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Binding: Trade paperback
Publisher: mandarin / Random House (UK)., United Kingdom.
Date published: 1997
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Age-toning to pages. Tight and clean. No creasing. Trade PB. Glued binding. Illustrated covers. 3 photo sections, color and B&W. Audience: General/trade. Winner, 1996 Crime Writers' Gold Dagger Award for Non-Fiction. Great Britain: A tangled web of religion and politics, unraveled centuries later by the investigations by this author and made fluid for readers by same. read more
Binding: Trade paperback
Publisher: The Museum at Lower Shaker Village, Enfield, NH
Date published: 1991
Description: Taylor, John S. (Illustrations by) Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Minor soiling. 12 p. Includes: illustrations, diagrams, maps. Pull out map of grounds; all text, illus, in green ink on white durable paper. stapled binding. read more
Edition: 2nd printing. V3234.
Binding: Mass-market paperback
Publisher: Pyramid Books., New York.
Date published: 1974
Description: Very good. Signed by previous owner. Prior owner light ink stamp. Light back cover denting. Mass-market (rack) paperback. 128 p. Health: A physical and spiritual approach to food inspiring both vegetarians and meat-eaters. Themes include: Etheric system; Posture; Eating Habits and Religion; Cravings for Sweets; Vegetarian food preparation; Digestion. read more
Description: Very Good. No dust jacket. Light top edge spotting. Dark pseudo-leather covers over boards. 305 p. Gold spine and front titles with decoration. Categories: Social Concerns; Psychology; Nature Study; Research; Religion and the Cosmos; Sex; Language; Great Discoveries; Publish or Perish; Management; Mathematics; Food and Nutrition; Faculty Concerns; Medicine. read more
Edition: 2nd printing.
Publisher: IBTS / Islamic Foundation of North America, Long Island City NY.
Date published: 2002
Description: Meehan, Patricia (Illustrations by). New. No dust jacket as issued. 92 p. Illustrated multiracial color cover drawing, 2 women. 9x12in. Mostly B&W outline drawings with language exercises. Published and distributed by International Books & Tapes Supply (ITBS) and produced by The Islamic Foundation of North America, this education resource for young school children illustrates and explains the traditional Muslim hygienic procedures preparing for and then saying daily prayers. Text for prayers ... read more
Edition: First edition.
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company.
Date published: 1936
Description: Good. No dust jacket. Though solid in durability, this volume must have hit a sea or two itself; water stains are consistent along both bottom and top edges, not into text. Minor waviness to lower edges. Spine VG. Good reading copy. No odor. 318 p. 22 cm. Light green cloth covered boards, black script titles. B&W frontispiece from painted portrait of author. Autobiographical: Holland-born Matisse traveled in search of God among a kaleidoscope of people, their cultures and faces, including ... read more
Edition: First edition. 1st printing.
Publisher: Grove Press.
Date published: 1989
Description: Very good in fine dust jacket. Near fiine book, flawed by darkened top page block. Blue cloth, tan paper over boards. Gold spine titles. 162 p. Audience: General/trade. Fiction set in a small Southern town in the 1940s, about a boy, David, naive but sharply observant. His father is off at war, his mother withdrawing, his Aunt Mae who could not reclaim her brief stage life of decades before all play out in sight of a neon Bible lighting up the night sky, made possible by church-goers who have ... read more
Binding: Trade paperback
Publisher: Franklin Institute Press., Philadelphia PA.
Date published: 1981
Description: Very good. Spine crease. Clean interior. Nice covers. 288 p. White covers, illustrated with color portrait of Franklin. Gold titles. 6.25x9.5in. Index of Historical Figures. RARE: Multiple authors contributed articles about Benjamin Franklin and his many areas of interest and influence beginning during the 18th century in Philadelphia: Science; Education; Experimental Religion; Political Journalism; Printing and Publishing; Agriculture; Post Office. Published in honor of Franklin's 275th birth ... read more
Edition: Original copyright 1907, Dowling. Reset 1964. 36th printing.
Publisher: DeVorss & Co., Santa Monica CA.
