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1. Abd al Karim, Bukhari, mir. Histoire de l'Asie Centrale (Afghanistan, Boukhara,
Khiva, Khoqand) depuis les Dernieres Annees du Regne de Nadir Chah (1153),
jusqu'en 1233 de L'Hegire (1740-1818). [Volume II]. Traduction Francaise. Paris:
Ernest Leroux, 1876. This volume only (of 2). folding map, 303p. Softcover in most
of original wrapper. 28cm. Backstrip replaced by plain brown paper on which brief
title and author information is written in pencil. Front and back cover ragged around
edges and heavily glued first couple adjacent leaves. Text leaves almost entirely
unopened. Fair. French text. Publications de l'Ecole des Langues Orientales Vivantes:
[Vol.] I. Edited and translated by Charles Henri Auguste Schefer. The first volume,
not present here, contained the untranslated Persian text. 
2. Abeyasinghe, Tikiri. Portuguese Rule in Ceylon, 1594-1612. Colombo: Lake House
Investments, (1966). 1st ed. map on endpapers, 2 plates, index, xi, 247p. Original blue
boards. dj. 22cm. Text moderately browned. 
3. Academy of Sciences MPR. Information Mongolia: The Comprehensive Reference
Source of the People's Republic of Mongolia (MPR). Oxford: Pergamon Press, (c.
1990). photos, index, xxvii, 505p. plus 3 color folding maps. Original red cloth. dj.
30cm. Minor wear on jacket. Fine. 
4. Adams, Henry, 1838-1918. Letters from Japan. Edited with an Introduction and Notes
by Donald Richie and Yoshimori Harashima. Tokyo: Kenkyusha, n.d. . xxv,
85p. Softcover in original wrapper (with a dj). 18cm. 
5. Aguinaldo, Emilio (with Vicente Albano Pacis). A Second Look at America. New York:
Robert Speller, (1957). 1st ed. frontis, photos, index, 258p. Original black cloth. 22cm.
Spine slightly sloped. No Jacket. INSCRIBED by "Vicente Pacis" on the endpaper to
J. Graham Parsons "as a token of appreciation for a brief but memorable association
during the 1960 SEATO Council meeting." Parsons served in various Government
posts including U.S. Ambassador to Laos and later to Sweden. 
6. Ahmad, Bashiruddin Mahmud, 1889-1965. Ahmadiyyat or the True Islam. Qadian,
Punjab, India: Talif-o-Ishaat, n.d. [Publisher's Note dated 1924]. portrait, ii, 429p.
Original dark green cloth. 20cm. Extremities frayed and worn. A couple of minor
cover spots. Good. No Jacket. 
7. Akademiiai fanhoi RSS Tojikiston. Borbad I Khudozhestvennye traditsii narodov
tsentral'noi i perednei Azii: istroriia i sovremennost'. Titles on separate titlepages in romanized Tajik (Barbad va sanat'ha-yi hunari-I marduman-i Asiya-yi
Markazi: diruz va imruz) and English (Borodbad and culture traditions of
Central Asiatic People: the History and the Present). Dushanbe: Izd-vo "Donish",
1990. 486p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Text moderately browned. Russian
text; table of contents also in Tajik (Arabic Script) and English. "Proceedings of a
conference held April 23-29, 1990 in Dushanbe, Tajik S. S. R. and sponsored by the
Academy of Sciences of Tajik SSR, Union of Composers, Union of Writers, Ministry
of Culture of Tajikistan and A. Donish Institute of History, Archaeology and
Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan" 
8. Akademija nauk Kazachskoj SSR. Trudy Instituta Istorii, Archeologii I Etnografii
[Complete set]. Alma-Ata: 1956-1963. 1st ed. 19 volumes. Original bindings (cloth
and cloth-backed boards). Cover colors vary. 26cm. Moderate cover scuffing and
wear. Library stamping on endpapers in only one volume. A sound set. Good. Russian
9. Alder, Garry. Beyond Bokhara: The Life of William Moorcroft, Asian Explorer and
Pioneer Veterinary Surgeon 1767-1825. London: Century Publishing, (c. 1985). 1st
ed. index, xiii, 417p. Original boards. dj. 24cm. Fine. 
10. Alekseev, G. V. [and] Yu. V. Knorozov [and] B. Ya. Volchok. Soviet Studies on
Harappan Script. Coconut Grove: Field Research Projects, 1969. ii, 35p. Softcover
in original wrapper. 28cm. Staples rusty. Edited by Henry Field and Edith M. Laird.
Russian articles translated by Hem Chandra Pande. 
11. Allied Geographical Section. Southwest Pacific Area. Terrain Handbook 37. RomblonMarinduque (Philippine Series). n.p.: November, 1944. several folding maps,
photos, 82p. Softcover in original cloth-backed wrapper. 19cm. Red cloth backing
worn at top. "Restricted" printed above title on front cover. "No. 27" stamped on front
12. Allied Geographical Section. Southwest Pacific Area. Terrain Handbook 41. Manila
(Philippine Series). n.p.: November, 1944. several folding maps, photos, 97p.
Softcover in original cloth-backed wrapper. 19cm. Red cloth backing missing several
small chips. "Restricted" printed above title on front cover. "32" stamped on front
13. Allied Geographical Section. Southwest Pacific Area. Terrain Handbook 51. Panay
Island (Philippine Series). n.p.: 10 December, 1944. several folding maps, photos,
136p. Softcover in original cloth-backed wrapper. 19cm. Red cloth backing frayed at
ends. Cover scuffing and soil. "Restricted" printed above title on front cover. "No.
2309" stamped on front cover. 
14. Allison, W. L. The Sadhs. Calcutta: Y.M.C.A. Publishing House, 1935. 127p. plus short
bibliography and index. Original green cloth. dj. 19cm. Jacket has light edge-wear and
some foxing. The Religious Life of India Series. The Sadhs are a small, monotheistic
religious sect in Central India. 
Alzona, Encarnacion, editor and translator. Julio Nakpil and the Philippine
Revolution; with the Autobiography of Gregoria de Jesus. Manila: 1964. 1st ed.
photos, facsimiles, music, v, 181p. Original red cloth. dj. 25cm. Jacket lightly worn.
INSCRIBED on endpaper by Juan Nakpil, a leading Philippine architect and a son of
Julio Nakpil. The text includes Nakpil's "Apuntes sobre la Revolucion Filipina" as
written in Spanish in 1925 followed by an English translation. Gregoria de Jesus was
the wife of Julio Nakpil; her brief autobiography written in 1928 appears in the
original Tagalog followed by an English translation. 
16. American Embassy (Vientiane, Laos). Personnel Section. United States Government
Agencies, Telephone Directory, Vientiane, Laos, August 1, 1960. [cover title].
Vientiane: Imprimerie Viengsavan, n.d. . , 43p. Softcover in original
wrapper. 23cm. Former owner's name and some light fading on cover. Kong Le’s
short-lived coup started 10 days after the date on this directory. 
17. American Federation of Labor. Some Reasons for Chinese Exclusion. Meat vs. Rice.
American Manhood against Asiatic Coolieism. Which Shall Survive? Washington:
GPO, 1902. frontis, 30p. Softcover. No separate wrapper. Disbound. 23cm. 57th
Congress, 1st Session. Senate Document No. 137. 
18. Anderson, John, 1833-1900. Mandalay to Momien: A Narrative of Two Expeditions
to Western China of 1868 and 1875 under Colonel Edward B. Sladen and Colonel
Horace Browne. London: Macmillan and Co., 1876. 1st ed. frontis, ills, 3 folding
maps, index, xvi, 479p. Original green cloth, rebacked with most of original backstrip
mounted. 22cm. Hinges visibly repaired and a bit stiff. Some bubbling of cover cloth.
Contents sound. Good. 
19. Annales du Musee Guimet. Tome Septieme. Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1880. This volume
ONLY. 8 plates (some folding, including a map), 186 [1.e. 386]p. Softcover in original
light green wrapper. 30cm. Cover soiling, chipping and other wear although still intact.
Contents sound and clean. Good. Mostly unopened, French text. Numerous articles,
including "Voyage au Yun-nan et ouverture du fleuve Rouge au Commerce," by M.
J. Dupuis (pp. 139-201 plus a folding map). 
20. Anthonisz, R. G. The Dutch in Ceylon: An Account of Their Early Visits to the
Island, Their Conquests, and Their Rule over the Maritime Regions during a
Century and a Half. Volume I. Early Visits and Settlement in the Island.
Colombo: Printed at the C.A.C. Press, 1929. 1st ed. maps (1 folding), ills (1 folding),
index, 2, iv, ii, , 198p. Original grayish-blue cloth. 21cm. Light soil and minor
fraying. Pencilled gift inscription on endpaper. No Jacket. No further volumes were
21. Arasaratnam, Sinnappah. Dutch Power in Ceylon, 1658-1687. New Delhi: Mrs. Nirmal
Singal for Navrang, 1988. ills, index, map, xxii, 256p. Original purple cloth. dj. 22cm.
Fading along bottom edge of cover. First published in 1958. 
22. Arbuthnot, F. F. and Richard Francis Burton, editors. Ananga-Ranga; (Stage of the
Bodiless One) or, the Hindu Art of Love. (Ars Amoris Indica.) Translated from
the Sanskrit, and Annotated by A.F.F. & B.F.R. Cosmopoli: for the Kama Shastra
Society of London and Benares, and for Private Circulation only, 1885. index, xvi,
144p. Original vellum. 19cm. Endpapers browned. Cover rather soiled. Good. Both
sets of initial for the translated are just reversed versions of each of the editor's real
initials - a rather ineffectual feint toward anonymity. Penzer identifies this edition as
the "third" reprint [See Penzer at pages 172-173]. 
23. Archer, John Clark. The Sikhs in Relation to Hindus, Moslems, Christians, and
Ahmadiyyas. A Study in Comparative Religion. Princeton: Princeton University
Press, 1946. 1st ed. photos, index, xi, 353p. Original cloth-backed boards. dj (priceclipped). 22cm. Jacket browned. Bottom edge worn. Good. 
24. Archer, Mildred. British Drawings in the India Office Library. London: HMSO, 1969.
1st ed. 2 vols. colored frontises, 120 plates (b & w), index, xxvii, 364, xiii, -712p.
Hardcover in original black cloth. djs (price-clipped). 25cm. Light rubbing and wear
25. Archer, Mildred. Company Drawings in the India Office Library. London: HMSO,
1972. 1st ed. frontis, xiv, index, 298p. plus (56) plates. Original brown cloth. dj. 25cm.
26. Archer, Mildred. India and British Portraiture, 1770-1825. London & NY: Sotheby
Parke Bernet, 1979. maps, photos, index, 536p. Original black cloth. dj. 27cm. Fine.
27. Arends, A. K. [and] A. B. Khalidov [and] O. D. Chekhovich, editors or translators.
Bukharskii Vakf XIII v.: Faksimile. Moskva: Nauka, 1979. 133p. Original black
cloth. 26cm. Minor wear. Facsimile reproduction of the unique scroll of a draft copy
of the Arabic text of a waqf document dated 1299 from Bokhara (and supplemented
by an old Persian translation made before 1661). Brief (3 ½ page) English summary
at end. Documents from the Central State Archive in Tashkent. 
28. Arevalo, Renato C. V. and Jose Wright, Jr., editors. Flag of the Filipino People:
Prepared for Reading in Philippine Schools on the Occasion of Flag Day June 12,
1950. By the Manila Lions Club. Manila: Lions Club of Manila, 1950. 18p.
Softcover pamphlet. 18cm. Light foxing and wear. 
29. Ariz., Michael. Bhutan: The Early History of a Himalayan Kingdom. Warminster:
Ariz. & Phillips, (c. 1979). 1st ed. photos, maps, folding chart, index, xxxiv, 344p.
Original cloth. Light wear. No jacket. Aris, who died in 1999, was married to Burmese
heroine Aung San Suu Kyi for the last 28 years of his life. 
Arts, P. L. W. Tetsubin: A Japanese Waterkettle. Groningen: Geldermalsen
Publications, (1988). 1st ed. ills (b & w), xiii, 438p. (index and ills at end not included
in pagination). Original blue cloth. dj. 24cm. Fine. 
Atwell, Pamela. British Mandarins and Chinese Reformers: The British
Administration of Weihaiwei (1898-1930) and the Territory's Return to Chinese
Rule. Hong Kong: Oxford Univ. Press, 1985. photos, index, xxiii, 302p. Hardcover.
dj. 22cm. Fine. INSCRIBED on half-title by Atwell (as "Pam"). 
32. Audemard, Louis. Les Jonques Chinoises [Parts I-VI and IX only of 9 parts
numbered I-VI, VII/VIII, IX and X]. Rotterdam: Museum voor Land- en
Volkenkunde [and] Maritiem Museum "Prins Hendrik", 1957-1970. Each part
softcover in original wrapper. 27cm. Backstrips faded and some covers are also faded
around edges. Foxing and a crease on title-page in Part VI (which has some small
stains on cover). Library stamp on title-page in Part IX. Subtitles on these various
parts: (I) Histoire de la Jonque [ills, folding map, 97p.]; (II) Construction de la
Jonque [ills, folding map, 72p.]; (III) Ornamentation et Types [ills (a few color),
folding map, 61p.]; (IV) Description des Jonques [2 folding maps, 92p.]; (V) Haut
Yang Tse Kiang [ills, 72p.]; (VI) Bas Yang Tse Kiang [ills, 116p.]; and IX Contes Est
[ills, 99p.]. 
33. Aufschnaiter, Peter. Peter Aufschnaiter: Sein Leben in Tibet. Innsbruck: Steiger, (c.
1983). 1st ed. photos, maps, colored folding map (laid in), index, 207p. Original
maroon cloth. dj. 23cm. Covers show just a hint of warping. Edited by Martin Brauen.
Peter. German text. Aufschnaiter, an Austrian mountaineer and a member of the Nazi
Party, escaped from his British captors in India, and made his way to Tibet with fellow
escapee Heinrich Harrer during World War II. Both remained in Tibet until the
Chinese invasion in 1950. 
34. Baiao, Antonio. A Inquisicao de Goa. Lisboa: Academia das Ciencias [Vol. I]; Coimbra:
Imprensa da Universidade [Vol. II], 1945 [date on wrapper is 1949]-1930. 2 vols. 447,
18p. Later ½ leather (pebbled blue boards and black leather). Original wrapper bound
in on Vol. I. 24cm. Extremities rubbed. Joints splitting on Vol. I. Text moderately
browned on Vol. II. Good. No jackets. Portuguese text. Vol. I subtitled: Tentativa de
Historia da sua Origem, Estabelecimento, Evolucao e Extincao (Introducao a
Correspondencia dos Inquisidores da India 1569-1630); Vol. II subtitled:
Correspondencia dos Inquisidores de India (1569-1630). 
35. Azarpay, Guitty. Sogdian Painting: The Pictorial Epic in Oriental Art. Berkeley:
University of California, (c. 1981). ills, 30 color plates (2 double-page), index, xxii,
212p. Hardcover. dj. 28cm. Fine. Pre-Islamic state in portions of what is now
Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. 
36. Bailey, F. M. China--Tibet--Assam: A Journey 1911. London: Jonathan Cape, (c.
1945). frontis, photos, index, 175p. Original red cloth. 20cm. Spine sloped. Former
owner's name and a gift notation. No Jacket. 
37. Baker, Ian A. The Dalai Lama's Secret Temple: Tantric Wall Paintings from Tibet.
London: Thames and Company, (c. 2000). frontis, photos (by Thomas Laird; many in
color), ills, 216p. Original red cloth. dj. 32cm. Fine. 
38. Baker, Samuel White, 1821-1893. The Rifle and the Hound in Ceylon. London:
Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1854. 1st ed. 6 color lithographs (including
frontis), xii, 409p. Old, probably later, ½ leather (marbled boards with green leather
backing and corners). 22cm. Minor scuffing. Mostly light foxing and browning.
Offsetting from plates (no tissue guards present). Adventure and hunting -- elephants,
water buffalo, and the sambar deer. 
39. Baldanzhapov, P. B. Kelen-u Cimeg; Mongol'skoe Grammaticheskoe XIX veka:
Mongol'skii Tekst, Svodnyi Tekst i Perevod, Vvedenie i Primechaniia. Ulan-Ude:
Buriatskoe knizhnoe izd-vo, 1962. 134p. Softcover in original wrapper. 26cm. Light
cover wear. Mongolian text (with an appendix: Grammatika Tibetskogo Iazyka).
40. Barfield Thomas J. Central Asian Arabs of Afghanistan: Pastoral Nomadism in
Transition. Austin: University of Texas Press, (c. 1981). 1st ed. index, xxii, 182p.
Hardcover. dj 23cm. SIGNED on title-page by Barfield. Fine. 
41. Baring-Gould, Sabine, 1834-1924, and Charles Agar Bampfylde, 1856-1918. A History
of Sarawak under Its Two White Rajahs, 1839-1908. London: Sotheran, 1909. 1st
ed. photos in text, folding map, index, xxiii, 464p. Original wine-colored cloth. 23cm.
Extremities lightly rubbed. No Jacket. Three-page Preface by C. Brooke, the second
42. Barnhart, Richard M. [and many others]. The Jade Studio Masterpieces of Ming and
Qing Painting and Calligraphy from the Wong Nan-p'ing Collection. New Haven:
Yale, (c. 1994). 1st ed. ills (many in color), photo, maps, index, 307p. Original cloth.
dj. 31cm. SIGNED on half-title by James Cahill who wrote one of the introductory
essays. Introduction by Richard M. Barnhart. Exhibited at the Yale University Art
Gallery April 9, 1993 - July 31, 1994 and later at two other American museums and
at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Fine. 
43. Barrett, T. H. Li Ao: Buddhist, Taoist, or Neo-Confucian? Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1992. 1st ed. index, x, 178p. Original boards. dj. 22cm. Fine.  $175
44. Barthold, V. V. Four Studies on the History of Central Asia. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 19581962. 2nd printing of Vol. I; 1st printing of Vols. II and III. 3 vols. frontises, photos,
indexes, xvi, 183, xii, 200, vii, 187p. Cloth. 19cm. Some cover fading and minor wear.
Later bookplate in each volume identifying Joseph Francis Fletcher, Jr. as a former
owner. Translated from the Russian by V. and T. Minorsky. 
45. Bax, B. W. Eastern Seas: being a Narrative of the Voyage of H. M. S. "Dwarf" in
China, Japan, and Formosa. With a Description of the Coast of Russian Tartary
and Eastern Siberia, from the Corea to the River Amur. London: John Murray,
1875. frontis, folding map, ills, x, 287p. Rebound in contemporary ½ leather. 20cm.
Cover somewhat worn with substantial scuffing and spotting. Former owner's name
stamp (Captain B. Long, R. N.") on half-title. Contents sound with some light
browning and scattered foxing. Good. 
46. Beechey, F. W. Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering's Strait, to Cooperate with the Polar Expeditions: Performed in His Majesty's Ship Blossom,
under the Command of Captain F. W. Beechey ... in the Years 1825, 26, 27, 28.
London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831. 1st octavo ed. 2 vols. 3 folding
maps (two rather large), 24 plates (4 double-page), xxvi, 472, iv. 452p. Modern ½
mottled leather. Trimmed when rebound (20.2cm.). Maps and plates all present but
darkened with significant foxing and soiling; contents otherwise sound with only
minimal foxing. Good. An important multi-year voyage that included visits to Pitcairn
Island, Tahiti, Russian America (Alaska), Hawaii, the Loo Choo Islands (Okinawa and
other Ryukyu Islands), etc. A quarto edition in one volume was also published in 1831.
47. Belcher, Diana Joliffe, Lady. The Mutineers of the Bounty and their Descendants in
Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands. London: John Murray, 1870. 1st ed. frontis, ills, 420p.
Rebound in later blue 19th century 1/2 leather. 19cm. Cover heavily scuffed. Contents
sound and clean. Good. 
48. Beliaev, Viktor M. Central Asia Music: Essays in the History of the Music of the
Peoples of the U. S. S. R. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, (c. 1975). 1st ed.
in English. xvi, 340p. Original blue cloth. 26cm. Fine. This abridged English-language
version was edited and translated by Mark Slobin. 
49. Bell, Charles. The Religion of Tibet. London: Oxford University Press, 1931. color
frontis, photos, folding map, pages unopened, index, xv, 235p. Blue cloth. dj (priceclipped). 23cm. Jacket only Good (edges chipped and worn with some marks from old
cellophane tape repairs). 
50. Bell, Charles Alfred. The People of Tibet. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1928. 1st ed.
frontis, photos, 2 folding maps, xix, 319p. Original dark blue cloth. 22cm. Edges
bumped. Light wear. No Jacket. 
51. Bell, Charles Alfred. Tibet: Past & Present. London: Oxford University Press, 1924.
1st ed. frontis, photos, 2 folding maps, index, xiv, 326p. Original blue cloth. dj. 23cm.
Minor wear only. Information about another Central Asian book inked on front free
52. Bengal Provincial Railway Company, Limited. Certificate for One Special Share
costing 100 rupees for the Dasghara-Jamalpurgunj Extension. Dated 9th
December 1916. n.p.: Dated 1916.. 25 x 30cm. Splitting along later folds. Good.
Signed by Secretary and two Directors. Payment information on back as if noting a
transfer in 1929. 
53. Bennett, Terry. Korea Caught in Time. Reading (UK): Garnet Publishing, (1997). 1st
ed. photos (a few color), index, xiv, 144p. Original blue cloth. dj. 26cm. Fine. Early
Korean photographs and the non-Korean photographers who took them. Introduction
by Martin Uden. 
54. Benveniste, Emile, editor. Textes Sogdiens. Paris: Geuthner, 1940. 1st ed. ix, 284p.
Original cloth-backed boards. 32cm. Corner chipped. Contents lightly age-toned. No
Jacket(probably never had one). Sogdian text above with French translation below;
Commentray, Glossary, etc in French. Mission Pelliot en Asie Centrale. Serie inQuarto, III. 
55. Benveniste, Emile, editor. Vessantara Jataka: Texte Sogdien. Paris: Geuthner, 1946.
x, 136p. Softcover in original wrapper. 33cm. Backstrip chipped at ends. Sogdian text
above with French translation below; other material in French. Mission Pelliot en Asie
Centrale, Serie in-Quarto, IV.
56. Bernard, Theos. Penthouse of the Gods: A Pilgrimage into the Heart of Tibet and the
Sacred City of Lhasa. New York: Scribner's, 1939. frontis, photos, index, xii, 344p.
Original black cloth. Printed photo mounted on front cover. 24cm. A handsome copy
of an unspecified early printing. 
57. Bertel's, E. E. Navoi I Dzhami. Moskva: Izd-vo "Nauka" Glavnaia red. vostochnoi lit-ry,
1965. 498p. Original cloth. 26cm. No jacket. Russian text (part in Jagataic). Bertel's
Izbrannye Trudy, t. 4. 
58. Besant, Annie. Shall India Live or Die? [Madras?]: The National Home Rule League,
New India Bookshop, 1925. index, 159, 25p. Original olive green cloth. 22cm.
Moderate cover wear. Corners rubbed. Former owner's name and name stamp. Good.
No Jacket. 
59. Bhanja, Kamalesh C. Mystic Tibet and the Himalaya. Darjeeling: Gilbert & Company,
(c. 1948). 1st ed. ills, photos, 306p. Original blue cloth. dj. 22cm. Chipped at ends of
backstrip (which is also browned by an old tape mark).Tape marks on endpapers.
60. Bickford, Maggie. Ink Plum: The Making of a Chinese Scholar-Painting Genre.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1996). 1st ed. Illustrated (b & w), index,
xix, 295p. Original cloth. dj. 28cm. Fine. SIGNED by Bickford on title-page. This
scarce study was awarded a Joseph Levenson Book Prize as the best book of the year
on pre-20th century China. 
61. Bicol River Basin Development Program. [Manila?]: n.p., 1973. folded maps, xi, 138,
p. Photocopied text in original spiral bound wrapper. 33cm. 
62. Billeter, Jean Francois. The Chinese Art of Writing. Geneva: Skira; NY: Rizzoli,
(1990). Illustrated (some color), index, 319p. Original cloth. dj. 27cm. Fine. Card
slipcase (Skira) present. 
63. Bishop, Isabella Lucy (Bird), 1831-1904. Korea and Her Neighbors: A Narrative of
Travel, with an Account of the Recent Vicissitudes and Position of the Country.
New York: Fleming H. Revell, (c. 1897). 3rd ed. frontises, photos, folding map, index,
488p. plus (4)p. publisher's adverts. Original red cloth. 21cm. Backstrip somewhat
faded. Ends of backstrip & cover edges rubbed. No Jacket. 
64. Bishop, Isabella Lucy (Bird), 1831-1904. The Yangtze Valley and Beyond: an
Account of Journeys in China, Chiefly in the Province of Sze Chuan and among
the Man-Tze of Somo Territory. New York: Putnam's, 1900. 1st Amer. ed. 2 vols.
frontis, photos, folding map, index, xii, 410, vii, 365p. Original dark blue cloth. 23cm.
Corners lightly bumped. No Jacket. 
65. Bock, Carl Alfred, 1849-1932. Temples and Elephants; The Narrative of a Journey
of Exploration through Upper Siam and Lao. London: Sampson Low, Marston,
Searle & Rivington, 1884. 1st ed. frontis, plates (2 colored) folding map, index, xvi,
438p. Recent quarterbinding (brown marbled-paper over boards backed in brown
leather). 22cm. Lacks portrait of author which should face page 1. Library call number
inked at bottom of title-page (some offsetting on frontis). No other library markings
present. Text lightly browned. 
66. Boerschmann, Ernst, 1873-1949. Die Baukunst und Religiose Kultur der Chinesen:
Einzeldarstellungen auf Grund Eigener Aufnahmen Wahrend Dreijahriger
Reisen in China. Berlin und Leipzig: George Reimer (Vols. I and II); Walter de
Gruyter & Co. (Vol. III), 1911, 1914 and 1931. 1st ed. 3 volumes. ills, plates (some
color and/or folding), maps, folding plans, xvii, 203, xii, 288, xv, 428p. Volume 1
neatly rebound in tan buckram. Volumes 2 & 3 in original yellow-orange cloth. 31cm.
Printed later biographical sketch of Boerschmann mounted on a blank leaf in Vol. I.
Unbound folding plates 31-36 in Vol. II still in original band inside back cover. No
Jackets. German text. Titles of individual volumes: Band I: P'u T'o Shan: die Heilige
Insel der Kuan Yin der Gottin der Barmherzigkeit ; Band II: Gedachtnistempel Tze
Tang; and Band III: Pagoden Pao Ta. 
67. Boerschmnn, Ernst. Picturesque China: Architecture and Landscape: A Journey
through Twelve Provinces. New York: Brentano's Inc., (c. 1925). 1st Amer. ed. ills,
xxii, 288p. Original red cloth. 31cm. Ends of backstrip faded and heavily chipped at
ends (missing 3cm. at bottom) . Joint cloth splitting. Contents, consisting photos
captioned in English, French, German and Chinese and preceded by a brief
introduction and a List of Illustrations (the photos), are sound and clean. Fair. No
68. Bonvalot, Gabriel, 1853-1933. Across Thibet being a Translation of "De Paris au
Tonking a Travers le Tibet Inconnu" New York: Cassell, (c. 1892). 1st Amer. ed.
frontis, ills, xiii, folding map (in cover pocket), 417p. Orig. cloth. 24cm. Minor cover
soil. Ends of backstrip rubbed (some discoloration). Gift note glued on free endpaper.
Translated by C. B. Pitman (who also wrote a brief Preface.). 
69. Bonvalot, Gabriel, 1853-1933. Through the Heart of Asia; over the Pamir to India.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1889. 1st ed. in English. 2 vols. ills, folding map, 281, x,
249p. Original bluish-green cloth. Pictorial scene on front covers. 25cm. Ex lib. (Mark
Skinner Library in Manchester, Vermont). Minor remnants where spine labels were
removed. Translated from the French by C. B. Pitman. 
70. Bosshard, Walter. Durch Tibet und Turkistan: Reisen im Unberuhrten Asien.
Stuttgart: Strecker & Schroder, (c. 1930). 1st ed. frontis, ills (including a folding
panorama), maps, index, xiv, 245p. Original cloth. 22cm. German text. No Jacket.
71. Bower, Ursula Graham. Drums Behind the Hill. New York: Wm. Morrow, 1950. 1st ed.
photos, index, vi, 270p. Original yellow cloth. dj. 21cm. Scuffing and edge-wear on
jacket. Cover edges rubbed. Nine years among the Naga. 
Brand, Michael and Glenn D. Lowry, editors. Fatehpur-Sikri: A Sourcebook.
Cambridge: The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University
and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1985. frontis, photo, xi, 333p.
Softcover in original wrapper. 28cm. Fine. 
73. Brander, A. A. Dunbar. Wild Animals in Central India. London: Edward Arnold, 1923.
1st ed. 16 plates (including frontis), xv, 296p. Original maroon cloth. 23cm. Backstrip
lightened. Some scuffing and wear. Good. No Jacket. 
74. Briggs, Charles Whitman. The Progressing Philippines. Philadelphia: Griffith &
Rowland, (c. 1913). frontis, photos, index, 174p. Original dark blue cloth. 20cm.
Minor spotting and wear. No Jacket. INSCRIBED in pencil on endpaper ("Rev. J. C.
Rawson with the esteem of Chas W Briggs"). Prepared as a text-book for mission
study classes. The inscribee, a graduate of Colgate University, was a Baptist minister.
75. Brinker, Helmut and Albert Lutz. Chinese Cloisonne: The Pierre Uldry Collection.
New York: Asia Society Galleries, (1989). Illustrated (including quite a few in color),
144p. plus unpaginated illustrated catalog of the collection. Hardcover. dj. 25cm. Fine.
Translated from the German by Susanna Swoboda. 
76. Brothers, Ali. For India and Islam. Calcutta: Saraswaty Library, 1922. photos, 120p.
Softcover. 18cm. Backstrip chipped and worn. Good. 
77. Broughton, William Robert. A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean in
which the Coast of Asia ... the Island of Insu ... the North, South, and East Coasts
of Japan, the Lieuchieux and the Adjacent Isles, as well as the Coast of Corea,
hand been Examined and Surveyed. Performed in Her Majesty's Sloop
Providence, and her Tender, in the Years 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798. London: T.
Cadell and W. Davies, 1804. 1st ed. 7 [of 9] plates and maps, xx, 393, [1p. list of
plates], [2p. publisher's adverts.]. Recent quarterbinding. 27cm. Minor foxing (mostly
on plates and maps), The large folding map facing the title-page reinforced along folds.
Good but lacking the two final maps and plates: (1) "The Panoramic View of the
Harbour of Napakaan; and (2) "View of the Island of Koomesang, entrance to the
Harbour of F. Chousan, &c. &c. A very scarce account. Unfortunately, the former
owner removed the maps from the book for display -- two maps became lost or
disappeared and a third split along some of its folds (necessitating reinforcement when
we had this rebound). 
78. Brower, Robert H., translator. Conversations with Shotetsu (Shotetsu Monogatari).
Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, 1992. 1st ed. index,
x, 223p. Original black cloth. dj. 23cm. Fine. Edited with an Introduction and Notes
by Steven D. Carter. 
79. Buck, C. H. Faiths, Fairs, and Festivals of India. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1917. 1st
ed. folding map, index, 262p. Original brown cloth. 19cm. Scattered cover spots. No
Bunnag, Tej and Michael Smithies. In Memoriam Phya Anuman Rajadhon:
Contributions in Memory of the Late President of the Siam Society. Bangkok:
Siam Society, 1970. photos, folding maps, 397p. Softcover in original wrapper. 24cm.
Light scuffing and wear. 
81. Burden, William Douglas, 1898-1978. Dragon Lizards of Komodo: An Expedition to
the Lost World of the Dutch East Indies. New York: Putnam's, 1927. 1st ed. frontis,
photos, map (on endpapers), xii, 221p. Original cloth. 23cm. Modest ink spot on back
of frontis. No Jacket. Account of an expedition to collect reptile specimens for the
Bronx Zoo and the American Museum of Natural History. 
82. Burlingame, Eugene Watson, editor & translator. Buddhist Legends: Translated from
the Original Pali Text of the Dhammapada Commentary. Cambridge: Harvard
University Press, 1921. 1st ed. 3 vols. index, xxxviii, 328, 366, 391, 16p. Original
cloth. 26cm. Covers lightly scuffed. No Jackets. Harvard Oriental Series. Volumes 2830. 
83. Burlingame, Eugene Watson, translator. Buddhist Parables: Translated from the
Original Pali. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1922. 1st ed. frontis, index, xxix,
348p. Original blue cloth. 24cm. Ends of backstrip and cover corners rubbed and
lightly frayed. Minor cover stain. No Jacket. 
84. Burma. Amended List of Ancient Monuments in Burma. Rangoon: Supdt,. Govt.
Printing and Staty., 1960. Oddly paginated (207 total pages). Hardcover. Extremities
rubbed (minor fraying). Cover slightly warped. No jacket. First published in 1921.
85. Burnaby, Frederick Gustavus, 1842-1885. A Ride to Khiva: Travels and Adventures
in Central Asia. London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., n.d.. 15th ed. xvii, 429p. plus
(12)p. publisher's adverts. Original decorated rust brown cloth. 20cm. Spine sloped.
Hingepapers cracked. Lightly browned. Good. No Jacket. 
86. Burnell, Arthur Coke, editor and translator. The Ordinances of Manu. Translated
from the Sanskrit. With an Introduction by the Late Arthur Coke Burnell ...
Completed and Edited by Edward W. Hopkins. London: Trubner & Co., 1884. 1st
ed. index, xlvii, 399p. Original cloth. 21cm. Minor cover soil. Sixteen pages of
publisher's adverts.( dated 1/10/85) bound in before the half-title. 
87. Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890. Falconry in the Valley of the Indus. London: John
Van Voorst, 1852. 1st ed. 4 tinted litho ills (including frontis), xii, 107p. plus 8p.
publisher's adverts. Rebound in later (probably early 20th century) ½ leather. 19cm.
Joints scuffed and a bit tender. Marbled endpapers match marbled paper on cover.
Bookplate (Burke Casari). Burton's fourth published book. According to Casada's biobibliographical study of Burton [at page 43], "[t]he work is set in the Sind during
1845 and 1846, when Burton enjoyed many happy hours hunting with the region's
accomplished falconers." 500 copies were published, attracting only modest notice.
Penzer reported that copies were still available from the publisher as late as 1910.
88. Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890. Goa, and the Blue Mountains; or, Six Months
of Sick Leave. London: Richard Bentley, 1851. 1st issue of the 1st ed. 4 tinted plates
(including frontis), folding map, ills, xxiv, 368p. Original fawn-colored cloth, rebacked
with most of original backstrip mounted. Endpapers preserved with hinges
professionally repaired with archival paper tape. Backstrip slightly darkened. Light
cover soiling, scattered foxing. Bookplate (Burke Casari). First issue of Burton's first
book. Penzer called this first issue in fawn cloth "rare." 
89. Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890. Scinde; or, the Unhappy Valley. London: Richard
Bentley, 1851. Mixed set. Vol. I: 2nd ed.; Vol. II: 1st ed. 297, 309p. Volume I rebound
in ½ leather. Volume II original dark green cloth. 20cm. Backstrip on Vol. II missing
a narrow strip (about 1.3cm. in length) near top of front joint. Spine slightly sloped.
Armorial bookplate in Vol. I (James Albert Garland, Jr.). Good. A mixed set of
Burton's uncommon second book written while on active military duty in Colonial
90. Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890. Vikram and the Vampire; or, Tales of Hindu
Deviltry. London: Tylston and Edwards, 1893. Large Paper edition limited to 200
copies . frontis, ills (by Ernest Griset), xxi, 243p. plus p. publisher's adverts.
Original black cloth; front cover extensively decorated in gilt; small gilt illustration on
back cover (which appears on the front cover of the Memorial edition); gilt titling on
backstrip. 25cm. Ends of backstrip and cover edges rubbed (with relatively minor
show through). Foxing on some of the full-page illustrations. Burton's incomplete
adaptation [Penzer calls it an "adaption"] of the "Baital Pachisi," a Hindu translation
of traditional Indian vampire tales from the Sanskrit. See the next item for the smallerpaper "Memorial" edition that was also published in 1893 by Tylston & Edwards as
Vol. V of the seven volumes edited Burton's wife and titled collectively as the
"Memorial Edition of the Works of Captain Sir Richard F. Burton." The frontis in this
uncommon large paper edition is a photogravure by Albert Letchford (which replaces
the frontis by Griset found in the original 1870 edition and in the 1893 Memorial
91. Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890. Vikram and the Vampire; or, Tales of Hindu
Deviltry. London: Tylston and Edwards, 1893. Memorial edition. frontis, ills (several
full-page), xxi, 243p. plus p. publisher's adverts. Original black cloth. Small gilt
illustrations on front and back covers; gilt lettering on backstrip. 22cm. Ends of
backstrip lightly chipped. Gift inscription. Bookplates of two later owners (Alan K.
