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  • Publication Date: 1914

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original black-and-white photo postcard. November 6, 1914. 5 1/2" x 3 1/2." "Cartolina Postale, Gevaert" printed on the back. "11-6-1914" handwritten in black ink at the top of the image. Postcard is unused. Postcard is very clean and intact but has some corner, edge, and surface wear. A Very Good copy. This postcard shows what appears to be a ceremony somewhere in Europe. "Cafe du Commerce" is on one of the buildings.

    Seller Inventory # 022773

  • Published by W. H. Smith and Son, London, England?, 1914

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original black-and-white photo postcard. No date, circa 1914-1918. 5 1/2" x 3 1/2." "'Grosvenor Series.' B." printed on the back. The stamp box on back reads, "Affix Stamp. Printed in England." Postcard is unused. Postcard is very clean and intact but has slight corner and edge wear and rubbing on the back. A Very Good copy. This postcard shows a view of one the camps at Codford, England during World War I. The Codford camps were initially built for British troops but they eventually accommodated troops from New Zealand and Australia. The "Grosvenor" series of postcards was published by W. H. Smith & Son. The company had its beginnings in 1796 as a newspaper vendor on Little Grosvenor Street, London and was founded by Henry Walton Smith (1738-1792) and his wife, Anna. Their son, William Henry Smith, took over the business after their passing. The company became W. H. Smith & Son when William's own son, William Henry Smith, Jr., joined as a business partner. Over the years, W. H. Smith & Son remained a newspaper and bookselling retailer but also expanded into other retail sectors such as stationery, magazines, and even confectionery. The company still operates to this day and is currently known as WHSmith PLC.

    Seller Inventory # 022774

  • Publication Date: 1919

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original black-and-white photo postcard. March 31, 1919 3 1/2" x 5 1/2." "Carte Postale" printed on the back. Postcard is unused but has an inscription in black ink on the back. Postcard is very clean and intact but has a small wrinkle at the top. A Very Good copy. This postcard shows a portrait of Sergeant Lee Beall of Field Remont Squadron No. 310 in Nancy, France. The caption reads as follows: "Sgt. Lee Beall. Mar. 31st. Nancy, France. 1919. Field Remount Squadron #310." Field Remount Squadron No. 310 was tasked with acquiring, training, and taking care of all animals used by the United States Army during World War I. Most of the animals were horses and mules.

    Seller Inventory # 022772

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Good. Original black-and-white photo postcard. No date, circa 1904-1918. 3 1/2" x 5 1/2." The style of "AZO" stamp box on the back was used from 1904-1918. Postcard is unused but has an inscription in blue pen on the back. Postcard is clean and intact overall but has several wrinkles and some surface wear on the front. A Good copy. This postcard shows a portrait of a young man or boy in a uniform. It is unclear whether this is a military uniform or one related to the war effort during World War I. The inscription refers to the individual as the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh. A small pencil notation on the back is partially completed and seems to have read, "Boy Scout," if completed.

    Seller Inventory # 022775

  • Waterman, O. W.

    Published by O. W. Waterman, Hampton, VA

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original black-and-white photo postcard. No date, circa 1917-1930. 5 1/2" x 3 1/2." Title printed at the bottom of the image. Photographer's imprint on the image. The style of "AZO" stamp box on back was used from 1910-1930. Postcard is unused. Postcard is clean and intact overall but has slight surface wear on front and back and a crease in the upper-left corner of the image. A Very Good copy. This postcard shows the USS Antigone (ID-3007) at sea. USS Antigone was actually first known as the USS Neckar, a German transport ship that had been built and launched in 1900 by J. C. Tecklenborg, a shipbuilding company. Neckar had also been in the fleet of a shipping company called Norddeutscher Lloyd (North German Lloyd). The United States seized Neckar in 1917 during World War I, and the ship became the USS Antigone. Antigone remained a transport and carried soldiers and supplies to and from Europe. Antigone made eight round-trips between the U.S. and France during the war and also brought troops back to the U.S. when the war ended. The ship was decommissioned and stricken from the Naval Register in 1919. USS Antigone was still used after the war and became a U.S. Army transport and then eventually became the SS Potomac as part of a shipping company called the United States Lines. Oscar Wadsworth Waterman (1880-1975) was an American photographer. He came from a family of photographers and began taking naval photographs around 1907. He was based in Hampton, Virginia but eventually relocated to San Diego to follow his clientele. Waterman specialized in taking photos of naval subjects throughout his career.

