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Du Bay: son-in-Law of Oshkosh [Krug's Americana Series]

By Merton E Krug

Appleton, Wisconsin: C.C. Nelson, 1946. First Edition. Original cloth. Near fine. A near fine first edition, signed by the author. Some dust stains to top edge. No DJ. 335 pp. Octavo. John Baptiste DuBay (July 10, 1810 – January 11, 1887) was a pioneer fur trader throughout the upper Midwest, primarily in Wisconsin. He was very successful in several of his endeavors. However, in 1857 he was accused of the murder of a mill owner in Portage, Wisconsin. Despite two mistrials and an aborted third trial he was not convicted. Nevertheless, the experience left him financially ruined.

$25.00

Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Memorial Address

By Hon. John Gilbert Winant

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1948. First Edition. Original cloth. Very good. A very good first edition signed by Congressman Glenn Robert Davis of Wisconsin. Black cloth boards, gilt title stamping. Fraying at front hinge and top of spine. Mildly cocked. Inscription from Congressman Davis and previous owner's name on first free endpaper. Tissue guard intact with frontis of FDR. 84 pp. 6 x 9.5 inches tall.

$25.00

Grisly Grisell; or, The Laidly Lady of Whitburn. A tale of the Wars of the Roses.

By Charlotte M. Yonge

New York: Macmillan, 1893. 1st Edition. Original cloth. Very good. A very good first edition in one volume. Blue cloth boards with gilt title-stamping. Shelf wear to head and tail of spine.Stain to front cover plus waterstain at base of book. Bookplate and missing label on front pastedown. Previous owner's signature from 1897 on first free endpaper. Book is cocked. 300 pp. plus catalogue [4pp.]. 5 x 8 inches tall.

$50.00

Firestarter

By Stephen King

New York: Viking Press, 1980. Book Club. 1/4 cloth. Near Fine/very good +. Near fine 1980 contemporary Book Club Edition in black paper boards with quarter cloth spine in brown leatherette. Black and gold stamping on spine. In a very good+ dust jacket with minor 2mm closed tears at spine's head and tail. Dust jacket now protected in a clear, removable, archival cover. Page 370 reads "K39". DJ reads "3992" on back panel. 371 pp. Octavo, 5 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches tall.

$37.00

Memoirs of Service Afloat During the War Between the States
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Memoirs of Service Afloat During the War Between the States

By Raphael Semmes

Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Co, 1869. First American Edition, 1st Printing. Leather bound. Very good. Allan C. Redwood. A very good first American edition [Howes S-286].professionally conserved by Book Binders, Inc. of Sarasoota, FL (small label on rear pastedown). Rebacked, retaining the original black leather (with gilt stamping) spine and boards.Heavy rubbing to board edges and corners from shelf wear. Textblock tight and square.Mild foxing throughout, not affecting text. New, cream, textured endpapers. All maps and illustrations present, including 6 chromo-lithographs.833 pp. Octavo, 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches tall (textblock). Semmes, a lawyer as well as a seaman, was commander of the illustrious Confederate raider, the Alabama, and Weaver says his memoir is 'one of the really fascinating narratives in the history of adventure.' Besides being 'seven hundred pages of colorful incident and description,' the Semmes memoir is also a 'remarkably skilled' polemic that reviews in succession 'the nature of the American compact, the early formative stages of the nation, and finally… the question of slavery as it affected secession.'" --- John Chamberlain, quoting Richard Weaver (of U of Chicago)

$225.00

Reproduction of Thompson and West's History of Sacramento County California With Illustrations With Introduction By Allan R. Ottley With Illustrations of Its Scenery, Residences, Public Buildings, Fine Blocks, and Manufactories
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Reproduction of Thompson and West's History of Sacramento County California With Illustrations With Introduction By Allan R. Ottley With Illustrations of Its Scenery, Residences, Public Buildings, Fine Blocks, and Manufactories

By George F. Wright; Allan R. Ottley (Introduction)

Berkeley: Howell-North Books, 1960. Facsimile. Cloth. Fine/missing. A fine facsimile of Thompson & West's 1880 edition. Black cloth with bright gilt title stamping on cover and spine. Binding is sturdy and square. Gift inscription on front pastedown. Pristine color foldout map of Sacramento County. Missing dust jacket. Long folio, 14 x 11 inches tall.

