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BOOKS, MAGAZINES, RECORDS, PUZZLES, ETC. WANTED by David Singmaster

Last amended 4 agosto 1996. Accents and umlauts may be missing. GENERAL INTERESTS. History of Mathematics, Computing and Science. Recreational mathematics, puzzles, games, etc. Photo Quiz puzzles or party games. Mathematics: combinatorics, number theory. Word games and puzzles, riddles. I am always interested in books on the above topics for my own list of books for trade or sale as well as for particular colleagues. Humour, especially cartoons and limericks. English language, word origins, British-American, scientific words. London, particularly science and technology in London. Odd facts - e.g. Ripley's Believe It Or Not. Genealogy of the Zang(e)meister/Singmaster family in Germany/USA. Art, archaeology, mathematics and art, geometric patterns and ornaments, Iznik tiles and pottery. Photography, e.g. some of the Sierra Club/Ballantine paperbacks are wanted. Stereo cards. Underwater photography and archaeology, fish, shells. Works by R. Austin Freeman and some similar detective fiction. Anything about tassel-making, particularly concerning the name 'posamentier'. o/o indicates 'on order'. HB indicates that only the hardback version is wanted. For older works, the data on publisher, place and date usually refer to only one edition and there may well be other editions or reprints which I would be interested in. I am usually looking for cheap reading copies. I have recently found that many items are listed in Books In Print, in the US and/or the UK. I have added further details including ISBNs to these and I can obtain those that are in print relatively easily - but some are much more expensive as new reprints than I would expect a second-hand copy to cost and some are apparently out of print even though they are still listed. Some items have cryptic notes at the end in [ ] indicating my source of information. GENERAL. The Blue Plaque Guide. Journeyman Press. œ6.50. The Pattern of English Building. [Marcus] The Royal Navy Book of Fairies. c1920. [Mrs Dale.] Boris Artzybasheff. As I See. Dodd, Mead, NY, 1954. Axis in Agony & War Posters. Wickwire Spence Steel Co., NY, 1944 & c1942. W. N. P. Barbellion, intro. by Deborah Singmaster. The Journal of a Disappointed Man and A Last Diary. Hogarth Press (Chatto & Windus), 1984. Phineas T. Barnum. The Humbugs of the World. 1866. [Klein, p. 49.] Want a cheap copy. Hale Bellott. History of University College London. c1920. Stella Benson. Several books by her. The Far-Away Bride. I Pose. John M. Berdan, ed. Fourteen Stories from One Plot; Based on "Mr. Fothergill's Plot". OUP, NY, 1932. [Flesch, p. 237.] P. C. D. Brears. The Collector's Book of English Country Pottery. Arthur C. Clarke. Ascent to Orbit. Ed Cray. Bawdy Ballads. Omnibus Press, 0 7119 18058, œ8.95. R. M. Dorson. Land of the Millrats. Harvard U. P., 1981, 0-674-50855-6, $28. "Elizabeth" von Arnem, ed. by Deborah Singmaster. The Pastor's Wife. Everyman (Dent), 1993. Rudolf Flesch. The Art of Plain Talk. The Art of Readable Writing. Richard Ford. Murray's Handbook for Spain. Murray, 1845 or reprint. Stephen Fovargue. A New Catalogue of Vulgar Errors. 1767. [Dickson & Goulden] P. Garner. Better Living Catalogue, 1983. Utopia: Products for a Better World, Delilah Books, NY, 1984. (Games, Aug 1984.) Siegfried Giedion. Mechanization Takes Command. OUP, NY, 1948. [Flesch, pp. 49 & 237.] Want a cheap copy. Lady Edith Gordon. Winds of Time. E. Gray. Bawdy Ballads. Blond, 1970. (Can this be Ed Cray??) F. Grieg. Heads You Lose and Other Apocryphal Tales. Crown, NY, 1982. F. W. Hackwood. Christ Lore - The Legends ... 1902. Gordon Press (see under Bombaugh), 0-87968-861-0, $59.95. Wrote, 12 Oct 90. William Hartston & ??. The Ultimate Irrelevant Encyclopedia. Unwin, 1984. Daniel W. Hering. Foibles and Fallacies of Science. Van Nostrand, NY, 1924. Michael Hodgetts. Secret Hiding Places. Veritas Publications, 7-8 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, 1989. [Hajek] D. J. Jacobson. The Affairs of Dame Rumor. Rinehart, NY, 1948. R. V. Jones. Reflections on Intelligence. Heinemann, 1989. Cyril Kersh. The Revelations of Minnie Ashe. [Weekend Telegraph (18 Aug 90) XI] Alexander Klein, ed. Grand Deception. The Double Dealers. Lippincott, 1955 & 1958. Osbert Lancaster. Cartoon History of Architecture. John Murray or Book Club Associates, 1975 or later. Kenneth Lasson. Mousetraps and Muffling Cups. [S. Morris.] Vernon Leigh (Lee??). Duchess Adelaide. Don Lemon. Everybody's Scrapbook of Curious Facts. c1891. [May, p. 1. Lemon, 1892.] A. J. Liebling Chicago, the Second City. Greenwood Press, 0 8371 7113 x, œ13.95. o/p?, o/o?? The Republic of Silence. London County Council. Indications of Houses of Historical Interest, vol 2, 1910. (Or parts 13, 14, 15, 17, 19.) Ashley Montagu & Edward Darling. The Prevalence of Nonsense. Harper & Row, 1967. Hal Morgan & Kerry Tucker. More Rumour. Penguin, 1987, 0-14-009720-1, $3.50. o/p. George Jean Nathan & H. L. Mencken. The American Credo. 1920. Have 1927 extended version. Elizabeth Nicholas. Madeira. 1940s? [Dodd] Iona Opie. The People in the Playground. OUP, 1993. Iona and Peter Opie. The Nursery Companion. OUP, 1980. David J. Parnes & Harold F. Harding, eds. A Source Book for Creative Thinking. Scribner's, NY, 1962. [Dowlen] I. Platts. The Book of Curiosities. Leary & Getz, Philadelphia, 1856. [Rodgers.] Theodore (T. F.) Powys. Rosie Plum. Left Leg. Father Adam. Fables? The Market Bell? Two Thieves. White Paternoster and Other Stories. Cheap copies wanted of most of his books. E. Prisse (d'Avennes). Arab Art. Al Saqi Books, London, 1983. ??