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  1. German Music Books, sheet music

    Very large collection of German Music. Books, sheet music etc. Modern and old music good for German dances, Oktoberfests and Karneval. Will sell all or any part you want for best offer

  2. BULK SALE:  Bookstore Inventory

    BULK SALE: Bookstore Inventory 204 Books First Editions, Film, Pop Culture, Esoterica, Childrens, Rock, Antiquarian, Art, Mexico, Cult, Magic, Collectible, Annuals… https://picasaweb.google.com/posterazzi/Books?authkey=Gv1sRgCJDFx-7rsMq4dA $700

  3. st SIGNED 1st Edition: "Golf Shotmaking" by Billy Casper

    Golf Shotmaking is for every golfer who wants to score better. William Earl Casper, Jr. (born June 24, 1931) is an American professional golfer who was one of the most prolific tournament winners on the PGA Tour from the mid 1950s to the mid 1970s.Casper had 51 PGA Tour wins in his career, placing him seventh on the all time list. His victories helped him finish third in McCormack's World Golf Rankings in 1968, 1969 and 1970, the first three years they were published. He won three major championships ...

  4. st 1st. Printiing: "Guadalcanal Diary" by Richard Tregaskis

    Guadalcanal is a memoir written by war correspondent Richard Tregaskis and Published by Random House. Tregaskis relates combat and conversation in an immediately accessable vernacular, taking care to cite the full name, rank and hometown of each of the Marines he encountered over the week he was on the island. The book was so well recieved at home upon publication, and spoke such volumes of camaraderi amongst the Marines, that USMC still makes Guadalcanal Diary required reading for all officer ...

  5. st "The Patton Papers 1885 - 1940" VOL I & II  by Martin Blumenson

    Few Generals have been more praised, hated, honored, and misunderstood than George S. Patton, Jr. A man of many masks, he is famaliar as the great combat leader of World War II, commander of the Third Army and archetype of the sweeping field commander who, with his glorious tanks, swept across Africa, Sicily, France and Germany. Yet many of the most intriguing sides of General Patton have remained hidden. Until now, no historian has had available to him the full range of Patton's complex mind, a ...

  6. st 1st Edition; "Why Men Fight" by Bertrand Russell

    Written in response to the devastation of World War I, "Why Men Fight" lays out Russell's ideas on war, pacifism, impulse, reason and personal liberty. Russell argues that when individuals live passionately, they will have no desire for war or killing. Conversely, excessive restraint or reason causes us to live unnaturally and with hostility toward those who are not like ourselves. Russell was one of the greatest intellectuals in human history. This appears to be a first edition published in January ...

  7. st "The Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum

    This is one of the greatest stories ever told. Here it is bound in a beautiful leatherette cover. The story is also wonderfully illustrated by photographs from the MGM movie. 155 pages. Please make an offer.

  8. st "Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe 1930 boxed edition

    This is a wonderful 1930 Boxed edition of the classic novel Robinson Crusoe. It is beautifully illustrated by Edward A. Wilson. 299 pages. Please make an offer on this great book. Free shipping inside the USA.

  9. st A Romantic's Guide to the Country Inns of Britain & Ireland 1st ED.

    This book describes and illustrates some of the best romantic country inns of Britain and Ireland. Most of these places are still in operation because they have been around for over a 100 years. The book is in very good condition.

  10. st Uncle Remus 1905 EDITION by Joel Chandler Harris

    This is a beautifully illustrated children's book. It is in very good condition. It was published by Grosset and Dunlap.It has 16 wonderful illustrations. This early edition is getting hard to find.

  11. st 1st Edition: "Dr. Zhivago" by Boris Pasternak

    Although it contains passages written in the 1910s and 1920s, Doctor Zhivago was not completed until 1956. The novel was submitted to the journal "Новый Мир" (Novy Mir, Russian for both New World and New Peace) and rejected because Pasternak's political viewpoint was opposed by the Soviet authorities.[2] The author, like Zhivago, showed more concern for the welfare of individuals than for the welfare of society. Soviet censors construed some passages as anti-Marxist. There are implied criticisms of ...

