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Lewis, John Ransom

Published by The University Press of Washington, D. C., USA (1962)

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About this Item: The University Press of Washington, D. C., USA, 1962. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: near fine. First Edition. Small 4to. 74pp., A fine copy in a near fine and unclipped dj. Seller Inventory # 007533

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Lewis, John Ransom

Published by Washington: The University Press of Washington, D.C.

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About this Item: Washington: The University Press of Washington, D.C. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. 1st Edition. 1962 1st ed. INSCRIBED warmly on ffep by author. 74pp. decorated blue cloth tall 8vo: Very Good in an edge torn but about Good dj in Brodart poly cover [front endpp. are age browned from a newspaper clipping ghost; else VG] Dr. John Ransom Lewis, Jr. (1917-97), a plastic surgeon, was poet laureate of Georgia from 1974 until his death. Inscribed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 20626

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Dragons Are Lonely, (Inscribed by the author: Lewis, John Ransom

Lewis, John Ransom

Published by Cherokee Publishing Company, Atlanta, Georgia (1993)

ISBN 10: 0877972397 ISBN 13: 9780877972396

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About this Item: Cherokee Publishing Company, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Judith Russell (illustrator). 1st Edition. Illustrated in color. First Edition, First Printing. Inscribed to an individual by both the author, Poet Laureate of Georgia, and the illustrator. Book is protected in mylar and has a "Signed Copy" sticker on the front cover. A very attractive, clean copy. Scarce inscribed. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 001594

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Lipham, Ellen. [illustrations by Lou Erickson; foreword, Kate Fort Codington; Association, John Ransom Lewis, 1917-1997]

Published by Atlanta : [s. l.], 1966. (1966)

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About this Item: Atlanta : [s. l.], 1966., 1966. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. [1st edition] ; [74] p. ; illustrations, portrait ; 21 cm. ; LC: PS3562.I6 ; OCLC: 13587822 ; red and black cloth ; no dustjacket ; SIGNED presentation [to John Ransom Lewis, Jr., the Poet Laureate of Georgia] ; "These poems by Ellen Lipham sparkle with wit and the unexpected word--tiny barbs that amuse, but never hurt." ; a former president of the Atlanta Writer's Club ; VG. Inscribed by Author(s). Book. Seller Inventory # 4899

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Russell, David Riley, 1902-1964. [David Ray] [Association, John Ransom Lewis, 1917-1997, Poet Laureate of Georgia]

Published by Dallas : The Kaleidograph Press, 1942. (1942)

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About this Item: Dallas : The Kaleidograph Press, 1942., 1942. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. xi pp., 1 leaf, 15-87 pp. ; 20 cm. ; LCCN: 42-51008 ; LC: PS3535.U683; Dewey: 811.5 ; OCLC: 2583854 ; orange textured cloth ; SIGNED presentation copy [to John Ransom Lewis, the late Poet Laureate of Georgia] ; David Riley Russell was a Fairfield, Texas native who was Poet Laureate of Texas, 1945-1947, and who won the Texas Institute of Letters prize for poetry with his book, "Sing with me Now". The David Russell Poetry Prize, named after him, is given annually by Southern Methodist University ; Contents: Turn back the clock -- In th is Dark Time -- Counter-Thrust -- Was It For This -- Is There No Waking -- Phenix -- Brief Oblivion -- There Is No Moment -- The Greater Power -- Better the Flame -- Note to Aggressors -- The Giant -- The Wolf -- The Purge -- The Words Move All One Way -- Misjudgment -- Renascence -- Steadfast -- A Song for England -- The Dawn -- The Greater Will -- I Have Believed -- Precaution -- Now! -- Two Ways -- Be Warned! -- Boy and Father -- Song -- Chance -- Look Upon the Mountain -- Duplicity -- Stan d By and You Can Hear -- The Sun -- Brief Miracle -- Within a Field -- The Hunt -- Night -- Prologue to Winter -- Pueblo Boy -- White Yucca -- Not Destiny But We -- Song in Two Moods -- Song for Zero -- Old Men in a Park -- Prairie Widow -- Incomprehension -- The Greater Foe -- The Man Who was Born in Texas -- Necessity -- Invulnerable -- Resolution -- Your Words -- Gifts -- Tokens to Remember -- Love is But a Little While -- Immortal Face -- Assurance -- The Poet. ; spine faded, else VG. Inscribed by Author(s). Book. Seller Inventory # 4895