-Is this worth the price?? Peter & Marjorie Quennell. History of Everyday Things. W. Pett Ridge. Mord Emly. [Weekend Telegraph (18 Aug 90) XI] Robert Ripley. Believe It Or Not 2nd series (HB, 1931), 35th Anniversary Believe It or Not! (HB, 1954), Mammoth Believe It or Not! (HB, 1955) - all Simon & Schuster. Pocket Books series nos. 3, 7-10, 12, 16-17, 20, 22-23, 25-29, 31+. You'll Never Believe It; Virgin, 1993, œ12.99. Waiting for info from Ripley Museum. Waverley Root. Herbs and Spices. Simon & Schuster, 1980?, 1985?; reprint by Van der Marck Editions, 1133 Broadway, Suite 1301, New York, NY, 10010, Tel: 212-645 5150. PB, 0-912383-08-9, $16.95. o/o ?? The Food of Ancient Greece and Rome. Nicholas Shakespeare. Londoners. [Weekend Telegraph (18 Aug 90) XI] Karl Shaw. Gross. Virgin, 1993. Sierra Club Books. Grand Canyon. Kauai. The Last Redwoods. Sierra Club, 730 Polk St., San Francisco, California, 94109. Jerry Silverman. The Dirty Song Book. Stein and Day, 1982. [Rodgers.] Elsie Singmaster. Some works by her. John Alden Singmaster. A Handbook of Christian Theology. United Lutheran Publishing House, Philadelphia, 1927. Other works? ? Tillyard. Aristocrats. Vintage Press. E. S. Turner. A History of Courting; HB (have PB). Gallant Gentlemen. Some of his other books. Mark Twain. Complete Essays. [Al P.] Charles Walker. Strange Britain. Brian Trodd, London, 1989. [Dalgety] Ascan Westermann. Ein Jahrhundert aus der Geschichte der Familie Zangemeister, 1415-1521. Heidelberg, 1911. (Have xerox.) Terence de Vere White. Some works. Edith Wharton. A Motor Flight Through France. o/o. Zangemeister & Westermann. Die Familie Zangemeister seit der Mittes des 18. Jahrhundert. K”nigsberg i. Pr., 1907. (Have xerox.) DETECTIVE FICTION. Anonymous? Meet the Detectives. Allen & Unwin, London, 1935. [TTF 3, p. 45.] Anonymous? Great Unsolved Crimes. Hutchinson, 1935. Clifford Ashdown. Further Adventures of Romney Pringle. Oswald Train, Philadelphia, 1970. Agatha Christie. Partners in Crime, 1929. [TTF 20, p. 21.] Randall Collins. The Case of the Philosophers' Ring by Dr. John H. Watson. Crown, NY, 1978. [Kanigel, p. 110]. John M. Dirckx. Dr. Thorndyke's Dilemma. Aspen Press, 1974. [University of Dayton Student Health Service, 300 College Park Avenue, Dayton, Ohio, 45469.] [TTF 1, p. 25.] R. Austin Freeman. Dr. Thorndyke's Crime File. Dodd, Mead & Co., 1941. The Exploits of Danby Croker. Duckworth, 1916. The Golden Pool. Cassell, 1905. Univ. of London Press, 1939. The Great Portrait Mystery. Hodder & Stoughton, 1918. The Mystery of 31, New Inn. Hodder & Stoughton, 1912. Pontifex, Son and Thorndyke. Hodder & Stoughton, 1931. The Shadow of the Wolf. Hodder & Stoughton, 1926. The Unwilling Adventurer. Hodder & Stoughton, 1913. When Rogues Fall Out. Hodder & Stoughton, 1932. [US title: Dr. Thorndyke's Discovery.] See also: Clifford Ashdown, Jack Wylde. E. Queen, ed. The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. 1944. [NOT the 1989 version ed. by S. Wolfe.] Cheap copy wanted - if such exists. Erik Rosenthal. The Calculus of Murder. St. Martin's Press?, c1986. Edgar W. Smith, ed. Profile by Gaslight. Includes "The Other Friendship" about Dr. Thorndyke. [TTF 1, p. 31.] Bill Waddell. The Black Museum. Little Brown, 1994, œ16.99. [Focus (Mar 1994)] Alfred C. Ward. Sherlock Holmes versus John Thorndyke and Reginald Fortune. Gaby Goldschneider, Windsor, 1972. Jack Wylde. The Crime of the Crimson Window, The Clue of the Seventh Stain, The Mirror of Death, The Case of the Mandarin's Mask, The Horror of Beacon Grange, The Silent Witness, The Yellow Cord, The Whispering Death. Aldine Detective Tales, No. 1, 5, 9, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19. 1922. The Crime of the Green Carnation, The Lantern of Death, The Trial of the Tattooed Man, The Sixteen Gang. Jack's Paper (Oct 1922 - Jan 1923). LANGUAGE. Anonymous. The Enigmatical Repository. Norwich. 19C. (Possibly a periodical??.) [WS] Anonymous. Thesaurus Aenigmaticus. London, 1725+ or later. [WS] E. Andrews. History of Scientific English. NY, 1947. Issac Asimov. More Words of Science. C. C. Bombaugh. Gleanings for the Curious from the Harvest Fields of Literature. Lippincott, 1874, ?, 3rd ed. 1890. (Have Oddities and Curiosities ...) Gordon Press, PO Box 459, Bowling Green Station, New York, NY, 10004. Tel: 718-624 8419. 0-8490-2037-0. $59.95. Wrote to publisher, 12 Oct 90. Facts and Fancies for the Curious. Lippincott, 1905. Dimitri Borgmann Beyond Language. Scribner's, 1967. T. A. Bott. How to Make Crosswords. Quality Press, London, 1944. [WS] William Dobson. Literary Frivolities and Poetical Ingenuities. 1880s. [Espy] Henry E. Dudeney. The World's Best Word Puzzles. Daily News, London, 1925. [WS] Bergen Evans. Comfortable Words. Random House, NY, 1962. [Espy] John S. Farmer. Americanisms Old and New. James Glassford. Sphinx Incruenta: or, Two Hundred and Twelve Original Enigmas and Charades. London, 1835. [WS] L. Hake. Enigmatical Recreations. London, 1837. [WS] J. W. Hassell Jr. Amorous Games. Translation of Les adevineaux amoureaux of 1470s. Univ. of Texas Press for Amer. Folklore Soc., 1974. [WS]. William S. Huff. Homonym, Homonym, Homonym. 1985. J. W. Jones. Riddles, Charades, and Conundrums. With a Preface on the Antiquity of Riddles. London, 1821. Harvey Kurtzman. Harvey Kurtzman's Fun and Games. Fawcett Gold Medal. [Rodgers.] Alan Mackay. A Dictionary of Scientific Quotations. Adam Hilger, 1991, œ9.50. Ronald B. McKerrow. Introduction to Bibliography for Literary Students. OUP, 1927, 0-19-818103-5. $24.95. William & Mary Morris. Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins. Harper & Row, NY, 1977. [Espy] I. S. Olveoll. Enigmas of Every Variety. London, 1872. [WS] Ken Parkin. Anthology of English Tongue-Twisters. Samuel French, London, 1969. [Rodgers.] Eric Partridge. A Critical Medley. Ayer, 0-8369-5680-x, $19. Words, Words, Words. Ayer, 0-8369-5365-7, $21. Wrote Ayer Co., PO Box 958, Salem, New Hampshire, 03079, 12 Oct 90. Literary Sessions. English Gone Wrong. Some others? Mary Pilkington. A Collection of Enigmas, Charades, Riddles, Etc. London, 1813. [WS] George Puttenham. The Art of English Poesie. 1589. Any version. [Cuddon] H. Sutcliffe & H. Berman. Words and Their Stories. Voice of America, Washington, DC, 1978. W. Taylor. Arabic Words in English. S.P.E. Tract #38, 1933. Mark Twain. English as She is Taught. Fisher Unwin, 1887. [Knowledge 10 (Jul 1887) 213]. William S. Walsh. Handy-Book of Literary Curiosities. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1892, 1904, etc. HUMOUR. Charles Addams The Addams Family. (Have The Addams Family Album, Hamish Hamilton.) HB versions of: Drawn and Quartered (o/o); Mother Goose; Nightcrawlers. Reinhold Aman. How Do They Do It? Maledicta Press, 1983. [Rodgers.] Peter Arno. Peter Arno's Parade (US edition). The Bedside Tales. For Members Only. Peter Arno's Favorites. Whoops Dearie. Isaac Asimov & John Ciardi. Limericks: Too Gross. Norton, 1978. Paul Dickson. Jokes. Delacorte Press, 1984. [Gardner's Whys, p. 76] A. P. Herbert. Bardot, M.P.? Art Hoppe. Several later books by him. Stacy V. Jones. Inventions Necessity is not the Mother Of. Allen & Unwin, 1975. Walt Kelly. Most Pogo books. Available from Ultramarine Publishing Co., PO Box 303, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, 10706. Tel: 914-478 2522. (UK dist??) But I see that Simon & Schuster is reissuing them. Osbert Lancaster. Pocket Cartoons, 1948 & 1949. A Pocketful of Cartoons, 1949. Cartoon History of Architecture. John Murray or Book Club Associates, 1975 or later. Richard Lederer. Get Thee to a Punnery. (Sallows.) Mad Magazine books. Signet. 