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African Challenge : The Story of the British in Tropical Africa
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African Challenge : The Story of the British in Tropical Africa

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New York: British Information Services, 1945. First printing. Paperback. Good. African Challenge: The Story of the British in Tropical Africa, New York, British Information Services, 1945, First printing. Green paper covers with bw illustrations, 64 pp, bw illustrations and maps. Exploration, slavery, British involvement and colonization, and future improvements. Good: corners bumped, lightly tanned, no markings. printed in USA
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African Victory with the British Forces from el Alamein to Cape Bon
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African Victory with the British Forces from el Alamein to Cape Bon

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New York: British Information Services. Paperback. Fair. African Victory with the British Forces from el Alamein to Cape Bon, New York, British Information Services [1943-1944]. Stapled red paper covers with bw photos, 64 pp counting covers, bw photos and history of expulsion of Axis forces from northern Africa, 1942-1943 in World War II. Fair: staples rusting, worn and dog-eared, large rip in rear cover with partial loss, no po markings. printed in Great Britain
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Archive of postcards and letters, Randolph County, North Carolina

by Edwards, Beeson

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Good. Edwards, Beeson, et al. Archive of postcards and letters. Forty items, mostly postcards, dated 1895 to 1950s, sent to and from families in Glenola — an unincorporated area in Randolph County, North Carolina (currently in the High Point postal area). This area is rich in Quaker history; a couple of the writers use “thy” language and one card is addressed to Westtown, Penn., which has a Quaker school. Items in Good condition with edges worn (envelopes torn open) and some foxing. Letters and cards comprise family and work news (farming, mechanic, and hospital jobs), post-school (young adult) gossip (1942), birthday and holiday greetings, and travel. Picture postcards include Aberdeen (A&R depot), Asheboro (courthouse), Greensboro, Goldsboro, Lenoir, High Point, Raleigh, and Vernon in North Carolina; Beach Haven in N.J., Lake City in S.C., and Washington, D.C. A detailed list is available. 1895. Letter from J.S. Ridge, Science, NC to Mr. H.H. Beeson of New Market, NC (family and farming news),… Read More
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Children of Light - Blueprints 1964-1965, Vol 21 and Program Calendar (USFW) 1964-1965

Children of Light - Blueprints 1964-1965, Vol 21 and Program Calendar (USFW) 1964-1965

by United Society of Friends Women

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Greensboro: United Society of Friends Women, 1964. First edition. Paperback. Good. Mary Edith Hinshaw. United Society of Friends Women, Children of Light - Blueprints 1964-1965, Vol 21 and Program Calendar 1964-1965, Greensboro, N.C., ca 1964. Both booklets have gray stapled paper covers with illustration of Quaker women on front by Mary Edith Hinshaw. Blueprints is trade pb (8vo), 84 pp. Articles include "Indians Yesterday and Today" with transitional times of tribes being "freed" by government reservation control but land being sold, and Quaker involvement in Oklahoma; "Spanish Americans in the USA," "Ramallah - 75 Years Ago and Now," "Tea Time in Kaimosi" [Africa], and more. Good: covers scuffed and tanned especially spine, minor pencil markings. The program calendar is 12mo, 24 pp. Good: Heavily annotated including the names of the women on the cover, lightly scuffed.
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Great Private Collections with ephemera

by Cooper, Douglas and Kenneth Clark

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Macmillan, 1963. Hardcover. Good/fair. [Edited by Douglas Cooper, Introduction by Kenneth Clark, Great Private Collections, Macmillan, copyright 1963. Antiquities, furnishings and art collections of 26 collectors around the western world, from Italian armour to fine book bindings. The 5-7 ephemeral items laid in give clues to the disposition of some collections after publication, 1967-1976. Articles include a pre-auction article on the Gershenson Collection, Detroit Free Press, 1972 (by Lilian Jackson Braun); an exhibition of Umberto Boccioni’s art, Detroit Free Press, 1967; an article on Christie’s and Sotheby’s auctions with price of “The Beggars’ Brawl” and other items, World, 1973; two copies (one stapled) of article on collector Lydia Winston Malbin moving her modern art collection from Detroit, Detroit Free Press, 1974; two postcards of Ruth Lines art (with bleedthrough from newspapers); article on the Post mansion with “the greatest private collection of Imperial Russian decorative… Read More
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High Point Daily News - first two issues

by Various

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High Point, N.C.: A.G. Whitener, 1963. First edition. Good. High Point Daily News, High Point, N.C., A.G. Whitener, First two issues, 25 July and 1 August 1963. Broadside - width 16 in. (41 cm), 16 pp. First issue claims "A New Viewpoint," news of the "average citizen" as opposed to propaganda for the wealthy; front page features a photo of the new offset printing press. Issue no. 2 also 16 pp. Good: lightly tanned especially edges, no. 2 has tiny tears on the folded edge.
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If We Walk in the Light - Blueprints 1963-1964, Vol 20 and Program Calendar (USFW) 1963-1964

