• # 23565

    GRAY, Anne

    A. Henry Fullwood. War paintings

    Canberra : Australian War Memorial, 1983. Oblong quarto, cloth in illustrated dustjacket (lightly creased), pp. 96, illustrated. The first monograph on Fullwood, Official Artist for Australia in France and Belgium during the First World War.

  • # 23272

    MONASH, John

    Map of Heidelberg district

    Compiled from the information contained in Parish & County maps, supplemented by field surveys carried out under the direction of the Australian Intelligence Corps (3rd MD), John Monash Lt. Col. Photo-lithographed at the Dept. of Lands and Survey, Melbourne by W.J. Butson, 12.3.13. Melbourne : the Department, 1913. Lithographed map, 350 x 460 mm, printed …

  • # 23095

    WILKINSON, Norman (1878-1971)

    The Dardanelles : colour sketches from Gallipoli. (With an association inscription)

    / Written and drawn by Norman Wilkinson, R.I., with thirty full-page plates in colour, reproduced from water-colour drawings made on the spot, and a number of black-and-white illustrations. London : Longmans, Green and Co., 1915. First edition. Large square octavo, publisher’s pictorial cloth over boards (rubbed, corners bumped, spine-ends a little frayed), top edges gilt, …

  • # 23281

    WILKINSON, Norman (1878-1971)

    The Dardanelles : colour sketches from Gallipoli.

    / Written and drawn by Norman Wilkinson, R.I., with thirty full-page plates in colour, reproduced from water-colour drawings made on the spot, and a number of black-and-white illustrations. London : Longmans, Green and Co., 1916. Second impression. Large square octavo, publisher’s pictorial cloth over boards (spine faded, corners bumped), top edges gilt; illustrated with 30 …

  • # 23250


    Khaki comedy and newsy nonsense / by “Semaphore”.

    Melbourne, [Vic.] : E.H. Gibbs &​ Sons, [between 1942 and 1945]. Small octavo (180 x 125 mm), publisher’s printed brown wrappers (lightly foxed), staple bound, 32 pp; contents clean, a good copy. Australian wit and humour, written by a serviceman in the second AIF. Date of publication no earlier than 1942 as reference is made …

  • # 23119

    HAMILTON, Ian, General Sir

    Gallipoli diary.

    London : Edward Arnold, 1920. First edition. Two volumes, thick octavo, publisher’s navy cloth covered boards in dust wrappers (spines sunned and chipped at ends, a few light marks); Volume 1. pp xv, 387, with 10 photographic plates and folding map at rear; Volume 2. pp vii, 349, 8 (publisher’s advertisements), with 10 photographic plates …

  • # 23364


    Peace is our answer

    Linocuts by Noel Counihan ; and poems by Jack Lindsay ; with further prefatory poems by Paul Eluard, Pablo Neruda. Louis Aragon ; and a foreword by J.G. Crowther. London : Collets Holdings, [1950]. Octavo, ilustrated card wrappers by Counihan, paper sticker on upper wrapper, pp. [36]; poems and illustrations (12 full-page linocuts by Counihan, …

  • # 23274

    BEAN, C. E. W.

    Gallipoli mission

    Canberra : Australian War Memorial, 1952. Octavo, cloth in dustjacket (a few chips with loss to spine), pp. 406, illustrated. Second edition.

  • # 22816

    HAZELWOOD, Art; ROTZCHER, Klaus-Ulrich

    Tora Bora / توره بوره / Black dust : an opera in three acts

    [San Francisco : Art Hazelwood], 2011. Handmade artist’s book in the form of a foldout diorama. Screenprinted boards with cloth joints which open and assemble to create a theatrical stage 320 mm high, 250 mm deep, 710 mm wide, the floor of the stage lined with grooves into which can be inserted one or more …

  • # 23027

    MACARTHUR, Jean Marie (Faircloth) (1898-2000)

    [PHILIPPINES] Jean MacArthur, wife of U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur: typed letter, signed, sent from Manila in July 1945.

    Octavo (230 x 155 mm), [1] page typed letter on high quality writing paper, headed ‘A.P.O. 500, c/o Postmaster, San Francisco, July 14th, 1945’, signed at the foot in fountain pen ‘Jean’ [MacArthur]; addressed to a friend in California, Mary Ann [Saleeby], who had, along with her family, managed to survive the Japanese occupation of …

  • # 22705

    CHIANG, Mayling Soong (Madame Chiang Kai-shek); KAI-SHEK, Chiang

    Sian : a coup d’état and A fortnight in Sian : extracts from a diary

    Shanghai : The China Publishing Company, 1937. Octavo, gilt-lettered cloth (a little worn), bound in the Chinese manner, pp. x; 119, the paper folded as per a Chinese binding, endpapers creased and with early inscriptions, text in English, internally clean. First edition, de luxe printing. ‘This book has been printed on specially prepared Chinese paper …

  • # 23001

    SLATER, Joe (words & music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] Kitchener : march song & chorus.

    Cover: A triumphant, ever-welcome hit … Featured by the top singers of the vaudeville stage. Sydney : Albert & Son, [1909]. Folio, illustrated front cover with portrait of Kitchener, original owner’s inscription of ‘Mr. Roland Thomas 1909’, 3 pp of music notation (arrangement for voice and piano); in fine condition. John Joseph “Joe” Slater (1872-1926) was an Australian composer …

  • # 23010

    ARMSTRONG, Tom (words & music)


    Cover: The Great Musical Success in J.C. Williamson’s Ltd. Brilliant Pantomime The House That Jack Built, produced by Charles A. Wenman / Sung by Constance Cayley. At head of title: Also sung by Miss Phyllis Porter. Sydney : Albert & Son, [1916]. Folio, illustrated front cover with half-length portrait of Constance Cayley in AIF uniform, [3] …

  • # 23040

    CHURHILL, Winston Spencer

    London to Ladysmith via Pretoria

    London : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1900. First edition. New impression. Octavo, illustrated cloth (a little flecked), book club label to front pastedown (partially removed), frontispiece folding map, printed in colour, pp. xiv; 498; [2]; 32, four plans (one folding), preliminaries a little foxed, else a very good copy. Churchill’s recollections and impressions of the …

  • # 23041


    The Anzac book. Written and illustrated in Gallipoli by the men of Anzac

    London : Cassell and Company, 1916. Quarto, cloth with illustrated onlay (slight bumping and wear to corners but very good), pp. 170, colour plates and other illustrations. Second issue, the poem ‘Trojan War’ attributed to Arthur H Adams.

  • # 22644


    Asia Minor. Brusa

    London : Geographical Section, War Office, April 1915 (corrected to August, 1915). Lithographed map, printed in colour, 565 x 625 mm (sheet), dissected and laid on linen, in a plain cloth case. War map of the coastline of the Sea of Marmara and northern Turkey to the east of Gallipoli following the Dardanelles Campaign.