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The artificial landscape. Contemporary architecture, urbanism, and landscape architecture in the...
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The artificial landscape. Contemporary architecture, urbanism, and landscape architecture in the Netherlands.

by IBELINGS, Hans.

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[Rotterdam: Netherlands Architecture Institute, 2000]. 4to. 302, [2] pp. 100s of colour photos, illusts., diagrams. White cloth, yellow lettrng, w/ d.j. NF/NF copy from the collection of Dr. Rochelle Martin. First edition of this selection of the most important critical texts about Dutch architecture during the end of the 20th century, providing a survey of over 130 projects, including work by Wiel Arets, Benthem Crouwel, Bosch Haslett, Claus & Kaan, Meyer & Van Schooten, Neutelings Riedijk, Soeters Van Eldonk, West 8, and others.
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Grettir the Outlaw: a story of Iceland. . . illustrations by M. Zeno Diemer and a coloured map.
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Grettir the Outlaw: a story of Iceland. . . illustrations by M. Zeno Diemer and a coloured map.

by [ICELANDIC SAGAS]. BARING-GOULD, S.[abine].

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New York: Scribner and Welford, 743 & 745 Broadway, [1889]. 12mo. 384 pp., plus 32 pp. publisher’s catalogue. Frontisp., 11 plates, 1 double-page colour map. Olive-green pictorial publisher’s cloth over beveled boards, cover arrt illustration of Viking helm, spears, shields, and mountains, decorative spine, gilt & black lettering (minor edgewear, rubbing, slight bumping to corners), still VG copy. First edition of this scarce recounting of the famed Icelandic Saga of Grettir the Strong, considered one of the finest in Scandinavian Sagas, and the Icelandic version of the Beowulf Legend set in the 10th century. This work tells of desperate feats, fighting beserkers, and with the spirit of Glam, as well as an excellent account of Icelandic folkways and culture. These are early illustrations by Michael Zeno Diemer (1867-1939) who studied at the Academy in Munich under Gabriel von Gackl and Alexander von Liezen-Mayer, and was especially well-knwon for his watercolours of the Alps.
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The first book of submarines. Pictures by Mildred Waltrip.

by ICENHOWER, Capt. J.B.

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New York: Franklin Watts, 1957. 4to. 60, [4] pp. Illust. throughout, many in colour. Green boards, blk lettrng, w/ d.j. (slght scuffng to spine), NF/VG. First edition, early printing of No. 36 in the First Book Series.
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Idaho. A guide in word and picture. Prepared by the Federal Writers’ Projects of the Works progress administration. American Guide Series.

by [IDAHO - WPA]. [FISHER, Vardis].

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New York: Oxford U.P., [1950]. 8vo. 300 pp. Numerous photo plates, maps on endpapers. Blue cloth (minor shelfwear), w/ d.j. cover photo of Sun Valley ski resort (slight shelfwear, dustsoiling), VG/VG, w/ frmr ownrshp mrkngs on endpapers, w/ former ownership signature on 2nd flyleaf. Second edition, revised edition, of this title in the American Guide series.
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Hell’s Canyon: [or, seeing Idaho through a scrap book]. A story of the deepest canyon on the North American continent, together with historical sketches of Idaho. . . .

by [IDAHO]. BAILEY, Robert G.

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Lewiston, ID: Robert G. Bailey, Printing Co., 1943. Tall 8vo. 575, [1] pp. Photo frontisp., w/ 100s of photo and text illustrations throughout, colour-illustrated sheet music art for My Home in Idaho for front endpapers, pictorial map on rear endpapers. Red publisher’s cloth, pictorial map of Idaho on front cover (minor soiling, faint tidemark to fore-edge of front cover, slightly cocked), w/ d.j. pictorial map on front cover of Idaho, photo illustration back cover (wear, edgewear, minor chipping, couple minor tears, soiling), still VG-/VG- copy, signed & numbered, together with [4] pp. Reviews of Hell’s Canyon laid-in. First edition, signed & numbered (1177), of this excellent work filled with historical notes, poetry, and personal memoirs of travel to Yellowstone from Idaho, bridges spanning the Snake River, Freemasonry in Idaho, gold mining, hunting Grizzly Bears, a substantial section on the Nez Perce Indians and their legends, Chief Joseph, as well as the logging and forestry practices of… Read more
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Fragments of villainy. Drawings by Paul B. Evans.

by [IDAHO]. d’EASUM, Dick.