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  • Anonymous

    Published by Keystone View Company, Meadville, PA

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. #18335 (146). Stereograph on gray board (7 x 3 1/2 inch) with commentary on the back side discussing the diplomatic visit of French delegates, L.C. Jean Fabri, Admiral Shocheprat, former Premier Viviani & Marshall Joffre. Image shows them among others in front of Lincoln's Memorial. Nice WWI item.

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  • Anonymous

    Published by Keystone View Company, Meadville, PA

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. # 18716 (426). Stereograph on gray board (7 x 3 1/2 inch) with commentary on the American drive through Chateau-Thierry during WWI. Nice overview of the small town on the Marne River with a good view of the old chateau. Clean copy.

    Seller Inventory # 9226

  • Anonymous

    Published by Keystone View Company, Meadville, PA

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. # 18000 (394). Stereograph on gray board (7 x 3 1/2 inch) with commentary on the backside about the dirigibles and their use in war by Germany and the Allies. View of a dirigible from below with the long narrow vessel moving through the sky, ca.1920. Clean copy.

    Seller Inventory # 9417

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. # 16762 (52). Stereograph on gray board (7 x 3 1/2 inch) with commentary on the backside about the port of Hoboken and its fine location for transportation, both sea and rail. Photo of three German Ocean Liners tied up to the large docks waiting out WWI so they won't be seized on the open sea, or sunk, with the Hudson River in the background. Fine clean copy.

    Seller Inventory # 9531

  • Anonymous

    Published by Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, San Francisco

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. Circa 1918. 6 1/2 x 6 tan paper folded in half. Excellent condition. Tax information for investors who purchased Liberty Bonds, Victory Notes, Treasury Certificates and/or War Savings Certificates to support the government during World War I.

    Seller Inventory # 016521

  • The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army

    Published by The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army, France, 1919

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original publisher's beige wrappers with staple binding. Cartoon by Breton on front cover. Back cover features a full-page cartoon showing a war veteran readjusting to civilian life with the caption, "Force of Habit 'Apres la Guerre'; the veteran tries to walk out of a restaurant with plates, cup, and utensils while two waiters try to stop him. 9 3/4" x 12 1/4." Twenty-four pages, complete. Black and white illustrations throughout magazine, complete. Most of the illustrations are by two artists signing as "Breton" and "Patsy Carroll." Not price-clipped. The original price is listed as one franc. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Fold lines and slight wrinkling. Upper-left corner is folded. Foxing on the covers (mostly on the back) and a few interior pages. A few small chips on the front cover and first few pages. The Spiker was published monthly during World War I and claimed to be the first magazine published and printed by an American military unit serving in France. Each issue contains material about World War I that gives a snapshot of life on the front and ranges in tone from serious to satirical. For example, there are current news stories reported from the different military companies and tributes paid to U.S. soldiers and other military service members, but there are also satirical songs, jokes, stories, and political cartoons. The relations between American and French soldiers are mentioned as well, such as some difficulties arising from the language barrier, general interactions between the soldiers, and the American soldiers' impressions of France while abroad.

