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New York: League of Nations Association, April 15, 1932. Single sheet folded to make 8-panel brochure, 4x9 inches, corners worn. Not found in OCLC. Addresses the recent Japanese conquest of Manchuria, in question-and-answer format, discussing the international outcry over Japan's moves but apparent international paralysis over a response.
Freiburg: Herder, 1899. Hardcover. An especially nice exemplar of the first edition in its original dust jacket: xiii, 531p., plates as called for including color frontis and (bound in at back) a folded world map in colors. Bound in also are perhaps a dozen sepia terraine maps with added spot-colors.....
Taipei: National Museum of history, 1988. Hardcover. 96p., glazed paperstock with captioned color exhibit photography, introduction and captions in Chinese and English. Hardbound in 10.5x7.7 inch blue boards gilt and dust jacket; jacket has a tiny worn spot at the head, clean and sound, a very good copy.
Tokyo: Hokuseido Press, 1933. Hardcover. 241p., publisher's colophon tipped-in at rear (in characters and English), first edition in black cloth boards with red titles on spine; spine titling rubbed with the word "Stories" rubbed off, offsetting to endpapers, ownership name in holograph at half-title, short marginal tear at leaf vii/viii.....
Taibei: [1994-?]. 83p., mostly photographs, text in Chinese and English, very good in wraps, inscribed by the artist in Chinese next to her photo on the page facing the table of contents. Collection of colorful and often three-dimensional works of art formed from dyed and carved leather.
New York: Time Incorporated, 1941. Magazine. Softcover item: 192p., the usual lavish color and b&w photogravure production; 13x10.5 inch wraps with cover illustration credit to Dmitri Kessel; rather edgeworn with rolled spine and vertical cover crease affecting several adjacent leaves. Good-only copy. Find a stunning Artyzbasheff double-spread in fiery color.....
New York: New York University Press, 2009. xii, 356p., illustrated with line maps and b&w photography, softbound in 8x5 inch decorated wraps. Careless storage has allowed book to be badly bumped at the head, creasing top margins of cover and first twenty leaves, nothing torn just bent. It would have.....
New York: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of Intercourse and Education, 1948. Magazine. Pp.301-380, printed on calendared paperstock; softbound in 7.6x5.2 inch staplebound wraps, staples touched by rust, slight crimping and faint stains in text, a very good copy. "The international control of narcotic drugs may at first sight.....
Girard: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1943. 31p., 3.5 x 5 inch wraps, very good. Little blue book no. 1785. McCabe uses the example of Japan to ridicule racist notions of racial purity, arguing that they are among the most miscegenated of races yet have taken the world by storm. Argues that religious.....