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Epic: Stories of Survival From The World's Highest Peaks

Greg Child; Stephen Venables; Art Davidson; David Roberts; Alfred Lansing; Charles Houston; Maurice Herzog; Robert Bates

Published by Listen & Live Audio, Inc. (2009)

ISBN 10: 1593164548 ISBN 13: 9781593164546

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Item Description: Listen & Live Audio, Inc., 2009. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1593164548

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Epic: Stories of Survival From The World's Highest Peaks

Greg Child; Stephen Venables; Art Davidson; David Roberts; Alfred Lansing; Charles Houston; Maurice Herzog; Robert Bates

Published by Listen & Live Audio, Inc. (2009)

ISBN 10: 1593164548 ISBN 13: 9781593164546

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Item Description: Listen & Live Audio, Inc., 2009. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service!. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1593164548

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Here, Queen Uncovered

Jacobson, Maurice [music]; Vaughan Williams, Ralph [music]; Child, Harold [words]

Published by J. Curwen & Sons Ltd, London (1951)

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Item Description: J. Curwen & Sons Ltd, London, 1951. Booklet. Book Condition: Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. From "A Cotswold Romance", a Cantata by Maurice Jacobson, based on the Opera "Hugh the Drover" by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Arranged for Three Equal Voices. Good copy, small inscription on front page, hole-punched. 4pp. Bookseller Inventory # 020723

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Epic: Stories of Survival From The World's Highest Peaks

Greg Child/ Stephen Venables/ Art Davidson/ David Roberts/ Alfred Lansing/ Charles Houston/ Maurice Herzog/ Robert Bates

Published by Listen & Live Audio, Inc. (2009)

ISBN 10: 1593164548 ISBN 13: 9781593164546

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From: Revaluation Books (Exeter, DEV, United Kingdom)

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Item Description: Listen & Live Audio, Inc., 2009. Compact Disc. Book Condition: Brand New. 6.00x6.50x1.25 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # x-1593164548

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Psychiatric consultation in a public child welfare agency : report of a project

Rosenthal, Maurice J., 1919-,Sullivan, Mary Elizabeth, 1913-,Illinois. Dept. of Public Welfare. Child Welfare Services,Institute for Juvenile Research (Ill.)

Published by Book on Demand, Miami (2013)

ISBN 10: 5883141676 ISBN 13: 9785883141675

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Item Description: Book on Demand, Miami, 2013. Perfect binding. Book Condition: NEW. Dust Jacket Condition: NEW. 5.8" x 8.3". In English language. This book, "Psychiatric consultation in a public child welfare agency : report of a project", by Rosenthal, Maurice J., 1919-,Sullivan, Mary Elizabeth, 1913-,Illinois. Dept. of Public Welfare. Child Welfare Services,Institute for Juvenile Research (Ill.), is a replication of a book originally published before 1959. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This item is printed on demand. Thank you for supporting classic literature. SOFT COVER. Bookseller Inventory # 2659502

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Teen-Age Girls' Family Problems, Singapore: Survey on Sixteen to Seventeen Year-Old Girls of Chiense Descent from Queenstown and the Farrer Road Kampong -- Their Attitudes Towards Life and Patterns of Behaviour, with a Special Emphasis on Their Family Relationships and Values

Child Welfare and Social Work Section of Maris Stella Girsl' School Franciscan Missionaries of Mary; Freedman, Maurice (preface)

Published by Donald Moore Books, Singapore (1965)

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Item Description: Donald Moore Books, Singapore, 1965. Softcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Sound binding. Clean, slightly tanned pages. Wrappers have general handling wear including a 1-inch vertical tear at bottom of spine. ; Contents: The conduct of the survey. The interviewees' education, occupations, social life. Girls and family. Ideas about life. Conclusions. Appendixes. ; 8.75" tall; 155 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 1280158

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Their signatures on a piece of card 5 ¾ x 5 inches.

BEATRICE, PRINCESS (1857-1944; the youngest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert); BATTENBERG, LEOPOLD OF (1889-1922); BATTENBERG, MAURICE OF (1891-1914); & BATTENBERG, GEORGE OF (1892-1938)

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Item Description: Some age toning [ n.d. but 1906]. Bookseller Inventory # 9621

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Greco ou le Secret de Tolede,

Bertha Child Binding) Barrés, Maurice

Published by Librairie Plom, Paris (1923)

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From: Thorn Books, ABAA (Cortaro, AZ, U.S.A.)

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Item Description: Librairie Plom, Paris, 1923. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 12mo. Illustrated with black and white plates. Bound by Bertha Child in full blue morocco. Spine has three raised bands, tooled in gilt. An art deco design on the boards and spine with leaf-shaped inlays of brown morocco tooled in blind, straight inlays of brown morocco tooled in gilt broken lines, gilt tooling at the corners, edges tooled in gilt and inner dentelles tooled in the same manner as the boards. Colorful patterned endpapers. Top edge gilt, other edges of the text block untrimmed. With 'Bertha Child' tooled in gilt on the front pastedown, and the manuscript notation on a preliminary blank: "Christmas 1930, B.C.C." Bertha Child, a woman of many talents, was the mother of Paul Child, husband of Julia Child. A fine exemplar of her designer bookbinding work. One of 1150 numbered copies. Bookseller Inventory # 50364

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Solander box labelled 'Dickensiana', containing a large number of engravings (some of them said to be cancelled or suppressed), as well as removed title pages and prelims, removed from works by Charles Dickens.

