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Tehran: Imp. Majless, 1956. 318p., red plastic cover with embossed title, paper evenly toned, fold-out maps at end, one a general overview (torn but complete) and the other a map of Tehran. Fourth edition. Includes a section on history, putting the coup against Mossadegh in a positive light as "assistance"...
Ebute Metta: Railway Printer Nigerian Railway Corp. [1960s]. 48p. including covers, 10.5x8 inches landscape format, illustrated with drawings and photos, simple poetic sentences describing the people and sights of Nigeria by rail, mildly worn and soiled, stapled white pictorial wraps. Three copies located in OCLC as of 4/2014.
Philadelphia / Richmond VA: Published by Benjamin Warner, William Greer, Printer. 1818. 331, 298p., duodecimo 5.5x3.5 inch polished calf boards in matching design, edgeworn, foxed, all hinges and joints are cracked, spine panels chipped, no legible titling, and v.I has cracked-through readers' creases to spine panel (though textblocks are sound)...
Gerona: Dalmau Carles y Comp.--Editores, 1914. Paperback. 284p., illustrated with vignette b&w photos and ads (fuzzily reproduced), fancy map in colors (with near-illegible legends), softbound in 6.5x4.5 inch decorated wraps. Cover somewhat edgeworn, paperstock toned, rear wrap has begun to split at the joint; a good-only copy.
San Francisco: The Porpoise Bookshop, 1957. 32p. includes covers, 4.25x5.5 inches, period woodcuts (a fine selecion), brief history, lots on various fish, includes a recipe for cioppino by Patricia Evans at rear; very good little handbook in stapled white pictorial wraps. Evans was born in Wisconsin and educated in San...
Glencoe: The Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, 1979. 36p., closely-printed, 8x5.5 inch booklet in stapled green wraps embellished with a fuzzy repro, upper corner darkly stained affecting all leaves, some offset soil and crimping. Serviceable copy. Twenty accounts, one to three pages, Thomas Tucker 1655 to A. Goodrich Freer 1902.