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State College PA: The Journal of the American Philatelic Society, 1970. Entire issue; professionally cased into titled buckram boards with utilitarian titling, marbled endsheets over cloth hinges, a nice job. Cover titling promotes an article by Malcolm MacGregor, "South Polar expoloration and explorers" rather than the featured story. Pp. 569-664.....
Pilgrim Enterprises, 1983. 57p., slender illustrated paperback, very good but for some exterior fading and minor toning. Self-published children's book, citing Tuskegee airman Raymond Williams as a consultant. We find only two holdings of a later revised edition (which used the same ISBN) in OCLC as of November 2020.
New York: the review, 1998. Single page, three columns, about 1200 words. Entire 14.5 x 1075 inch staplebound magazine, mild edgewear, subscriber's mailing label. Mailed flat if requested. Jim Hall --chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board-- just barely keeps up his end of an ongoing exchange of ideas; his.....
Chicago: Imprint Publications, 2005. Paperback. xiii, 235p., professionally-printed softbound, 9x6 inch glossy wraps. Unmarked, undamaged, an as-new copy. Ten essays, including one by Khrushchev's son Sergei, Qiang Zhai on PRC/US relations during Ike's presidencies, Clayton Laurie on Ike and the CIA, R. Cargill Hall on the U2 flights.
New York: Street & Smith Publishers, [circa 1899 - 1917]. Paperback. 229p. [+ads]paperback in pictorial wraps, paper evenly toned, last few pages poorly cut by the binder, unopened with protruding edges in upper right hand corner. According to Gottesman, this edition of "Adrift in Midair" is a reprint of the.....
New York: RCA Institutes Technical Press, 1937 - 1940. Magazine. About 125 pages each, identical formatting, coated paperstock throughout with numerous b&w photos, diagrams and charts. Softbound in 9x6 inch plainish printed wraps; the first two items are damp-damaged with adhesions, v.I n.4 seriously (all adhesions are parted, but in.....
no city: Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employes, 1975. Pamphlet. 179p. [plus twelve numbered blanks], small fat booklet in 6.5x4.5 inch stapled cardstock wraps, paperstock mildly toned else little sign of age or handling, clean and unmarked, a very good copy.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1944. 430p., first edition openweave cloth boards with printed spine label; much-handled, titling illegible, has a "Property of U. S. Govt." stamp and other more subtle evidence of having been part of a military lending library, but it remains a readable copy. German exile novel.....