25: Burning Mad, 1968. 27: Hopping Mad, 1969. Warner. 31: The Polyunsaturated Mad, 1971. 33: The Non-Violent Mad, 1972. 34: The Rip-off Mad, 1973. 35: The Token Mad, 1973. 41: The Vintage Mad, 1976. 48: Mad Clowns Around, 1978. 49: A Mad Treasure Chest, 1980. 50: Mad Sucks, 1979. 51: Super Mad, 1979. 52: The Abominable Snow Mad, 1979. 53: Mad About the Buoy Book, 1980. 54: Mad for Kicks, 1980. 56: Pumping Mad, 1981. 58: Eggs-Rated Mad, 1981. 60: The Explosive Mad, 1982. 61: Mad Barfs, 1982. 63: Mad About Town, 1983. 66: Stamp Out Mad, 1984. 68: Monster Mad, 1985. 69: The Plaid Mad, 1985. 70: Son of Mad Sucks, 1985. 73: Big Hairy Mad, 1986. 74: The Wit and Wisdom of Mad, 1987. 75: Mad Duds, 1987. 76: Til Mad Do Us Part, 1987. Mad Blasts, 1988. The Mad Cooler, 1988. The Spare Mad, 1988. Mad in a Box, 1989. Mad Jackpot, 1989. Soaring Mad, 1989. Weather Mad, 1990. The Ages of Mad, 1990*. Aimless Mad, 1990. Unstoppable Mad, 1992*. Mad Around the World. Mad's Turned-on Zoo. HB. 6A: Mad Forever, Crown, NY, 1959. 7A: A Golden Treasury of Mad, Crown, NY, 1960. 25A: The Ridiculously Expensive Mad, World, NY, 1969. Sergio Aragones. 6: Shootin' Mad, 1979. Mad's Sergio Aragones on Parade, 1982 (oversize PB). More Mad Marginals, 1985. 10: More Mad Pantomimes, 1988. Mad as Usual, 1990. Dave Berg. 7: Dave Berg Looks Around, 1975. Dave Berg's Mad Trash, 1977 (oversized). 8: Mad's Dave Berg Takes a Loving Look, 1977. 12: Mad's Dave Berg Looks at Our Planet, 1986. 13: Mad's Dave Berg Looks at Today, 1987. Roger Kaputnik and God. Paul Coker Jr. The Mad Pet Book, 1989. Dick de Bartolo. The Mad Book of Sex & Violence & Home Cooking, 1983. Here's Mad in Your Eye, 1984. Mort Drucker. Mort Drucker's Mad Show Stoppers, 1985 (oversize). Don Edwing. Mad's Bizarre Biz, 1987. Mad's Sheer Torture, 1988. Mad Fantasy, Fables & Other Foolishness, 1989. Duck Edwing's Mad Ventures of Almost Superheroes, No. 2, 1990. John Ficarra & Paul Coker Jr. The Mad Book of Fears and Phobias, 1985. Stan Hart et al. A Mad Guide to Parents, Teachers & Other Enemies, 1985. Mad's Fast Look at Fast Living, 1987. Frank Jacobs. Mad Goes Wild, 1974. Get Stuffed with Mad, 1981. Mad Goes to Pieces, 1984. Mad Zaps the Human Race, 1984. Mad's Believe It or Nuts, 1986. Al Jaffee. Clods' Letters to Mad, 1974. Mad's Al Jaffee Spews Out Still More Snappy Answers to Stupid questions, 1976. Al Jaffee's Mad Inventions, 1978. Mad's Al Jaffee Freaks Out, 1982. Willie Weirdie Scares the Pants off Al Jaffee, 1982. Mad's Vastly Overrated Al Jaffee, 1983 (oversized). Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions, No. 5, 1984. Mad's Very Best Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions, 1986. Once Again Mad's Al Jaffee Spews Out Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions, 1987. Al Jaffee Sweats Out Another Book, 1988. Mad's All New Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions, 1989. Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions, No. 7, 1989. Al Jaffee Meets His End. Rotten Rhymes and Other Crimes (with Meglin). Al Jaffee Goes Bananas. Al Jaffee Meets Willie Weirdie. Al Jaffee Gets His Just Desserts. Al Jaffee: Dead or Alive. The Ghoulish Book of Weird Records. Tom Koch, et al. The Mad Weirdo Watcher's Guide, 1982. The Mad Self Improvement Yearbook, 1985. History Gone Mad, 1989. Don Martin. Don Martin Carries On, 1973. The Completely Mad Don Martin, 1974 (oversized). Don Martin Grinds Ahead, 1981. The Adventures of Captain Klutz II, 1983. Nick Meglin. A Mad Look at the 50's, 1985. A Mad Look at the 60's, 1989. Paul Peter Porges. Mad Lobsters and Other Abominable Housebroken Creatures, 1986. Antonio Prohias. Mad's Big Book of Spy vs Spy Capers and Other Surprises, 1982 (oversized). Mad's Spy vs Spy, 1978. Sixth Mad Spy vs Spy, 1989. Mad Spy vs Spy: The Updated Files, 1989. Larry Siegel. Mad Clobbers the Classics, 1981. Lou Silverstone, et al. The Mad Book of Horror Stories, Yecchy Creatures & Other Neat Stuff, 1986. The Mad Tell-It-Like-It-Is Book, 1983. J. B. Morton ["Beachcomber"]. Many works. "Flann O'Brien" [= "Myles na Gopaleen" = "Miles nagCopaleen" = Brian O'Nolan = Briain à Nuall…in]. Myles Before Myles. PUNCH. The Pick of Punch. 1992. Hugh Rowley. A Second Series of Puniana. Chatto & Windus, c1874. [Mackay] Charles Schulz. Peanuts Treasury. A Boy Named Charlie Brown. Peanuts Classics. Snoopy's Grand Slam. Classroom Peanuts. You're the Guest of Honor, Charlie Brown. Later Peanuts Parade books, except 29. All by Holt, Rinehart & Winston or Henry Holt. Posy Simmonds (& Hilaire Belloc). Matilda. Chocolate Wedding. Cape, 1991. Adrian Stephen. The 'Dreadnought' Hoax. Chatto & Windus (The Hogarth Press), 1983. James Thurber. The Great Quillow. Rise and Shine. The Seal in the Bedroom. G. B. Trudeau. Rap Master Ronnie(??), 1986. Death of a Party Animal, 1986. Comic Relief: Drawings from the Cartoonists Thanksgiving Day Hunger Project, 1986. The Doonesbury Stamp Album, 1990. I'd Go with the Helmet, Ray. MATHEMATICAL RECREATIONS, PUZZLES, GAMES, ETC. Anonymous [William Clarke?]. The Boy's Own Book. Almost all editions wanted, especially 1st ed of 1828, and editions from 1849-1857 and 1876- 1878. Anonymous. Endless Amusement. A Sequel to The Endless Amusement. Thomas Boys & Thorp & Burch, London, c1818. [Have poor copies.] Anonymous. Evening Pastimes or Amusements for Hearths and Homes. Cameron & Ferguson, Glasgow, c1870. Anonymous. Games You Can't Win. American Publishing, 1977. Anonymous. Magic and Mystery. Chatto & Windus, c1870. [Mackay] Anonymous. Le Magicien de Soci‚t‚. Delarue, Paris, c1860? Anonymous. Le Magicien des Salons. Early 19C. (possibly a confusion for the previous item??) Anonymous. Le Manuel des Sorciers. Conort, 178?; 2nd ed., Levacher, 1802; 4th ed., Ferra Jeune, 1815; 5th ed., Ferra Jeune, 1820; 6th ed., Ferra Jeune, 1825. (NUC). Anonymous. La Mille et un Amusements de Soci‚t‚. Delarue, paris, c1860. Anonymous. Nuts to Crack. Broadsheets of puzzles of various sorts. At least 30 appeared. R. Macdonald, 30 Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, London. 1832 to 1861. Anonymous. Physicists Continue to Laugh. Trans. by Larraine T. Kapitanoff. MIR, Moscow, 1968. [Weber, p. 152.] Anonymous. Puzzles: Mathematical, Scientific and Dexterious. John Dicks Press, London, c1875. Anonymous. Puzzles Made Easy. Davis & Moughton, Birmingham and Simpkin, Marshall, etc., London. Unknown author. Where Do We Go From Here? [Palmer, Fourd] Penguin Science Survey 2 (1961). Edwin Abbott Abbott. Flatland. Early editions. John Paul Adams. We Dare You to Solve This. No. 2. 