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Luxembourg: Imprimerie Bourg-Bourger, 1953. First separate publication? Extracted from the Actes du Congrès de Luxembourg, 72nd session de l'Association Française pour l'Avancement des Sciences Juillet 1953. Inscribed. Inscribed by the author on the front wrapper to Daniel Heineman. With the addition of a single leaf captioned “Sur les Cuboides Rationnels”..... Read More about Contribution à la Théorie algégrique des carrés magiques. Les Constellations Magiques d'ordre 7
Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1952. First edition. Inscribed. Inscribed by the author on the half-title to Dannie Heineman. The author was associated with the Sofina (of which Heineman was the directr) and University of Bruxelles and during the war at the New School of Social Research, New York, returning to Bruxelles in..... Read More about Introduction à la Théorie des Nombres
[Luxembourg: Imprimerie Bourg-Bourger], 1955. Inscribed by the author on the first page to Dannie Heineman, Belgian-American founder of SOFINA "To Mr. D.[anny] Heinemann homage & bon souvenir de l'auteur M.Kraitchik." Read More about Les carrés magiques d'ordre 4
New York: W. W. Norton & Company Inc, . First edition. Dedication Copy. The author was director of “Institut des Hautes Etudes de Belgique”, an engineer with the Belgian company SOFINA, and the author of several books on number theory and recreational mathematics. During WW II, he emgrated to the..... Read More about Mathematical Recreations
Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1947. First edition of this volume. Inscribed. Inscribed by the author on the endpaper to Monsieur Ehrlich. The author was associated with the Sofina and University of Bruxelles and during the war at the New School of Social Research, New York, returning to Bruxelles in 1946. Volume I...... Read More about Théorie des Nombres Tome III: Analyse Diophantine et Applications aux Cuboïdes Rationnels
Bruxelles: Imprimerie Stevens Frères, 1930. First edition, No. 2 of 25 copies printed on Hollande and numbered in the press. Copy no. 2, Inscribed to Dannie Heineman. The inscription on the limitation page reads, “Monsieur D. Heineman, Hommage respectueux de profonde reconnaissance, M Kraitchik”A classic work by one of the..... Read More about La Mathématique des jeux ou récréations mathématiques
London: Sampson Low, Marston & Company, Limited, 1902. Fourth edition. Entirely revised, re-written, and enlarged. Read More about History of Lace
Paris: Imprimerie du Cercle-Social, L’An IV de la République Française . First edition, with half-titles, without errata as usual. “Among the most influential scientists in all history” — DSB. “Book I begins with what any attentive observer may see if he will open his eyes to the spectacle of the..... Read More about Exposition du Systême du Monde
Braunschweig: Druck und Verlag von Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn, 1911. First edition. First Book on Relativity, In Original Box. Laue won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1914"In the winter semester of1905-1906 Laue heard Planck's lecture at the Physical Colloquium on the special theory of relativity....After initial reservations Laue became..... Read More about Das Relativitätsprinzip. [Sammlung naturwissenschaftlicher und mathematischer Monographien
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1951. First edition. INSCRIBED. Inscribed on the ffep to Rudy Meltzer, "To my good friend/ Rudy Melzer/ with cordial good wishes/ William L Laurence/ Dec. 31, 1950." Melzer was the maitre d' at the Maisonette in the St. Regis Hotel in NYC and also the..... Read More about The Hell Bomb
Lowell: Daniel Bixby and Company, 1848. First American edition. Read More about Researches on the Chemistry of Food, and the Motion of the Juices in the Animal Body
New York: Published and Printed by E.D. Slater, 1885. First Edition. Safe at Sea with Joseph Francis. A celebration of the useful devices invented and manufactured by Mr. Francis, including boats of corrugated iron used to transport troops, and an interesting history of life saving efforts at sea. Read More about History of Life-Saving Appliances, and Military and Naval Constructions, Invented and...
Philadelphia: Printed by Benjamin Johnson, 1792. First Edition. Read More about A Collection of Tables I. A table shewing the value of any number of pounds, shillings and pence...
New York: The T.W. Johnston Co. Ltd., Publishers 167-177 Times Building, 1891. Later edition, originally published in 1882. Read More about Practical Information for Telephonists
Bridgeport, Conn: Published by the Advertising Department of The Locomobile Company of America, . Read More about The Car of 1911 Being the Latest Edition of the Locomobile Book, which Illustrates and Describes...
Boston: Bookcraft Company, 1902. From the library of Charles Edison. From the library of Charles Edison (1890-1969), son of Thomas A. Edison and Governor of New Jersey from 1941-1944. This was probably Thomas's Log bookA relic of the early days of the automobile, the log consists of printed forms to..... Read More about The Log of the Automobile. Records and Observations by the Owner
Edinburgh: Printed for Peter Hill, 1799. Read More about Decimal and Logarithmical Arithmetic Explained, and Applied to the Calculation of Dividends and...
New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1926. Revised edition. Read More about Motor Camping 1926 Edition
Lyon: Imprimerie de Boursy Fils, 1840. Includes a short history of Lyon and its principal sights, train timetables, and restaurant and hotel recommendations. Read More about Petit Guide du Voyageur à Lyon [cover title
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1933. First edition. Read More about Round the World in a Baby Austin
London: Printed for A. Millar and J. Nourse, 1764. Second edition. Read More about Elements of the Theory and Practice of Chymistry. Translated from the French of …
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1913. First edition. Read More about Mines and Their Story
Leipzig and Vienna: Franz Deuticke, 1934. First edition. The Austrian-born (later American) chemist was well recognized for his work in rubbers, plastics and fibers. He was the first to determine the structure of cellulose, silk, chitin, starch and rubber. He developed polyvinyl and other polymers and gave the first quantitative..... Read More about Das Schwere Wasser
London: 1873. “The Todas, a small tribe of Buffalo pastoralists living on the Nilgiri Hills in southern India, were already known to scholars through two remarkable ethnographies by Breeks and Marshall, both published in 1873, and both including some of the earliest field photography ever to illustrate an anthropological work.”..... Read More about A Phrenologist amongst the Todas or the study of a primitive tribe in South India. History,...
Boston and London: Ginn and Company Publishers, 1921. One of 394 copies. Earliest Mathematical Work of New World. Accompanied by a review and by the Prospectus. Read More about The Sumario Compendioso of Brother Juan Diez. The Earliest Mathamatical Work of the New World