Dolliver and Burke Casari). Vol. V of the "Memorial Edition of the Works of Captain
Sir Richard F. Burton" 
92. Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890 . Sind Revisited: with Notices of the Anglo-Indian
Army; Railroads; Past, Present, and Future, Etc. London: Richard Bentley and
Son, 1877. 1st ed. index, xii, 343, iv, 331p. Rebound in later ½ leather (bound by J.
Fawn & Son in Bristol (England). 20cm. Lightly scuffed. Bookseller's ticket on front
endpapers (Gaston Renard). All edges marbled (presumably when rebound). Foxing
on a few outer leaves. Burton's second book, published in 1851 while Burton was a
military officer in Colonial India, was titled "Scinde, or the Unhappy Valley." Burton
revisited Sind in 1876 and updated his thoughts and speculations about this region,
now part of Pakistan, while admitting in the Preface [at page ix] that ".. I have
borrowed copiously, from "Scinde, or the Unhappy Valley, whatever of enduring
interest was in it ...". 
93. [Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890, and many others]. Journal of the Bombay Branch
of the Royal Asiatic Society. Bound volume containing two early issues (January,
1849 and January, 1850). Bombay: 1849, 1850. First issue: caption title, 9 plates (3
folding), errata slip, 191p. Second issue: caption title, folding map (Sketch Map
showing the Position of the Mud Craters of Hinglaj), 4 plates, 148p. Original wrappers
were not preserved when this volume was originally bound. Now in an attractive recent
quarterbinding. 22cm. Portion of original front pastedown preserved and mounted
containing the following: "Presented by Lieut. Col. St. John Bombay Army Oct 1851."
The Jan. 1849 issue contains "Notes and Remarks on Dr. Dorn's Chrestomathy of the
Pushtu or Affghan Languages" (pp. 58-69) and "A Grammar of the Jataki or Belohcki
Dialect" (pp. 84-125). These two articles were Burton's first appearance in print.
Almost all of the corrections noted on the errata slip relate to Burton's two articles.
The longest article in the January 1850 issue is "Memoir on the Cave-Temples and
Monasteries, and Other Ancient Buddhist , Brahmanical, and Jaina Remains of
Western India," by John Wilson (pp. 36-107). 
94. [Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890]. Selections from the Records of the Bombay
Government, No. XVII. - New Series. Part II. Memoirs on Shikarpoor; the Syuds
of Roree and Bukkur; The Khyrpoor State .... Bombay: Printed for the Government
at the Bombay Education Society's Press, 1855. xviii, , -774, 78p. Attractive
recent quarterbinding. 26cm. Fine. This exceedingly uncommon volume contains two
early papers by Burton which he originally submitted for publication in 1847 and
1848 (and which were first published in a British Parliamentary Paper in 1854): (1)
"Brief Notes Relative to the Division of Time, and Articles of Cultivation in Sind; to
which Are Appended Remarks on the Modes of Intoxication in the Province" (by
Burton and J. E. Stocks and found at pages 613-636); and "Notes Relative to the
Population of Sind; and the Customs, Language, and Literature of the People &c.
&c." (by Burton and found at pages 637-657).This volume also contains several other
reports, the longest of which are "Memoir on the River Indus," by J. F. Huddle (at
pages 403-540 with one folding map) and "Report on the River Indus," by John Wood
(at pages 541-588 with one sketch map and a Chart of the Indus River from Mittun to
Attock in five separate folding sheets. The volume also contains two other folding
95. Byron, Robert. First Russia Then Tibet. [London]: Macmillan & Co., 1933. 1st ed.
frontis, photos, xvi, 328p. Green cloth. 23cm. Dampstaining on backstrip and around
cover edges. Good. No Jacket. 
96. Cahill, James. Hills beyond a River: Chinese Painting of the Yuan Dynasty, 12791368. NY: Weatherhill, 1976. 1st ed. ills (almost all black & white), 2 maps, index,
xv, 198p. Orig. blue cloth. dj. 30cm. SIGNED by Cahill on half-title.  $100
97. Caldarola, Carlo. Christianity: The Japanese Way. Leiden: Brill, 1979. viii, 234p.
Softcover in orig. wrapper. 24cm. Monographs and Theoretical Studies in Sociology
and Anthropology in Honour of Nels Anderson. Publication 15. 
98. Caldeira, Carlos Jose, 1811-1882. Amontamentos d'uma Viagem de Lisboa a China
e da China a Lisboa. Lisbon: Typographia de G. M. Martins [Parte Primeira];
Typographia de Castro & Irmao [Parte Segunda], 1852-1853. 1st ed. 2 vols. bound in
1. 423, , 335, p. Old quarterbinding. 20cm. Extremities rubbed. Portuguese text.
The first volume covers his voyage to China and the second his return to Portugal.
Caldeira briefly visits Malta, Alexandria, the Suez, Sri Lanka and Singapore before
giving an extended treatment of his observations in Macao, as well as visits to Hong
Kong, Shanghai. and Beijing. On his return voyage, Caldeira describes visits to Goa,
Mozambique, Angola and other Portuguese possessions. 
99. Candler, Edmund, 1874-1926. The Unveiling of Lhasa. London: Arnold, 1905. 4th
printing. frontis, photos, folding map, xvi, 304p. Original green cloth. 23cm. Minor
cover spotting. Endpapers browned. Minor foxing. No Jacket. 
100. Canton Hospital (Guangzhou, China). Annual Report for the 98th Year of the Sun
Yat Sen Memorial Canton Hospital Lingnan University 1932-1933. [Canton?]:
Shameen Printing Press, Ltd., n.d. [1933?]. photos, 80p. Softcover in original blue
wrapper. 22cm. 
101. Carey, Peter, editor. The British in Java 1811-1816: A Javanese Account: A Text
Edition, English Synopsis and Commentary on British Library Additional
Manuscript 12330 (Babad Bedhah ing Ngayogyakarta). Oxford: Oxford University
Press, (1992). 1st ed. photos, folding map, index, xxiii, 611p. Original light yellow
binding. dj. 24cm. Fine. 
102. Carey, William, 1861-1935. Adventures in Tibet including the Diary of Miss Annie
R. Taylor's Remarkable Journey from Tau-Chau to Ta-Chien-Lu through the
Heart of the "Forbidden Land." Boston: United Society of Christian Endeavor, (c.
1901). frontis, ills, 285p. Original cloth. 21cm. Cover soiled and rather worn.
Backstrip chipped at ends. Good. No Jacket. Taylor's diary occupies pages 173-285.
103. Carter, Thomas Francis. The Invention of Printing in China and Its Spread
Westward. New York: Columbia University Press, 1925. 1st ed. folding chart, ills,
index, 282p. Original black cloth. 24cm. Light cover spotting. Backstrip slightly faded.
Sound copy. Good. No Jacket. 
Carver Jr., Norman F. Form and Space of Japanese Architecture. Tokyo:
Shokokusha, (c. 1955). 1st ed. photos, 200p. Original cloth. dj. 28cm.  $50
105. Catalogue Carved Wooden Furnitures [cover title -- also in Chinese]. n.p.: n.d.
[1930s?]. 37, p. Softcover in original wrapper. Oblong (27 x 19cm.). Old stains on
one corner of back cover. Good. Consists entirely of simple illustrations of various
pieces of Oriental furniture with English titles and dimensions. Pages (or items)
identified at top of pages as No. 7936-7971 plus No. 7971B. No Price List present.
106. Cechovic, Olga D., editor. Samarkandskie Dokumenty XV-XVI vv.: (o vladenijach
Chodzi Achrara v Srednej Azii I Afghanistane); faks., krit. tekst, perev., vved.,
primec. i ukazateli. Moskva: Nauka, 1974. facsimiles, errata slip (at end), 631p.
Original black cloth. 26cm. No jacket (probably as published). Introductory material
in Russian followed by the Persian-Tadjik or Uzbek texts of 18 Samarkand documents
from the 15th and 16th centuries; brief English summary at pages 629-631. Pamjatniki
Pis'mennosti Vostoka, 31. 
107. Central Asiatic Journal: International Periodical for the Languages, Literature,
History and Archaeology of Central Asia. Vols. 1-27 (lacking only Vol. 9, No. 4
and Vol. 13, Nos. 1-4 for this period). Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1955-1983.
Initially a quarterly but the last few years in this run seem to consist of two issues per
year designated as double numbers. All 83 issues are softcover in original wrappers.
24cm. Backstrip browned. Covers 1955-1983. A scholarly periodical dedicated to
serious studies of the Turkic and Mongol peoples and their history and culture.
108. Ceylon Publicity Committee. How to See the World. Ceylon: The Pearl of the Indian
Ocean. Colombo: Ceylon Publicity Committee, 1937. photos & ills, 2 folding maps,
87p. Softcover in original wrapper. 19cm. Relatively light scuffing and other wear. A
travel guide. 
109. [Folding Map] Ceylon. Survey Dept. Plan of Anuradhapura and Environs Shewing
Ancient Ruins Etc. [Colombo?]: (1926). A cloth-backed folding map measuring: 41
x 61cm. unfolded and 11 x 19cm. as folded. Light foxing and wear. 
110. Chapman, Frederick Spencer. Helvellyn to Himalaya: Including an Account of the
First Ascent of Chomolhari. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1940. [1st Amer. ed.].
frontis, photos, index, folding map, xv, 285p. Blue cloth. dj (price-clipped). 22cm.
Uneven browning on endpapers. Small water stain on jacket backstrip. Chomolhari is
on the border between Bhutan and Tibet. 
Chatterjee, Ramananda, editor. The Golden Book of Tagore: A Homage to
Rabindranath Tagore from India and the World in Celebration of his Seventieth
Birthday. Calcutta: Golden Book Committee, 1931. 1st ed. frontis, ills (many color),
374p. Blue leather rebacked in slightly lighter blue buckram. Partial dj. 30cm.
Extremities rather heavily rubbed with extensive cracking around edges. A few cover
spots. Jacket lacks backstrip and is chipped around edges and split at rear fold. Mostly
unopened. Good in Poor Jacket. Printed statement on colophon: The first edition of
the Golden Book of Tagore printed in December, 1931, is limited to Fifteen Hundred
copies only, of which this is number 36. 
112. Chekhovich, O. D. Bukharskie Dokumenty XIV Veka. Tashkent: Izd-vo "Nauka"
Uzbekskoi SSR, 1965. facsimiles of old documents in Arabic or Persian, 330p.
Original cloth. 27cm. No Jacket. Russian text. 
113. Cheney, George. The Pre-Revolutionary Culture of Outer Mongolia. Bloomington:
Mongolia Society, 1968. 99p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Mongolia Society
Occasional Papers, Number Five. 
114. China. National Military Council. War Area Service Corps. Information Pamphlet on
Peiping (Peking). Peiping: January, 1946. 2nd ed. 28p. Softcover in original wrapper.
115. Chinese Institute of Engineers. American Section. C. I. E. Roster. New York: The
Organization, n.d. [probably 1943]. 77 unnumbered leaves (our count), printed on one
side. Oblong in red wrapper (22 x 15cm.). Former owner's name inked on front. Minor
wear. One page Forward [sic] followed by information about 76 Chinese-born
engineers currently working or studying in the United States. 
116. Chingen. 1007?-1044?. Miraculous Tales of the Lotus Sutra from Ancient Japan:
The Dainihonkoku Hokekyokenki of Priest Chingen. Osaka: Intercultural Research
Institute, Kansai University of Foreign Studies, (c. 1983). ill, index, x, 157, p.
Original light gray binding. 26cm. No jacket (as issued?). Fine. Translated from the
Japanese & annotated with an introduction by Yoshiko K. Dykstra.  $150
117. Chirino, Pedro, 1557-1635. Relacion de las Islas Filipinas: The Philippines in 1600.
Manila: Historical Conservation Society, 1969. xxxii, 495p. Softcover. 23cm. Reprint
of the Spanish original followed by an English translation by Ramon Echevarria.
Historical Conservation Society [Publications], XV. 
118. Choe, Ching Young. Rule of the Taewon'gun, 1864-1873: Restoration in Yi Korea.
Cambridge: East Asian Research Center, Harvard University, 1972. 1st ed. index,
xviii, 269p. Softcover in original green wrapper. 26cm. Minor wear only. Fine.
Harvard East Asian Monographs, 45. 
119. Chu, Tsui-Jen, translator. The Adventures of Hsi Men Ching. n.p.: Privately Printed
for the Library of Facetious Lore, n.d.. frontis, ills, 215p. Original orange boards
backed in green cloth. 27cm. Cover somewhat soiled. Corners rubbed through. Good.
No jacket or slipcase. Out of series unnumbered copy of an edition limited to 750
numbered copies. An erotic Chinese literary hoax. 
120. Chu, Wen-Djang. Moslem Rebellion in Northwest China 1862-1878: A Study of
Government Minority Policy. The Hague: Mouton, 1966. 1st ed. 232p. Softcover in
original wrapper. 24cm. Backstrip browned & ends chipped. Good. 
121. Clark, F. (of the Secretary's Office, East India House), compiler. The East-India
Register and Army List, for 1854. Compiled by Permission of the East-India
Company, from the Official Returns Received at the East-India House. London:
Wm. H. Allen & Co., 1854. index, c, 145p. plus (6)p. adverts. Rebound in a red 20th
century quarterbinding. 17cm. Rear joint tender. Richard F. Burton shows up in the
list as does John H. Speke. 
122. Clark, Timothy T. and Osamu Ueda. The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the
Katsukawa School. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, (c. 1994). frontis, ills (many
color), 503p. Red cloth. dj. 28cm. Fine. 
123. Clark, Walter Eugene. editor & translator. The Aryabhatiya of Ayabhata: An
Ancient Indian Work on Mathematics and Astronomy. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, (c. 1930). index, xxix, 90p. Original cloth. dj. 20cm. Fine except that
the jacket is chipped at base of backstrip. 
124. Cleather, Alice Leighton and Basil Crump. Buddhism: The Science of Life: Two
Monographs by Alice Leighton Cleatner. Also Tibetan Initiates on the Buddha
With Explanations and Comments by Basil Crump. Peking: China Booksellers,
Ltd, 1928. 2nd ed. frontis, ills, (20), 217, (4)p. Cloth-backed boards. dj. 19cm. Fine
copy with a slightly soiled jacket. 
125. Cobbold, Ralph P. Innermost Asia: Travel & Sport in the Pamirs. New York:
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1900. 1st Amer. ed. frontis, 5 maps (one folding), ills, index,
xxviii, 354p. Original cloth. 23cm. Tear in folding map where it is attached to the
book. Large water streak on backstrip. Old water/mildew stain in bottom margin.
Good. No Jacket. 
126. Coedes, G. The Vajiranana National Library of Siam. Bangkok: Bangkok Times
Press, 1924. frontis, photos, 39p, Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Ends of
backstrip chipped. Paperback. 
127. Cohen, Jerome A. Chinese Legal Working Aid. n.p.: July, 1971. 226p. Photocopied
in black spring bound binder. 28cm. ”This is a collection of ... items pertaining to
things legal in traditional China. This material was extrapolated from many sources
... No guarantee is made that the interpretations or translations are correct. Criticism
or corrections of this first draft are kindly solicited and may be sent to Mr. Richard
Sutherland ... The inspiration for the compilation was simply the fact that there existed
no adequate working aid for those interested in the study of traditional Chinese law
and legal institutions ..." [statement on first page]. 
128. Cohn-Wiener, Ernst. Turan: Islamische Baukunst in Mittelasien. Berlin: Wasmuth,
(1930). 1st ed. 11 text figures, 47p. plus 80 plates (plates A & B in text section and
plates I-LXXVIII at end).Dark blue cloth. dj. A large book (35cm.). Jacket may be
browned but probably as published. Portion of endpapers browned. Fine. German text.
An uncommon book in an even more uncommon jacket. 
129. Collingwood, Cuthbert. Rambles of a Naturalist on the Shores and Waters of the
China Sea: Being Observations in Natural History during a Voyage to China,
Formosa, Borneo, Singapore, etc., made in her Majesty's Vessels in 1866 and
1867. London: John Murray, 1868. 1st ed. index, xiii, 445p. plus p. publisher's
adverts. dated March, 1868. Original green cloth, rebacked with most of original
backstrip mounted (and wrinkled). Extremities rather worn. Corners bumped. Cover
scuffing and spotting. Good. 
130. [Combe, William, 1742-1823]. The Grand Master or Adventures of Qui Hi? In
Hindostan. A Hudibrastic Poem in Eight Cantos by Quiz. Illustrated with
Engravings by Rowlandson. London: Thomas Tegg, 1816. 28 plates (27 of which
are hand colored, including folding frontis and title-page), errata slip (tipped to first
page of poem), viii, 252p. Old (possibly contemporary) leather. 23cm. Both covers
detached. Some chipping at ends of backstrip. Bookplate (Collin Armstrong). Contents
sound and clean, All tissue guards present. Good. An epic poem poking fun at the
antics of the East India Company and British efforts in India. Memorable mostly
because of Rowlandson's appealing color plates. 
131. Complete and Consolidate the Victory. Peking: Foreign Language Press, 1950. 48p.
Softcover in orig. wrapper. 19cm. New China Library Series No. 1.  $100
132. Conklin, Harold C. Ethnographic Atlas of Ifugao: A Study of Environment,
Culture, and Society in Northern Luzon. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1980.
1st ed. 57 plates (mostly maps), 116p. Original grained green hardcover. Oblong folio
(47 x 42cm.). Fine. No Jacket(as published). 
133. [Connecticut Commandery] Register of the Connecticut Commandery of the Naval
and Military Order of the Spanish-American War in the United States of
America. Hartford: 1904. photos, viii, -123p. Lacks all of the original binding
except the leather backstrip. 16cm. Contents sound and clean. Fair. Copy No. 15 of an
edition limited to only 40 numbered copies. Compiled by Louis F. Middlebrook.
Membership in the Commandery was limited to Connecticut residents who had been
commissioned officers in the service of the United States during the war with Spain
or in the subsequent insurrection in the Philippines prior to April 1, 1901, with right
to such membership to pass on death by rules of primogeniture. A perusal of the short
biographical sketches suggests that most of the members of this organization never
actually served in Cuba, Puerto Rico or the Philippines. 
134. Cook, Thomas, firm, publisher, London. Cook's Handbook for Tourists to Peking,
Tientsin, Shan-Hai-Kwan, Mukden, Dairen, Port Arthur, and Keijyo (Seoul).
London: Thos. Cook & Son, 1913. 2nd ed. maps (3 folding), 122p. Thin, flexible
yellow cloth covers. 18cm. Inked letters erased from front cover (although still faintly
visible). Covers moderately soiled. Good. No Jacket. The first edition of this
uncommon guide book was published (under a slightly different title) in 1910.
135. Cooper, L. Grady. Autograph Letter, Signed. Two pages (written on both sides of
a single sheet of American Lutheran Mission of Shantung stationery). Dated Jan.
5, 1930. Addressed to E. M. Minnick of Timberville, Virginia. Folded for mailing in
a personal-sized envelope which is present (with postmark and Chinese stamp).
Cooper writes mostly about activities over the Christmas holidays. Cooper mentions
that an elderly Chinese in one of the outstations was distraught because his son had
been kidnapped by bandits and was being held for ransom. Grady then generalizes,
"China is very bad now with such people who menace the lives of their own people
and everybody else. But fortunately we live in one of the best sections in China."
Cooper was born near China Grove, Virginia and, after receiving his Ph.D. from The
Hartford Seminary in 1927, served as a missionary in Shantung from 1928-1948
following which he taught at Newberry College in South Carolina.  $125
Cordier, Henri. Melanges d'Histoire et de Geographie Orientales. Paris:
Maisonneuve, 1914-1920. Vols. I & II only (of 4). 317, 322p. 26cm. Softcover. 26cm.
Unopened. French text . Vols. III & IV appeared in 1922 and 1923. 
137. Cordier, Henri. Ser Marco Polo: Notes and Addenda to Sir Henry Yule's Edition,
Containing the Results of Recent Research and Discovery. London: John Murray,
1920. 1st ed. frontis, index, x, 161p. Original green cloth. dj. 24cm. Backstrip
decorated with black lines and leather labels. A few small brown spots on jacket which
also has some minor chipping. Small label on jacket backstrip raising price. This
volume supplemented the 1903 Third edition in 2 volumes of "The Book of Ser Marco
Polo, the Venetian Concerning the Kingdoms and Marvels of the East," which was
translated and edited by Sir Henry Yule. 
138. Crawford, Arthur. Our Troubles in Poona and the Deccan. Westminster: Constable,
1897. 1st ed. frontis, ills, xx, 253p. plus (27)p. publisher's adverts. Orig. cloth. 23cm.
Name on endpaper. Extremities rubbed & frayed. No Jacket. 
139. [Crepe Paper Books]. Eleven Japanese Fairy Tale Series Books. Includes: (#4) The
Old Man Who Made the Dead Trees Blossom; (#6) The Mouse's Wedding; (#7)
The Old Man and the Devils; (#8) The Fisher Boy; (#9) The Serpent with Eight
Heads; (#10) The Matsuyama Mirror; (#12) The Cub's Triumph; (#14) The
Princes Fire-Flash and Fire-Fade; (#15) My Lord Bag-O'-Rice; (#19) The Ogres
of Oyeyama; and (#20) The Enchanted Waterfall. Tokyo: Hasegawa or Kobunsha,
Various dates. Various editions. Generally about 10.3 x 15.2cm. Softcovers. Various
bits of minor wear. Staining on last three leaves of #8. 
140. Crosby, Oscar Terry. Tibet and Turkestan: A Journey through Old Lands and a
Study of New Conditions. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1905. 1st ed. frontis,
photos, folding map, index, xvi, 331p. Blue cloth. 21cm. Visible water streak (stain)
down center of backstrip and on lower portion. No Jacket. 
141. Curran, Jr., J. A. Militant Hinduism in Indian Politics: A Study of the R.S.S. New
York: International Secretariat Institute of Pacific Relations, (c. 1951). photo, (5), 94p.
Softcover in original wrapper. 28cm. Edges of title-leaf and cover chipped with small
hole in top of front cover. Good. 
142. Currier, Raymond P. The New Burma: the Record of the Oldest Baptist Mission for
1922. [Rangoon?]: 1922. photos, 52p. Softcover in original wrapper. Oblong (24 x
21cm.). Creased vertically (perhaps for mailing). 
143. Cutting, Suydam. The Fire Ox and Other Years. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,
1940. 1st ed. frontis, ills, photos, map, index, xviii, 393p. Original cloth. dj. 24cm.
Brown spot on top end of jacket back strip. INSCRIBED on endpaper by Cutting ("To
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Islin from Suydam Cutting"). Laid in is a handwritten Christmas
and New Year's card from Helen and Suydam Cutting which has a mounted illustration
of the Dalai Lama as a small child. 
144. Czuma, Stanislaw J. (with assistance of Rekha Morris). Kushan Sculpture: Images
from Early India. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, (c. 1985). 1st ed. map,
photos, 242p. Hardcover. dj. 28cm. Fine. 
145. Dainelli, Giotto. Buddhists and Glaciers of Western Tibet. New York: Dutton, 1934.
1st Amer. ed. . frontis, photos, index, map, xiii, 304p. Original maroon cloth. 23cm.
Streaks and spotting on cover. Contents sound. Good. No Jacket. 
146. David-Neel, Alexandra, 1868-1969. Buddhism: Its Doctrines and Its Methods.
London: John Lane, the Bodley Head, (c. 1939). 1st ed. in English. index, 299p.
Rebound in brown buckram. 18cm. Trimmed when rebound. Former owner's name.
Good. No Jacket. Translation of "Le Bouddhisme, Ses Doctrines et Ses Methodes."
147. David-Neel, Alexandra, 1868-1969. My Journey to Lhasa; The Personal Story of
the Only White Woman Who Succeeded in Entering the Forbidden City. NY:
Harper, 1927. 1st Amer. ed. frontis, photos, xviii, 310, (3)p. Pictorial cloth-backed
boards. 22cm. Cover rather worn and edges heavily rubbed. Bookplate. Good. No
148. David, Percival, Sir, editor and translator. Chinese Connoisseurship: The Ko Ku Tao
Lun: The Essential Criteria of Antiquities. A Translation Made and Edited by Sir
Percival David with a Facsimile of the Chinese Text of 1388. New York: Praeger,
(1971). plates, facsimile of Chinese text, index, lxii, 351p. Original green cloth. dj.
28cm. Bottom edge rubbed. 
149. Davies, Henry Rodolph, 1865-1950. Yun-nan: The Link Between India and the
Yangtze. Cambridge: University Press, 1909. 1st ed. frontis, photos, index, 6 (of 7)
tables of vocabularies and a folding map in cover pocket, xii, 431p. Original cloth.
24cm. Lacks vocabulary table 3 on Tibeto-Burman Languages of Yun-nan and
Western Ssu-ch'uan. Cover shabby and discolored. Rear inner hinge weak. Contents
reasonably sound. Fair. No Jacket. Scarce book that is largely an account of the
author's travels. Davies is identified on title-page as a Major in the 52nd Oxfordshire
Light Infantry. He rose to the rank of Major General during the first world war.
150. De Becker, J. E. The Nightless City: or the "History of the Yoshiwara Yukwaku."
Yokohama: Max Nossler; London: Probsthain, n.d.. 2nd ed. [so stated on title-page;
Preface to this edition dated 1905]. ills (some color, 1 folding), photos, 2 folding maps,
xvi, 386p. Pictorial red cloth, with gilt lettering. Recased with new endpapers. 24cm.
Jacket chipped at ends of backstrip and also at corners. Partial split at fold on folding
color illustration. Cover nicely preserved and quite striking. 
151. Desideri, Ippolito, 1684-1733. An Account of Tibet: The Travels of Ippolito Desideri
of Pistoia, S.J., 1712-1727. London: George Routledge & Sons, (1937). Revised
Edition. frontis tipped-in, ills, folding map, xviii, 478p. Red cloth. 22cm. Corners
bumped. A few tiny cover spots. No Jacket. Edited by Filippo de Fillipi. Introduction
by C. Wessels. [See also item 423] 
152. Desmond, Ray. The India Museum, 1801-1879. London: HMSO, 1982. ills (a few
color), index, xv, 215p. Hardcover. dj. 25cm. Fine. Museum established in London by
the East India Company. Its collections were eventually dispersed, mostly to other
British institutions. 
153. Dewaraja, Lorna Srimathie. Study of the Political, Administrative and Social
Structure of Kandyan Kingdom of Ceylon, 1707-1760. Colombo: Lake House
Investments, (1972). map on endpapers, 2 folding plates, index, (12), 245p. Orig. blue
boards. dj. 21cm. Her doctoral thesis at the University of London. 
154. Dhani Nivat, Prince. Collected Articles ... Reprinted from the Journal of the Siam
Society on the Occasion of His Eighty-Third Birthday. Bangkok: Siam Society,
1969. frontis, photos, ills, xii, 194p. Softcover in orig wrapper. 24cm.  $40
155. Diary for 1946. China. [cover title]. [Peiping?]: War Area Service Corps, 1946.
unpaginated [approximately 160 pages], Thin red cloth cover. Small format diary
(13cm.). Modest scuffing and wear. Unused. No jacket(probably never had one).
Appears to be intended for English-speaking military and other personnel. Starts with
a few pages of information about China, the Kuomintang, the W.A.S.C., etc. followed
by a daily dairy (four days to a page), a few blank pages for notes and addresses and
ending with 10 pages of adverts. for various businesses in Peiping.  $250
156. Diaz-Trechuelo Spinola, Maria Lourdes. La Real Compania de Filipinas. Sevilla:
Escuela Hispano-Americanos de Sevilla, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones
Cientificas, 1965. 1st ed. ills, folding tables, xix, 366p. Softcover in original wrapper
(with a dj). 25cm. Jacket has some edge-wear and chipping. Front cover split at fold
and repaired with an old piece of cellophane tape. Good. 
157. Dillaway, Newton. The Lesson of Okinawa. Wake: Montrose Press, (c. 1947). frontis,
photos, 33p. Hardcover. dj. 18cm. Light wear. INSCRIBED on endpaper by Dillaway.
158. Djajasoebrata, Alit. Shadow Theatre in Java: The Puppets, Performance and
Repertoire. Amsterdam & Singapore: Pepin Press, (c. 1999). photos (several color),
152p. dj. 28cm. Fine. 
159. Dryden, Wheeler, editor & publisher. The Spider: An Amateur Magazine, No. 14
(July, 1915). Yokohama: Printed by the Japan Gazette Co., Ltd., 1915. , 116p. Small softcover periodical. No separate wrapper. 12cm. Light wear only. An
"Amateur Press" oddity. Dryden, who lists his mailing address as c/o Thos. Cook &
Son, Bombay, India, appears to have been a member of the British Amateur Press
Association. The contents of this issue are eclectic -- the longest contribution is by N.
M. Bux of Hong Kong (a 3 ½ page item about his near drowning). 
160. Duncan, Jane E. A Summer Ride through Western Tibet. London & Glasgow:
Collins' Clear-Type Press, n.d. [1913?]. frontis, ills, index, 316p. plus (4)p. adverts.
Original thin red cloth. 15cm. Backstrip slightly faded. No Jacket. The first edition of
this account of travel in what is now Jammu and Kashmir (India) was published in
1906 by Smith, Elder & Co. This small format later edition includes a memoir of the
author who died in 1909 [See pages 3-6]. 
161. Duncan, Marion H. The Mountain of Silver Snow. Cincinnati: Powell & White, (c.
1929). 1st ed. frontis, photos, index, map (on endpapers), 240p. Original blue cloth.
22cm. Extremities rubbed. No jacket. American missionary's account of six years in
Western China on the Tibetan border. 
162. Duncan, Marion H. The Yangtze and the Yak: Adventurous Trails in and out of
Tibet. Alexandria, Va.: 1952. 1st ed. map on endpapers, photos, index, x, 353p. Orig.
blue cloth. 22cm. No jacket. INSCRIBED on endpaper by Duncan ("Presented to the
Ramsey Memorial Home").We've also had this with 4 folding maps in a rear cover
pocket, in addition to the map on the endpapers. This copy has no cover pocket (nor
any maps other than the one on the endpapers). While we don't know whether copies
with or without the maps came first, copies with the maps seem preferable. Missionary
experiences in Western China near the Tibetan border. 
163. _____ SAME. dj. Has the 4 folding maps in envelope mounted on rear endpaper. Some
scribbling (orange marker on map envelope and on a corner of rear panel of jacket.
SIGNED on title page by Duncan. 
164. Dutch East Indies. Departement van Landbouw, Nijverheid en Handel. Afdeeling
Handel. Handbook of the Netherlands East-Indies. Edition 1924. Buitenzorg:
Division of Commerce of the Department of Agriculture, Industry and Commerce,
Java, 1924. mounted color frontis (portrait), ills (1 color, in advert), photos, maps (1
folding), (8), 334p. plus (17)p. adverts. Rebound in contemporary library buckram.
27cm. Cover soiled. Ex lib. (Drexel Institute). Good. No jacket. 
165. The Earthquake-Proof Reactor for Japan. Erith, Kent [England]: General Electric
Company Limited of England and Simon-Carves Limited, n.d. [1960?]. folding partlycolored print outlining the plant and some of its safety equipment, 16p. Softcover in
original wrapper. 30cm. Minor cover soil. "Printed by courtesy of Nuclear Power from
the March 1960 issue" Also included: Fujii Denki Seizo K. K./Tokai Mura Nuclear
Power Station. JAPC. Instruction and Procedures for R. P. V. Pressure Test. Issue
No. 1 (5th September, 1963). 11p. [photostat?]. Softcover in original wrapper.
Numerous corrections, questions and comments written in pencil [writer unknown].
"CGB[?] copy" inked on front cover. 
166. Ebisawa, Arimichi. Christianity in Japan: A Bibliography of Japanese and Chinese
Sources. Part I (1543-1858). Tokyo: Committee on Asian Cultural Studies,
International Christian University, 1960. This part only. index, xxvii, , 171p.
Original cloth. dj. 26cm. A second volume covering 1859-1912 was published in 1965.
167. Edgerton, Franklin, editor & translator. The Bhagavad Gita. Cambridge: Harvard
Univ. Press, 1944. 1st ed. 2 vols. index, xiv, 190, 180p. Original cloth. 26cm. Fine in
price-clipped jacket. Harvard Oriental Series, Volumes 38-39. 
168. Edgerton, Franklin, editor & translator. The Elephant-Lore of the Hindus: The
Elephant-Sport (Matanga-Lila) of Nilakantha. New Haven: Yale University Press,
1931. 1st ed. index, xix, 129p. Original cloth. dj. 21cm. Jacket Good (missing a chip
and has foxing and browning). 
169. _____ SAME. Jacket has a few short tears and other minor wear. INSCRIBED by
Edgerton in 1945. 
170. Edgerton, Franklin, editor and translator. The Panchatantra Reconstructed: An
Attempt to Establish the Lost Original Sanskrit Text of the Most Famous of
Indian Story-Collections on the Basis of the Principal Extant Versions. New
Haven: American Oriental Society, 1924. 1st ed. 2 volumes. xix, 408, x, 405p.
Original green cloth. 24cm. No Jackets. SIGNED on title-page of Volume 1 by
Edgerton. American Oriental Series Volumes 2-3. 
171. Edwards, Edward. Voyage of H. M. S. "Pandora" Despatched to Arrest the
Mutineers of the "Bounty" in the South Seas, 1790-91: Being the Narratives of
Captain Edward Edwards, R.N., the Commander, and George Hamilton, the
Surgeon... London: F. Edwards, 1915. folding map, index, 177p. Orig. cloth. Minor
rubbing & wear. Faint partial ringmark on front cover. No jacket. 
172. Egerton, Clement, translator. The Golden Lotus: A Translation, from the Chinese
Original, of the Novel Chin P'ing Mei. London: George Routledge & Sons, (c.
1939). 1st ed. of the Egerton translation. 4 vols. xvi, 387, v, 376, v, 385, v, 375p.
Hardcover. djs. 22cm. Jackets are green and from a later printing of this set rather than
the yellow jackets with which this 1939 edition was issued. Top edges gilt. Somewhat
worn card slipcase on which the corners are partially split. 
173. Edwards, Ogden. Typescript about Some Experiences in the Philippines during
Several Decades beginning in the 1850's. Undated. 24 pages in all of an unsigned
carbon copy of typescripts, parts of which bear various titles ("Getting Started in
Manila," "Some Philippine Experiences," "Through the Interior of the Philippines,"
"Don Juan Davila," "The Loss of the Malespina," "Horsemanship," "The Cholera," "A
Journey through Java," and "Garibaldi." These anecdotal accounts appears to be
unpublished as far as we could determine although some or all of them could have
appeared in periodicals. Edwards was initially employed by the American Company
of Peele, Hubbell & Co. when he arrived in the Philippines in 1852 and eventually
became a partner and then a co-owner of that firm. He served briefly as American
Consul (1855-1856) and somewhat longer as Danish Consul (1854-1860) in Manila.
Edwards returned to the United States for good in 1888 after the bankruptcy of the
firm in 1887. Also included are four holograph items: two four-page family letters (on
a single sheet folded to form two 13 x 21cm. sheets) written from Manila by Ogden's
wife Nellie to her sister-in-law "Fanny" (the first, dated April 21st, 1862, mentions her
pregnancy and her wish that she could have a "truly white woman (of whatever
nation) to aid me in the care of our child" and the second, dated 4th February
[probably 1864], talks of her 20 month old daughter K's "fine color and firm and
abundant flesh" and of "her lassie's talking power"); a somewhat difficult-to-read
twelve-page letter [written on small sheets in 1858 to "Fannie" by Nellie's sister-inlaw Anna Louisa Edwards; and, a Certified Memorandum of the Baptism of Ogden
and Nellie's infant daughter Catherine Shepherd Edwards on Nov. 18, 1862 by
Richard Croker, chaplain of the HMS Sanspareil. The University of Notre Dame owns
an archive of material relating to Ogden's brother Robert who was killed in the Civil
War which contains several letters sent from Manila by Ogden to his brother and
other family members. 
174. Eggermont, P. H. L. Alexander's Campaigns in Sind and Baluchistan and the Siege
of the Brahmin Town of Harmatella. Leuven: Leuven University Press, (1975).
folding map, index, 233p. Original green cloth. 24cm. Fine. No Jacket. Orientalia
Lovaniensia Analecta 3. 
175. Eills, John. Safe Thoughts for Skittish Times. Tokyo: Maruzen Company, 1927. ,
313p. Original green cloth. 16cm. Moderate scuffing and wear. Good. No jacket.
INSCRIBED on endpaper ("Ishida Presented by the author April 13, 1935"). Fiction,
poetry, and essays. Eills, formerly a Unitarian minister in Massachusetts, apparently
came to Japan with a daughter who was in the custody of his former wife. A legal
battle ensued. The former wife appears to have been unsuccessful in her attempts to
have her former husband extradited to face serious charges in the U.S.A. We saw
nothing in this book relating to the abduction or subsequent proceedings and found
nothing online as to who was given custody of the child. 
