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THOUGHTS AND ADVENTURES

-First English “Times Book Club” Edition-

By: Winston S. Churchill

This is a very good copy of the rarely-seen [London] “Times Book Club” edition, which was bound from early edition sheets but in a plainer binding of smooth dark green…

THOUGHTS AND ADVENTURES

-First English Edition in Dust Jacket-

By: Winston S. Churchill

This is a very good First English edition copy in the handsome and extraordinarily rare dust jacket, which is unclipped, if a bit darkened with age. The jacket is intact…

THE LIFE AND THOUGHTS OF LOUIS ARMSTRONG

A Self Portrait

By: Richard Meryman

Eakins Press’s gorgeous re-rendering of Richard Meryman’s famous 1966 interview with Armstrong for Time Magazine. This is the “Special” limited edition, number 6 of 100 copies, with a hand-pulled gravure…

COSMOPOLITAN: “The Battle of Sidney Street”

-Magazine Article-

By: Winston S. Churchill

…appearance of this Churchill essay following U.K. publication in Nash’s Pall Mall (February 1924). Later included in THOUGHTS AND ADVENTURES. This is a very good copy of a stunning magazine….

COSMOPOLITAN: “Adventures in the Air”

-Magazine Article-

By: Winston S. Churchill

…of His Experiences in the Years Before the War & Some Memories of Gustav Hamel.” The essay was later included in THOUGHTS AND ADVENTURES. This is a very good copy…

GREAT CONTEMPORARIES: Churchill Reflects on FDR, Hitler, Kipling, Chaplin, Balfour and Other Giants of His Age

-Recent Paperback Reissue-

By: Winston S. Churchill (edited by James W. Muller)

…previous editions, as well as an introduction by volume editor James W. Mueller, who also edited and introduced the 2009 paperback reissue of Churchill’s THOUGHTS AND ADVENTURES (see item 15047)….

THE TAXIS OF THE MARNE

By: Jean Dutourd

By a French soldier, POW after fourteen days in 1940; his captivity & thoughts of 1914. Translated from the French by Harold KingA very good copy, without dust jacket (244…

MORE MEMORIES

By: Margot Oxford

Tart reminiscences by the opinionated wife of H.H. Asquith, with more waspish thoughts about Winston Churchill, about whom she was invariably, if affectionately, wrong. This is a very good of…

I MEAN YOU KNOW

By: Warren Lehrer

…The walls become translucent. Barriers that separate the thoughts of the solitary workers dissolve. The characters reveal themselves through the melody and rhythm of their speech.“ This is a virtually…

SELECTED WRITINGS OF FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE

By: Florence Nightingale

…reader with Nightingale’s thoughts on the theory and practice of nursing and nurse training. Compiled by Lucy Ridgely Seymer. A very good copy, corners a bit worn, covers slightly scuffed,…