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1929. Very scarce real-life photographic postcard, sepia, 3 ½" X 5 ½" depicting her in full military uniform with her twenty-eight medals and wearing a religious habit - her hand presumably resting on a Bible. Boldly inscribed from Manna, September 1929, the sanitarium in which she would ultimately die from Tuberculosis: "For Mr. Kelsey, with best love. Manna A. Papadopoulou." Exceptional contrast. The Greek Mother Theresa. Humanitarian of Greek nobility who dedicated her life to relief efforts through the newly.....
Munich: Nagel Verlag, 1969. Text in German. 89 color illustrations and a map. 137pp. Tall 4to, gold cloth, slightly edge-worn d.w. Munich: Nagel Verlag, (1969). Sunned edges, still a very good(+) copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Forward by Archbishop Makarios. German translation by Dr. Beat Brenk.
Paris: Gallimard, 1961. 395 illustrations in color & in black & white, folding map. Small square 4to, red cloth d.w. (slightly torn). (Paris): Gallimard, (1961). First Edition. A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. L'Univers des Formes: Collection Dirigee par Andre Malraux et Georges Salles.
Vinegia: Giovan. Griffio, 1554. Griffin and putti woodcut device on title page, griffin passant device at end, 5 large woodcut illustrations and historiated letters. Italic and roman letter. 218 pages, small 4to, full vellum (lacks title label on spine). Vinegia: Giovan. Griffio, 1554. A beautiful copy of a scarce book. Not in Brunet; Cornell 104; not in Graesse; Haym 73, 9; Hortis 55, 99; Marsand 68.
Frankloin Center: Franklin Library, 1979. 4 volumes. Decorative illustrations by Elaine Raphael and Don Bolognese. Tall 8vo, full, ornately gilt covers and spines, grey spine labels, all edges gilt. Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1979. Gilt at top edge is very slightly mottled, else a fine copy.
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University, 1963. Two volumes. Translated by Thomas North. Selected, edited, and introduced by Paul Turner. xvii + 338 pages and 231 pages, 4to, blue cloth, d.w.; two chips to top edge of dust wrapper on volume II. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, (1963). A near fine set in very good(+) dust wrappers. One of 1500 copies by the Centaur Press.
London: Dilly, 1770. 6 volumes, each with a fine engraved frontispiece. 8vo, full polished calf with gilt spines & leather labels. London. E. & C. Dilly, 1770. First edition of this translation. Though internally fine, two of the volumes have a detached cover, others have weak hinges, and one volume lacks the leather spine labels.
Leiden: Leiden, 1690. Beautiful engraved frontispiece plus engaved vignette on title page.  + 832pp. plus index , thick 8vo, full re-backed vellum with leather spine label; minor scuffing to spine, small bookplate inside front cover. Lugduni Batavorum, 1690. Clean, tight, and bright, a near fine copy. Text in parallel columns of Latin and Greek. Polyaenus was a 2nd century Macedonian who wrote on military strategems of ancient generals.