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    COLLEGE YEARS by Spectorsky, A. C. editor

    New York: Hawthorn Books, Inc.. 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; DJ is worn and torn at edges. Bookplate. ; B&W Photographs; 509 pages .


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    Writing and Researching Term Papers and Reports: a New Guide for Students by Eugene Ehrlich and Daniel Murphy

    Ygeneral: Bantam Books, 1984. 149 pgs., . Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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    Harvard Business School Club of New York, Inc. 1966 Alumni Directory by Harvard Business School Club

    NY: Harris, Harvard19. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1966. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. John A. Blum's copy [Macy's VP marketing]. Laid in is this Club's brochure for 1966-7.; 9" tall; 194 pages .


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    Williams Club: New York 1913-1963 Fiftieth Year. Williams College, MA by Williams Club. Williams College Alumni, Ma

    NY: Williams Club. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. B001KCTRL0 . From the estate of Irving D, Fish Jr, '44, signed "Fish" ffep, chair of the club's finance committee 1963-4. Index; 77 pages .


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    Websters English/Spanish Spanish/English

    Ygeneral: Landoll, Inc, 1997. 224 pgs., Minimal wear to cover.. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Inauguration of Willard Deming Lewis as Tenth President of Lehigh University

    Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University, 1965. Pamphlet. Good+/None. Cream-colored staplebound softcover, toned along the edges, with light brown stains on upper front cover. Similar tea stains on inside front cover through page 3. Otherwise, interior is unmarked and clean. Binding is sound. Small quarto. BOOK INFO: The inauguration at Eugene Gifford Grace Hall: The Academic Procession; Order of Exercises; Honorary Degrees; and lists of Delegates from Colleges and Universities and Delegates from Learned Societies and Professional and Cultural Associations; an explanation of Academic Costumes (history and symbolism); names in the Presidential Party; The National Anthem; and Lehigh's Alma Mater.


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    The Biochemical Basis of Neuropharmacology by Jack R. Cooper; Floyd E. Bloom; Robert H. Roth

    Very good+, previously owned paperback nonfiction reading reference study book. Little, if any, previous reading or use. Strong binding. Minor shelf wear with a short quarter inch tear on left bottom corner of front cover. Neat, clean pages. Free from any markings, stickers, stamps and stains. Overall, nice quality medical study book.


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    Math in Focus: Singapore Math: Student Edition, Book B Part 2 Grade K 2012 by Great Source

    Paperback. Very Good.


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    The 1941 Itascan and Blast. Grace Dolezel. Yearbook for Itasca Junior College and Greenway High School by Itasca Junior College and Greenway High School

    Minnesota: Itasca Junior College and Greenway High School. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1941. First Edition. Hardcover. Grace Dolezel's copy. Signed and inscribed by many classmates. ; 11" tall .


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    Abbot Academy 1941 Yearbook. Andover, Massachusetts by Abbot Academy Yearbook

    Andover, MA: Abbot Academy. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1941. First Edition. Hardcover. Oatmeal cloth, green embossed "AA" top board. Assistant to the principal Barbara Humes' copy. Signed and inscribed to "Miss Humes" by many of the students. ; 4to ; 83 pages. bx 139


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    English Composition by Welsh, Alfred H

    New York: Silver, Burdett & Co, 1896. Paperback. Very Good-. Burgundy cloth binding. Minor corner wear and light corner chipping. Blacked out info on ffep, owner name in pencil on ffep, else clean. Binding is tight. Light page foxing. ; 204 pp


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    Oxonia Antiqua Restaurata WITH Pietas Oxoniensis by Skelton, Joseph

    Oxford: J. Skelton, 1823. Two volumes (complete) Oxonia Restaurata with Pietas Oxoniensis in a single uniform volume. Contemporary half morocco and curl marbled paper over boards, raised bands, spines in seven panels, title in gilt to second panel, author / volume to fourth, remaining panels with central floral spray in gilt, place and date to foot of spine in gilt, t.e.g., curl marbled endpapers. Slightly rubbed to extremities, spines very slightly faded. Internally some light spotting, usually to margins but occasionally to the plate images. The Oxonia Antiqua has a folding engraved plan of Oxford and one hundred and thirty-four plates by Skelton, beginning with plate twenty-six and continuing up to plate one hundred and fifty seven (plates two - twenty-five were never issued), with two plates unnumbered and all but two plates on India paper, a large paper copy. The Pietas has an engraved title and twenty-four plates / portraits all on india paper and is also a large paper copy. Lowndes 2409; Cordeaux and Merry - University - 315. First Edition. Half Morocco and Boards. Good+. Elephant Folio.