$90.00

Conquistadors Without Swords: Archaeologists in the Americas, an account with original narratives
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Conquistadors Without Swords: Archaeologists in the Americas, an account with original narratives

By Leo Deuel

New York: St. Martin's Press, 1967. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/fine. A near fine first edition, first printing, as stated, in a fine dust jacket. Rust-color cloth boards with gold title stamping and glyph on spine. Minor soiling to bottom edge (1/16" at corner).Illustrated with 43 plates, 142 figures and 30 maps. 45 pp. bibliography. 647 pp. including index. Octavo.

$18.00

Black Man of the Nile
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Black Man of the Nile

By Yosef ben-Jochannan

New York: Alkebu-Lan Books, 1970. First Edition. Wraps. Very good. First edition ("students and researchers edition"). Very good. Original wraps. Previous owner's information inked onto first page. Mild rubbing and soil to covers, dog ear fold back cover. 254pp. Octavo. Yosef Alfredo Antonio Ben-Jochannan December 31, 1918 – March 19, 2015), referred to by his admirers as "Dr. Ben", was an African American writer and historian. He was considered to be one of the more prominent Afrocentric scholars by some Black Nationalists

$95.00

The Acme Novelty Library: Great Big Book of Jokes. Vol. VII,  Issue VII
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The Acme Novelty Library: Great Big Book of Jokes. Vol. VII, Issue VII

By Franklin Christenson ('Chris') Ware

Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2001. First Edition. Oversized paperback. Near fine/none as issued. Chris Ware. Near fine with mild bump tp bottom right corner. Contents: Joke Book II, Rocket Sam, Tales From The Future, Quimby the Mouse, Rusty Brown. "Acme Novelty Library is a comic book series created by Chicago cartoonist Chris Ware. Its first issue appeared in 1993. Published from 1994 by Fantagraphics Books and later self-published, it is considered a significant work in alternative comics, selling over 20,000 copies per issue. Issues are imbued with the defining characteristics of Ware's work; a pervasive sadness and nihilism permeate tales of disappointment, thwarted affection, and the dehumanization of the individual in a modern and mechanized world.Through the use of apparently extraneous novelties, such as cut-outs and flip-books, and prose parodies set in tiny fonts, Ware blurs the boundaries between author/reader/character. These interventions offer complex and simultaneous multilinear readings of the page that serve to thematise Ware's engagement with issues of narrative and continuity" - wikipedia

$50.00

The Acme Novelty Library: Great Big Book of Jokes. Vol. VII,  Issue VII
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The Acme Novelty Library: Great Big Book of Jokes. Vol. VII, Issue VII

By Franklin Christenson ('Chris') Ware

Seattle: Fantagraphics, 1996. Stated Second Printing. Oversized paperback. Fine/none as issued. Chris Ware. A fine second printing with no flaws. Contents: Joke Book, Big Tex, Rocket Sam. "Acme Novelty Library is a comic book series created by Chicago cartoonist Chris Ware. Its first issue appeared in 1993. Published from 1994 by Fantagraphics Books and later self-published, it is considered a significant work in alternative comics, selling over 20,000 copies per issue. Issues are imbued with the defining characteristics of Ware's work; a pervasive sadness and nihilism permeate tales of disappointment, thwarted affection, and the dehumanization of the individual in a modern and mechanized world.Through the use of apparently extraneous novelties, such as cut-outs and flip-books, and prose parodies set in tiny fonts, Ware blurs the boundaries between author/reader/character. These interventions offer complex and simultaneous multilinear readings of the page that serve to thematise Ware's engagement with issues of narrative and continuity" - wikipedia

$75.00

By Line: Ernest Hemingway
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By Line: Ernest Hemingway

By Ernest Hemingway; William White, ed.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1967. First Edition. Cloth. Very good +/good +. A very good plus first edition in a good plus dust jacket. Red cloth boards with facsimile signature. Mild shelfwear at head of spine. Multiple closed tears (one at 2.5") and creases on dust jacket at top and bottom edges Small dampstain to front of jacket. See photos. Dust jacket now protected in a clear, removable, archival cover. xiv, 489 pp. including index. Octavo. Spanning the years from 1920 to 1956, this priceless collection of pieces written by Hemingway ranges from articles for the "Toronto Star" and the Hearst newspapers to popular magazines such as "Esquire", "Collier's" and "Look", and includes Hemingway's vivid eyewitness accounts of the Spanish Civil War and World War II.