Date published: 1969
Description: Good. No dust jacket. Highlighting/underlining. Signed by previous owner. Minor corner and edge wear, showing board tips. Pencil bracketing, brief end paper notes. 270 p. This publication was first compiled by Eva S Dowling and Leo W Dowling. Subject Index near front. read more
Edition: Selections copyrighted 1923-1960. No print line.
Publisher: Harper & Brothers Publishers., New York.
Date published: 1960
Description: Very good in good dust jacket. Price clipped. Volume near fine. Top page block darkening. Clean interior, unmarked. Lower spine: 2-inches missing. Soiling edge wear to jacket. 320 p. Blue cloth over boards; stamped dark blue spine title box w/ horizontal gold bars top to bottom otherwise. To see life and the arts as "whole" in scope and "clear" in the details is the unusual perspective and skill, notes Morris Philipson in his Introduction, for which Aldous Huxley is rare. "...Huxley is a great ... read more
Description: Good. No dust jacket as issued. Highlighting/underlining. Crease to lower front corner. Light cover and edge wear. UNH Book Shop light ink stamp inside front. 369 p. Includes: index, bibliography. History / Religion / Arab Studies. An anthology with notes, both by the ditors and bibliographic notes after each chapter. Works are drawn from over 4 decades of Gibbs's articles. Gibb wasd former director of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at harvard University, and also had been Arabic ... read more
Edition: 1734 translation. No date, this edition. Early 20th century.
Publisher: A L Burt, Publisher., New York.
Description: Very good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Light reading wear to cover extremities. Minor cover blemishing. Right page block lower splash stain. Frontispiece plate from steel engraving, nice condition w/ protective tissue. Tightly bound. 539 p. Dark, tightly woven cloth over boards. Gold stamped spine titles and publisher series icon. Front blind-stamped embossed Burt icon. 20cm. Islam / Arabic Studies / Biography: Mohammed / Moslem / World Religions. Edition: Burt's Library of the ... read more
Edition: First edition. 'a' in print line.
Publisher: Crescent Books
Date published: 1981
Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. Spine has slight tilt. Glossy pictorial paper over boards. Photos of art and historic sites. Maps. Charts by region and date. Index. Blue endpapers. 6x8in. With engaging use of color tints and borderless photo images, this is an informative and useful guide not limited to "western" civilization. Wraparound color cover image is of Ancient Egyptian art. Reference tables: major wars, battles, Holy Roman Emperors, World Rulers, British Rulers, American Presidents ... read more
Edition: 1873, 1877, 1884, 1901
Publisher: Charles Foster Publishing Co, Philadelphia
Date published: 1901
Description: Faber, N. (frontispiece); Others; Fair. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by previous owner. Former owner: Miss Eliza Collins, Aug 1901, Prov RI; Covers soiled and stained; Gilt mostly faded. Endpapers beginning to separate. Front pages loose. 704 p., 21 cm. Includes 300 Illustrations. Index; Several publisher ad pages w/extensive text. Six hundred and Twenty-ninth Thousand. read more
Edition: First edition. Presumed 1st; no print line, no other date.
Publisher: Harvard University Press., Cambridge MA / London, England.
Date published: 1978
Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. Light soiling to page edge, right. Jacket has minor scuffing; Wear and short tears at top spine, jacket flap foldovers. Tan and charcoal cloth over boards. 698 p. B&W photos. Contributor info list; Index. Audience: General/trade. An academic non-fiction anthology with 37 international scholars contributing original essays, primarily writing about women in the Middle East. Section themes: Legal and socio-economic change; Historical perspectives; Case Studies: ... read more
Publisher: Unitarian Sunday-School Society / University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge, MA
Date published: 1882
Description: Very good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Blemish to back cover, 1-1.5in. circlular. Clean inside. 155 p. Includes: index, bibliography. 4.75x7.25in. Brown cloth covered boards, blind-stamped edge frame. Chronology table and Recommended references at front. Author: Professor of Hebrew Language and Literature, Harvard University. read more
Edition: Author prior copyright 1914, 1916, 1917, 1920.
Publisher: The Vedanta Centre / Ananda Ashrama., Boston / Los Angeles.
