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[Mongolia]: n.p., 1987. 3.75x9 inch card, printed on one side, with a blue and white depiction of a woman in Mongolian dress waving a scarf under the emblem of the 1987 Congress held in Moscow. These cards were printed for distribution by the Mongolian delegates to others they met in Moscow.
[London-?]: the bulletin, 1965-66. Ten issues of the staplebound mimeographed bulletin, 8x13 inches, the name of professor [Arash] Bormanshinov handwritten at the top of each issue. Issues present are May-December 1965 and January and March 1966. Several issues have occasional pen marginalia. Updates on diplomatic affairs, Mongolian internal policies, major...
Ulaanbaatar: Gegeerliin Iamny khevlel, 1960. 13p., 7.5x10.25 inches, colorfully illustrated children's book in wraps; mild wear, spine ends splitting, generally very good. Mongolian-language tale, translated from the Russian, of a robotic boy (the cover somewhat reminiscent of a high-tech Pincchio and his creator). Not found in OCLC.
Ulaanbaatar: BNMAU-yn I.V. Staliny nerezhmit [i.e. Neremzhit] Ulsyn Niitiin Nomyn San, 1983. 34p., very good in wraps. On the J.V. Stalin Library (State Central Library of Mongolia) which had been named after Stalin in 1949. Includes somewhat crudely reproduced black and white photos of rare Mongolian and Tibetan manuscripts, library.....
Bloomington, IN: The Mongolia Society, 1965-67. Vol. IV nos. 1 and 2, and vol. V double issue 1/2 of the journal, 8.5x11 inches, very good but for small stain on cover of eariest issue. 28, 30 and 57 pages respectively. The premiere journal of western Mongolists, these issues including articles...
Bloomington, IN: The Mongolia Society, 1965-67. Vol. IV no. 1 and vol. V nos. 1/2 of the journal, 8.5x11 inches, mildly worn wraps, interior very good. 28 and 57 pages respectively. The premiere journal of western Mongolists, these issues including articles on post-revolutionary poetry, a chronology and bibliography of th...