$45.00

The Selkie
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The Selkie

By Charles Sheffield; David Bischoff

New York: Macmillan, 1982. First Edition, First Printing. 1/4 cloth. Fine/very good. A fine first edition, first printing in a very good dust jacket. Black quarter cloth over cobalt blue paper boards. Binding is sturdy and square. Text clean and bright. Dust jacket has several small tears with minor loss. Dust jacket now protected in a clear, removable, archival cover. 375 pp. Octavo. A young American couple having marriage difficulties come to the coast of northern Scotland to work on the development of nuclear power in the area and discover the Selkies, a horrifying race of mutants living in nearby sea caves." "Author and scientist Charles Sheffield was born in Hull, England on June 25, 1935. He was the chief scientist of Earth Satellite Corporation and while there, wrote numerous technical papers and two non-fiction books entitled Earth Watch and Man on Earth. He won numerous awards for his science fiction works..." Google Books

$15.00

Myths and legends beyond our borders
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Myths and legends beyond our borders

By Charles M Skinner

Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1899. First Edition. Cloth. Very good/none as issued. A very good first edition as registered with the Library of Congress in 1898. 1899 on title page, copyright 1898 on verso. Mustard yellow buckram, as issued, with green motif border and gilt stamping. Binding is sturdy, square and tight. Spine and edges darkened. Cloth worn on rear board. Top edge gilt. Other page edges deckled and showing some wear. Some pages unopened. Previous owner's name inscribed on first free endpaper. Frontis. and 3 b/w plates. 319 pp. Twelvemo.

$35.00

Electricity and the Electric Telegraph. [In two volumes]
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Electricity and the Electric Telegraph. [In two volumes]

By George B. Prescott

New York: Appleton and Company, 1885, 1888. Later printings. Cloth. Very good/none as issued. Mixed set with continuous pagination in publishers original brown cloth. In 2 volumes. Vol. I: xii, [5] -602, [i]-iii, [3] pages. Vol. 2: viii, [603] -1120, [9-tables] , [I-blank], [i]-ii pages . 8vo. Original brown publisher's cloth with uniform spine designs but different decorations in blind. With several old institutional stamps on the title page and the Dibner Institute stamp on the front pastedown endpapers (properly withdrawn). Wear and bumping to the corners. Wear to head and tail of both spines. Binding sound with one signature a bit proud in volume 1. Both volumes are copyrighted 1884, but Vol. l (a gift of Bern Dibner) is the 7th edition dated 1888 and Vol. 2 (a gift of IBM) is the sixth edition dated 1885. Ad for Prescott’s latest works in back matter, including “Bell’s Electric Speaking Telephone.” Very Good. See Sterling and Shiers History of Telecommunications Technology, An Annotated Bibliography, **6-059 (which notes the 1877, 1881, and 1885 editions) . Wheeler Gift Catalogue, I, 2045 (referencing 1877 first edition) "Comprehensive, descriptive treatise," Cyclopaedia of American Biography V/108. A continuation of Prescott's well regarded "History, Theory, and Practice of the Electric Telegraph" (first published in 1860, and with several editions through 1866). "Electricity and the Electric Telegraph spends "the first 280 pages or so on electricity in general, while the rest focuses on the telegraph." It went through many editions, with 1877 being the first. George Bartlett Prescott was well positioned to write such a book. He was a manager of telegraph offices from 1847-1858, then Superintendent of the American and in 1866 of the Western Union telegraph companies' lines, and in 1869 electrician of the Western Union telegraph company. He was also electrician of the International Ocean Telegraph Company from 1873 to 1880, and later travelled overseas to review the technologies being used there. He later rose to executive and board positions in several companies including the Bell telephone company of Philadelphia. He also had several related patents, and wrote numerous articles for the technical press as well as several books." --- Kuenzig Books

$350.00

Serious Questions: An ABC of Skeptical Reflections
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Serious Questions: An ABC of Skeptical Reflections

By Erwin Chargaff

Boston: Birkhäuser, 1986. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Fine/fine. A fine first edition, first printing in a fine dust jacket. As new. Dust jacket now protected in a clear, removable, archival cover. viii, 261 pp. Octavo, 5 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches tall. Erwin Chargaff (11 August 1905 – 20 June 2002) was an Austro-Hungarian biochemist that immigrated to the United States during the Nazi era and was a professor of biochemistry at Columbia University medical school. Through careful experimentation, Chargaff discovered two rules that helped lead to the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA. The first rule was that in DNA the number of guanine units is equal to the number of cytosine units, and the number of adenine units is equal to the number of thymine units. This hinted at the base pair makeup of DNA. The second rule was that the relative amounts of guanine, cytosine, adenine and thymine bases vary from one species to another. This hinted that DNA rather than protein could be the genetic material. -- wikipedia