176. Emmerick, R. E., editor & translator. The Book of Zambasta: A Khotanese Poem on
Buddhism. London: Oxford University Press, 1968. 1st ed. xxii, 455p. Original green
cloth. dj. 24cm. Jacket sound with some soiling and wear. 
177. Engishiki kenkyu = Studies for the Engishiki. Vol. [or No.] 1 (1976). n..p.: 1976.
105p. (many folding). Softcover in original blue wrapper. 26cm. Japanese text; brief
English summary on two unnumbered leaves at end. We don't know how often or how
long this unusual periodical was published. 
178. Enosawa, G. H. Manuel L. Quezon: From Nipa House to Malacanan. [Manila?]:
Manuel L. Morato, n.d. [ca. 1993?]. photos, , xviii, 178p. Original blue wrapper.
18cm. Reprint of the original 1940 edition published in Tokyo. 
179. Eppstein, Ury. The Beginnings of Western Music in Meiji Era Japan. Lewiston/
Queenston/Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, (1994). index, vi, 156p. Original red cloth.
23cm. Cover lightly scuffed. No Jacket. Studies in the History and Interpretation of
Music. Volume 44.
180. Fadl Allah ibn Ruzbihan, Khunji. Mikhman-name-I Bukhara: (zapiski bukharskogo
gostia). Moskva: Nauka, 1976. 334, , 193p. Orig. black cloth. 26cm. Light scuffing
and wear. No Jacket. Pamiatniki pis'mennosti Vostoka, 27. According to the English
summary (1p.), this is a facsimile reproduction of one of the two extant manuscripts
of this work, with notes and a partial Russian translation. 
Fairbank, John K., compiler. Ch'ing Documents: An Introductory Syllabus.
Cambridge: East Asian Research Center, Harvard University, 1970. 3rd ed. 2 vols. ix,
131, 35p. Original red wrappers. 28cm. Fine. 
Fazl Allah ibn Ruzbahan. Transoxanien und Turkestan zu Beginn des 16.
Jahrhunderts: Das Mihman-nama-yi Buhara des Fadlallah b. Ruzbihan Hungi:
Ubersetzung und Kommentar von Ursula Ott. Freiburg im Breisgau: Klaus
Schwarz, 1974. maps, 362p. Softcover in original wrapper. 21cm. Islamkundliche
Unterscuchungen, band 25. German text. 
183. Fergusson, James. History of Indian and Eastern Architecture. London: John
Murray, 1910. 2nd edition. 2 vols. frontis, ills, 2 folding maps, index, xxiii, 450, xvi,
521p. Original red cloth. djs. 23cm. Fine in only fair jackets (lacking good-sized
portions of the backstrip panel and the rear panel on Vol. II has some tears and
wrinkling on upper portion). The Indian Architecture portion was edited and revised
by James Burgess for this edition; R. Phene Spiers edited and revised the portion on
Eastern Architecture. 
184. Fergusson, W. N. Adventure, Sport and Travel on the Tibetan Steppes. London:
Constable and Company, 1911. 1st ed. frontis (portrait), photos, 2 folding maps, index,
xvi, 343p. Original pictorial green cloth. 24cm. Endpapers slightly foxed. Previous
owners' names on end paper. Some cover soil. Backstrip darkened. Private library
numbers partially removed from backstrip. No Jacket. Top edge gilt. Based in part on
the journals and reports of John Weston Brooke, who, on his second journey (with the
author) through western Szechuan and eastern Tibet (1907-1908), was killed by Lolo
185. Fletcher in Hong Kong Sends an Autograph Letter to Wife Ethel in Manila. 4
pages (both sides of two sheets of letterhead stationery (United States Asiatic Fleet
Destroyer Division Fourteen U.S.S. Edsall (DD219)). Dated June 26, 1938. Staining
along some of the folds and some soiling and wear but sound and quite readable.
Good. Fletcher tells his wife of his travels and says he will be arriving in Manila on
July 15th. Of the island of Gulangyu near Amoy [now known as Xiamen], Fletcher
writes: "The island of Kulangsu, 1 mile on a side, is now the residence of 60,000
additional Chinese refugees. To get to our one rendezvous, the Amoy Club, we must
tramp for 15 minutes through the pack of them. Kulangsu stinks! And to think of us
going back there for 12 more days!" 
186. [Folding Map]. Kuala Lumpur. n.p.: Under the direction of the Surveyor General,
Malaya, 1962. Kuala Lumpur edition 2 - DNMM. Cloth-backed map folded and
mounted inside a plain turquoise binding. 26cm. "KL" inked on front cover. Map
approximately 73 x 101cm. when unfolded. Survey Dept. Federation of Malaya No.
187. Fong, Wen C. Beyond Representation: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, 8th-14th
Century. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven: Yale University
Press, (c. 1992). 1st ed. Illustrated (many color), index, xix, 549p. Original dark red
cloth. dj. 32cm. Fine. 
188. Fong, Wen C. [and others]. Images of the Mind: Selections from the Edward L.
Elliot Family and John B. Elliot Collections of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting
at the Art Museum, Princeton University. Princeton: Princeton University Press, (c.
1984). frontis, ills, index, xvi, 504p. Softcover in original wrapper. 33cm. Minor wear.
189. Foster, William, editor. The English Factories in India. Oxford: Clarendon Press,
1910-1923. 1st ed. Volumes. 2-11 only (of 16). Original light blue cloth. 22cm. Minor
wear only. No Jackets. Volumes not numbered. Each of these volume is actually
separately titled and covers a specific time period which is listed in the title of that
book (e.g. "The English Factories in India 1661-1664"). These ten volumes
collectively cover 1622-1664. 
190. Frere, Henry Battle Edward, 1st bart., 1815-1884. Afghanistan and South Africa
Letters to the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone Regarding One of His Midlothian
Speeches, and a Letter to the Late Sir John Kaye, and Other Papers. London:
John Murray, 1881. 5th ed. 76p. Softcover in original blue wrapper. 21cm. Moderate
cover soiling and wear. Note written along top of the nearly detached front cover.
Good. Almost entirely on Central Asia. 
191. Fujita, Hiroki [photos]. Tibetan Buddhist Art. Tokyo: Hakusuisha Publishing Co., (c.
1984). 1st ed. color photos, 202p. Original wine-colored cloth. Clear plastic jacket on
book. Fine. Decorative wrap-around dj on black card slipcase. 30cm.  $250
192. Furer-Haimendorf, Elizabeth von, compiler. An Anthropological Bibliography of
South Asia together with a Directory of Recent Anthropological Field Work.
Paris: Mouton, 1958-1964. Vols 1 & 2 only (of 4). indexes, 748, 459p. Softcover.
24cm. Call number inked on backstrip of second volume. Covers slightly soiled. Le
monde d'outre-mer passe et present, 4e serie. Bibliographies III et IV. The first volume
covered pre-1955 Western language material; the second volume covered 1954-1958.
Two later volumes, jointly compiled with Helene Kanitkar and not present here,
covered 1960-1964 and 1965-1969, respectively. 
193. Futagawa, Yukio (photos) and Teiji Itoh (text). Roots of Japanese Architecture. New
York: Harper & Row, (c. 1963). 1st ed. in English. photos, index, 207p. Hardcover.
dj. 35cm. Fine. 
194. Fyzee, Asaf A. A. Compendium of Fatimid Law. Simla: Indian Institute of Advanced
Study, 1969. 1st ed. index, xlix, 160p. Original green cloth. dj. 22cm. Jacket has some
edge-wear. INSCRIBED on endpaper by Fyzee ("To ... in memory of Cambridge days.
Asaf 21-11-69"). 
195. Gale, Martin. Amateur Horsemasters in Asia. Bombay: Printed and published by F.
Borton for G. Claridge & Co., n.d. [Preface dated 1936]. ill, viii, 36p. Original green
cloth. 19cm. Relatively minor cover spotting and wear. No Jacket. INSCRIBED on
endpaper by Gale to N. M. Morris, Esq., M.F.H Bombay Hunt (who contributed a
brief introductory note to the text). Another name is written in different ink beneath
the signature of "Martin Gale." 
196. Gerasimovich, Ludmilla K. History of Modern Mongolian Literature (1921-1964).
Bloomington: Mongolia Society, 1970. index, 372p. Softcover in original wrapper.
22cm. Backstrip slightly browned. Mongolia Society Occasional Paper, Number Six.
197. Giles, Lionel. Descriptive Catalogue of the Chinese Manuscripts from Tunhuang
in the British Museum. London: Trustees of the British Museum, 1957. xxv, 333p.
Original red cloth. dj. 29cm. Some browning of endpapers and jacket (which has minor
chipping). Two inked corrections in text. 8102 items are listed. 
198. Goodrich, Luther Carrington. The Literary Inquisition of Ch'ien-Lung. Baltimore:
Waverly Press. 1st ed. index, xii, 275p. Original blue cloth. 25cm. Relatively minor
stain extending across top of most pages. No Jacket. American Council of Learned
Societies. Studies in Chinese and Related Civilizations, No. 1. 
Goonetilleke, L. P., editor and compiler. The Doyen of Painters in Ceylon.
Felicitation Volume Presented on the Occasion of the 84th Birthday of GateMudaliyar A. C. G. S. Amarasekara ... in Appreciation and Recognition of His
Devotion to the Cause of Art in Ceylon. Colombo: Printed and Published for the
Organizing Committee Amarasekara Foundation Felicitation Event by the Colombo
Apothecaries, 1966. photos, ills (some color), 126p. Hardcover. 25cm. No Jacket.
SIGNED on title-page by Amarasekara. 
200. Goswami, Shyam Sundar. Goswami Method of Training and Treatment. Santipur:
Goswami's Institute for Research and Advancement of Physical Culture, 1929. photos,
61p. plus (9)p. adverts. Rebound in later serviceable red quarterbinding. 19cm. Sound
and clean. Good. No Jacket. 
201. Graham Jr., Donald H.Bronze Mirrors from Ancient China: Donald H. Graham Jr.
Collection. Hong Kong: Printed by Techpearl Printing, (1994). color ills, 312p.
Hardcover. dj. Cloth slipcase. Catalog by Toru Nakano. 
202. Graham, Stephen. Through Russian Central Asia. New York: The Macmillan
Company, 1916. 1st Amer. ed. frontis, photos, index, xii, 298, (6)p. Orig. blue cloth.
21cm. Ends of backstrip and cover corners lightly rubbed. No Jacket.  $60
203. Gregory, John Walter and C. J. Gregory. To the Alps of Chinese Tibet; An Account
of a Journey of Exploration up to and among the Snow-Clad Mountains of the
Tibetan Frontier. London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1923. 1st ed. frontis, maps (one
folding), index, 321p. Original orange cloth. 22cm. Backstrip slightly faded, with a
vertical tear (2cm. ) at top. Minor cover soil. No Jacket. Bookplate (William and
Florence Morden) 
204. Griffis, William Elliot, 1843-1928. Corea: the Hermit Nation. New York: Charles
Scribner's Sons, 1889. 3rd ed, Revised and Enlarged with Additional Chapter on Corea
in 1888. frontis, ills, maps (1 folding), index, 474p. plus (4)p. publisher's adverts.
Original two-toned cloth (orange backed in black). 21cm. Backstrip frayed at ends.
Endpaper splitting and reglued along front hinge. 
205. Gulik, Robert Hans van. Sexual Life in Ancient China: A Preliminary Survey of
Chinese Sex. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1961. frontis, ills, index, xvii, 392p. Cloth. dj. 27cm.
Endpapers slightly wrinkled. Jacket has a few chips. 
206. Gulik, Robert Hans van. Sexual Life in Ancient China: A Preliminary Survey of
Chinese Sex. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1961. frontis, ills, index, xvii, 392p. Cloth. dj. 27cm.
Endpapers slightly wrinkled. Jacket Good (chipped with some tears along edges).
207. Gurov, N. V. [and] Yu. V. Knorozov [and] B. Ya. Volchok. Proto-Indica. Coconut
Grove: Field Research Projects, 1973. vii, 63p. Softcover in original wrapper. 28cm.
Rusty staples. Translation by Hem Chandre Pande of three Russian Proto-Indian
208. Hall, Basil. Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Corea, and the
Great Loo-Choo Island; with an Appendix, containing Charts and Various
Hydrographical and Scientific Notices. London: John Murray, 1818. 1st ed. 9
aquatint plates (8 hand-colored, including frontis), 5 maps (2 folding), 1 other
uncolored plate (of Wollaston's Dip Sector), xv, , 222, cxxx, p. Recent
quarterbinding. 27cm. Foxing on illustrations. Bookplate of famed actor John
Barrymore (along with a recent penciled note stating that this book was sold for $24.80
as lot B-73 at an auction in 1941 (after the actor's death). Letter (tipped in) and
inscription by the author's sister Magdalene (who died in childbirth in 1823 while
married to Henry Harvey). The letter and inscription appear to be to the same person,
addressed in the inscription as M. Le Chevalier. We believe that the recipient was
Jean Baptiste Joseph, chevalier Delambre. 
209. Hall, Basil. Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Corea, and the
Great Loo-Choo Island; with Two Charts. Philadelphia: Abraham Small, 1818. 1st
Amer. ed. 2 single-page maps (preceding title-page), 201p. plus a (2) page publisher's
advertisement seeking subscriptions for a proposed new edition of Willich's Domestic
Encyclopaedia. Very worn original paper-covered boards. 24cm. Binding broken; what
remains of the original backstrip is only fragmentary. Relatively small rectangular
piece cut out of free endpaper (apparently to remove a name). Fair.  $150
210. Hallock's Almanac and Miscellany Circulating throughout China. Twenty-Fifth
Year, 1927 [English title on back cover]. Shanghai: Rev. H. G. C. Hallock, 1927?.
p. Bound double-leaved Japanese-style with final leaf not double. Softcover in
pink wrapper. Oriental-style string binding. 27cm. Back cover has a tear as well as a
modest piece which is almost completely detached along fore-edge.  $300
211. Han Yu, 768-824. Poetische Werke. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952. xi,
393p. Softcover in original wrapper. 26cm. Minor cover wear (including a repaired
chip). Pencil correction of a minor typographical error on page 349. SIGNED on titlepage by the editor. Translated by Erwin von Zach. Edited by James Robert Hightower.
Harvard-Yenching Institute Studies, Volume VII. 
212. Hangin, John G. and Urgunge Onon, editors. Analecta Mongolica: Dedicated to the
Seventieth Birthday of Professor Owen Lattimore. Bloomington: 1972. errata sheet
(folded and laid in), 142p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Backstrip slightly
faded. Mongolia Society Occasional Papers, Number Eight. 
213. Happy Childhood, Vol. 12, No. 2. Shanghai: China Sunday School Union, n.d.
[1930s?]. 20p. Softcover in original; wrapper. 25cm. Moderate scuffing and wear with
some dog-earing at corners. Good. Chinese title and text (our English title appears at
bottom of back cover, as does our publication information). Laid in is a printed pink
slip in English offering suggestions for a Christmas Gift Service, suggesting to us that
this was a Christmas issue. 
214. Hanzawa, Shoshiro. Topography and Geology of the Riukiu Islands. n.p.: 1935. 61,
iv(p.) plus 15 photographic plates with captioned text on interleavings and 5 unbound
geological charts (in pocket). Softcover. Folio. Cover chipped and worn (also splitting
at joints and lacking top half of backstrip). Folio. Title-page refers to a "chart" which
appears to be missing from this copy. Poor. Reprinted from the Science Reports of the
Tôhoku Imperial University, Second Series (Geology), Vol. XVII. Laid in is a wrinkled
copy of Geological History of the Ryukyu Islands by the same author which is an
offprint from the Proceedings of the Imperial Academy, XI (1935), No. 2 (pp. 58-61)
that has been INSCRIBED ("With the kind regards of the author").  $125
215. Harfield, Alan. British & Indian Armies in the East Indies 1685-1935. Chippenham:
Picton Publishing, 1984. frontis, photos, xv, 411p, Original green boards. dj. 21cm.
216. Hargreaves, H. Excavations in Baluchistan 1925, Sampur Mound, Mastung and
Sohr Damb, Nal. Calcutta: Govt. of India Central Pub. Branch, 1929. index, iv, 89,
viii, plus 24 plates. Orig. cloth-backed boards. 32cm. Corner replaced on title page.
No jacket. Memoirs of the Archaeological Survey of India. No. 35.  $225
217. Harrist, Robert E. Painting and Private Life in Eleventh-Century China. Princeton:
Princeton University Press, (1998). 1st ed. Illustrated (b & w), index, xvii, 164p. plus
black & white plates. Original black cloth. dj. 26cm. Fine. 
218. Hartendorp, A. V. H. The History of Industry and Trade in the Philippines: The
Maysaysay Administration. Manila: Philippine Education Company, 1961. 1st ed.
frontis, index, xi, 532p. Original blue boards. dj. 23cm. Edge-worn jacket has some
minor staining and two large chips. INSCRIBED on endpaper by Hartendorp (who has
also signed the title-page). 
219. Havell, Ernest Binfield, 1861-1934. Benares the Sacred City; Sketches of Hindu Life
and Religion. . London: Blackie, 1905. 1st ed. frontis, photos, xiii, 226p. Original
dark blue cloth. 23cm. Spine slightly sloped. No jacket. 
220. Hawaii Kyoiku Kai, publisher and perhaps the author. Nihongo Tokuhon. n.p. [Made
in Japan]: 1939-1940. Five slender volumes published 1939-1940 under this general
title. They appear to be volumes I, II, IV, XI and XII (out of a series of 12 such
volumes). Vols. I and II bound in original brown cloth; the other three are in original
wrappers. 22cm. Condition varies but generally above average. Japanese text. We
know little about this organization or its activities but have assumed that these
textbooks were intended for use in elementary or middle schools by Hawaiians of
Japanese descent. 
221. Hayden, Henry and Cesar Cosson. Sport and Travel in the Highlands of Tibet.
London: Richard Cobden-Sanderson Thavies Inn, (c. 1927). 1st ed. frontis, photos,
index, xvi, 262p. Cloth. 22cm. Black cloth. dj. 23cm. Jacket chipped at head of
backstrip and moderately soiled and worn. Ex lib. ("LC" duplicate stamp on
endpaper). Cover stain at base of backstrip and a short tear at top. Lacks folding map
which should be found in the cover pocket. Good. 
222. Healy, Patrick J. and Ng Poon Chew. A Statement for Non-Exclusion. San Francisco:
1905. 255p. Softcover. No separate wrapper present. 23cm. Ex lib. (The Balch
Institute). Outer leaves somewhat worn. Staples heavily rusted; contents otherwise
sound. Good. Ng emigrated to the United States in the 1980s and later published
Chinese language newspapers in California. 
223. Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904. Japanese Fairy Tales by Lafcadio Hearn. Printed in
Color by Hand from Japanese Wood Blocks. The Boy Who Drew Cats, The Old
Woman Who Lost Her Dumpling, Chin Chin Kobakama, The Goblin Spider, The
Fountain of Youth. [titling on case]. Tokyo [three also list a street address -- 17
Kami Negishi] : T. Hasegawa [The Boy Who Drew Cats, Chin Chin Kobakama, and
The Fountain of Youth]; Y. Nishinomiya [The Goblin Spider and The Old Woman
Who Lost Her Dumpling], n.d. [probably 1930s]. 5 Crepe Paper Books in a pegged
wrap-around case. 13.7 x 19.2cm. Case sound with some fading and a bit of wear.
Crepe paper books bright and as new except for some foxing on top edge of two of the
books and a bit of wrinkling on one back corner. Stamped in purple on inside of case:
"All Rights Reserved Nishinomiya-Tokyo Printed in Japan" 
224. Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904. Japanese Fairy Tales by Lafcadio Hearn. Printed in
Color by Hand from Japanese Wood Blocks. The Boy Who Drew Cats, The
Goblin Spider, The Old Woman Who Lost Her Dumpling, Chin Chin Kobakama,
The Fountain of Youth. Macrae-Smith-Company Philadelphia [titling on case].
Tokyo [the first three named volumes also list a street address -- 17 Kami Negishi]: T.
Hasegawa, n.d. [probably 1930s]. 5 Crepe Paper Books in a pegged wrap-around case.
13.7 x 19.2cm. Case unevenly faded and close to falling apart as it lacks almost all of
one of the smaller panels. Crepe paper books bright and almost as new. Printed on
inside of box: "Made in Japan" 
225. Heber, Adolph Reeve and Kathleen M. Heber. In Himalayan Tibet: a Record of 12
Years Spent in the Topsy-Turvy Land of Lesser Tibet With a Description of Its
Cheery Folk, Their Ways & Religion, of the Rigours of the Climate & Beauties
of the Country, Its Fauna and Flora. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1926. 1st Amer. ed.
32 photos on 16 plates (including frontis), folding map, index, xvi, 283p. Orange cloth.
21cm. Backstrip faded. Cover slightly warped. Bookplate (William and Florence
Morden). No Jacket. 
226. Hedin, Sven. Sven Hedin as Artist for the Centenary of Sven Hedin's Birth. Revised
and with Supplement by Gosta Montell and Essay by Folke Holmer. Stockholm:
Sven Hedins Stiftelse, Statens Etnografiska Museum, (c. 1964). 62p. plus 241
drawings on unnumbered pages. Original cloth. 29cm. Translated by Donald Burton.
No jacket. Sven Hedin - Life and Letters, II. 
227. Hedin, Sven Anders, 1865-1962. Trans-Himalaya: Discoveries and Adventures in
Tibet. New York: Macmillan, 1909. 1st Amer. ed. 2 vols. ills & photos, index, 10
maps (3 folding), xxiii, 436, xvii, 439p. Original cloth. 22cm. Corners rubbed (some
fraying) Backstrips moderately faded with ends rubbed. No jackets. A third volume
was published in 1913 and, as here, is usually missing. 
228. Hel Zohiolyn Hureelen, Ulaanbaatar. Nomci Gatun's Version of Kesar Saga.
Ulaanbaatar: 1960. This volume only. 4, 250p. Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm.
Cover somewhat worn. Lacks backstrip. 30cm. Good. Mongolian text. Corpus
Scriptorum Mongolorum Instituti Linguae et Litterarum Comiteti Scientiarum et
Educationis. Altae Reipublicae, Tomus IX, Fasc. 4. Nomci Gatun's version of this
Inner Asian epic. A second volume may have been published. 
229. Hellwald, Friedrich von, 1842-1892. Die Russien in Centralasien: Eine Studie uber
die Neueste Geographie und Geschichte Centralasiens. Augsburg: A. F. Butsch's
Verlag, 1873. vii, 233, p. Softcover in later plain brown wrapper. 23cm. Some
foxing throughout text. Last signature detached. Good. German text. Hellwald was an
Austrian who wrote about geography and history. 
230. Hickman, Money L. and Yasuhiro Sato. The Paintings of Jakuchu. New York:
Published in Association with Harry N. Abrams, (c. 1989). 1st ed. [so stated]. 169
plates (97 in color), 224p. Original black cloth. dj. 31cm. Introductory text doublecolumned; catalog text triple-columned. This attractive catalog accompanied an
exhibition of Jakuchu's work in New York and Los Angeles. 
231. Hillier, Jack. The Harari Collection of Japanese Paintings and Drawings. Boston:
Boston Book and Art Publisher (Vols. I & II); London: Lund Humphries (Vol. III),
1970-1973. 1st Amer. ed. (Vols. I & II); 1st ed. (Vol. III). 3 vols. Illustrated (many in
color). Uniform cloth. Vols. I and II in a cloth covered slipcase; Vol. III in a separate
cloth-covered slipcase (the slipcase color matches the color of the bindings). Light
wear only. No jackets. All edges gilt. All three volumes say "First edition" on the
copyright page but the first two volumes would appear to be 1st Amer. eds. while Vol.
III is the 1st ed. An impressive set. 
232. Hirooka, Asa. The Autobiography of Asa-ko Hirooka. [Tokyo]: . 2 ills
(including portrait), 28p. Thin cloth binding. 19cm. No separate title-leaf present in
this copy. No jacket. 
233. Ho, Ah Chon. Kuching in Pictures, 1851-1946. Kuching: Printed by See Hua Daily
News Bhd., n.d. . photos and ills, , 171p. Softcover in original wrapper.
27cm. INSCRIBED on title-page by Ho. 
234. Hobbs, H. The Romance of the Calcutta Sweep. Calcutta: H. Hobbs, 1930. 286p.
Original red boards. 22cm. Cover corners bumped. Ends of spine rubbed. Corners of
some pages slightly bent. Good. No jacket. 
235. Hoffmann, Helmut. The Religions of Tibet. New York: MacMillan, 1961. frontis,
photos, index, 199p. Original brown boards. dj. 22cm. Jacket has some scuffing and
236. Holdich, Thomas H. Tibet the Mysterious. (c. 1906). 1st Amer. ed. photos, maps (2
folding), index, xii, 356p. Original golden yellow cloth. 22cm. Front cover decorated
in green & gilt. Spine lettering a bit indistinct. No jacket. 
237. _____ SAME. London: Alston Rivers, n.d. (1906). frontis, maps, photos, index, ix,
356p. Green cloth. 23cm. Lacks the colored folding map of Tibet at end of volume.
Hinge-paper cracked. Front joint partially split (and now reglued). Minor fraying at
ends of backstrip. Good. No jacket. Author's(?) gift inscription ("Douglas Carruthers
from THH 1908") on endpaper. The Story of Exploration (series). 
238. Hoshina, T., compiler. The Economic History of Chosen. Seoul: n.d. [Foreword dated
February, 1920]. frontis (folding map), photos, index, viii, 266p. Original blue cloth.
20cm. Several pencil underlinings and notes in first part of text. Moderate cover wear.
No jacket. Compiled in Commemoration of the Decennial of the Bank of Chosen.
239. Hughes, Sukey. Washi: The World of Japanese Paper. Tokyo, New York and San
Francisco: Kodansha International, (c. 1978). 1st trade ed. ills, index, 360p. Beige
cloth. dj. 30cm. Fine. Card slipcase. 
240. Hunter, William Wilson, 1840-1900. The Indian Empire; Its People, History, and
Products. London: Trubner, 1886. 2nd ed. folding map, index, xxix, 747p. Original
cloth. 22cm. Cover corners and ends of backstrip frayed and lightly chipped. Contents
sound and clean. Good. 
241. Hunter, William Wilson, 1840-1900. Life of Brian Houghton Hodgson, British
Resident at the Court of Nepal.... London: Murray, 1896. 1st ed. frontis, index, ix,
390p. plus (2)p. publisher's adverts. Original cloth. 22cm. Some cover staining and
bubbling of cover cloth. Contents sound and clean. Good. No jacket.  $75
242. Huntington, Susan L. The Art of Ancient India: Buddhist, Hindu, Jain. New York:
Weatherhill, (1985). 1st ed. Illustrated (a few color), index, xxix, 786p. Original brown
cloth. dj. 26cm. Fine. 
243. Iacopino, Vincent and Sidney Jones. Thailand: Bloody May: Excessive Use of Lethal
Force in Bangkok. The Events of May 17-20, 1992. Boston: Physicians for Human
Rights and Human Rights Watch, 1992. 43, p. Softcover in original wrapper. A
couple of small spots. 
244. Ihara, Michio. Michio Ihara: Architectural Sculpture. New York: Michio Ihara in
cooperation with Staempfli Gallery, (c. 1984). frontis, ills, 67p. Original wrapper.
28cm. Fine. SIGNED by Ihara on back of frontis. 
245. Imbault-Huart, Camille. Recueil de Documents sur l'Asie Centrale. Paris: E. Leroux,
1881. 2 folding maps, xi, 225p. Rebound in decent modern ½ leather. 26cm. Half-title
& a couple of other leaves chipped; contents otherwise sound & clean. French text.
Includes: Histoire de l'insurrection des Tounganes sous le regne de Tao-Kouang
(1820-1828) d'apres les documents chinois; Description oorographique du Turkestan
chinois, traduie du Si Yu T'ou Tche; and Notices geographiques et historiques sur les
peuples de l'Asie central, traduite du Si Yu T'ou Tche. 
246. India. Manager. Government of India. Central Publication Branch. India in 1930-31:
A Statement prepared for presentation to Parliament in Accordance with the
Requirements of the 26th Section of the Government of India Act (5 & 6 Geo. V,
Chap. 61). Calcutta: Government of India Central Publication Branch, 1932. folding
maps, xxiv, 752p. Original cloth-backed boards. 23cm. Some fraying and splitting
along joints. Good. No jacket. 
247. Indian Tea Association. Scientific Department. Quarterly Journal, Part II 1921.
Calcutta: Printed at the Catholic Orphan Press, 1921. 2 folding graphs, -102p.
Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Vertical crease. 
248. Ingholt, Harald (text) and Islay Lyons (photos). Gandharan Art in Pakistan. New
York: Pantheon Books, (c. 1957). 1st ed. frontis, ills, 203p. plus 577 photos on
unnumbered pages. Original speckled beige cloth backed in black cloth. dj. 31cm.
Fine. No slipcase. 
249. Inn, Henry. Chinese Houses and Gardens. New York: Bonanza Books, 1950. 2nd ed.
ills, photos, xii, 148p. Original cloth-backed boards. dj. 31cm. Fine. Edited by Shao
Chang Lee. 
250. [Institute of North Korean Studies]. Red Dynasty. Institute of North Korean Studies:
Institute of North Korean Studies, 1982. 151p. Softcover in original wrapper. 21cm.
Light wear. 
251. International Institute. Mission among the Higher Classes in China. Fourth Report ...
Oct. 15th, 1895 to April 15th, 1896 [and] Fifth Report ... April 15th to Oct. 15th,
1896. Peking: American Board Mission Press, 1896, 1896. Two separate reports.
Fourth report: 22p. Softcover in chipped original wrapper. Fifth Report: 32p.
Softcover in original wrapper. Library markings on cover. Both pamphlets are about
18cm. in height and have a vertical crease and moderate cover soiling. Good. This
mission was directed by Gilbert Reid who served, with some interruptions, as a
Christian missionary in China until his death in 1927. 
The International Journal, Vol. 5, No. 45/46 (October 8, 1927). Shanghai:
International Institute of China, Inc., 1927. p. Softcover in original wrapper.23cm.
Cover sound and intact but has some browning and wear along spine. Text moderately
browned. Good. First 12 pages in English; balance in Chinese. Reports the September
30th death of Dr. Gilbert Reid, a missionary in China since 1882 and the founder of
this institute and of this periodical. 
253. International School of Bangkok. The Erawa 1958. [Bangkok]: 1958. photos, (110p.)
Original green cloth on front half and Thai patterned cloth on back half. 26cm. No
jacket. School yearbook for this highly regarded school which was established in
254. Introduction to Korean Studies. Seoul: National Academy of Sciences, Republic of
Korea, n.d. [Foreword dated 1986]. 849p. Original hardcover binding. 25cm. No
255. Irving, Robert Grant. Indian Summer; Lutyens, Baker, and Imperial Delhi. New
Haven: Yale University Press, 1981. 1st ed. frontis, ills (some color), index, x, 406p.
Hardcover. dj. 27cm. Minor soiling and wear. 
256. Ito, N. New Japan: Six Years of Democratization. Tokyo: The Japan Peace Study
Group, n.d. [Brief last section of book dated December 1952]. 243p. Softcover in
original white wrapper (with a pictorial dj). 19cm. 
257. Izzard, Sebastian, editor. One Hundred Masterpieces from the Collection of Dr.
Walter A. Compton: Japanese Swords, Sword Fittings, and Other
Accoutrements. New York: Christie, Manson & Woods International, (1992).
Illustrated (several color), 321p. Original cloth. dj. 36cm. Fine. Lightly worn pictorial
card slipcase. 
258. Jackson, Donovan. India's Army. London: n.d. [Foreword dated 1940]. photos, xxi,
584p. Original cloth. 14cm. Minor wear. No jacket. 
259. Jacob, Samuel Swinton, Sir. Jeypore Portfolio of Architectural Details. [Parts I-VI
only]. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1890. 1st ed. The first six parts only (of an eventual
12 -- the other six were published over the next 23 years). Each volume (Part) consists
of: (1) a title-page; (2) a single-page preface (repeated in each Part) on the back of
which appears a Contents list for that volume; (3) 1-4 pages containing Short
Descriptive Notes about the plates; and (4) the plates of architectural details. There are
a total of 374 plates in these six volumes. 348 of those plates are printed completely
in black and white while the other 26 are either printed in color or have one or more
detail printed in color. The title-pages and plates are printed on one side. The former
owner of this set didn't like having the plates and other contents loose in portfolio
volumes and constantly at risk of chipping and other loss or damage from mishandling
so he had a binder individually stub every page and uniformly bind these six parts in
modern buckram in 1966. Receipts indicate that he paid $125 for the set and spent
another $315 to have them rebound. These are large folio-sized volumes (54cm.).
Minor cover scuffing and wear only. The plates generally show only minor age-toning
and an occasional minor edge repair and perhaps a couple of corner chips or repairs.
Two plates in Part IV have been bound in out of order (plate 3 appears after plate 5
and plate 47 after plate 54). A typed list identifying the localities in India where the
architectural details in these six volumes were located was prepared by the former
owner and mounted on the verso of the title-leaf in Part I. Fine. Part I. Copings and
Plinths; Part II. Pillars -- Caps and Bases; Part III. Carved Doors; Part IV. Brackets;
Part V. Arches; and Part VI. Balustrades. These volumes were published under the
patronage of Maharaja Sawai Madhu Singh of Jeypore. Jacob is identified as
Engineer to the Jeypore State. According to the Preface: "The lads who have been
employed in preparing the drawings are all natives of Jeypore, trained first in the
School of Art, and then in the office of the Executive Engineer." 
Japan Biographical Research Department. Staff, compiler & editor. Japan
Biographical Encyclopedia & Who's Who (2nd Edition). Tokyo: Rengo Press,
1961. Thin flexible blue covers. dj. 26cm. Jacket has a couple of chips. LC "duplicate"
stamp on title-page. 
261. Japan, Tetsudosho. (Japanese Govt. Railways). Official Guide to Eastern Asia;
Transcontinental Connections between Europe & Asia. Vol. V: East Indies
including Philippine Islands, French Indo-China, Siam, Malay Peninsula, and
Dutch East Indies. Tokyo: Imperial Government Railways of Japan, 1917. 1st ed.
This volume ONLY. photos (6 full-page), maps (15 folding, including one in cover
pocket), index, xxx, 519p. Original flexible reddish brown cloth. 16cm. Modest soiling
and wear. No jacket. The scarcest of the five volumes in this set of travel guides.
262. Japan. Monbusho. A General Survey of Education in Japan. Tokyo: Department of
Education, 1937. folding organizational chart, photos, ii, 123p. Softcover in original
wrapper. 19cm. 
263. Japanese Customs. Marriage Ceremony. Sixteen Assorted. Coloured by Hand [title
on envelope]. n.p.: Undated [1930s?]. This envelope contains 16 uncaptioned colored
prints,. The prints are numbered 1-16 and each measures approximately 15 x 12cm.
The envelope is intact but is splitting along one side and shows some wear. The first
13 prints show various scenes associated with preparing to get married. The last three
show mother and new baby, father and new baby and mother and father and new
264. Japanese National Commission for UNESCO, editor. The Role of Education in the
Social and Economic Development of Japan. [Tokyo?]: Ministry of Education, (c.
1966). 429p, Softcover in original wrapper. 26cm. Fine. 
265. Japanese Sword Society of the United States. Bulletins and Newsletters. Includes: (1)
Vols. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17 (1971-1980-81 of this organization's annual
Bulletin; (2) 59 issues of their bi-monthly Newsletter; and (3) a few dealer lists,
membership lists, etc. Newsletters present include: Vol 6, No. 4; Vol. 7, No. 6, Vol.
8, No. 3; Vol. 9, Nos. 2-6; Vol. 10, Nos. 3-6; Vol. 11, Nos. 1, 3-6; Vol. 12, Nos. 1-6;
Vol. 13, Nos. 1-6; Vol. 14, Nos. 1-6, Vol. 15, Nos. 1-6; Vol. 16, Nos. 1-6; Vol. 17,
Nos. 1-6, Vol. 18, Nos. 1-6. 1971. Three black 3-ring notebooks. Almost all items
have three holes punched along left side for insertion in the notebooks. Staples have
generally been removed. 
266. Jennings, J. G., editor and translator. The Vedantic Buddhism of the Buddha: A
Collection of Historical Texts Translated from the Original Pali.... London:
Geoffrey Cumberlege/Oxford University Press, 1947. 1st ed. indexes, cxvii, 679p.
Original cloth. 22cm. Backstrip faded. Glue mark on endpaper where a bookplate was
removed. Good. No jacket. 
267. Jennings, Jesse, editor. The Prehistory of Polynesia. Cambridge: Harvard University
Press, 1979. 1st ed. maps, ills, photos, index, 399p. Original blue cloth. dj. 26cm. Fine.