    Seller Inventory # 021551

  • The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army

    Published by The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army, France, 1918

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original publisher's beige wrappers with staple binding. Cartoon by Breton on front cover showing an American soldier asking a parrot, "Polly voo francais?" Back cover features a full-page illustration of a scenic landscape with an accompanying poem, "The Old Chateau," by Jack Burroughs. 9" x 12." Twenty-four pages, complete. Black and white illustrations throughout magazine, complete. Most of the illustrations are by two artists signing as "Breton" and "Patsy Carroll." Not price-clipped. The original price is listed as one franc. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Fold lines and slight wrinkling. Small bit of foxing on a few pages. Lower-right corner of the pages are dog-eared (corner folds do not affect text or images). The Spiker was published monthly during World War I and claimed to be the first magazine published and printed by an American military unit serving in France. Each issue contains material about World War I that gives a snapshot of life on the front and ranges in tone from serious to satirical. For example, there are current news stories reported from the different military companies and tributes paid to U.S. soldiers and other military service members, but there are also satirical songs, jokes, stories, and political cartoons. The relations between American and French soldiers are mentioned as well, such as some difficulties arising from the language barrier, general interactions between the soldiers, and the American soldiers' impressions of France while abroad.

    Seller Inventory # 021549

  • The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army

    Published by The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army, France, 1918

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original publisher's beige wrappers with staple binding. Cartoon by Breton on front cover. Back cover features a full-page cartoon. 9 1/2" x 12 1/4." Twenty-four pages, complete. Black and white illustrations throughout magazine, complete. Most of the illustrations are by two artists signing as "Breton" and "Patsy Carroll." Not price-clipped. The original price is listed as one franc. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Fold lines and slight wrinkling. Foxing on a few pages. The Spiker was published monthly during World War I and claimed to be the first magazine published and printed by an American military unit serving in France. Each issue contains material about World War I that gives a snapshot of life on the front and ranges in tone from serious to satirical. For example, there are current news stories reported from the different military companies and tributes paid to U.S. soldiers and other military service members, but there are also satirical songs, jokes, stories, and political cartoons. The relations between American and French soldiers are mentioned as well, such as some difficulties arising from the language barrier, general interactions between the soldiers, and the American soldiers' impressions of France while abroad.

    Seller Inventory # 021550

  • The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army

    Published by The Men of the Eighteenth Engineers Railway, U.S. Army, France, 1919

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original publisher's beige wrappers with staple binding. Cartoon by Breton on front cover showing an American soldier putting in his order at a restaurant in French; his date says, "I don't know what you're ordering but I know it will be wonderful--you speak French so well!" Back cover features a full-page cartoon showing a war veteran readjusting to civilian life with the caption, "Force of Habit 'Apres la Guerre'; the veteran, an "ex-private," looks at his pocket watch in a bar and says, "Call to quarters is about to blow--I must go home." 9 1/2" x 12 1/4." Twenty-four pages, complete. Black and white illustrations throughout magazine, complete. Most of the illustrations are by two artists signing as "Breton" and "Patsy Carroll." Not price-clipped. The original price is listed as one franc. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Fold lines and slight wrinkling. Foxing on a few pages. Slight wear to the fore-edge. The Spiker was published monthly during World War I and claimed to be the first magazine published and printed by an American military unit serving in France. Each issue contains material about World War I that gives a snapshot of life on the front and ranges in tone from serious to satirical. For example, there are current news stories reported from the different military companies and tributes paid to U.S. soldiers and other military service members, but there are also satirical songs, jokes, stories, and political cartoons. The relations between American and French soldiers are mentioned as well, such as some difficulties arising from the language barrier, general interactions between the soldiers, and the American soldiers' impressions of France while abroad.

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    Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Original publisher's beige wrappers with staple binding. 5 1/2" x 8." Forty-eight pages, complete. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Slight wrinkling to the covers and a couple tiny rust marks on the front cover. Ephraim Douglass Adams (1865-1930) was an American professor and historian. His specialties were the Civil War and British-American relations. Benjamin Russell (1849-1935) was a Canadian politician, judge, lawyer, and professor from Nova Scotia. He served in the Canadian House of Commons from 1896-1900 and 1900-1904 representing the districts of Halifax and Hants, respectively. "Great Britain, America, and Democracy" was written by Adams and is printed on Pages 1-30. "Anglo-American Relations" was authored by Russell and is printed on the remaining pages. Both articles discuss British history and relations between Britain and the United States in the context of World War I.

