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161 Aptheker, Herbert. Mission to Hanoi. With Prefaces by Staughton Lynd and Thomas Hayden.
New York: International Publishers, 1966. 
Octavo, softbound, 128 pp. Illus. with b&w photos. Near-Fine, with age darkened edges. This is a revealing and exciting account of a people-to-people fact-finding journey to North Vietnam...[The authors] interviewed the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of (North) Vietnam and representatives of the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam in Hanoi, seeking their views on the fateful issue of our day, how to end the war in Vietnam.... 
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162 Aragon. Le Creve-Coeur et Les Yeux d'Elsa.
London: La France Libre, 1944. 
Duodecimo, printed wrappers, stapled (softbound), 140 pp. Prefaces d'Andre Labarthe et de Cyril Connolly for the first title; Preface d'Aragon for the second. Very Good. 
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163 Arantes, Tito. Balanco Duma Campanha Eleitoral. Discurso Pronunciado Na Sessao de Propaganda Eleitoral Promovida Pela Uniao Nacional No Palacio Dos Desportos De Lisboa, EM 5 De Novembro De 1953.
Lisboa: Comp. Nacional Editora, n.d. 
Octavo, paperbound (stapled printed wrappers), 19 pp. Very Good+, with former owner signature. 
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164 Arbell, Mordechai, comp. Spanish and Portuguese Jews in the Caribbean and the Guianas: A Bibliography. Edited for the John Carter Brown Library by Dennis C. Landis and Ann P. Barry.
Providence, RI: The John Carter Brown Library and Interamericas, (1999). First Edition. 
OCtavo, blue cloth (hardcover), xxiii, 160 pp. 10 b&w photos. Fine in dust jacket with mylar protector. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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165 Arbuthnot, Mary Hill; Flora Stone Mather College, Western Reserve University. Children and Books.
Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1947. 
Royal octavo, gray cloth (hardcover), brown labels to spine and upper cover, gilt letters, xiv, 626 pp. Very Good, with former-owner information in neat script to ffep., foxing (age darkened spotting). From Preface: Children and Books grew out of the tantalizing questions grown-ups are always asking: What kind of books do children like? How can we get our children to read more and better books? It also grew out of continuous observations of children choosing or rejecting books in their homes, nursery schools, libraries, and classrooms. It grew from watching artist-teachers using books with their pupils in such happy and meaningful ways that the children reached new heights of appreciation and taste. It grew from the eager response of college students to the beauty and fun of children's books. It grew from watching parents share their joy in books with their children, making book lovers of them by sheer contagion. And it grew primarily from liking children and books. Children are forthright creatures and their reactions to books are sometimes disconcerting and often amusing. Perhaps a little of their bounce has crept into this text and some of their enthusiasm for their favorites. If, indeed, enthusiasm seems to be the prevailing tone of the discussions, it is because it seemed best to spend little time analyzing the scores of poor or mediocre books, and to generalize about their sins en masse rather than to wrestle with them individually. So, for the most part, we are considering only those books which children value or might value if they encountered them at the right time... 
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166 Archibald, Fred. Rube Allyn's Good Camping in Florida. Fourteenth Edition, 1973. Approved by Great Outdoors Association.
St. Petersburg, Florida: Great Outdoors Publishing Co., 1973. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, full-color photo. illus. red & white wrappers), 152 pp. Fine (As New). From Foreword: The prime objective of this book is to put before the travelling camper a concise guide to campgrounds, attractions and other points of interest. Great Outdoors is in no way connected to any campground or attraction. We feel that by presenting the facts in a straightforward and honest manner we can help make your camping vacation easier and more enjoyable. In other words if a place is nice we try to say so and if it is less than nice we will try to warn the traveler. We tell it like it is. The book is divided into chapters according to highways. Each chapter will follow a highway north to south or west to east; the entries are in geographical sequence... 
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167 Archives Commission Appointed by Evansville Chapter of the American Red Cross. History of the Flood: Evansville Area, January, February 1937. Compiled by the Archives Commission Appointed by Evasville Chapter of the American Red Cross, Evansville, Indiana, 1937.
Evansville, Indiana: University of Evansville Press, 1977. 
Quarto, navy blue leatherette (hardcover), gilt letters and illus., x, 295 pp. Near-Fine, with former-owner inscription. Contents: Paul H. Schmidt, Chairman Evansville Red Cross; Preface; After Forty Years; Introduction; Diagram of Coliseum; Archives Commission on Tour of Investigation; The Evansville Flood: January 9 to February 20, 1937; How the Emergency was Met; Story of Rehabilitation; Chamber of Commerce Red Cross Committee; Personnel; Graphic Representation: Introduction, Pictures, Cartoons; The Great Flood of 1937 -- Sigeco News, March 1937; National Board of Fire Underwriters - Ohio River Valley Flood 1937; Gone with the Flood by Albert G. Hahn; Eighth Congressional District Flood Losses. **This volume's large size will require extra shipping fees for Expedited and International orders. 
