EVANS, Joyce (1929 - 2019)
Melbourne : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2019. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 183, illustrated. New copy. Some think it all happened in the 1960s but Joyce Evans, acclaimed photographer of Australia’s land and its people, goes back to her youth and memories of her many adventures as a student activist. In 1949, aged 19, she set sail …
RUSDEN, George William
Not sent for insertion in the “Times”, but printed as a pamphlet. Also titled: The law of libel. London : William Ridgway, 1890. Small quarto, original printed pale green wrappers (light foxing along spine), 16 pp, a gopd copy. Ferguson, 15226. Rusden’s scarce commentary on legal proceedings in the case of Bryce versus Rusden for libel.
[=New Zealand : the workers’ paradise : a study]. Stockholm : Nordiska Bokhandeln, 1908. Octavo, publisher’s pictorial wrappers (edges sunned, upper wrapper with corner and edge tears), 97 pp (clean and unopened), 1 colour map. Text in Swedish. An analysis of New Zealand’s economy from the 1870s up until the publication date. Three copies recorded …
KEITH, Elizabeth (illustrator); SCOTT, Espet Keith Robertson (text)
London : Hutchinson & Co., 1946. Quarto, decorated cloth in dustjacket (foxed, a couple of short tears), pp. 72, colour frontispiece, illustrated with colour and black and white plates, preliminaries foxed, internally fine. Scarce, a very good copy in the flimsy dustjacket, an important illustrated account of Korea. From Clara: Database of Women Artists (National …
COUNIHAN, Noel (1913-1986)
Group of Soviet propaganda postcards featuring social realist works by Australian communist artist Noel Counihan.
Moskva : Izogis (Experimentalnaya Tipografiya VNIIPP), 1960. Eight postcards (all issued?), 150 x 105 mm, six printed in black-and-white and two in colour, reproducing both lithographs and paintings; versos with ‘Noel Counihan – Australia’, title of work and ‘Australian Artists Exhibition’ in Russian; all in superb condition. In 1960 Counihan travelled to Moscow and Leningrad …
GEDDES, W. R. (William Robert)
Presidential address delivered by Professor W. R. Geddes, Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Sydney, at A.N.Z.A.A.S. Congress, Brisbane, 1961. Fitzroy, Vic. : W. & J. Barr (Printers) Pty. Ltd., . Series: Aboriginal Affairs Information Paper Number 1, April 1962. Quarto (280 x 220 mm), self-wrappers (old horizontal fold, sunned, short repair at top edge …
Octavo (210 mm), pictorial wrappers, staple bound,  pp, b/w photographic illustrations; a very good copy. ‘History of the Kulaluk land claim by the Gwalwa Daraniki Association from 1971-74; outlines struggle by Larrakia people for rights to land in the Darwin area.’ (Trove)
ROSE STEREOGRAPH CO.
Melbourne ; Sydney ; Wellington ; London : The Rose Stereograph Co., . Stereoscopic gelatin silver print photograph, each image 78 x 76 mm, mount 95 x 175 mm, from the series Great suffragette demonstration in London, serial no. 11,950, printed title beneath image Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. McGowen and Miss Vida Goldstein from Australia; both …
CITY OF MELBOURNE
Reception to meet Vice-Admiral Seizo Kobayashi, His Imperial Highness Prince Takamatsu and Officers of The Japanese Training Squadron. Given by The Lord Mayor of Melbourne and The Lady Mayoress (Alderman Sir Stephen and Lady Morell). Town Hall, Melbourne, 4th July, 1928.
Duodecimo folding card, 125 x 95 mm, front with embossed crest of the City of Melbourne in blue, 4-page programme printed in sepia sewn in, the first page with photogravure illustration of the Town Hall and the last with a view of Princes Bridge, the centre pages with the programme of the evening’s musical entertainment …
MILLER, E. Morris (Edmund Morris), 1881-1964
Cover: Imperial Federation League of Ausralia. Melbourne : Paul Hewitt on behalf of the Imperial Federation League of Australia, 1911. Series: Imperial Federation League of Australia. Addresses and Proceedings 1911, no. 1. Octavo (215 mm), publisher’s printed white wrappers (a little dusty), staple bound, pp 31; inside lower wrapper with list of members of the …
Set of original designs by Delandre for patriotic vignettes used during World War One, including two commemorating the ANZACs.
[France : Delandre, 1916]. A set of six original handmade designs, together with the printer’s proof sheet, for patriotic and propaganda charity stamps intended to raise money for the Triple Entente powers and the Red Cross in World War One. These designs were created and subsequently printed and issued as vignette labels (for use on …
[WRAXALL, Sir Nathaniel William, 1751-1831]
of the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven … The Sixth Edition, with additions. London : Printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly, 1787. Octavo, in modern marbled wrappers, pp iv, 86; internally clean and fresh, a very good copy. Ferguson 27; Sabin 80688 (4th edition). On pages 77-83, the anonymous author, now known to be …
MÜLLER, Oscar (publisher); SCHÜRMANN, C. W. (editor); PETERS, W. (editor) [EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN SYNOD IN AUSTRALIA]
[WESTERN DISTRICT] Aus Welt und Zeit : Beiblatt zum Lutherischen Kirchenboten für Australien. 16. Jahrg. No. 6. Hochkirch, Juni 1889.
Hochkirch [Vic.] : Oscar Müller, 1889. Folio newspaper (460 x 300 mm),  pp; complete; printed in German in Gothic type in three columns; includes lengthy news articles from the Australian colonies and Europe and brief reports from Asia, Africa and the Americas; the last column on the rear page has advertisements for Otto Dettmann …
[AUSTRALIAN SOCIALISM] The privileged loafer : who he is, what he is, where he came from, and what he has done.
Cover: Being a series of articles reprinted from The People in reply to assertions made by the “Daily Telegraph” as to Privileged Loaferdom being the chief feature of unemployment, and showing the privileges enjoyed by the poor “loafer”, together with historical and statistical facts from which the real Privileged Loafer is placed in his economic …
BASEDOW, Martin Peter Friedrich (Frederick) (1829-1902) (editor)
Tanunda, S.A. : Australische Deutsche Zeitung, 1871. Folio newspaper (495 x 340 mm), 8 pp; complete; printed in German in Gothic type; includes news reports from the Australian colonies and on the Franco-Prussian war, plus two full pages with many dozens of advertisements for Adelaide and Barossa Valley businesses; subscriber’s name in pencil J. Koithan …
LANG, George Dunmore (et al)
[Caption title]. Beneath title: “Union is Strength”. Sydney : Printed by F. Mason, . Broadside (250 x 203 mm), lithograph printed recto only on blue paper; very mild sunning and wear at edges, but a near fine copy. Ferguson, 14446 This obscure prospectus for a Sydney newspaper aimed at the Presbyterian readership in New South Wales …