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Boise, ID: Statesman Printing Co., 1959. 8vo. 246 pp. Numerous illusts. Black cloth, gilt lettrng (slght sunng to spine), VG copy. First edition of this collection of historical anecdotes and stories of pioneer Idaho.
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The way it was: being a studied and varied compilation of the finest of the photographic efforts primarily of the decades of 1890 to 1900 and 1900 to 1910 . . . of what the St. Maries and St. Joseph river valleys may have looked like at that time.

by [IDAHO]. HAMMES, Robert M. & JUSTICE, E. Mark (Eds.).

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St. Maries, ID: Western Historical, Inc., 1962. Oblong 4to. [82 pp (unpaginated).]. With over 100 sepia-tinted photographic illustrations and plates. Illustrated softcovers, cover art of river sternwheeler on the front, yapp edges (minor edgewear, rubbing, some dustsoiling), still VG- copy. First edition of this scarce, and informative photographic record of the logging, farming, economic, and social development of the area around St. Maries, Idaho along the Saint Joe River, which feeds into Lake Coeur d’Alene from 1890 to 1910.
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The background of the French Revolution.

by IDZERDA, Stanley J.

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Washington, DC: Service Center for Teachers of History, [1959]. 8vo. 22 pp. Printed softcvrs (mnr creasng to fore-edge), VG-. First edition.
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Atlas of the State of Illinois to which is added an atlas of the United States, maps of the hemispheres. . . [combined town, county, state, national and general atlas].

by [ILLINOIS -- ATLAS] WARNER, [Charles & Augustus] & BEERS, [Frederick, Silas, James & Daniel].

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Chicago, IL: Warner & Beers, 62 & 64 Lake Street, 1873. Atlas folio. 16 x 18.7 in. 3, [3], 5-91, [1] pp. Woodcut-engraved title page, 42 hand-coloured steel-engraved maps, all w/ nicely executed engraved borders (couple double-page), additional steel-engraved “Family Records” page filled-out in manuscript inserted. Original front panel stamped in decorative gilt lettering mounted on recent black cloth binding (occasional edgewear, minor soiling to fore-edges of textblock, couple very minor closed tears), still VG copy from the library of John Inkster (1828-1908), Scottish-American farmer who immigrated in 1860 to Pilot Township, Kankakee, IL to farm with his brother James, and then continued West to farm in Coast Fork, Lane Co., Oregon, and finally the Washington Territory in 1881 where he homesteaded near Davenport, WT, assisted in building Fort Spokane, and served as County Commissioner from 1886-1892. First edition of this exceedingly scarce Illinois Atlas published just after the great… Read more
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[In Armenian, Russian & English]. Armenian miniature. Grigor Tatevatsi and Anonymous Painter of Syuniq.

by [ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS -- ARMENIA]. [MIRZOYAN, Alvida (Ed.)].

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Yerevan: Sovetakan Grogh Publishing House, [1987]. Folio. 165, [3] pp. Numerous blk & wht text illusts., 53 colour plates. Brown cloth, gilt lettrng (mnr shlfwr, slght bmpng to couple crnrs), w/ d.j. cover art image of The Annunciation by Anomymous Painter of Syuniq (mnr shlfwr, slght rubbng), VG/VG copy. First edition of this scarce and well-illustrated monograph on Armenian illuminated manuscripts.
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Dwellers in the jungle. . . illustrations in black and white from drawings by Warwick Reynolds.

by [INDIA -- BIG GAME HUNTING]. CASSERLY, Lieut. Col. Gordon.