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168 Aresenault, Raymond. The Wild Ass of the Ozarks: Jeff Davis and the Social Bases of Southern Politics.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, (1984). First Edition. 
Signed and Inscribed by the Author. Octavo, cloth & boards (hardcover), silver letters, 336 pp. Near-Fine, with light foxing (age darkened spotting), in a Good, mylar protected dust jacket with edgewear that includes chipping. From dust jacket: The saga of Jeff Davis is part of a much larger story -- the story of a political tradition that dominated Southern politics for nearly three quarters of a century. Along with “Pitchfork Ben” Tillman of South Carolina, “Fiddlin' Bob” Taylor of Tennessee, Tom Watson of Georgia, and James K. Vardaman of Mississippi, Davis served as a prototype for the Southern demagogue. His remarkable career influenced countless politicians including Huey Long, who was mesmerized by a Davis stump speechin 1911. The Wild Ass of the Ozarks is a biography of Jeff Davis and an analysis of the sources of his support. This is not the Civil War Jeff Davis (though many hillbilly voters thought so, to the candidate's benefit) but the late nineteenth-century, early twentieth-century populist. As attorney general and later as governor of Arkansas, Davis was a fiery trustbuster and all-around hell-raiser. THis is a book about the workings of state politics Southern-style, the power and contraditions of populist oratory, and the demography underlying the colorful politics. Rather than assume that a demagogue like Davis drew his support from the least educated, most rural people in the state, the author has labored hard with quantitative techniques to deduce a more subtle picture of Southern voting and of Southern life. The legendary backwardness of Arkansas and its people conceals significant differences in the political opinions of the residents of differet kinds of small towns and hamlets. Since the book begins during the Reconstruction era, it is also a book about race relations, black and white voting patterns, and racial attitudes. 
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169 Argote-Freyre, Frank. Fulgencio Batista: From Revolutionary to Strongman.
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (2006). 1st edition. 
Octavo, cloth & boards, xx, 388 pp. Photos, illus. Fine in dust jacket with mylar protector. 
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170 Ariail, Robert. Ariail Attack! More Cartoons by Robert Ariail. With an Introduction by Alex Sanders.
The State, (19992). First Edition. 
Signed by the Author. Oblong octavo, softbound (stiff, blue, illus. wrappers), 159 pp. Near-Fine. From lower cover: Day in, day out, Robert Ariail's cartoons enliven and illuminate the editorial pages of The State with graphic perception and wicked wit. Whether he's drawing a bead on local politicians or training his sights on presidents and politicos afar, his cartoons command attention because his pen is lethal and his aim unerring. These abilities have produced a large following within South Carolina and without, evidenced by his national and regional awards including The Society of Professional Journalists Green Eyeshade Award for best cartoon; The National Headliner Award for consistently outstanding editorial cartoons; and two awards in The Fischetti Editorial Cartoon Competition, which annually selects the ten best cartoonists in the nation. Ariail is a Columbia native and a Distinguished Alumnus of The University of South Carolina. In 1990, Ariail published his first collection of cartoons, Ariail View, which was an instant success selling nearly 5000 copies in three months and remaining Columbia's best seller for many weeks. In his introduction to Ariail Attack, Alex Sanders, Chief Judge of South Carolina's Court of Appeals, says the most threating inkmonger of them all -- particularly if the politician happens to be self-serving, self-important or otherwise overstuffed -- is the political cartoonist... Nobody does it with a sharper eye than Robert Ariail, at least nobody around here. Turn these pages and judge for yourself. 
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171 Arkwright, William. The Pointer and His Predecessors: An Illustrated History of the Pointing Dog from the Earliest Times.
London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1902. First Edition. Of a Limited Edition of 750, this is No. 81. 
Folio, bound by C. Walters in 3/4 green morocco & linen, gilt-decorated spine with dog devices in four of the panels, top edge gilt, uncut, xii, 237 pp. Thirty-nine plates. Near-Fine; corners bumped, bearing the bookplate of John M. Schiff. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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172 Armer, Laura Adams Farthest West. Illustrated by Sidney Armer.
New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1939. First Edition, stated. 
