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  • Edition: First Edition
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Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press, 1930. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Good. First Edition. xxiv, 175, [2-ads] pages. Publisher's green cloth gilt. In the scarce dust jacket (sunned, worn at the extremities). This copy SIGNED "Compliments of Mabel A. Magee" on the front flyleaf. Light browning to the paper overall, but still supple and clean. Cloth. Focuses on what areas of the country women's clothing is being produced, how the growth of the industry in Chicago compares to other cities, examines reasons for the areas of concentration, and attempts to foretell where the industry is going.

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Bruxelles: J.-B. De Mortier, 1851. Wrappers. Good. [6], 114 pages. 4to. Original grey printed wrappers (detached, frayed, stained). Bright and clean internally, noting a large blank piece of the half title is missing. A treatise dealing with renal (kidney) disease, presumably commenting on Bright's works in this area from the 1820s. Scarce, with only a few copies in OCLC/Worldcat as of this listing. Text in French. Loosely translated into English, the title is: "Of albuminuria or disease Renale From Bright: In Memory Response to the question proposed by the Royal Academy Of Medicine From Belgium To Contest From 1846-1848, and In which the Company was awarded the Grand Gold Medal in the 26th Session In Her October 1850" Wrappers.

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  • Edition: First Edition
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Philadelphia: The Franklin Institute, 1940. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good. First Edition. [2], 806 pages. Dark blue buckram with gilt title and volume numbers to spine panel. Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 230 (July-December 1940), entire volume offered. The Malina article is found on pages 433-54. Library bookplate to front pastedown, no other library markings, properly deaccessioned. Cloth. Frank Malina was an early rocket pioneer whose name is not nearly as well known as Goddard or von Braun, but whose work contributed significantly to advancements in early theory and practice. Among his many contributions, Malina (with Rocket Research Project of GALCIT engineers) developed "red fuming nitric acid (RFNA) and aniline, a propellant combination that achieved great use in American rocketry" (previously Goddard had used liquid oxygen which was hard to handle and store). Malina, with H.S. Tsien continued a "theoretical study of the thermodynamic characteristics of rocket mot ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
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Philadelphia: The Franklin Institute, 1940. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good. First Edition. [2], 806 pages. Brown buckram with gilt title and volume numbers to spine panel. Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 230 (July-December 1940), entire volume offered. The Malina article is found on pages 433-54. Library bookplate to front pastedown, bindery ticket to front pastedown, ink stamp on page one. Properly deaccessioned. A bright clean copy. Cloth. Frank Malina was an early rocket pioneer whose name is not nearly as well known as Goddard or von Braun, but whose work contributed significantly to advancements in early theory and practice. Among his many contributions, Malina (with Rocket Research Project of GALCIT engineers) developed "red fuming nitric acid (RFNA) and aniline, a propellant combination that achieved great use in American rocketry" (previously Goddard had used liquid oxygen which was hard to handle and store). Malina, with H.S. Tsien continued a "theoretical study ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
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Philadelphia: The Franklin Institute, 1940. First Edition. Wraps. Good. First Edition. [1], ii-vii, 413-528, viii-xi. 8vo. Original printed wrappers. Remnants of corporate library routing slip on front wrapper, stamp from company lower right. Light marginal dampstaining throughout. A rough copy, but still scarce in the original wraps. In The Journal of the Franklin Institute October 1940 (entire monthly issue offered). The Malina article is found on pages 433-454. Wraps. Frank Malina (Oct. 2, 1912 - Nov. 9, 1981) was an early rocket pioneer whose name is not nearly as well known as Goddard or von Braun, but whose work contributed significantly to advancements in early theory and practice. Among his many contributions, Malina (with Rocket Research Project of GALCIT engineers) developed "red fuming nitric acid (RFNA) and aniline, a propellant combination that achieved great use in American rocketry" (previously Goddard had used liquid oxygen which was hard to handle and store). Malina w ... Read more

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A. George Mallis, 1990. Comb Bound. Very Good. 8 1/2 x 11 inch coomb bound. 39 leaves, xeroxed sheets, most printed on both sides. R. George Mallis is a member of the International Society of Antique Scale Collectors and this was his attempt to begin some standardization in the area. Pale blue (now faded) printed covers. Includes the errata sheet. Comb Bound. This copy (although unmarked) is from George's estate a portion of which we purchased at Skinners some years ago. Minor wear and a bit of curling to the paper.