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New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1927. 8vo. xi, [3], 239, [1] pp. Colour-tinted frontisp., 7 colour-tinted plates. Orange cloth, silver lettering front cover & spine (very minor shelfwear, very slight bumping to corners), w/ d.j. vivid Art Deco cover art of stalking Tiger silhouette on front cover by Reynolds in black, silver and orange (slight chipping head of spine, minor creasing, edgewear), still NF/VG- copy. First edition of this anthology of big game stories of the Indian jungle set on the North Eastern frontier near Bhutan. Casserly (1869-1947) joined the 22nd Bombay Infantry in 1892, served in China during the Boxer Rebellion, and later with the 120th Rajputana Infantry with about 200 sepoys in a small fort in Cooch Behar.
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Steel Corporation of Bengal Ltd., Napuria Works. Album No. 3. [Outstanding photo album filled with 155 silver gelatin photographs documenting the nearly four month period of the construction of the newly created company’s steel plant which would later prove to be a critical supplier of steel products for the British war industries in Asia during World War II].

by [INDIA -- CONSTRUCTION PHOTO ALBUM]. [MOOKERJEE, Sir Biren [Birendranath].

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[Kolkata (Calcutta), India: Martin & Burn Co., Indian Iron & Steel Co., 1, R.N. Mookerjee Rd., Martin Burn House, Dec. 1938-March, 1939]. Thick oblong 4to. 11.75 x 10.5 x 3 in. [158 pp (unpaginated).], thick black paper stock, w/ 155 tipped-in silver gelatin photographs, sized 6.25 8.25 in. (2 large panoramic multi-image photos folding sized 6 x 27.75 & 6 x 47.75 in., stamped Haldar Company (Photographers), Asansol on versos), all with detailed white ink annotations & date codes. Contemporary thick black cloth post-binder, rounded corners, embossed front cover, gilt lettering stamped front cover, black nickel screwposts at inner gutter margin (chipping & wear to spine), still a VG exemplar. This remarkable photo album documents the pre-World War II industrial expansion in India, as the Bengal Iron & Steel Company subsidiary of Indian Iron & Steel Co. erected this massive steel plant f from 1938-1939 in order to produce finished steel products and compete with Tata Iron & Steel Company. At the… Read more
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That strange little brown man Gandhi.

by [INDIA -- GANDHI]. FISHER, Frederick B.

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New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, Inc., 1932. 8vo. viii, [6], 239, [1] pp. Title in red & black. Sepia-tinted frontisp., 6 sepia-tinted plates. Green publisher’s cloth, gilt lettering on covers & spine, maps on endpapers (light glue offseting toning at gutter margins, minor edgewear), w/ d.j. wraparound cover photo shows Gandhi speaking to 100,000 Hindus and Muslims after returning from the London Conference in 1931 (very minor chipping head & foot of spine, edgewear, couple very minor closed tears), VG/VG, signed by author on ffep. First edition, signed, of this biography drawing from the author’s personal interviews and direct contact with Gandhi, whom he had first met in 1917. Fisher (1882-1938) was bishop of the Methodist Church in India, who considered Gandhi to be an exceedingly shrewd statesman, whose campaign of civil disobedience is as much an implement of warfare as machine guns and poison gas among western nations. Scarce in original dustjacket.
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Bangalore. Sheet No. 57/3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12. [Large linen-backed map of Bangalore in Southern India].

by [INDIA -- MAP]. [RENNELL, James & LAMBTON, William].

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Bangalore: Office of the Director, Southern Circle, Survey of India, P.B. No. 44, [1915]. 4to. 7.25 x 9.75 in. which holds a 32-panel linen backed colour-printed map which folds out into double atlas folio sized map, sized 36.5 x 53 in. Mounted within Navy-blue linen portfolio, printed label w/ manuscript annotations on front cover indicating the sheet number (minor shelfwear, slight rubbing), still NF copy. First edition, thus, of this map of Bangalore prepared under the auspices of the Survey of India, Office of the Director in the opening years of World War I. This remarkable topographical map featuring a scale of 1” to 1 mile is based on the surveys first launched by William Lambton in the 19th Century known as the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, led successively by Lambton, George Everest, Andrew Waugh, and James Walker. These fulfilled the premise that geodetic survey was the only option for accurate maps of large areas, and much of this work in the survey of India was based upon the… Read more
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A child garden in India. Verses by . . . Illustrations by Louise Clark.

by [INDIA]. BURR, Amelia Josephine.

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West Medford, MA: Central Comittee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, [1922]. 12mo. 76, [2] pp. Numerous colour illustrations, text illustrations. Quarter-green cloth over colour-illustrated boards (minor edgewear, rubbing, minor wear to corners), still VG copy, from the library of Ann Elizabeth Coleman, Seattle, WA, and later Ann C. Hildahl, w/ ownership signatures on endpapers. First edition.
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The North-Western Provinces of India: their history, ethnology, administration. . . .

by [INDIA]. CROOKE, W.[illiam].

