The China Journal. Vol. X, No. 1. January, 1929
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109 pp., illustrations (52 pp. text + 17 pp. plates + 40 pp. advertisements). some cover wear, tears at top & bottom of spine. Contents: The old Chinese calendar and the new / Arthur de C. Sowerby; A rRussian-French art exhibition; The cult of the hearth / Clarence Burton Day; Chinese secret societies / James Hutson; A lake to a lark / Khan Mok; Editorial comments; Reviews; By the waters of the Min / Arthur de C. Sowerby; Travel and exploration notes; Silkworm disease in South China / H. K. Lei; The opal blue method of embedding protozoa / Manfred Voigt; Thew new quantum or "wave" theory of the atom / Herbert Chatley; Scientific notes and reviews; Shooting and fishing notes; The kennel; The garden; Societies and institutions; Educational notes and intelligence; Publications received. Bookseller Inventory # AMA010916-1
Title: The China Journal. Vol. X, No. 1. January, ...
Publisher: Shanghai, China: China Journal Publishing
Publication Date: 1929
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
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