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Lewis, Jr., John Ransom

Published by Mcgraw-hill, New York (1963)

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About this Item: Mcgraw-hill, New York, 1963. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First Edition ?. Seller Inventory # 000880

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Avrett, Robert, 1901-1975. [Association copy, Lewis, John Ransom, 1917-1997]

Published by Boston : John W. Luce Company, Publishers, c1949. (1950)

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About this Item: Boston : John W. Luce Company, Publishers, c1949., 1950. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. [1st edition] ; 95 pp. ; 21 cm. ; LCCN: 50-2531 ; LC: PS3501.V7; Dewey: 811.5 ; OCLC: 4827570 ; dark mauve cloth with gold lettering ; no dustjacket ; SIGNED presentation to John Ransom Lewis, Jr., the Poet Laureate of Georgia, on front ep ; "A native of Texas, Avrett taught at colleges in the Southwest and Argentina before settling at the University of Tennessee, where he taught from 1947 until his retirement. Avrett wrote poetry and non-fiction, and was the recipient of the Henry H. Bellaman Foundation award in 1960." ; VG. Inscribed by Author(s). Book. Seller Inventory # 4900

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Avrett, Robert, 1901-1975. [Association, John Ransom Lewis, 1917-1997]

Published by Bston : John W. Luce Company, Publishers, c1949. (1949)

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About this Item: Bston : John W. Luce Company, Publishers, c1949., 1949. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. [1st edition] ; 95 pp. ; 21 cm. ; LCCN: 50-2531 ; LC: PS3501.V7; Dewey: 811.5 ; OCLC: 4827570 ; dark mauve cloth with gold lettering ; no dustjacket ; SIGNED presentation to John Ransom Lewis, Jr., the Poet Laureate of Georgia, on front ep ; bookplate of John Lewis on front ep ;"A native of Texas, Avrett taught at colleges in the Southwest and Argentina before settling at the University of Tennessee, where he taught from 1947 until his retirement. Avrett wrote poetry and non-fiction, and was the recipient of the Henry H. Bellaman Foundation award in 1960." ; VG. Inscribed by Author(s). Book. Seller Inventory # 4901

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Manuscript Club, Atlanta. [Lowell Vance Benefield, Susan D Ackiss, Joe O. Basham, Lois LeFevre Bennett, Allan Bryant, Kate Ford Codington, George William Cooper, Sr., Maude Curtis, Geneva Davies, Mabel Dollar, Irma Smith Dowis, Geraldine W. Ferguson, Sue Fife, Marge Farris Gaissert, Mary Belle Griffin, Bea Han sard, Gertrude Jones Hodnett, Hazel Ware Hook, Willette E. Hume, John Ransom Lewis, Carolyn Pierce Long, Ellis Atkinson McDonald, Ollie Reeves, Florence M Rustin, Kathy Sams, Edna Danielson Stuebing, George A. Taylor, James E . Warren, Jr., Fred W. Wells, Clifton A Wood]

Published by Atlanta, GA : Franklin Printing & Mfg. Company, c1962. (1962)

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About this Item: Atlanta, GA : Franklin Printing & Mfg. Company, c1962., 1962. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. [1st edition] ; 72 pp. ; 21 cm. ; LCCN: 62-48966 ; LC: PS559.A7; Dewey: 811.508 ; OCLC: 1815501 ; green cloth with gold lettering in spine-sunned dustjacket ; Poets featured include: Lowell Vance Benefield -- Susan D Ackiss -- Joe O. Basham -- Lois LeFevre Bennett -- Allan Bryant -- Kate Ford Codington -- George William Cooper, Sr. -- Maude Curtis -- Geneva Davies -- Mabel Dollar -- Irma Smith Dowis -- Geraldine W. Ferguson -- Sue Fife -- Marge Farris Gaissert -- Mary Belle Griffin -- Bea Han sard -- Gertrude Jones Hodnett -- Hazel Ware Hook -- Willette E. Hume -- John Ransom Lewis -- Carolyn Pierce Long -- Ellis Atkinson McDonald -- Ollie Reeves -- Florence M Rustin -- Kathy Sams -- Edna Danielson Stuebing -- George A. Taylor -- James E . Warren, Jr. -- Fred W. Wells -- Clifton A Wood. ; FINE/G. Book. Seller Inventory # 4915

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Manuscript Club, Atlanta. [Lowell Vance Benefield, Susan D Ackiss, Joe O. Basham, Lois LeFevre Bennett, Allan Bryant, Kate Ford Codington, George William Cooper, Sr., Maude Curtis, Geneva Davies, Mabel Dollar, Irma Smith Dowis, Geraldine W. Ferguson, Sue Fife, Marge Farris Gaissert, Mary Belle Griffin, Bea Han sard, Gertrude Jones Hodnett, Hazel Ware Hook, Willette E. Hume, John Ransom Lewis, Carolyn Pierce Long, Ellis Atkinson McDonald, Ollie Reeves, Florence M Rustin, Kathy Sams, Edna Danielson Stuebing, George A. Taylor, James E . Warren, Jr., Fred W. Wells, Clifton A Wood.]

