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London, Leipsic (sic): T. Fisher Unwin, 1911. Hardcover. First Edition. 388 pp. 8vo. Blue cloth boardw ith gold embossed crest on cover board, gold embossed titling to spine. Slight bumping to corners, overall wear. Prevous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, clean within. Number 5 in the publisher's South American Series. Very Good.
Boston, MA: New York Graphic Society, 1987. Hard Cover. First Edition. xiii, 209 pp. Oblong 4to. Clean and crisp. Dust Jacket has minor bumping, small tear at hinge of rear dust flap that has been tape repaired, now in mylar cover.
Signed by James Duff, one of the essayists, on the title page. Fine / Very Good.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1914. Hardcover. First Edition. xi, 321 pp. Folding map at rear. Green cloth covered boards with gold titling to cover boards and spine; small tear at head of spine. Light foxing to preliminary pages, some foxing within. Previous owner's bookplate on first free endpaper, owneriship signature. Map tipped in at rear in Fine condition. Very Good.
Berlin, Germany: G. Reimer, 1964. Hardcover. Facsimile Edition. iv, 404, 3 plates at rear. 4to. Pages 13-28 misbound at rear between pages 392 & 393, complete. This is a facsimile edition of the original journal, published in 1829. Text in German.
Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss's (1777-1855) first published paper on his principle of least constraint. Fine.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1948. Hardcover. First Edition. xiv, 743 pp. 4to. Dust jacket has minor scuffing and small closed tears at edges and a 3/4" loss at top right corner of rear panel, now in mylar cover. Red cloth boards with silver embossed titling. Previous owner has inscribed his name and date of gift in light blue ink on front pastedown, they have also pasted a small plate to the first free endpaper of a typed quote by William Maitland, "Today we study the day before yesterday, in order that yesterday may not paralyze today, and that today may not cloud our vision of tomorrow."
Siegfried Gideon (1888-1968) was an important influence on the International Movement in architecture and design. "Mechanization Takes Command".....
Gossage, John. Washington DC: Loosestrife Editions, 1987. Limited Edition. Unpag. Elephant Folio. Rigid clean plastic dust jacket has some scuffing, protects silver gelatin print that is inset in the front cover which is covered in black cloth, gray embossed titling runs along spine on cover.
Eighteen photorgaphs by John Gossage taken in Berlin between 1982 & 1986. Printed in an edition of 500 copies, this being #426 and signed by John Gossage on the limitation page.