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181 Art Gallery of New South Wales. Melanesian Art. Art Gallery of New South Wales, April 20-May 22 1966.
New South Wales, 1966. 
Octavo, paperbound (stiff, illus., stapled wrappers), 24 pp. Very Good, with sunned spine and edges and inked through former-owner signature. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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182 Arter, Bill. Columbus Vignettes.
Columbus, Ohio: Bill Arter, (1966). First Edition. 
Quarto, grey illus. cloth (hardcover), 96 pp. Fine (As New); in a Very Good dust jacket with very lightly rubbed edges. Illustrated. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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183 Arthur, John Preston. Western North Carolina, A History, from 1730 to 1913.
Asheville, NC: The Edward Buncombe Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1914. 
Octavo, navy blue cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 709 pp. Very Good+, with light foxing (age darkened spotting). 
Price: 50.00 USD
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184 Arthur, T. S. Words for the Wise.
London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1866. 
Duodecimo, blind- and gilt- stamped brown cloth, 204 pp., ads. Very Good; front hinge very tender. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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185 Artman, L. P., Jr. Old Key West Stories.
Published by the Author, 1975. 
Quarto, paperbound (stapled, illus. white wrappers), 16 pp. Near-Fine, with darkened edges. Illustrated. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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186 Arx, Ferdinand von. Bilder aus der Solothurner Geschichte. Zusammengestellt und herausgegeben vom Historischen Verein des Kantons Solothurn
Solothurn, Switzerland: Buch- und Kunstdruckerei Union AG., 1939. 
2 volumes. 1st edition. Octavo, softbound, xv, 595 pp. + [622] pp. Very Good; few marginal notes. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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187 Ashabranner, Brent. Born to the Land: An American Portrait. Photographs by Paul Conklin.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1989. First Impression. 
Square octavo, green cloth & blue boards, silver letters, 134 pp. B & w illus. Fine in like dust jacket. A photo-journalist tribute to American ranching and Farming, set in southwestern New Mexico. ‘In words and pictures, the author and photographer portray a community with deep pioneer roots and tell the story of the people who live there today, people determined that the way of life they know and love will not perish...' 
Price: 10.00 USD
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188 Ashbery, John. Description of a Masque. With Watercolor Woodblock Prints by Jane Freilicher.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1998. 
Of an edition of 300 printed on handmade paper, this is No. 170. It is signed by both the author and the artist. Folio, light gray linen with oasis title label inset, [44] pp. Illustrated with three of Freilicher's watercolors made into multicolor woodblocks. Fine in linen slip case with oasis label inset. 
Price: 1400.00 USD
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189 Ashbery, John. Description of a Masque. With Watercolor Woodblock Prints by Jane Freilicher.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1998. Of an edition of 300 printed on handmade paper by Dan Carr and Julia Ferrari at Golgonooza Foundry & Press, this is No. 170. 
It is signed by both the author and the artist. Folio, light gray linen (hardcover) with oasis title label inset, [44] pp. Illustrated with three of Freilicher's watercolors made into multicolor woodblocks. Fine in linen slip case with oasis label inset. 
Price: 700.00 USD
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190 Ashdown, Peter. Caribbean History in Maps.
London: Longman Caribbean, (1988). 
Oblong quarto, softbound, iv, 84 pp. Very Good. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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191 Ashley, Keith H. and Vicki L. Rolland; eds. The Florida Anthropologist. Volume 66, Nos. 1-2.
Gainesville: Florida Anthropological Society, 2013. 
Quarto, softbound, 79 pp. Photos., illus. Fine. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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192 Ashton, Jacqueline. Boca Raton Pioneers and Addison Mizner.
Boca Raton: Boca Raton History Book / St. Andrews Country Club, (1984). Revised edition. 
Quarto, stiff color-illustrated wrappers, stapled, 32 pp. Photos. Near-Fine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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193 Ashton, Jacqueline. Boca Raton Pioneers and Addison Mizner.
Boca Raton: Boca Raton History Book / St. Andrews Country Club, (1984). Revised edition. 
Quarto, stiff color-illustrated wrappers, stapled, 32 pp. Photos. Near-Fine. Florida history. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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194 Ashton, John. Old Times: A Picture of Social Life at the End of the Eighteenth Century.
New York: Scribner & Welford, 1885. First American Edition. 
Octavo, gilt-stamped red cloth, rebacked with red cloth, calf label, top edge gilt, uncut, xii + 354 pp. Frontis and 87 full-page plates. Very Good; corners bumped. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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195 Ashworth, Chris. AVRO's Maritime Heavyweight: The Shackleton.
Aston Publications, (1990). Number 6 of a limited edition of 100 signed copies for The Shckleton Association. 
