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About this Item: Germer Baillière. Paris, Librairie Germer Baillière et Cie, 1879. Contient également: L'idéal chevaleresque au Japon, par Arvède Barine (5 p.). Mme Pape-Carpantier (de La Flêche), par A. Brossier (6 p.). La colonisation française, par P. Gaffarel (6 p.). La politique douanière de la France, par Georges Maurice (17 p., 2 art.). La morale anglaise contemporaine, par Guyau (3 p.). Shakespeare et l'Antiquité, par Paul Stapfer (21 p., 3 art.). Pierre Trichet, bibliophile bordelais, par M. Dezeimeris (5 p.). Ivan Tourguénef, par E. Rittier (10 p.). Le mouvement de la psychologie expérimentale en Allemagne, par Lionel Dauriac (7 p.). L'expédition américaine au Pôle Nord, par C. de Varigny (5 p.). Londres au commencement du XVIIIe siècle, par Léo Quesnel (5 p.). La Question d'Orient dans l'histoire, par Joseph Reinach (7 p.). La République française, par Emilio Castelar (5 p.). La liberté de la Presse, par Charles Bigot (10 p.). La vie du mineur en Australie, par Anthony Troloppe (9 p.). La question de l'enseignement primaire en Belgique, par J. Vilbort (6 p.). Gustave Flaubert, par Jules Lemaitre (15 p., 2 art.). L'Angleterre et le gouvernement de l'Inde: la plaintes des indigènes, par Lalmohun Ghose (5 p.). Influence de la Littérature française aux Pays-Bas, par M. Bonet-Maury (5 p.). La Revue Historique, par A. Debidour (10 p.). La Bataille de Malplaquet, par Ch. Giraud (5 p.). Soit 1 volume in-4, 620 p., reliure demi-toile bleu-clair à coins, titre en lettres dorées sur une pièce de titre rouge. Bon état général. Pas courant. Seller Inventory # 555706

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COLLECTIF, Roland de MARES, Paul LOUIS, Alfred POIZAT, Georges RENARD, Edmond DRIAULT, Paul BONNEFON, L DUMONT-WILDEN, Léon BOCQUET, Gaston CHOISY, Camille JULIAN, Ernest DENIS, Albert FEDEL, Israel ZANGWILL, Gaston RAGEOT, Raymond BOUYER, Edouard SCHURE, Ferdinand BUISSON, Louis LEFEBVRE, Antoine ALBALAT, Emile BOUTROUX, C BOUCLE, Noël FRANCES, Henry JAUDON, Gabriel FAURE, Ch GUERNIER, A BOSSERT, Eugène HOLLANDE, J ROGUES de FURSAC, René PUPIN, Pierre LASSERRE, Paul GINISTY, Paul CROKAERT, Paul CAZENEUVE, John CHARPENTIER, Joseph REINACH, Louis CAZAMIAN, Louis NARQUET, Rémy LA SAINTONGERE, Edouard de KAYSER, Ernest DENIS, Albert FEDEL, Adolphe ADERER, Paul VERGNET, J SAGERET, Germain MARTIN, Lucien MAURY, Raymond BOUYER, Jacques LUX, Marqu

Published by Au siège

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From: Le Pettit Libraire (Paris, France)

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About this Item: Au siège. Paris, Au Siège de la Rédaction, 1919, 57ème année. Contient des articles de tous les auteurs nommés, plus certains autres. 1 volume in-4, 768 pages, reliure éditeur. Bon état intérieur, reliure un peu vieillie: dos frotté, dorures du titre et de l'année un peu passées ? Néanmoins exemplaire tout à fait consultable. Nous répondons à toutes questions concernant cet exemplaire. Rare. Seller Inventory # 103367

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Bossert, Louis & Sons

Published by Louis Bossert & Sons Inc, Brooklyn (1925)

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From: Ira Joel Haber - Cinemage Books (Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Louis Bossert & Sons Inc, Brooklyn, 1925. Paper. Mailing Folder No. 1. Rare promotional mailing folder to promote the sale of Bossert Bungalows which were ready to erect summer homes. The folder is wonderfully illustrated in full color with nice Art Deco like artwork and is tipped in on light gray stock paper and is an unsent sample used to promote the sale of these ready to erect small houses. The brochure opens up from a hot New York summer scene to show a young girl on a beach with information about buying one of these ready to erect summer homes on each side. The brochure itself is fine, there is some small chipping to the bottom of the gray mounting. Although undated I would place it from the 1920's. Seller Inventory # 010130

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Bossert, Louis & Sons

Published by Louis Bossert & Sons Inc, Brooklyn (1925)

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About this Item: Louis Bossert & Sons Inc, Brooklyn, 1925. Paper. Mailing Folder No. 3. Rare promotional mailing folder to promote the sale of Bossert Bungalows which were ready to erect summer homes. The folder is wonderfully illustrated in full color with nice Art Deco like artwork and is tipped in on light gray stock paper and is an unsent sample used to promote the sale of these ready to erect small houses. The brochure opens up from a hot New York summer scene to show a young child wadding in an Art Deco ocean with information about buying one of these ready to erect summer homes on each side. The brochure itself is fine, there is some small chipping to the bottom of the gray mounting. Although undated I would place it from the 1920's. Seller Inventory # 010131

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Louis Bossert and Sons

Published by Louis Bossert and Sons, Brooklyn,NY (1927)

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About this Item: Louis Bossert and Sons, Brooklyn,NY, 1927. Paperback. Condition: Good. Paperback - clean, clean cover, no marks - from a private collection, 68 pp - "This House is built of Bossert Lumber - When You See this sign in a house - You know the builder has used the best lumber he could buy - Bossert lumber . Ask the Bossert Service Bureau . " Part I -How to Buy a House, Part II - What the New York Suburbs Offer, Part III - Homes You Can Buy - 29 pp of Homes offered in 1927 in the Tri-State area and their builders, many with photographs . of great historical value Bossert had a big lumber business on Newtown Creek adjacent to the New York Navy Yard in Brooklyn. He built the Hotel Bossert which was once known as "the Waldorf-Astoria of Brooklyn". It was the site of the celebration of the Brooklyn Dodgers' only World Series championship. The hotel was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, at 98 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights. It had an Italian Renaissance Revival-style exterior. It was designed as an apartment hotel. The design work was by Palmer & Hornbostel. During the 1920s, the Hotel Bossert was known for its Marine Roof, a two-level restaurant on the roof of the 14-story building that provided diners with a commanding view of Manhattan, later housed WQXR and the Watchtower Society. Seller Inventory # 25382.240702os

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