Physiological Chemistry

Gilt lettering over brick red cloth boards. A text-book and manual for students of physiological chemistry. 6 x 9 inches with 1,154 pages. Illustrated throughout. Covers show some light soil, a bit of wear to edges. A few markings. Third edition.

  • Physiological Chemistry
  • Albert P. Mathews
  • William Wood and Company, 1920

Fathers and Sons

This leatherbound book is very clean, bright, unmarked and tight. Watered-silk endpapers, all page edges gilt, archival quality paper, ribbon bookmark. Woodcuts by Fritz Eichenberg bring to life Turgenev's classic novel, translated here by Constance Garnett. 235 pages; approx. 7"x9".

  • Ivan Turgenev
  • Fritz Eichenberg, illustrator
  • The Easton Press, 1977

The Song of Our Syrian Guest

This antique hardcover book is bound in gray cloth boards with gilt cover lettering and mother-of-pearl inlay accenting one letter of the title. Mild edgewear; gift inscription on front endpaper; two lines of soil on rear cover. Binding tight. Three full-page plates, plus decorations, by Charles Copeland. The book offers a meditation on the 23rd Psalm from the point of view of a Syrian shepherd. 59 pages; approx. 5"x7"

  • The Song of Our Syrian Guest
  • William Allen Knight
  • Charles Copeland, illustrator
  • The Pilgrim Press, 1911

Woman's World Cook Book

Vintage illustrated cookbook from Woman's World magazine and the Culinary Arts Institute. 5 x 8 inches with 512 pages. Glossy illustrated covers, illustrated throughout. Some light wear, overall a nice clean copy.

  • Woman's World Cook Book
  • Melinie De Proft, editor
  • Culinary Arts Institute, 1961

Bill Bruce and the Pioneer Aviators

First entry from the well-regarded Bill Bruce aviation series penned by Hap Arnold. Henry Harley Arnold was an American who held the titles of General of the Army and General of the Air Force, Chief of the Air Corps, Commanding General of the U.S. Army Air Forces and was the only U.S. Air Force general to hold five-star rank, and the only officer to hold a five-star rank in two different U.S. military services. Arnold was also the founder of Project RAND, which evolved into one of the world's largest non-profit global policy think tanks, the RAND Corporation, and one of the founders of Pan American World Airways. The six book in the Bill Bruce series were all published in 1928.  Reverse of title page has this title at the top of the series list, same with the rear panel of the jacket. Gift inscription on front endpaper. Pages and covers are clean, some light browning to pages. Binding nice and tight. Jacket shows heavy edgewear, chips and soil to rear panel, now in a protective mylar covering. 5"x7.5" with 250 pages.

  • Bill Bruce and the Pioneer Aviators
  • H. H. Arnold
  • A. L. Burt Company, 1928

Now We Are Six

Milne's classic collection of poetry about turning six with illustrations by Ernest H. Shepard. First American edition. Clean tears are present on pages 12 and 13;  on page twelves is approx. one inch tear from top close to spine, page thirteen shows a significant tear, close to spine, running down three-quarters of the page. Otherwise some minor wear, covers show some soil and fading. 103 pages, 5 x 7.5 inches. 

  • Now We are Six
  • A. A. Milne
  • Ernest H. Shepard, illustrator
  • E. P. Dutton and Company, 1927
  • First edition

Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Second edition. This hard cover book has a green cover with gilt lettering on the spine of the cover. The owner's name is written on the front endpaper and on the foredge, a few markings within. Illustrated throughout. 5.5" x 8" with 634 indexed pages. 

  • Maude B. Muse
  • W. B. Saunders Company, 1936
  • Second edition