Royal octavo, green cloth (hardcover), illustrated endpapers, illus. frontis., ix + 190 pp. Very Good, with edgewear that includes light fraying to tips of spine, darkened endpapers, Illustrated. Dedicated to the members of Save-the-Redwoods League -- “that far-seeing group which knows the need of serving the Earth our Mother.” From the story: Pigeon Creek flowed westward toward the sea. Between shadowed banks green with deer ferns and lacy leaves of bleeding heart the mountain-born stream found its way. It ran past a small schoolhouse in a clearing, where stumps of giant redwoods told of a forest hewn down. Westward flowed the stream at the base of grassy hills dotted with Jersey cows, gazing within sight and sound of the ocean. Toward the beach ran Pigeon Creek, making a sudden leap to the sands over a bank smoked with lavender lupines. A Group of children with their teacher followed the stream until it reached the steep cliff. There they paused to gaze at the moving, restless sea. Florence said to Miss Luella: “The ocean looks like a lot of soapsuds ready to be blown into bubbles.” The little girl's blue eyes sparkled like the sea itself. Her yellow curls gleamed golden in the sunshine. “It reminds me of soapsuds, too,” answered the teacher. “The bubbles are full of color on a morning like this. We should have a wonderful time on the beach today. Shall we go?” On they ran, teacher and children glad of the holiday, glad of the March wind and sunlight. At the base of the cliff they again met the stream which hesitated as if awed by the breakers beating against the rocks. Where the cove opened out in sun-warmed stretches of sand, Pigeon Creek moved gently on to mingle its sweet waters with the brine of the Pacific. The children and Miss Luella took off their shoes and stockings and waded in the shallows. Above the noice of the pounding waves rose the sound of their laughter and shouting... 
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173 Armour and Company. Armour's Star Bacon Recipes.
Chicago: Department of Food Economics, Armour & Co., n.d. [ca. 1920.] 
Duodecimo, yellow wrappers, stapled, 16 pp. Color illustrations. Very Good. 
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174 Armour, Richard. It All Started with Hippocrates: A Mercifully Brief History of Medicine. With Illustrations by Campbell Grant.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, (1966). First Edition, Stated. 
Octavo, black cloth & green boards (hardcover), 136 pp. Near-Fine, with light foxing (age darkened spotting) to page edges; in a Fine (As New) dust jacket. From dust jacket: Blending impeccable fact with outrageous imagination and scintillating turn of phrase, [noted historian, Richard Armour] draws upon his own acquaintance with medicine (for sixteen years he has been writing for Postgraduate Medicine) to explore the development of the healing arts from the Stone Age (when anesthetics were primitive and occasionally permanent) to Medicare and diagnosis by computer. He makes a merry shambles of the consulting rooms of all the great physicians of history, and shakes the labs with laughter. Incorporating all he has learned from the reading of heavy medical histories, Richard Armour has given us a light book, a bright book... 
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175 Armstrong, Anthony. Prangmere Mess and Other Tales.
London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., (1943). 
Octavo, gray cloth (hardcover), 100 pp. Near-Fine, with former-owner bookplate; in a Very Good dust jacket with darkened spine and light rubbing. 
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176 Armstrong, Blair Morton; Editor and Comp. Arizona Anthem. With a Foreword by Lowell Thomas and Historical Introductions by Dr. Charles C. Colley.
Scottsdale, Arizona: The Mnemosyne Press, (1982). First Edition. One of a Limited Edition of 3000. 
Inscribed and signed by Blair Morton Armstrong. Quarto, black-stamped bronzed boards, xxix, [i blank], 543, xxxi-lxiv pp. Illustrations. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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177 Arneth, Alfred Ritter von. Anton Ritter von Schmerling. Epsoden aus seinem Leben. 1835. 1848-1849.
Wien: F. Tempsky, 1895. 
1st edition. Octavo, cloth, marbled edges, ribbon-marker, xvi, 343 pp. Portraits. Very Good. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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178 Arnold, C. E. and Fred P. Lawrence. Pecan Production in Florida. Circular 280-B, May 1974.
Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, 1974. 
Octavo, paperbound (brown & white illus. stapled wrappers), 31 pp. Very Good. Contents: Botany; Adaptation; Planting the Orchard; Managing the Bearing Orchard; Fertilizer Requirements; Herbicides; Rejuvenation of Neglected Orchards; Spanish Moss in Pecan Trees; Thinning and Pruning; Propagation; Insect and Disease Recommendations. 
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179 Arnold, Dieter. The Pyramid of Senwosret I. With contributions by Dorothea Arnold and an appendix by Peter F. Dorman.
New York: The Metropolitan Musuem of Art, 1988. Egyptian Expedition, Volume XXII, The South Cemeteries of Light, Volume I. First Edition. 
Folio, gray cloth (hardcover), 156 pp., 105 plates (some folding). 6 fold-out plates in rear pocket. Near-Fine; ex-library copy, bearing a rear pocket and no other marks, in a Fine dust jacket. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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180 Arnold, Frederic. Doorknob Five Two.
Los Angeles: S. E. Maxwell, (2001). 11th printing. 
Signed by the author. Octavo, softbound, xvi, 274 pp. Photos, map. Fine. 
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