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    Author: Donald McNutt Douglas
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1.   Whitehead, Russell F., Kenneth Reid, & E. L. Cleaver, editors. [Douglas, Donald]   Pencil Points. November 1927. Volume X no. 11.   Picture
Publisher: Pencil Points Press, Inc., NY, 1927. 68, 651-714, 69-136 p., index of advertisers, illus. (incl. color) & diagrams throughout, plates incl. color, many advertisements. Arntzen/ Rainwater J324. Includes Architectural Aquatints of Donald Douglas, with Some Notes on Technique of Aquatint; Christ Church, Hamilton, Mass.; Sculptor Looks at Collaboration; Diminishing Glass: Apples of Amber; Competition for Milwaukee County Court House; 'Flim Flam' Paint Game. "An Illustrated Monthly Journal for the Drafting Room." Stapled in printed cream wraps; spine darkened, covers spotted; VG. stock#PP14.

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2.   Donald Douglas   The Huguenot   Publisher: New York: E.P. Dutton, 1954. Cloth. Fine/Near Fine. First Edition.

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3.   Hayes-Roth, Frederick, Donald A. Waterman & Douglas B. Lenat (Eds.)   Building Expert Systems (Vol. 1 of Teknowledge Series in Knowledge Engineering)   Publisher: London, Amsterdam, Don Mills, Sydney & Tokyo: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc., 1983.. 5th ptg. 24 X 20 cm. Near Fine/Near Fine. Black boards, foil titles on spine, xvii, 444 pp, bibliography, index. Slight rubbing to edges, owner's name on ffep, else fine. DJ has slight wear to one corner, purple ink on flaps is diffusing visibly, otherwise fine; in Brodart archival cover. Ten chapters by 38 authors discuss building & evaluating expert systems, tools for doing so, and present a case study. Shipping weight 3 lbs.

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4.   Francis, R. Douglas and Donald B. Smith   Readings in Canadian History: Post-Confederation (3rd ed.)   Publisher: Toronto: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1990,. ISBN: 0039226921 paper bound, 3rd edition, illustrated with a few maps, 582pp. Fine. 820 grams -- extra shipping to USA.

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5.   Astounding (Raymond Z. Gallun; Douglas Drew; Arthur Purcell; Eando Binder; Nat Schachner; Donald Wandrei; Clifton B. Kru   ASTOUNDING Stories: October, Oct. 1936   Picture
Publisher: Street & Smith NY 1936. Vol. XVIII, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by F. Orlin Tremaine.] Cover art by Howard V. Brown for "Godson of Almarlu" (novel) by Raymond Z. Gallun. Includes "The Incredible Invasion" (pt. 3 of 5) by Murray Leinster; "Nightmare Island" (novelette) by Douglas Drew; "Positive Inertia" by Arthur Purcell; "The Time Entity" by Eando Binder; "The Saprophyte Men of Venus" by Nat Schachner; "Infinity Zero" by Donald Wandrei; "Flight of the Typhoon" by Clifton B. Kruse. Science Feature: "The Double World" by John W. Campbell, Jr. Readers' Departments: "Brass Tacks"; "Editor's Page: About Brass Tacks" [by F. Orlin Tremaine]. Letters from Robert A. Madle, Robert W. Lowndes, and John Michel. Illustrated by Wesso, Dold, Marchioni, Thompson, Flatos. Small hole in cover; rear cover was loose and hinge area is 1/4"-1/2" lost and has been glued on; page quality is fairly high, pages not brittle and only mildly tanned; some minor loss to spine. Single Issue Magazine Good to Very Good

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6.   Astounding (Raymond Z. Gallun; Douglas Drew; Arthur Purcell; Eando Binder; Nat Schachner; Donald Wandrei; Clifton B. Kru   ASTOUNDING Stories: October, Oct. 1936   Picture
Publisher: Street & Smith NY 1936. Vol. XVIII, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by F. Orlin Tremaine.] Cover art by Howard V. Brown for "Godson of Almarlu" (novel) by Raymond Z. Gallun. Includes "The Incredible Invasion" (pt. 3 of 5) by Murray Leinster; "Nightmare Island" (novelette) by Douglas Drew; "Positive Inertia" by Arthur Purcell; "The Time Entity" by Eando Binder; "The Saprophyte Men of Venus" by Nat Schachner; "Infinity Zero" by Donald Wandrei; "Flight of the Typhoon" by Clifton B. Kruse. Science Feature: "The Double World" by John W. Campbell, Jr. Readers' Departments: "Brass Tacks"; "Editor's Page: About Brass Tacks" [by F. Orlin Tremaine]. Letters from Robert A. Madle, Robert W. Lowndes, and John Michel. Illustrated by Wesso, Dold, Marchioni, Thompson, Flatos. Lower front spine corner off; 1.5" of spine head off; 2 store stamps on cover. Page quality is high. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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7.   Francis, R. Douglas & Donald B. Smith.   READINGS IN CANADIAN HISTORY: Post-Confederation. Third edition.   Picture
Publisher: Toronto: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1990).. Third edition, second printing 1991. ISBN: 0039226921 "A collection of articles suitable for introductory Canadian history tutorials", from confederation to contemporary Canada. 582p: 5 maps; 23cm. Bibliographical References. 795g. Near Fine (clean and tight, minor wear). Softcover. Book condition: Near Fine.

