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Location-Aware Services and QR Codes for Libraries: (THE TECH SET® #13)

by Joe Murphy & Ellyssa Kroski

The go-to resource for straightforward instruction on using Foursquare, Facebook Places, Gowalla, Bizzy, Google Wallet, augmented reality programs, and QR codes in your library!


Building Mobile Library Applications: (THE TECH SET® #12)

by Jason A. Clark & Ellyssa Kroski

A complete guide to the process of planning, developing, and launching mobile library applications.


The Condensed Guide to the Best Man's Toast

by Abram Shalom Himelstein & G.K. Darby

Here are complete toasts for the best man -- frequently updated with new speeches. From traditional to unusual to pleasantly quirky, the speeches come with simple tips, explaining structure and tone. This is...


Golf for Beginning Players

by Jennette A. Stein & Emma F. Waterman

Golf for Beginning Players provides solid advice on swing, position and feel that is more sensible that the lion's share of gimmickry peddled in contemporary golf literature. The guide was published in 1938...


The Event

by Martin Heidegger

Martin Heidegger's The Event offers his most substantial self-critique of his Contributions to Philosophy: Of the Event and articulates what he means by the event itself. Richard Rojcewicz's elegant translation...


The Devil and Bobby Hull: How Hockey's Original Million-Dollar Man Became the Game's Lost Legend

by Gare Joyce

An award-winning writer sets the record straight on hockey's forgotten golden boy—Bobby Hull

In his prime, few could dispute Bobby Hull's athletic brilliance—the first to have five 50-goal seasons, the highest...


Let Us Be What We Are: The Joys and Challenges of Living the Little Way

by Clarenze J. Enzler & John J., Msgr. Enzler

This final work from Clarence Enzler offers a glimpse into the life of a Christian disciple facing his own mortality and reflecting on holiness, family, and the saints--in particular St. Therese of Lisieux,...


Outdoor Sports In Scotland: Deer Stalking, Grouse & Pheasant Shooting, Fox Hunting, Salmon & Trout Fishing, Golf, Curling Etc.

by Ellangowan

This fascinating book of Scottish field sports was first published in London 1889 and is now extremely scarce in the first edition. We are now republishing it from the original text and illustration. The author,...


Violin Playing as I Teach It

by , Leopold Auer

Originally published in 1921, this book was written in an attempt to, 'give the serious teacher and student the practical benefit of the knowledge acquired during a lifetime's playing the violin, including mechanical...


How to Make Hats with Fancy and Draped Crowns - A Milliner's Guide

by Anon.

This book contains a full guide to making hats with fancy and draped crowns. With a wide variety of designs and ideas available, this unusual book will appeal greatly to anyone with an interets in hat-making....


Everything about Parakeets - A Complete Manual on Health, Care, Training, Talking and Breeding

by Anon.

Learn everything you need to raise a healthy and happy parakeet. Including chapters on training, taming, talking, care, feeding and basic ailments and how to treat your bird. Many of the earliest books, particularly...


How to Tailor A Woman's Suit

by Anon.

This useful book contains full instructions for tailoring a woman's suit. Easy to follow and with many explanatory pictures and diagrams, it ensures that every woman can have a beautifully fitted suit in their...


Pigeon Racing

by , Herbert R. Axelrod

Pigeon Racing by Dr. Herbert R. Axelrod contains all the information that a budding fancier needs! Extract from the book: "There has probably been more written on feeding than on any other subject related to...


Dolly Madison - Influential Women in History

by Anon.

This book is part of a series on historical female figures. It features Dolly Madison, wife of James Madison, and First Lady of the United States between 1809 and 1817. Many of the earliest books, particularly...


Lombard Street: A Description of the Money Market

by , Walter Bagehot

I venture to call this essay 'Lombard Street' and not the 'Money Market,' or any such phrase, because I wish to deal, and to show that I mean to deal, with concrete realities in my explanation of how money moves...


Chutneys, Ketchup and Relishes - Recipes for Fruit and Vegetables

by , Harris Neil Marion

A book containing a step by step guide to making chutneys, ketchups and relishes with fruit and veg. Thoroughly recommended for the modern day cook who wishes to learn the skills of yesteryear.


Brief Guide to Persian Embroideries - Victoria and Albert Museum Department of Textiles

by Anon.

This classic book offers a brief guide to Persian embroideries, and with many photographic examples would make a great addition to anyone's bookshelf with an interest in the subject. Many of the earliest books,...


Fortune Telling by Playing Cards - Containing Information on Card Reading, Divination, the Tarot and Other Aspects of Fortune Telling

by Anon.

This early work on fortune telling is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It contains information on card reading, divination, tarot and much more. This is a fascinating work and is thoroughly...


A Book of Patterns for Hand-Weaving; Designs from the John Landes Drawings in the Pennsylvnia Museum

by , Mary Meigs Atwater

This classic book contains an unusual collection of hand weaving drawings by one John Landes, who appears to have been a professional weaver of the Revolutionary period. This remarkable old pattern book would...


Reading Tea Leaves - Containing Information on the Interpretation of Symbols

by Anon.

This early work on reading tea leaves is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It contains information on the interpretation of symbols and their future predictions. This is a fascinating work...