Published by Atlanta, GA : Franklin Printing & Mfg. Company, c1962. (1962)

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About this Item: Atlanta, GA : Franklin Printing & Mfg. Company, c1962., 1962. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. [1st edition] ; 72 pp. ; 21 cm. ; LCCN: 62-48966 ; LC: PS559.A7; Dewey: 811.508 ; OCLC: 1815501 ; green cloth with gold lettering in spine-sunned dustjacket ; Poets featured include: Lowell Vance Benefield -- Susan D Ackiss -- Joe O. Basham -- Lois LeFevre Bennett -- Allan Bryant -- Kate Ford Codington -- George William Cooper, Sr. -- Maude Curtis -- Geneva Davies -- Mabel Dollar -- Irma Smith Dowis -- Geraldine W. Ferguson -- Sue Fife -- Marge Farris Gaissert -- Mary Belle Griffin -- Bea Han sard -- Gertrude Jones Hodnett -- Hazel Ware Hook -- Willette E. Hume -- John Ransom Lewis -- Carolyn Pierce Long -- Ellis Atkinson McDonald -- Ollie Reeves -- Florence M Rustin -- Kathy Sams -- Edna Danielson Stuebing -- George A. Taylor -- James E . Warren, Jr. -- Fred W. Wells -- Clifton A Wood. ; FINE/G. Book. Seller Inventory # 4916

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Munroe, Elizabeth L., 1900- (Lisa Grenelle) (Grennelle Crenelle Crinelle Crinnelle) [Association, John Ransom Lewis, 1917-1997]

Published by Francestown, NH : Golden Quill Press, 1957. (1957)

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About this Item: Francestown, NH : Golden Quill Press, 1957., 1957. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. [1st edition] ; 80 pp. ; 20 cm. ; LCCN: 58-39091 ; LC: PS3525.U564; Dewey: 811.5 ; OCLC: 2692693 ; textured gold and grey faux leather with gold lettering and designs ; no dustjacket ; SIGNED presentation to John Ransom Lewis, Jr., the Poet Laureate of Georgia, on front ep ; Contents: Family style -- Sunday at the beach -- Jury duty -- New development -- Lunch hour: City square -- Scavenger woman -- Casualty -- Cocktail lounge -- Duel in the park -- Backwash -- Main event -- Home for the aged -- Charity case -- Visiting hours -- Men's ward -- State institution -- No credit line -- Factual escape -- Pin-up girl -- Enigma -- Premiere danseuse -- At the station -- First Everest -- Gym meet -- Home is. -- Boy's camp -- First forever -- box stall -- Paper chase -- Song for a daughter -- High jump -- Wood carving -- I, Van Gogh -- Dwarf -- What price light effects -- Dime a dance -- Babalu -- Devil doll -- Final authority -- Armistice Ball -- Paris continuity -- Heart of a house -- Poe t -- Old woman on a beach -- The view is impressive -- The white, the windy dawn -- Hare and tortoise -- Along the wind -- Expendables -- Sleep is an abstract -- Forecast -- Illusive Island -- Intermission -- Stranger in the streets -- Close off the flowering field -- The cleansing -- I am not here -- Innocent evening -- Piano piece -- Haunted house -- Worker in wood -- Wedding reception -- Elm Street -- The pointed and the round -- Old Kate -- Reminiscence -- Portrait of my Grandmother -- First visit. ; smudge on front cover ; ".exquisite poems by Lisa Crenelle, who is Mrs. Crenelle Munroe of New York City. 'Delicate as lace'"--American Poetry Magazine, 1946. Lisa Crenelle for many years wrote an internationally syndicated daily column for King Features ; "Lisa Crenelle's No Light Evaded lives up to its title. Her poems are terse and honestly phrased in the everyday American language."--Voices, 1957 ; G. Inscribed by Author(s). Book. Seller Inventory # 4911