1972. Morley Adams. Puzzles that Everyone Can Do. Grant Richards, London, 1931. [Hordern; BMC.] H. Ahmad. The Mysteries of Sound and Number. 1902 or 1920. Stephen Ainley. Mathematical Puzzles. Bell, London, 1977. [WS] Jonathan Always. Still More Puzzles to Puzzle You. 1969. Mitsumasa Anno. Anno's Math Games II. Putnam, 0-399-21615-4, $19.95. Anno's Medieval World. Putnam, 0-399-20742-2, $12.95. Dr. Anno's Magical Midnight Circus. John Weatherill, 0-8348-2011-0, $6.50. M. & M. Anno. Anno's Mysterious Multiplying Jar. Putnam, 0-399-20951-4, $14.95. George Arnold (perhaps with Frank Cahill and/or Wiljalba Frikell ?) The Magician's Own Book, London, 1871?. The Sociable, 1858, Dick & Fitzgerald, NY (or John Camden Hotten; Chatto & Windus, London?). Claude-Gaspar Bachet. ProblŠmes Plaisants & D‚lectables qui se font par les nombres. P. Rigaud, Lyon, (1612); 2nd ed., 1624. (Have xerox. I am also interested in the versions revised by A. Labosne, Gauthier-Villars, 3rd ed., 1874; 4th ed., 1879, though they are identical to the 5th ed.) Jeane-Claude Baillif. Superpuzzles. 1979. Other works. W. W. Rouse Ball. Mathematical Recreations and Essays, 2nd ed., 1892 and 8th ed., 1919. W. W. Rouse Ball. R‚cr‚ations math‚matiques et problŠmes des temps anciens et moderns. Translated from English into French by J. Fitz-Patrick, 2nd French ed., A. Hermann, Paris, 1908-1909, (reprinted 1926-1927). Want vol. 2 & 3. (Have 1st ed., 1898; vol. 1, 1908; 1926 reprint in one vol.) D. St. P. Barnard. 100 Braintwisters. A Second Book of Puzzles & Problems. Faber & Faber, London, 1966. Clara Bellew. The Merry Circle. Chatto & Windus, c1870. [Mackay] J. K. Benson. The Pearson Puzzle Book. Pearson, London, c1910. [WS] E. Bergholt. Complete Handbook to the Game of Solitaire on the English Board of Thirty-Three Holes. Routledge, London, 1920, or Dutton, NY, 1921. [WS] "Berkeley". Dominoes and Solitaire. Bell, London, 1890 or Stokes, NY, 1890. [WS] Marie Berrondo(-Agrell). Les Jeux Math‚matiques d'Eurˆka; Dunod, 1979 [Hordern]. Mathematical Games; 1983. Max Black. Perplexities. Cornell U P. 1990. Harry Blackstone. There's One Born Every Minute. Unlosable Bets You Can Make for Fun and Profit. Jove (HBJ), 1976. [Hordern.] David L. Book. Problems for Puzzlebusters. Enigmatics Press, PO Box 11834, Washington, DC, 20008, USA. [Rodgers.] John Bookout, Donald P. DeNevi & Helen M. Friend. Tricks and Puzzles. Silver Dog Press, PO Box 23324, Oakland, California, 94623. 1973. [Dalgety] Frederick C. Boon. Puzzle Papers in Arithmetic. Bell, London, 1937. [WS] Mariane Van Borstedt & Ulla Prytz. Folding Table Napkins. Sterling, NY, 1972. [Ash & Lake, p. 110.] J. Botermans. Puzzles with Paper and Cardboard. David & Charles. [Dalgety] Erwin Brecher. Lateral Logic Puzzles. 1994. William Vivian Butler. The Sherlock Holmes Challenge Book. Dragon, 1981. [Miller] "Cavendish". The Puzzle-Game of Fifty-Up. Booklet of rules and 36 cards in a box. De la Rue, 1883. [WS]. Caxton. Game and Playe of the Chesse (1474). Verbatim version by Briitsh Chess Magazine. [Baron.] E. Richard Churchill. Devilish Bets to Trick Your Friends. 1982. A. Frederick Collins. The Book of Puzzles. D. Appleton & Co., NY, 1927. Matthew J. Costello. The Greatest Puzzles. Prentice-Hall, 1988. [Hordern.] W. H. Cremer Jr, ed. The Magician's Own Book. John Camden Hotten; Chatto & Windus, c1870. [Mackay] Ron Cruit. 175 Ways to Win a Free Drink. 1985. John Henry Cutler. Dr. Quizzler's Mind Teasers. Greenberg, NY, 1944. Joseph Degrazia. More Math Teasers. 1973. Diana Deutsch. Musical Illusions and Paradoxes. Philomel CD. (PO Box 12189, La Jolla, California, 92039-2189. [Rodgers.] The Diagram Group. The Little Maze Book. St. Martin's Press, NY, 1985. (May be same as their Baffle Book of Mazes.) [Rodgers.] Eric Doubleday. Test Your Wits. No. 4, 5. Ace Books, NY, 1969. Etienne Ducret. Recreations Mathematiques. Les Passe-Tempes Intellectuals. Both by Garnier Freres, Paris, c1900? Dynkin, Eugene B.; Molchanov, S. A.; Rozental, A. L. & Tolpygo, A. K. Mathematical Problems: An Anthology. Revised English Ed. Trans. by Richard A. Silverman. Gordon and Breach, NY, nd [1968?]. Have xerox. T. L. Edwards (et al.) Puzzles, Puzzles, Puzzles. 3 vols. 1977-1980. Ehlers, Anita. Liebes Hertz. Birkh„user. [Baron.] J. Elffers & M. Schuyt. Dumont's Neues Tangram. 1977. Alan Ericksen. Bar Games, Bets, and Challenges. 1981. M. C. Escher. The Graphic Work of M. C. Escher. 2nd ed., Macdonald, London, 1967. Larry Evans. Gross and Gruesome Games and Puzzles. Invisibles Two. Maze Cubes. 3-Dimensional Mazes. Several other of his books. 1976-1992. [Hordern.] Tom Ferrell & Lee Eisenberg. Sneaky Feats. More Sneaky Feats. 1976, 1977. Ottakar Fischer. Das Wunderbuch der Zauberkunst. Friedrich Andreas Perthes, Stuttgart, 1929. (There is also an English translation.) [Hajek.] J. Newton Friend. More Numbers; Still More Numbers. Scribners, 1961, 1964. W. Frikell - several books by him? were edited by Cremer and Arnold, q.v. Martin Gardner. Match-ic. L. L. Ireland, Chicago, 1935. 12 Tricks with a Borrowed Deck. L. L. Ireland, Chicago, 1940. Cut the Cards. Max Holden, NY, 1942. Mathematical Puzzling. 1987. [Hess] A. Gerardin. Erreurs de mathematiciens, 1910. Walter B. Gibson. Puzzles and Pastimes. 1964. Jack Gilbert. Numbers: Shortcuts & Pastimes. Foulsham, London, 1976. [Larsen] Will Goldston. Exclusive Magical Secrets. Dover, 1977. [Hordern.] Hedley Gore. A Puzzle and Problem Book. Allenson, London, c1949. Helmut Gorenflo. Mathematische Spiele I & II. Klett, Stuttgart, 1980 & 1982. [Larsen] Jesse Green & Meg Wolitzer. Nutcrackers. 1991. E. Haldeman-Julius. Problems, Puzzles and Brain-Teasers. 1937. (Have reproduction.) Trevor H. Hall. A Bibliography of Books on Conjuring in English from 1580 to 1850. Carl Waring Jones, Minneapolis & Palmyra Press, UK, 1957. Have xerox. Trevor H. Hall. Old Conjuring Books. Duckworth 1972. Have xerox. Ben Hamilton. The Hamlyn Book of Braintwisters (?) and Mindteasers. Hamlyn, 1979. [Hordern.] Jacques Haubrich. Compendium of Card Matching Puzzles. Printed by the author, Netherlands, 1995. [CFF 37 (Jun 1995) 28. 65 Dfl.] o/o. P. Heafford & H. Babb. A New Mathematics for Fun. Hutchinson, 1957. [Larsen] Carl Theodore Heisel. The Circle Squared Beyond Refutation. Pub by the author, Cleveland, Ohio, 2nd ed., 1934 + supplementary book: Fundamental Truth, 1936. (Have 1st ed.) A. C. Hobbs. The Construction of Locks and Safes. 