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  • Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, London, England, 1914

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Fine. Original publisher's black and white illustrated wrappers with staple binding. Light purple accent decoration and text on front cover. Front cover also shows a portrait photograph of King Albert I of Belgium. 8" x 12." Pages 81-120, complete. Black and white photographs and illustrations, complete. Advertisements on back cover and inside of back cover. Text at the bottom of the back cover: "Printed and Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, Printing House Square, London, E.C." Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Binding is tight. Slight discoloration to the covers and slight edge wear. Back cover has a small wrinkle at the bottom edge and the top edge has a couple closed tears forming a partial chip. A Fine copy. The Times: History of the War, was a weekly subsidiary publication of The Times newspaper, which had been founded in 1785 as the Daily Universal Register. Its name was changed to "The Times" in 1788 and still operates to this day under the same title. This issue includes Chapters V and VI under the titles, "The French Army" and "The Army and the Fortresses of Belgium," respectively. Some of the topics of Chapter V: "The French Army After Waterloo," "The Loi de Deux Ans 1905," "Law of 1913," "War Organization of French Army," "Infantry," "Artillery," "Cavalry," "Decrees of 1911," "Front of German Concentration and Lines of Attack," and "Lorraine and Belgium." Some of Chapter VI's topics: "Belgian Neutrality as a Political Abstraction and Its Violation as a Military Theorem," "Neutrality Becomes a Focus of Patriotism," "The Old Army a Governmental Army," "The New Citizen Army," "The Creation of Fortresses," "The Problem of Liege and Namur," "The Army in 1863, 1899, and 1902," "The National Army Acts of 1909 and 1913," "Later Designs," and "Cupolas versus Modern Howitzers." Chapters V and VI also feature many reprinted photographs and illustrations, some of which are full-page. Some of the depicted subjects in the photographs and illustrations include General Joffre, General Pau, General Percin, General Michel, a "plan of the Maubeuge fortresses," "French troops marching through Paris," "Belgian scouts on the battlefield of Waterloo," a "map of France showing the territorial distributions of the French Army," the Palace of Justice in Brussels, King Albert I of Belgium, General Leman, "pentagonal Brialmont Fort," "triangular Brialmont Fort," and "modern defences of Antwerp.".

    Seller Inventory # 022048

  • Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, London, England, 1914

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original publisher's black and white illustrated wrappers with staple binding. Light brown accent decoration and text on front cover. Front cover also shows a portrait photograph of Field-Marshal Sir John French. 8" x 12." Pages 161-200, complete. Black and white photographs and illustrations, complete. Advertisements on back cover and inside of back cover. Text at the bottom of the back cover: "Printed and Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, Printing House Square, London, E.C." Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Binding is tight. Slight discoloration to the covers and slight edge wear. Fold line in lower-right corner of front cover and first leaf. Slight bump in lower-right corner for remainder of the magazine. A Very Good copy. The Times: History of the War, was a weekly subsidiary publication of The Times newspaper, which had been founded in 1785 as the Daily Universal Register. Its name was changed to "The Times" in 1788 and still operates to this day under the same title. This issue includes Chapters X-XIII under the titles, "The Rally of the Empire," "The War and Finance," "British Commerce, Shipping, and War Finance," and "German Finance," respectively. Some of the topics of Chapter X: "Opinion in Canada and Australia," "The King's Message to the Dominions," "Effect of Sir Edward Grey's Speech," "The Canadian and South African Press," "Loyalty of India," and "The King-Emperor's Message to India." Some of Chapter XI's topics: "Rise in London Open Market Discount Rate," "Heavy Borrowing from the Bank of England," "The Banks Lending Freely," "The Moratorium Act," "Collapse of Markets," and "Panic on the Continent." Some of Chapter XII's topics: "Agreement with the War Insurance Clubs," "German Mines and Neutral Shipping," "State Insurance Schemes in France, United States, and New Zealand," "Chartering of Norwegian Vessels," and "Financial Position in the United States." Some topics of Chapter XIII: "German Indebtedness," "Internal Structure of German Industry and Trade," "The Test of War," "Was Germany Self-Supporting?," "The German Banks," "The Morocco Crisis, 1911," and "A German Victory Essential." Chapters VII, VIII, and IX also feature many reprinted photographs and illustrations, some of which are full-page. Some of the depicted subjects in the photographs and illustrations include King George V, Sir Pertab Singh, the Majaraja of Mysore, "scene in front of the Royal Exchange," "scene in Throgmorton Street. The Stock Exchange closed," "royal proclamation of a moratorium read in the city," "scene in the city during the European crisis," "U.S.A. Cruiser Tennessee," and "Declaration of War in Berlin.".

