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1 Toynbee, Arnold Half the World: The History and Culture of China and Japan
USA Thames & Hudson Ltd 1973 0030107164 / 9780030107160 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Good 
0030107164 368 pages. Index. 530 illustrations, 160 in colour. 370 Photographs, engravings, drawings and maps. "Here East Asia, past and present, comes to life wiht a vividness and authenticity that has no precedent." - from dust jacket. Light to moderate wear. Library discard stamp upon decorated front endpaper else unmarked. Minor dampstains to rust coloured cloth upon front board. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. Nice copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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2 Toynbee, Arnold; Blandford, J.R.; Chappelle, Dickey; Foster, Ward H.; DeCaro, G.J.; Greene, T.N. Marine Corps Gazette - Professional Magazine for United States Marines, February (Feb.) 1960, Number 2, Volume 44 - How Castro Won
USA Marine Corps Association 1960 B01B2KUBU0 First Edition Paperback Good 
B01B2KUBU0 72 pages. Features: Camp Pendleton cover illustration; Bell Telephone ad features photo of award-winner Dr. James W. McRae; Democratic Control in a Totalitarian Age; Sovite Amphibious Analysis; Ready to Fight, Part I - report from the ready forces, The 1st (First) Marine Division (REINF); Part 2 - Programs to Improve Readiness; How Castro Won - the eyewitness story of small unit actions - excellent photo-illustrated article; The Marine Reserve; Someone Inspects You Every Day; The Salty Skipper Says....; Support by Fire - Part VIII - Targets; The Commandant's Policies; Unofficial digest of orders and news of Marine leaders; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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3 Lewis, Anthony; Powledge, Fred; Grose, Peter; Moos, Malcolm; Toynbee, Arnold J.; Boroff, David; Jacobs, Hayes B.; Peck, Seymour; Sansom, William; Carthew, Anthony The New York Times Magazine, May 10, 1964 - Henry Cabot Lodge
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Fair 
108 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Average wear. Ten Years of Irreversible Revolution in the Patterns of Negro-white relations after the Supreme Court's decision on school segregation - article with many great civil rights photos; 'Mason-Dixon Line' in Queens - Junction Boulevard; Portrait of the Distant 'Candidate' - Henry Cabot Lodge; Are Long Presidential Campaigns necessary?; Why I Dislike Western Civilization - Arnold Toynbee explains why contemporary society annoys and frightens him; Salute to the Military; A Plea to Save the Liberal Arts; Wake-up War Between Patient and Nurse - why must hospital patients be awakened so early?; The Special Magic which draws so may to ocean voyages; Why Kids Run Away From Home; United States Lines ad features color photos of Hildegarde, Leon Cherksey of Ambler PA and Mrs. Reed Albee; Nice Sheaffer pen ad; Back cover color Benson & Hedges ad features badges of the International Sports Car Club, Long Island Sports Car Assoc., Chicago Region SCCA, Jaguar Clubs of North America and California Sports Car Club Region. Dance photo missing from page 83. Fashion photo on page 60 missing. Faint library stamp on front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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4 Morgenthau, Hans; Toynbee, Arnold J.; Teller, Edward; Dale, Edwin L. Jr.; Popkin, Henry; Streit, Pierre; Morris, James; Salzman, Eric; Canaday, John; Kahn, David; Sullivan, Frank The New York Times Magazine, November 27, 1960 - Aaron Copland
New York The New York Times Company 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair 
148 pages. Features: JFK - Alone With Himself and History; The White House - Office, Shrine, Palace and Home - photos; The Wave of the Future - an argument that America must recapture her pioneering spirit to capture the imaginations of the uncommitted nations of the world; Perilous Illusion - Secrecy is Security - Edward Teller argues that free discussion in the nuclear field could strengthen the free world militarily and morally; Two Instincts Tug at Europe - unity vs. nationalism - article with hotos; ; Williams, Osborne, or Beckett? - each is a leader of drama in his nation - article with photos; Remote Views of Us - views of the American way from the 'man in the street' in Asia and the Middle East; Again the Timeless Flow of Ritual - photo-illustrated article on England's pomp and circumstance; Dean of Our Composers at 60 - Aaron Copland - article with photo; Portraits - Self and Other - the current Whistler Exhibition at Knoedler's; LGCN OTUU Willwqh Wl Etfown - how military codes can influence the cold war; Uncivil Thoughts on the Civil War - difficulties which may loom as the 100th anniversary of you know what nears; Official photos of Beijing (Peiping) welcoming foreign dignitaries recently - U Nu, Sekou Toure, Abbas Ferhat and Panchen Erdeni; Color-photo one-page ad for the SS President Polk which will be sailing 'round the world May 27th; Space age art show; Ladies' resort fashion photos (striking photos by Hiro) and sketches; Photo of Port Authority Bus Terminal contrasted with renderings of how it will appear after expansion; Vacations from Parenthood? - should parents leave children behind while taking vacations?; Cranberry recipes; Nice one-page color Christmas ad for the Red Carpet Fruit Club - boxed fruit gifts from Myron Foster's Hesperian Orchards, Wenatchee, WA; Color ad for MIssion Pak orchard-fresh Christmas gifts from California; Full-page ad for the s.s. United States (3 business days to Europe) featuring photo of Mr. W.S. Morrison, President, U.S. Steel Export Company, with Commodore John W. Anderson on the deck of the ship; Cobbs color ad for Christmas gifts (in poor condition) on back cover; Numerous gorgeous color-photo fashion ads, our favorite being the one for Surprise lingerie.. Front cover - featuring JFK and Jackie - in very poor condition. Lower corner of most pages nibbled away - some text affected. Uncommon, thus worth preserving. If you are concerned about condition, please do not order this item. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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5 Lilienthal, David E.; Toynbee, Arnold J.; Sitton, Claude; Lisagor, Peter; Braestrup, Peter; Payne, Robert; Daley, Arthur; Kimble, George H.T.; Mayer, Martin; Keats, John; Boroff, David The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 29, 1963 - The Southern Negro Drives for the Vote
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good 
116 pages. Features: Cover photo of U.N. Delegates in Session; RCA Victor "Dynagroove' record ad features Henry Mancini, Peter Nero, Ann Margret and six other stars; Beautiful fashion ads for men and women; Columbia Masterworks one-page photo ad features Isaac Stern playing with kids; Skeptical Looks at 'Scientific Experts'; WWII Cartoons by David Low; Toynbee considers if a race war is shaping up between the white and colored races - particularly if Communist China makes a bid for world dominion; What Next after the march on Washington and the Birmingham Bombing? - Five Negro Leaders Reply; The Southern Negro Drives for the Vote - Six photos with text; New Record for V.I.P. Hosting at the White House brings changes to their care and feeding; Algeria's Ben Bella; Gentle and Tough Women in History; The World Series (Serious) Then and Now - with photo of fans on the field during the first World Series; Handicap for New Nations - Climate - article with photo of dozens of swamp workers in the Congo; Julius Rudel of the New York CIty Opera; The Old Care Craze Shift Into High - article with photos of vintage cars; Nice color-photo Jace East ad; RCA Victor consumer electronics - massive 8-page color advertising feature; Beach, Bohemia, Barracks - Brooklyn, the city-within-a-city of 2,600,000; Nice color-photo ad for Collins & Aikman toys; Sara Lee Danish Coffee Cake color ad; Suede fashion photos for women; L&M cigarette hunting scene ad; Photo of JFK in an open (convertible) Lincoln Continental limo. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
Price: 199.95 USD
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