1868. Professor Hoffmann. Puzzles Old and New. Warne, 1893 et seq. There was a 1920 edition by Warne in NY. There was also a three volume edition: Mechanical Puzzles, Arithmetical Puzzles, Miscellaneous Puzzles, Warne, 1896 or c1920. (Have the 1988 reprint and Miscellaneous Puzzles and Hordern's 1993 edition.) Hood Rubber Co. 101 Brain Twisters. Hood Rubber Co., Watertown, Massachusetts, 1932. [Rodgers.] D. Huff. Cycles in Your Life. Gollancz, 1965. John Jackson. Rational Amusements for Winter Evenings. Longmans & Co., London, 1821. [Other copies do not give Longmans, but list some booksellers in London and Bristol.] (Have Xerox.) Christopher P. Jargocki. Science Brain-Twisters, Paradoxes, and Fallacies. Scribner's, NY, 1978. Science Braintwisters and Paradoxes. More Science Braintwisters and Paradoxes. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1983. [Seems to be some confusion here??] Penn Jillette & Teller. How to Play with your Food. 1992. Donovan A. Johnson. Mathmagic with Flexagons. Activity Resources Co., PO Box 4875, 20655 Hathaway Ave., Hayward, Calif., 94541. 1974. 0-918932-30-0, PB, $6.95. ORDER. Johnson Smith & Co. Novelties Catalogues. Samuel I. Jones. Mathematical Nuts for Lovers of Mathematics, Nashville, 1932. Mathematical Clubs and Recreations, Nashville, 1940. Mathematical Puzzles, ..., New Point, Texas, c1905. R. R. Kadesch. Math Menagerie. Harper & Row, 1970. P. Kaplan. More Posers. Harper & Row, 1964. [Hordern.] G. L. Kaufman. Geo-Metric Verse. A. S. Barnes. Hermann Kern. Labyrinthe, 1981. TeNeues Pub. Co., $95. OR: Labirinthi, Feltrinelli, Milan, 3rd ed., 1981. N. M. Khatri. Exursion in the World of Numbers. 1965. Lewis P. Kohrs. I'll Bet You Can't. 1946. A. G. Konforowitsch. Guten Tag, Herr Archimedes. Veb Fachbuchverlag Leipzig, 1985. [Baron.] Kracke, Helmut. Mathe-musiche Knobelisken. Dmmler, Bonn. [Baron.] Kracke, Helmut. Aus eins mach zehn und zehn ist keins. Rowohlt, 1970. [Baron.] Antony Lake. The Puzzle Book. Hart, 1976. [Rodgers.] Harry Langman. Play Mathematics. (1950); Hafner reprint, 1962. Raymond F. Lausmann. Fun With Figures. McGraw-Hill, 1965. Maurice Lecat. Erreurs de Mathematicians. Castaigne, Brussels, 1935. Joseph Leeming. Fun with Paper; 1939. Fun with Wood; 1942. More Fun with Puzzles; 1947. Fun with Pencil & Paper; 1955. Science Experiments, 1958. Ted LeValliant & Marcel Theroux. What's the Verdict? 1991. C. E. Linderholm. Mathematics Made Difficult. Wolfe, London, 1971. (For P. J. Campbell.) Litton Industries. Problematic Recreations. Early editions, up through No. 7. Harvey Long. It's All in How You Look at It. Harvey Long & Associates, 9032 42nd NE, Seattle, Washington, 98115, USA. [Rodgers.] L. H. Longley-Cooke. More Puzzle Fun. 1977. New Math Puzzle Book. Van Nostrand, 1970. (MG 55 (1971) 450-451.) Sam Loyd. Blyn's Puzzle Book. J. Blyn & Sons, NY, 1924. Chinese Tangrams = The Eighth Book of Tan. 32 pp., Loyd & Co., 1903. (Have reprint.) Cyclopedia of Puzzles. 1914. (Have reprint.) Entertaining Evenings at Home. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, NY, 1919. Our Puzzle Magazine: I (Jun 1907, Oct 1907, Jan 1908, Apr 1908) and further issues (vol II?). The Puzzle Circle. Monthly, Oct 1907 - Feb? 1910. [WS]. Sam Loyd's Picture Puzzles with Answers. Sam Loyd, Brooklyn, 1924. (Have a copy lacking the supplementary inserts.) Sam Loyd's Puzzle Gems with Answers. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1917. The Tangram Book. Scranton Life Insurance Co, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1917. Toddy Magic. 27pp, Toddy Inc, NY, 1933. Toddy Puzzles and Magic Tricks. Toddy Inc., 1933. [The above two items are distinct booklets.] Tricks and Puzzles; A Selected Series ... Experimenter Pub. Co, NY, 1927? [Have imperfect copy.] Also the answer book. 1001-In-1 Puzzle. Tangram puzzle with booklet - three versions, advertising White Rose Tea. J. Meeus & P. J. Torbin. Polycubes. Cedic, Paris, 1977. ISBN 2-7124-0604- 4. Fred Menaker. How Smart Are You? Sentinel Books, NY, 1935. [Rodgers.] Jerome S. Meyer. The Big Fun Book, 1943. Mind Your P's and Q's, 1927. The Provocative Puzzler, 1965. Roger Millington. Games and Puzzles for Addicts. Michael Joseph, 1979. (Have xerox.) Albert H. Morehead. The Pocketbook of Games. 1945. Scot Morris. Omni Games. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984, 0-03-060297-1, $11.95. G. Mosler. Puzzle Fun, 1973. Other books. D. Norris. The Book of Numbers. Lorrimer, 1974. Dominic Olivastro. Ancient Puzzles. Bantam, NY, 1993. ISBN: 0-553-37297- 1. [CFF 37 (Jun 1995) 28.] Tom Osborne. Fun at Dinner with Napkin Folds. 1943. J. Ozanam. R‚cr‚ations Math‚matiques et Physiques. c1694 or 1778. (Have 1725 & 1790 eds. & xerox of vol. 1 of 1696.) English and Irish editions from late 18th or 19th century (have 1803). Party Games Publishers, Luton. Photo Quiz party games - these are boxes of close-up photos boxed as a party game. Earliest known examples are 1930s? J. Perelman. Early versions of most of his works, in any language, even in Russian. H. Phillips. As Dreams Are Made On. Smithy Press, Shenington, 1937. ?? - Charteris Royal. Gollancz, 1941. Compendium of Indoor Games - vol. 3: Chess. Witherby, London, c1955. With Golombek. A Diet of Crisps. Blackwell, 1929. Hubert Phillips's Chap-Book. Smithy Pess, Shenington, 1930. Indoor Games for Two Players. Arco, London, 1961. Journey to Nowhere. Macgibbon & Kee, 1960. (Have xerox.) News Chronicle "Quiz", nos. 3, 4, 5. News Chronicle, 1945+ Quiz Annual. Apparently a magazine. Round Britain Quiz. Hamish Hamilton, 1950. Verses for Various Occasions. Liberal Publications Department, London, 1928. Detective stories. Henri Picciotto. Pentomino Activities. Creative Publications. (WGR 9). Pentomino Lessons. Creative Publications, 1986. ISBN 0-88488-327-2. (WGR 9) Supertangrams for Beginners 1 & 2. Creative Publications, 1987. ISBN 0-88488-632-8 & -633-6. (WGR 9) William Poundstone. The Recursive Universe. Morrow, 1984. J. Raabe. Casse-Tetes. 1967. E. R. Ranucci. Four by Four. Houghton-Mifflin, 1968. Eugene Raudsepp. More Creative Growth Games. 1980. Reader's Digest. More Tests and Teasers. 1982. J. & G. Reitzel ("Dr. John"). Worlds within Worlds. Creative Publications, 1974. Jac. Remise. L'Argus des Jouets Anciens 1850-1918. Ballard, Paris, 1978. Austin Ripley. Minute Mysteries 1949. Ripley's Believe It or Not Puzzles and Games. 1966. Rudy Rucker. Mathenauts; Arbor House, 1987; New English Library (Hodder & Stoughton), 1989. Mind Tools; Houghton-Mifflin, 1987. Infinity and the Mind; Birkh„user, Boston, 1982. Sid Sackson. Beyond Competition. Beyond Games. Beyond Words. All by Pantheon. Mark E. Saul et al. The New York City Contest problem Book. 1986. Karl Scherer. Nutts and Other Crackers. 