$75.00

Newton on the Continent
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Newton on the Continent

By Henry Guerlac

Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1981. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/fine. A very near fine first edition in a fine dust jacket. Buckram boards. Blue endpepers with price sticker of FFE. Half title page has dog-ear fold. Binding is sturdy, square and tight. Text clean and bright.169 pp. including index. Octavo, 6 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches tall. Henry Edward Guerlac (1910-1982) graduated from Cornell University in 1932, received a master's degree in biochemistry from Cornell in 1933, and a doctorate in European history from Harvard University in 1941. Before joining the Cornell faculty in 1946, he taught at Harvard and the University of Wisconsin, and for three years was the historian for the Radiation Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1964, he was named Goldwin Smith Professor of the History of Science and in 1970 he became director of the Society for the Humanities at Cornell. Guerlac was awarded the George Sarton Medal by the History of Science Society in 1973, was named a Guggenheim Fellow in 1978, and in 1982 was named Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur by the French government. Guerlac's books include Science in Western Civilization, Newton on the Continent, and Lavoisier: The Crucial Year, for which he received the Pfizer Prize in 1959. At the time of his death Professor Guerlac was completing an annotated edition of Newton's Opticks, which was first published in 1704. --- Cornell University

$15.00

The Vital Force: A Study of Bioenergetics
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The Vital Force: A Study of Bioenergetics

By Franklin M. Harold

New York: W.H. Freeman & Company, 1986. First Edition, First Printing. Glossy pictorial cover. Fine/none as issued. A very near fine first edition, first printing. Glossy pictorial boards. Binding is tight, sturdy and square. Only flaw is the previous owner's name neatly stamped on half-title. Text is clean and bright. Illustrated throughout with drawings, photos, charts and graphs. xviii, 577 pp. including index. Octavo, 7 1/2 inches x 9 1/2 inches tall. As an undergraduate, I searched in vain for a book that would expand my knowledge of biochemistry without simultaneously diminishing my enthusiasm for the subject. Subsequently, such books have been written, Watson’s Molecular Biology of the Gene being an outstanding example. Harold’s book is the equivalent for those interested in any aspect of bioenergetics. He points out that “bioenergetics has recently attained a degree of integration comparable to that of molecular genetics”, and that “the principle of energy coupling by ion currents, given a clear and general expression in Mitchell’s chemiosmotic hypothesis, together with the Huxleys’ slidingfilament model of muscle contraction, has provided the possibility of giving a reasonably coherent account of how cells generate useful energy and perform work”. “That is the object of this book” which is “chiefly addressed to students and researchers in biochemistry, physiology, microbiology and cell biology who seek the wider perspective on their particular subject that may come from an appreciation of biological energetics”. I consider that this book has achieved its object. It has done so by way of its content, structure, excellent quality of illustration and, most of all, by the clarity of thought and presentation of its author. On the whole, explanations of experiments and ideas are given more comprehensive treatment than is possible in general textbooks or learned reviews and it is unlikely that a student will need to go elsewhere for a fuller explanation; it is all here, written in a stimulating, lucid style. One (small) exception is the experimental evidence for the Qcycle, where Harold says that “one can intuitively work out how the configuration of a Q-cycle explains the peculiar redox interplay between cytochrome cl and b-566”. Intuition, however, comes from experience of related phenomena (and experiments) and is not a reliable guide when trying to understand bioenergetics and, on the whole, Harold provides a superb text to help us in avoiding it. The lists of references (with titles) at the end of each chapter are excellent, but there is no contents list, which, together with the limited index makes the book inconvenient for rapid reference. A more important flaw is the lack of information about structures. Other texts must be consulted to find the structure of ATP, NAD, FAD, haem, ferredoxin, phospholipids, proteins, etc. There is no doubt that many of the remaining questions of bioenergetics await, for their answer, a better understanding of the relationship between structure and function of the electron transport and proton-translocating proteins. It would be a pity if such matters were to be disclaimed as irrelevant by those whose enthusiasm for bioenergetics is stimulated by this book. ... --- Chris Anthony, FEBS Letters 1987

$40.00

The Professor, the Institute, and DNA: Oswald T. Avery, His Life and Scientific Achievements
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The Professor, the Institute, and DNA: Oswald T. Avery, His Life and Scientific Achievements

