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1 ANDERSON, Matthew Smith. Europe in the Eighteenth Century 1713-1783.
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1961). 
First edition. 8vo. ix, 364 pp. Index. Gray cloth, titles stamped in red; covers soiled. Good. First Edition. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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2 BAILLAUD, M., et als. Un demi-Siècle de Civilisation Française (1870-1915).
Paris: Hachette & Cie. 1916. Signed
8vo. 472 pp. Modern green cloth, gilt-stamped spine title, original printed wrappers bound in. Inscribed by George Ellery Hale dated Paris September 1916, bookplate of Mount Wilson Observatory. Fine. Provenance: George Ellery Hale’s (1868-1938) personal copy. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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3 BLACK, Eugene C. (ed.). Posture of Europe 1815-1940. Readings in European Intellectual History.
Homewood, IL: The Dorsey Press, (1964). 
8vo. xiv, 726 pp. Cloth. Fine. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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4 BREHAUT, Ernest. An Encyclopedist of the Dark Ages.
New York: [Columbia University], 1912. 
8vo. 274 pp. Hardcover; title-page loose. Ink ownership signature of David C. Lindberg. Ex-library with the usual markings; some light marginalia in pencil by David C. Lindberg. As is. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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5 DOWNS, Norton (ed.). Essays in Honor of Conyers Read.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1953). 
First edition. 8vo. xxii, 304 pp. Portrait frontis., index. Gilt-stamped blue cloth, dust-jacket; jacket torn along edges, else fine. Conyers Read was an American historian specializing in British 15th & 16th centuries. First Edition. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6 EMERSON, Edwin, Jr. A History of the Nineteenth Century Year by Year.
New York: P.F. Collier and Son, 1901. 
2 volumes (of 3, being vols. 2+3). 1924 pp. 11 color plates, monochrome plates, index; several pages town, paper flaw (torn) pp. 841-2, pp. 859-860 badly folded, gauge in upper margin pp. 1895-1900. Burgundy cloth, gilt spine; spine head a bit frayed. Good. 
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7 GALILEO GALILEI; Giorgio de SANTILLANA (1902-1974). The Crime of Galileo.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1955). Signed
8vo. xv, 338 pp. Illus., index. Cloth, dust-jacket; jacket very worn. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR (in Italian, difficult to read and be certain…). 
Price: 2.95 USD
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8 GUINSBURG, Thomas N. (ed.). The Dimensions of History; Readings on the Nature of History and the Problems of Historical Interpretation.
Chicago: Rand McNally, (1971). 
8vo. ix, 157 pp. Index. Printed wrappers. Fine. Includes 14 articles: Note:On history: some conflicting comments -- I. THE CHALLENGES OF HISTORY: The critical historian / George Kitson Clark -- II. THE NATURE OF HISTORY: The science of history / J.B. Bury -- What are historical facts? / Carl L. Becker -- The historian and the computer / Stephan Thernstrom -- The historian and his day / J.H. Hexter -- The historian and history / Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. -- Historical past and existential present / Staughton Lynd -- III. THE INGREDIENTS OF HISTORY: Political institutions: The advancing power of the state / Halvdan Koht -- Economic and social forces: Structural causes of revolutions / Jacques Godechot -- War: The impact of total war / Gordon Wright -- Leaders: The hero in history / Sidney Hook -- Masses: Listening to the 'inarticulate' / Jesse Lemisch -- Ideas: Racism and imperialism / Richard Hofstadter. 
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9 KROLL, Richard W.F. Material Word; Literate Culture in the Restoration and Early Eighteenth Century.
Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. 0801840023 / 9780801840029 
8vo. xxii, 420 pp. Illus., index. Gray-black silver-stamped cloth, dust-jacket. Very good +. ISBN 10: 0801840023 
Price: 40.00 USD
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10 LANGSAM, Walter Consuelo. The World Since 1914. Sixth edition.