268. Jerez, Luis Moreno. The Spanish Prisoners Held by the Tagalogs: A Historical
Narrative of Their Captivity and the Measures Taken for Their Freedom. Manila:
National Historical Institute, (1998). iii, 85p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm.
Jin, Yuelin and Gongquan Xiao and Youlan Feng. China's Philosophy and
Philosophers: Articles by Chin Yueh-Lin, Hsiao Kung-Chuan, Fung Yu-Lan.
[cover title]. Peiping: War Area Service Corps, National Military Council, March
1946. 108p. Softcover in original wrapper. 19cm. Name on cover. Pamphlets on China
and Things Chinese [series]. 
270. Johnston, Richard W. Follow Me: The Story of the Second Marine Division in
World War II. New York: Random House, (c. 1948). frontis, ills, 305p. Cloth. dj.
28cm. Jacket has edge-wear along top as well as a few chips. WWII in the Pacific for
this Marine Division. 
271. Joly, Henri L. and Kumasaku Tomita. Japanese Art & Handicraft: An Illustrated
Record of the Loan Exhibition held in Aid of the British Red Cross in OctoberNovember, 1915. Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1976. color frontis, black &
white ills, , 213, p. Original red cloth. dj. Card slipcase. 31cm. Spotting on
backstrip and on bottom portion of front cover. Originally published as a limited
edition of 175 copies in 1916. 
272. Karmay, Samten G., editor. The Treasury of Good Sayings: A Tibetan History of
Bon. London: Oxford University Press, 1972. 1st ed. frontis, index, folding map,
photos, ills, photos, index, xl, 365p. Original green cloth. dj (price-clipped). 22cm.
273. Keith, Arthur Berriedale. The Religion and Philosophy of the Veda and Upanishads.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1925. 1st ed. 2 vols. index, xviii,312, vii, 693p. Original cloth. 25cm. Former owner's name and old tapemarks on endpapers.
No jackets. Harvard Oriental Series, Volumes 31-32. 
274. Keith, Elizabeth (ills) and Elspet Keith Robertson Scott (text). Old Korea; The Land
of Morning Calm. London: Hutchinson, (c. 1946). frontis, ills (some color), 72p.
Original gray cloth. dj. 28cm. Jacket has a closed tear on front panel. Ownership
signature of Laurence Eliot Bunker on endpaper. Colonel Bunker served as aide de
camp to General MacArthur during WWII and the post-war occupation of Japan and
275. Kempers, A. J. Bernet. Ancient Indonesian Art. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Pr., 1959.
photos, index, 124p. plus 353 plates. Original red cloth. dj. 30cm. 
276. Kene, Thao. Bibliographie du Laos. [Vientiane]: Ministere de l'Education Nationale,
Comite Litteraire Laos, 1958. 68, (14)p. Softcover in original pink wrapper. 27cm.
Cover foxing and uneven fading. Last several leaves bound in upside down (as was
true of the other copy we had several years ago). Good. French text.  $100
277. Kenney-Herbert, Arthur Robert, 1840-1916. Wyvern's Indian Cookery Book, Being
a New and Revised Edition of Culinary Jottings for Madras.... Madras:
Higgonbotham; London: Simpkin, Marshall, n.d. . xii, 571p. Hardcover in
contemporary ½ cloth. 18cm. Bookplate of Fr. R. Cebis. NojJacket. Publisher's Note:
"Culinary Jottings for Madras was originally published in 1878 and re-issued at
intervals until the Sixth Edition, 1891. The present volume is entirely reconstructed
and rewritten, and, while it retains the leading features of Culinary Jottings, is
essentially a new work." 
278. Kernan, John Devereux. The Chait Collection of Chinese Export Silver. New York:
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. , 1985. Illustrated, index, 269p. Decorative multicolored leather. 28cm. Minor cover scuffing and the spine is somewhat sloped. No
Jacket. INSCRIBED at end of the Acknowledgments to John Kernan by Allan S. Chait
and Marion Chait Howe, who jointly assembled this collection of Chinese Export
Silver. Kernan's ownership stamp (a Chinese-style chop) in red on the title-page. A
special binding, probably done for presentation to Kernan. 
279. _____ SAME.. Softcover in original wrapper. Black card slipcase. 28cm. This book was
issued in an edition of 1000 copies in conjunction with a exhibition held Oct. 25-Nov.
16, 1985, to honor the 75th anniversary of the Ralph M. Chait Galleries. We assume
that the great majority of those copies were issued in softcover. 
280. Khan, Muhammad Wali Ullah. Lahore and its Important Monuments. Karachi:
International Packing Co., (1964). Revised Edition. photos, ills, 91p. Softcover in
original wrapper. 26cm. Sound copy with some cover wear. Good. 
281. Kidder Jr, J. Edward. Masterpieces of Japanese Sculpture: Photographed by
Yasukihi Irie, Ken Domon, Shihachi Fujimoto & Manshichi Sakamoto. Tokyo:
Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha; Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle, (c. 1960). 1st edition in English.
frontis, photos, xvi, 327p. Hardcover. dj (price-clipped). 34cm. Jacket edgeworn.
282. Kim, C. I. Eugene and Doretha E. Mortimore, editors. Korea's Response to Japan:
The Colonial Period, 1910-1945. [Kalamazoo]: Center for Korean Studies, Western
Michigan University, 1977. index, 351p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Lightly
283. Kim, Key-Hiuk. The Last Phase of the East Asian World Order: Korea, Japan and
the Chinese Empire, 1860-1882. Berkeley: University of California Press, (c. 1980).
1st ed. index, xxv, 414p. Original black cloth. dj. 23cm. Fine. 
Kimura, Hiroshi, editor. Russia's Shift toward Asia. Tokyo: Sasakawa Peace
Foundation, (c. 2007). 235p. Softcover in orig. wrapper. 26cm. Fine.  $45
285. Kingdon-Ward, Francis, 1885-1958. Plant Hunting on the Edge of the World.
London: Minerva, 1974. frontis, photos, index, x, 224p. Original green cloth. dj. 24cm.
Fine. Reprint of the original 1930 London edition of this account of plant hunting in
Burma and Assam. 
286. Kingdon-Ward, Francis, 1895-1958. The Mystery Rivers of Tibet: A Description of
the Little-Known Land Where Asia's Mightiest Rivers Gallop in Harness
through the Narrow Gateway of Tibet, Its Peoples, Fauna & Flora. London:
Seeley Service & Co., 1923. 1st ed. frontis, maps (1 folding), photos, index, 316p. plus
p. publisher's adverts. Cloth. 22cm. Backstrip darkened. Minor cover soil. Corners
bumped. No Jacket. 
287. Kingdon-Ward, Francis, 1895-1958. Burma's Icy Mountains. London: Jonathan Cape,
(c. 1949). 1st ed. frontis, photos, folding map, 287p. Cloth. dj (price-clipped). 20cm.
Bookplate (Forum Club) inside front cover. Jacket slightly soiled . 
288. Kipling, Rudyard. The Jungle Books. [New York]: Limited Editions Club, 1968. ills
(by David Gentleman), xiii. 383p.. Cloth-backed boards. Slipcase. 26cm. Copy #601
of an edition limited to 1500 numbered copies which are signed by Gentleman.
289. Kipling, Rudyard. Kim. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1962. ills (by Robin
Jacques), ix, 284p. Gilt-patterned cloth backed in leather. Slipcase. 26cm. A few small
white spots on slipcase. Copy #601 of an edition limited to 1500 numbered copies
which are signed by Jaccques. 
290. Kirkwood, Kenneth P. Lyrics and Sonnets. Tokyo: Privately Printed, 1934. 1st ed.
165p. Original red cloth. 19cm. Backstrip slightly faded with ends rubbed. No jacket.
INSCRIBED by Kirkwood (as "Ken") upside down on rear endpaper. Kirkwood spent
more than a decade in Japan as a Canadian diplomat and was involved in developing
Japanese interest in mountain climbing. This book includes a 15-sonnet section titled
"Sonnets written in the Japanese Alps" (pages 107-122). 
291. Kish, George. To the Heart of Asia: The Life of Sven Hedin. Ann Arbor: University
of Michigan Press, (c. 1984). 1st ed. frontis, ills, xiv, 153p. Original cloth. dj. 23cm.
292. Kisliakov, N. A. Patriarkhal'no-Feodal'nye Otnosheniia sredi Osedlogo Sel'skogo
Naseleniia Bukharskogo Khanstva v Kontse XIX-Nachale XX v. Moskva: Izd-vo
Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1962. index, 169p. Original cloth. 26cm. Cover unevenly
faded. No jacket. Russian text. Trudy Institute Etnografii im N. N. Miklukho-Maklaia,
novaia seria, t. LXXIV. 
293. Kleen, Tyra de. Mudras: The Ritual Hand-Poses of the Buddha Priests and the
Shiva Priests of Bali. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1924. 1st ed. 42p. plus
62 b & w plates. Original cloth-backed boards. 29cm. Extremities rubbed (some
fraying). Cover scuffing. Contents sound and clean. Good. No jacket.  $40
294. Klien, Edwin. The Story of the Eleventh Service Regiment: A Historical Record.
Unpublished(?): n.d. [1945?]. 14, p. Typed carbon copy. Held together by two
metal fastener along top edge. 28cm. Minor browning and other wear. U.S. Marine
Corps Supply Regiment formed in 1943 which during WWII served successively in
Hawaii, Saipan, Okinawa and North China (Tientsin and Tsingtao are mentioned).
We don't know whether this was ever published. 
295. Knox, Jessie Juliet. In the House of the Tiger. Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham; New
York: Eaton and Mains, (c. 1911). 1st ed. 31 black & white printed photos (including
a frontis portrait of the author), 255p. Original red cloth with a simplified version of
one of the photos mounted on the front cover. 18cm. Later non-authorial gift
inscription on endpaper. No jacket. Stories (and several of the photos) about ChineseAmerican children. Knox, a white Tennessee-born Californian, was keenly interested
in Chinese Americans and adopted a 9-year old Chinese (Chinese American?) girl
named Lynne Shew who later established a hospital in China. 
Knox, Robert. An Historical Relation of Ceylon; Together with Somewhat
Concerning Severall Remarkeable Passages of My Life that Hath Hapned since
My Deliverance out of My Captivity. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1911.
frontis, ills, folding map, lxvii, Original red cloth. 23cm. Backstrip replaced with
modern cloth on which the original title and publisher's imprint have been mounted.
Moderate foxing. Sound but not particularly handsome copy. Good. No jacket.
297. Kojima, Matajiro. Amerika ichijo utsushi = Commodore Perry's Expedition to
Hakodate, May 1854: a Private Account with Illustrations. Hakodate-shi:
Hakodate Kyodo Bunkakai, 1953. 2 vols. First volume: color ills,  unnumbered
pages. Second volume: 2 maps, , 59, , 30, p. Softcover in original wrappers,
tied oriental-style and printed on double leaves. Blue case has frayed black ties and is
unevenly faded and rather worn. 21cm. Both volumes clean and attractive although
someone has scratched out the printed date of the original manuscript on the Englishlanguage title-page and the English-language title label in the 2nd volume. Kojima. a
government official and an amateur artist. recorded his culture-shocked impressions
of Commodore Perry's uninvited arrival at Hakodate in 1853. The first volume
reproduces Kojima's manuscript journal; the second volume is a printed version of
the journal plus an English translation by Alice Cheney (as improved by others), as
well as 2 maps and an English-language key to the maps. It is unclear how many sets
were published; this set is Numbered 178 in the colophons. 
298. Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, Tokyo. Catalogue of Periodicals Written in European
Languages and Published in Japan. [Tokyo]: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, 1936.
index, 51p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. 
299. Konrad, Nikolai Iosifovich, 1891-1970. Izbrannye Trudy: Istoriia. Moskva: Nauka,
1974. frontis (portrait), 469p. Hardcover. 24cm. No jacket. Russian text; summary in
English (at pages 461-463). 
300. Koop, Albert J. and Hogitaro Inada. Japanese Names and How to Read Them: A
Manual for Art-Collectors and Students, Being a Concise and Comprehensive
Guide to the Reading and Interpretation of Japanese Proper Names Both
Geographical and Personal, as Well as of Dates and Other Formal Expressions.
London: Eastern Press and Bernard Quaritch, 1923. 1st ed. ills, tables, index, x, 552,
(9)p. Original magenta cloth. 25cm. Backstrip and cover edges slightly faded. No
301. The Korea Magazine, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-12 (1917). Seoul: Korea Magazine, 1917. frontis
(in each issue, generally facing first text page), 4, 576p. [Issues consecutively
paginated]. Contemporary light tan cloth. 22cm. Original wrappers bound in (front
cover almost detached on first issue). Vertical crease throughout -- perhaps the issues
were folded for mailing). Ex lib. (American Bible Society). Discard stamp (Union
Theological Seminary Library). Good. Identified itself as an independent Christian
missionary publication. Japan banned further publication of this quarterly in April,
1919. The four listed members of its Editorial Board are S. A. Beck, James Scarth
Gale, W. G. Cram and W. A. Noble. Almost all of the material in this periodical was
written by Gale, a Canadian-Born Presbyterian missionary. 
302. The Korean Conspiracy Trial; Full Report of the Proceedings. By the Special
Correspondent of the "Japan Chronicle" Kobe: Office of the "Japan Chronicle",
1912. 136o, Softcover in original wrapper. 24cm. Backstrip chipped. Vertical crease.
English language report of the "... trial of the 123 Koreans charged with being
concerned in a conspiracy to assassinate Count Terauchi, Governor-General of
Korea...." [page 3]. 
303. Kozaki Hiromichi. Reminiscences of Seventy Years: The Autobiography of a
Japanese Pastor. Tokyo: Christian Literature Society of Japan, n.d. [Preface to the
English Translation dated 1933]. 1st ed. in English. photo, 406p. Original blue-green
boards. 21cm. Minor bubbling of front endpaper. A couple of inked corrections in an
unknown hand. No jacket. Translated into English by Nariaki Kozaki, the author's
304. Kramrisch, Stella. The Presence of Siva. Princeton: Princeton University Press, (c.
1981). 1st ed. index, 514p. plus 32 plates. Hardcover. dj. 23cm. Fine.  $48
305. Krist, Gustav. Alone through the Forbidden Land: Journeys in Disguise through
Soviet Central Asia. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, (c. 1938). 1st Amer.
ed. photos, 2 maps (1 folding), index, 271p. Original orange cloth. dj. 22cm. Minor
cover soil. Jacket has edge-wear and soiling. 
306. Krull, Germaine. Tibetans in India. New Dehli: Allied Publishers, (c. 1968). 1st ed.
photos, (9), (52) unnumbered pages photos. Black cloth. dj. 26cm. Cover slightly
warped and bubbled. Jacket has large pieces missing at ends of backstrip and smaller
chips at other corners. Good. 
307. Kulke, Eckehard. The Parsees in India: A Minority as Agent of Social Change.
Munchen: Weltforum Verlag, 1974. index, 300p. Original red boards. 21cm. Fading
around edges of covers and on backstrip. No jacket. Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institut
Studien Zu Entwicklung und Politik, 3. 
308. Kurata, Bunsaku and Yoshirô Tamura, editors. Art of the Lotus Sutra: Japanese
Masterpieces. Tokyo: Kôsei, (c. 1987). 1st ed. in English. colored plates, 174p.
Pictorial dj. 36cm. Fine. This translation by Edna B. Crawford was abridged from the
Japanese edition which was titled "Hokekyô no Bijutsu." 
309. Kwan-Yin, the Buddhist Madonna and Child. The Kwan-Yin is the Largest ThreeColor Porcelain Figure Made in the K'ang-hsi Period (1662-1722) Height 45
Inches. And Buddha Child, Three-Color Porcelain, Height 22 Inches. From the
Private Collection of Mr. Tsang Jen-Tshie. [New York?]: [Ton-Ying & Company?],
n.d.. color plate (tipped in along top edge),  leaves, including title-page and plate,
printed on one side. Tissue guards present. Original tied wrapper. Folio (32 x 49cm.).
Minor stain on lower right tip of front cover. OCLC lists a total of 5 holdings of this
folio-sized booklet which appears to have been designed to promote the sale of these
porcelains. Tsang is identified in the text as owner of Ton Ying & Company, a firm
dealing in Chinese antiquities. 
310. Kyokai. Miraculous Stories from the Japanese Buddhist Tradition: Nihon Ryoiki
of the Monk Kyokai. Translated and Annotated with an Introduction by Kyoko
Motomochi Nakamura. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1973. 1st ed. index,
xii, 322p. Original cloth. dj. 24cm. Fine. 
311. La Casse, Walter J. and Satyu Yamaguti. Mosquito Fauna of Japan and Korea.
[Kyoto]: Office of the Surgeon, Hq. 8th Army, 1955. ills, maps, vii, 268, 7, 213p.
Softcover in original wrapper. Bolt bound. 28cm. Multilithed. Prepared by the 207th
Malaria Survey Detachment. First published in 1950. 
312. La Vallee Poussin, Louis de. Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from TunHuang in the India Office Library. London: Oxford University Press, 1962. 1st ed.
xviii, 299, (3)p. Hardcover. dj. 29cm. Fine copy in a jacket that has a couple of closed
tears and bits of other soiling and wear. 
313. Ladies' Benevolent Association of Yokohama. Annual Report for 1879. Yokohama:
(1880). Four-page report on a single folded sheet. 25cm. Later folds (probably for
mailing). Report on the outer pages. One inner page contains a list of "Subscribers for
the past years"; the other is blank. 
314. Landor, Arnold Henry Savage, 1865-1924. Tibet and Nepal Painted and Described.
London: A & C Black, (c. 1905). 75 ills (mostly color, including frontis), folding map,
index, x, 233p. Decorated light blue cloth. 22cm. Backstrip somewhat faded. Ends of
backstrip and corners rubbed. Endpapers browned. Hinge reglued. Former owner's
name. Contents sound and clean. Good. No jacket. 
315. Lattimore, Eleanor Holgate. Turkestan Reunion. New York: John Day Company, (c.
1934). 1st ed. ills, xi, 308p. Cloth. dj. 21cm. Jacket lightly worn. Minor foxing.
Backstrip somewhat faded. Gift inscription. 
316. Lattimore, Owen, 1900-1989. High Tartary. Boston: Little, Brown, 1930. 1st ed.
frontis (portrait), photos, maps (1 folding), index, xiv, 370p. Original black cloth,
lettered in orange. 23cm. A couple of minor cover spots. No jacket. An account of
travel in Chinese Turkestan in 1927. 
317. Laurie, W. F. B. Sketches of Some Distinguished Anglo-Indians. With an Account
of Anglo-Indian Periodical Literature. London: W. H. Allen & Co., 1887. New
Edition, Revised and Enlarged. frontis (mounted photo), index, xx, 420p. Original
green cloth, lettered and decorated in gilt. 19cm. Extremities rubbed.  $80
318. Law, Narendra Nath. Promotion of Learning in India by Early European Settlers
(Up to about 1800 A.D.). London: Longmans, Green, 1915. 1st ed. index, xxviii,
159p. Original cloth. 19cm. Minor cover wear and bubbling of cover cloth. No Jacket.
319. Ledderose, Lothar. Mi Fu and the Classical Tradition of Chinese Calligraphy.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, (c. 1979). 1st ed. index, plates, xi, 131p.
Hardcover. dj. 31cm. Fine. The book is now housed in a slipcase covered in red cloth
which was probably made for a former owner. 
320. Lee, Chong-Sik. The Politics of Korean Nationalism. Berkeley: University of
California Press, 1965. 2nd printing. index, xiv, 342p. Original cloth. dj. 24cm. Fine.
321. Lee, Peter H., editor. Sourcebook of Korean Civilization: Volume I From Early
Times to the Sixteenth Century. New York: Columbia University Press, (c. 1993).
1st ed. This volume only (of 2). index, xxiv, 750p. Original cloth-backed boards. dj.
23cm. Fine. 
322. Leeke, Ada (with Evelyn Shaw). When Americans Came to Korea. Freeman, South
Dakota: Pine Hill Press, (c. 1991). 1st ed. photos, xii, 196p. Original black cloth. dj.
28cm. Fine. SIGNED on title-page by Shaw ("E. H. Shaw”) who edited and published
the work after Leeke's death in 1998. Leeke was born in Korea in 1914 where her
father had gone after graduation from the Colorado School of Mines. This book
appears to be a largely personal account by Leeke, a WAC in World War II, of her
experiences and impressions of Korea after she was sent there in October, 1945 where
she served as a Liaison Officer to General Lerch and as editor or Chief of
Publications for various US-sponsored publications in Korea until the military
government was dissolved in August, 1948. 
323. Legarda Jr., Benito J. After the Galleons: Foreign Trade, Economic Change &
Entrepreneurship in the Nineteenth-Century Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de
Manila University press, (c. 1999). index, xiv, 401p. Softcover in original wrapper.
324. Lensen, George Alexander. Japanese Recognition of the U.S.S.R. Soviet-Japanese
Relations, 1921-1930. Tokyo: Sophia University; Tallahassee: Diplomatic Press,
1970. sketch maps, index, 419p. Original patterned cloth. dj. 23cm. Jacket moderately
325. Leonard, Hugh. Plans to Accompany Report on the River Hooghly. London: Printed
by Edward Stanford, 1865. This volume ONLY. 13 maps, plans and ills present.
Original cloth-backed blue paper-covered boards. 34cm. Cover soil and chipping.
Some internal wear but generally sound. Good. The maps, plans & ills numbered as
follows: 4, [unnumbered], 16, 17, 22, 23, 25, 26, 30, 31, 32 and 33.  $75
326. Lesdain, Jacques, comte de. From Pekin to Sikkim, through the Ordos, the Gobi
Desert, and Tibet. London: John Murray, 1908. 1st ed. frontis, photos, folding map,
index, xii, (1), 301p. plus (2)p. publisher's adverts. Original cloth. 22cm. Cover
somewhat worn and faded -- the backstrip is quite faded. Spine slightly sloped. Lacks
front free endpaper as well as the first page of text (pages 1-2). Page edges foxed;
scattered foxing in text. Signature pulled. Fair. No Jacket. 
327. Levi, Laurel. A Kuk Buk in Pidgin. Rabaul: Methodist Mission Press, 1964. 111p.
Softcover in original stapled wrapper. 18cm. Cover unevenly browned. Gift inscription
at head of title-page. Rabaul in Papua New Guinea was destroyed by falling ash from
a volcanic explosion in 1994. 
328. Levison, W[alter] J. Proteges of the Viceroy. n.p.: n.d. [1945?]. 20 photos printed one
to a page on stiff leaves. Brief captions on facing pages. Stiff softcover. White plastic
comb binding. 25cm. Comb binding still works but is damaged. The front cover has
also split from the first few teeth in the comb. Minor soiling and some wear. The last
photo is inside the back cover. INSCRIBED inside front cover by Levision ("To
Tommy - For Xmas - 1945 - there is no forgiveness in this - Walter"). Levison's
photographs of the living conditions among the poor in Colonial India are juxtaposed
with typical statements found in upbeat assessments of living conditions in India. We
found no listing for this item in OCLC. 
329. Lin, Yutang. The Little Critic: Essays, Satires and Sketches on China (First Series:
1930-1932). Shanghai: The Commercial Press, Limited, 1935. 1st ed. x, 299p.
Hardcover. dj. 18cm. Jacket has visible wear and staining. Last 3 pages bound in
upside down. Cover and contents wavy (some leaves waterstained). Poor but
serviceable copy in a Fair jacket. 
330. Linrothe, Rob. Ruthless Compassion: Wrathful Deities in Early Indo-Tibetan
Esoteric Buddhist Art. Boston: Shambhala, 1999. frontis, photos (many color), index,
xii, 354p. Orig. blue boards. dj. 30cm. Corner lightly bumped. Fine.  $60
331. Liscomb, Kathryn Maurean. Learning from Mount Hua: a Chinese Physician's
Illustrated Travel Record and Painting Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, (1993). 1st ed. ills (some color), index, xiv, 229p. Orig. beige cloth. dj. 26cm.
332. Liu, Haisu, 1896-1994. Chinesische Malerei der Gegenwart. [cover title]. Berlin:
Carl Koch, n.d. [1930s?]. 12p. text plus 51 black and white plates. Softcover in
original wrapper. 41cm. Substantial pieces missing at ends of backstrip. A couple of
cover corners chipped. Good. German text. The first 11 plates are reproductions of
paintings by Liu Haisu (who also wrote the introductory text). 
333. Liu, Max Chiwai. Fei Chao Yuan Shi Wen Hua Yu Yi Shu = Culture and Art of the
Philippine Minorities. Taibei: Chung-shan hsueh shu wen hua chi chin hui, The Sun
Yat-Sen Cultural Foundation [Yi shu tu shu gong si jing xiao], 1973. photos and ills
(2 color), index, 254p. Original gray cloth. dj (price-clipped). 21cm. Light scuffing
and wear. INSCRIBED by Liu (as "Max L.") on half-title. Title, some prefatory
material and captions in Chinese and English; text in Chinese; English summary at
pages 25-31. 
334. Liu, Shaoqi, 1898-1969. Quotations from President Liu Shao-Ch'i. New York &
Tokyo: Walker/Weatherhill, 1968. 1st Amer. ed. portrait, 223p. Yellow plastic jacket
over original wrapper. 13cm. Red wrap-around band present (with a couple of short
335. Llana, Pedro de la, editor. The Philippine Commonwealth Handbook: A Cultural
and Economic Survey of Present-Day Philippines with Sketches of the
Outstanding Builders of the Commonwealth. Manila: Printed by General Printing
Press, 1936. 1st ed. xii, 522p. Original khaki-colored cloth. 21cm. Extremities rubbed.
No jacket. F. B. Icasiano listed as Associate Editor. 
336. Loeb, Edwin Meyer and Robert Heine-Geldern. Sumatra; Its History and People, by
Edwin M. Loeb. The Archaeology and Art of Sumatra, by Robert Heine-Geldren.
Wein: (1935). photos, folding map, index, ix, 350, plus (40)p. photos. Later old blue
buckram (with original wrapper bound in). 24cm. Cover scuffed and rather faded.
Contents sound. Discarded by the Harvard Yenching Library. Good.  $75
337. Lombard, Augustin. Un Itineraire Geologique dans l'Est du Nepal (Massif du Mont
Everest). Zurich: G. Fretz, 1958. 6 plates -- a folding table, 2 maps (1 folding) and 18
photos (on plates IV-VI), x, 107p. Softcover in orig. wrapper. 33cm. French text.
Societe Helvetique des Sciences Naturelle, Vol. LXXXII, Mem. 1. 
338. Lucena, Joao de. Historia da Vida do Padre Francisco de Xavier. Lisboa: Agencia
Geral do Ultramar,, 1952. 2 vols. folding map, facsimiles, lxxxiv, 464, -908,
(38)p. Rebound in later beige buckram. 29cm. Portuguese text. Reprint of the 1600
edition with a new Preface by Alvaro J. da Costa Pimpao. 
339. Lutheran Action Committee. Statements of the Lutheran Labor Day Conference on
War and Race, September 1-4, 1967, Chicago, Illinois. [Chicago?]: 1967. 40
unnumbered leaves. Softcover in original wrapper. Black plastic comb binding. 28cm.
Vietnam War and Racism. 
340. Luvsandendev, A., 1927-1997. Gucin jirgugatu tayilburi toli. Tomus I, Fasciculus.
1-11 only (of 14). Ulaanbaatar: Shinzhlekh Ukhaan, Deed Bolovsrolyn Khureelengiin
Erdem Shinzhilgeenii khevleliin Gazar, 1959-1961. 11 parts in separate wrappers.
30cm. Backstrips worn on first few fascs. Mongolian text. 
341. Ly, Hoi-Sang [and] Richard Alexander. Illustrious Prime Ministers of China: Their
Ancient Manners and Philosophies: A Symphony of the Spheres. New York:
Printed by Manger, Hughes & Manger, Inc., (c. 1928). ills, xii, -108, p. Printed
on unopened double-leaves oriental style. Original illustrated boards. 30cm. Bottom
edge rubbed. Hairline split at bottom of front joint. No Jacket. INSCRIBED on first
blank leaf by Ly to Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, who together with her husband were noted
collectors of great art. 
342. MacDonald, David. The Land of the Lama: a Description of a Country of Contrasts
& or Its Cheerful Happy-go-lucky People of Hardy Nature & Curious Customs;
Their Religion, Ways of Living, Trade & Social Life. London: Seeley, Service,
1929. 1st ed. frontis, photos, folding map, 283p. plus (4)p. publisher's adverts. dated
Spring 1929 which are preceded by a smaller format 8-page publisher's catalog of (8)
pages on glossy paper. Original light orange cloth. 22cm. Cover edges and ends of
backstrip soiled and rubbed. Short tear in margin of a couple of leaves. No jacket.
MacDonald, whose father was from Scotland and his mother from Sikkim, served as
British Trade Agent in Tibet from 1905 to 1925. 
343. MacDonald, David. Cultural Heritage of Tibet: A Description of a Country of
Contrasts and of its Cheerful Happy-Go-Lucky People of Hardy Nature and
Curious Customs: Their Religion, Ways of Living, Trade and Social Life. New
Delhi: Light & Life Publishers, n.d. . frontis, photos, index, 283p. Original
turquoise cloth. dj. 22cm. Rear panel soiled on jacket which also has other bits of
wear. Spine slightly sloped. Cover sunned along bottom edge. This is the previous item
(MacDonald's "Land of the Lama") retitled and updated by Dr. (Mrs.) Prabha Chopra
(and with a new Introduction). 
344. MacDonald, David. Touring in Sikkim and Tibet. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co,
1943. index, folding map (laid in), 126p. Softcover in original gray wrapper. 18cm.
Backstrip darkened. Former owner's name on front cover. 
345. Macdonald, David. Twenty Years in Tibet: Intimate & Personal Experiences of the
Closed among All Classes of Its People from the Highest to the Lowest. London:
Seeley, Service & Co., 1932. 1st ed. frontis (portrait), photos, folding map, index,
318p. Yellow cloth. 22cm. Covers grubby. Spine sloped. Backstrip darkened. Minor
foxing on endpapers. Good. No jacket. 
346. MacGahan, Januarius Aloysius, 1844-1878. Campaigning on the Oxus, and the Fall
of Khiva. New York: Harper, 1874. 1st Amer. ed. frontis, ills, colored map (doublepage), x, 438p. plus (2)p. publisher's adverts. Original brown cloth. 22cm. MacGahan
was a Special Correspondent for the New York Herald who caught up with General
Kaufman as the latter was on his way to conquer Khiva. We've also had this book in
green cloth and perhaps other shades of brown--we are unaware of any established
priority in color of binding. 
347. MacGregor, Charles Metcalfe. War in Afghanistan, 1879-80: The Personal Diary of
Major General Sir Charles Metcalfe MacGregor. Detroit: Wayne State University
Press, 1985. frontis, index, x, 266p. Original cloth. dj. 23cm. Fine. Edited by William
348. Mackay, George-Aberigh. Serious Reflections and Other Contributions. Bombay:
Bombay Gazette Steam Press, 1881. 1st ed. 306p. Hardcover. 19cm. Armorial
bookplate (Major General John Cecil Russell, whose name is also written in ink on
title-page and on front cover). Modest cover spotting and soil. 
349. Mahmud b. Amir Wali Balkhi, 17th century. Bahr ul-Asrar: Travelogue of South
Asia. Karachi: Institute of Central & West Asian Studies (University of Karachi),
1980. xviii, 55, 107p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. "For favour of Review"
stamped on first blank page. Introductory and critical material in English followed by
the Persian text. Added title-page at end: Bahr al-asrar fi manaqib al-akhyar,
safamamah-I Hind va Saylan (under which title this item is also catalogued). The
Institute's Publication No. 8 and Texts Series No. 6. 
350. Malinowski, Bronislaw. Coral Gardens and Their Magic: A Study of the Methods
of Tilling the Soil and of Agricultural Rites in the Trobriand Islands. NY: Amer.
Book Company, 1935. 1st Amer. ed. 2 vols. frontis, photos, index, xxxv, 500, xxxi,
350p. Orig. blue cloth. 24cm. Backstrips faded. No jackets. 
351. Malleson, G. B. History of the French in India from the Founding of Pondichery
in 1674 to the Capture of that Place in 1761. London: W. H. Allen & Co, 1893.
New edition, carefully compared and revised. folding map as frontis, index, xi, 614p.
plus 10p. publisher's adverts., Original green cloth. 23cm. Cover darkened. Backstrip
lettering faded. Short tears and fraying at ends of backstrip. Bookplate. Good. No
Mar'jasev, A. N. [and] A. A. Gorjacev [and] S. A. Potapov. Repertoire des
Petroglyphes d'Asie Centrale. Fascicule No. 5: Kazakhstan 1: Choix de
Petroglyphes du Semirech'e (Felsbilder im Siebenstromland). Paris: Diffusion de
Boccard, 1998. This fascicule only (of at least seven). 52p. plus 4 maps and 90 black
& white plates. Softcover in original blue wrapper. 30cm. "Rejected Tozzer Library"
stamped twice on front cover. German text; Foreword also in French; brief summary
in Russian. 
353. Marchal, Henri. L'Architecture Comparee dans l'Inde et l'Extreme-Orient. Paris:
Les Editions d'Art et d'Histoire, 1944. ills, photos, 265p. plus 50 plates. Rebound in
later buckram. 27cm. No jacket. French text. 
354. Marioka, Heinz and Miyoko Sasaki. Rakugo: The Popular Narrative Art of Japan.
Cambridge: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1990. 1st ed. photos,
index, ix, 470p. Original blue cloth. dj. 23cm. Fine. 
355. Mark, Mary Ellen. Indian Circus. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, (c. 1993). 1st ed.
frontis, photos, 107p. Hardcover. dj. 29cm. Fine. SIGNED on title-page by Mark.
Photographs taken at various Indian circuses in 1989 and 1990. 
356. Markel, Stephen. Origins of the Indian Planetary Deities. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen
Press, (c. 1995). photos, index, xv, 234p. Original red cloth. 23cm. No jacket. Studies
in Asian Thought and Religion, Volume 16. 
357. Martinez de Zuniga, Joaquin. An Historical View of the Philippine Islands. Manila:
Filipiniana Book Guild, 1965. xxii, 250p. Original blue cloth. 23cm. No jacket.
Publications of the Filipiniana Book Guild, X. Reprint of the English translation by
John Maver which was published in London in 1814. The Editors of the Filipiniana
Book Guild added a brief Preface to this reprint. 
358. Mason, Clara Arthur, 1844-1884. Etchings from Two Lands. Boston: D. Lothrop, (c.
1886). frontis, 179p. plus (12)p. publisher's adverts. Original brown cloth. 18cm. Spine
sloped. Gift inscription. Signature almost entirely detached. Good. Account of
experiences by this American missionary who was apparently born in Eastport, Maine
and whose husband organized the first Baptist church in Tokyo during his service in
Japan (1873-1877). Slip laid in with former owner's speculation about the identity of
"Jennie" and "Fannie" from the gift inscription. 
359. Les Materiaux pour l'Etude du Chamanisme Mongol. II. Textes Chamanistes
Bouriates recueillie par Rintchen. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1961. This
volume only (of 3). index, 156p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Romanized
Buryat text. Asiatische Forschungen, Band 8. 
360. Maunder E. Walter, editor. The Indian Eclipse 1898: Report of the Expeditions
Organized by The British Astronomical Association to Observe the Total Solar
Eclipse of 1898 January 22. London: Hazell, Watson, and Viney, 1899. 1st ed.
frontis, photos, index, xii, 172p. Original dark cloth. Gilt decorations on front cover.
25cm. Light cover scuffing and wear. Former owner's name. 
361. McAlpin, Joseph and Grace McAlpin, editors. Boyboy na Agta: Agta Stories.... n.p.:
Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1997. 44p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Fine.
Philippine (Agta?) language. The Agta (or Aeta) are an indigenous people formerly
found mostly in mountainous regions of Luzon and elsewhere in the Philippines. This
book appears to be aimed at younger or beginning readers -- we suspect that these
stories have a religious slant. 
362. McGinnis, Robert [and several other soldiers, all of whom are pictured on the next-tolast text page]. Ramgarh: "Now It Can Be Told" Ranchi, India: Printed at the
Catholic Press, n.d. [1945 or a bit later]. photos, 219, p. Softcover in original
wrapper. 24cm. Former owner's name. "A pictorial story of the Chinese-American
Training Center in India where the soldiers of two great nations have combined their
efforts to mould the means of defeating the common enemy." [statement on title-page].
The Center appears to have been located in Jharkhand State. 
363. McKinstry, John. Bibliography of Laos and Ethnically Related Areas. Los Angeles:
Probably produced at UCLA, n.d. [Jun 23 1961 stamped at bottom of title-page]. 91p.
Softcover in plain black paper binder. Edges rubbed. Laos Project. Paper No. 22.
364. McLeod, Mark W. The Vietnamese Response to French Intervention, 1862-1874.
New York: Praeger, (c. 1991). 1st ed. index, xvii, 171p. Original cloth. 24cm. No
jacket. Fine. 