  12. st 1st Edition: "Seven Wonders of the World" by Lowell Thomas

    Lowell Jackson Thomas (April 6, 1892 – August 29, 1981) was an American writer, broadcaster, and traveler, best known as the man who made Lawrence of Arabia famous. So varied were Thomas's activities that when it came time for the Library of Congress to catalog his memoirs they were forced to put them in "CT" ("biographies of subjects who do not fit into any other category") in their classification.Free shipping inside the USA.

  13. st 1st Edition: "Memoirs of a Revolutionist" by Vera Figner

    This is the authorized translation from Russian. Vera Figner was the oldest of six children of a wealthy forester. When she was eleven she was sent to the Rodionovsky Institute for Women in Kazan for the following six years. When she returned to her rural home she was influenced by her liberal uncle, and began to aspire to help the poor. She decided to study medicine, which was not permitted for women in Russia at the time, in Switzerland. Figner's father forbade her from going, so she married Alexei ...

  14. st "Over the Teacups' by Oliver Wendell Holmes 1891

    This is a complete book volume IV of "Over the Teacups" taken from a 14 volume set of his complete writings.Holmes first gained international fame with his "Breakfast-Tables" series.[144] These three table-talk books attracted a diverse audience due to their conversational style, which made readers feel an intimate connection to the author, and resulted in a flood of letters from admirers.[145] The series' conversational tone is not only meant to mimic the philosophical debates and pleasantries that ...

  15. st "Who They Were" by Robert C. Shaler

    This is the story about how authorities used DNA to identify the missing people in the 9/11 World trade Center tragedy. This book is new and unread. 370 pages.

  16. st "I Am A Soldier , Too - The Jessica Lynch Story" by Rick Bragg

    This is the story as told by American soldier, Jessica Lynch, about her ambush, capture and rescue in Iraq. Rick Bragg is a Pulitzer Prize winning author. This book is new and unread. 207 pages.

  17. st FIRST EDITION "The Ugly American" by Lederer & Burdick

    The Ugly American is about men and women in Southeast Asia-- people being a little corrupt, people trapped by the beauty of a land or of a woman, people being bought cheap with champagne and caviar. 285 pages. First Edition. Please make an offer on the highly collectable book.

  18. st "Leaves of Grass" by Walt Whitman

    This edition is is authorized and editorially supervised by Whitman's literary executors, Richard Maurice Bucke, Thomas B. Harned, and Horace L. Traubel. Edited by Emory Holloway.Beautifully illustrated by Rockwell Kent. Make an offer on this classic poetry book.

  19. st 1st Edition "The First Circle" by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

    This novel depicts the lives of occupants of a sharashka ( a R&D bureau made of gulag inmates), located in the Moscow suburbs. This novel is highly autobiographical. 580 pages first published in 1968. Please make an offer on this great book.

  20. st RARE: "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll

    This facsimile volume of the rare 1865 First Edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland comes in a 4 record set of Cyril Ritchard reading and singing the story. Beautifully illustrated, collectors item. 192 pages. Albums in very good condition. Free shipping inside the USA.

  21. st 1st Printing: "Pylon" by William Faulkner

    Pylon is the story of a group of barnstormers, whose lives are throughly unconventional. They live hand to mouth always a step or two ahead of destitution and their interpersonal relationships are unorthodox and shocking by the standards of their society and times. They meet an overwrought and extremely emotional newspaperman in New Valois, who gets deeply involved with them, with tragic consequences. First Printing February 1935. 315 pages. In 1949 William Faulkner recieved the Nobel Prize in ...

  22. st "Selected Writings of Gertrude Stein" Modern Library

    Two months before Gertrude Stein died in Paris, on July 27, 1946, she examined the manuscript for this volume and cabled her enthusiastic approval. By following mail she sent "A Message From Gertrude Stein" which appears on page VII. It is probably the last word from her pen. Free shipping inside the USA.

  23. st SIGNED 1st Edition: "North of Hope" by Jon Hassler

    Hailed by The New York Times Book Review as a "writer good enough to restore your faith in fiction," Jon Hassler has established himself as a contemporary literary master. This is a signed first edition. 518 pages.

  24. st 1st Edition: "What Falls Away" by Mia Farrow

    In this exquisitely written memoir, Mia introduces us to the landscapes of her extraordinary life. Mia Farrrow's story is ultimately one of hope and courage in the face of difficulty; of commitment to others -- most important of whom are her children; and of spiritual strength. Readers will not easily forget this remarkable book, even long after the last page has been turned.