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  • Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, London, England, 1914

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Near Fine (Near Fi. Original publisher's black and white illustrated wrappers with staple binding. Light brown accent decoration and text on front cover. Front cover also shows a portrait photograph of General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien. 8" x 12." Pages 201-240, complete. Black and white photographs and illustrations, complete. Advertisements on back cover and inside of back cover. Text at the bottom of the back cover: "Printed and Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, Printing House Square, London, E.C." Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Binding is tight. Slight discoloration to the covers and slight edge wear. Fold line in lower-left corner of the back cover. Slight rubbing on the covers. A Near Fine copy. The Times: History of the War, was a weekly subsidiary publication of The Times newspaper, which had been founded in 1785 as the Daily Universal Register. Its name was changed to "The Times" in 1788 and still operates to this day under the same title. This issue includes Chapters XIV and XV under the titles, "The German Army--1870-1914" and "The German Army in the Field," respectively. Some of the topics of Chapter XIV: "Traditions of the Army," "Moltke," "The War of 1866 and Its Lessons," "Prussian Strategy," "General Effect of 1870 on the Army," "The Law of 1893," "Ersatz Reserve," and "Emigrant Law of 1913." Some topics of Chapter XV: "The Reserve Formation and Their Use," "The Emperor and His Moltke," "Cavalry and Reserve Division," "Infantry and Machine-Gun Tactics," "German Heavy Howitzers," and "Mechanical Efficiency." Chapters XIV and XV also feature many reprinted photographs and illustrations, some of which are full-page. Some of the depicted subjects in the photographs and illustrations include the Crown Prince of Bavaria, the Crown Prince of Germany in uniform and riding on horseback, General von Kluck, General von Heeringen, General von Falkenhayn, Officers of the Death's Head Hussars, "the Kaiser in Uhlan uniform," "the Alexander Grenadier Guard Regiment, of which the Tsar was Colonel. The Tsar and the Kaiser in the foreground," "Duke Albrecht of Wurtemberg," German siege gun, map of the territorial distribution of "German Army Corps Areas," German siege Howitzer, "new German bomb-gun," "bomb-gun ready for firing," the Prince of Lippe, and "German infantry celebrating Sedan Day in Berlin.".

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  • Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, London, England, 1914

