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Essays in Modern European Historiography / Edited and with an introd. by S. William Halperin - Halperin, S. William [ed./comp.]
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1970, ISBN: 9780226314457

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NY: Random Housepub. Good+. 1948. HARDCOVER. 5x8". GOOD+ Cond VG DJ; 302pg pages; DJ At One Time Taped To Book; Tape Marks Remain. Pictorial End Papers. Famous Newspapers From the ALTA..the CALL..CHRONICLE.. ., Random Housepub, 1948, New York: Schocken Books Inc, 1965. First Shocken Paperback Edition. Trade paperback. Good. COver has some wear and soiling.. Frost, A. B.. xx, 198, [2] p79 Illustrations. Introduction by Stella Brewer Brookes. From Wikipedia: "Joel Chandler Harris (December 9, 1848 July 3, 1908) was an American journalist, fiction writer, and folklorist best known for his collection of Uncle Remus stories. Harris was born in Eatonton, Georgia, where he served as an apprentice on a plantation during his teenage years. He spent the majority of his adult life in Atlanta working as an associate editor at the Atlanta Constitution. Harris led two professional lives: as the editor and journalist known as Joe Harris, he supported a vision of the New South with the editor Henry W. Grady (1880-1889), stressing regional and racial reconciliation after the Reconstruction era. As Joel Chandler Harris, fiction writer and folklorist, he wrote many 'Brer Rabbit' stories from the African-American oral tradition and helped to revolutionize literature in the process....Not long after taking the newspaper job, Harris began writing the Uncle Remus stories as a serial to "preserve in permanent shape those curious mementoes of a period that will no doubt be sadly misrepresented by historians of the future."[9] The tales were reprinted across the United States, and Harris was approached by publisher D. Appleton and Company to compile them for a book. Uncle Remus: His Songs and His Sayings was published near the end of 1880. Hundreds of newspapers reviewed the best-seller, and Harris received national attention. Of the press and attention Walter Hines Page noted, "Joe Harris does not appreciate Joel Chandler Harris." Royalties from the book were modest, but allowed Harris to rent a six-room house in West End, an unincorporated village on the outskirts of Atlanta, to accommodate his growing family. Two years later Harris bought the house and hired the architect George Humphries to transform the farmhouse into a Queen Anne Victorian in the Eastlake style. The home, soon thereafter called The Wren's Nest, was where Harris spent most of his time. Harris preferred to write at the Wren's Nest. He published prodigiously throughout the 1880s and 1890s, trying his hand at novels, children's literature, and a translation of French folklore. Yet he rarely strayed from home and work during this time. He chose to stay close to his family and his gardening. Harris and his wife Essie had seven more children in Atlanta, with a total of six (out of nine) surviving past childhood. By the late 1890s, Harris was tired of the newspaper grind and suffered from health problems, likely stemming from alcoholism. At the same time, he grew more comfortable with his creative persona. Harris retired from the Constitution in 1900. He continued experimenting with novels and wrote articles for outlets such as The Saturday Evening Post. Still, he remained close to home, refusing to travel to accept honorary degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Emory College. In 1905 Harris was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Harris traveled to accept an invitation to the White House by President Theodore Roosevelt. Two years earlier, Roosevelt had said, "Presidents may come and presidents may go, but Uncle Remus stays put. Georgia has done a great many things for the Union, but she has never done more than when she gave Mr. Joel Chandler Harris to American literature." On July 3, 1908, Joel Chandler Harris died of acute nephritis and complications from cirrhosis of the liver. In his obituary, the New York Times Book Review echoed Roosevelt's sentiment, stating: Uncle Remus cannot die. Joel Chandler Harris has departed this life at the age of 60 [...] but his best creation, [Uncle Remus] with his fund of folk-lore, will live in literature."" Also from Wikipedia: "Arthur Burdett Frost (January 17, 1851-June 22, 1928), was an early American illustrator, graphic artist and comics writer. He was also well known as a painter. Frost's work is well known for its dynamic representation of motion and sequence. Frost is considered one of the great illustrators., Schocken Books Inc, 1965, The University Of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1970. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. ; 378 pages; Contents: Rafael Altamira (1866-1951), by J. E. Fagg. --Alphonse Aulard (1849-1929), by J. L. Godfrey. --Hans Delbrulck (1848-1929), by R. H. Bauer. --George Peabody Gooch (1873-1968), by F. L. Hadsel. --Gabriel Hanotaux (1853-1944), by V. S. Vetter. --Karl Gotthard Lamprecht (1856-1915), by A. M. Popper. --Ernest Lavisse (1842-1922), by D. F. Lach. --Georges Lefebvre (1874-1959), by G. H. McNeil. --Sir Richard Lodge (1855-1936), by J. H. Davis. --Erich Marcks (1861-1938), by G. M. Stewart. --Albert Mathiez (1874-1932), by F. Acomb. --Pierre Renouvin (1893- ), by S. W. Halperin. --Francesco Ruffini (1863-1934), by S. W. Halperin. --Gustav von Schmoller (1838-1917), by P. R. Anderson. --Henri Sele (1864-1936), by H. T. Parker. --Charles Seignobos (1854-1942), by G. H. McNeil. xxii, 378 p. 21 cm., The University Of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1970