365. McLeod, W. H. Popular Sikh Art. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1991. 1st ed.
Illustrated (including mounted or tipped color prints), index, ix, 139p. Original pinkish
cloth. dj. 24cm. Fine. 
366. McLeod, W. M. Early Sikh Tradition: A Study of the Janam-sakhis. London:
Oxford University Press, 1980. 1st ed. index, xiv, 317p. Original blue cloth. dj (priceclipped). 22cm. Fine. 
367. McMillan, M. A Journey to Java. Adelphi: Holden & Hardingham, n.d. [Preface dated
1914]. photos, index, x, 286p. Orig. cloth. 22cm. Cover sound but with wear (bumping
along edges, cloth bubbled along joints, etc.). Good. No jacket. 
368. Medina, Jr., B. S. The Primal Passion: Tagalog Literature in the Nineteenth
Century. Manila: Centro Escolar University, Research and Development Center,
(1976). index, xviii, 227p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Cover scuffed. Good.
369. Meersman, Achilles. The Ancient Franciscan Provinces in India, 1500-1835.
Bangalore: Christian Literature Society Press, 1971. index, xvii, 590p. Contemporary
green buckram. 23cm. No jacket. 
370. Menpes, Mortimer. Japan: A Record in Colour. London: Adam & Charles Black,
(1904). 4th impression. frontis, color ills, xiv, 207p. This copy rebound in attractive
orange ½ leather with marbled boards and five raised bands. 22cm. Top edge gilt. No
jacket. Text transcribed by Dorothy Menpes. 
371. Methodist Episcopal Church. The Doctrines and Disciple of the Methodist Episcopal
Church. 1884. New York: Phillips & Hunt; Cincinnati: Cranston & Stowe, (c. 1884).
index, 424p. Original black cloth. 15cm. Cover spotted; backstrip faded. Internal
library stampings (Hartford Seminary and Pitts Theology Library at Emory). Former
owner's name ("F. L. Neeld"). Good. Holograph note on both sides of the blank leaf
preceding title-page by a late Colonel of the 78th Highlanders. Dated 29 Nov. 1888
at Rawalpuidi. The note records the loan of this book to the regiment, by Neeld, a
Methodist missionary who served for many years as principal of the Naini Tal Boys
High School, for use during the regiment's campaign in the Black Mountains [a
remote area in modern-day Pakistan]. The Colonel says that he and his regiment were
the first troops to be at Thakot and at Pokul, the Capitol of the Allaiwals. The Colonel
notes that he was able to return the book to Neeld without having to use the service
for Burial of the Dead [at Paragraph 406]. 
372. Michie, Alexander. The Political Obstacles to Missionary Success in China. [Hong
Kong]: Hongkong Daily Press, 1901. 25p. Softcover pamphlet. 22cm. Only the fragile
front cover of the original wrapper is present and it is detached, chipped around edges,
and has a couple of tears. Text clean and sound with a short tear on all pages in right
margin. Good. 
373. Miff, P. Heroic China: Fifteen Years of the Communist Party in China. New York:
Workers Library Publishers, (January 1937). map, 96p. Softcover in original pictorial
wrapper. 19cm. 
374. Millis, Lennox A. Ceylon under British Rule, 1795-1932. With an Account of the
East India Company's Embassies to Kandy, 1762-1795. London: Oxford University
Press, 1933. 1st ed. index, folding map, vi, , 311p. Hardcover. 23cm. Spine sloped.
Extremities worn. Labels (including one on cover), stampings, etc. of United Club
Library in Nuwara Eliya. Fair. No jacket. 
375. Mishima, Sumie Seo. My Narrow Isle: The Story of a Modern Woman in Japan.
New York: John Day, (1941). 1st ed. photos, 280. Original cloth. dj. 21cm. Jacket
flaps narrowly clipped. 
376. Morioka, Michiyo and Paul Berry. Modern Masters of Kyoto: The Transformation
of Japanese Painting Traditions: Nihonga from the Griffith and Patricia Way
Collection. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum distributed by the University of Washington
Press, (c. 1999). 1st ed. Illustrated (many color), 333p. Hardcover. dj. 31cm. Fine.
377. Morse, Edward Sylvester, 1838-1925. Glimpses of China and Chinese Homes.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1902. 1st ed. frontis, ills, index, xv, 216p. plus (4)p. adverts.
Original decorated blue cloth. 20cm. No jacket. An attractive copy.  $125
378. Morse, Edward Sylvester, 1838-1925. Japan Day by Day, 1877, 1878-79, 1882-83.
Dunwoody, Georgia: Norman S. Berg, 1978. 2 vols. bound in 1. frontises, ills, index,
xiv, 441, 453p. Original two-toned binding. 24cm. We’re unclear whether the
backstrip has some spotting or is just the way it was published. No jacket. Reprint of
the original 1917 Boston edition. 
379. Moss, Paul. Literati Mode: Chinese Scholar Paintings, Calligraphy and Desk
Objects. London: Sydney L. Moss, (c. 1986). 1st ed. Illustrated (mostly color), map,
x, 322p. Original boards. dj. 29cm. 
380. Motoring in Penang. The Following Are a Few of the Motor Drives Specially
Arranged by the Tourist Agency. Penang: [Printed by] Phoenix Press, n.d. [map on
front dated 1925]. map, single sheet folded twice to form a 6-page brochure. Narrow
23cm. Moderate brown staining and other wear on portions of brochure. Good. A
travel leaflet aimed at English-speaking tourists. 
381. Mountford, Charles P. Nomads of the Australian Desert. Adelaide: Rigby, (c. 1976).
map frontis, photos, maps, index, 628p. Original hardcover binding. dj. 27cm. Fine.
Australian aborigines of the Mann and Mountford Ranges in Central Australia.
Cautionary note about consulting with male Aboriginal religious leaders printed on
copyright page. Various sources suggest that the book was withdrawn from sale
because of objections to its picturing and describing certain sacred places, rites and
382. Mulford, Alisha [translated by Sho Nemoto]. Beikoku Kokuminron. Tokyo: Kyobunkan, 1914. portrait (of Frederick Billings and his mother), 2, 273p. Original olive
green cloth. 22cm. Corner bumped. Backstrip faded. End leaves browned. Good. No
jacket. Japanese text. Nemoto, who became a distinguished politician in Japan, had
come to the United States to acquire a Western education. A Preface in English by
Nemoto dedicates the book to the recently-deceased Billings, describing him as his
best friend when they were classmates at the University of Vermont. Billings was also
the son of the couple who befriended Nemoto, took him into their home, and paid for
his college education. Separate title-page in English: "The Nation: The Foundation
of Civil Order and Political Life in the United States." 
383. Murasaki Shikibu [annotated by Jakusen Suemasa]. Hyoshaku Genji Monogatari.
Tokyo: Kokubun Shoin, 1937. 878p. Hardcover. 19cm. Mostly moderate general
browning and wear. Fair. No jacket. "Maj. Arthur R. Smith HQ V Army Group CCC
Taihoku, Formosa 25 November 1945" inked on endpaper. Japanese title and text.
Smith, an American WWII Army Intelligence Officer, was sent to Taiwan and
Shanghai after the Japanese surrender. 
384. Murck, Christian F., editor. Artists and Traditions: Uses of the Past in Chinese
Culture. Princeton: Art Museum, Princeton University, (c. 1976). 1st ed. frontis, ills,
index, xxi, 230p. Hardcover. dj. 26cm. SIGNED on half-title by James Cahill whose
article on "The Orthodox Movement in Early Ch'ing Painting" appears at pages 169181. 
385. Murck, Alfreda and Wen C. Fong, editors. Words and Images: Chinese Poetry,
Calligraphy, and Painting. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, (c. 1991). 1st
ed. frontis, ills, index, xxii, 589p. Orig. blue cloth. dj. 31cm. Fine. 
386. Murray, John, publisher, London. A Handbook for Travellers in Japan. London: John
Murray, 1893. 3rd ed, revised and for the most part re-written by Basil Hall
Chamberlain. frontis (folding map), 2 folding ills, 16 maps (15 folding, including a
pocket map), index, x, 459p. plus p. errata and 27p. adverts. Burgundy cloth. 19cm.
Moderate chipping at head of backstrip. Free endpapers replaced. Title-leaf missing
a small blank piece along fore-edge. A few maps have edge-wear due to misfolding
and a couple have minor splitting along folds. Good. The pocket map appears to have
been added to this 1893 printing of the Third Edition. 
387. Murray, John, publisher, London. A Handbook for Travellers in Japan. London: John
Murray, 1891. 3rd ed, revised and for the most part re-written by Basil Hall
Chamberlain. frontis (folding map), 17 ills & maps (all except one folding), index, x,
459p. plus p. errata and 27p. adverts. Burgundy cloth. 19cm. Cover sound but has
extensive spotting and several small holes in cloth. A few maps have edge-wear due
to misfolding and at least one has unrepaired tears. No cover pocket or pocket map.
388. Murray, John, publisher, London. Handbook for Travellers in Japan Including the
Whole Empire from Saghalien to Formosa. London: John Murray, 1907. Eighth
Edition, revised and partly rewritten. maps (mostly folding, including frontis and
pocket), index, ix, , 570p. plus 32p. adverts. Red cloth. 18cm. Former owner's name
(Major J. S. Wilson) written or stamped on a few pages. Lacks "City of Tokyo"
folding map which should face page 111. Good. Compiled by Basil Hall Chamberlain
& W. B. Mason. 
389. Murray, Julia K. Ma Hezhi and the Illustration of the Book of Odes. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, (1993). 1st ed. Illustrated (a few in color, 48 black &
white plates at end), index, xvi, 246p. Orig. cloth. dj. 26cm. Fine. 
390. Murzaev, Ed. M. Piroda Sin'tsziana i Formirovanie Pustyn' TSentral'noi Azii.
Moskva: Izd-vo "Nauka", 381p.. photos tables & maps in text, 2 folding maps, 381p.
Original orange hardcover binding. 26cm. No jacket. Russian text. 
391. Naka, John Yoshio. Bonsai Techniques. Santa Monica: Bonsai Institute of California,
(c. 1973). photos, ills, 262p. plus 16 color plates. Original blue cloth. 28cm. Backstrip
quite faded. No jacket. Lightly worn original card slipcase. 
392. Nakamura, Koya. Admiral Togo: A Memoir. Tokyo: Togo Gensui Publishing Society,
1937. Revised & Enlarged Edition. About 80 pages of unnumbered photos and ills at
beginning, , 4, 347, p. Decorated cloth. 31cm. Rubbing and minor fraying along
joints and extremities. No jacket. The first edition of this adulatory work appears to
have been published in 1934. 
393. Nakhshabi, Ziya al-Din, 14th century. Tales of a Parrot: The Cleveland Museum's.
Tuti-Nama. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art; Graz: Akademische Druck u.
Verlagsanstalt, 1978. color ills, xxiii, 338p. Light tan cloth. dj. 25cm. Fine. Translated
and Edited by Muhammad A. Simsar. 
394. Napier, William Francis Patrick. The Life and Opinions of General Sir Charles
James Napier. G. C. B. London: John Murray, 1857. 1st ed. 4 vols. frontis (in each
volume), folding map, vii, 482, [plus 2p. adverts.], v, 458, [plus 2p. adverts.], viii, 482,
vii, 432p. plus p. adverts. Original green cloth. Backstrips show fading and are
worn along top. Later owner's name inked on first blank page in each volume.
INSCRIBED by Napier to C. W. Randolph (from "the Author") on the title-page of
Vol. I. Bookplate of Charles Wilson Randolph in each volume. Much of the book deals
with Napier's exploits in British India; the first volume deals much more briefly with
his efforts in the Peninsular Campaign, in Greece and elsewhere. 
395. Naropa . The Life and Teaching of Naropa: Translated from the Original Tibetan
with Philosophical Commentary based on the Oral Transmission by Herbert V.
Geunther. London: Oxford University Press, 1963. 1st ed. index, xvi, 292p. Original
blue cloth. dj. 22cm. Fine. 
396. National Archives of Hungary. Sources of the History of Africa, Australia, Asia and
Oceania in Hungary. With a Supplement: Latin America. Munchen [etc.]: K. G.
Saur, 1991. xvii, 451p. Hardcover. 24cm. Edge bumped. No jacket. 
397. Needham, Joseph. Science and Civilisation in China. Volume IV: Physics and
Physical Technology. Part III: Civil Engineering and Nautics. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, (1971). 1st ed. This volume only. photos, folding maps,
ills, index, xxxiv, 931p. Illustrated cloth, backed in black. dj. 25cm. Corners clipped
on jacket flap. Fine. 
398. Negmatov, N. N. and S. G. Khmel'nitskii. Srednevekovyi Shakhristan. Dushanbe:
1966. ills, 25 plates (1 folding), 197p. Original cloth backed boards. 26cm. No jacket.
Russian text. Shakhristan, in Tajikistan, was the capital of the Central Asian medieval
state of Ustrushana. 
Nelson-Whitehead Paper Corp. Oriental Printing, Fantasy and Art Papers:
Imported and Stocked by Nelson-Whitehead Paper Corp. 7 Laight Street, New
York, 13, N.Y. [New York]: n.d. [ca. 1960?]. p. plus 132 leaves of paper samples.
Thin, flexible, cloth-covered cover. Tied. Oblong (19 x 9cm.). Light soiling and wear.
An appealing small-format paper-sample book. 
401. Nerchakhy, Mohammed [Narshakhi, Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ja'far, 899-959].
Description Topographique et Historique de Boukhara. par Mohammed
Nerchakhy .. Texte Persan publie par Charles Schefer ... Paris: Ernest Leroux,
1892. 1st published edition. iv, , 290p. Softcover (worn original front cover; rest
of cover replaced with stiffer modern paper). 28cm. Some text browning. Partially
unopened. Later bookplate stating that this once belonged to Joseph Francis Fletcher,
Jr. Introductory material (4p.) followed by the Persian text which was compiled from
two surviving Persian manuscripts (the Persian version had been abridged from the
original Arabic text which has not survived). Publications de l'Ecole des Langues
Orientales Vivantes, III Serie. Vol. XIII. Good. 
402. Neugebauer, Otto and David Edwin Pingree. The Pancasiddhantika of Varahamihira. Kobenhavn: 1970-1971. 2 vols (Parts), 206, 154p. Softcover in original
wrappers. 26cm. SIGNED by co-author/translator Pingree on both title-pages. Sanskrit
text (based on the surviving manuscripts) and an English translation fill most of Part
I; everything else is in English. Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab.
Historisk-Filosofiske Skrifter, bind 6, 1 (Parts I and II). 
403. Nichi-Bei shuko hyakunensai kinen Beikoku Nikkeijin hyakunenshi: zai-Bei
Nikkeijin hatten jinshiroku. Los Angeles: Shin Nichi-Bei Shinbunsha, 1961. photos
in text (on 9 separate pages), 23, 1431, 19p. Original flexible blue binding. 26cm. Card
slipcase. No jacket (probably never had one). Scuffing on backstrip. Japanese text. A
rather large volume about Japanese Americans published by New Japanese American
News, Inc. in Los Angeles. Includes several adverts., many of which are at least
partially in English. 
404. Nicholl, Robert, editor. European Sources for the History of the Sultanate of Brunei
in the Sixteenth Century. Bundar Seri Begawan: Muzium Brunei, (c. 1975). index,
v, 104p. Softcover in orig. wrapper. 26cm. Light scuffing & wear. 
405. Nitobe, Inazo [and others]. Western Influences on Modern Japan: A Series of
Papers on Cultural Relations. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1931). 1st ed.
index, xii, 532p. Original green cloth. 20cm. Backstrip lightly faded and worn. No
406. Norbu, Thubten Jigme (as told to Heinrich Harrer). Tibet Is My Country: The
Autobiography of Thubten Jigme Norbu Brother of the Dalai Lama. New York:
Dutton, 1961. 4th printing. frontis, map, 264p. Hardcover. dj. 21cm. Jacket has edgewear & light soiling. Bookplate. SIGNED on endpaper by Norbu. 
407. [Nordhoff, Charles]. Man-of-War Life: A Boy's Experience in the United States
Navy, during a Voyage around the World, In a Ship of the Line. Cincinnati:
Moore, Wilstach, Keys and Co., 1856. 5th thousand. 6 plates (including frontis), 286p.
Original cloth. 17cm. Spine sloped. Extremities frayed. Lacks front free endpaper.
Plates uniformly browned. Foxing (light to moderate) Fair. 
408. The North China Marine, (New Series) Vol. 1, No. 11 (Jan. 19, 1946). Tientsin: 1946.
Folded four-page newspaper. 30 x 45cm. Several later folds. Moderately browned
newsprint. Good. Weekly military newspaper published during this period by the III
Amphibious Corps at the Chihli Press in Tientsin. 
409. O'Flaherty, Wendy Doniger. Asceticism and Eroticism in the Mythology of Siva.
London: Oxford University Press, 1973. 1st ed. xii, 386p. Hardcover. dj. 24cm. Jacket
corners chipped. SIGNED by Doniger in 1994. 
410. O'Neill, P. G. Japanese Names: A Comprehensive Index by Characters and
Readings. New York: Weatherhill, (1979). 1st ed. xvi, 359p. Original gray cloth. dj.
23cm. Former owner's name. 
411. Oldham, C. E. A. W. Sidi Ali Shelebi in India 1554-1556 A.D. Bombay: Printed at the
British India Press, 1931. 14p. Softcover. 28cm. Some browning and minor chipping.
"With the author's compliments" inked at top of front cover. Later label stating that
this came from the library of H. A. R. Gibb mounted on cover. Reprinted from "The
Indian Antiquary," Vols. LIX (1930) and LX (1931). 
412. Orta, Garcia da, 16th century. Colloquies on the Simples & Drugs of India. New
Edition (Lisbon, 1895) Edited and Annotated by the Conde de Ficalho).
Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Sir Clements Markham.... London:
Henry Sotheran and Co., 1913. 1st ed. in English. illustrated, index, xix, 509p.
Original blue cloth. 21cm. Light cover soil and browning on backstrip and around
cover edges. No jacket. Two Hundred and Fifty Copies printed of which this is No.
Oshanin, I. M. Nekotorye voprosy kitaiskoi grammatiki. Moskva: Institut
vostokovedeniia (Akademiia nauk SSSR), 1957. diagrams (1 folding), 119p. Orig.
cloth. 26cm. Cover soiled. Good. No jacket. Russian text. 
414. Ottley, Brevet-Major W. J. With Mounted Infantry in Tibet. London: Smith, Elder
& Co., 1906. 1st ed. frontis, photos, xiii, 275p. plus (4)p adverts. Original cloth. 21cm.
Spine slightly sloped. Bookplate (George Campbell). Backstrip faded and ends rubbed.
No jacket. 
415. Pal, Pratapaditya and Julia Meech-Pekarik. Buddhist Book Illuminations. Hong Kong
(etc.): Ravi Kumar, (1988). ills (many in color), index, 339p. Hardcover. dj. Card slipcase. 28cm. Fine. Copy No. 17 of an edition limited. to 400 copies.  $100
416. Palmgren, Nils. Kansu Mortuary Urns of the Pan Shan and Ma Chang Groups.
Peiping: Geological Survey of China, 1934. ix, ills, photos, 204p. plus 41 plates with
descriptions on opposite pages. Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. Minor dog-earing
on a few leaves. Palaeontologia Sinica, Series D. Vol. III. Fasc. 1.  $175
417. Panikkar, K. M. Malabar and the Portuguese: Being a History of the Relations of
the Portuguese with Malabar from 1500 to 1663. Bombay: D. B. Taraporevala Sons
& Co., 1929. map frontis, index, xv, 221p. Original green cloth. 24cm. Cover sound
but a bit worn. Former owner's name. Good. No jacket. 
418. Pankratov, Boris Ivanovich, editor. IUan'-chao bi-shi (Sekretnaia istoriia Mongolov)
15 tsziuanei. Tom I. Tekst. Moskva: Izd-vo Vostochnoi lit-ry, 1962. Only volume
published. 17, , 602p. Original black cloth. 26cm. No jacket. Introduction in
Russian followed by a facsimile reproduction of the Mongolian text (written with
Chinese characters). 
420. Park, Chan-hyun. Korea isimnyon: Korea: 20 Years in Pictures, with Special
Supplement of Phonograph Record of Major Events. Seoul: Kyunghyang
Shinmoon, (1969). photos (many color), phonograph record (laid in its own album
cover), 526p. Blue cloth. dj (with titled clear plastic overlay). 34cm. Light cover
spotting. Blue card slipcase present (worn along edges). Title and text in Korean and
421. Parmentier, Henri. L'Art Architectural Hindou dans l'Inde et en Extreme-Orient.
Paris: Van Oest Les Editions d'Art et d'Histoire, 1948. photos, 251p. plus 94 plates.
Rebound in later buckram. 28cm. No jacket. French text. 
422. Pereira, George, 1865-1923. Peking to Lhasa: The Narrative of Journeys in the
Chinese Empire Made by the Late George Pereira ... Compiled by Sir Francis
Younghusband ... from Notes and Diaries.... Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1926. 1st
Amer. ed. frontis, photos, 2 folding maps, x, 293p. Original blue cloth. 22cm. Ends of
backstrip rubbed. Title label on backstrip chipped and browned. Good. No jacket.
Major-General Pereira was a British soldier and explorer. 
423. Petech, Luciano, editor. Il Missionari Italiani nel Tibet e nel Nepal. Parte VI. Roma:
Instituto Poligrafico dello Stato, 1965. This part only. x, 353p. Softcover in original
plain wrapper (with printed dj glued to spine as published). 29cm. Lightly browned.
Italian text. Parte VI contains the second of three parts of the 18th century account of
Ippolito Desideri. [See also item 151] 
424. Petrocokino, Ambrose. Cashmere; Three Weeks in a Houseboat. London: Longman's,
Green, 1920. 1st ed. frontis, photos, 2 folding maps, index, 86p. Original pinkish-red
cloth. Gilt title and simple outline of houseboat on front cover. 22cm. Some cover soil
(mostly on backstrip). Former owner's name. Undated pencil note at end about a
previous owner's recollections of bicycling in Kashmir. No jacket. 
425. The Philippine Craftsman, Vol. 1 - Nos. 1-9 (July, 1912-March, 1913). 1913. This
volume only. photos & ills (a few color), 716p. Contemporary brown cloth (with
rounded edges). 25cm. Minor cover wear. No Jacket. An impressive periodical
published in Manila by the (Philippine) Bureau of Education. Five volumes were
published between 1912 and 1917. Focused on industrial education involving textiles,
furniture and other wood products, ceramics, etc. 
426. Philippine Independence Mission. Memorial of the Philippine Independence Mission
Submitted to the Committee on Platform and Resolutions of the National
Democratic Convention. June 24, 1924, New York City, New York, U.S.A. New
York: n.d. . (5)p. Softcover leaflet. 22cm. Creased down center. Other wrinkling
and wear. Good. 
427. Philippine Sugar Association. Documents and Papers on the Philippine Sugar
Industry Complied by the Office of the Philippine Sugar Association. Manila: Jan.
10, 1933. (2), 723, (4)p. Maroon cloth. 28cm. Printed on one side. Head of backstrip
heavily chipped. No jacket (probably never had one). Good. 
428. Philippines (Commonwealth). Commission of the Census. Census of the Philippines:
1939. Real Property. Manila: Bureau of Printing, 1941. 635p. Softcover in original
wrapper. 30cm. Cover somewhat spotted with edges chipped and a large chip missing
from front panel. Good. Special Bulletin No. 3. 
429. Philippines (Republic). Bureau of the Census and Statistics. Census of the Philippines:
1948. [Volume II]. Report by Province for Census of Agriculture. Manila: Bureau
of Printing, 1953. 3 vols. frontises, 1841p. [continuous pagination]. Original tan cloth.
29cm. Minor cover soil. Some browning. A few marginal chips and a few tape repairs.
Good. No jackets. Part 1 Abra to Cebu; Vol. II, Part 2 Cotabato to Mountain Province;
Vol. II, Part 3 Negros Occidental to Zamboanga. 
430. Philippines (Republic). Department of Commerce and Industry. Bureau of the Census
and Statistics. 1948 Census of the Philippines: Population Classified by Province,
by City, Municipality, and Municipal District, and by Barrio. Manila: Bureau of
Printing, 1951. frontis, 2 folding maps, 258p. Blue wrapper. 25cm. Ends of backstrip
chipped. Good. 
431. Philippines (Republic). Department of Commerce and Industry. Bureau of the Census
and Statistics Manila. Census of Population and Housing: 1970. Advance Reports
Nos. 1-47 and 49-67. Manila: Bureau of Printing, (1971). 3 vols. frontises, each
section separately numbered. Contemp. blue boards (with original wrappers for the
various parts bound in). 29cm. Corners bumped. Good. Advance Report No. 48 is not
present -- we don't know which Province is missing in this set. We assume that these
volumes were compiled from separately issued Advance Reports. 
432. Philippines (Republic). National Census and Statistics Office. Antique. 1970 Census
of Population and Housing. Manila: n.d. [Preface dated 1974]. maps, xxviii, 491p.
Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. Backstrip wrinkled (some chipping). Good. At
head of title: Final Report. Vol. I. 
433. Philippines (Republic). National Census and Statistics Office. Negros Occidental. 1970
Census of Population and Housing. Manila: n.d. [Preface dated 1974]. maps,
xxiv,589p. Softcover in orig. wrapper. 30cm. Light stain on fore-edge. Name "whitedout" on front cover. Good. At head of title: Final Report. Vol. I. 
434. Philippines (Republic). National Census and Statistics Office. Pampanga. 1970 Census
of Population and Housing. Manila: n.d. [Preface dated 1974]. maps, xxvii, 516p.
Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. Corner wrinkled. At head of title: Final Report.
Vol. I. 
435. Philippines. Commission of the Census. Census of the Philippines 1939. Volume V.
Census Atlas of Philippines. Manila: Bureau of Printing, 1940. This volume only.
95p. text plus  pages containing mostly double-page maps. Original pebbled cloth.
48cm. Cover moderately warped. Ends of backstrip chipped. Corners rubbed. Contents
sound. Good. Contains maps covering various geographical areas of the Philippines
Islands, population density, economics, weather information, fishing banks, historical
reprints of old Spanish maps and other topics. 
436. [Photo Album]. 20th ROK Armed Forces Day 1968. [cover title]. [Seoul?]: Ministry
of National Defense. Republic of Korea, 1968. 19 professional photos (26 x 21cm.)
inserted one to a page beneath acetate overlays on both sides of all 10 album leaves.
Leaves striped, probably with a mild adhesive to hold photos in place. Printed caption
beneath each photo. Blue album (27 x 33cm.). Metal comb binding. Appears to have
been prepared for one or more American officers who attended these ceremonies
which took place Sept. 29 through October 2nd, including a couple photos captioned
"Advance Camp. Panmunjom" 
437. [Photo Album]. American Sailor on the USS Samar on the Yangtze River and
Elsewhere in the Far East, 1945-1946. [our title]. Approximately 200 photos in
corner mounts on both sides of the album leaves. Includes about 130 of taken while
he was serving on the USS Samar or on his way to or from the United States. Size
varies: 84 are approximately 8 x 5cm., 35 much smaller (3 x 4cm.), and 14 much larger
(24 x 17cm.). Only a handful or less are captioned. Detail is generally very good, with
some exceptions. Also included are some bits of ephemera. There are a few empty
slots but they may have held ephemera, some of which is now loose in the album.
Sturdy black album is approximately 21 x 26cm. The U.S.S. Samar was converted by
the Bethlehem Steel Company from the former Maritime Commission Hull No. 2663
and rechristened in June 1945. In its new incarnation, it was a repair ship seeing
service on the Yangtze River in late 1945 and perhaps elsewhere in China. Our sailor,
identified in the album, served as a Machinist's Mate 3rd Class. The large photos
appear to be professional quality photos of the ship's neatly attired personnel. Most
of the other Far Eastern photos are of people and places in China rather than
shipboard activities. The ephemera includes: (1) a program for the ship's
rechristening; (2) an issue to The China Press for 12/2/1945; (3 & 4) two issues of
The Samar Scope (Vol. I, No. 1 for 9/1/45 and Vol. II, No. 6 for 6/1/46); (5) a
shipboard menu for Christmas 1945; (6) an oriental-themed Christmas greeting card
sent home for Christmas 1945 by our sailor; and (7) An undated four-page "China
Bowl Supplement" issued by The Stars and Stripes, presumably for the 1945 football
game and accompanying rickshaw derby. The other 72 photos at the end appear to
be of Camp Peary, and our sailor’s wife and family, probably taken before his
departure for the Far East or after his return. The stateside photos include some
ephemera relating to our sailor's military service. 
438. [Photo Album]. An American Soldier (PFC) in India July 1942 to July 1943. [our
title]. 175 photographs plus 21 postcards pasted down, 3 to 9 to a page, on both sides
of album leaves. Most photos are modest-sized (6 x 8cm. or so). Some pages are a bit
crowded. Most of the photos are commercially produced images of people and scenes
throughout in India although a minority (we counted 37) are amateur photos. Black
tied oblong album with padded covers (30 x 22cm.). Album had a later purple tie and
is moderately worn. The front cover features the "C.B.I. insignia, a caduceus, the
American flag, the former owner's name, and "India 1942-43." Good. Our soldier has
used a color map of South Asia mounted inside the front cover to indicate his travels
in India during his sojourn. A penciled note on the map states: "Stationed on IndiaBurma Border 25 miles from Dibrugarh." Lines on the map indicate that our soldier
arrived in Karachi and went to his assigned post by troop train via Lahore, Delhi,
Calcutta and Shillong and flew back to Delhi and took a troop train to Bombay for his
return to the United States. Online research suggests that our soldier was from Texas.
Most of the amateur photos are of soldiers and medical personnel; several are briefly
captioned. Twelve postcards are in color and feature lots of Indian elephants. One of
the black and white postcards shows uniformed personnel in front of a wrecked
building and is captioned "Babumohalla: Troops on Ambulance Duty." "Jap
Parachute from Assam, India raids" caption between a tiny scrap of cloth among the
photos on one page. 
439. [Photo Album]. American Soldier in Assam in 1943-1944. [our title]. 160 photos
inserted 1 to 14 to a page on both sides of 13 black album leaves. Approximately 1/3
are 4 x 4cm. or a bit larger. The rest range from 8 x 6cm. up to 11 x 8cm. A couple of
postcards as well as 13 small commercial photos of Darjeeling are present but not
included in our count of photos. Quality of photos varies from pretty good to really
mediocre. Ephemera mounted on both sides of a 14th leaf. Leaves heavily chipped
along right edge. Only a handful of captions. Tied, rather inexpensive, brown album
measures approximately 38 x 29cm. Later black tie. Fair. Our soldier comes to Assam
as a Private in the middle of 1943; the latest date in the album seems to be a couple
of receipts relating to Darjeeling in July and August of 1944. A piece of ephemera
relates to his dispatch from the U.S. to India; two others are bills from Upper Assam
and Darjeeling; and there is also a personal-sized typed note from an Associate
Editor at The Saturday Evening Post acknowledging that their picture of a Gurkha in
the Feb. 26th (1944) issue was not really a typical Gurkha and that they should
possibly have made that clear in their caption. Several photos are captioned "Hunting
Trip;" it is unclear what they were hunting although a couple of rather grainy photos
seem to picture an animal that looks like a water buffalo. 
440. [Photo Album]. Nursing at the 159th Station Hospital in Karachi in 1942. [our
title]. Neatly organized and laid out album containing approximately 280 photos in
corner mounts. Photos generally very good. Most are 9 x 6cm. or smaller. Mounted 112 to a page on both sides of album leaves. Assembled by one of the nurses. Many of
the photos or groups of photos are captioned in white ink on the album leaves. Black
oblong cloth album. Later tie. Some wear along left edge of album cover. The final
photo in the album is a large group shot (30 x 13cm.) of 82 nurses which is captioned
"Nurses of the 159th Station Hospital" with inked names below the photo identifying
each nurse by last name. Our nurse never identifies herself by name but she should
be identifiable in the group photo. Elsie Ott, one of the nurses identified in the group
photo, was awarded the first Air Medal ever given to a woman in the United States
Army for her efforts on the first flight early in 1943 to attempt to evacuate severely
wounded personnel from Karachi to Walter Reed Medical Center. Ott is also
identified in two other photos. 
441. [Photo Album]. American Soldier in India in 1944. [our title]. Approximately 90
photos mounted one to a page on both sides of the album leaves. Most are inserted in
corner tabs although some have just been pasted down. Almost all photos
approximately 10 x 7cm. Numerous album leaves detached. Many photos have brief
inked captions in the blank margins -- almost all of which say, at least in part, "India
1944.". A small minority appear to have notes inked on the back although those are
difficult to access. Decent quality amateur photos. Small format album measures only
about 11 x 16cm. Good. The compiler appears to have been Robert Fenn, of Engineer
Division 2. Most of the photos are of Fenn and other military personnel with just a
smattering of non-military photos. Three photos include Lord Mountbatten. A couple
photos include a Chinese. soldier. Mounted inside the back cover is a an unnumbered
certificate identifying Robert Fenn as having "achieved the highest degree of
efficiency in truck driving on the Ledo Road. R. S. Fenn is identified as the designer
of that certificate. Online information indicates that these certificates were never
issued as the name of the route was changed to Stilwell Road before the certificate
was approved for issuance. Almost nothing in the album besides the certificate
suggests that Fenn was involved in this major road building effort which cost a lot
and wasn't used very long since World War II ended soon after its completion.
442. [Photo Album]. American Soldier in Korea Circa 1947. [our title]. About 100 photos
Quite a few are small (5 x 5cm. or smaller). None are large. About 20% have brief
inked captions in image, often identifying some of the people in the photo. Quality of
photos and carelessness in organization are rather typical of a young soldier's album.
There are about 30 empty slots where photos are missing. Oblong tied album has
flexible leather cover. 28 x 18cm. Good. Our soldier appears to have lived in
Oakland, CA. Some personal and family photos are mixed in. There are at least a
couple of photos from the Philippine Islands. One page is titled Korean Constabulary
and has 5 (of 6) small photos. There are at least a handful of photos of Korean
children. Two pages are headed "34th Gen. [34th General Hospital?] which has two
(of 6) photos present, each showing our soldier and a buddy. 
443. [Photo Album]. American Soldier in New Guinea and the Philippines during World
War II. [our title]. Approximately 260 photos. Pasted down, two to six to a page on
both sides of the album leaves. Photo size varies although most range between 6 x
8cm. and 8 x 12cm. Image quality and detail generally okay although some photos are
faded or fuzzy. No captions. Three wartime publications are included as well as a three
V-Mail cartoons sent home to his wife in Detroit. Tied oblong album with flexible
maroon covers. 28 x 18cm. Several album leaves detached (splitting). Good. The first
110 photos appear to show our soldier training stateside. The next 30 photos appear
to find our soldier in New Guinea, including a couple of the popular photos showing
soldiers wearing grass skirts. The next 73 find him in the Philippines. The final 46
photos mounted in the album are of rather poor quality and cover his return voyage
to the United States. An envelope mounted on one of the pages contain 20 modest-size
photos from New Guinea. Our photographer doesn't spend much time photographing
those who live in New Guinea or the Philippines. He does include several
photographs, some of which he may have purchased, showing wartime damage to
buildings in the Philippines. The three wartime publications are: (1) Guinea Gold
(American Edition), Vol. 2, No. 305 Sept. 18, 1944); (2) "The Walled City," a 4-page
Sixth Army News Pictorial prepared by the Public Relations Office and probably
published in Manila; and (3) Reveille Thirty-Seventh Infantry Division published by
the I-E Section in Northern Luzon as a stapled 4-page Souvenir Edition dated Sept.
7, 1945 to record the unconditional surrender of all Japanese forces in N.E. Luzon.
444. [Photo Album]. American Soldier in Korea March 1953 through May 1954. [our
title]. 225 photos of his time in Japan and Korea. Almost all have image sizes ranging
between 8 x 11cm. to 10 x 12cm. and are mostly mounted 2-3 to a page on both sides
of the black album leaves. At the end of the album are about 50 family photos (mostly
of the soldier's wife). Most of the photos are mounted by cellophane tape which was
neatly (and invisibly) affixed to the back of the photos; in a minority of cases the tapes
had yellowed and fallen off and those photos have now been glued in. Almost all have
neat typed captions mounted by the same processes (tape or glue) beneath each photo.
Only a couple of photos and a few captions are missing (probably fell out when the
tape lost its stickiness). The album also includes a couple of pieces of Korean
currency, a few dried flowers and some other ephemera accumulated during his time
in Korea. The album (30 x 23cm.) is in decent physical shape with flexible covers and
no loose pages. According to a one-page summary of our soldier's military career
which is mounted on the first page, he was a draftee who was sent to Korea via Japan
in March 1953. The album records shipboard initiation practices, his arrival in
Yokohama and his brief stay at Camp Drake before being sent on to Pusan, Korea
only six days later. Most of the album records his life in Korea (and a bit of R & R in
Japan) during the next 13 months. There is a strong military emphasis to most of the
pictures but our soldier, who had a decent eye as a photographer, also took some
interesting photos of the local Korean population. This is one of the better Korean
War albums we have seen. Our soldier was assigned to IX Corps Headquarters in the
Medical Section so never saw combat but did rise to the rank of Corporal before being
rejected for a Sargeant's stripes. According to brief online research, he studied
engineering after completing his military obligation and had a successful career at
a major corporation. Our lowly soldier and his wife made a seven figure bequest to
their daughter's alma mater in their wills. 