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Fine. Original publisher's black and white illustrated wrappers with staple binding. Light brown accent decoration and text on front cover. Front cover also shows a portrait photograph of Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener. 8" x 12." Pages 121-160, complete. Black and white photographs and illustrations, complete. Advertisements on back cover and inside of back cover. Text at the bottom of the back cover: "Printed and Published by The Times Publishing Company, Limited, Printing House Square, London, E.C." Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Binding is tight. Slight discoloration to the covers and slight edge wear. A Fine copy. The Times: History of the War, was a weekly subsidiary publication of The Times newspaper, which had been founded in 1785 as the Daily Universal Register. Its name was changed to "The Times" in 1788 and still operates to this day under the same title. This issue includes Chapters VII, VIII, and IX under the titles, "The British Army," "The Armies of the Dominions," and "The Native Indian Army," respectively. Some of the topics of Chapter VII: "Cardwell's Linked Battalions," "The Professional Army and the Citizen Army," "The Napoleonic War," "The Franco-German War," "The South African War," "The Haldane Reforms," "Drafts and Establishments Between 1904-1913," "The Infantry Division," and "Medical Service." Some of Chapter VIII's topics: "Importance of Sea Power Generally Understood," "Lack of Organization of Imperial Land Forces," "The Dominion in Advance of the Mother Country," "The Australasian and New Zealand Systems," "Defence System of South Africa," and "The Defence Act of 1912." Some of Chapter IX's topics: "Britain's Position in India," "Indian Troops at Malta," "The Gurkhas," "What Is a Sikh?," "Difficulties of Creed and Caste," and "Abolition of the 'Colour Line' in War." Chapters VII, VIII, and IX also feature many reprinted photographs and illustrations, some of which are full-page. Some of the depicted subjects in the photographs and illustrations include Brigadier-General H. H. Wilson, Field Marshal General Sir John French, Major-General Pulteney, General Sir Ian Hamilton, Lieutenant-General Sir Douglas Haig, Army motorcyclists, London Scottish Rifles, Irish Guards, Dublin Light Infantry, Queen's Own Oxford Hussars, Gordon Highlanders, "a Maxim gun on new tripod," "British troops at Havre," "Canadian Troops. The Queen's Rifles," "The Newfoundland Naval Reserves (Canada)," "Typical Gurkha Rifles," "Indian Cavalry: A Typical Sowar," and "A Veteran Subada-Major of the 45th Rattray's Sikhs.".

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Good. Ex-Library. Original publisher's beige paper wrappers with staple binding. Printed in black ink. Pages laid in loose. 1917-1918. 9 3/4" x 13 1/2." Twelve pages, complete. Pages 11 and 12 (back cover) feature advertisements, some of which are illustrated. California State Library stamps and tipped-in label on front cover. Magazine is clean and intact overall except for light age toning throughout, slight darkening on front and back, bumping at corners and edges, a couple of splits along head and tail of spine (the largest measuring about 2"), and a large close tear measuring about 3 1/4" on Pages 7 and 8." A Good copy. The December 1917 and January 1918 double issue of the California Review, a monthly magazine published by C. J. Colden in Monrovia, California. This issue features political news, local stories, and a few general-interest features. The opening articles are about World War I. Contents are listed as follows: "Current Events," "The Woman's Forum," "Educational Progress," Commerce and Industry," "The City Dutiful," and "Editorial.".

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  • Colden, C. J. (Editor); Barry, Harriet H. (Associate Editor)

    Published by C. J. Colden, Monrovia, CA, 1917

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Good. Ex-Library. Original publisher's beige paper wrappers with staple binding. Printed in black ink. Pages laid in loose. 9 3/4" x 13 1/2." Twelve pages, complete. Pages 11 and 12 (back cover) feature advertisements, some of which are illustrated. California State Library stamp on front cover. Covers (Pages 1-2 and 11-12) have come loose but are included. Magazine is clean overall but has light age toning throughout, darkening on front and back, bumping at corners and edges, wrinkling, and significant chipping on front cover with the largest chip measuring about 3 1/2" by 1" (mostly limited to top margin). A Good copy. The November 1917 issue of the California Review, a monthly magazine published by C. J. Colden in Monrovia, California. This issue features political news, local stories, and a few general-interest features. The opening articles are about World War I. Contents are listed as follows: "Current Events," "The Woman's Forum," "The City Dutiful," "The Municipal University," "Commerce and Industry," "The Fields of France," and "How About Mexico?".

    Seller Inventory # 024626

  • Colden, C. J. (Editor); Barry, Harriet H. (Associate Editor)

    Published by C. J. Colden, Monrovia, CA, 1918

    Seller: Barry Cassidy Rare Books, Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.
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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Good. Ex-Library. Original publisher's beige paper wrappers with staple binding. Printed in black ink. Pages laid in loose. 9 3/4" x 13 1/2." Twelve pages, complete. Pages 11 and 12 (back cover) feature advertisements, some of which are illustrated. California State Library stamps and tipped-in label on front cover. Magazine is clean and intact overall but has light age toning throughout, darkening on front and back, bumping at corners and edges, slight wrinkling, splitting at head and tail of spine, and several small chips at the extremities. A Good copy. The February 1918 issue of the California Review, a monthly magazine published by C. J. Colden in Monrovia, California. According to a pencil inscription on front, this was the last issue of the California Review. This issue features political news, local stories, and a few general-interest features. Includes articles about World War I, women's suffrage, government control of railroads, President Woodrow Wilson, and farm loan securities.