New York: Macmillan, 1950. Signed
¶ Two volumes. 8vo. xviii, 538; 539-969, 113 pp. Double-page folding color frontis. map, folding color map, illus., index. Bound in full polished calf, raised bands, dark brown gilt-stamped spine label. Signature of Newell B. Mack. Bookbinder’s ticket of Friedrich Von Langkammerer, Tehran. Langkammerer is a noted German-Iranian binder. His personal library contained some 2000 volumes that were sold to the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The volumes is inscribed “For my friend – Dec. 1955 [possibly Langkammerer to Mack]. Newell B. Mack, an arms control advocate, died of cancer Nov. 17 [1986] at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass. He was 52 years old and lived in Belmont, Mass. Mr. Mack and his sister, Cornelia, were the first children to walk in the desert near Alamogordo, N.M., where an experimental atomic bomb had been detonated July 16, 1945. A few days after the bomb was detonated, Mr. Mack and his sister went to ground zero with their father, Julian Ellis Mack, who headed the optics division of the Manhattan Project, the wartime group that developed the nuclear device. Cornelia Mack died of cancer last year. His mother lived in Madison, Wisconsin, where it was purchased from Dr. David Lindberg, by JWRB. [see: NY Times Obituary November 27, 1986]. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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11 LANGSAM, Walter Consuelo. The World Since 1914. Sixth edition. [2 volumes].
New York: Macmillan, 1950. Signed
2 volumes. 8vo. xviii, 538; 539-969, 113 pp. Double-page folding color frontis. map, folding color map, illus., index. Bound in full polished calf, raised bands, dark brown gilt-stamped spine label. Signature of Newell B. Mack. Bookbinder’s ticket of Friedrich Von Langkammerer, Tehran. Fine. Friedrich Von Langkammerer is a noted German-Iranian binder. His personal library contained some 2000 volumes that were sold to the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The volumes is inscribed “For my friend – Dec. 1955 [possibly Langkammerer to Mack]. Newell B. Mack, an arms control advocate, died of cancer Nov. 17 [1986] at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass. He was 52 years old and lived in Belmont, Mass. Mr. Mack and his sister, Cornelia, were the first children to walk in the desert near Alamogordo, N.M., where an experimental atomic bomb had been detonated July 16, 1945. A few days after the bomb was detonated, Mr. Mack and his sister went to ground zero with their father, Julian Ellis Mack, who headed the optics division of the Manhattan Project, the wartime group that developed the nuclear device. Cornelia Mack died of cancer last year. His mother lived in Madison, Wisconsin, where it was purchased from Dr. David Lindberg, by JWRB. [see: NY Times Obituary November 27, 1986]. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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12 LICHTMAN, Allan J.; Valerie FRENCH. Historians and the Living Past; the theory and practice of historical study.
Arlington Heights: AHM, (1978). 0882957732 / 9780882957739 
8vo. xx, 267 pp. Index. Printed wrappers. Near fine. ISBN: 0882957732 / 0-88295-773-2 
Price: 12.00 USD
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13 MEINECKE, Friedrich (1862-1954). Staat und Persönlickzeit. Studien von Friedrich Meinecke.
Berlin: L.S. Mittler & Sohn, 1933. 
First edition. 8vo. VIII, 238 pp. Original beige cloth, brown title stamping. Ownership rubber stamp of Prof. W. Holzmann, Bonn. The author, here the first edition of State and Personality, was an anti-Semite. First Edition. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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14 MUSTO, Renato; Ernesto NAPOLITANO. Una favola per la ragione. Miti e storia nel « Flauto magico » di Mozart.
Milano: Feltrinelli Editore, (1982). Signed
8vo. 182 pp. Pictorial color wrappers; rubbed, a bit creased. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR (Musto) TO L. PEARCE WILLIAMS. Very good. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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15 PIEL, Gerard. The Acceleration of History.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972. 0394473124 / 9780394473123 
8vo. 369 pp. Illus. Cloth, dust-jacket. Very good +. ISBN: 0394473124 / 0-394-47312-4 
Price: 2.00 USD
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