445. [Photo Album]. Our Honeymoon Around the World. [cover title]. n.p.: 1910.
Contains 22 large commercial color photos, 172 smaller (snapshot up to medium)
color photos, 1 large folding black & white photo, 47 smaller black & whites (snapshot
up to medium) and 4 color postcards. All photos are glued in (often just at corners).
Quality of images varies greatly from professional to fuzzy. Almost all large photos
captioned in or beneath the image as are a modest minority of the other photos.
Japanese lacquer album, lacking backstrip and a few decorative pieces on front cover
(a few others are held on by cellophane tape). The album is about 10cm. thick (4
inches) at spine but much less along the fore-edge as at least half of the album leaves
have been removed, including several whole sections. There is evidence of removal
of only a few photos from the leaves that are present. Fair. The large black & white
photo (starting to split at fold) at the beginning of the album is of the Wedding
Breakfast for Mr. and Mrs. Adolph G. Kaufman at Delmonico's on May 23, 1910. Mr.
Kaufman appears to have been President and Manager of the A. G. Kaufman
Manufacturing Company, makers of gas lamps and appliances, at 133 Reade Street in
New York City. The next 27 small photos are post wedding pictures going cross
country and sailing to Japan on the S. S. Korea. Most of the middle part of the album
is a mixture of photos of the honeymooning couple in Japan and various commercial
photos , especially of Nikko and to a much lesser extent Kyoto. The large color photos
are all of temples and other scenes in and around Nikko. Captions and style lead us to
believe that some or all of these large photos came from Kusakabe Kimbei, a Japanese
photographer and seller of photographs. After a gap of missing pages, there are about
a dozen photos taken in China followed by a large gap, and then about 25 photos of
the Philippines with another large gap at the end. 
446. [Photo Album]. British Album with Many Photos of Junks and Other Sailing and
Steam Powered Boats in and Near Early 20th Century China. [our title]. n.d. [ca.
1906]. 98 photos, all except two found inserted into the two photo windows per page
on both sides of the 24 album leaves. The other two photos have been mounted inside
front and back cover of the album. Photos are of uniform size (10 x 8cm.) and are a
bit dark but generally have good detail. All photos that we removed have a penciled
note on the back -- a bit of a chore to remove each photo to see what is written on the
back. There are also some brief pencil captions or notes. Moderately worn, modestsized album bound in blue cloth. Album leaves are approximately 15 x 22cm. and have
some chipping along edges where photos are inserted. Contents reasonably sound
although the front cover and first album leaf are split loose from the rest of the leaves.
Good. Most of the photos are of various boats and water scenes. Among the subjects:
several photos of junks and Western sail boats, Fort Woosung in Shanghai, Russian
cruiser Askold while it was being repaired in Shanghai. British gunboat, French
cruiser at KiuKiang [Jiujiang] just after a murder in Nanchang, Orphan Rock (on the
Yangtse), a few Westerners (British?) including a couple photos on board the Way
Foong, Fort Woosung in Shanghai, pagodas, a Chinese garden in Macao, North
Saddle Light House (Shanghai), etc. Two photos appear to relate to Japan (Inland Sea
of Japan at Moji and Japanese Craft in the Inland Sea). 
447. [Photo Album]. British Captain in Singapore in 1946. [our title]. 115 photos, mostly
in corner mounts, 1-6 to a page on both sides of thin album leaves. Photos generally
6 x 8cm. - a few larger. By far the largest photo (approximately 27 x 21cm.) is a group
shot of what appears to be the medical/military personnel in front of a long building.
Decent quality with reasonable detail. Inked captions on album leaves for most photos
-- some photos also have identifying notes on back. Album leaves in an oblong blue
three ring notebook. 27 x 21cm. Our soldier appears to have been a Captain Spafford
who may have been a dentist. The first 16 photos are a combination of photos taken
in and around Colombo and then Poona. Most of the photos were taken in and around
Singapore and Palembang while the Captain was there in 1946. The last 15 photos
were taken on his homeward journey in 1947 on the "Queen of Bermuda." One of the
other photos was taken just a bit after the largest photo and is of some of the nurses
in the larger photo -- pencil notation on back Singapore 1946. Laid in are 8 pieces
of Singapore/military ephemera (programs for plays, menus, invitations, etc.). One of
the menus is for the Main Officer Mess, Tanglin Christmas 1946 and is signed on the
back by about 20 individuals. 
448. [Photo Album]. India & Egypt 1927-28. [title inked on front cover]. 48 photos
mounted (pasted down), of which seven appear to be photo postcards. The photos are
generally mounted two to a page, on both sides of the twelve album leaves (one is
mounted inside the back cover. Almost all photos are in the general range of 11 x
8cm.; a couple are quite a bit smaller and one is quite a bit larger (21 x 16cm.). Photos
clear with very good detail but without much flair -- mostly standard sights
competently taken without anything personal in the images. No captions. Oblong
album with slender paper-covered boards (25 x 20cm.). 30 photos relate to India and
the last 13 to Egypt. The remaining five are uncertain as to country -- two, including
the largest photo in the album, are of an unidentified outdoor bar and another is of
a couple of buildings, one of which is English Tudor-style and the other has a sign
which appears to say Wallace Flour Mills. The first seven photos in the album are of
the dedication ceremonies for the "Gateway on India" in Bombay [now Mumbai].
Some of the other Indian photos show other famous buildings, such as the Taj Mahal
and the Agra Fort; three show a train engine and the exterior of a passenger car on
the Great Indian Peninsula Railway. Almost all of the Egyptian photos show mosques,
pyramids and/or the Sphinx. 
[Photo Album]. British India as Recorded by the Sister of the Deputy
Commissioner at Bara Banki in the Late 1890s. [our title]. 22 large photos (20 x
15cm. or larger) and 44 smaller photos plus a wide variety of the paper items,
including several letters. Photos and most other items mounted (pasted down or
partially pasted down) on both sides of album leaves. Many of the photos are
captioned in ink on the album page, occasionally identifying the persons in group
photos. Many of the photos, including most of the larger ones, are of professional
quality although several show some wear. Three photos have identified photographers:
Fry & Rahm (2) and Harprasada. Oblong ½ leather album. 29 x 24cm. Album shows
some cover wear and is a bit shaken. C. W. W. Hope was the Deputy Commissioner.
Miss E. E. Hope appears to have been his sister. 
450. [Photo Album]. British Soldier in Karachi and at the RAF Kohat Airfield in 1945
in the Northwest Frontier Region. [our title]. More than 150 photos displayed, one
to five to a page, on one or both sides of the album leaves. Photos inserted in corner
mounts and not pasted down. A mixture of amateur and professional (for tourists)
photos. Most of the photos are approximately 6 x 8cm. although a few are somewhat
larger. There are also a few postcards. The compiler neatly organized and captioned
the photos in white ink beneath the photos in the first half of the album but failed to
provide any captions for the rest of the album. The album is a Boots Stationery
Department two ring notebook (23 x 28cm.). Several leaves are now detached -- ring
holes need reinforcement. The first 30 photos are of various more or less standard
scenes in Karachi. The next 31 photos are of Kohat and the surrounding area. These
are followed by 10 photos of the Khyber Pass and of a Kohat-Chubbier trip. Next is
a group photo captioned "Personnel of R.A.F. Kohat. X-Mass 1945" which is followed
by 3 photos taken at Tika Gul, Murree Hill. Next are 33 standard photos of famous
sights and scenes elsewhere in British India and 4 postcards showing scenes in
Poona. The captions end and we next have 10 photos of our soldier and a colleague
or two with a truck figuring in some of the pictures -- one of the trucks has a red cross
insignia raising the possibility that our soldier might have been an ambulance driver.
These are followed by two larger (postcard size) photos of uniformed personnel (with
signatures on the back by those pictured). Here we leave British India and end with
a dose of family, friends and scenes in the British Isles (except for 2 pages containing
10 tourist photos of St. Petersburg in Florida with printed captions).  $300
451. [Photo Album]. Thailand and Angkor Wat in the 1950s. [our title]. 104 photos neatly
mounted (two to four on a page) in corner tabs on both sides of the album leaves.
Photos uniform in size (approximately 11 x 7.5cm.). Almost all are high quality photos
with very good detail. No captions. Oblong red album (33 x 24cm.). Album neatly
glued down on back cover in an oblong lacquer box featuring two golden goggle-eyed
goldfish and some aquatic plants on the front cover. The box is in excellent condition
with only a couple of minor chips. The album appears to start in Bangkok. Among the
early photos are a couple of exterior river views of the two story river-facing facade
of The Oriental Hotel followed by four photos that are probably interior shots taken
in that hotel. These are followed by sixteen water view photos of other Thai buildings,
boats and people. The next 19 photos are land based photos of temples, a celebration
(the three blurriest photos in the album), and a boxing match. The next seven photos
appear to have been taken at a snake farm (cobras, banded kraits, etc.). Next are four
country scenes and then a photo of a small tour bus ("Tourisme Vergoz"); "Siem Reap
Nov. 24-28, 1953" inked on back of that photo. The next 41 photos are of Angkor Wat
which is located only a few miles from Siem Reap. The final three photos may have
been taken in Saigon -- one of them is of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in that city.
452. [Photo Album]. Casio Japan Trip September, 1976. [cover title]. Tokyo: 1976. 84
photos inserted 1-6 to a page on both side of 10 self-sticking album leaves under clear
plastic covers. All but 8 photos are in color. Size varies but most are approximately 13
x 9cm. No captions. although there is a printed introductory page addressed to "Dear
CASIO INC. OMD Dealers and signed in type "Casio Computer Co., Ltd." which
suggests that this is an album of photos for the Casio dealers (and their spouses?) taken
during their Japan trip. Most photos are of informal tourist-type activities although the
first several are of the Casio plant and some meetings. 
453. [Photo Album]. HMS Eagle and China and Japan. [our title]. 1930s. 77 photos in a
small oblong Japanese lacquer-type album. A mixture of commercial (for tourists) and
amateur photos. Most photos have decent detail but are generally modest in size (8 x
5cm. up to about 11 x 6.5cm. with just a few a bit larger). Inked captions on small
white label on page near almost half of the photos. The album is far from handsome
and is in rather poor shape with the lacquer on front and back cover substantially
chipped along edges. The backstrip appears to have been replaced with a later leather
strip. 6 photos are missing. Poor. Our sailor appears to have served aboard the HMS
Eagle, an early aircraft carrier of the British Royal Navy which was finished in 1924
and which spent some time in the 1930s assigned to Britain's "China Station." There
are about 40 military-related photos, including several of the HMS Eagle and other
ships. 20 photos are of non-military scenes in China and about 14 are of non-military
scenes in Japan. Among scenes and locations mentioned or pictured in the nonmilitary photos are Nangking [Nanjing], Wei Hei Wei [Weihaiwei], Tsingtao
[Qingdao], Chefoo [Yantai], Hong Kong, Japan, and Mt. Fuji. 
454. [Photo Album]. World War II Album of Hawaii, New Guinea, Philippines and Back
Home Somewhere near Kansas City. [our title]. More than 350 photos, mounted 110 to a page on both sides of album leaves. Most are in corner mounts but some have
cellophane tape around edges and a handful have been glued down. Quality of photos
varies but most are clear with good detail. No captions. Tied oblong brown album.
Approximately 39 x 29cm. Good. Our soldier starts the album with about 13 photos
of basic training at an unnamed location, followed by about 26 photos of Hawaii. 26
of what appears to be New Guinea, and 135 of indeterminate Pacific locations,
including the Philippines and a handful of Japanese photos (probably taken from
captured or killed enemy soldiers). The final 182 photos appear to have been taken
somewhere in Kansas or Missouri after our soldier returned from the War. White
sidewall tires figure in several of the home pictures. The album has no documents or
letters to assist in identifying the photos or their probable location.  $275
455. [Photo Album]. WWII American Soldier's Album Mostly Devoted to Life and
Scenes in India and Titled "Half Way Round the World with Remington"
Approximately 170 photos plus several ills cut from unknown sources. Photos almost
all in corner mounts and generally measure approx. 11 x 6cm. or smaller. Quality of
photos varies but generally clear with decent detail. Most photos or groups of photos
have some sort of captioning or identifying article nearby. A few album leaves
detached and there are missing photos here and there. Scuffed oblong tied album with
faux reptilian patterning (approximately 30 x 22cm.). Fair. Our soldier says he was
inducted in Sept. 1942, arrived in Algeria in Nov. 1943 (about 14 photos) and was
sent on to India early in 1944 and was mostly there until he left for the USA in June
1945. Several photos taken in and around Karagapur and then at Calcutta, followed
by a two month furlough (spent at a rest camp in Raniket, at a hospital in New Delhi
with "yellow jaundice," and on an enthusiastic visit to the Taj Mahal). One detached
album leaf, containing 9 photos of modest quality, is titled "over the Hump into
China" on one side and "Building airfields in China" on the other.  $475
456. [Photo Album]. Late 19th Century Photos of India, Burma and Thailand. [our
title]. 25 photographs, mounted one or two to a page in black corner tabs. Size varies
-- several are about 15 x 10cm. and a modest minority are either much larger or much
smaller. Most appear to be albumens, a few appear to be later reprints. No
photographer's marks but these generally have the sharpness and detail one expects
from quality albumen photos. Thin oblong black album (27 x 18cm.) which appears
to be much newer than the photos. A rather odd collection of photos, united perhaps
by age (in most cases). A few relate to Catholic missionary efforts and all but one
relate to India. Burma or Thailand. Here is a list, based on the notes (mostly in pencil)
written on the backs of the photos: Boys exercising with band at St. Michael's School
(Patna); Bombay scene; Convent Native Nurses (St. John's Hill in Bangalore); a
Maharajah and his advisers in Bhurtpore; Covent Garden (Penang); Mission House
(missionary residence in Rajapore); Floating houses and stores (Bangkok); Bell
Tower of a Wat and a group of Siamese monks; Todas Hill Tribe; Saganig Upper
Burma; Church in Virarajendrapet; Burma Karens/Father Luce; Shan Interpreter &
wife; Conjurors (India?); Royal Lake (Burma); Grinding meal (India?); Mandalay
(2); Kralyar Canal (India); phougyils(??) making their morning rounds begging their
food (appears to be a photo of a photo of monks); Hindu water bearer; group of
Hindus; Native children and teachers - Jesuit mission school Rajapore; Fr. Veulliez's
church Upper Burma; Brass pot merchant (appears to be a later reprint); and
Burmese blacksmith. 
457. [Photo Album]. Young Filipino American Woman in California, 1937-1938. [our
title]. 62 decent-sized photos (5 x 7cm. or larger) plus 47 much smaller snapshots.
Black and white. A few are loose. The rest are (now in corner mounts). A few have
captions or inscriptions in the image and quite a few of the other larger photos have
been inscribed or dated or both. Decent quality and detail. Several photos have been
removed. Small, tied oblong album; East Asian dragon illustration on front cover. 22
x 14cm. Some cover soiling and wear (ties and cover corners frayed). Former owner's
name written inside front cover along with an address in Wilmington, California.
Photos of the previous owner and her friends -- mostly female. 
458. [Photo Album]. Shipboard, Philippines, Western Camping, Guns, Winter Fun, Etc.,
Etc. [our title]. Over 275 photos pasted down, 3 to 9 per page, on most sides of the
album leaves. Many of the photos are very good while some are a bit fuzzy. Photo size
varies but almost all are 8 x 10cm. or larger. No handwritten captions although there
are a small number of commercial photos which have printed captions. Undated but
probably before 1920. Oblong album (34 x 27cm.). Leather binding, lacking backstrip,
is heavily chipped along bottom on both covers. Several album leaves in the center of
the album are unused. Fair. The first dozen or more are shipboard photos -- perhaps
en route to the Philippines. This is followed by at least 30 photos taken in the
Philippines and possibly more as many of the photos in this and other portions of the
album are of individuals and settings whose location in unclear. A few photos include
men in military attire. The Philippine photos include 8 commercial photos (captions:
Malecon Drive; Canal and Post Office; Mouth of the Pasig River; Fruit Market,
Manila; Along the Pasig; Paco Bone Pile; Family cares; and Boats of the Pasig).
There are more shipboard photos of cheerful folks. Many of the other photos are
interesting family photos in what seem to be western settings (mostly in California).
One page (six photos) is devoted to gun-toting men, women and one small boy. A few
signs show up in the photos: "Tallac" (on a building with Tallac Mountain in the
background); "Paco" (sign by what appears to be a train station); "L. A. Police
Dept." (a banner displayed on the windshield of an open car); and "15 mls to Lake
Tahoe along Truckee River" (on a sign behind a warmly dressed group of five).
459. [Photo Album]. Probably American World War II Album Mostly on China. [our
title]. n.p.: n.d.. Contains 20 narrow oblong photos (16 x 5cm.) and 17 large photos
(generally about 22 x 15cm.) and 17 smaller photos. Most album leaves are unused;
a few leaves have been crudely cut out (removed). The oblong photos and a few of the
other are in corner mounts; almost of the large photos and about half of the smaller
photos are unmounted. No captions. Two-toned cloth album in card slipcase. Good.
A couple of printed items suggests that our soldier started in India and then was in
China. The best photos are probably the oblong photos which are of scenes and
temples on and around a Chinese body of water. The larger photos appear to be
mostly of Chinese buildings and statuary; they are not as sharp and give the
impression that they have been enlarged from smaller photos or perhaps copied. A
folded 6-page tourist leaflet titled "Hangchow, the City of Romance & Scenic Beauty"
is mounted on one of the album leaves. 
460. [Photo Album]. Students of Gordon Poteat at the University of Shanghai in 1937.
[our title]. [Shanghai]: n.d. . 95 photos, 1-4 to a page, in corner mounts on both
sides of 30 album leaves. Padded album covers. 25cm. Laid in is a coverless 64-page
outline [presumably prepared by Poteat] for Philos 101 for the Fall of 1934 and a
couple of other minor pieces of Chinese ephemera. The album consists of formal
inscribed or signed photos ,as well as other smaller, often less formal photos, of Dr.
Poteat's students at the University of Shanghai where he taught Religion and
Philosophy as a representative of the Northern Baptist Convention. An added note on
one of the photos of a male student says "Killed by bomb 1937. Poteat [1891-1986]
returned to the United States in 1937 to become a Professor of Social Ethics and
Homiletics at Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania and later was
a Professor of Religion at Bucknell University and Pastor of a local Baptist Church
in Lewisburg, Pa. We don't believe that he ever returned to China.  $950
461. [Photo Album]. Tea and Rubber in Sri Lanka. [our title]. 60 photos pasted down on
both side of the first seven stiff card album leaves. 12 additional album leaves are
blank. Brief inked captions on album leaves beneath most photos -- several of the
captions are dated 1913 or 1914. Size of photos varies but generally 10 x 8cm. or
somewhat smaller. Decent quality photos although almost uniformly too dark and
fuzzy for good detail. Worn oblong 1/2 leather album (25 x 19cm.). Backstrip half
gone; balance held on partly by a later leather strip. Fair. Captions indicate that this
album had belonged to a young British fellow who lived in Ceylon on or near a tea
or rubber plantation. Locations mentioned in the captions are Halpe, Noelle, Mt.
Lavinia, Sherbrooke Compound, Kilipoluwa(?), and Rittagoya (appears to be a river
or stream). 
462. [Photo Album] Doshisha Daigaku, Kyoto. The Doshisha. [Kyoto?]: n.d. [ca. 1930]. 15
professional photos tipped in along top one to a page on one side of the 15 album
leaves. Photos generally about 15 x 10cm. Brief printed captions in most of the photos.
Tied oblong black softcover album (which is edge-worn but otherwise sound). 26 x
18cm. No publication information present but this appears to have been published by
Doshisha University. 
463. [Photo/Postcard Album]. Mostly on South Asia (India, etc.), Egypt, Greece and
China. [our title]. About 150 photos (or photos of photos) and postcards, all firmly
pasted down, two to a page on both sides of album leaves. Album leaves rather worn,
with chipping along fore-edges. Some page rippling. Photos are black and white as are
many of the postcards. Most of the photographic images, while appealing, are a bit
faint and much less sharply detailed than one would like. No captions except for the
printed captions on some of the postcards. The last 8 album leaves are unused.
Undated but probably sometime in the first quarter of the 20th century. Moderate-sized
oblong album covered in flexible patterned leather (25 x 18cm.). Cover worn along
edges and rubbed. Good. The first 93 images, mostly photos rather than postcards,
appear to relate to India or adjacent areas (a few seem Burmese to us, partly because
the appearance of some of the temples). The next 7 photos and 11 postcards relate to
Egypt or nearby arid settings followed by 12 postcards and 27 photos which relate to
Greece. The final four images (all postcards) relate to China. The South Asian images,
as loosely defined by us, begins with about 30 images that could be non-Indian
followed by scenes of bathing in the Ganges, numerous interior and exterior images
of various antiquities (including several of the Taj Mahal), a few elephants and a few
other images. Our Egyptian images begin with four photos of an unidentified caravan
featuring rather heavily laden camels, followed by postcard images mostly of
antiquities (the Sphinx, pyramids, Karnak and Thebes). The Greek images provide a
strong dose of antiquities and a few images of traditionally attired Greeks including
a black and white photo of a gun-toting young man and a color postcard, captioned
in part "Soldat Grec (Efzonaki)." The final four images are three color postcards of
Chinese scenes and a black and white image of an indeterminately-located street
464. Pigeaud, Theodore G. Th. Java in the Fourteenth Century: A Study in Cultural
History. The Nagara-Kertagama by Rakawi Prapanca of Majapahit, 1365 A.D.
Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged by Some Contemporaneous Texts, with
Notes, Translations, Translations, Commentaries and a Glossary. The Hague:
Martinus Nijhoff, 1960-1963. 5 vols. frontises, 6 plans, maps, and plates (in cover
pocket of Vol. V) xvi, 125, xvi, 153, xiii, 177, x, 552, viii, 451p. Original cloth. 24cm.
Modest cover soil. Fraying at ends of some backstrips. No jackets. Koninklijk Instituut
voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, Translation Series, 4, 1-5. Vol. I: Javanese Texts
in transcription; Vol. II: Notes on the Texts and the translations; Vol. III:
Translations; Vol. IV: Commentaries and Recapitulations; and Vol. V: Glossary,
General Index. 
465. Pingree, David. Census of the Exact Sciences in Sanskrit. Series A, Volumes 1-3 (of
5). Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1970, 1971 and 1976. vii, 60, vii,
147, . 207p. Softcover in original wrappers. 30cm. Corner faded and creased on
front cover of 3rd vol. SIGNED in top right corner of each title-page by Pingree.
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, Volumes 81, 86 and
111. Two additional volumes were published --Vols. 146 (1981) and 213 (1994).
466. Pingree, David. Sanskrit Astronomical Tables in the United States. Philadelphia:
American Philosophical Society, 1968. index, 77p. Softcover in original wrapper.
30cm. SIGNED on top corner of title-page by Pingree. Transactions of the American
Philosophical Society, New Series, Volume 58, part 3, 1968. 
467. Pinney, Christopher. Camera Indica: The Social Life of Indian Photographs.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1997). 1st ed. photos (some color), index,
240p. Original red cloth. 24cm. No jacket (as published). Fine. Also published in
468. Places of Interest in Hangchow. [cover title]. Shanghai: War Area Service Corps,
National Military Council, Shanghai Office, April, 1946. , 10, p. Softcover in
original wrapper. 19cm. Light staining (marks visible near inner hinge). Hangzhou
travel guide aimed at English-speaking servicemen. 
469. Places of Interest in Lushan. [cover title]. Nanking: Officers Moral Endeavor
Association, July, 1946. 2 maps (1 folding), , 25, p. Softcover in original
wrapper. 19cm. Text moderately browned. Travel guide for the Lushan District
including Kuling. Prepared for English-speaking servicemen. 
470. Places of Interest in Soochow. [cover title]. Shanghai: War Area Service Corps,
National Military Council, Shanghai Office, April, 1946. , 5, p. Softcover in
original wrapper. 19cm. Travel guide for Suzhou for English-speaking servicemen.
471. Polo, Marco. The Book of Ser Marco Polo, The Venetian, Concerning the
Kingdoms and Marvels of the East. Newly translated and Edited, with Notes,
Maps and Other Illustrations by Colonel Henry Yule. London: John Murray, 1875.
2nd edition, Revised. frontis, ills, maps, index, xl, 444, xxi, 606p. Original green cloth.
23cm. Back cover of volume 1 bubbled. Upper half of rear joint on Vol. I split and
neatly reglued. A few chips at head on backstrip on Vol. I. Bookplate (Alexander
Cochrane) in both volumes. Edited and Translated by Henry Yule. 
472. Polster, Edythe and Alfred H. Marks. Surimono: Prints by Elbow. Washington:
Lovejoy Press, 1980. errata slip, profusely illustrated (mostly in color, including
frontis), . x, 494p. [printed on one side; blanks counted in pagination]. Golden silk
cloth, lettered in gray. Large folio-sized volume (32 x 48cm.). Page 49A laid in as
called for on the errata slip. Fine. No jacket (asa published). Virtually as New. Still
housed in sturdy but rather worn original cardboard shipping carton. Copy No. 517 of
an edition limited to 1050 copies. 
473. Pope, John Alexander. Chinese Porcelains from the Ardebil Shrine. Washington:
Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art, 1956. photos, xv, 194p. plus 142 plates
(descriptions on opposite pages). Original cloth. dj. 28cm. Jacket has some scuffing
and edge-wear. Name stamp ("John A. Pope") on endpaper. 
474. Porter, Henry D. [and] E. C. Nickalls [and] L. J. Davies. An Appeal on Behalf of
Sufferers from Yellow River Floods. [Wei-Hien?]: 1898. Folded, large-format
leaflet. 38cm. Splitting along two later horizontal folds (probably for mailing). Printed
appeal on first page. Third page contains a map showing areas in Northern Shantung
Province that were flooded in 1898. Second and fourth pages blank. Good. The three
names listed as authors of this most uncommon item signed the appeal in type at the
bottom, identifying themselves as "Appeals Committee." The Relief Committee was set
up at a conference of 52 missionaries either representing 10 missionary societies
working in Shantung and Honan Provinces or from various non-Asian countries.
475. [Postcard Album]. British Sailor on the HMS Suffolk in the Far East (China
Station) and West Indies in the Late 1920s. [our title]. Approximately 275
postcards glued down, generally four to a page, on both sides of the album leaves. All
of the cards are commercial and almost all have printed captions in English, Japanese,
French or some combination of those languages. Most are black and white, some are
color and a handful are blue tinted. There are several blank leaves at the end. Oblong
Japanese lacquer-style album (35 x 26cm.) The album cover is in decent shape but the
album leaves open a bit stiffly (probably because the backstrip was recently reglued).
Good. The HMS Suffolk was a county class heavy cruiser in Great Britain's Royal
Navy which was commissioned in 1928 and spent her first 11 years on Britain's
"China Station." The album includes (in this order) 4 postcards of the HMS Suffolk,
4 of Colombo (Sri Lanka), 4 of Singapore, 18 of Hong Kong, 8 of Shanghai, 198 of
Japan, 25 of the West Indies, and 19 of France and Monaco. Almost all of the Hong
Kong cards are in color, ten of which feature the Peak Tram and Peak related views.
The Shanghai cards are real photo black and white views, three of which are
captioned. The Japanese cards are a mixture of color and black and white -- they
depict several locales including Inland Sea (8), Shimizu (12), Mt. Fuji (10), Kobe (30),
Ritsurin Koen in Takamatsu (12), Beppu (26), Japan with the Duke of Gloucester in
1929 (9 plus a free tram ride ticket), Tokyo (66), and 1923 earthquake damage in
Yokohama and Tokyo (18). The West Indies cards depict Grenada (6 black & white)
and Trinidad (19 -- all but a couple in color). The French cards are black and white
and are of mostly coastal scenes in Cannes, Nice, Villefranche-sur-Mer, Beaulieu,
Monte-Carlo, Antibes, and Menton. 
476. [Postcards]. 40 Real Photo Postcards from the Philippines. Undated but probably
1920s or a bit earlier. Unused. Usual size (14 x 9cm.). A couple of black paper
remnants on back of each postcard indicating that these were removed from an album
or scrapbook. Also included are five smaller photos (about 6 x 10cm.) of soldiers
identified briefly by captions in image. Only four postcards have captions: "141A.
Hospital Stotsenburg P. I.;" Batt. "D" to Quarters;" "View showing Post Exchange and
Artillery Qtrs,;" and [too faded to be certain but probably] "Barracks Camp Gregg."
The Camp Gregg postcard and a few others are faded but the rest are clear and distinct
with very good or better detail. A number of the photos are of wives and children.
There are no scenes of military battles. 
477. [Postcards]. 41 Unused Black and White Postcards of Scenes and Famous Buildings
in Korea under Japanese Rule. [Seoul?]: n.d. [1930s or earlier]. Normal-sized (9 x
14cm.). Consists mostly of postcards from Japanese or Korean makers of Commercial
postcards. One batch of 11 is in an envelope titled in English ("Many Kinds of Picture
Cards & Korean Products Just Fit for Present or Souvenir") and sold by Umiichi & Co.
in Keijo [Seoul]. Another batch are in an envelope with a man, wearing spectacles and
a small-crowned top hat. leaning over the text. The envelopes may initially have
contained more. The rest of the cards are loose. Cards are captioned in some
combination of English, Korean and Japanese. Several of the loose cards seem to
emphasize the quaint backwardness of Koreans; one features a semi-nude woman with
the English caption of "To Chang [sic] Ones Clothes." 
478. [Postcards]. Tsingtao Booklet Containing 12 Unused Postcards. Undated [probably
WWI or earlier]. Unused. Usual size (about 14 x 9cm.). Cards perforated along left
side for easy removal. Black and white photographic images reproduced on cards.
Brief captions. No motorized vehicles in any of the photos -- some horse drawn
vehicles are visible. 
479. Pranavananda, Swami. Exploration in Tibet. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1950.
1st ed. frontis, photos, 11 maps (mostly folding) in cover pocket, 302p. Original light
blue cloth. dj. 22cm. Covers lightly spotted (discolored) along top. Endpapers
reinforced at hinges with white binder's tape. Spine slightly sloped. Jacket spine
somewhat faded. Good. 
480. Pranavananda, Swami. Kailas-Manasarovar. Calcutta: S.P. League, 1949. 1st ed.
frontis, ills, 10 maps (8 folding), xxiii, 242p. Later Indian binding (boards backed in
plain cloth). 23cm. Maps laid in rather than in a cover pocket -- this later inexpensive
binding has no pocket. Sound copy which was apparently trimmed when rebound.
Good. No Jacket. Mountain and nearby lake in Tibet which are pilgrimage sites for
Hindus. The Chinese government has apparently forbidden any attempts to climb
Mount Kailash. Brief Foreword by Jawaharlal Nehru. 
481. Pratt, Antwerp Edgar, 1852-1920. To the Snows of Tibet through China. London:
Longmans, Green, 1892. 1st ed. frontis (portrait), ills, photos, folding map, xviii, 268p.
Orig. blue cloth. Small gilt illustration on front cover. 24cm. Edges frayed & rather
worn. Backstrip darkened with ends worn. Dampstaining at bottom edge of front
cover. Good. Account of a zoological expedition. Appendices at pages 235-268 list
birds, reptiles, fish and lepidoptera collected on this expedition. 
482. Prejevalsky, Lieut.-Colonel N. Mongolia, the Tangut Country and the Solitudes of
Northern Tibet. Westmead: Gregg International, (1968). 2 vols. Translated by E.
Delmar Morgan. frontis (portrait), ills, folding map, index, l, 287, xii, 320p. Original
blue cloth. 21cm. No jackets. Reprint of the 1879 London edition. 
483. Priest, Alan. Costumes from the Forbidden City. New York: Metropolitan Museum
of Art, 1945. 1st ed. ills (b & w), 16p. plus 56 plates. Softcover in original wrapper.
26cm. Rubbed along fold. 
484. Pyun, Y. T. Tales from Korea. n.p.: (c. 1934). ills, 200p. Softcover in original wrapper.
Tied oriental-style and printed on double leaves. 19cm. Some cover wear and spotting.
Former owner's name. Printing is light or slightly indistinct on many pages. Good.
Korean folktales. The Introduction by H. H. Underwood is dated April 1935. There
were several post-WWII editions; this rather poorly printed edition appears to be the
only pre-WWII edition.. 
485. Quirino, Carlos. Quezon, Man of Destiny. Manila: Printed and bound by McCullough
Printing Co., (1935). frontis (portrait), photos & facsimiles, ii, 122p. Original multicolored woven cloth. 23cm. Gift inscription. No jacket. 
486. Quirino, Eliseo. A Day to Remember. Manilla: Benipayo, 1961. 2nd printing. index,
vii, 317p. Orig. cloth. 21cm. No jacket. INSCRIBED by Quirino. 
487. Radhakrishnan, Sarvepalli, 1888-1975. Indian Philosophy. London: Allen & Unwin,
1940-1931. Later printings of the Revised 2nd ed. 2 vols. index (in each vol.), 738,
807p. plus (2)p. publisher's adverts. at end of both vols. Original burgundy cloth. djs
(price-clipped). 22cm. Minor wear. Fine. 
488. Raisdongug, S. (in collaboration with Veronika Viet), translators. Petitions of
Grievances Submitted by the People (18th - Beginning of 20th Century).
Translated from the Mongol. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, (c. 1975). index, x,
209p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Slightly faded. INSCRIBED by
Raisdongug. Asiatische Forschungen, Band 45. 
489. Raja Singam, S. Durai. Malayan Place Names. Singapore: Printed by Ling Khoo
Printing Co., (1962). 4th ed. 251p. Softcover in original pink wrapper. 18cm. Minor
cover fading and other wear. The 2nd and 3rd editions were titled: Port Weld to
Kuantan: A Study of Malayan Place-Names. 
Raja Singam, S. Durai, editor. Anamda Coomaraswamy: Remembering and
Remembering Again and Again (smrtva, smrtva, punah, punah): A Tribute to
Kala Yogi Ananda Coomaraswamy in Words and Pictures (A Pre-Centennial
Volume). n.p.: 1974. photos, ills, xxxii, 375p. Original gray boards. dj. 26cm.
INSCRIBED on half-title by Raja Singam. 
491. Raven-Hart. Ceylon: History in Stone. Colombo: Associated Newspapers of Ceylon,
(1964). 1st ed. photos, x, 320p. Hardcover. dj (price-clipped). 21cm.  $40
492. Rawson, Jessica. Chinese Ornament: The Lotus and the Dragon. New York: Holmes
& Meier, (c. 1984). 1st Amer. ed. frontis, photos, index, photos, 240p. Cloth. Photo
mounted on front cover. 27cm. No jacket. 
493. Rawson, Philip S. The Indian Sword. New York: Arco Publishing, (c. 1968). 1st Amer.
ed. ills, photos, index, 108p. Original cloth. Pictorial dj. 23cm. Fine.  $40
494. Reid, Anthony. Perceptions of the Past in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Published for
the Asian Studies Association of Australia by Heinemann Educational Books (Asia),
(c. 1979). 1st ed. 3 maps, tables, index, xvi, 436p. Original maroon hardcover binding.
dj. 23cm. Relatively minor rubbing at extremities. Edited by Anthony Reid (who has
SIGNED this copy on the title-page) and David Marr. ASAA Southeast Asia
Publications Series, No. 4. 
Rey, Charles. Dictionnaire Chinois-Francais, Dialecte Hac-ka" Precede de
Quelques Notions et Exercises sur les Tons. Hongkong: Imprimerie de la Societe des
Missions Etrangeres, 1901. xxxix, 360, 79*p. Old ½ leather. 22cm. Binding badly
worn. Both covers detached and then re-attached with old yellowed reinforced tape
some of which has now come off, leaving yellowed marks where it had been. Contents
reasonably sound. Poor. 
496. Ribeyro, Joao. Histoire de l'Isle de Ceylan, Ecrite par le Capitaine J. Ribeyro, &
Presentee au Roi de Portugal en 1685. Traduite du Portugais par Monsr. L'Abbe'
Le Grand. Amsterdam: Chez J. L. Delorme, 1701. 1st French ed. large folding map
of Ceylon, 7 small folding plates, , 352p. Old leather, rebacked (probably in the
19th century). 16cm. Title label on later backstrip has two poorly-aligned lines of type
("L'Histoire de Ceylan"). Text edges sprinkled in red. Upper right corner chipped on
first few leaves. Contents sound and clean with only minor foxing and one small brown
spot. French text. Captain Ribeiro fought in Ceylon as Portugal was losing control of
the island. This abridged French translation was the first publication of his account.
