WHY WE HAVE DAY AND NIGHT.
Neumeyer, Peter F. and Edward Gorey
First edition. (Toledano, A37a). Text by Neumeyer, illustrations by Gorey. Whimsical account of the earth's rotation and the reason for day and night. Dust jacket slightly soiled and small tear at top of spine.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AUSTRALIA
by Ferguson, John Alexander.
Facsimile reprint of the first edition. Volume one dealing with books published between 1784 and 1830, volume two 1831-1838, volume three 1839-1845 and volume four 1846-1850. Additional volumes were issued which carry the work later in the 19th century. Jackets chipped and rubbed.