[Medellin, Colombia: 1992]. Proof of the law's inability to constrain Escobar, surely comes in no stranger format than... Read More about Pablo Escobar Gaviria en Caricaturas 1983-1991
Plymouth: Bowering and Co. [Naval and Military] Printers, 1901. Only edition. Printed for private circulation. Apparently unrecorded little work concerning itself with three and a half years of sport in a ship of the Royal Navy on “South-East Coast of America station”, including the Falkland Islands and calls into the..... Read More about Records of a Sporting Commission. H.M.S. Flora 1898-1901
n.p: Ca. 1950. Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978), pre-eminent fashion artist, was born in Lima, Peru. He began training as an architect at the University of Louvain, Belgium, but returned to Peru at the outbreak of World War I, where he changed his studies from architecture to art. In 1918 he came..... Read More about Town & Country magazine: original cover treatments, pencil and gouache on paper of a cluster...
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1873. Read More about The Coast of Brazil. From Cape Orange to Rio Janeiro. Volume I. Compiled at The United States...
London: Methuen, [1930. First edition. Grubb went to South America as a missionary with World Dominion Movement and travelled from the Upper Amazon through Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela. Read More about Amazon and Andes
London: Printed for John Hearne, 81, Strand; by J.F. Dove, St. John's Square, 1823. First edition. Guatemala attained independence fromn Spain in 1821 as part of the Federal Republic of Central America. It existed from September 1823 to 1841, and was a republican democracy. It is also sometimes incorrectly referred..... Read More about A Statistical History of the Kindom of Guatemala, in Spanish America
London: Wyman & Sons, 74-76 Great Queen Street, 1888. First edition. Inscribed, with two original photographs. INSCRIBED, "Don Ramon Goenaza Consul de Columbia con sentimientos ... del autor." Read More about The Amazon Provinces of Peru as a Field for European Emigration. A Statistical and Geographical...
1837. Adriaan David van der Gon Netscher was a member of the Netscher family, a Dutch military family that traces its heritage back to the 1600s. Adriaan David was a naval officer honorably discharged in 1848 and a member of the Court of Police in British Guyana, where he painted..... Read More about Public Building, Demerara, British Guyana
London: Jarrolds, . Read More about Ecuador the Unknown
Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co, 1824. Third Edition. Read More about Extracts from a Journal written on the Coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico, in the Years 1820,...
Demerara: "The Argosy" Company, Limited, 1904. First edition. Rare. Read More about The Fishes of British Guiana
London: Chapman and Hall, 1892. First edition. Read More about The Naturalist in La Plata
Amsterdam: 1822. First edition in Dutch (published in London in 1819). Read More about Reis in Palestina, Syrië en Egypte, gedaan in het jaar 1817. Met vele bijvoegselen en...
Paris: chez Rodriquez, 1818. First edition, signed with author's monogram beneath printed statement of authenticity. Observations on South America from an enlightened scholar, with a critical comparison of the development of the North American colonies with those of the South. Written in response to M. de Pradt's work, entitled Des..... Read More about Lettres à M. L'Abbé de Pradt par un Indigène de L'Amérique du Sud
Philadelphia: Childs & Peterson, 1857. First edition. Read More about Brazil and the Brazilians Portrayed in Historical and Descriptive Sketches
Valparaiso: Imprenta del Universo de Guillermo Helfmann, 1896. First separate edition. Published the same year in the Verhandlungen des deutschen wissenschaftlichen Vereins zu Santiago de Chile, vol. III, pp. -238. Inscribed to John Wesley Powell. Collection of mythological tales and animal folk tales told by Kalvun, a Pehuenche Indian from..... Read More about Araukanische Märchen und Erzählungen mitgeteilt von Segundo Jara (Kalvun) gesammelt und...
London: Blackie and Son Paternoster Building, E.C, 1874. Borba: "Paul Marcoy is the pseudonym of L. de Saint-Cricq, who also used the name 'Carmoy.' He was a companion of Castelnau. After a life of hazards and adventure, Marcoy lived quietly as 'Inspector of the Pordeaux Botanica Gardens.' In this lively..... Read More about A Journey across South America from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. [Translated from the French
Lima: 1608-09. A rare survival: a manuscript commentary on Thomas Aquinas’ Summa Theologiae by an eminent Peruvian Jesuit. The work forms a discussion of the First Part of the Second Part, Questions 1-5 – namely, “De ultimo fine hominis” which focuses on the question of human happiness (“beatitude”)Clearly a working..... Read More about Commentarii una cum Quaestionibus in 1 & 2a Diui Thomae a quaestione 1a De Ultimo fine hominis
London: Longmans & Co, 1871. First edition. Read More about Travels in Uruguay, South America; together with an account of the present state of sheep-farming...
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1855. First edition. Colorfully written account of the artist/writer's prolonged sojourn on the Mosquito Coast (of present-day Nicaragua) after a shipwreck, with accounts of life in the Mosquito capital city of Bluefields, Mosquito and Carib Indian customs, hunting tapir and the manitus or sea-cow, river..... Read More about Waikna; or, Adventures on the Mosquito Shore by Samuel A. Bard
Philadelphia: Barrie, 1908. First edition. Read More about The Old and the New Peru. A Story of the Ancient Inheritance and the modern Growth and Enterprise...
New York: Charles Scribner, 1862. Read More about Wild Scenes in South America; or, Life in the Llanos of Venezuela
Washington, D.C: Gale & Seaton, 1826. Read More about Congress at Panama. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information...
London: Seeley, Service & Co, 1913. Third & Cheaper edition. Read More about An Unknown People in an Unknown Land: The Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco With Adventures and...