Quarto, leatherbound, gilt letters, 247 pp. Fine, with bookplate, in a Near-Fine, price-clipped dust jacket. From dust jacket: When the Shackleton is finally made redundant by the Boeing Sentry AEW.1 in 1991 it will have completed 40 years of frontline operational service with the Royal Air Force -- an achievement without parallel amongst four-engined ‘heavies' and undreamed of when the aircraft was first projected in 1944. In 11 fully illustrated chapters this book details the development and service history of this long-lived aircraft, covering not only the maritime reconnaissance role for which it was originally inteneded, but also its use for air-sea rescue, trooping, colonial policing and airborne early warning. Three additional chapters explore the Shackleton's operations with the South African Air Force, it suse on research work, and projects. Nine appendices provide extensive information on specifications, performance, colour schemes and markings, production contracts and, last but not least, individual histories of every Shackleton built -- invaluable for model makers and old Shackleton ‘hands' interested in discovering just what did happen to ‘their' aircraft. The book contains over 250 illustrations, has four pages of full-colour artwork and a magificent cut-away drawing. Diagrams illustrate the usage of the aircraft during SAR and maritime operations... 
Price: 30.00 USD
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196 Ashworth, Chris. RAF Coastal Command, 1936-1969.
Patrick Stephens Limited, (1992). 
Octavo, blue boards (hardcover), gilt letters, 256 pp. Fine, with bookplate; in a Fine dust jacket. From dust jacket: Although RAF Coastal Command existed for 33 years, playing a key role throughout the SEcond World War and beyond, it was little known by the general public or understood by the rest of the Royal Air Force. Formed in 1936, it as still a small reconnaissance force at the outbreak of war, operating almost exlusively on behalf of the Royal Navy. But gradually “Coastal” became an essential part of offensive maritime operations against both the German U-boats and surface shipping. The closing of the Atlantic Gap in 1941-2 and the successful Bay of Biscay operations helped force the U-botas on to the defensive and prevent them starving Britain of food and the means to fight -- while the Strike Wing concept was vital in the battle against the enemy's coastal shipping. The Command had responsibility for “weather” flights. It also undertook photo reconnaissance, and air-sea rescue throughout a parish that stretched from Iceland to the Azores. Post-war came the inevitable contraction, but the Command was still a viable force when its assets were handed over to No 18 (Maritime) Group in 1969. The impressive wartime story covers the “reign” of four commanders: Bowhill, Joubert, Slessor, and Sholto Douglas. Woven into the text are the effects of external pressures on forward planning and daily operations -- although taxed with crucial and dangerous work, Coastal Command was always the Cinderella when it came to funding. Also considered in detail are the weapons, equipment and tactics deployed and, post-war, the development of the Shackleton and NImrod... 
Price: 15.00 USD
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197 Ashworth, William. An Economic History of England, 1870-1939.
London: Methuen & Co., [1960]. First Edition. 
Octavo, red cloth (hardcover), vi, 438 pp. Very Good; Preface and first page of text have red ink underlining; dust jacket is chipped and faded. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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198 Aspinall-Oglander, Br.-General C. F. Military Operation Gallipoli. History of the Great War Series. [Three volumes].
London: Imperial War Museum & Nashville: Battery Press, (1992). 
Reprint of the 1929-32 edition. Three volumes. Octavo, red cloth, xvii, 380 pp + xv, 517 pp + 11 folding maps. Photographs, sketches, maps. First two volumes are primarily text with photos and sketches; third volume is a solander case containing 11 folding maps. Near-Fine, with bookplates. *This three volume set will require additional postage fees to mail internationally. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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199 Asquith, Margot. Margot Asquith, An Autobiography. [Full Set of Four Volumes].
New York: George H. Doran Company, (1920). First American Edition. 
Octavo, red cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, uncut, 276 pp + 282 pp + 239 pp + 227pp. Volumes I and II: Fine, in Very Good dust jackets with foxing & slightly rubbed edges. Volumes III has 1/2 chip to lower spine and its dust jacket has a tear along the upper spine, otherwise, both book and dust jacket are in nice condition, with light edgewear. Volume IV is in Near-Fine condition in a Very Good dust jacket with foxing & lightly rubbed edges. All are housed in their original, but broken & rubbed boxes. Pages pertaining to the volume have been clipped from The Yale Review and enclosed with the volumes. From Yale Review: A woman who has lived all her life among people of note and events of importance, who has been a lively and attractive figure in a lively and attractive society, whose alert mind is reinforced by keen powers of observation, who has no sense of reserve, no passion for accuracy, and no standard of taste, can hardly fail to write an entertaining book... 
Price: 85.00 USD
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200 Association General Offices. A Policy on Arterial Highways in Urban Areas: American Association of State Highway Officials.
Washington, D.C.: Association General Offices, 1957. 
Octavo, burgundy flexible cloth, gilt letters, edge index, 558 pp. Near-Fine, with light rubbing along edges. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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