The original Portuguese version was not published until 1836. 
497. Richardson, H. E. Tibet and Its History. London: Oxford University Press, 1962. 1st
ed. frontis, illustrations, folding map, viii, 308p. Original green cloth. dj. 22cm. Fine
in a jacket that has minor soiling and wear. 
498. Rizal, Jose. Political and Historical Writings. Volume VII. Manila: National Heroes
Commission, 1964. This volume only. frontis, xvi, 397p. Softcover in original blue
wrapper. 26cm. Backstrip faded. 
499. Robb, A. F. Wishing for You All a Happy New Year. [Pyengyang?]: January, 1935,
1935. Small softcover four-page leaflet. 14cm. Uneven browning and light wear. Robb
and his wife served as Canadian Presbyterian missionaries in Korea for over thirty
years in the first part of the 20th century. This little item recommends five practices
to attain and maintain the Christian life. It makes no mention of Korean missionary
efforts but is signed in type: "Yours in the fellowship of the Pyengyang Foreign
Church, A. F. Robb." Good. 
500. Robinson, Michael Edson. Cultural Nationalism in Colonial Korea, 1920-1925.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1988. index, x, 217p. Hardcover. dj. 23cm.
Minor glue mark along inner hinges. 
501. Rockefeller, Michael Clark. The Asmat of New Guinea: The Journal of Michael
Clark Rockefeller. New York: The Museum of Primitive Art, 1967. 1st ed. photos
(many color), index, 349p. Original decorated cloth. Acetate dj. 33cm. Edited by
Adrian A. Gerbrands. 
502. Rockhill, William Woodville, editor & translator. Life of the Buddha and the Early
History of His Order: Derived from Tibetan Works in the Bkah-Hgyur and
Bstan-Hgyur Followed by Notices on the Early History of Tibet and Khoten.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1907. index, xii, 273p. Original cloth.
22cm. Minor scuffing. No jacket. 
503. Rockhill, William Woodville. Notes on the Ethnology of Tibet. Based on the
Collections in the U. S. National Museum. Washington: GPO, 1895. 1st ed. 52
plates (photos of objects), often with explanatory notes on facing pages, pp. 665-747.
Disbound (removed from a bound volume). 23cm. First few leaves detached. No
separate wrapper present. Good. Extract from the Report of the U. S. National
Museum for 1893. 
Roerich, George Nicholas, 1902-1960. Trails to Inmost Asia: Five Years of
Exploration with the Roerich Central Asian Expedition. New Haven: Yale
University Press, 1931. 1st ed. frontis, photos, folding map, index, xx, 504p. Original
green cloth. 24cm. Backstrip faded (and streaked). Dampstaining on cover edges.
Contents sound. Good. No jacket. 
505. Roerich, Nikolai Konstantinovich, 1874-1947. Altai-Himalaya: A Travel Diary. New
York: Stokes, 1929. 1st ed. frontis, ills, xix, 407p. dj. 24cm. Jacket chipped and worn
(with some old tape repair). Backstrip and cover edges faded. Sound copy in a Poor
506. Roerich, Nikolai Konstantinovich, 1874-1947. Heart of Asia. New York: Roerich
Museum Press, 1930. 171p. dj. 19cm. Jacket chipped and rather worn (including some
marks from old tape reinforcement). 
507. Roerich, Nikolai Konstantinovich, 1874-1947. Himalayas: Abode of Light. Bombay:
Nalanda Publications; London: David Marlowe Ltd., (1947). color frontis, 20 (of 23)
half-page tipped-in illustrations, 176p. Cloth-backed boards. 24cm. Water stain on
bottom portion of covers. Lacks three of the illustrations; contents otherwise sound and
clean. Fair. No jacket. 
508. Romulo, Carlos P. Daughters for Sale and Other Plays. Manila: Manila Book
Company, 1924. 1st ed. vii, 132p. Original cloth. 19cm. Former owner's name stamp
on endpaper. Minor cover soil and wear. No jacket. Four plays: The Real Leader; The
Ghost; Sons for Sale: Daughters for Sale. 
509. Ross, E. Denison and Rachel O. Wingate, compilers and editors. Dialogues in the
Eastern Turki Dialect on Subjects of Interest to Travellers. London: Royal Asiatic
Society, 1934. xii, 48p. Original green boards. 25cm. Some wear at ends of backstrip.
No Jacket. James G. Furlong Fund, Vol. XI. 
510. Rotary Club (Singapore) & Municipal Commissioners. Handbook of Information
Presented by the Rotary Club and the Municipal Commissioners of the Town of
Singapore. [Singapore]: Publicity Committee, Rotary Club of Singapore, 1933.
photos, maps, 112p. Softcover. 32cm. Backstrip chipped at bottom & reglued at top.
Cover lightly soiled & a bit edge-worn. Adverts at pp. 85-112. 
511. Roy, Rammohun, Raja, 1772?-1833. The Precepts of Jesus, the Guide to Peace and
Happiness, Extracted from the Books of the New Testament Ascribed to the Four
Evangelists. To Which Are Added, the First and Second Appeal to the Christian
Public, in Reply to the Statements of Dr. Marshman, of Serampore. New York:
B. Bates, 1825. frontis, [24 oddly-numbered and unnumbered preliminary pages], ,
-318p. Old gray paper-covered boards backed in muslin cloth. 24cm. Covers intact
but quite heavily rubbed and a bit rounded at corners. Remnants of original title-label
still present. Backstrip splitting along front joint. Contents browned and moderately
foxed but otherwise reasonably sound. Good. Rammohun Roy was an important figure
in the Bengali Renaissance in India and is credited with helping to discourage the
practice of Sati which forced widows in some parts of India to sacrifice themselves
upon their husband's funeral pyre. Much about Roy's life, writings, and connections
with Christian missionaries remains murky and a bit controversial.  $150
512. Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Korea Branch. Transactions of the
Korea Branch, Vols. XIX, XXIX and XXX. Seoul: 1930, 1939 and 1940. Softcover
in original gray wrappers. 23cm. Vol. XIX includes "Some Pictures and Painters of
Corea," by Rev. Charles Hunt (pages 1-34). Vol. XXIX includes "The Romanization
of the Korean Language based on Its Phonetic Structure," by G. M. McCune Pages
1-55). Vol. XXX includes "Korean Musical Instruments and an Introduction to Korean
Music," by Mrs. J. L. Boots (pages 1-32 plus several plates). 
513. Royal Geographical Society, London. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society,
Volume the Forty-Fourth. London: John Murray, 1874. 7 (of 8) folding maps, index,
cxxvi, 317p. Original blue cloth. 24cm. Extremities rubbed. Moderate cover
discoloration. Lacks map of the East Coast of Africa to face page 227. Good. Includes
18 papers, among which are "Notes of a Journey outside the Great Wall of China,"
by S. W. Bushell [pages 73-97 plus 1 folding map] and "Notes of a Journey in Yemen"
by Charles Millingen [pages 118-126 plus 2 folding maps]. 
514. Rubin, Jay. Injurious to Public Morals: Writers and the Meiji State. Seattle:
University of Washington Press, (c. 1984). 1st ed. photos & ills (8p.), index, xvi, 331p.
Original cloth. dj. 24cm. Minor rubbing along bottom edge. 
515. Rufus, W. Carl and Hsing-Chih Tien. The Soochow Astronomical Chart. Ann Arbor:
University of Michigan Press, 1945. 1st ed. 1st ed. 2 plates, 24p. Original black cloth.
Square 28cm. University of Michigan Press stamps on endpaper indicating that this
was one of their Archive Copies." No jacket. 
516. Rundall, Thomas. Narratives of Voyages towards the North-West in Search of a
Passage to Cathay and India 1496 to 1631 with Selections from the Early Records
of the Honourable the East India Company and from Mss. in the British
Museum. New York: Burt Franklin, n.d. . vi, xvi, 259p. Original cloth. 22cm.
Fine. No jacket. Reprint of the 1849 Hakluyt edition. 
517. Said, Hakim Mohammed, editor. Ibn Al-Haitham: Proceedings of the Celebrations
of 1000th Anniversary Held under the Auspices of Hamdard National
Foundation. [Karachi?]: Hamdard National Foundation, n.d. . index, 346p.
Contemporary hardcover binding. Stiff front cover of orig. wrapper bound in. 27cm.
Minor bubbling of cover cloth on back cover. No jacket. 
518. Sainsbury, Ethel Bruce. A Calendar of the Court Minutes Etc. of the East India
Company 1640-1643. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1909. 1st ed. index, xxix, 407p.
Original blue cloth. 22cm. Light soiling and wear. No jacket. 
519. Sainsbury, Ethel Bruce. A Calendar of the Court Minutes Etc. of the East India
Company 1644-1649. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1912. 1st ed. index, xxviii, 424p.
Orig. blue cloth. 22cm. Front joint bumped and split at top. No jacket.  $40
520. Sainsbury, Ethel Bruce. A Calendar of the Court Minutes Etc. of the East India
Company 1650-1654. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1913. 1st ed. index, xxxii, 404p.
Orig. blue cloth. 22cm. Light soiling and wear. No jacket. 
521. Sainsbury, Ethel Bruce. A Calendar of the Court Minutes Etc. of the East India
Company 1674-1676. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1935. 1st ed. index, xl, 444p. Orig.
blue cloth. 22cm. Light soiling and wear. No jacket. 
522. Saito, Torgo, editor. This Is Japan 1956. [cover title]. Tokyo: Asahi Shimbun, 1955.
photos and adverts., 350p. Softcover in original wrapper. 33cm. Right edge of front
cover lightly curled. Original wooden slipcase has a few minor scratches and chips but
is quite sound. The third annual volume in the "This is Japan" series.  $50
523. Salomon, Richard. A Gandhari Version of the Rhinoceros Sutra: British Library
Kharosthi Fragment 5B. Seattle: University of Washington Press, (2000). 1st ed.
xvii, 234p. Hardcover. 28cm. Fine. No jacket. SIGNED on title-page by Salomon.
Gandharan Buddhist Texts, Volume 1. 
524. Saunaka, supposed author. The Brhad-Devata Attributed to Saunaka: A Summary
of the Deities and Myths of the Rig-Veda. Cambridge: Harvard University, 1904.
2 volumes (Parts). index, xxxv, 198, 334p. Original cloth. 26cm. Top edge gilt.
Modest wear. Bookplate of Daniel Henry Holmes Ingalls (editor of the Harvard
Oriental Series from 1950 to 1983) in each volume. Foxing on endpapers. No Jackets.
Sanskrit text and Introduction (in English) in Part I; English translation and notes in
Part II. Harvard Oriental Series, volumes 5-6. Edited and translated by Arthur
Anthony Macdonell. 
Schicklgruber, Christian and Francoise Pommaret, editors. Bhutan: Mountain
Fortress of the Gods. Boston: Shambhala, 1998. 1st Amer. ed. photos (most colored),
276p. Original red cloth. dj. 30cm. Fine. 
526. Schinz, Alfred. The Magic Square: Cities in Ancient China. Stuttgart/London: Axel
Menges, (c. 1996). frontis (map), photos and ills (some color), index, 428p. Original
cloth. dj. 29 x 31cm. Fine. 
527. Schlaginhaufen, Otto. Anthropologie on Neuirland (Neumecklenburg) in der
Melanesishen Sudsee. Zurich: (1964-1966). 2 vols. in 3. photos, index, 237, 256,
292p. Softcover in original wrappers. 25cm. Mostly light soiling and wear.
INSCRIBED on covers by Schlaginhausen (as "Verfasser") to Gabriel Lasker. German
text. Separatabdruck aus Archiv der Julius Klaus-Stiftung fur Vererbubgsforschung
Sozialanthropologie und Rassenhygiene, Bd. XXXIX, Hft 1/4, Bd. XL, Hft 1/4 und
Band XLI, Hft 2/4. 
529. Science Society of China. The Science Society of China; Its History, Organization,
and Activities: In Commemoration of the Formal Opening of the Science Society
of China Library in Shanghai and the New Biological Laboratory in Nanking.
Shanghai: The Science Press, 1931. folding chart, photos, 31. (36)p. Wrapper. 21cm.
Ex lib. (only mark is a Library American Museum of Natural History stamp embossed
on front cover). Cover has a small chip and a short tear. Good. 
530. Scott, William Henry. Slavery in the Spanish Philippines. Manila: De La Salle
University Press, (1994). 2nd printing. 78p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm.
531. [Scrapbook]. Album of Menus, Programs, Labels, Tickets, Invitations, a Baseball
Scorecard, and Other Bits of Ephemera from the Asian and Pacific Portions of
Hannibal E. Hamlin's Oct. 1909-Feb. 1910 Clark's Cruise Around the World
Cruise on the S. S. Cleveland. All items pasted down, generally 1-2, and
occasionally more, to a page on both sides of the 30 plain white pages. 10 of the 60
sides are unused. Faux 1/4 leather binding (approximately 25 x 31cm.) seems less
grand than one might expect. Hamlin, a son of Abraham Lincoln's first Vice President,
served a Maine's Attorney General (1905-1908). His signature, dated April 1910, is
written inside the front cover and also appears on a few of the tickets and invitations.
He apparently didn't save an awful lot from what must have been a mountain of
ephemera from this cruise. There are 16 menus, the three largest of which are from
Tokyo's Grand Hotel. Eight pages have typed renditions of poems by unknown
authors, presumably Hamlin or fellow passengers, about the Cleveland and their
World Cruise. Two tickets carry room assignments (Room 293 at Shepheard's in Cairo
and 435 at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Bombay. There are several other tickets, with
similar typography for luncheons, excursions, etc. A printed invitation from the
Governor General of the Philippines invites members of The Clark's Tour Party to a
reception. A small, somewhat worn leaflet from the Philippines is titled "Bureau of
Prisons." The unused baseball scorecard is for a game between the 12th and 20th
Infantry on one side and Manila and the 5th Field Artillery on the other. Japanese
ephemera includes, in addition to menus: (1) a booklet about Nagasaki; (2) Welcome
to Kobe from Heizayemon Murata; (30 A Brief History of Osaka Castle plus a worn
folding diagram of the stone walls of that castle; (3) a program of Geisha Dances at
the Miyako Hotel; and (4) a small colorful folded card promoting Samurai Shokai.
Hawaiian items include: (1) a program of Hawaiian Surfing Sports by the Outrigger
Canoe Club; and (2) a folded leaflet listing the churches of Honolulu and Special
Services for Dr. Clark and His Party. 
532. Seattle Art Museum. Song of the Brush: Japanese Paintings from the Sanso
Collection. Seattle: (c. 1979). frontis, plates (some in color), (172)p. Hardcover. dj.
30cm. Catalog for Exhibition held September 25 - November 23, 1980. Edited by John
M. Rosenfield. 
533. Second Anniversary 24 May 1946 U.S.S. Mount Olympus Shanghai, China. [cover
title]. n.p.: (1946?). 9 text leaves plus cover (includes 1-page chronological list of the
ship from late May 1944 through its arrival in Shanghai in 1946 followed by 8-pages
of uncaptioned, rather poorly reproduced photos). Leaves printed on one side.
Softcover (stapled wrapper). Oblong (27 x 14cm.). Minor cover soil.  $50
534. Senarclens de Grancy, Robert and Robert Kosta. Grosser Pamir: Oster-reiches
Forschungsunternehmen 1975 in dem Wakhan-Pamir Afghanistan. Graz:
Akademische, 1978. color photos, 5 folding maps (in cover pocket), index, x, 399,
p. Hardcover. dj. Fine. INSCRIBED on half-title by "Martin" (Martin Posch, one
of the authors of an article beginning at page 65). German text. 
535. Serruys, Henry. Kumiss Ceremonies and Horse Races: Three Mongolian Texts.
Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1974. 124p. Softcover in original wrapper. 26cm.
Cover slightly faded. Asiatische Forschungen, Band 37. 
536. Shanghai Stock Exchange Annual Report 1995. Shanghai: Shanghai-ZhengquanJiaoyisuo, [1996?]. photos, 69p. [last page blank]. Softcover in original wrapper.
30cm. Most text in Chinese and English. 
537. Sharpe, Pat. Your Dog in India. Bombay: Thacker, 1944. 1st ed. photo, 143p. Original
cloth-backed boards. 19cm. Name and old price (in Rupees) on endpaper. Cover
fading around edges. No Jacket. A most uncommon handbook for dog owners and
those contemplating ownership of such a pet. 
538. Shaw, Glenn W. Living in Japan. Tokyo: Hokuseido Press, 1936. frontis (portrait), ix,
253p. Original gray cloth. Japanese fan decoration on front cover. dj. 19cm. Light
edge-wear on jacket. 
539. Sheepshanks, John, Bp. of Norwich, 1834-1912. My Life in Mongolia and Siberia:
From the Great Wall of China to the Ural Mountains. London: SPCK, 1903.
frontis, ills, 175p. Orig. blue cloth. 20cm. Moderate foxing on several pages at
beginning and end of book. No jacket. Has a chapter on Shahmanism (pp. 131-159).
Sheepshanks appears to have made this journey in the mid-1860s. 
540. Sherap, Paul (with G. A. Combe). A Tibetan on Tibet: Being the Travels and
Observations of Mr. Paul Sherap (Dorje Zodba) of Tachienlu; with an
Introductory Chapter on Buddhism and a Concluding Chapter on the Devil
Dance. London: T. Fisher Unwin, (c. 1926). 1st ed. frontis, folding map, index, xx,
212p. Maroon cloth. 22cm. Foxing on first few leaves. Library slip on rear endpaper
and faint evidence of a label at bottom of front cover. No jacket. 
541. Sherring, Charles A. Western Tibet and the British Borderland: The Sacred
Country of Hindus and Buddhists. With an Account of the Government, Religion
and Customs of its Peoples. London: Edward Arnold, 1906. frontis, photos, maps (1
folding), index, xv, 376p. Rebound in later blue library buckram. 25cm. New
endpapers. Library stamp (Ridley Park Library) on title-page. Contents sound and
clean although lacking the "General Map" which should face page 1. Good. No jacket.
Includes a chapter (pages 212-231) by T. G. Longstaff describing his 1905 attempt to
climb Gurla Mandhata. 
542. Shigeru, Kayano. Our Land Was a Forest: An Ainu Memoir. Boulder: Westview
Press, 1994. 1st ed. in English. map, xiv, 172p. Original cloth. 22cm. Cover very
slightly warped. No jacket. Translated from the Japanese by Kyoko and Lili Selden.
Foreword by Mikiso Hane. 
543. Shin, Gi-Wook and Michael Robinson, editors. Colonial Modernity in Korea.
Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, 1999. 1st ed. index, xiii, index, 466, (9)p.
Original black cloth. dj. 23cm. Fine. 
544. Shipton, Diana. The Antique Land. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1950. 1st ed.
frontis, ills, ix, 219p. Green cloth. dj (price-clipped). 22cm. Wear at ends of jacket
backstrip. Author's account of time spent in the Chinese province of Sinkiang (now
Xinjiang) with her husband Eric. 
545. Shiruku Rodo-Gaku Kenkyu Senta. Gandara ni Okeru Bukkyo Jiin no Fukugen to
Seibi ni Kansuru Chosa Kenkyu = Research and Study on the Restoration and
Maintenance of Buddhist Temples in Gandhara. Nara-shi: Shiruku Rodo-gaku
Kenkyu Senta, 2000. ills (some colored), maps, 70p. Softcover in original wrapper.
Text in English & Japanese. Series: Silk Roadology, Vol. 9. 
546. Siam Guide Book. [cover title]. Bangkok: Printed by Bangkok Times Press Ltd. [at
end of most, but not all, booklets], Sept. 1926. Bound hardcover volume containing
13 separately-paginated (and titled) booklets in original wrappers on Thailand: (1)
Siam Guide Book Bangkok, Bang Pa-in, Ayudhya and Lopburi [photos, 42p.]; (2)
Siam Irrigation [photos, 22p.]; (3) Siam Rice-Industry [photos, 16p.]; (4) Siam
Resources [46p.]; (5) Siam Lace Cultivation [map, 12p.]; (6) Siam Education [photos,
8p.]; (7) Siam Co-operative Movement [16, p.]; (8) Siam Natural Features [folding
map, folding chart (split at fold), photos, 91p.]; (9) Siam Forests [photos, 43p.]; (10)
Siam Aquatic Resources and Fisheries [photo, 9p.]; (11) Siam Mining [photos, 12p.];
(12) Siam Public Health and Philanthropic Institutions [photos, folding map, 46p.];
and (13) Siam Aviation [3p. -- back cover on this booklet not bound in]. "Compliments
of the Government of Siam" printed at base of backstrip. 
547. Silva Rego, Antonio da. Historia das Missoes do Padroado Portugues do Oriente.
India 1500-1542. Lisboa: Agencia Geral das Colonias, Divisao de Publicacoes e
Biblioteca, 1949. 5 folding maps, xxxix, 5650. Later blue buckram. 24cm. Some soil
and white paint remnants on cover. Good. No jacket. Portuguese text.  $45
548. Silva Rego, Antonio da, compiler. Documentacao para e Historia das Missoes de
Padroado Portugues. Lisboa: Divisao de Publicacaoes e Biblioteca Agencia Geral
das Colonias, 1947-1958. 12 vols. Contemporary dark cloth. 24cm. Dates covered
inked in white on backstrips of several of the volumes. Good. No Jackets. Portuguese
text. Documents from 1499 to 1582. These volumes are listed individually in OCLC
with the title of each simply the dates covered in that volume (e.g.: 1551-1554) with
our longer title treated as a series title. 
549. Singh, Khushwant. History of the Sikhs. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 19631966. 1st ed. 2 vols. 8 maps (1 folding), photos and ills (on 8 pages), index (in each
volume), xiii, 419, xi, 395p. Original green cloth. djs (Vol. 1 price-clipped). 22cm.
Small "Princeton University Archives" label on both front endpapers.  $85
550. Singh, Narenderpal. Furrows in the Snow. New Dehli: Vidya Prakashan Bhawan, (c.
1963). 1st ed. frontis, ills, 147p. Hardcover. 22cm. Minor foxing and browning of
pages. Cover lightly spotted. Good. No jacket. Novelist and former soldier's account
of his travels in Afghanistan. 
551. Sirisena, W. M. Sri Lanka and South East Asia: Political, Religious and Cultural
Relations from A. D. c. 1000 to c. 1500. Leiden: Brill, 1978. 1st ed. 8 plates, folding
map, index, xiv, 186p. Original green cloth. 24cm. Backstrip slightly faded. Fine. No
552. Skeen, Andrew. Passing It on; Short Talks on Tribal Fighting on North-West
Frontier of India. Aldershot: Gale & Polden, n.d. [Preface to this edition dated 1939].
4th ed. index, , 144p. plus p. publisher's adverts. for other military books.
Original cloth. 22cm. Relatively minor cover soil and wear. Former owner's name. No
553. Skrine, C. P. and Pamela Nightingale. Macartney at Kashgar: New Light on British,
Chinese and Russian Activities in Sinkiang, 1890-1918. London: Methuen & Co.,
(c. 1973). 1st ed. frontis, maps, photos, index, ix, 282p. Original cloth. dj. 22cm. Fine
in price-clipped jacket. 22cm. 
554. Sladen, Douglas. Queer Things about Japan [and] More Queer Things about
Japan. New York: Dodge Publishing Company, (1904) and (1905). 3rd ed. [first
book]; Peace Edition [2nd book]. [Two Books] First book: color frontis, ills (3 doublepage color), xxxv, 443p. Original yellow cloth. 21cm. [and] Second book: xl, 484p.
Both books bound in yellow cloth. 21cm. Page edges browned on the second volume.
Minor wear only. No jackets. 
555. Smadel, Joseph Edwin. Journal of Continued Quest for the Etiology of Kuru with
Return to New Guinea January 1, 1959 to December 31, 1959. [France?]: D.
Carleton Gajdusek, (c. 2001). iv, 44, 181, 14p. Original green binding. 30cm.
"Rejected Tozzer Library" stamp on endpaper. No Jacket. 
556. Smalley, Dr. William A. Report of Dr. William A. Smalley on Conferences
Concerning Missionary Language Learning in India and Findings of the AllIndia Conference on Missionary Language Teaching held at the Missionary
Language School Allahabad, India October 28-30, 1965. Allahabad: Missionary
Language School, 1965. 34p. Original stapled wrapper. 23cm. Some foxing on cover.
557. Smith, Vincent A. The Early History of India from 600 B.C. to the Muhammadan
Conquest. Including the Invasion OF Alexander the Great. London: Oxford Univ.
Press, 1924. Fourth edition, Revised by S. M. Edwardes. frontis, ills, index, x, 535p.
Green cloth. 22cm. Relatively minor scuffing and wear. No Jacket. 
558. Smyth, Herbert Warington. Five Years in Siam from 1891 to 1896. New York:
Scribner's, 1898. 1st Amer. ed. Volume I ONLY (of 2). 11 plates (including frontis),
5 maps (3 folding), index, 16, 330p. Original light blue cloth. Stylized elephant with
gilt background on front cover. 21cm. Ex lib. (white call number on backstrip,
bookplate on endpaper). Long tear (repaired with archival tape) on half-title.
Protective interleaving after frontis heavily browned. Moderate soiling. Some foxing.
Signature containing pages 177-192 bound in after signature containing pages 193208. Fair. 
559. Soper III, Alexander Coburn. The Evolution of Buddhist Architecture in Japan.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1942. 1st ed. errata leaf (laid in), index, xvi,
330p. plus (ca.70) unnumbered plates. Original black cloth. 30cm. Minor cover
scuffing and wear. No Jacket. 
560. Souvenir Album of Tokyo. [Tokyo?]: Okamoto(?), n.d. [early twentieth century]. 29
captioned colored views printed from photographic images including a folding view
("The View of Tokyo City (from Atagohill) Tokyo"). Softcover in original wrapper
with a traditional scene from a Japanese print on the front cover. Oblong (20 x 13cm.).
Purple oval rubber stamp inside back cover: Photographer Okamoto 3 Yurakucho,
Sanchome, Kojimachi-ki, Tokyo. No automobiles in any of the scenes although
electric trams or tram tracks do appear in five of the views. Tokyo's first electric
railways began operating in 1903 so we would guess that this View Book was
published within a few years of that date. 
561. South Manchuria Railway Company (Minami Manshu Tetsudo Kabushiki Kaisha).
Mukden (Fengtien). [Darien]: The Company, 1935. photos, 25p. Softcover. 19cm.
Minor dog-earing. Page 25 printed inside back cover. 
Sphujidhvaja. The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja. Edited, Translated, and
Commented on by David Pingree. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1978. 1st
ed. 2 vols. vi, 506, 527p. Original cloth. 26cm. Minor scuffing. No jackets. SIGNED
by Pingree on both title-pages. Harvard Oriental Series, Volume 48. Volume I contains
an Introduction and the Sanskrit text; Volume 2 contains the English translation and
Commentary. Laid in are four handwritten pages of corrections compiled by Pingree
and apparently sent to Professor Ingalls, the General Editor of the Harvard Oriental
563. St. John, Horace, 1832-1888. The Indian Archipelago; Its History and Present State.
London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1853. 1st ed. 2 vols. xxxix, 393,
xxvii, 359p. Old (contemporary?) 1/2 leather. 20cm. Cover heavily scuffed and worn.
Front cover detached on Vol. II; joints splitting and showing amateur attempts to
reglue them on Vol. I. Contents age-toned but otherwise sound and clean. Fair.
Bookplate of James Douglas, the founder of Phelps Dodge -- his bookplate includes
the Douglas clan motto "jamais arriere" above a four-spoked wheel containing
"History Science Literature Theology." Indonesia, Philippines and portions of modern
Malaysia. Includes several chapters on piracy within the archipelago and several
other chapters on James Brooke, the improbable Rajah of Sarawak.  $200
564. St. Louis World's Fair, 1904. Official Handbook of the Ceylon Court. Colombo:
George J. A. Skeen, Government Printer, 1904. 3 maps, photos, xxxiv, , 174, ,
[xxxvii]-li(p.). Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Relatively light cover soiling and
wear. Former owner's name (Lauriston Ward) on cover. 
565. Straelen, H. van, 1903-2004. Yoshida Shoin, Forerunner of the Meiji Restoration:
A Biographical Study. Leiden: Brill, 1952. 1st ed. 149p. Softcover in original
wrapper. 25cm. Small stain/spotting on cover around base of backstrip. Unopened.
Monographies du T'oung Pao. Volume II. 
566. Strong, Anna Louise, 1885-1970. Red Star in Samarkand. New York: CowardMcCann, 1929. 1st ed. frontis, photos, 329p. Original dark blue cloth. dj (priceclipped). 22cm. The uncommon pictorial jacket is still attractive but only Good (quite
a bit of edge chipping, soiling and other wear). Minor fading and wear on backstrip.
567. Strong, Anna Louise, 1885-1970. China's Millions: The Revolutionary Struggles
from 1927 to 1935. New York: Knight Publishing, 1935. 1st ed. xviii, 457p. Original
blue cloth. Backstrip faded. Extremities rubbed (some fraying). Good. No jacket.
Introduction by John Cournos. 
Surjodiningrat, R. M. Wasisto. Gamelan Dance and Wayang in Jogjakarta.
Jogjakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press,, 1971. [2nd ed.]. photos (rather grainy), vi,
80p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Former owner's pencil notes at several,
mostly-blank, places. This copy belonged to Ernest L. Newton of the Anthropology
Dept. at the Field Museum in Chicago which for many decades was the only place in
the U.S.A. with a Gamelan troupe. 
569. Suzuki, Beatrice Erskine Lane. Impressions of Mahayana Buddhism. Kyoto: Eastern
Buddhist Society; London: Luzac, 1940. 2 portraits (including frontis), x, 249p. Orig.
green cloth. 22cm. Cover frayed at corner tips and slightly warped. No jacket. Edited
by her husband (Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki) after her death in 1939. 
570. Suzuki, Daisetz Teitaro, 1870-1966. Zen Buddhism and Its Influence on Japanese
Culture. Kyoto: Eastern Buddhist Society, (1938). frontis, ills, photos, index, xii,
288p. Original tan cloth. dj. 22cm. The Ataka Buddhist Library, IX.  $125
571. Suzuki, Hisashi. Zojoji Tokugawa shogun haka to sono ihin itai = Studies on the
Graves, Coffin Contents, and Skeletal Remains of the Tokugawa Shoguns and
Their Families at the Zojoji Temple. [Tokyo]: Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1967.
errata sheet (laid in), x, 438, xli(p.) plus 102 pages of plates Hardcover. Clear acetate
jacket. Card slipcase. Fine. Typed slip laid in SIGNED by Suzuki presenting this item
to a Harvard professor. Japanese text; English summary at end. 
572. Suzuki, Teitaro, translator. Acvaghosha's Discourse on the Awakening of Faith in
the Mahayana. Translated for the First Time from the Chinese Version by
Teitaro Suzuki. Chicago: Open Court Publishing, 1900. frontis, index, xiv, 160, (4)p.
Brown cloth. 20cm. Leaves slightly browned. No jacket. 
573. Swift, Henry. A Study of the Iloco Language: Based Mainly on the Iloco Grammar
of P. Jose Naves ... Washington: War Dept., Office of the Chief of Staff, 1909. index,
172p. Original cloth. 23cm. Head of backstrip worn (fraying, chip). Library bookplate.
Good. No jacket (probably never had one). Typed Letter, signed by Swift tipped in
presenting this book to Berkeley Divinity School, the Connecticut Seminary from
which he had graduated. A language of the Philippines. 
574. Szabo, Albert and Thomas J. Barfield. Afghanistan: An Atlas of Indigenous Domestic
Architecture. Austin: University of Texas Press, (c. 1991). frontis, photos, index,
xxiv, 264p. Original green cloth. dj. 28cm. Fine. SIGNED on half-title by both
575. Tada, Reikichi. Nanpo Kagaku Kiko. Tokyo: Kagaku Shugi Kogyosha, (1943). 1st ed.
7 maps (1 folding), photos (12 pages), 3, 2, 292p. Original pictorial boards. dj. 21cm.
Jacket has several edge chips and some browning. Text browned and somewhat brittle.
Good. Japanese text. Title translates as "Science Trip to the South.” Tada, a Japanese
scientist and a Lieutenant-General, provides an account of his science-oriented visit
to new Japanese possessions in Southeast Asia (Malay Peninsula, Burma, Dutch East
Indies, the Philippines and perhaps elsewhere). He concluded that the Dutch East
Indies was the most advanced in science and technology and made recommendations
as to how Japan should rule these new possessions and interact with the local
576. Tai, Hue-Tam Ho. Millenarianism and Peasant Politics in Vietnam. Cambridge:
Harvard University Press, 1983. 1st ed. 2 maps, index, xii, 220p. Original gray cloth.
dj. 24cm. Fine. SIGNED ("by "Tam Tai") on title-page. 
577. Takagi, T. Girls' Pastimes in Japan. Kobe: The Tamamura, Photographic Studio & Art
Gallery, n.d. . 24 colored photos, printed on one side of leaves. Captions printed
beneath each photo. Tissue guards present. Title-page and front cover may be hand
colored. Tied cloth (silk) covers. Original tassels present. Oblong (26 x 18cm.). Takagi
identified as the proprietor of the publisher. 
578. Tanahashi, Kazuaki, editor. Moon in a Dewdrop: Writings of Zen Master Dogen.
San Francisco: North Point Press, 1985. 1st ed. frontis, 3 maps, index, xii, 356p.
Original blue cloth. dj. 24cm. Fine. Eihei Dogen (1200-1253) founded the Soto School
of Zen. 
579. Tanco Armero, Nicolas, 1830-1890. Viaje de Nueva Granada a China y de China a
Francia. Paris: Imprenta de Simon Racon y Comp., 1861. 1st ed. l, 568p.
Contemporary quarterbinding. 23cm. Scuffing. Extremities rubbed. Light to moderate
foxing. Old library stamp on title-page and last page of Indice. Good. Spanish text.
Armero, a member of a prominent Colombian family, traveled to China after spending
a few years in Cuba and becoming interested in the notorious "coolie trade"
(importing Asian men, often against their will, to labor under horrific conditions in
the Americas). He traveled to China in 1855 via the United States, France and Egypt
and spent the next three years in Southern China observing their customs and also
dispatching several shiploads of Chinese workers to the New World. He devotes
almost fifty pages to his visit to the Holy Land but has little else to say about his
return trip to France. Armero remained heavily, and profitably, involved in the
"coolie trade" for more than a decade after he made this trip. 
580. Tange, Kenzo and Noboru Kawazoe. Ise: Prototype of Japanese Architecture.
Cambridge: M.I.T. Press, 1965. 1st ed. in English. photos (b & w), 212p. Original
white cloth. dj. 28cm. Minor wear only. Fine. 
581. Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878. A Visit to India, China, and Japan, in the Year 1853.
New York: Putnam, 1855. frontis, 539p. Original blindstamped blue cloth. 19cm.
Scattered light browning. Minor cover wear. Former owner's name. 
582. Teichman, Eric. Travels of a Consular Officer in North-West China. London:
Cambridge University Press, 1921. 1st ed. frontis, photos, 4 maps (including 2 folding
maps in cover pocket), index, 219p. Original red cloth. 24cm. Two small holes and
some other fraying along joints. Several spots (loss of color) on front cover.
Extremities and ends of backstrip frayed. Good. No jacket. 
583. Teichman, Eric, 1884-1944. Travels of a Consular Officer in Eastern Tibet together
with a History of the Relations Between China, Tibet and India. London:
Cambridge, 1922. 1st ed. photos, 7 sketch maps and a large folding map (the latter in
a cover pocket), index, maps, xxiii, 248p. Green cloth, recently rebacked with almost
all of original backstrip mounted. 24cm. A few white spots (discoloration?) on front
and back cover. Good. 
584. Ternaux-Compans, H. Bibliotheque Asiatique et Africiane ou Catalogue des
Ouvrages Relatifs a l'Asie et a l'Afrique qui ont paru depuis la Decouverte de
l'Imprimerie jusqu'en 1700. Amsterdam: B. R. Gruner, 1968. index, vi, 347p. Red
cloth. 22cm. No jacket. French text. Reprint of the 1841 edition. 
585. Thurston, Lucy Goodale. The Missionary's Daughter A Memoir of Lucy Goodale
Thurston, of the Sandwich Islands. New York: American Tract Society, (c. 1842).
219p. plus 3p. publisher's adverts. Original blindstamped red cloth. 16cm. Backstrip
chipped at ends and reglued along front joint where it had been partially detached.
Front hinge stiff (because of glue repair). Corners rubbed. 3 signatures slightly pulled.
Front hinges cracked. Some foxing throughout text. Good. 
586. Tibetan Version of Gesar Saga. Ulaanbaatar: Shin Ukhaan Bolovsrolyn Khureelengiin
Erdem Shinzhilgeenil Khevlel, 1959-1961. 3 vols. 136, 214, 227p. Softcover in
original wrappers. 29cm. Covers somewhat worn with some splitting and chipping.
