Canberra, Department of Information, 1943 and 1944. The Australian Army at War series.
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London, Collins, [No date, circa early 1890s]. Tidy contemporary ownership details (Whinham College, South Australia). One of the Collins School Series.
New Haven, William Reese and Sydney, Hordern House, 2004 [second edition, revised and enlarged]/ 1974, 1982 and 1983 [originally published in three volumes]. An extensively annotated catalogue of the important collection amassed by Kenneth Evan Hill - 'the most extensive gathering of books that document early voyages of exploration and...
[Canberra], Australian National University, 1977, 1980 [and] 1982. With related sheets loosely inserted.
The first 12 years are cloth-bound in six volumes; Volumes 13 to 19 are bound as separate volumes, each with the annual bibliography supplement; Volumes 20 to 36 are in the original parts as issued (in two numbers and the separate bibliography per annum to Volume 32, then in three...
London, The Royal Anthropological Institute, 1955. Not least, Peter M. Worsley; 'The Totemic System of the WaniNdiljaugwa' (pp57-58) and Dr Alphonse Riesenfeld; 'Prehistoric Stone Objects from New Britain' (pp58-59). Loosely inserted is an order form for the Institute's Christmas Cards.
[Gilbert Islands], Aobiti n Rongorongo i Biti, 1945. The first number of this newssheet in Gilbertese (as far as we can make out the title translates as 'Sail Ho! News of the World'). Content includes updates on the progress of the Second World War, as well as local news.
London, John Murray, 1927. A 1930 Murray catalogue is loosely inserted.
Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 1967.
London, Harrap, 1928.
New York, Abrams, 1979. Contents include a 55-page section by Hans Nevermann on the art of Oceania.
London, Isbister, 1900. With the ownership signature of Thomas Thornton Reed, sometime Anglican Archbishop of Adelaide; loosely inserted is a four-page leaflet (dated May 1900) appealing for funds for a new mission ship, and a Melanesian Mission stamp (depicting 'Reef Islanders'). The latter is unpriced, so presumably it is not...
Rongorongo, London Mission Press, 1948 (revised edition)/ 1931. The text comprises short biographies in Gilbertese of Saint Augustine, Francis of Assisi, Wycliffe, Tyndale, Luther, Bunyan, William Penn, John Howard, Elizabeth Fry, John Patterson, Tolstoy, and Booker Washington. One of 600 copies.
Kuala Lumpur, Maybank, 1999. '... the best poetry and art by poets and artists from Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei.' Text in Malay and English.
Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1925.
Canberra, Australian National Gallery, 1978.
Menlo Park, Chenby Publishers, 1968.
London, Adam and Charles Black, 1975/ 1966 [third edition]/ 1934.
London, T. Werner Laurie, 1913 [second edition/ 1909].
London, Pearson, 1901 (Colonial edition, published in the same year as the first edition).
London, Thames and Hudson, 1978. With a review slip loosely inserted.
Singapore, Page One Publishing, 1999.
Adelaide/ Canberra, Art Gallery of South Australia/ National Gallery of Australia, 2006. With the presentation inscription from Harry Medlin.
London, William Heinemann, 1930. Some Australian content.
Berlin, Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft, (1934). Solomon Islands, New Guinea and Bali; text in German.