    Seller Inventory # 024627

  • Jordan, David Starr

    Published by Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis, 1916

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. xi, 255 pages, green cloth with gilt stamping, 7.5 x 5". Very good, rubbed hinges. Contains the address of the President of the World's Peace Congress delivered at Berkeley in connection with the International Panama-Pacific Exposition.

    Seller Inventory # 6434

  • Van Dyke, Henry

    Published by Harper & Brothers, New York and London, 1919

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Frank Schoonover (illustrator). First Edition. Attractive publisher's binding of pressed fabrikoid with wreath design surrounding portrait of Joan of Arc. Black and white plates and line drawings by Schoonover. A World War One soldier in France sees a vision of Joan of Arc. 70 pages.

    Seller Inventory # 8427

  • Mortane, Jacques

    Published by Editions Baudiniere, Paris, France, 1938

    Seller: Barry Cassidy Rare Books, Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.
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    Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Original publisher's blue and white wrapper. 4 3/4" x 7 1/2." 127 pages, complete. Short biographies printed in English of Georges Guynemer and Jean Mermoz laid-in. Back cover lists other book titles. A very clean copy. A biography of Georges Guynemer (1894-1917) and Jean Mermoz (1901-1936). Guynemer was a famed and revered French fighter pilot who served during World War I. Mermoz was a pioneering French aviator who served in the French Air Force and flew to many locations such as Morocco, Senegal, Argentina, and Brazil.

    Seller Inventory # 019425

  • Anonymous

    Published by Underwood & Underwood, New York, New York

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. circa.1916. "#14427, Underwood & Underwood U-264933". Stereograph on gray board (3 1/2 x 7 inch) with title across the bottom. Image of an airship anchored at Mincola with soldiers guarding the French airship during World War I. Fine clean copy.

    Seller Inventory # 11791

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. circa.1919. "#14381, Underwood & Underwood U-262026" Stereograph on gray board (3 1/2 x 7 inch) with title across the bottom. Image of U.S. Naval Secretary Josephus Daniels addressing a large crowd of troops at the end of World War I above the Rhine River. Damage to the lower left corner margin from inserting the stereograph into a viewing machine, not affecting image.

    Seller Inventory # 11792

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Original brown cloth with orange lettering. No publisher, printer or place. Consists of: Obituaries of three soldiers: John Baird Atwood, Howard Houston Henry and Samuel Franklin Pogue. Also, interesting answers to a questionaire sent out by class secretary (graduation, occupations, marriage and children, location, and (best of all) general comments on the latest Princeton reunion and the class in general. Other summaries of the class are included. Some small black ink flecks on front cover, otherwise and clean and fresh copy. 213 pages, including index.

    Seller Inventory # 8438

  • O'Shaughnessy, Edith

    Published by Harper & Brothers, New York & London, 1918

    Seller: Barry Cassidy Rare Books, Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.
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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. First Edition. vii, 196 pages, plates, map of Verdun and vicinity, blue cloth with gilt stamping, gilt top edge, 8 1/4 x 5 1/2". Very good, hinges rubbed. some foxing on pages facing plates. Written by a diplomat's wife describing Nancy, Luneville, Vitrimont, Bar-le-Duc, Verdun, Chalons, Mont Prenet, the Marne, Theatricals and Camouflage,

    Seller Inventory # 6419

  • Ellis, Havelock

    Published by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston and New York, 1917

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. First American Edition. Publisher's dark blue pebble cloth with gilt lettering. Former owners' stamp and signature on front end paper and half-title. Essays on war, pacificism, birth control, prostitution, eugenics, etc. 252 pages, including index.

    Seller Inventory # 8363