1994. Joseph J. Schroeder Jr. Toys, Games, and Dolls 1860-1930. 1971. H. Schubert. Zw”lf Geduldspiele. Dummler, Berlin, 1895; 2nd ed., Leipzig, 1899. N. E. Scripture. Mind-Benders. Faber, 1971. [WS] Puzzles and Teasers. Faber, 1970. [WS] J. A. Senn. Mini-Mysteries You Can Solve. 1978. Paul Sloane & Des MacHale. Challenging Lateral Thinking Puzzles, 1993. Great lateral Thinking Puzzles, 1994. H. Steinhaus. Kalejdoskop Matematyczny. Ksiaznica-Atlas, Lwow and Warsaw, 1938. With attached envelope of material! Peter Storme & Paul Stryfe. How to Torture Your Friends. Simon & Schuster, NY, 1941. [Rodgers.] J. Strutt. The Sports and Pastimes of the the People of England. 1791 or 1801 or 1810 or 1876. (I have 1830 ed. by Hone, reissued many times with later dates.) I also want the edition of J. C. Cox, Methuen, 1903. Omnigraphics, 2400 Penobscot Bldg, Detroit, Michigan, 48226, USA; tel: 313-961 1340; ISBN: 1-55888-226-x is reprint of 1903 ed., $42. Wrote on 12 Oct 90. A. Duncan Stubbs. Miscellaneous Puzzles. Warne, 1931. (Have xerox.) Norman Sullivan. Several of his books. J. H. Swale. Geometrical Amusements. 1821. George S. Terry. Duodecimal Arithmetic. The Dozen System. Longmans, Green, NY, 1938 & 1941. Texas Instruments. Fun with Math Facts. 1976. R. M. Thomas. Puzzles and How to Make Them. Handicrafts, London, 1927. [WS] Gaston Tissandier. Les R‚cr‚ations Scientifiques ou L'Enseignement par les Jeux. G. Masson, Paris, 1880; (have 2nd ed., 1881); 3rd ed., 1883; 4th ed., 1884; (have 5th ed., 1888); 6th ed., 1893; 7th ed., 1894.) I have seen 3rd ed., 1883. I have seen the date of the first two editions as 1881 & 1882, but the Avertissement of the 2nd ed. says the 1st ed. was Nov 1880 and the Avertissement is dated Apr 1881. Gaston Tissandier. Popular Scientific Recreations. Translation and enlargement of the above. Ward Lock, London, [1881, 1882]. Have New enlarged ed., nd [1890 and/or 1891]. James Travers. Puzzling Posers. Allen & Unwin, 1951. [WS] Falcon Travis. Great Book of Whodunit Puzzles. 1993. Lawrence Treat. Crime and Puzzlement - My Cousin Phoebe, 1991. Crime and Puzzlement - Nos. 4 & 5, 1991, 1993. Vawser & Wiles. The V & W Puzzle Omnibus. (Includes works by W. A. Bagley et al.) Vawser & Wiles, London, c1953. [WS] Alan Ward. Science Tricks and Puzzles. Batsford, 1977. [Dalgety] Ken Weber. Five Minute Mysteries, 1989. More Five Minute Mysteries, 1991. Further Five Minute Mysteries, 1994. Wehman Bros. New Book of 200 Puzzles. 1908. Kenneth Wells. Wooden Puzzles and Games. 1983. Alain C. White. Sam Loyd and His Chess Problems. Whitehead & Miller, Leeds, 1913. (Have Dover, 1962.) Wilkes, Malte W. Denkfehler, Denkfallen und Denkblockaden. Goldman Ratgeber, 1982. [Baron.] John Wilkins (or Wilkens). Mathematicall Magick, or the Wonders that may be performed by Mechanical Geometry. 1648. Reprinted, London, 1968, [Schaaf II 191]; reprinted in: The Mathematical and Philosophical Works, 1802; facsimile ed. by Frank Cass, 1970. Walter Wolf Windisch. Spielwert-Analyse. Fagus, 1984. Frederick Winsor. The Space Child's Mother Goose. Simon & Schuster, NY, 1958. Edwin Mather Wyatt. Wonders in Wood. Bruce Pub Co, Milwaukee, 1946. (Have xerox.) Nob Yoshigahara. Most of his books. HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING. Anonymous. The Treviso Arithmetic. 1478. Facsimile, Treviso, 1969. [Swetz, p. 324] David Abbott, ed. The Biographical Dictionary of Scientists: Chemists. Blond Educational, London, 1984. Bedrick, NY, 1985, $28. [FW] M. Cantor. Vorlesungen uber Geschichte der Mathematik. 4 vols., Teubner, Leipzig, 1892-1908. (Cheap set wanted.) Johnson Reprint, 111 Fifth Ave., New York, NY, 10003, did a set a few years ago - but now OP. Raymond T. Bond. Famous Stories of Code and Cipher. Rinehart & Co., NY, 1947. [Rodgers.] Margaret Espinasse. Robert Hooke. Heinemann, 1956. Pierre de Fermat. Bemerkungen zu Diophant von Pierre de Fermat. šbersetzt von Max Miller. Ostwalds Klassiker der exakten Wissenschaften, Nr. 234, Leipzig, 1932 (or later reprint). B. Johnson. The Secret War. BBC, 1978. Simon H. Lavington. A History of Manchester Computers. NCC Publications, 1975. Luca Pacioli. De Divina Proportione. Reprint: Giovanni Madersteig, Verona, 1956. Leonardo Pisano "Fibonacci". Scritti di Leonardo Pisano. Tipografia delle Scienze Matematiche e Fisiche, Rome, 1857-1862. 2 vols. Mahavira. The Ganita-Sara-Sangraha of Mahaviracarya. Translated by M. Rangacarya. Government Press, Madras, 1912. Masotti, Arnaldo, ed. Matematica e matematici nella storia di Milano. Severino Boezio & Francesco Brioschi, Pavia, 1963. = Estratto dal vol. XVI della "Storia di Milano" della Fondazione Treccani degli Alfieri per la Storia di Milano, Milano, 1962, pp. 713-814. Herbert Meschkowski. Problemgeschichte der Mathematik I. Bibliographisches Institut, Mannheim, 2nd ed., 1984. 38 DM. (HM #12.2.68) Brian Randell. The Colossus. Univ. of Newcastle Computer Science Technical Report 90, 1976. Vera Sanford. The History and Significance of Certain Standard Problems in Algebra. Teachers College, 1927 or AMS Press, 1972. (Have xerox.) AMS Press, 56 E. 13th St., New York, NY, 10003. Tel: 212-777-4700. 0-404-55251-x. Publisher says TOS, Nov 1990. Try again. George Sarton. Introduction to the History of Science, vols. 2:2 - 5. G. Schott. Magia Universalis Naturae et Artis. Wurtzburg, 1657-58 or 1677. Cursus Mathematicus. Herbipoli, 1661. Technica Curiosa. Nuremberg, 1664. Reprints or cheap copies. D. Schwenter. Deliciae Physico-Mathematicae. 1636 or 1651-1653. Olms is due to reprint this in late 1994 - o/o. J. Tropfke. Geschichte der Elementar-Mathematik. De Gruyter. 2nd ed., vols. 5 & 6, c 1920. 3rd ed., vol. 4, c1940. HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. R. Beamish. Memoir of the Life of Sir Marc Isambard Brunel. 1862. (Prefer a cheaper, reading copy). Harold Hartley. The Royal Society: Its Origins and Founders. The Royal Society, 1960. Patrick Loobey. Flights of Fancy: Early Aviation in Battersea and Wandsworth. Recreation Dept, Wandsworth Borough Council, 1981. Henry Lyons. The Royal Society 1660-1940. Cambridge, 1944. John Read. Humour and Humanism in Chemistry. Bell, London, 1947. L. T. C. Rolt. Tools for the Job: A Short History of Machine Tools. MIT, 1965; Batsford, 0 7134 1111 2. I have seen a PB version. Railway Engineering. The Aeronauts. Thomas Newcomen. Samuel Smiles. Autobiography. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Nancy T. Bamarra. Erroneous Predictions and Negative Comments Concerning Exploration, Territorial Expansion, Scientific and Technological Development. Library of Congress, Washington, 29 May 1969. [Logsdon, p. 345.] Mary Blocksma. Reading the Numbers. Penguin, 1989. [Rodgers.] A. Church. Introduction to Mathematical Logic. 2nd ed. [For Peak.] K. C. Coles. Vison: In the Eye of the Beholder. Facets of Light: Colors, Images, and Things that Glow in the Dark. Exploratorium, San Francisco. [Dalgety] Necia Grant Cooper. From Cardinals to Chaos: Reflections on the Life and Legacy of Stanislaw Ulam. CUP, 1989. PB: ISBN 0-521-36734-4, $24.95. H. Davson & J. F. Danielli. The Permeability of Natural Membranes. CUP, 1943; Hafner, 1970. [For Vayo] Robert S. Desowitz. New Guinea Tapeworms and Jewish Grandmothers. W. W. Norton, NY, 1981. [IHT (9 Nov 81); Ash & Lake, p. 71.] Ronald Duncan & M. Weston-Smith, eds. The Encyclopedia of Medical Ignorance. Pergamon, Oxford, 1984. [Ash & Lake, p. 54.] Leonhard Euler. Opera Omnia. Ser. I, vol. 7, Teubner, Leipzig, 1923, or later reprint. [Exploratorium]. Sound, Hearing, Resonance. [Dalgety] W. Fuchs. Modern Mathematics. Modern Physics. [For Peak] George M. Gould. Righthandedness and Lefthandedness. 1908. AMS Press, details under Sanford. 0-404-60854-0, $26.50. Wrote on 12 Oct 90. Miles C. Hartley. Patterns of Polyhedra. Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor, 1957. Richard Held. Image, Object and Illusion - Readings from Scientific American. Freeman, 1974, PB, 0-7167-0504-4, $12.95. Daniel W. Hering. Foibles and Fallacies of Science. Van Nostrand, NY, 1924. Harrison Horblitt. One Hundred Books Famous in Science. Grolier Club, New York. Cheap copy wanted - but such is unlikely to exist. J. N. Kapur. The Fascinating World of Mathematics. S. Chand, India, 1970. [MG 57 (1973) 247] The Nature of Mathematics and Thoughts on Mathematical Education. Atma Ram & Sons, Delhi, 1973. [MG 58 (1974) 244] S. Kleene. Introduction to Metamathematics. [For Peak] Y. Perelman. Astronomy for Entertainment. Central Books - Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow, 1953. G. Polya. Patterns of Plausible Inference, 2nd ed., Princeton U P, 1969. William Poundstone. The Recursive Universe. Morrow, 1985. PB ed, OUP. Royston & Jeanie Roberts. Lucky Science. Wiley, 1995, œ6.99. [Focus (Jun 1995) 79.] Berton Roueche. Annals of Medical Detection. Some other books?? W. W. Sawyer. Introducing Mathematics, vol. 2, Penguin. (Did this ever appear??) Robert Silverberg. Scientists and Scoundrels. Crowell, 1965. Mary D. Waller. Chladni Figures - A Study in Symmetry. G. Bell, London, 1961. [MG 47 (1963) 162.] PERIODICALS. I am especially interested in getting the underlined items, either as single issues or in bound volumes. Aldine Detective Tales. 1, 5, 9, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19 (1922). Jack Wylde novels. [JTJSupp.] Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. 8 Sep 1980 (Dirckx: Murder on the Edinburgh London Express). Nov 1982 (Dirckx: An empty box). American Agriculturist. Jun 1857 - Jan 1871. The Armchair Detective. Nov 1975. Heenan on "A note on the chronology of the 'Dr Thorndyke' novels" (Beeton's) Boy's Own Magazine. 4 (1890). Brooklyn Daily Eagle. 22 Mar 1896 - 25 Apr 1897. Cassell's Magazine. Oct 1898; Aug 1900; Mar 1901; Jan 1902; Mar 1902; May 1902; Jun-Nov 1902; Dec 1902; Feb 1903; Apr 1903, Jun-Nov 1903; Apr 1904; May 1904; Jun 1904; Nov 1904; Dec 1904-May 1905; Jun 1906; Jun-Nov 1908 (Dudeney); Sep 1916. The Circle. Oct 1907-Feb 1910. [Loyd.] Comfort. Nov 1908 - Nov 1909. [Loyd.] Country Life (May 1910) supplement - Dudeney's house. Driff's. 5. Eureka (magazine of the Archimedeans at Cambridge). 1, 3 - 7, 35 - 37, 39 Fairy Chess Review (originally Problemist Fairy Chess Supplement). c1933- c1954. Family Friend. Period 1850-1860 - I have vol. I, III & 1860. Four Star Puzzler. 26, 27, 31, 33+? Fry's Magazine. ?? pp. 480-483 & 569. (Dudeney). Girl's Realm. (Dec 1901?) 183-186; (Jan 1902?) 275-277. (Dec 1909) 183- 186. (Dudeney.) Jack's Paper. 31 Oct, 1 Nov, 5 Nov, 24 Dec 1922; 2 Jan 1923. Jack Wylde stories [JTJSupp]. Ladies' Home Journal. Nov 1901 - Jun 1911. Life, 5 Sep 1949 Maledicta. [Guardian (13 Mar 1991)] Manifold (Univ of Warwick), issues 1 & 2. (Have xerox.) The Masquerade. Southampton, 1797-1802? [WS - has 4th ed, 1812] Mathematical Gazette. 1 - 31, 33 - 43, 61 - 76, 102 - 114, 127 - 241, 243, 310(?) Mathematical Pie. 1, 13, 15, 29, 32, 35, 36. Mathematics in School. 9:6 - 11:6 Mathematics Teaching. 1 - 16, 30, 35, 36, 60 - 63, 66 The Metropolitan. (An irregular serial of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.) 15 May 1901 - 1 Jun 1902. (Loyd puzzles.) [WS]. Observer Magazine (11 Jul 1976). Our Puzzle Magazine (Sam Loyd's). 1907-1909. Pearson's Magazine. Oct & Nov 1912; Apr 1917. Penguin Science Survey. 2 (1961). Penny Pictorial Magazine. (8 Dec 1900) 16-20; (28 Dec 1900) 221-222; (14 Dec 1901) 64-66; (18 Jan 1902) 302. (Dudeney) Popular Computing. 92-95. Popular Mechanics. Dec 1931 - Apr 1933. Popular Science. May 1926 - Feb 1928. The Puzzle Circle (by Sam Loyd). Oct 1907-Feb? 1910. [WS] The Puzzler. Ed. by Hubert Phillips. 26 Oct 1933 - 25 Jan 1934. [WS] Pythagoras (English translation). 16+. The Realist (Paul Krassner, ed.). Many issues wanted. Recreational Mathematics Magazine. Most issues wanted - 1 (Feb 1961) - 14 (Jan/Feb 1964). (Have xeroxes, bound set and issues 2, 4, 5, 12.) Red Magazine. Nov 1912. Rexall Magazine. 1920-1931. (Loyd Jr). Scientific American. Issues from Dec 56 through Jun 59; Dec 69, Jan 70, Feb 70, Apr 70, May 70, Jun 70, Jul 70, Jun 71, Oct 71, Dec 72, Mar 73, Sep 83, Nov 85. Le Scienze. Apr 1982. Scripta Mathematica. 1:1,2 (1932-33); 4:1-4 (1936). Soma Addict. 4 issues, 1970-1972. Sphinx. Ed. by M. Kraitchik, Brussels. 1931-1939. [WS] The Sphinx at Play. Ed. by Hubert Phillips. 1-6 (Jul-Dec 1934). Squib. Issue 1 (Jan/Feb 1993). Strand Magazine. Dec 1926 - Jan 1927. [TTF 20, p. 14.] Sunday Times Magazine (London), 15 Sep, 22 Sep, 6 Oct, 13 Oct, 20 Oct, 27 Oct, 1975. Tit-Bits. 26 Sep 1896 - 2 Apr 1898. (Have xerox of Loyd/Dudeney material.) The Tribune (London). 1906-1907. Weekly Dispatch. 1896-1903. (Have xerox of Dudeney material.) Woman's Home Companion. Sep 1902 - Jan 1915. RECORDS. Marshal Dodge & Robert Bryant. Bert and I Stem Inflation. 