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1 Curtin, D. Thomas Men, Oil and War
Petroleum Industry Committee, Chicago 1946 1st Edition Hardcover Good No Jacket 
ex-library, some wear to cover, no dust jacket. Black and white photo at title page, interior very clean, pages slightly aged, binding tight, pages secure. First edition copyright 1946 by The Petroleum Industry Committee for District No. 2 Chicago. Frank Phillips was chairman of the committee, probably the reason for this book's inclusion in the Vinita Oklahoma library. Our book number 29032. Your price: $7.00 
Price: 7.00 USD
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The Practical Cogitator or The Thinker's Anthology, Curtis, Charles P. Jr., and Greenslet, Ferris (selected and edited by)
2 Curtis, Charles P. Jr., and Greenslet, Ferris (selected and edited by) The Practical Cogitator or The Thinker's Anthology
U.S.A. Houghton Mifflin Company - Boston, The Riverside Press Cambridge 1945 1st Hardcover Good No Dust Jacket 4.5 Earle, Edison (decorations by) 
4.5" x 7.5". 577 pages. An anthology of prose, poetry and thought, ancient and modern, with an emphasis on the modern. Small stain on corner of front cover and wear to that corner. Cloth on boards. Minor shelf wear to top and bottom of spine. Pages clean, paper slightly aged. "The editors laid down certain rules: Nothing that is probably already too familiar or too accessible. Nothing purely inspirational, nothing sentimental. And yet nothing cynical. Nobility of thought keeps on the crown of the road, out of the gutters..." Looks like exactly the right book for the Poet-Philosopher in you. Categories: Man in Search of Himself, He Solicits His Past, He Turns to Nature, And Scrutinizes Her, And Himself, He Lives with His Fellows, They Better Their Condition, They Must Have Peace, Security and Liberty, And Justice, He Seeks Beauty, And Friendship and Love, And Even Something More, He Takes Better Aim. If ever there was a book for the real thinking person, this was it. Aside from the stain and damage to the lower front corner, a very nice copy. Our listing number 48028. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Doctor Who and an Unearthly Child, Dicks, Terrance
3 Dicks, Terrance Doctor Who and an Unearthly Child
Great Britain A Target Book, published by the paperback division of W. H. Allen & Co., Ltd., A Howard & Wyndham Company, 44 Hill Street, London, W1X 8LB, Distributed in USA by Lyle Stuart, 120 Enterprise Ave., Secaucus, New Jersey, 07094 1985 0426201442 / 9780426201441 5th or later Edition Soft cover Very Good No Jacket 4 1/4" X 7" 
Number 68 in the Doctor Who Library. "First Publication of the very First Doctor Who Story. A strange girl who knows far more than she should about the past--and the future..Two worried teachers whose curiosity leads them to a deserted junk yard, an extraordinary Police Box and a mysterious traveller known only as the Doctor. A fantastic journey through Space and Time ending in a terrifying adventure at the dawn of history..DOCTOR WHO AND THE UNEARTHLY CHILD THE BEGINNING OF A LEGEND" Never read, new book. clean and bright covers, tight pages. and for some odd reason, book number 68 in the series. go figure. 128 pages, slightly aged paper. Private collection. Our book number 306. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Celtic Women; Women in Celtic Society and Literature, Ellis, Peter Berresford
4 Ellis, Peter Berresford Celtic Women; Women in Celtic Society and Literature
USA Wm. B. Erdmans Publishing Co. 1996 0802838081 / 9780802838087 Soft Cover Good No Dust Jacket, as issued 6.25 
6.25" x 9.25", 288 pages. irst American Edition. Clean paperback. Cover creased and slightly curled. Text clean. Spine unbroken. "...shows how early Celtic society was the original egalitarian model, where no distinctions existed between female and male, other than by quality of mind and physical attributes. We are given ample reason to believe that the early Celtic society...was the essence of the original meaning of civilization." Our book number 28018. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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5 Stine, R. L. A Night in Terror Tower
An Apple Paperback, A Parachute Press Book, Schoolastic Inc., 555 Broadway, New York, New York, 10012, U.S.A. 1995 059048351X / 9780590483513 1st Edition Soft cover Good No Jacket 
Book is used, previous owner's name on ttle page, apparently crossed out the numbers of the books he had collected on the back of the title page where the series is listed. book is clean and tight., has been read, some shelf wear to edges. "It's gonna be a L-O-N-G night!" A Night In Terror Tower. "Sue and her brother, Eddie, are visiting Londonwhen they run into a little problem. They can't find their tour group. Still, there's no reason to panic. No way their tour guide would just leave them. All alone. In a gloomy old prison tower. No Way they'd get locked inside. After dark. With those eerie sounds.." PLEASE HELP PUT ME THROUGH GAMING COLLEGE! BUY THIS BOOK! 
Price: 5.00 USD
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