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Parables of the Barrio (Vol 2, Nos 51-100)

By Flavier, Juan M. .

IIRR Book Project, Silong, Cavite Philippines, 1989. -----Not a common book to find in any case, but this particular copy is inscribed by Flavier on the title page in blue ink: "To Robert Ley Juan Flavier. " Juan Flavier was a country doctor for 30 years in the Philippines. As a result of his work he was eventually appointed President of the Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement, and later President of the International Institute of Rural reconstruction. In 1992 he was appointed Secretary of the Philippine Department of Health. Then he was elected Senator in 1995 and served two terms. He authored and sponsored numerous bills regarding public health, indigenous peoples rights, traditional medicine and a whole range of other health and social reform related acts. He published the stories of his life as a rural doctor in a weekly article for the Philippine Star. This is volume 2 of those stories. "His parables convey to his readers the message that the world is not ending, that hope springs eternal in the human heart. " (from "Juan M. Flavier, Man of the Barrios. " from rear cover. ) ----- Binding: Stiff glossy paper wraps, 116 pages, 5 x 6 7/8 inches [ 17. 5 cm ]. In very good condition. Tight, clean, solid. The only writing is an inscription of the author on the title page.

$20.00

Revue Anthropologique Organe de L'Institut International D'Anthropolgie, Volume 47, Issue 1-12

Emile Nourry, Paris, 1937. ----- Numerous illustrations. Pages: 342. 6 1/2" x 10”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles at spine; partially unopened pages. Loss of small pieces of wrap at spines, no. 1-3 rear wrap detached, occasional soiling at wrappers. Internally clean and tight.

$17.00

Evidence Afforded by the Boskop Skull of a New Species of Primitive Man (Homo Capensis). Contained in Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 23, Issue 2 pages 63-79.

By Broom, R.

The Trustees, New York, 1918. -----Boskop Man was once thought to be a unique and ancient hominid genus. The possible genus was based on a skull discovered in 1913. The skull of this hominid was 30 percent larger then the modern human skull. They lived in southern Africa probably between 30,000 and 10,000 years ago. The first Boskop skull was discovered in 1913 by Frederick FitzSimons; many related subsequent skulls were discovered by other prominent paleontologists of the time, including Robert Broom, Alexander Galloway, William Pycraft, Sidney Haughton, Raymond Dart, and others. ----- Black and white illustrations. 6 1/4" x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Some chipping, browning and loss of small pieces of the wrappers to the outer edges. Internally text pages are clean and tight.

$14.00

Visualised Numerals. Contained in The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 10, Issue 1 pages 85-97.

By Galton, Francis

The Institute, London, August 1880. -----2 plates, 2 text figures. Although listings for this volume show the publishing date to be 1881, the article was read at the March 9, 1880 meeting and this issue was published in August of 1880, following the Nature article of January 1880. Galton states "before concluding I would say a few words on the "Visualised Numerals" which I described first in Nature, Jan. 15, 1880, but very much more fully and advisedly in a memoir read before the Anthropological Institute in March, 1880, which will be published in its Transactions a few weeks later than the present memoir. It will contain not only my own memoir and numerous illustrations, but the remarks made on it at the meeting by gentlemen who had this curious habit of invariably associating numbers with definite forms of mental imagery," (Statistics of Mental Imagery, Francis Galton (1880), First published in Mind, 5, 301-318. ) Francis Galton was the Vice-President of the Anthropological Institute in the year 1880. A scare article we can only locate 1 library at OCLC that has the issue. ----- 8 plates. ( Also contains On the Central south African Tribes from the South Coast to the Zambesi by Emil Holub 5 plates, 3 text figures. pages 2-19. On Nicobarese Ideographs by V. Ball 1 plate. pages 103-108. ). Pages: 128. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2”. Binding: Light green wrappers with black titles at front and spine, unopened leaves. Loss of small pieces of wrap at spine ends, very light soil at front wrap, issue has begun to separate vertical at spine. Internally text leaves and plates clean.

$41.00

Some Shell-Heaps in Nova Scotia Department of Mines, Bulletin No. 47, 9 Series

By Smith, H. I. and W. J. Wintemberg.

