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Cambridge, MA:MIT Press. 1991. xxii, 3-454pp. With dust jacket. Jacket frayed. Book in very good condition,
SCIENCE AND SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS. AN ADDRESS BEFORE THE ALUMNI OF YALE COLLEGE, AT THE COMMENCEMENT ANNIVERSARY, AUGUST, 1856.
New Haven:S. Babcock. 1856. 28pp. Wrps. Front wrapper lightly soiled; rear wrapper was scrunched but has now been smoothed. Spine chipped. Internally some fraying at edges of pages, otherwise very satisfactory.
1st ed. Pictorial boards chipped but a very good copy.
Stuttgart:Georg Thieme Verlag. 1993. 144pp. Softcover. Covers lightly worn at the edges with some minor soiling. Corners are mildly bumped. On rear cover, there is a crease extending down the length of the cover, opposite the spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy. FB013
279pp. With dust jacket. An excellent copy. A revealing and surprisingly objective foray into the conflicts of technology, science, and values surrounding the health effects of microwave exposure.
23pp. Wrps. Small ex-library stamp on frnto cover, otherwise a very good copy.
395pp. IN RUSSIAN. Internally a very good, tight, clean copy. Inside hinges cracked. Front fly-leaf and title page show wear and fraying. Externally spine ends worn. Altogether a good to very good copy. Contains papers by V. A. Marchenko; L. Ya. Kulikov; A. M. Molchanov; A. g.Sigalov; Eh. S. Tsitlanadze; G. F. Laptev and V. I. Levin.
Boston:Little, Brown and Company. 1948. 430pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is moderately worn at the edges with some fraying along with several chips and tears. Some soiling also to covers. Book itself is only lightly shelf-worn. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Philadelphia:American Philosophical Society. 1985. xxxviii+520pp. Hardcover. Blue boards lighly rubbed, soiled and shelfworn. Internally clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. A very good, clean copy.
London:Constable and Company, Ltd. 1925. 1st edition. xxiii+551pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Blue boards clean with gilt still bright on spine. Lightly shelfworn along edges, with edge points bumped and spine ends worn. Internally, end pages age-toned but otherwise pages clean and bright, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good, bright copy.
Cambridge, MA; Harvard University Press, 1953. Hardcover with DJ. Illustrated. xii+318pp. Good condition in a Fair jacket. Jacket has shelf wear, and tears with missing chips along edges; also age toned and foxed. Light soiling to blue cloth boards, bottom points bumped. Owner name penned on ffep; Some notes penned on rear pastedown. There are three illustrated pages printed on glossy paper; they and the adjoining pages have foxing. Otherwise clean, unmarked, square and tightly bound. Twenty two papers presented at a conference in 1952 provide state of the art thinking on climate change, as of the midpoint of the twentieth century. (cfm)
New York:G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1928. 1st edition, stated. xv+336pp. Illustrated with 31 photographs. Hardcover. Rust boards lightly shelfworn with gilt on cover and spine slightly dulled. Page edges soiled. Decorated endpapers clean with no previous owners marks or signatures. The title page is lightly foxed with light foxing scattered throughout (usually on pages adjacent to photographs). The binding is tight and hinges intact.
Cambridge; University Press, 1948. First Edition. Hardcover, no dj. x+427pp. Very Good- condition. Red cloth boards show shelfwear and sunfading at edges and spine. Some foxing and pencil marks to pastedowns and facing endpapers. Internally clean, unmarked and securely bound. "Somehow the ancient contribution to geography, as regards both theory and practical discovery, is seldom studied intelligently and as a whole...If the present effort seems ambitious, it has cost the writer more years than he foresaw or than he sometimes cares to lok back upon." (cfm)
New York:The Macmillan Company. 1926. 362pp. 1st edition. In very good condition. Blue boards just very lightly soiled with gilt still bright on spine. Internally, save for a previous owners name and date penned to the title page, a very good, clean and bright copy. *Jan Christiaan Smuts was a prominent South African and British Commonwealth Statesman, Military Ruler and Philosopher. He served as Prime Minister of So. Africa from 1919-1924 and again from 1939-1948. Smuts pioneered the concept of Holism defined as "The Tendency in nature to form wholes that are greater than the sum of the parts through creative evolution".
London: Thoburn & Co. 1883. 12th Edition. Hardcover, no jacket. 79pp. Illustrated in b/w. Good- condition. The illustrated covers are worn and grimy. Both boards are attached, but precariously. The interior is complete, unmarked and pretty clean. Unlike the boards, the textblock is securely bound. "Description of the electric light, electric bells, electric motors, the telephone, the microphone, and the phonograph." (cfm)
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