If We Walk in the Light - Blueprints 1963-1964, Vol 20 and Program Calendar (USFW) 1963-1964

by United Society of Friends Women

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Greensboro: United Society of Friends Women, 1963. First edition. Paperback. Good. Mary Edith Hinshaw. United Society of Friends Women, If We Walk in the Light - Blueprints 1963-1964, Vol 20 and Program Calendar 1963-1964, Greensboro, N.C., ca 1963. Both booklets have white stapled paper covers with blue silhouette of children on front. Blueprints is trade pb (8vo), 88 pp. Article topics include Jamaica, "Women of Kenya" [Africa], alcohol, "Friends in Central America" about Guatemala and Honduras, and more; illustrations by Mary Edith Hinshaw. Good: covers scuffed and tanned especially spine, writing on top of front cover, yellowed taped with devotional insert on p 53 with bleedthrough on neighboring pp. The program calendar is 12mo, 24 pp. Very Good: small spot and scuffs on cover, crisp, no markings.
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Photo print of Leonard Nimoy at desk

Photo print of Leonard Nimoy at desk

by Teresa Victor

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Very Good. Rare print of Leonard Nimoy, photo by his long-time personal assistant Teresa Victor. BW print on cardstock, 10 x 12 inches. Very Good: Lightly tanned and scuffed, old crease across bottom.
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Pilgrim's Process

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Airlines War Training Institute, U.S. Army Air Forces. Paperback. Good. Pilgrim's Process, A Handbook to Guide Passengers of the Air Transport Command, Airlines War Training Institute, for the Service Division, Supply and Service, U.S. Army Air Forces [ca. 1943-44]. Stapled orange paper covers with blue and red design, 18mo (13 cm), [iv] 40 pp. Practical advice and cartoons on topics such as immunization, personal affairs and packing lists. Good: bumped and lightly creased, small smudge on and inside front cover, no po markings. Scarce
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The Quakers: A Brief Account of Their Influence on Pennsylvania - with postcards
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The Quakers: A Brief Account of Their Influence on Pennsylvania - with postcards

by William Wistar Comfort

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The Pennsylvania Historical Association, ca 1961. Reprint. Paperback. Very Good. Comfort, William Wistar, The Quakers, A Brief Account of Their Influence on Pennsylvania, Gettysburg, The Pennsylvania Historical Association, copyright 1948 [ca 1961] with postcards. Stapled white paper covers with color illustration of Pennsbury Manor on front, 8vo, iv, 66 pp with bibliography, bw photos and illustrations. Collection of 14 unused postcards and two slides laid in: Pennsylvania/Quaker landmarks including Stenton Mansion, Stagecoach Tavern, Burges-Lippincott House (1780), and Pennsbury Manor. Book is Very Good: light scuffing on covers with corner crease, staples rusting, no markings. Two Pennsbury Manor cards have sticking damage (one is a duplicate). Combined with 2161.
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Saw mill ledger book 1928-1930

by Andrews

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Leather_bound. Fair. Standard Columnar Book No. 25, half red leather over textured black boards, horizontal folio, 12x15 inches (38x32 cm), numbered as facing pages 1-152 (leaves). The book is filled with accounts from March 1928 through December 1930, with extra page for December 1930 laid in. Many names and companies are listed. No ownership information, but purchased at the Trinity, North Carolina estate of a man whose father-in-law [Marvin V. Andrews, 1930 U.S. Census] owned a lumber mill. Names are consistent with local residents. Fair: covers dirty and worn with leather peeling off and spine missing, pages good, light bumping and tanning around edges. Extra shipping: 7 lbs
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Star Trek - fan archive

by Davies

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Good. Memorabilia of a Star Trek fan and collector, mostly The Original Series (TOS). The highlight of this collection is candid snapshots of stars from Star Trek conventions, many with years and cities or name of convention labeled on the back. Book David Woodroffe, Make A Model: Starship Enterprise, New York, Chatham River Press, 1990 [The Next Generation – TNG]. Very Good. Clippings Three news clippings, 1985-1990. Photos and artwork from magazines and calendars (TOS, TNG), two have bug-damaged edges. Letters Letter dated 20 June 1977, with 19 film clips from Impulse with William Shatner. Typed letter from fellow sci-fi fan dated 1982. Typed letter from Bill Kraft, advocate for the Star Trek stamp, dated 1990. Manuscripts and Art Two original drawings of Kirk and laughing Spock, undated, by MSS or MFF. Thin cream-colored paper, 7x10 inches. Kirk has very light creasing and light smudge at bottom; both have light red pressed marks on rear top edge. Vivian Bedene, mimeograph or photocopy of a… Read More
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The Zenith 1927 (High Point College) Volume One with letter
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The Zenith 1927 (High Point College) Volume One with letter

by Charles Robbins

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High Point, NC: High Point College, 1927. First printing. Loose_leaf. Very Good. The Zenith 1927, Volume One, High Point, N.C., The Students of High Point College; with letter. Black textured cloth hardcover with blind-stamped design and border and embossed title in silver block, 4to (27cm), silver floral design on shimmery purple endpapers, 140 pp with ads, ornate mauve borders on title and highlighted pages, many bw photos. Charles Robbins (listed under Freshmen and Specials) signed the owner page and inscriptions in the ad section are addressed to him. A letter that marks intriguing and sad episodes in his life is laid in, postmarked Chicago, June 20, 1929 (a few months before the official start of the Great Depression). Dear Charlie Mitchell died in an accident. Charlie Brooks, Strick and myself going down right away. Will let you know the particulars from Decatur Frank P.S. Sorry to hear of your dads misfortune. Charles is also very sorry and said some awful nice things about him when I told… Read More
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