Seoul: Research Center for Peace and Unification of Korea, 1985. Paperback. Vol. 9, No. 4 (Winter 1985). pp. 624-895 plus several pages of advertisements. Original wrapper. 25cm. Front cover creased. Special issue: Korean Society in Transition on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of National Independence.
Argenteuil: Chez l'Editeur [Godefroy Lebeuf], 1885-1887. Hardcover. 1885: 12 color plates (1 double-page) plus a photo, 4 black and white plates (Planche I-IV), and a few other black & white illustrations (4 full-page and 1 double-page), 392p. plus Table des Matieres (VIp.) at end. 1886: 13 color plates (3 double-page)...
1922. Hardcover. Most original unpaginated wrappers and advert-leaves bound in. Later red Egyptian quarterbinding. 23cm. Hinge cracked. Leaves of some issues browned. A few leaves chipped. No Jackets. French text. An uncommon weekly magazine of political, economic, and social commentary published in Cairo. Edited by Georges Dumani.
Harrisburg, Pa. Lay, Hubbard & Wheelwright, 1918-1919. Hardcover. photos, viii, 228, (4)p. Rebound in library buckram. 27cm. Cover. soiled. Ex lib. (bookplate and perforated stamp for St. Joseph Public Library). Internally sound and clean. Introductory title and list of contents is for Volume 10 (1919-1920) instead of Volume 9.
Boston: American Society of Landscape Architects, 1948-1950. Hardcover. photos, vii, 204, , viii, 196p. Rebound in red library buckram. 27cm. Ex lib. (bookplate and perforated stamp for St. Joseph's Public Library). Internally sound and clean. Text generally double-columned. Original wrappers not preserved.
Madrid: 1949. Paperback. Each issue has four pages. Newsprint. 44cm. Thin contemporary cloth-backed boards. Gift inscription inked on front cover (by Profesor Gimenez"). Text moderately browned but not brittle. No Jacket. Spanish text. Legend under title: Gran organo hispanida en La Puerta del Sol].
Lincoln Ridge, Ky. Lincoln Institute of Kentucky, 1920. Paperback. photos, 16p. Wrapper. 19cm. Inked note on front and on one text leaf. Published quarterly. Lincoln Institute was created by the trustees of Berea College to provide both a junior college and a high school for African Americans after the Kentucky...
Boston: Littell and Gay, [1872-1874]. Hardcover. vi, -824, 322-384, 258-640, 706-824, 1-64p. Contemporary 1/2 leather over marbled boards. 23cm. Minor scuffing. All edges marbled. Title-page at beginning misleadingly states that this contains the issues for Oct.-Dec, 1873. This bound volume actually contains the following weekly numbers: 1489-1490 (Dec. 21 &...
St. Louis: St. Louis Lutheran Society for Better Race Relations, 1947. Paperback. 8p. Folded softcover leaflet. Narrow 23cm. (folded). Yellowed. Small, mostly marginal, burned spot (cigarette?) on each page. Below title: Devoted to the Discussion of Race Relations from the Evangelical Christian Viewpoint.