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London: Methuen & Co., 1897. Tall 8vo. x, [2], 361 pp. Photo frontisp., 15 photo plates, 1 large folding colour map. Blue pebbled cloth, gilt lettering on spine (very minor shelfwear, rubbing, slight bumping to couple corners), VG copy. First edition of this excellent work compiled from information collected during the course of the Ethnographical Survey of the Provinces Agra and Oudh in northwest India.
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The Tiger of Mysore: a story of the War with Tippoo Saib. . . illustrations by W.H. Margeston and a map.

by [INDIA]. HENTY, G.[eorge] A.[lfred].

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New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1895. 12mo. 390, [2] pp., plus 16 pp. publisher’s catalogue. Frontisp., 11 plates, 3 maps (1 large double-page colour map). Blue pictorial publisher’s cloth, cover art image of figure in tuban holding sword, tiger on spine, in red, white & black, white, red & gilt lettering, decoration (minor darkening, dustsoiling, minor wear to couple corners, slight bumping to couple corners), still VG bright copy. First edition of this rousing tale of privateers, shipwreck, and rescue in India during the third and fourth Anglo-Mysore Wars in Indian 1790-1799. Henty has focused on the failings of Lord Cornwallis, as he describes the battles in which Tipu Sultan invaded the state of Travancore with French allies, which ended in his defeat at the siege of Serigapatam and the signing of the Treaty which required him to surrender half his kingdom to the British East India Company. The Fourth Anglo-Mysore War resulted in the death of Tipu Sultan, when the British won a decisive… Read more
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Sketches on service during the Indian Frontier Campaigns of 1897. . . engravings from original drawings . . . photographic portraits of the commanding officers and their staffs.

by [INDIA]. HOBDAY, Major E.[dward] A.[rthur] P.[onsonby].

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London: James Bowden, 1898. Tall 8vo. 159, [1] pp. Photo frontisp., 13 photo plates, 57 plates. Original khaki-coloured cloth, illustration & brown lettering on front cover, over beveled boards, a.e.g. (chipping, wear, soiling, damage head & foot of spine, bumping & wear to corners, some minor soiling to endpapers), still G- reference copy, w/ Bookseller’s label on front pastedown for Queen City Book Co., Cincinnati, OH, and former ownership stamp. First edition of this scarce illustrated account of the relief of the British Garrison at Chakdara during the siege of Malakand by 10,000 Pashtuns commanded by Saidullah. The British relief column was sent to assist General William Hope Meiklejohn, and was accompanied by a young 2nd Lieutenant Winston Churchill who later published his Story of the Malakand Field Force.
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India: From the Aryan invasion to the great Sepoy mutiny. The Romance of Colonization.

by [INDIA]. KNIGHT, Alfred E.

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London: S.W. Partridge, 1898. 8vo. 320 pp. Frontisp. Contemporary full red calf prize binding, raised bands on spine, gilt decoration, gilt dentelles, gilt lettering on front cover, gilt & green morocco spine label, marbled fore-edges & endpapers (minor edgewear, rubbing to fore-edges, very slight bumping to corners), still a VG copy, presented to H.I. Marriner, as Prize for Latin, Form I, from The Old Ride School, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, which was located in Martello Road between Branksome Park and Canford Cliffs. Second printing, prize binding, of this third volume in the Romance of Colonization series.
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Southern India. Painted by. . . Described by F.[anny] E.[mily] Penny.

by [INDIA]. LAWLEY, Lady [Annie Allen Cunard].

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London: A. & C. Black, [1914]. Thick 8vo. xi, [1], 257, [1] pp. Colour frntsp., 49 colour plates, 1 folding map. Elaborately decorated orange publisher’s cloth, decorated & lettered in black & yellow (minor wear to corners, edgewear, slight bumping to corners, inner hinges starting), VG- copy. First edition of this travelogue illustrating the life and customs of Muslims and Hindus in Southern India, by the wife of the Governor of Madras, who was close to the Maharaja of Mysore. Inman, A&C Black Colour Books, 40.
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