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    160,000 DOLLARS!! OR DECEPTION EXPOSED by [Massachusetts]

    [Boston?, 1812. Broadside, 8-1/4" x 13". Printed in two columns. Two small rubberstamps in blank margin. Horizontal fold separation, costing portions of three or four letters; light edgewear. Good+. This campaign broadside, supporting the gubernatorial candidacies of Caleb Strong and William Phillips, corrects "a most daring and outrageous misrepresentation of facts and perversion of veracity." The Democrats "say that the General Court granted to Harvard College 100,000 dollars, Williams' College 30,000, Bowdoin College 30,000. IT IS FALSE!" Democrats say "that the tax imposed on the Banks of this Commonwealth has been diverted to enrich institutions already too rich, at the expense of the people! IT IS FALSE!" OCLC 77712725 [1- AAS] as of March 2018. Not located on online sites of MA Historical Society, Harvard, Boston Athenaeum.


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    SEVEN SHORT YEARS by Johnson, Dr. Robert

    Philadelphia: Temple University. 1948. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Previous owner's name; B&W Photographs; 105 pages .


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    AN ENQUIRY INTO THE TRUTH OF THE IMPUTATION OF THE GUILT OF ADAM'S FIRST SIN TO HIS POSTERITY. BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF SEVERAL PRIVATE LECTURES IN HARVARD COLLEGE, ON THE THIRD ARTICLE IN THE SIER OF THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION OF FAITH by Wigglesworth, Edward

    Boston: Printed by J. Draper, for D. Henchman..., 1738. [8], 90 pp, lacking the final blank but with the half title, which is detached, foxed, and worn. Disbound, scattered and generally light foxing, light wear. Attractive ornamentation. Good+. The renowned Professor of Divinity at Harvard warns against dogmatism. Frequently man's varied views about religious questions reflect "Our uncertain Suppositions about such things as God hath tho't fit to keep secret." Evans 4324. ESTC W31902.


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    LETTER TO THE ALUMNI by Hersey, John

    New York: Alfred A Knopf. 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. 0394468430 . Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; DJ is worn at edges. ; 145 pages .


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    NOTEBOOK KEPT BY HARVARD LAW STUDENT ARNOLD M. GOLDSTEIN FOR A CLASS IN PUBLIC UTILITIES LAW, TAUGHT BY PROFESSOR FELIX FRANKFURTER, 1934-1935 by [Frankfurter, Felix]

    [Harvard Law School, 1935. 4to. Notebook from the Harvard Coop in contemporary half calf and pebbled cloth, stamped 'Record' in gilt on the spine. 174, [4] manuscript pages in neat blue and red ink; other notes tipped in neatly. Felix Frankfurter (1882-1965) was the leading professor of the law of the modern Administrative State. He taught at Harvard Law School from 1914 to 1939. A reform-minded public intellectual, he was a trusted adviser to President Roosevelt in the New Deal years. Roosevelt nominated him to the United States Supreme Court after Justice Cardozo died in 1938. An acrimonious confirmation hearing-- emphasizing Frankfurter's foreign birth [with the usual anti-Semitic subtext] and his close relationship with President Roosevelt-- ensued. He took his seat on the Court in January 1939 and served for the next 23 years. These detailed lecture notes, taken by an obviously conscientious and motivated student in the Class of 1935, are a magnificent window on Professor Frankfurter's teaching style and methods at one of the Nation's premier law schools during an exciting era of legal transition. The class concerned Public Utilities, a particular branch of administrative law. As Goldstein notes, "Course is on the law of the I.C.C. P.U.'s have always been subj. to regulation. Comprehensive regulation dates from the I.C.A. of 1887." The undated notes include citations to decisions made as late as March 1934 (page 4). Goldstein's thorough, well-organized, and legible notes reflect Frankfurter's close attention to the details of statutes and case law, and the context in which cases and legislation arose. They offer insight into Frankfurter's thoughts on the powers of the national government as it underwent a major expansion in order to deal with the Depression crisis. For example, here is a summary of Frankfurter's thoughts on a recent New Deal construction project in Los Angeles: "Jan. 1932, plans presented for Union Station. Construction work is going ahead under State RR commission's order. There is cooperation between State and ICC. . . . Was a great litigation. All civic organizations were interested; prop[erty] values were affected; all residents of Los Angeles were concerned; scenic interests were at stake; nature of RR's holding of prop[erty] was involved' (pp. 146-7). The note-taker, Arnold M. Goldstein (1910-2007), became a New York lawyer. His New York Times obituary [December 18, 2007] said that he was a practicing lawyer for sixty years.


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    The Big Book of Home Learning: Getting Started by Mary Pride

    1990-09-01. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!


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