New York: The World Publishing Company, 1969. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, viii, 251 pp., b/w photos.
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New York: The Century Co., 1932. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in chipped dust jacket with some clear tape repair, map endpapers, xviii, 360 pp., bibliography, index.
Cincinnati: Jennings and Pye and Eaton and Mains, New York, 1903. Hardbound. Small octavo, blue cloth with white letteringon the spine and front board and with a pastedown photo on the front board, wear to the spine lettering, frontispiece map, 303 pp., a few b/w photos,
City of Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1942. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 86 pp., b/w photos, maps, fold-out map, selected bibliography. Smithsonian Institution, War Background Studies, Number Four (Publication 3694).
Washington, D.C. Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census, 1904. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 100 pp., mostly tables.
[Tokyo]: The Ornithological Society of Japan, 1929/30. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, xii, 137, 7 pp., b/w photos, short section in Japanese at the rear. Supplementary Publication No. XIII, The Ornithological Society of Japan, Decemober, 1929.
Navotas, Rizal, Philippines: The National Book Store, Inc., 1974. Softbound. Small octavo, foxed paper covers with flaps, frontispiece photo of Ferdinand Marcos, vi, 347 pp., select bibliography, index.
Rizal, Philippines: Tandem Publishing Company, 1969. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers, xx, 232 pp., b/w photos. An uncommon version of this early biography by an author who later wrote a widely available and probably very different story.
Baguio, Philippines: Baguio Printing & Publishing Co., Inc., 1953. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with clear tape repair at the head of the spine and a couple of very small holes to the front panel, xvi, 184 pp., map, many b/w photos, Mayors and Councilmen of Baguio Since Its Declaration as.....
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1898. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers red string binding, 16 pp. An Original Copy. Van Dyke was a prominent liberal Protestant. This sermon accepts the fact that the US had taken various Spanish possessions. However, it is a strong opposition to American imperialism and empire. He.....
Notre Dame, Indiana: The University Press, 1904. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers with slight soiling, 59 pp. An original edition.
Madrid: Imprenta de la Viuda de J.M. Perez, 1881. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with minor wear to the spine, 260 pp., index. Text is in Spanish.
Manila, Philippines: Rocon & Associates, 1972. First Edition. Softbound. Small octavo, paper covers, 96 pp., b/w drawings.
Washington, D.C. Catholic Anthropological Conference, 1936, 1938. Softbound. Royal octavo,s paper cover, 81-186 pp. + 187-280 pp., texts with translation. Publications of the Catholic Anthropological Conference. Vol. III, No.2, pp. 81-186, Vol. III, No. 3, pp. 187-280.
Manila: Bureau of Printing, 1913. Softbound. Octavo, green paper covers with black lettering, chipped at the spine ends, frontispiece illustration, 131 pp., b/w and color plates, tables, index.
Washington, D.C. Library of Congress, 1947. Hardbound. Royal octavo, red cloth spine, lightly soiled tan paper covered boards with brown and black lettering, 50, 78 pp. Introduction in English. Facsimile in Tagalog and Spanish both in Tagalog lettering and Roman lettering. One of 2500 copies.
New York: The Hobart Company, 1901. Hardbound. Octavo, red publishers cloth with white lettering and decorations in black and white, 342 pp.
Stockton, California: Muldowney Publishing Company, 1945. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket with chips to the top and bottom and tears around those chips, 293 pp., b/w photos. Inscribed by the author on the title-page.
Philippines: U.P. Writers' Club, 1935. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with minor wear to the spine and weat to the corner of the pastedown label on the front cover, soiling at the edges of the first few pages, 144 pp., b/w drawings, ads.
San Jose, California: Pilipino Development Associates, Inc., 1977. Hardbound. Octavo, printed paper covered boards, 172 pp., glossary pf Pilipino Words, Philippine Songs, Suggested Resources, index.
Mödling bei Wien: Verlag der Internationalen Zeitschrift "Anthropos" 1933. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, ii, 508 pp. Collection Internationale de Monographies Linguistiques, Bibliotheque Linquistique -Anthropos- Linguistische Bibliothek Internationale Sammlung Linguistischer Monographien Tome XII Band.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1951. Softbound. Octavo in dust jacket, 61-110 pp., bibliography.
Tacloban City, Philippines: Dvine Word University Publication, 1967. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 281 pp., b/w photos. Articles are "Iluminado Lucente," Victoria S. Salazar, "Foreign Words in the Leyte-Samar Dialect (Lineyte-Samarnon)" Dr. Vincente I. de Veyra, "Negation and Question in the Leyte-Samar Dialect," Resurrection Caones-Sydiongco, "The Negation in Cebuano," Dr. Eugene.....
Washington, D.C. [United States Government Printing Office], 1900. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 48 pp., two pages of tables. An original copy.
Manila: National Heroes Commission, 1965. Softbound. Royal octavo, paper covers, frontispice portrait, xviii, 348 pp., index. Compiled and Translated by the National Heroes Commission. With a Preface by Carlos Quirino, Director of the National Library and Member of the Commission. Mabini was a Philippine revolutionary who became the leader of.....