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Paris: J. Hetzel & Co, 1886. Boards. Very Good. Pannemaker and Bayard. Pannemaker and Bayard. [6], 298, [12-ads] pages. 8vo. Publisher's brown leather spine over cloth boards. Spine highly decorated in gilt. White moire endpapers. All edges gilt, with remnants of green silk ribbon. Shelf worn, with pressboard partially exposed at base of boards and corners. Shoenhof (Boston) bookseller ticket on front pastedown. Inked "MA" on half title. Bright and white throughout, noting that advertisements in rear are on a cheaper browning paper. Presents nicely on the shelf. Boards. c1886 based on advertisements in rear noting expected publications due in 1887.

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  • Edition: First Edition
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Lancaster, PA and New York, NY: American Physical Society / American Institute of Physics, 1958. First Edition. Wrappers. Very Good. First Edition. [1039]-1417 pages. Small 4to. Original publisher's blue/green printed wraps. Entire number offered. A clean copy noting browning to the spine panel, extremities, and spotting to the textblock edges. Bright and clean internally. One article in this issue is 'Determination of the Pion-Nucleon scattering Amplitude from Dispersion Relations and Unitarity. General Theory' IN The Physical Review, Vol 112, Second Series, Number 4, November 15, 1958, pages 1344-1360. Ezhela notes that this article documents the 'Dispersion relation in two variables: the Mandelstam representation.'. Wrappers.

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New York, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1993. First Edition. Boards. Near Fine. First Edition. 145, [4] pages. Printed blue paper boards. A new copy, noting some rubbing to the boards. Boards.

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London: Butterworths, 1975. First Edition. Wraps. Very Good. First Edition. v, 41 pages. Original orange printed wrappers. Bumped at upper corner, some crinkling at the spine, signature of previous owner (David N. Hume) on half title. Wraps. Hume was an MIT professor who also worked on the Manhattan Project.

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London: Butterworths, 1974. First Edition. Wraps. Very Good. First Edition. [6], 93 pages. Original orange printed wrappers. Bumped at upper corner, signature of previous owner (David N. Hume) on half title. Wraps. Hume was an MIT professor who also worked on the Manhattan Project.

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The Isle of Dead Ships

Marriott, Crittenden

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Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1909. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine. Frank McKernan. Frank McKernan. First Edition. 265, [1-blank],[6-ads]. Frontispiece (colored) plus 3 (B&W) plates as called for. Previous owners' bookplate (Henry Parsons) on front pastedown. Minor browning to the edges of the title page. A bright clean copy overall, with a touch of wear to the binding extremities. Cloth. Bleiler Checklist of Science-Fiuction & Supernatural Fiction /1979 page 133. Turned into a silent film in 1923, "The Isle of Lost Ships", with a young Marlene Dietrich. In 1929 it was turned into a talkie with Jason Robards, Sr.

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Pulsed Light Sources

Marshak, I. S.

New York and London: Consultants Bureau, 1984. First Edition. Boards. Good. First Edition. xi, 461 pages. 8vo. Original white and orange printed boards. A well read copy with corner clipped front endpaper, very occasional pencilled note in the text, and some smudging. Corners and external boards generally worn. A good reading or reference copy. Boards.

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Tremont, St. Boston: A. Marshall, 1871. First Edition. Boards. Good. Augustus Marshall. Augustus Marshall. First Edition. 23 pages. 7 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches. Original 3/4 leather over cloth binding. Spine perished, binding loose with mild foxing and soiling to some of the pages. Some rubbing to the leather at the extremities. House of Representatives Massachusetts 1871 in gold gilding (still bright) on front cover. Boards. A portrait book of the members of the House of Representatives, Massachusetts, 1871. Most pages contain 12 photographs, with each photo a small oval format approx 1 1/16 x 1 3/8 inches with name and area represented printed beneath. The first page identifies the Chaplain, Clerk, Speaker and Sergeant at Arms with a small photograph of the State Capital. First page faded, most other pages with tonal contrast, easily read name tags,etc. The second to last page's center oval contains the Massachusetts Coat of Arms. The last 2 of pages contain workers for the State (messengers, doo ... Read more

