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Image for The Art of Healing: A Collection in Support of the Excluded

The Art of Healing: A Collection in Support of the Excluded

By: (Various)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Art of this Century: 1997

Seller ID: 003493

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


48 pages; color illustrated throughout. Fourteen renowned artists - among them, Louise Bourgeois, Jeff Koons, Eduardo Chillida, Maurice Matieu, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Bernar Venet - and two not so renowned artists - Ibrahima Bah and Luis Maria Valtuena Gallego - contirbuted works exhibited in galleries around the nation and offered for sale to support Doctors of the World. View more info

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The 70th Anniversary Issue of The New Yorker

By: (Various)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, The New Yorker: 1995

Seller ID: 000549

Condition: Very Good.


Feb. 20 & 27, 1995 issue. Clean and tight; with original half over-leaf. View more info

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The Guennol Collection Volume III

By: Martin, Alastair B. ; Various contributors

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Museum: 1991

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 005153

ISBN: 0872731243

Condition: Fine


240 pages; many full-page color photo-illustrations. Similar to volumes I and II this volume displays and remarks upon one of the rarest collections of art. The catalogue includes Medieval Art, ecorative ASrt, Asian Art, Folk Art and Tribal Art. Distinctively Works by Beatgrix Potter and a folding needlepoint screen by Mrs. Edith Park Martin are included. Clean and bright throughout; tight binding; dustjacket in fine condition. View more info

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A Century of Journalism; Volumes I,II,III.

By: Various

Price: $18.00

Publisher: New York, New York Post: 1943

Seller ID: 004885

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


pp. 245; 245; 248. 3 volumes: : I,"Forward March"; 2, "For Peace and War!" 3, "Panorama". Not strictly chronological. Articles include "Brooklyn Bridge Opens"; "Statue of Liberty is Unveiled"; "John Brown's Raid": "Lincoln Rises to the Presidency": "Lincoln is Assassinated"; "A Philosopher Looks at the Dodgers"; "The Boy Who Killed His Teacher"; "Invasion of Canada Ends in Fiasco (1812)". Dozens more. History wrote casual. Each volume clean throughout; pages age-toned; bindings tight. Dustjackets have chip... View more info

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American Heritage, June 1968, Volume XIX, Number 4

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1968

Seller ID: 004767

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 12 articles. Samuel Colt, firearms; Joseph Pulitzer, Frank Cobb, the World; Truman, 1948 election; American flag; Whaling castaways; Trader Horn cinema; the Rockies; the Hillman case; Benson J. Lossing; Panama isthmus Clean and bright throughout; tight binding. Covers age-darkened. View more info

Image for American Heritage, February 1968, Volume XIX, Number 2

American Heritage, February 1968, Volume XIX, Number 2

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1968

Seller ID: 004766

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 12 articles. American railroads; John Jay; Jay and Spain; A. Mitchell Palmer; Hoover; John Russell Bartlett; Evangelina; Currier & Ives; Ironclads; The Bonins. Clean and bright throughout;covers age-darkened; tight binding. View more info

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Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 6th Series, Volume XXXIII

By: Various

Price: $22.00

Publisher: New York, Georges Wildenstein: 1948

Seller ID: 005129

ISBN: no

Condition: Good


64 pages; well illustrated. Paintings of the Nave in St. George's Church of Oberzell, Reichenau; Zuccari and Caravaggio; Early American Prefabrication (buildings); The Literary World of Albert Pinkham Ryder; A Landscape by Kerstiaen de Keuninck. Well worn; backstrip missing material at head and tail; back panel joint reinforced. Pages flat and clean; binding dry but in good condition. View more info

Image for American Heritage, February 1962, Volume XIII, Number 2

American Heritage, February 1962, Volume XIII, Number 2

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1962

Seller ID: 004764

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 12 articles. The Prairie Schooner; How we got Guantanamo; Middle Passage; The Poster craze; Civil War's end; James Otis; George W. Perkins; The face of Maine: photographs; Jewish cemetery at Newport; Pearl Harbor, who blundered?. Clean throughout; spine tear at head repaired; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, February/March 1979, Volume 30, Number 2

American Heritage, February/March 1979, Volume 30, Number 2

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1979

Seller ID: 004763

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 14 articles. State of American cities; Aerial views of cities; Frederick Church's studies; Theodore Roosevelt the assemblyman; Bruce Catton; Beale Street; U.S. Geological Survey; Bureau of Ethnology; Frank Cushing; Wade Hampton, South Carolina hero; Al Capone and Chicago; Grand Ole Opry. Clean throughout; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, December 1967, Volume XIX, Number 1

American Heritage, December 1967, Volume XIX, Number 1

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1967

Seller ID: 004762

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 13 articles. George VI and Queen visit Roosevelts; A storm that saved Washington and his army; political war of words, 1803; Henry Bergh, A.S.P.C.A.; letter of advice to a newly wed sister; Marines in Nicaragua, 1927; Bill Pickett, rodeo; U.S. Merchant Navy. Covers age-darkened, otherwise clean throughout; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, December 1968, Volume XX, Number 1