Charles Dickens [Dickensiana; F. W. Pailthorpe; Arthur Jule Goodman; Maurice Greiffenhagen; Harry Furness; Harold Child; John F. Dexter]

Published by London items dated between to 1898 (1841)

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Item Description: London items dated between to 1898, 1841. Clearly assembled by an enthusiastic collector or dealer-collector (possibly - from an inscription reproduced below - Harold Child, writer?). While the title-leaves and prelims are in variable condition there is no evidence that the prints, which are for the most part very well preserved, have been removed from volumes. The number of duplicates (as many as five copies of the same item) would indicate that this is unlikely, and it is probable that they were acquired separately. The box, measuring 31 x 24 x 5 cm, is half bound in brown cloth with worn leather spine, on which 'VOL. II | JAN.-APRIL | 1902' is stamped in gilt, with a discoloured label above it on which 'DICKENSIANA' is written in MS. It contains: An engraving (print size, 16 x 8 cm; leaf size, 27 x 19), captioned at foot in pencil 'John Dickens No 3.' and inscribed in pencil on reverse 'To H. Child from John F. Dexter. 1922. Published 1883. Early Proof before Facsimile autograph, etc.' Very good with light foxing to margins. Also a leaf (18 x 16 cm), printed on one side with 12 coloured mid-nineteenth-century caricatures of Dickens characters. Each captioned (i.e. 'Something will turn up.', 'Mrs. Leo Hunter', 'Mrs. Pipchin', 'Mrs. Crupp', 'Mrs. Bardell'. Each illustration is 6 x 4 cm with no margin between, and they were clearly intended to be cut up for separate mounting. With some chipping at extremities, slight loss to one corner and a closed tear. Also 2 copies, one coloured and the other uncoloured, of a plate by F. W. Pailthorpe captioned 'LITHERS. Good gracious me! why, if it ain't Mr Gabblewig Junior! Scene 1st.' Both in good condition. Also the green printed illustrated wraps to '24 Illustrations to the Pickwick Club by Fredk. W. Pailthorpe. London, Robson & Kerslake 43 Cranbourn St. Leicester Sqre. 1882.' Worn and with some discolouration to extremities, but with Pailthorpe's illustration clear and undamaged. A folder marked 'Illustrations to the Cheap Edition of the Works of Mr. Charles Dickens. Six Illustrations to The Pickwick Club. Engraved from Original Drawings By Phiz. Uncut. (no wrapper) [heavily aged, and accompanied by an advertisement by Darton & Co and Joseph Cundall, on a pink slip of paper docketed '(1847)', beginning 'Early in June next will be Published, SIX ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS, to bind with the volume of the cheap edition of The Pickwick Papers. Engraved on wood, from drawings by Phiz. Sewed in a Wrapper, price One Shilling.']. Also a touched-up photograph (19.5 x 13.5 cm) captioned on reverse 'Lecture Table. Dickens'. Also 15 paper packets, containing a variety of items (each roughly 22 x 14 cm), docketed in pencil as follows: Packet 1: 'Pickwick Papers. 5 Plates [with 7 duplicates] by 'Buss' & 'Phiz'. Suppressed or unpublished. Victoria Edition. 1887.' Packet 2: '(not wanted) Child's History of England. 4 Plates [with 4 duplicates] by F. H. Towsend [sic] (2): Hutton Mitchell, & E. A. Norbury. Gadshill Edition. [also contains a further 3 plates (1 a duplicate) from the Gadshill Edition]'. Packet 3: 'Uncommercial Traveller (not wanted). 4 single electro-sheets [with 5 duplicates], Harry Furness. Gadshill, 1898.' Packet 4: '(not wanted) American Notes. 6 Plates [in fact 5 with 5 duplicates] by Maurice Greiffenhagen, 1898. Gadshill Edition. (only 5 impressions here, - should be 6.)'. Packet 5: 'Pic-nic Papers. Vol. 1.' [contains the prelims to the Cox and Son printing of the 'First Issue' [6 pp, with pencil marks across title page] and the 'Second Issue' [8 pp, with cancelled ownership inscription to title page], both published in 1841]. Packet 6: 'Reprinted Titles' [consisting of 3 copies of the title leaf of the 1841 Palmer printing of vol. 1 of 'The Pic Nic Papers', 6 copies apiece of the title leaf of vols. 2 and 3; also two copies of the half-title of 'The Library of Fiction, or Family Story-Teller']. Packet 7: 'Little Dorrit. The 9 duplicated plates [with 1 duplicate apiece]. 7 "Dark" plates (5 with captions). 2 Ordinary plates (wi. Bookseller Inventory # 6772

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