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The Sixth National Eucharistic Congress. Omaha, Nebraska September 23-25, 1930

By Joseph Schrembs (Preface). Bishop Joseph Rummel (Bishop of Omaha)

New York: The Sentinel Press, 1931. First Edition . Cloth. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 240pp. Inscribed by Bishop Joseph Rummel, Bishop of Omaha. Inscription dated July 14th, 1931. Another ink-inscription to front free endpaper. A few minor pencil notes here and there, otherwise text clean. Mild browning to paper with light soiling to edges. Hinge cracked, though all leaves remain firmly in place and binding is sound. General light wear to cloth and tolerable sunning to same, with a touch of soiling to exterior. Remains an attractive, sound copy


The Founding of Cuddesdon

By Chadwick, Owen

Oxford: Printed by Charles Batey at the University Press, 1954. First Edition . Cloth. Good-/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. xii, 162pp. INSCRIBED BY OWEN CHADWICK THUS: DOMINUS TECUM OWEN CHADWICK. Owen Chadwick himself attended Cuddesdon. Cloth is rubbed and volume a little cocked, and, a few tiny tears to cloth. Light soiling to cloth. Hinge mildly cracked at half-title. Mild foxing. Light soiling, especially to edges of pages. However, text clean and binding sound


Digest of Church Law on Sacred Music

By Mytych, Joseph F.

Toledo, Ohio: Gregorian Institute of America, 1959. Soft cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. viii, 64pp. Bound in original wrappers. Several minor bumps to extremities, with some general light wear and a touch of soiling to covers, and a name in ink to front cover. Inscribed by author on title-page and a name ink-stamped to same; else, text clean. Binding sound. Remains a good, clean, sound, user friendly copy


Gens De France Au Labeur

By des Gachons, Jacques

Paris: Beaux Livres, 1925. Hardcover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 158pp. Inscribed by author to John Warner Grigg Dunn, father of historian James Taylor Dunn, from whose library this volume came. Blind stamp to front free endpaper. Back hinge partially cracked, though all leaves remain firmly in place. Several small bumps to extremities, with several wear spots/small tears to paper over boards. Text clean. Remains an attractive copy


The Cultural and Aesthetic Objective in Elementary School Singing: The Ward Method Exemplified by Comparison

By Sister Anna de Paul Quigley

Rochester, New York: Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, 1945. First Edition . Cloth. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. xiii, 124pp. Small bump to lower corner of front board and some general light to medium wear to cloth. A hint of soiling to edges of pages. Lovely author inscription to front free endpaper, and a previous owner's name ink-stamped to same. Several other ink-stamps to interior. Notes to front printer's blank, else, text clean. Binding sound. A good, sound, user friendly copy


Everything Unnecessary You'll Ever Need to Know

By Barron, Bruce

New York: Vantage Press, 1997. First Edition . Soft cover. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. x, 111pp. Inscribed by author to front free endpaper. A few very minor dings and light wear to extremities of volume. Text clean and binding sound. A nice, clean, sound copy


Voyaging Southward from the Strait of Magellan

By Kent, Rockwell

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons The Knickerbocker Press, 1924. Cloth. Fair. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Rockwell Kent. (II) blank leaves, xv, (i) blank, 184pp., (II) blank leaves. Bound in original tan cloth, with black lettering to spine and black lettering and decorations to front cover. Inscribed by Kent to front free endpaper (in black and blue ink) thus: "To W. D. McDonald by his friend Rockwell Kent", with McDonald's book label to front paste-down. Lettering and illustration remain clear and bright. Covers admit to some wear, including a number of small bumps and worn through areas at extremities, including chipping to tail of spine. Light soiling to exterior, with a few small, faint stains to cloth. Hinges are cracked, though all leaves remain nicely in place. Mild soiling to a few leaves, though this is not offensive. Four leaves admit to short tears at extremities. Despite wear, remains a a fairly attractive copy