American Heritage, December 1968, Volume XX, Number 1

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1968

Seller ID: 004761

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 10 articles. Kinzua Dam floods Seneca land; writing biography; John Scholl woodcarver; The Jay Papers; Shannon and the Chesapeake; Harding and the Versailles Traety; Washington Monument; Detroit, the Sweet Case; Dakota Boyhood. Clean and bright throughout;covers age-darkened; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, August 1960, Volume XI, Number 5

American Heritage, August 1960, Volume XI, Number 5

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1960

Seller ID: 004760

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 11 articles. Andrew Carnegie epitaph; William Sidney Mount by James T. Flexner; Dorothy Arnold's disappearance; William Barton, captor of the Newport British commander; The wild, wild West; The Calliope player; Nathaniel Bowditch, the Practical Navigator; America feeds Russia; Woods Motor Vehicle Company, Electric cars; Plague ships; German immigration . Clean and bright throughout; covers age-darkened; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, February 1960, Volume XI, Number 2

American Heritage, February 1960, Volume XI, Number 2

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1960

Seller ID: 004759

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 12 articles. Russia; John Reed; Louis Choris paintings; General William Eaton, Barbary pirates; The Turk, chess player; Arthur Vandenberg; Chief Washakie; John Glover, Marblehead hero.Wilbur Wright in Europe. Covers age-darkened, otherwise clean and bright throughout; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, December 1974, Volume XXVI, Number 1

American Heritage, December 1974, Volume XXVI, Number 1

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1974

Seller ID: 004758

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


108 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 10 articles. Children's Migration,the Children Aid Society's great project; Magic lantern slides of St. Nicholas; Interview with Red Grange; the French alliance at the Revolution; American Field Service, volunteer ambulances WW I; The Native American, Plenty Horses. Covers age-darkened, otherwise clean and bright throughout; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, February 1964, Volume XV, Number 2

American Heritage, February 1964, Volume XV, Number 2

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1964

Seller ID: 004757

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 8 articles. President Kennedy on History; General Howe; Mason and Dixon; The White Fleet; Watercolors by Paul Svinin; Clement L. Vallandigham, "Copperheads"; Indians and the horse. Marks on the front endpaper, otherwise clean and bright throughout; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, August 1957, Volume VIII, Number 5

American Heritage, August 1957, Volume VIII, Number 5

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1957

Seller ID: 004756

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 14 articles. Victory at New Orleans; Philip Hone; How to write history; Mrs. Bronson Alcott; Cotton Mather and smallpox; The Triangle Fire; Honeyman, a spy for Washington; the clothes Lincoln wore. Clean throughout; covers age-darkened and bumped at spine; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, December 1975, Volume XXVII, Number 1

American Heritage, December 1975, Volume XXVII, Number 1

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1975

Seller ID: 004755

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


104 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 12 articles. Melville meets Hawthorne; Anna Lindner; Battle at Saratoga; Who sank the Lusitania; Doctor Benjamin Rush; Two Centuries of Military Art; Carl Fisher inventor of Miami Beach (and Montauk); How they built the Monitor; The great earthquke of 1811-1812; TAT, transcontinental air transport. Clean and bright throughout; tight binding. Covers age-darkened. View more info

Image for American Heritage, April 1960, Volume XI, Number 3

American Heritage, April 1960, Volume XI, Number 3

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1960

Seller ID: 004754

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 11 articles. Revolution's Caine Mutiny; Russians in California; Fanny Knight's Grand Tour; Invention of motion pictures; Captain Boyton, Fearless Frogman; The Glacier; The Coal Kings. Small note on the front endpaper, otherwise clean and bright within. Covers age-darkened; clean throughout; tight binding; chipped at the tail.. View more info

Image for American Heritage, October 1976, Volume X XVII, Number 6

American Heritage, October 1976, Volume X XVII, Number 6

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1976

Seller ID: 004753

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


104 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 13 articles. Taking the Panama Canal Zone; American Indian Painting; Thomas Jefferson's unknown grandchildren; Death of Floyd Collins; Eubie Blake; Louis Larsen; Joe Hill. Clean and bright throughout; tight binding. View more info

Image for American Heritage, October 1965, Volume XVI, Number 6

American Heritage, October 1965, Volume XVI, Number 6

By: Various

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing Co.: 1965

Seller ID: 004752

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


112 pages;numerous illustrations, color and b&w; 10 articles. Revisit to the Western Front; Sergeant Bates' Civil War march; N.C. Wyeth; photographs of Leonard Dakin; Boss Tweed; a letter by JFK; Pluck and Cheek. Covers age-darkened; small mark on the front endpaper, otherwise clean and bright throughout; tight binding View more info