London: Witherby for the New York Zoological Society, 1918-1927. First Edition, no. 67 of 600 numbered copies. Beebe's... Read More
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London: Macmillan and Co., Limited. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1900. Reprint.
New York and London: Luther Burbank Press, 1914. Signed by Burbank on the Colophon page (designed by Tiffany & Co.). Dr. L. G. Visscher's Copy. SIGNED.
Great South Beach, Long Island, N.Y: 1911. Early Original Watercolor by Edgar Burke. A fine early watercolor drawing of the Turnstone, an American shore bird, by sportsman, artist and physician Edgar BurkeEdgar Burke, MD (1889-1950) successfully combined the vocation of medicine (he was a member of the American College of.....
Greenville, Ill: De Moulin, . With supplement to 1927 Catalog No. 331.
New York: Macmillan, 1938. First American Edition from English sheets.
Troy, N.Y: Printed by Wright, Goodenow, and Stockwell, 1808. First American edition. Previously published in England in 1806, then again with revisions in 1807; this first American edition is based on the revised edition of 1807.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, [n.d., c. 1904-1913]. Riverby edition. Attractive group of the works of the noted American naturalist (published over many years and eventually running to 23 volumes).
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1904-1922. Autograph edition, no. 266 of 750 copies, signed by the author and publisher, with EACH VOLUME SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. THE ULTIMATE SET. WITH MANUSCRIPT. Complete in 23 volumes with an extra volume 19 with inlaid manuscripts for "The Hungry Sheep," c. 24 pages in pencil...
Atlanta, Ga: The Coca-Cola Company, 1940; 1941; and 1943. First editions. “Remember, flowers are gay and beautiful…”. By the mother of William Burroughs, author of Junkie, Queer, The Naked Lunch, The Wild Boys, etc., etc., with help from Coca-Cola. “Boy and Girl Scouts are taught the fundamentals …”.
Sacramento, California: US Dept of Interior, March 3, 1947. Copy No. 5-M. 34 Photographs.
London: published for the Anthropological Society, by Trübner and Co, 1865-66. First editions. Three volumes of this Society's publication (entitled Memoirs Read before the Anthropological Society of London) were published between 1865-1870); Burton contributed to the first two volumes. Volume I contains his "Notes on certain Matters connected with the.....
Marburg: Chr. Garthe, 1829. First edition.
London: Caxton Publishing Company, Clun House, Surrey Street, Strand, [1907-1908].
London: Printed by T. Giller, Salisbury-Square, for R. Phillips, 1801. First Edition in English. The author was Professor of Mathematical Astronomy at Copenhagen. Much on Astronomy, pp. 213-257 on National Observatory and Public Observatories.
Detroit: Cadilalc Motor Car Company, [c1915]. Third Edition.
San Francisco: Towne & Bacon, Book and Job Printers, 1860. First edition. California Gold, Silver, Lead, &c.
[Probably Boston: 1849]. Friends of a Rail Road to Calfornia. The meeting of the Friends of a Rail Road to California at the United States Hotel in Boston April 19, 1849 with P. P. F. DeGrand's address “To the People of the United States. Rail Road from St. Louis to...
Paris: c. 1808.
London: 56 Regents Park Road, 16 September 1875. Writing to Youmans that he is sending the last corrected revise of his lecture as asking for the earliest insertion into the magazine, continuing that he will be giving his lecture on Human Automatism at Belfast on the 27th “which wil be...
London: Bernard Quaritch, 1893. First edition.
Syracuse, New York: Moyer, 1908.
Paris: Amédée Bédelet, Librairie-Editeur, [c. 1852].
London: Printed by W.J. Golbourn, Princes Street, Leicester Square, 1857. Wyld's Great Globe (also known as Wyld's Globe or Wyld's Monster Globe) was in Leicester Square from 1851-1862 and was owned by mapmaker James Wyld. It had as its cenerpice a 60foot diamter globe which had an interior staircase.