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Bowman, Peter. [Association, John Ransom Lewis, 1917-1997 ; essay, John P. Marquand ; design, Stefan Salter]

Published by New York : Random House, 1945. (1945)

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About this Item: New York : Random House, 1945., 1945. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. [1st edition] ; 122 pp. ; 21 cm. ; LCCN: 45-10493 ; LC: PZ3.B6843; PS3503.O875 ; OCLC: 280360 ; light olive green and red cloth with gold lettering ; no dustjacket ; dampstain on bottom of spine ; essay by John P. Marquand laid in ; The history of a single hour in the life of a soldier on the morning of a Pacific Island invasion. ; "Mr. Bowman, out of his own experience [as a military engineer in the southwest Pacific theater], has written a different and unusual book that can stand on its own merits. It is a book with a very broad appeal, for its pages give a picture of the thoughts and fears common to everyone who has ever worn a uniform, no matter what role, heroic or otherwise, he may have played in war. Beach Red may be called a pre-view to action rather than a realistic record. It can best be interpreted as a study of all the things that run through a soldier's mind during days of training or on lonely nights in barracks or aboard a transport going East or West. And it reveals the seldom confessed truth--that everyone who goes to war lives through a thousand battles and dies a thousand deaths.Its style, which is split prose rather than verse, has the staccato flow of introspective thought."--essay ; Signature of John Ransom Lewis, the Poet Laureate of Georgia, on the front endpaper ; G. Book. Seller Inventory # 4919

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Lewis, John Ransom Jr.

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About this Item: Mcgraw-hill, New York, 1963. Cloth Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Seller Inventory # 002891

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About this Item: Springfield, Illinois ; Baltimore, Maryland : Charles C. Thomas, 1942., 1942. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 1st edition ; xiii, 446 pp., 1 leaf ; illustrated ; LCCN: 42-18716 ; OCLC: 1166562 ; LC: RD118; NLM: WP 910 ; "Max Thorek (1880-1960) was born in Hungary. The murder of his brother during a pogrom that occurred in the spring of 1897 persuaded his family to leave Hungary. They immigrated to the United States in 1898, and settled in Chicago. Thorek earned money as a violinist while he attended the University of Chicago. Although he had no prior knowledge of the snare drum, he talked an administrator at the University of Chicago into granting him a full scholarship as a drummer for the University band. Thorek was thus able to enter Rush Medical College in the fall of 1900, which was then affiliated with the University of Chicago. He received his medical degree in 1904 from Rush College. Thorek worked in obstetrics, general, and reconstructive surgery. His innovative techniques and practices are still widely used in surgery today. He founded the International College of Surgeons in Geneva in 1935 and the International Museum of Surgical Science in a Chicago Gold Coast mansion in 1954. Thorek was also an internationally acclaimed amateur photographer during the pictorialist movement, and author of several books on the subject, including "Camera Art as a Means of Self-Expression (1947) and "Creative Camera Art" (1937). Thorek benefited the lives of his many patients, students, and colleagues. He not only taught doctors to be better surgeons, but his inquiries and experiments led to profound developments in many different areas of surgery, especially in internal medicine. Thorek was primarily known for his innovative operation for removing the gallbladder. His refinements to operations on the breast and abdomen improved plastic surgery, and his book Plastic Surgery of the Breast and Abdominal Walls helped make plastic surgery a respectable part of medicine." ; name on front ep and bookplate of John Ransom Lewis, MD, the one-time Poet Laureate of Georgia ; Contents : Anatomy, histology -- Embryology -- Histophysiology -- Historical, developmental and comparative considerations -- Physiology of the breast -- Folklore surrounding the female breast -- Racial characteristics -- Congenital anomalies of the breast -- Hypertrophies of the female breasts -- Etiology, symptoms, course and complications of breast hypertrophies -- Gynecomastia -- Indications and contraindications for reconstructive surgery of the female breast -- The technic of plastic operations for hypertrophy and penulosity of the female breast -- Scars and keloids -- Amastia, hypomastia and inequality of the breasts -- Diseases of the nipples -- Reconstructive surgery of the abdominal wall. ; textured red cloth with gold lettering ; no dustjacket ; foxing, edge wear ; numerous photographs of nudes from around the world, illustrations of surgical procedures, instruments, etc ;"This book provides the early history of breast reconstruction and the surgical methods of breast reconstruction " ; VG. Book. Seller Inventory # 5336

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