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1970, ISBN: 0226314456

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[EAN: 9780226314457], [PU: The University Of Chicago Press, Chicago], Biography & Autobiography|Historical, Jacket, Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. ; 378 pages; Contents: Rafael Altamira (1866-1951), by J. E. Fagg. --Alphonse Aulard (1849-1929), by J. L. Godfrey. --Hans Delbrulck (1848-1929), by R. H. Bauer. --George Peabody Gooch (1873-1968), by F. L. Hadsel. --Gabriel Hanotaux (1853-1944), by V. S. Vetter. --Karl Gotthard Lamprecht (1856-1915), by A. M. Popper. --Ernest Lavisse (1842-1922), by D. F. Lach. --Georges Lefebvre (1874-1959), by G. H. McNeil. --Sir Richard Lodge (1855-1936), by J. H. Davis. --Erich Marcks (1861-1938), by G. M. Stewart. --Albert Mathiez (1874-1932), by F. Acomb. --Pierre Renouvin (1893- ), by S. W. Halperin. --Francesco Ruffini (1863-1934), by S. W. Halperin. --Gustav von Schmoller (1838-1917), by P. R. Anderson. --Henri Sele (1864-1936), by H. T. Parker. --Charles Seignobos (1854-1942), by G. H. McNeil. xxii, 378 p. 21 cm. 1 Kg. 378 pp.

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[EAN: 9780226314457], [PU: The University Of Chicago Press, Chicago], Biography & Autobiography|Historical, Jacket, Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. ; 378 pages; Contents: Rafael Altamira (1866-1951), by J. E. Fagg. --Alphonse Aulard (1849-1929), by J. L. Godfrey. --Hans Delbrulck (1848-1929), by R. H. Bauer. --George Peabody Gooch (1873-1968), by F. L. Hadsel. --Gabriel Hanotaux (1853-1944), by V. S. Vetter. --Karl Gotthard Lamprecht (1856-1915), by A. M. Popper. --Ernest Lavisse (1842-1922), by D. F. Lach. --Georges Lefebvre (1874-1959), by G. H. McNeil. --Sir Richard Lodge (1855-1936), by J. H. Davis. --Erich Marcks (1861-1938), by G. M. Stewart. --Albert Mathiez (1874-1932), by F. Acomb. --Pierre Renouvin (1893- ), by S. W. Halperin. --Francesco Ruffini (1863-1934), by S. W. Halperin. --Gustav von Schmoller (1838-1917), by P. R. Anderson. --Henri Sele (1864-1936), by H. T. Parker. --Charles Seignobos (1854-1942), by G. H. McNeil. xxii, 378 p. 21 cm. 1 Kg. 378 pp.

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The University Of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1970. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. ; 378 pages; Contents: Rafael Altamira (1866-1951), by J. E. Fagg. --Alphonse Aulard (1849-1929), by J. L. Godfrey. --Hans Delbrulck (1848-1929), by R. H. Bauer. --George Peabody Gooch (1873-1968), by F. L. Hadsel. --Gabriel Hanotaux (1853-1944), by V. S. Vetter. --Karl Gotthard Lamprecht (1856-1915), by A. M. Popper. --Ernest Lavisse (1842-1922), by D. F. Lach. --Georges Lefebvre (1874-1959), by G. H. McNeil. --Sir Richard Lodge (1855-1936), by J. H. Davis. --Erich Marcks (1861-1938), by G. M. Stewart. --Albert Mathiez (1874-1932), by F. Acomb. --Pierre Renouvin (1893- ), by S. W. Halperin. --Francesco Ruffini (1863-1934), by S. W. Halperin. --Gustav von Schmoller (1838-1917), by P. R. Anderson. --Henri Sele (1864-1936), by H. T. Parker. --Charles Seignobos (1854-1942), by G. H. McNeil. xxii, 378 p. 21 cm., The University Of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1970

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1970, ISBN: 0226314456

Hardcover, ID: 647422319

[EAN: 9780226314457], [PU: The University Of Chicago Press, Chicago], Jacket, Contents: Rafael Altamira (1866-1951), by J. E. Fagg. --Alphonse Aulard (1849-1929), by J. L. Godfrey. --Hans Delbrulck (1848-1929), by R. H. Bauer. --George Peabody Gooch (1873-1968), by F. L. Hadsel. --Gabriel Hanotaux (1853-1944), by V. S. Vetter. --Karl Gotthard Lamprecht (1856-1915), by A. M. Popper. --Ernest Lavisse (1842-1922), by D. F. Lach. --Georges Lefebvre (1874-1959), by G. H. McNeil. --Sir Richard Lodge (1855-1936), by J. H. Davis. --Erich Marcks (1861-1938), by G. M. Stewart. --Albert Mathiez (1874-1932), by F. Acomb. --Pierre Renouvin (1893- ), by S. W. Halperin. --Francesco Ruffini (1863-1934), by S. W. Halperin. --Gustav von Schmoller (1838-1917), by P. R. Anderson. --Henri Sele (1864-1936), by H. T. Parker. --Charles Seignobos (1854-1942), by G. H. McNeil. xxii, 378 p. 21 cm. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. 1 Kg. 378 pp.

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