Errata slip laid in at end of first volume. Good. Tibetan text. Corpus Scriptorum
Mongolorum Instituti Linguae et Litterarum Comiteti Scientiarum et Educationis.
Altae Reipublicae, Tomus VIII, Fasc. 3-5. 
587. Togan, Ahmed Zeki Velidi. Bugunku Turkistan ve Yakin Mazisi. Kahire [Cairo]:
[1929-]1940. viii, 704p. Later Middle Eastern binding (patterned boards backed in
cloth). 23cm Extremities rubbed. Endpapers browned. No jacket. Ottoman Turkish;
introductory material in modern romanized Turkish. 
588. Toussaint, J. R. Annals of the Ceylon Civil Service. Colombo: Colombo Apothecaries,
1935. 1st ed. frontis, photos & ills (portraits), index, , 204, iii(p.). Original green
cloth. Pencilled gift inscription on endpaper. No jacket. 
589. Toyo Bunko. Memoirs of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko. (The
Oriental Library). Seven Annual issues: Nos. 7 (1935), 10 (1938), 14 (1955), 15
(1956), 17 (1958), 18 (1959), & 20 (1961). Softcovers in orig. wrappers. 27cm. Minor
chipping on a couple of backstrips. 1956 volume stamped "No longer the property of
Harvard-Yenching Library." No other library markings found.
590. Tschichold, Jan, editor. Chinese Poetry Paper by the Master of the Ten Bamboo
Hall. Boston: Boston Book and Art Shop, n.d. [ca. 1948 or a bit later]. 22p. plus 24
color prints. Tied oriental-style double-leaved binding. Tied portfolio boards with ties
intact. Card slipcase. 28cm. Portfolio ties frayed at ends and a bit soiled. Slipcase has
a small spot and some browning. Translated by Eudo C. Mason. 
591. Tucci, Giuseppe. Preliminary Report on Two Scientific Expeditions in Nepal. Roma:
Instituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1956. 153p. plus (36) unnumbered
pages photos (a couple folding), folding map. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm.
Former owner's name and name stamp. Serie Orientale Roma X. Materials for the
Study of Nepalese History and Culture 1. 
592. Tucci, Giuseppe. Shrines of a Thousand Buddhas: Exploring for Tibet's Hidden
Art. New York: Robert M. McBride & Co., (c. 1936). 1st Amer. ed. photos, index,
map, 272p. Cloth. 22cm. Backstrip has streaking and staining. Contents sound. Good.
No jacket. 
Tung-Li Yuan [Tongli Yuan, 1895-1965]. China in Western Literature: A
Continuation of Cordier's Bibliotheca Sinica. New Haven: Far Eastern Publications,
Yale Univ., 1958. index, xix, 802p. Blue cloth. 25cm. No jacket. 
594. Twiss, George Ransom. Science and Education in China: A Survey for the Present
Status and a Program for Progressive Improvement. Shanghai: Commercial Press,
1925. 1st ed. ix, 361p. Original red cloth. 19cm. Backstrip faded. Small rubber stamp
on endpaper ("Associated Boards"). No jacket. 
595. Ueno, Naoteru. Ban Dainago Ekotoba Kaisetsu = Picture Scrolls of Ban Dainagon.
Tokyo: Toyo Bijutsu Fukuseikai, 1950. 47, 35p. Softcover in original wrapper. 21cm.
Light vertical crease. Japanese title and text at one end; English title and text at other
end. Author's last named spelled as Uyeno at English end. 
596. U.S.S Arcturus. "The Trying Times" Friday Edition (Nov. 2, 1945). 4 pages on two
leaves, stapled in upper left corner. Substantial staining along later folds on both
leaves. Wrinkling. Fair. Shipboard publication for a WWII Arcturus-class attack cargo
ship. This issue consists entirely of national (USA) and international news -- no
shipboard content. The lead paragraph reports on the undeclared civil war along the
Manchurian border between the Communists and the Nationalist Forces loyal to
Chiang Kai-shek. At this time the USS Arcturus was busy delivering troops and
equipment to China -- perhaps to aid the Nationalist Forces. 
597. Ukiyoye Hanga Seisui: Selected Gems of Ukiyoye Prints. Kyoto: Z. Matsuki, 1925.
3 vols. 192 plates, 27cm. Tied oriental-style silk wrappers. Contents double-leaved.
Printed list of plates at front of each volume followed by the black & white plates.
Former owner's address label in each volume; otherwise almost as new with some
fraying along edges. Housed in the original somewhat worn chitsu box, lacking pegged
598. Umbdenstock, A. L'Indo-Chine Francaise; Sites, Monuments Types, Forets Vierges.
Paris: Touring-club de France, n.d. [early 20th century]. photos, 52p. Softcover.
Oblong (25 x 18cm.). Cover still attached but rather soiled and worn. Contents sound.
Good. At head of title: Touring-club de France...Comite de Tourisme Colonial. French
and English text. Umbdenstock, Administrative Secretary of the Colonial Tourism
Bureau, is given credit for this guide book on page 6. 
599. Union of Societies of Archivists of Yugoslavia. Sources of the History of Africa, Asia
and Oceania in Yugoslavia. Munchen [etc.]: K. G. Saur, 1991. vii, 164p. Hardcover.
24cm. No jacket. 
600. United States. Bureau of the Census. Census of the Philippine Islands, Taken Under
the Direction of the Philippine Commission in the Year 1903. Washington: 1905.
1st ed. 4 vols. frontis (map, Vol. I), ill, photos, maps (some color; some folding; 1 in
pocket), graphs (some color), indexes, 619, 1048, 740, 637p. Original beige cloth.
24cm. Moderate cover soiling. Lacks frontis (Old Map of Manila) in first volume.
Stamp on endpapers and title-pages: "Property of Prentice Sanger Landscape Architect
and Architect ... New York City." Good. No jackets (presumably as issued). Includes
geography, history, population, demography, agriculture, education, industry,
commerce, transportation, etc. Prentice Sanger was the son of General J. P. Sanger,
the director of this 1903 Census. 
601. United States. Bureau of the Census. Census of the Philippine Islands, Taken Under
the Direction of the Philippine Commission in the Year 1918. In Four Volumes.
Manilla: Bureau of Printing, 1905. 4 volumes in 6. A mis-matched set in English and
Spanish: Vol. 1, Appendix to Vol. 1, and Volume 4, Part 1 in English. Vols. 2, and 3
and Vol. 4 Part 2 in Spanish. The Spanish-language set was titled "Censo de las Islas
Filipinas"). photos, maps (some color; some folding, graphs, indexes, xv, 630, ix, 458,
xi, 1884, 939, 825, 762p. English language volumes in brown cloth, Spanish language
volumes rebound in later orange cloth. 23cm. Ex lib. markings. Volume 1 rebacked
with new endpapers, Cover worn and almost detached on Appendix to Volume 1.
Binding broken on Volume 4, Part 1. Fair. No Jackets. Includes geography, history,
population, demography, agriculture, education, industry, commerce, transportation,
United States. Hydrographic Office. Asiatic Pilot. Volume II. The Japanese
Archipelago. Washington: GPO, 1930. Third edition. folding map, 18 leaves of plates
(Appendix V), vi, 862p. Original brown buckram. 23cm. Light wear. A couple of name
stamps on endpaper. No jacket. 
603. United States. Philippine Commission. Report of the Philippine Commission to the
President, January 31, 1900. Washington: GPO, 1900-1901. 4 vols. photos, folding
chart, folding maps, index (in Vols. 2, 3 and 4), vii, 266, viii, 495, 443, 417p. Original
dark maroon cloth. 23cm. Endpapers cracked along a couple of hinges. No jackets.
604. [United States. Philippine Commission]. Annual Reports of the War Department for
the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1903. Volume VI: Report of the Philippine
Commission. [Second volume only of the four volumes devoted to the Philippine
Commission and the Philippines]. Washington: GPO, 1904. photos, maps, vxxii, 856p. Original black cloth. 23cm. Covers sound but spotted and rather worn. Contents
sound and clean (some portions browned). Good. No jacket (as published). Vols. VVIII of the 1903 War Department's Annual Report contained Reports of the Philippine
Commission, the Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs, and Acts of the Philippine
605. United States. War Department. General Staff. Reports of Military Observers
Attached to the Armies in Manchuria during the Russo-Japanese War. Parts IIII only. Washington: GPO, 1906. 3 (of 5) separately paginated Parts now bound
together in a single volume. photos, ills and maps (some folding), 284, 209, 241p.
Serviceable green buckram. Original wrappers bound in. 23cm. A couple of the maps
are loose -- some were probably "pocket" maps as originally bound but there are no
cover pockets in this single rebound volume. We found no plate lists and don't know
for sure whether all of the maps, charts, diagrams, photos and ills are present. Part I
has 2 photos (versos blank) and 14 folding maps, charts and diagrams, seven of which
constitute the seven sheets of the general map of Manchuria (originally found in a
cover pocket). Part II has 12 photos printed on 7 sheets (versos blank) plus a folding
map facing page  (this map actually appears to have been issued in Part IV (in a
cover pocket). Part 3 has 36 numbered plates (diagrams, charts and maps, some of
which are folding) plus 37 leaves (versos blank) of photos printed 2 to a page. Fair.
606. United States. War Department. Military Intelligence Division. Siberia and Eastern
Russia. Part II: Pacific Coast to Irkutsk. Route Notes and Information.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1918. 1st ed. This Part only (of 4). maps (2
folding), photos, 180, xv, , [xvii-xxxviii(p.)]. Original flapped cloth with snap
closure. 17cm. Sound copy with moderate wear. Good. Copy No. 143 (of 2000?).
"This report contains information on this subject received by the General Staff to
October 1, 1918." [statement on title-page]. Prepared for America's half-hearted
Siberian intervention at the end of World War I. 
607. Valli, Eric and Diane Summers. Chasseurs de Miel. Paris: Nathan Image, (c. 1988).
photos, unnumbered pages. Original brown cloth. dj. 39cm. Fine in a jacket that has
some edge-wear and a short tear. French text. 
608. Valli, Eric and Diane Summers. Honey Hunters of Nepal. New York: Harry Abrams,
(1988). color photos, unpaginated. Softcover in original pictorial wrapper. 39cm. This
volume has a few pages of text and captions followed by lush color photographs.
609. Varona, Francisco. Negros – Its History and People. n.p: . Photocopies of the
80 installments (plus a Prologue) of this translation by Raul S. Locxsin of Varona's
1938 work on the island of Negros. Blue binding with a former owner's name
imprinted in gilt in lower corner of front cover. 36cm. Cover warping. No Jacket. The
photocopies are a bit grainy but quite readable. Reference is made to publication of
this translation in book form -- perhaps this grainy production is it -- but we found no
holdings of such an item or of the original 1938 Spanish language edition in OCLC.
610. Varthema, Ludovico de, 15th century. The Itinerary of Ludovico di Varthema of
Bologna: From 1502-1508, as Translated from the Original Italian Edition of
1510, by John Winter Jones, in 1863 for the Hakluyt Society. With a Discourse
on Varthema and His Travels in Southern Asia by Richard Carnac Temple.
London: Argonaut Press, 1928. maps, index, lxxxv, 121p. Original vellum-backed
cloth. 26cm. Minor cover soiling. Corners slightly bumped. No jacket. Copy No. 543
of an edition limited to 975 numbered copies on Japon Vellum.
611. _____ SAME. Moderate cover soiling as well as some cover fading (mostly around
edges). No jacket. Copy No. 433 of the same edition. 
Vidyakara, compiler. An Anthology of Sanskrit Court Poetry: Vidyakara's
"Suchasitaratnakosa" Translated by Daniel H.H. Ingalls. Cambridge: Harvard
University Press, (c. 1965). 1st ed. index, x, 611p. Original blue cloth. 26cm. Cover
scuffed. No jacket. Harvard Oriental Series, Volume 44. 
613. Vietnam. Bo luat ve thue-vu: thue dien-tho, thue mon-bai, thue gian-thu va thue
lo'i-tu'c (Du so 7, 8, 9 va 10 ngau 13 thang tu' nam 1953) = Codes fiscaux, impots
fonciers, des patentes, indirects et sur les revenus (Ordonnance no 7, 8, 9 et 10 du
avril 1953). Saigon: Bo Tai-Chinh, Ke-Hoach va Kien-Thiet, 1953. 535p.
Contemporary green Southeast Asian 1/2 leather. 23cm. Front cover of original
wrapper bound in. Text moderately browned. Foxing on outer leaves. Institutional
stamp ("Bo Phu-thu Tuong Secretariat d'Etat a la Presidence"). Text in Vietnamese
and French. 
614. Vines, Sherard, 1890-1974. Yofuku or Japan in Trousers. London: Wishart, 1931. 1st
ed. 239p. Original purple cloth. dj. 19cm. Vines, an English poet, writer and
academic, taught for five years at Keio University during the 1920s.  $125
615. Vitali, Roberto. Early Temples of Central Tibet. London: Serindia Pubs., (c. 1990).
1st ed. photos (most color), index, 150p. Hardcover. dj. 30cm. Fine.  $150
616. Volga Russian Restaurant Intime, Lahore: Season 1943-44. [cover title]. Lahore:
[Printed by] The Civil & Military Gazette, (1944). ills, (12)p. Original gray wrapper.
Oblong (19 x 26cm.). Vertical crease. Mostly devoted to promoting this restaurant
with some humor, a list of some of the songs which could be played by Dr. Jazz, etc.
617. Vos, Frits. A Study of the Ise Monogatari: With the Text According to the DenTeika-Hippon and an Annotated Translation. 's-Gravenhage: Mouton & Co., 1957.
2 vols. folding chart, , 271, , 201p. Softcover in original wrappers. 24cm.
Covers unevenly browned; minor cover spotting on first volume.. 
618. Waddell, L. Austine. Among the Himalayas. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1900. 2nd ed.
frontis, ills, maps (1 folding), index, xvi, 452p. Original red cloth. 21cm. Former
owner's name. No jacket. 
619. Waddell, L. Austine. The Buddhism of Tibet or Lamaism: With its Mystic Cults,
Symbolism, and Mythology, and it its Relation to Indian Buddhism. London: W.
H. Allen & Co., 1895. 1st ed. 7 leaves of plates (including frontis and 5 folding), ills,
index, xviii, 598p, plus 47p. adverts. Original decorated light blue cloth. 23cm. Cover
fading. Some sections of text leaves browned. Ex lib. (Surrey County Council County
Library) Good. 
620. Waddell, L. Austine. Lhasa and Its Mysteries: With a Record of the Expedition of
1903-1904. London: Methuen & Co., 1905. Third and cheaper edition. frontis, maps
(one folding), photos, index, xx, 530p. Original decorative cloth. 23cm. Backstrip
darkened. Some foxing on page edges. No jacket. 
621. Wade, Bonnie C. Imaging Sound: An Ethnomusicological Study of Music, Art, and
Culture in Mughal India. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (c. 1998). 1st ed.
illustrated (a few in color). index, lvi, 276p. Original black cloth. dj. 28cm. Fine.
622. [Wallis, Mary Davis]. Life in Feejee, or, Five Years among the Cannibals. By a
Lady. Boston: William Heath, 1851. 1st ed. xv, , -422, p. Orig. dark cloth.
18cm. Spine severely cocked. Cover rather worn and missing a good-sized chip along
front joint. Front endpaper shows evidence of damping. Fair. This copy INSCRIBED
(but not signed) by Wallis on front endpaper ("Major S. B. Phinney, with regards of
the Author. Jan. 20, 1858. Beverly, Mass."). Major Phinney was probably Sylvanus
Bourne Phinney, a prominent citizen from Barnstable on Cape Cod.  $125
623. Warmington, E. H. The Commerce Between the Roman Empire and India. London:
Curzon Press, (c. 1974). 2nd ed., Revised and Augmented. folding maps, index, xii,
417p. Hardcover. dj. 19cm. Old price sticker on rear jacket flap. 
624. Warner, Gordon. Okinawan Reversion Story: War, Peace, Occupation, Reversion,
1945-1972. [Naha, Okinawa]: [Executive Link], 1995. 1st ed. photos, ills, xxii, 235p.
Softcover in original wrapper (with dj). 28cm. Former owner's name, etc. in black
marker on first blank page. 
625. Warren, Rev. Joseph. Schools in British India. Washington: GPO, 1873. 30p. Original
yellow wrapper. 23cm. Cover soiling. Ex lib. (Georgetown University). Small chips
on cover edges. Good. Circular of Information of the U. S. Bureau of Education No.
2 - 1873. 
626. Wei, Francis C. M. [Wei Cho-min]. Contemporary Typed Copy of a Letter sent to
Bishop Alfred A. Gilman. Dated Jan. 7, 1927. Three pages. 3 pages. Thin typing
paper. 22 x 28cm. Chipped and rather ragged around edges, but with no loss of text.
Top half of first page browned. Fair. Wei writes to report on the financial difficulties
at the Central China University and the precarious political situation. In the next to
the last paragraph, he writes: "If friends in America talk about the church keeping
away from politics, please remind them that the Kuo Ming Tang is not a political
party, but a revolutionary movement ... Revolution will tolerate no opposition. Hence
if we are not with it, we are done for. It takes the greatest church statesmanship to
steer us through this period of perplexities. The Kuo Ming Tang has its doubtful
features but I believe in giving it a fair chance. You may find me in it soon, and as you
know it takes some persuasion to get me into any politics." 
627. Watt, George. The Commercial Products of India: Being an Abridgement of "The
Dictionary of the Economic Products of India" New York: E. P. Dutton and
Company, 1908. 1st Amer. ed. index, viii, 1189p. Original blue cloth. 25cm. Cover
shows moderate wear and the bottom eighth is discolored (stained). Good. No jacket.
628. Wellby, Montague Sinclair, 1866-1900. Through Unknown Tibet. Philadelphia:
Lippincott, 1898. 1st Amer. ed. frontis, photos, 4 folding maps (in cover pocket),
index, xiv, 440p. Original cloth. 23cm. Ends of backstrip chipped. Cover soiled (also
some spotting). Maps browned. Good. No jacket. 
629. Wells, Kenneth M. New God, New Nation: Protestants and Self-Reconstruction:
Nationalism in Korea, 1896-1937. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, (1990).
index, xi, 222p. Black boards. dj. 22cm. Fine. 
630. Wenckstern, Friedrich von. Bibliography of the Japanese Empire. Being a Classified
List of the Literature in European Languages ... published in Europe, America
and in the East. Vol II. Comprising the Literature from 1894 to the Middle of
1906 ... Tokyo: Maruzen Kabushiki Kaisha, 1907. 1st ed. This volume ONLY (of 2).
index, xvi, 486, 28, 21p. Original black cloth. 25cm. Corners frayed; one corner also
bumped. Relatively minor cover spotting. Moderate cover spotting. Text browned.
Good. No jacket (as issued?). 
631. White, George Francis, 1808-1898. Views in India, Chiefly among the Himalaya
Mountains. London: Fisher, Son, and Co., 1838. vignette on 2nd title, 29 steel
engraved plates (including frontis), x, -84p. plus 4p. publisher's adverts. at end.
Worn contemporary leather. 34cm. Backstrip rather crudely replaced with black
binder's tape. Fore-edge chipped on main title-leaf. Hinges reinforced with old tape
which has yellowed and damaged the nearby endpapers. Ball point ink markings on
plate list where someone identified which of the prints are by J. M. W. Turner;
contents otherwise sound and clean. Good. Fore and top edges gilt.
632. Wicki, Iosephus, editor. Documenta Indica. Romae: Monumenta Historica Soc. Iesu
[Vols. l-X] and Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu [Vols. XI-XVIII], 1948-1988.
18 total volumes. Vols. I-XIII in contemporary black cloth. Vols. XIV-XVIII softcover
in original wrappers. 24-25cm. Vol. I shaken and quite worn. Dates covered by
material in each volumes written in white ink on first 8 volumes. Some pencil
underlinings and annotations in first few volumes. Vol. I Poor; condition of rest of set
ranges from Good to Fine. Volumes generally unopened. Most documents in
Portuguese or Latin. Monumenta Historica Societatis Iesu, Vols. 70, 72, 74, 78, 83,
86, 89, 91, 94, 98, 103, 105, 113, 118, 123, 127, 132-133. John Gomes listed as coeditor on Vols. XIV-XVI. 
633. Wieger, Leon, editor and translator. Textes Historiques: Histoire Politique de la
Chine depuis l'Origine, jusqu'en 1912. [Xian Xian]: Imprimerie de Hien-Hien,
1922-1923. 2nd ed. 2 vols. ills, 25 folding maps (on 21 sheets), index, 916, 1875p. plus p. list of works by Wieger. Contemp. black cloth. 25cm. No jackets.
Chinese text & French translation in separate columns. Wieger was an important Jesuit
sinologist. OCLC entries list this set as having 2103 pages (rather than 1875) along
with our 25 maps but we are unable to find anything missing. 
Wiesner, Ulrich. Nepalese Temple Architecture: Its Characteristics and Its
Relations to Indian Development. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1978. 1st ed. ills, index, xii,
114p, plus 16 plates. Original blue cloth. dj. 29cm. Fine. 
635. Wilder, Robert P. Christian Service among Educated Bengalese. Lahore: Civil and
Military Gazette Press, 1895. [1st ed.]. vi, 76p. Original green cloth; titling in black
on front cover. 16cm. Minor cover wear and spotting. Foxing on endpapers. Lightly
browned. Wilder was a Protestant missionary and a graduate of Princeton University
and Union Theological Seminary. 
636. Wildes, Harry Emerson. Social Currents in Japan: With Special Reference to
Newspapers. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1927). 1st ed. index, ix, 390p.
Original cloth-backed boards. dj. 19cm. Jacket only Fair (browned and missing some
chips, a couple of which are rather large) 
637. Williams, Francis Edgar, 1893-1943. Orokaiva Society. London: Oxford University
Press, 1930. 1st ed. frontis, photos, ills, folding map, index, xxiii, 355p. Original black
cloth. dj (price-clipped). 22cm. 
638. Wolf, Edwin, 1911-1991, Introductory Essay. Doctrina Christiana: The First Book
Printed in the Philippines, Manila, 1593. A Facsimile of the Copy in the J.
Lessing Rosenwald Collection, Library of Congress, Washington. [Washington]:
Library of Congress, (1947). 50, p. Original cloth-backed boards. 25cm. Minor
wear only. No jacket. 
639. Wood, John, 1811-1871. A Journey to the Source of the River Oxus. London: John
Murray, 1872. New Edition. frontis, 2 folding maps, xc, , 280p. 19th century ½
leather (marbled boards with green leather backstrip and corners). Top edge gilt.
22cm. Edges rubbed. Scattered foxing. Wood identified Lake Zorkul as the source of
the Oxus (Amu Darya River). The first edition (with a somewhat different title) was
published in 1841. This Second edition contains a new Preface by the son of the
recently-deceased author and "An Essay on the Geography of the Valley of the Oxus,"
by Henry Yule. 
640. Woods, Robert Carr, compiler. A Selection of Oriental Cases Decided in the
Supreme Courts of the Straits' Settlements. London: Sweet & Maxwell, (1911). 43,
, 10, , 2p. Contemporary 1/2 leather. 25cm. Joints rubbed and beginning to split.
Ex lib. (NY State Library stamped at base of backstrip; discard stamps on page edges).
Good. Reprint of the 1869 edition. 
641. Yab Ugyen Dorji. Of Rainbows and Clouds: The Life of Yab Ugyen Dorji as told
to his Daughter, Her Majesty the Queen of Bhutan Ashi Dorji Wangma
Wangchuck. London: Serindia Publications, (c. 1999). 1st ed. photos (some color),
index, 128p, Original blue cloth. dj. 28cm. Fine. 
642. Yakushi, Yoshimi. Catalogue of the Himalayan Literature. Tokyo: Hakusuisha, (c.
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couple of brown spots. No jacket. 
643. Yazdani, G. Mandu: The City of Joy. Oxford: University Press, 1929. frontis, photos
and ills, index, xii, 131p. Original black cloth. 19cm. No jacket. Inscribed by the
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1936. The signature appears to be R. Nadkar" This is probably Rao Bahadur K.
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644. Young, Keith. Delhi -- 1857: The Siege, Assault and Capture, as Given in the Diary
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645. Young, Michael W. Malinowski's Kiriwina: Fieldwork Photography 1915-1918.
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646. Younghusband, Francis. India and Tibet: A History of the Relations which have
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with a Particular Account of the Mission to Lhasa of 1904. London: John Murray,
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647. Younghusband, Francis Edward, 1863-1942. The Heart of a Continent: A Narrative
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648. Yuasa, Nobuyuki, editor & translator. The Zen Poems of Ryokan. Princeton:
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651. Zenbei Nikkeijin Jushoroku: 1959-nendo =The New Japanese American News:
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text; some adverts. also or partly in English as is the regionally-organized list of
Japanese Americans which occupies most of this book. 
652. Zenbei Nikkeijin Jushoroku: 1966-nendo =The New Japanese American News:
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27cm. Fine. Chinese text. 
Afghanistan - 1, 9, 40, 57, 125, 190, 229, 347, 534, 545, 550, 574, 639, 647
Agriculture - 350, 427, 429, 600
Archeology - 84, 93, 128, 216, 280, 312, 336, 352, 416, 545, 571, 643
Arctic - 46
Art & Architecture - 24-26, 35, 37, 42, 60, 66, 96, 104, 122, 128, 144, 148, 183, 187, 188,
191, 193, 199, 201, 217, 226, 230, 231, 242, 244, 248, 249, 255, 257, 259, 271, 275, 278,
279, 281, 308, 309, 319, 330-333, 336, 353, 356, 365, 376, 379, 384, 385, 389, 421, 425,
472, 490, 492, 501, 532, 559, 574, 580, 590, 595, 597, 634, 650
Asian Americans - 17, 220, 222, 295, 403, 457, 651, 652
Astronomy - 123, 360, 402, 465, 466, 515
Atomic Energy - 165
Australia - 367, 381, 396
Aviation - 453
Bangladesh - 192
Bibliography & Books on Books - 103, 166, 192, 197, 276, 298, 312, 363, 396, 415, 584,
593, 599, 630, 642
Brunei - 404
Buddhism - 19, 43, 55, 66, 82, 83, 116, 124, 146, 176, 191, 242, 266, 293, 310, 330, 395,
406, 415, 487, 502, 523, 545, 559, 569, 570, 572, 578, 592, 619, 648
Burma [See Myanmar]
Burton [Richard F.] - 22, 87-94, 121
California - 457, 458
Calligraphy - 42, 62, 187, 188, 319, 385
Cambodia - 451, 551, 598
Cartography - 109, 131, 186, 435
Catholics - 34, 151, 369, 547, 548, 632, 633
Censorship - 198
Central Asia (almost all under specific countries) - 107, 245, 291
Ceramics & Porcelain - 75, 309, 473, 492
Children’s Books - 295
China (Tibet is separately indexed) - 17-19, 31, 32, 36, 42, 43, 45, 60, 62, 64, 66, 67, 70, 75,
96, 98, 100, 103, 105, 107, 114, 115, 119, 120, 124, 127, 129, 131, 134-137, 140, 148, 149,
155, 161-163, 172, 176, 181, 184, 185, 187, 188, 197, 198, 201, 203, 205, 206, 210, 211,
213, 217, 222, 226, 245, 249, 251, 252, 269, 278, 279, 283, 284, 291, 294, 295, 299, 309,
315, 316, 319, 326, 331-334, 338, 341, 362, 372, 373, 377, 379, 384, 385, 389, 390, 397,
407, 408, 413, 416, 422, 437, 445, 446, 453, 455, 459, 460, 463, 468-471, 473-475, 478,
481-483, 492, 495, 505, 509, 513, 515, 526, 529, 533, 536, 539, 544, 553, 561, 567, 579,
581-583, 589, 590, 593, 594, 596, 605, 626, 633, 647, 649, 653
Circus - 355
Confucianism - 43
Cookery & Cookbooks - 277, 327
Crepe Paper Books - 139, 223, 224
Dance - 568
Demography - 428-435, 600, 601
Drama - 158, 508
Earthquakes - 165
Economics, Business and Banking - 173, 218, 238, 323, 427, 452, 536, 623, 627
Education - 232, 253, 262, 264, 276, 318, 460, 462, 594, 600, 625, 626
Elephants - 168, 169
Erotica - 22, 119
Falconry - 87
Fiction & Poetry - 78, 119, 172, 175, 176, 211, 223, 224, 228, 288- 290, 295, 484, 586, 612
Flags - 28
Floods - 474
Folklore & Folk Tales - 90, 91, 139, 223, 224, 310, 393, 484, 648
Furniture - 105
Gambling - 234
Gardens & Gardening - 249, 391
Geography - 11-13, 214, 390, 489, 513, 600, 601
Goa - 34, 88, 98, 547
Hawaii - 77, 220, 294, 407, 454, 531, 585
Hinduism - 14, 111, 141, 167-169, 219, 242, 273, 304, 409, 487, 524
Hong Kong - 185, 579
Horses - 195, 535
Hunting - 38, 73, 87, 184, 221, 439
India - 6, 9, 10, 14, 19, 22-26, 34, 36, 52, 58, 71-73, 76, 79, 88-91, 93-95, 111, 121, 123,
130, 138, 141, 143, 144, 152, 160, 167-169, 170, 183, 189, 192, 194, 195, 200, 207, 215,
219, 234, 240-242, 246, 247, 255, 258, 259, 273, 277, 285, 288, 289, 304, 306, 307, 317,
318, 325, 326, 328, 330, 338, 344, 348, 349, 351, 353, 355, 356, 360, 362, 365, 366, 369,
393, 394, 402, 409, 411, 412, 417, 421, 424, 438, 439, 441, 448, 449, 455, 456, 459, 463,
465-467, 479, 480, 487, 490, 493, 505, 507, 516, 518-521, 524, 537, 547-549, 552, 556, 557,
562, 572, 581, 583, 610-612, 618, 621, 623, 625, 627, 631, 632, 634, 635, 642-644, 646,
Indonesia - 81, 101, 158, 164, 215, 261, 275, 293, 336, 353, 367, 421, 464, 494, 563, 568,
Iran - 57, 69, 72, 305, 393, 610, 611
Islam - 6. 76, 120, 194
Japan - 4, 30, 45, 77, 78, 97, 104, 116, 122, 139, 150, 157, 159, 165, 166, 175, 177, 179,
193, 208, 209, 214, 220, 223, 224, 230-232, 239, 244, 256, 257, 260-265, 271, 281-284, 290,
297-300, 302, 303, 308, 310, 311, 313, 324, 338, 354, 358, 370, 375, 376, 378, 382, 383,
386-388, 391, 392, 399, 403, 405, 407, 410, 445, 446, 452, 453, 462, 472, 475, 514, 522,
531, 532, 538, 542, 554, 559, 560, 565, 569-571, 575, 577, 578, 580, 581, 589, 595, 597,
602, 605, 614, 617, 624, 630, 636, 648, 651, 652
Kashmir - 70, 395, 424, 647
Kazakhstan - 1, 8, 44, 48, 85, 128, 202, 346, 352, 587
Korea - 53, 63, 77, 118, 134, 204, 208, 209, 238, 250, 254, 274, 282-284, 301, 302, 311,
320-322, 420, 436, 442, 444, 477, 484, 499, 500, 512, 543, 629
Kyrgyzstan - 1, 44, 125, 202, 587
Labor - 17
Ladakh - 160
Laos - 16, 65, 276, 363, 598
Law - 127, 194, 302, 613, 640
Linguistics - 10, 19, 39, 207, 220, 300, 340, 361, 413, 495, 509, 556, 573
Limited Editions Club - 288, 289
Literary Criticism - 196, 368, 514, 617
Macao - 98
Malaysia - 41, 186, 215, 233, 261, 380, 489, 494, 563, 575, 640
Medical - 9, 100, 412, 440, 447, 555
Military - 11-13, 114, 121, 133, 174, 185, 215, 258, 265, 268, 270, 294, 339, 346, 347, 351,
362, 371, 392, 394, 407, 408, 414, 436-444, 450, 453, 455, 476, 493, 533, 552, 596, 605,
Mirrors - 201
Missionaries - 64, 100, 102, 135, 142, 161-163, 166, 210, 213, 251, 252, 338, 358, 369, 371,
372, 460, 474, 499, 547, 548, 556, 585, 626, 632, 635
Mongolia - 3, 39, 107, 113, 196, 212, 228, 340, 359, 418, 482, 488, 535, 539
Mosquitoes - 311
Mountains and Mountaineering - 145, 203, 287, 290, 337, 534, 541, 642
Music - 7, 48, 179, 621
Myanmar (Burma) - 18, 84, 142, 143, 285, 287, 353, 421, 441, 456, 551
Natural History - 73, 81, 87, 285, 287, 311, 412, 481, 537
Nautical - 32, 46, 47, 77, 171, 208, 209, 297, 392, 407, 437, 446, 516, 533, 596, 602
Nepal - 143, 241, 314, 337, 423, 591, 607, 608, 618, 634, 642
Netherlands (see also Indonesia) - 20, 21
New Guinea & Papua New Guinea - 327, 350, 367, 443, 454, 501, 555, 637, 645
Newspapers - 408, 636
Odd Volumes - 166, 325, 423, 498, 558, 602, 604, 630, 649
Okinawa - 157, 208, 209, 214, 270, 294, 624
Pacific Islands - 46, 47, 77, 171, 220, 267, 270, 294, 396, 407. 454, 527, 531, 585. 599, 622
Pacifism - 339
Pakistan - 10, 69, 87, 92-94, 125, 144, 174, 192, 207, 216, 248, 280, 349, 371, 394, 440, 450,
505, 517, 545, 552, 616, 647
Papermaking - 239, 399
Periodicals - 93, 107, 159, 177, 213, 247, 252, 298, 301, 512, 522, 589
Philippines - 5, 11-13, 15, 28, 61, 74, 117, 131, 133, 156, 173, 178, 218, 261, 268, 323, 333,
335, 357, 361, 368, 425-435, 443, 445, 454, 457, 458, 476, 485, 486, 494, 498, 508, 530,
531, 563, 573, 575, 600, 601, 603, 604, 609, 638
Philosophy - 269, 487
Photography - 53, 67, 191, 193, 328, 355, 436-463, 467, 476-478, 560, 577, 645
Pirates - 563
Portugal - 2, 98, 417, 547
Postcards - 463, 475-478
Railroads - 52, 561
Religion (mostly under Missionaries and individual faiths) - 23, 43, 49, 59, 97, 166, 235, 303,
308, 381, 506, 511, 629
Russia (and USSR) - 8, 85, 95, 229, 284, 324, 346, 539, 553, 566, 605, 606, 607
Salvation Army - 232
Sarawak - 41, 233, 563
Science & Mathematics - 115, 123, 177, 378, 397, 402, 465, 529, 594
Shamanism - 359, 539
Siberia - 45, 505, 539, 606
Signed Items - 5, 15, 40, 42, 60, 74, 135, 143, 162, 163, 169, 170, 173, 185, 195, 199, 218,
233, 237, 244, 278, 290, 322, 328, 341, 355, 384, 394, 406, 409, 466, 486, 490, 494, 523,
527, 562, 573, 576, 622
Sikhs - 23, 365, 366, 549
Sikkim & Bhutan - 29, 59, 326, 344, 525, 618, 641
Silver - 278, 279
Singapore - 129, 215, 447, 510, 640
Sri Lanka - 2, 20, 21, 38, 108, 109, 153, 192, 199, 296, 374, 461, 491, 496, 551, 564, 588
Swords - 257, 265, 493
Taiwan - 45, 77, 129
Tajikistan - 7, 35, 44, 48, 54, 55, 69, 125, 140, 182, 305, 398, 587, 639
Tea - 30, 247, 461
Telephone Directories - 16
Textiles - 483
Thailand - 65, 80, 126, 154, 243, 253, 261, 451, 456, 546, 551, 558
Tibet - 9, 33, 36, 37, 39, 49-51, 56, 59, 68, 86, 95, 99, 102, 110, 140, 143, 145, 147, 151,
184, 191, 221, 225, 227, 235-237, 272, 286, 291, 306, 312, 314, 326, 330, 337, 342-345,
406, 414, 422, 423, 479-482, 497, 502-505, 507, 540, 541, 583, 586, 592, 615, 619, 620,
628, 642, 646
Travel Guides - 108, 134, 261, 344, 380, 386-388, 468-470, 561, 564, 598, 606
Turkmenistan - 1, 44, 48, 69, 85, 128, 140, 587
Uzbekistan - 1, 27, 35, 44, 54, 55, 57, 69, 70, 106, 112, 114, 128, 140, 180, 182, 226, 292,
305, 346., 401, 566, 587
Vietnam - 339, 364, 576, 598, 613
Women’s Studies & Women Travelers - 63, 64, 71, 102, 147, 160-163, 232, 274, 313, 315,
375, 383, 440, 566, 567, 577, 585, 622
World War II - 11-13, 270, 294, 362, 437, 438-441, 443, 444, 450, 454, 455, 459, 533, 575,
Yoga - 200
Zoroastrianism - 307