F. A. Acland, Ottawa, 1929. ----- Several full page black and white illustrations. Pages: 193. 6 1/2" x 9 3/4”. Binding: Tan wrappers with black titles at front and spine. An almost fine copy.

$14.00

Hard Palate in Normal and Feeble-Minded Individuals. Contained in Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 1, Issue 5 pages 283-349.

By Channing, Walter and 1908Clark Wissler

The Trustees, New York, 1908. ----- 9 full-page black and white, numerous in-text illustrations. 6 1/4" x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original light gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Generally some chipping, nicking and faint browning at outer wrapper edges.

$14.00

National Museum of Canada Bulletin No. 162 Contributions to Anthropology 1957, 45 Series

Queen's Printers, Ottawa, 1960. ----- Several full-page black and white illustrations. Pages: 203. 6 1/2" x 9 3/4”. Binding: Tan wrappers with black titles at front and spine. Some rubbing at spine ends, small bump at head. Otherwise clean and tight.

$14.00

Revue Anthropologique Organe de L'Institut International D'Anthropolgie, Volume 41, Issue 10-12

Emile Nourry, Paris, Oct. -Dec. 1931. ----- Several illustrations. Pages: 300-579. 6 1/2" x 10”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles at front and spine; partially unopened pages. Loss of small pieces of wrap at spine, rear wrap partially detached, 1" closed tear at upper front edge. Internally clean and tight.

$14.00

Primates Collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition. Contained in Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 1922-1925, Volume 47 pages 283-497.

By Allen, J. A.

The Trustees, New York, 1922-1925. ----- 71 in-text figures, 2 maps 167 plates, a few color plates. ( Also contains American Museum Congo Expedition Collection of Insectivora by J. A. Allen pages 1-38. Sciuridae, Anomaluridae, and Idiuridae collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition by J. A. Allen pages 39-71. Carnivora collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition by J. A. Allen Pages 73-281. ). 6 3/8" x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Some wear at extremities, 1 1/2" front edge of rear wrapper missing. Light browning at outer edge of wrappers. Interior is clean and tight, unopened.

$26.00

History of Philippine Civilization as Reflected in Religious Nomenclature. Contained in Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 19, Issue 2 pages 35-67.

By Kroeber, A. L.

The Trustees, New York, 1918. ----- 6 3/8" x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Good condition except wraps are worn with some chipping and partly detached, moderate browning to edges. Interior is near fine and unopened.

$11.00

American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Volume 49, Issue 1-4

Wistar Institute, Philadelphia, July-Dec. 1978. ----- Several plates and in-text illustrations. Pages: 553. 6 3/4" x 10”. Binding: Brown and blue wrappers with black titles at front and spine. Occasional soiling at wrappers, light rubbing at extremites. Stamp of Department of Anatomy University of Michigan at front wrappers. Internally clean and tight.

$14.00

Kinship in the Philippines. Contained in Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 19, Issue 3 pages 69-84.

By Kroeber, A. L.

The Trustees, New York, 1919. ----- 6 3/8" x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Some wear at extremities, light browning. Interior is fine and unopened.

$14.00

National Museum of Canada Bulletin No. 109 The Middleport Prehistoric Village Site, Mines and Geology Branch, 27 Series

Edmond Cloutier, Ottawa, 1948. ----- Black and white illustrations. Pages: 79. 6 1/2" x 9 3/4”. Binding: Tan wrappers with black titles at front and spine. An almost fine copy.

$14.00

Dentition of Dryopithecus and the Origin of Man. Contained in Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 28, Issue 1 pages 1-123.

By Gregory, William K.

The Trustees, New York, 1926. ----- 25 black and white illustrations. 6 1/4" x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Generally faint browning, nicking and some chipping at outer extremities of wrappers

$14.00

American Museum Congo Expedition Collection of Insectivora. Contained in Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 1922-1925, Volume 47 pages 1-38.

By Allen, J. A.

