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London: London General Press, n.d. [1928?]. 60 p., wraps, cover slightly browned and creased, corners bumped, spine panel chipped, residue from staples on first page. Introduction by Rt. Hon. H.P. Macmillan, essays by J.G. Pearce, Robert Allan, John Butler, J. Williamson, Alan Andrews. The credits on the essays by Butler.....
Durham: Duke University Press, 1975. 176p., plain printed journal wraps, faintest signs of handling. Susan Socolow "Economic activities of the porteno merchants : the viceregal period" about 23p.; John Fisher "Silver production in the viceroyalty of Peru, 1776-1824" about 17p.; William Dudley "Institutional sources of officer discontent in the Brazilian...
Philadelphia: E.F. Houghton & Co., 1933. 48p., staplebound booklet format, very good, minor toning and handling wear. Editorial-heavy periodical published by the industrial manufacturer, with the intended audience described as executives at other industrial firms. This issue includes a critique of Technocracy as "an engineer's utopia."
[Madrid]: Ministerio de Cultura, Dirección General de Bellas Artes y Archivos, 1983. 177p., illustrated with folded line-maps and tables, 11x8 inch wraps lightly shelfworn, foxing to front endpaper and textblock edges; ownership label on front endpaper blacked out, interior otherwise clean. Text in Spanish.
Buffalo, NY: the converence, 1980. Paperback. iii, 63p., softbound in plain printed blue wraps, 8.5x5.5 inches. Covers a little sunned with front corner-tip clipped away and leaf underneath (titlepage) correspondingly toned. Appendix 2 bears a couple light bracket-lines. Good sound copy. Conference report: Unesco.
Barcelona: Consorcio de la Zona Franca, September 1929. Pamphlet. 23p., glossy cream paperstock (alkaline, completely untouched by age) with text in three languages, illustrated with two fullpage artist's renderings of the port "as it will be in the future," both aerial perspectives, one in color, plus two photographs of extant...
New York: International Publishers, 1984. Paperback. 111p., pocketsize wraps, very good condition. Contributions by Dick Barry, Claude Billault, Emil Bjarnason, Jack Carr, Ernest DeMaio, Antonio Gershenson, Sam Gindin, Masuo Kato, Alain Stern, [and] Gregory Tarpinian. New world paperbacks.
Édition du Bulletin Hongrois, . 73p., 8x10.75 inches, mimeographed pages, tables, text in French, 11x8 inch plain printed wraps; many of the mimeo'd pages are poorly executed and scarcely legible. Entire item is exceedingly fragile and yellowed, splits and chips in abundance. As is, reading copy only. Postwar collectivization of...