Bandung: G. Kolff & Co., [195-]. Eight different stories, including Air angat, Puteri Pinang masak, Ikan emas adjaib, Riwajat batang harau, Katjang adjaib, Nji Lara Kidul, Sungai djernih, and Terompak si Abu Kasim. Illustrations by the Dutch illustrator Tilly Dalton. Each booklet is approximately 4x6 inches, staplebound, paper evenly toned...
Lampung, Indonesia: Hua Lien Middle School, 2003. 39p., fully illustrated glossy brochure discussing the Chinese-Indonesian school's history, introducing its staff, etc. 8x12 inches. Congratulatory messages and ads occupy a significant portion of the publication. Text is mostly in Chinese with some Bahasa portions. Music and lyrics to school anthem also included.
Ithaca: Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute; Joint Committee on Southeast Asia; Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 1991. 158p., very good in wraps, 8.5x11 inches. From the library of Chinese American scholar Him Mark Lai with the Lai estate's donation stamp on title page.
New York: Youth Against War & Fascism, 1966. Magazine. 30p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with b&w photos; very good in staplebound wraps. Cover collage of photos related to aerospace companies and their complicity in bombing Vietnam. Much on the Vietnam War, the crushing of Indonesian leftists, and much more.
n.p. Inter-Governmental Coordinating Committee, Southeast Asia Regional Cooperation in Family and Population; Carolina Population Center, International Fertility Research Program, 1977. 79p., staplebound booklet, edgeworn wraps. Numerous changes to text made by pasting correction slips to the page.
[Jakarta?]: Departemen Penerangan, 1953. 245p., hardcover, bookplate of Karl J. Pelzer (with design signed M. Blos), internal markings of Trinity University Library. Single volume of the series, this one devoted to Sunda Ketjil province. Includes geographical and ethnic information, flora and fauna, etc. Illustreted with black and white photos.
Bandung: G. Kolff & Co., [195-]. Six different stories, including Air angat, Ikan emas adjaib, Riwajat batang harau, Katjang adjaib, Nji Lara Kidul, and Sungai djernih. Illustrations by the Dutch illustrator Tilly Dalton. Each booklet is approximately 4x6 inches, staplebound, paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Text in Indonesian. Generally...
Havana: Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America, 1972. 48p., staplebound wraps, very good. The slender bulletin format, rather than the thicker theoretical journal with the same title. Articles on revolutionary movements in Latin America, Asia and Africa. This issue includes a piece on Indonesia...
Cupertino: California History Center & James Silverman, children's book historian, 1988. Paperback. Facsimile reproduction: 64p., three vignette pix in repro, p. ads in facsimile, 5x3.5 inch perfectbound squareback in glossy white wraps printed red and gilt, a very good copy. First issued in San Francisco by publisher Hutchings & Rosenfield...
Kuching: Tamar Media Sdn. Bhd. 2000. Paperback. xxx, 227p., profuse vitae with vignette photo-portraits, the first couple of dozen are in color the rest b&w, alkaline coated paperstock throughout. Text apologizes: some Sarawak notables declined to be portrayed (their loss). Text boasts: nobody paid to be included. A sizeable paperbound...