Auckland, Auckland Art Gallery, (1973).
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Perth, United Aborigines Mission - Language Department, (1959). Loosely inserted are a supplementary Pronunciation Sheet (one page quarto, produced in the later 1960s) and a receipt signed by the author.
Canberra, Australian National University Press, 1970 (first edition).
London, Cassell, 1960.
Melbourne, George Robertson, 1872. On the front flyleaf is a gift inscription from Albert Gard to his father, Melbourne, 9 May 1872. The author, a medical practitioner, records a discussion on the preservation of human bodies in the six-page preface to this 'quaint novel'; the only other publications attributed to...
Melbourne, The Victorian Railways Advertising Division, . Cover illustration by Norris.
Hawthorndene and Adelaide, Investigator Press (Volume 1) and the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and State Herbarium (Volume 2), 1986 and 1991. John Black (1855-1951) was a reporter who turned to botany relatively late in life; he emigrated to South Australia in 1877.
London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1923. 'The Fatimids, Fatimid Caliphate or al-Fatimiyyun is the Shia dynasty which ruled much of North Africa from January 5, 910 to 1171 AD. After about 1070 AD, Fatimid authority over the Levant coast and parts of Syria was challenged first by Turkic...
London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1923 (second impression)/ 1923. American novelist and dramatist Harry Leon Wilson (1867-1939) was part of the Bohemian colony at Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, which included Jack London, Mary Hunter Austin, George Sterling, Upton Sinclair, Xavier Martinez, Ambrose Bierce, Alice MacGowan, Sinclair Lewis, Francis McComas, and Arnold...
Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1943. '... a full-scale modern novel of a whole community ... the scene is intensely dramatic - a county seat during a murder trial'.
London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1937 (fifth impression)/ 1937. 'In this man of the Merchant Service you will find the true successors to the Cabots and the Frobishers, the Grenvilles and the Drakes'. Frontispiece by Stanley Rogers.
New York, Hastings House, 1967. 'The Nunivak Expedition captured a large group of musk ox calves ... a magnificent piece of work on Arctic life: the Eskimos, the tundra ... and the sheer excitement of chasing the musk ox'.
London, Peter Davies, 1938 (sixth impression)/ 1936. Rare with the dustwrapper (which states 'First Cheap Edition'; front flyleaf stamped 'Overseas Edition'. Benney was a London street urchin (cum-petty crim) during the Great War who graduated to be a fully-fledge career criminal'.
Canterbury, Osprey Publications, 1971/ 1969. Loosely inserted is a list of Griffon-Spitfire and Seafire RAF squadrons. Excellent early modelling reference.
London, Ward, Lock & Co., 1927. An Auckland, New Zealand, setting.
[Tokyo, Maruzen, 1980s]. Text in Japanese. A few related pieces of ephemera are loosely inserted.
London, Ian Allan Ltd, 1979. The Boston was later renamed the Havoc in the USAAF.
Brisbane, Gerald Reid Godschall Johnson, 1991. 53 Squadron, flying Lockheed Hudsons. Two small sheets of related ephemera are loosely inserted.
Bega, The Authors, 1994. 454 Squadron RAAF; Baltimore bombers in the Middle East.
Box Hill North, Bonall Publishing, 1980. By the author of 'A Saga of Achievement. A Story of the Men and Women who maintained and operated Radio and Radar Systems of the RAAF over 50 Years'.
Greenslopes, McCANN Publications, 1985. Signed by the author, with her address label, on the verso of the front cover. The first page bears a few tiny emphases... An ex-WAAAF Sergeant's story.
Noble Park, The Author, 1992. 'A Tasmanian Royal Australian Air Force Serviceman's World War II letters'.
Earl Shilton, Midland Counties Publications, 1980. Comprehensive; includes a date cross-reference, and a location map of the UK.
London, King Penguin, 1947.
Adelaide, G. Hassell & Son, 1916 (third edition)/ 1916. Not least, the final poem, 'Gallipoli, 1915'.