Date published: 1923
Description: Very good. No dust jacket. Lower front edge damp stain, barely visible; not carrying over inside. Slight binding compromise. 84 p. Dark blue cloth over boards. Black stamped titles. 5x7.5in. Spiritual. An original edition. Silent Living; Light Within. Reprinted from the Vedanta Monthly, "The Message of the East". Easily readable font size. 6 chapters. Author publication list near front. Rear 2 pages: similar publications by other authors. read more
Edition: First edition. 1st printing;
Publisher: Thomas Y Crowell, New York
Date published: 1962
Description: Galdone, Paul (Illustrated by) Fine. No dust jacket. 347 p. Includes illustrations. Illustrations in blue and black, touches of yellow, red, green. Quality paper & cover (blue cloth covered boards, yellow graphics & titles). read more
Edition: Periodical published monthly.
Publisher: The Arena Publishing Co, Boston, Mass
Date published: 1889
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. 118 p. Includes illustrations. Illustrated Ad pages at back: i-x and back cover inside and out. Front cover lists contents and next months feature (stamped in red). Text w/o illustrations. Ad section begins w/prospectus on The Arena this premier issue, "devoted to the discussion of living issues by the ablest thinkers of the day, " (editor). Lead this issue: "Agencies that are Working a Revolution in Theology w/frontispiece engraving of author: Rev. Minot J ... read more
Edition: First edition. No print line.
Publisher: John B Clarke., Manchester N.H.
Date published: 1875
Description: Fair. No dust jacket. Top 1.5 inches missing from spine. Small chip from lower spine gone. Corners expose boards. End papers foxed. 422 p. Design-stamped leather-like dark material over boards. Gold stamped state insignia, front, same blind-stamped on back board. Gold spine titles. U.S. Colonial and early State history: New Hampshire. Historian Edwin D. Sanborn was a Dartmouth College professor in Hanover, N.H. The first 200 pages offer pre-Constitution history. The latter half includes ... read more
Edition: No print line.
Publisher: Alliance Book Corporation / Longmans, Green and Co., New York / Toronto.
Date published: 1939
Description: Very good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Blind stamp, circle, of prior owner. Tight, clean w/ slight cover blemishing. 263 p. Gray cloth over boards. Blue apine and front titles. Philosophy, historical perspective: Historian H.G. Wells writes in his 14-page introduction that he was asked to set these thoughts down. In describing his perspective, he explains that he is direct, and intolerant of contradictions. This work was published on the threshold of World War II, and he explores ... read more
Edition: Tome Second, Septieme Edition; no date. Text: old print.
Publisher: Librarie Hachette., Paris.
Description: Very good. No dust jacket. 452 p. Includes: index, bibliography. Rebound wonderfully in brown and tan marbled leather; light green paper cover folded inside. Red woven marker ribbon. Religion: Circa late 19th century. The look and feel of this volume is of an earlier academic era. The binding is solid and newer, very sophiticated and durable. Gold spine titles appear hand-stamped and irregular. This volume was garnered from a collection that came to the U.S. from Cairo, Egypt. Many of the ... read more
Edition: 1st US edition. 1983 Copyright T&T Clark Ltd., Edinburgh.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Date published: 1983
Description: Fine in very good dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Sun-darkening to DJ spine. Prior owner name in pencil. First edition. Blue cloth over boards. White woven ribbon marker. Text in English, German. 411p. Color & B&W photo plates. Fold-out line art Mideast map. Designed with border notes (annotations, reference points). Audience: General/trade. Considered the foremost interpreter of the Mandaean religion, prevelant in more modern times (1980s and earlier discussed in this book) in Iraq, its ... read more
Edition: Sixieme Edition, de reproduction et d'adaption reserves.
Binding: Full leather
Publisher: Librairie Felix Alcan., Paris.
Date published: 1932
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Top page block surface stain only near spine. Age-toning to text pages. Tight, clean. A few light pencil marks, end papers. Light brown ribbed leather spine w/ slightly darker brown textured leather over boards. Gold stamped spine titles. 22mm. 346p. Red woven marker ribbon. Philosophie: Tables des Matieres--L'Obligation Morale, La Religion Statique, La Religion Dynamique, Remarques Finales Mecanique et Mystique. This classic work is one of a collection once ... read more