By René Dubos

New York: The Rockefeller University Press, 1978. Second Printing. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. About fine second printing in a fine dust jacket. Blue cloth boards with silver foil facsimile signature on front cover and silver foil titling on spine. Binding is sturdy, square and tight. Previous owner's name double stamped on first free end paper, otherwise as new. Text clean and bright. Unclipped, original dust jacket is about fine with mild shelfwear, no tears or chips. 238 pp. including index. Octavo 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches tall. Oswald Theodore Avery is little known outside of the scientific community. Yet, this extraordinary man, here brought vividly to life by a perceptive friend and sophisticated scientific colleague, was a monumental force in the development of medical research in the United States. Even among scientists, Avery is known chiefly as the senior author of a paper published in 1944 that identified DNA as the purveyor of genetic information. Two things make this highly personalized biography a landmark volume. First, its technical chapters clarify the philosophical concepts that lie behind today's understanding of the immunology of bacterial infection. Second, not a single existing textbook has ever described the laborious methods by which the men in Avery's laboratory discovered the genetic import of DNA. This is the story of a man and a place that were uniquely suited to each other—O.T. Avery and The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research. It is also the story of a charming, forceful, and enigmatic personality—a man whose character imposed a lasting influence on his associates and on the direction of scientific investigation throughout the world. And, like any good narrative, the story has its heroes and its villains, its disappointments and its triumphs. Only a person with the expertise, insight, and sensitivity of a René Dubos could have combined the science, the times, and the man with such penetration". -- Dust jacket

$15.00

From Retorts to Lasers: The Story of Chemistry at Berkeley
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From Retorts to Lasers: The Story of Chemistry at Berkeley

By William L. Jolly

Berkeley: University of California, 1987. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/none as issued. About fine assumed first edition, "Distributed by the College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley" without an ISBN (presumably printed for a limited audience). Blue cloth boards with gold foil stamping of a cupola and title on cover and gold foil stamping on spine. Binding is sturdy, square and tight. Previous owner's name neatly stamped on FFE, otherwise as new. Text clean and bright. Laid in is a fine alumnae solicitation with historic photos from Berkeley, printed in 1997. Illustrated with b/w photo plates. ix, 292 pp. including index. Octavo, 6 x 9 1/4 inches tall. William Lee Jolly, professor of chemistry at UC Berkeley, whose work helped facilitate the renaissance of inorganic chemistry in the United States during the middle of the 20th century...Jolly worked as a group leader at the newly formed Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, CA, from 1953-55. There he helped to devise unusual forms of lithium deuteride and lithium tritide for use in the testing of thermonuclear devices. He joined the Berkeley faculty in 1955 and began his career teaching freshman chemistry and inorganic chemistry classes. During the 1950s and 1960s, he established courses, seminars and research programs in inorganic chemistry that have flourished to the present. Jolly wrote more than 300 articles in leading scientific journals and wrote or edited numerous books, including Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry, The Synthesis and Characterization of Inorganic Compounds and, in 1987, From Retorts to Lasers: The Story of Chemistry at Berkeley. -- author's obituary

$25.00

Comets to Cosmology: Proceedings of the Third IRAS Conference, Held at Queen Mary College, University of London, July 6-10, 1987 [Lecture Notes in Physics 297]
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Comets to Cosmology: Proceedings of the Third IRAS Conference, Held at Queen Mary College, University of London, July 6-10, 1987 [Lecture Notes in Physics 297]

By Andrew Lawrence, ed.

Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1986. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/none as issued. About fine, first edition, first printing. Brown, mustard and white cloth boards. Binding is sturdy, square and tight. Previous owner's name stamped neatly on top edge, otherwise as new. No dust jacket as issued. Illustrated with formulas, b/w photos, graphs, and drawings. x, 415 [2] pp. Octavo, 6 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches tall. These proceedings are concerned with discoveries from the Infra-Red Astronomical Satellite IRAS including follow-up projects in theoretical and observational astronomy. In particular, they stress the solar system results from IRAS. A huge range of astronomical topics is addressed including asteroids, comets, dust in the solar neighbourhood, young stars, old stars, the interstellar medium, and the Galactic cosmic background at various wavelengths.. ---Publisher's web site The impact of IRAS on asteroidal science, S. F. Dermott, P. D. Nicholson, Y. Kim, B. Wolven, E. F. Tedesco; Iras observations of asteroids, E. F. Tedesco, D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, L. A. Lebofsky; Models for infrared emission from zodiacal dust, Michael G. Hauser; Separating the solar system and galactic contributions to the diffuse infrared background, William Reach, Carl Heiles; Zodiacal dust properties as deduced by inversion of iras observations, A.-Ch. Levasseur-Regourd, R. Dumont; The infrared spectrum of Comet P/Halley, Thérèse Encrenaz; Halley’s Comet, I. P. Williams; The albedo of large refractory particles from p/Tempel 2, Mark V. Sykes; Infrared studies of solar system bodies, Dale P. Cruikshank; The large scale distribution of infrared radiation in our Galaxy, Harm J. Habing; Large scale structure of dust and gas in the Galaxy, E. R. Deul; Model for the galactic infrared emission, P. Cox, P. G. Mezger; The nature of the Galactic bulge, Robin Harmon, Gerard Gilmore; A procedure for distinguishing thermal and synchrotron components of the radio continuum emission of the Galactic disc, A. Broadbent, J. L. Osborne, C. G. T. Haslam; Infrared cirrus, Jean-Loup Puget; Infrared emission from the solar neighborhood F. Boulanger, M. Pérault; A post-iras interstellar dust model, Francois-Xavier Desert, Francois Boulanger, Michel Pérault; The excitation of the infrared emission from visual reflection nebulae, K. Sellgren, M. W. Castelaz, M. W. Werner, L. Luan; Extended infrared emission near stars, F. O. Clark, R. J. Laureijs, C. Y. Zhang, G. Chlewicki, P. R. Wesselius, Beyond the asymptotic giant branch, Sun Kwok, Kevin Volk; The study of star formation with IRAS, Charles A. Beichman; The luminosity functions of taurus and chamaeleon, J. D. Hughes, J. P. Emerson; Infrared spectra of young stellar objects, Fred C. Adams, Frank H. Shu; High luminosity galaxies in the IRAS survey, D. B. Sanders, B. T. Soifer, G. Neugebauer; Starbursts: Nature and environment, Colin. A. Norman; Star formation in normal galaxies, Bruce G. Elmegreen; The association between stellar bars and enhanced activity in the central kiloparsec of spiral galaxies, N. A. Devereux; Global properties of star formation in spiral galaxies, T. N. Rengarajan, K. V. K. Iyengar; Radio and optical studies of a complete sample of IRAS galaxies, R. D. Wolstencroft, S. W. Unger, A. Pedlar, J. N. Heasley, Q. A. Parker, J. W. Menzies et al.; Optical and far infrared properties of a 60µm flux limited sample of IRAS galaxies, J. Vader Patricia, M. Simon; IRAS observations of normal galaxies: The UGC redshift sample, C. J. Lonsdale, W. L. Rice, G. D. Bothun; Separation of nuclear and disk components in IRAS observations of spiral galaxies, Roger Ball, K. Y. Lo; A post IRAS view of active galaxies, A. Lawrence; Far infrared emission of type 2 seyferts, Walter F. Kailey, Marcia J. Lebofsky; Starbursts in interacting galaxies, R D Joseph; The role of bars in starburst galaxies, T G Hawarden, C M Mountain, P J Puxley, S K Leggett; Are starbursts the result of the fine tuning of dynamical timescales? P. N. Appleton, Curtis Struck-Marcell; IRAS observations of an optical sample of interacting galaxies, Susan A. Lamb, Howard A. Bushouse, Michael W. Werner, Bruce F. Smith; Cosmological background radiation in the infrared, B. J. Carr; Rocket observation of the diffuse infrared radiation, T. Matsumoto; Spectrum of the cosmic microwave background, P. L. Richards; From star formation to galaxy formation, Joseph Silk; Galaxies as tracers of the mass distribution, G. Efstathiou; Young galaxies, G. Burbidge, A. Hewitt; Infrared and optical observations of distant radio galaxies, J. S. Dunlop, M. S. Longair; A very deep IRAS survey at the North Ecliptic Pole, J. R. Houck, P. B. Hacking, J. J. Condon; Cosmological evolution of starburst galaxies and IRAS counts at 60 µm, A. Franceschini, L. Danese, G. De Zotti, C. Xu; The IRAS dipole, Michael Rowan-Robinson; A redshift survey of IRAS galaxies, Michael A. Strauss, Marc Davis; The impact of infrared astronomy on the distance scale, L. Gouguenheim.

$100.00

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