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Purchase direct from: Canterbury Books. Item number: 1670.
  
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8.   Harry V. K. Henderson; Donald Douglas; Roger B. Whitman; Raymond Matthewson Hood; William Edwin Rudge   Arcady: A National Playground where the Leaders of Contemporary Life may Sustain their Capacity for Work by bringing to its utmost the Art of Rest and Recreation   Picture
Publisher: Privately Printed by Arcady Executives, NY, 1929. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. First Edition Thus; First Printing. Hard Cover Covers lightly soiled, some foxing on endpapers only, otherwise unmarked, tight, square and clean. A beautiful copy of this extremely rare volume. VERY GOOD+.; First, Limited Edition (No. 482 of an unknown number), Quarter bound in white cloth over paper-covered boards, gilt lettering on cover. Printed by William Edwin Rudge of Mount Vernon, NY. The volume is profusely illustrated with a color frontispiece by Harry V. K. Henderson, aquatints by Donald Douglas, as well as photographs by Roger B. Whitman, floor plans by the architects (Johnson and Brannan), and maps. Illustrated endpapers. Preface by Raymond M. Hood. This is an extremely scarce, privately, and lavishly, printed prospectus for a planned luxury golf resort community in coastal South Carolina, near Myrtle Beach, being developed by a group headed by John T. Woodside between 1926 and 1930. Portions of the planned development were built (The Ocean Forest Hotel was completed in 1930 and demolished in 1974 and the Ocean Golf Course and Country Club - now known as Pine Lakes Country Club - were completed by 1930), but the Great Depression put a stop to the development. "Although the Woodside Brothers did not see their plans for Arcady come to fruition, they did build the first golfing facility in Myrtle Beach and paved the way for the town to become the golfing Mecca it is today" - [from the Myrtle Beach Master Plan]. ; Color and B&W Illustrations; Folio 13" - 23" tall; (40) pages; Profusely illustrated from photographs, floor plans, map, color frontispiece by Harry Henderson, aquatints by Donald Douglas, large folded aerial map of the property laid in, illustrated endpapers. Elaborate, privately printed prospectus for a planned luxury golf resort community in coastal South Carolina, near Myrtle Beach, being developed by investor John T. Woodside of Greeneville, South Carolina, and others between 1926 and 1930, employing Johnson and Brannan Architects, New York. The Ocean Forest Hotel (completed in 1930 and demolished in 1974) and the Ocean Golf Course and Country Club (now known as Pine Lakes Country Club) were completed by 1930, but the Great Depression brought about the demise of the rest of the project. "Although the Woodside Brothers did not see their plans for Arcady come to fruition, they did build the first golfing facility in Myrtle Beach and paved the way for the town to become the golfing mecca it is today" (Myrtle Beach master plan). Rather widely held in institutions (OCLC locates 26 copies), but scarce in the trade, with no copies at auction during the past 35 years (ABPC, 1976-2010). Very good. Original paper-backed gilt-stamped boards (rubbed, corners bumped). (#5171).Harry V K Henderson; Donald Douglas; Roger B Whitman; Raymond Mathewson Hood; William Edwin Rudge

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Purchase direct from: Round Table Books, LLC. Item number: 17063.
  
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9.   Douglas, Donald   THE GRAND INQUISITOR   Picture
Publisher: Boni & Liveright NY 1925. 1st printing. Black cloth lettered in purple on spine; 319pp. Bleiler II, p. 63: "Mental aberration, Ghosts". Title refers to the hero's conscience which takes material shape as an apparition that haunts him. Inscribed & signed by the author with a signed postcard from Mainz, Germany, laid in. Scarce. Brown spotting to some leaves; spine fading; else Very Good. Sale! Regularly $85. First Edition Hard Cover Very Good

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Purchase direct from: Books from the Crypt. Item number: D1626.
  
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