The Trustees, New York, 1922-1925. ----- 71 in-text figures, 2 maps 167 plates, a few color plates. ( Also contains Sciuridae, Anomaluridae, and Idiuridae collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition by J. A. Allen. pages 39-71. Carnivora collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition by J. A. Allen. pages 73-281. Primates Collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition by J. A. Allen. pages 283-497. ). 6 3/8" x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Some wear at extremities, 1 1/2" front edge of rear wrapper missing. Light browning at outer edge of wrappers. Interior is clean and tight, unopened.

$26.00

Revue Anthropologique Fondee par Abel Hovelacque, Volume 46, Issue 1-9

Emile Nourry, Paris, January-September 1936. -----Nine issues bound in three. ----- Several full page plates. Pages: 275. 10" x 6 1/2”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles at front and spine. Occasional slight soiling at wrappers, all issues lacking small pieces of spine end, occasional chipping at outer edges of wrappers. Internally clean and tight in wrappers.

$15.00

On Nicobarese Ideographs. Contained in The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 10, Issue 1 pages 103-108.

By Ball, V.

The Institute, London, August 1880. -----1 plate. ----- 8 plates. ( Also contains On the Central south African Tribes from the South Coast to the Zambesi by Emil Holub 5 plates, 3 text figures. pages 2-19. by Francis Galton 2 plates, 2 text figures. Although listings for this volume show the publishing date to be 1881, the article was read at the March 9, 1880 meeting and this issue was published in August of 1880, following the Nature article of January 1880. Galton states "before concluding I would say a few words on the "Visualised Numerals" which I described first in Nature, Jan. 15, 1880, but very much more fully and advisedly in a memoir read before the Anthropological Institute in March, 1880, which will be published in its Transactions a few weeks later than the present memoir. It will contain not only my own memoir and numerous illustrations, but the remarks made on it at the meeting by gentlemen who had this curious habit of invariably associating numbers with definite forms of mental imagery," (Statistics of Mental Imagery, Francis Galton (1880), First published in Mind, 5, 301-318. ) Francis Galton was the Vice-President of the Anthropological Institute in the year 1880. A scare article we can only locate 1 library at OCLC that has the issue. pages ). Pages: 128. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2”. Binding: Light green wrappers with black titles at front and spine, unopened leaves. Loss of small pieces of wrap at spine ends, very light soil at front wrap, issue has begun to separate vertical at spine. Internally text leaves and plates clean.

$41.00

Correction for Artificial Deformation of Skulls. Contained in Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 30, Issue 1 pages 1-38.

By Shapiro, H. L.

The Trustees, New York, 1928. ----- 6 1/4' x 9 1/2”. Binding: Original gray wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Some faint browning to outer edges of wrappers and interior margin of pages.

$14.00

Proceedings of the Second Pan American Scientific Congress Washington, U. S. A. Volume 1-11

Government Printing Office, Washington, Dec. 1915- Jan. 1916. -----Volume I-Anthroplogy, Vol. II-Astronomy, Meteorology, and Seismology; Vol. III-Conversation of Natural Resources, Agriculture, Irrigation, and Forestry; Vol. IV-Education, part 1; Vol. V-Education, part 2; Vol. VI-Engineering; Vol. VII-International Law, Public Law, and Jurisprudence; Vol. VIII-Mining, Metallurgy, Economic Geology, and Applied Chemistry; Vol. IX-Public Health and Medical Science, part 1; Vol. X-Public Health and Medical Science, part 2; Vol. XI-Transportation, Commerce, Finance, and Taxation. Also includes Final Act and Interpretative Commentary Thereon. ----- Black and white illustrations. In-text, full page, fold-out 6 1/4" x 9 1/4”. Binding: Gilt titles on spine on red textured cloth. Some slight fading to outer extreme edges and scattered soil marks on boards. Otherwise tight, interior clean.

$195.00

Le Jubile scientifique du Professeur Comte Begouen. Contained in Revue Anthropologique Organe de L'Institut International D'Anthropologie, Volume 48, Issue 1-12 pages 324-330.

By Boursiac, Louis G.

Librairie Emile Nourry, Paris, 1938. -----With article one full page plate. -----Complete year of 4 issues. ----- In-text, and full page illustrations. Pages: 337. 6 1/2" x 10”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles and design at front. Partial loss of spine wraps, browning at wrapper edges, some nicking and chipping at extremites. Internally clean and tight.

$14.00

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