the newsletter, 1951. Four issues, each mimeographed on 8x13 inch sheets, 4 to 6 pages each, mild handling wear, occasional closed edge tears. Issues present are vol. 25 nos. 4-7 (April 27-30, 1951). Newsletter with world news briefs, especially updates on the Korean War at a time when Chinese troops...
[London]: [Victoria and Albert Museum], . Paperback. Unpaginated, glossy paperstock throughout with color exhibit photography (several folded plates) and tripple-column text; 9.5x9.7 inch glossy decorated wraps, somewhat edgeworn with corner-tips bumped. Folded plates are undamaged, a good copy.
Keijo-fu: Chosen Bijutsu Tenrankai, 1925. 145 leaves, plus unpaginated sections; bound in cloth-covered boards, tied with string; cloth abraded at the edges of the boards; textblock is very good, illustrated in black and white. Catalog from an annual arts exhibition in Japanese-occupied Korea, this being the fourth year. Text in Japanese.
New York: Committee For A Democratic Far Eastern Policy, 1952. 36p., staplebound wraps mildly worn. Single issue of the digest-sized magazine sympathetic to Asian communist movements. Uses media quotes from army and political figures to argue that the war was an offensive launched by the US for reasons of imperialism...
New York: Committee For A Democratic Far Eastern Policy, 1948-50. Eight issues of the digest-sized magazine sympathetic to Asian communist movements. Generally good, several issues with minor tears or edge damage, occasional pencil markings; others very good. Issues present are vol. 4 no. 4, vol. 5 nos. 6, 8-10, and...
Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, 2003. 150p., 9x6 inch plain printed journal wraps; a fine copy. English-language text. This issue comprised of "Thoughts" about Putin's PRC visit, Russia-China-India "trilateralism," Korea as regards Russia, Korea and soccer, China's economic growth and a continuation of previously-published article on the "Doctrine of the...
Seoul: Gugjeong gyogwaseo jusig hoesa, 1963. Four volumes from the Korean language educational series, pages toned, otherwise very good. Also included is a 1965 later edition of 3-1, with several pages of notes laid in by John Jamieson, later of UC Berkeley, as well as an earlier version of 3-2...
Seoul: Haep'yong Yun Ssi Taedongbo Kanhaeng Wiwonhoe, 1983. Four large hardcover volumes, averaging around 1,000 pages apiece, very good in original slipcases, text in Korean. Handsome genealogical treatise. A 2005 edition appeared in six volumes, but this is the complete 1983 edition.
Seoul, Korea: Hagwonsa, 4292 . 22, 1450 p., hardcover in worn slipcase; illustrations include several color plates taken from Western works as well as numerous black and white photos and line drawings of Korean origin. One folded page loose but present. Large compendium on family medicine. OCLC lists only one holding at Columbia University.