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The Calculating Machines (Die Rechenmaschinen) Their History and Development

Martin, Ernst ; Kidwell, Peggy Aldrich and Williams, Michael R (translators)

Cambridge, MA, London, England, and LA/ San Francisco: MIT Press and Tomash Publishers, 1992. First American Edition. Cloth. Near Fine. First American Edition. [8], [ix]-xvii, [1 blank], 367 pp plus 25 pages of reproduced advertisements for calculating machines. 8vo. Publisher's red cloth. Number 16 in the Chales Babbage Institute Reprint Series for the History of Computing. Spine slanted, otherwise a bright clean copy. Cloth. The first American and first English language edition. Originally published in German as "Die Rechenmaschinen und ihre Entwicklungsgeschichte" in 1925, and extremely difficult for the translators to obtain, this was one of the first works in the Charles Babbage Institute reprint series to be suggested, but one of the last issued. The editors were fortunate to be able to access the collection of instruments at the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian while undertaking an already difficult technical translation. The work is quite useful for anyon ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
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London, Liverpool, and Paris: Fisher Son, & Co, 1841. First Edition. Boards. Very Good. First Edition. iv, 512 pages. 3/4 leather over ribbed cloth with raised bands and gilt titling on the spine panel. Wear to the extremities of the binding. A sound copy. Small leather chip at base of spine panel reglued. Boards. An interesting early magazine. Contains much content related to America as well as Australia. Covers May-August 1841. Some titles include "Value of British Colonies in North America", 'South Australian Land Sales ; and available Territory", "Western Australia", "On the Varieties of the Human Race - The Ethiopian Variety",, "Australasian Islands (in 4 parts), "The China Expedition - Extension of Commerce with China", "Slave Colonies in France", "California and Oregon", etc etc. Also a number of articles about India.

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Gibbsborro, NJ, U.S.A.: The Paint Works Corporate Center, 1999. First Edition. Wraps. Near Fine. First Edition. 105, [2] pages. Oblong folio (12 x 9 inches). SIGNED by the artist Soraida on the title page. Unread, clean and crisp copy. Wraps. "Soraida Martinez (July 30, 1956) is an American of Puerto Rican descent known for her contemporary abstract expressionist paintings and social commentary. She is the creator of the art movement, Verdadism." (wiki).

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London: Lockyer Davis and Charles Reymers, 1756. First Edition. Leather bound. Very Good. First Edition. [2], [799]-1393, [17-indices] pages. 4to. New calf spine with labels over original boards. New endpapers. With 48 folding copper plates. The usuall minor offsetting on the plates, otherwise bright and clean internally. A sound copy. Leather bound. "In 1662, the newly formed 'Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge' was granted a charter to publish by King Charles II and on 6 March 1665, the first issue of Philosophical Transactions was published under the visionary editorship of Henry Oldenburg, who was also the Secretary of the Society. The first volumes of what was the world's first scientific journal were very different from today's journal, but in essence it served the same function; namely to inform the Fellows of the Society and other interested readers of the latest scientific discoveries. As such, Philosophical Transactions established the important prin ... Read more

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Paris and Toulouse: A Paris : Chez Mequignon l'aîné, libraire ; Et à Toulouse : Chez Dupleix, libraire, Sacarau & Moulas, Libr. Laporte, libraire, 1782. First Edition. Boards. Very Good. First Edition. [2], 311, [1] pages. 4 x 6 1/2 inches. Full leather binding with label mostly perished on spine, marbled endpapers, and red tinted page edges. Nice early owner's label on front pastedown "Ex Bibliotheca Domini de RAYMOND comitis" Boards. The second of three standalone volumes on electrotherapeutics by Masars de Cazeles. Books and Manuscripts of the Bakken, 1992. Ronalds, p. 332. Not in Gartrell.

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Peterborough, New Hampshire: Schoolhouse Press, 1985. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine. First Edition. [8], 299 pages. 9 x 11.25 inches. Original light purple cloth, and black printed dj. Removed from shrinkwrap to check edition information. A crisp clean copy. Cloth.

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