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1892. Paperback. Original wrappers present on all issues although some are heavily chipped and detached. Ex lib. ("Hamilton College Library" stamped on all issues). Monthly periodical printed by the American Sunday Sabbath Tract Society in Alfred Centre, NY. Edited by Rev. William C. Daland of Leonardsville, NY. Aimed at converting...
New York: American Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc., 1928-1929. Hardcover. Includes issues for Feb.-June and Sept.-Dec. 1928; and March, April, June, Sept-Dec. 1929. illustrations, 390, -904, -326, -454, -856p. Later black cloth. 25cm. Original wrappers and some adjacent leaves were not preserved.
Quezon City: 1965. Paperback. 44p. Softcover. 23cm. Browned throughout. A few red ink markings. Cornell University is the only located cited in OCLC for this uncommon periodical which was published quarterly; Cornell has Nos. 1 & 2 but their listing does not indicate whether additional numbers were published. Philippines.
New Haven: 1834. Paperback. Unbound 16-page (pp. 591-606) weekly periodical. 29cm. No separate wrapper. Front page browned and soiled. Foxing in double-columned text. Partially unopened. Edited by Nathan Whiting. First three columns headed: "Constantinople. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Goodell, dated Oct. 1833. Lancasterian Schools Established by the Turks."
Madrid: Facultade de Geografia e Historia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Nos. XVIII-21); Editorial Complutense (Nos. 23-32), 1988-2002. Paperback. Each issue softcover in original wrapper. 24cm. Spanish text. Minimal wear. "Rejected Tozzer Library" stamped on first blank page in last 5 issues (28-32).