1961. [Humour.] Arthur Bliss. Knot of Riddles. Pye/Virtuoso TPLS 13036 (1970). (I have a tape, but without text.) The Clancy Brothers. Live with Robbie O'Connell. Vanguard, 1961. Carl Orff. Entrada. Westminster WGS 8192. Virgil Thompson. Louisiana Story. Turnabout 34534. Ewan MacColl. Radio Ballads: Singing the Fishing (Argo RG 502, 1961); The Travelling People (Argo DA 133, 1964, 1966); The Ballad of John Axon (Argo 474, 1958); Song of a Road (1959); The Fight Game (Argo RG 539, 1963); The Big Hewer (Argo RG 538, 1961). On the Edge (Argo DA 136, 1963). Sweet Thames Flow Softly (Argo (Z)DA 47). Alan Sherman. My Son, The Folk Singer. Other records?? PUZZLES, ETC. I am interested in small batches, up to 12, of almost any puzzle, especially Rubik cubes or variants, which are cheap. Twiddle, especially in wood. Meba. (USA) Instant Insanity or Tantalizer puzzles, especially Symington's Soup? version. Avalanche. Parker Brothers, c1970. Game Jugo. (Japan?) Wit's End. 8 tetracubes, by E. S. Lowe, Hong Kong, early 1970s. Orion (Parker Brothers, 1971). Chessboard dissections. Richter 'Anchor' stone puzzles. Dissected cubes or dice. Rubik's Cubes with unusual patterns or shapes, especially with advertisements or from the Far East or East Europe. Cube covers. 3 by 3 by 3 cubes: from China or Russia; with umbrellas; with faces; with maps of Hawaii; with McVittie's biscuits; with 'Jesus is the Answer' on one face; with queen of hearts and suit symbols; with scenes of Switzerland; Ultimate Cube - with each face divided diagonally into quarters and six colours used (= Parberry's cube??); Die cube with full-face die patterns, hence with only one or no spots on each sticker; Mickey Mouse Cube; Coca-Cola cube; advertising Rodighiero Pneus on the white face; 31mm brown plastic cube. 3 by 3 by 3 variants: 38mm truncated cube; Magic Balls with World Cup symbols or with faces; any of the shapes made in Poland; cornerless version; octagonal prism with rounded edges and only four vertical colours. 2 by 3 by 3 Magic Dominos: with letters; with wheel patterns; with diamonds and ??; with Wonder Woman and Superman on red plastic; with bells and holly and Santa Claus. 2 by 2 by 2 cubes: with symmetric, flower-like patterns; Cubo-octahedron (Tsukuda); Asterix Cube (Ideal Loisirs); for the blind (German); with Gundan (Japanese comic?) characters. 4 by 4 by 4 cube for the blind (German). MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL ON RUBIK'S CUBE. Rubik's Card Game; Colourmatch; Ideal Toy. Pony tail grips with cubes. Hair grips with cubes. Earrings with cubes. Tie clips & cuff links with cubes. PRINTED MATERIALS ON RUBIK'S CUBE. Accents and umlauts may be missing, though I have tried to reconstruct them. Jeffrey Adams. How to Solve Rubik's Revenge. Dial Press, NY, 1982. Adam Alexander. The Official Solution to Alexander's Star. Ballantine, NY, 1982. Werner Alexei. Simulation of Rubik's Magic Cube Including a Complete Solution Algorithm - HP 01228C (Computer Program). HP41 Users' Program Library Europe, 1982?. Bill Alford & Ken Iobst. La Solution Miracle de la Pyramid. Presses Select, Montreal, 1982. Anleitung zur "Entzauberung". Christoph Bandelow & Peter Klerings. International Handbook of Rubik's Cube. 1983. (This is only an MS so far.) Brent W. Barlow. The Cube - A Short Easy Solution. Cassette tape, Hawkes Pub., Salt Lake City, 1981. N. Bauer. A race to conquer the Cube. Boston Globe (26 Jul 1981). Alice Beach. Cube Solving for the Compleat Blockhead. 1981. Andreas Bieck. Mathematische Strukturen am Rubik Zauberwrfel. 1981. T. Blackman. Rubik's Cube; City's latest craze. The Gazette (Montreal) (4 Dec 1980). F. Boka. Egy j t‚kszer vil gkarrierje. Magyar Szo, Ujvidek (15 Oct 1980) Patrick Bossert. Le cube c'est facile. Editions France-Amerique, Montreal, 1982. Todos podem fazer o cubo magico. Editorial Caminho, Lisbon, 1981. Buffalo Evening News (17 Aug 1980). J. Bureau. Pas si simple qu'hongrois. Liberation (3 May 1980). J.-M. Castel. Cube infernal. Le Meridional - le France (25 Aug 1980). S. Chastain. Tortuous toy offers hours of frustration or fun for its fans. Kansas City Star (5 Apr 1981). Curtis and Lillian Cooper. Rubik's Cube Demystified. Microcomputing Mag. (Jan 1982) 28-31. WRITE. Courtwise Ltd. To Solve Rubik's Magic Cube. Courtwise Ltd, Hampton-on-Thames, Mddx, UK, 1981. Susanna S. Cuyler. Solving the Rubik Cube. 1981. Daily News (12 May 1980). De Oplossing. Andr‚ Deledicq. Le Cancer de Napoleon (Rotascope Solution). Bull. A. P. M. E. P. (June 1982). Andr‚ Deledicq & Raoul Raba. Le Taquinoscope de Raba (Rotascope Solution). Bull. de Liaison des Prof. de Math. 31 (Mar 1982) 28-35. Daniel & Tino Delbourgo. How to Organize the Octahedron. National Library of Australia, 1982. (WGR 5 (Sep 1985) 27.) J. B. Desfayes. Le de mystificateur. Le Nouvel Illustre (4 Feb 1981). Die Presse (Sep 1980). Wie man den Zauber des farbigen Wrfels bezwingen kann. Bob Easter. Magic Cube Solution. R. Easter, San Francisco, 1979. WRITE. let es Tudom ny supplement(?): B_v”s Magazin (Sep 1981). Kurt Endl. Le Rubik's Cube Enigme du Siecle. 1981. De Kubus van Rubik puzzel van de eeuw. 1981. L'enigma di Rubik rompicapo del secolo. 1981. Der Turm. 1981. Esquire (Jan 1982). Dubious Achievement Awards. S. Ernst. Wrfelfieber greift auch die Schweiz ber. Tages-Anzeiger (Zurich) (19 Jul 1980). M. Fink. Das Wrfelwunder. Trend No. 3 (Mar 1981). A. Firon. Des Wrfels dritte Seite. Budapester Rundschau, 16/1981. Have p. 8, need p. 9+? R. Fong. The Cube. 1981. P. Forro. Kozbeszolas - kocka. Magyar Hirlap (8 Feb 1981). Don Frederick. Solve that Crazy Mixed-up Cube - and the New Puzzles Too. Frederick Enterp., Oceano, Calif., 1981. K. Fried. B_v”s Kocka Klub. Magyar Hirlap (9 Mar 1980). Ben Fuller & Brendan Funnell. How to do the Cube. 1980. G. G. Gagola. An algorithm for the Rubik Cube. 1980. Also: Version II, 1981. J. P. Geai. Un Cube diabolique part a la conquete du monde. Forum (29 Apr 1980). John L. Gilby. Rubik Cube Solution - HP01342C (Computer Program). Golder Associates, Maidenhead, 1982. Angela Grannemann & Michael Sondermeyer. Der Zauberwrfel. J. Grant. Solving the Rubik's Cube shortage puzzle. San Jose News (Calif.) (4 Mar 1981). Bonnie Gross. What has become of the man on the Moon? Fort Lauderdale News & Sun-Sentinel (16 Nov 1980). W. Hadorn. Sucht um acht Ecken. Schweizer Illustrierte (2 Feb 1981). How to Solve Magic Cube - A Fully Illustrated Non-Math Approach. 1981?. Irono Moyo Hoho. Inversion Puzzle - The Solution. Toys & Games Intern., Capitol Heights, Maryland, 1982. Myron S. Isaacs. The Rubik Cube. 1980. WRITE?? Iwakure, Keisuke. Rubic's Cube (Japanese). Nagaoka Shoten, Tokyo, 1981. K. C. Johnson. The Magic Cube Puzzle. P. Katsche. L”sungsstrategie fur die Teufelstonne. Peter Kellerman. L”sung zur Herstellung des Urzustandes. 1981. Kenzed. A Simplified Solution to the Cube Puzzles. Kenzed Inc, Portland, Oregon, 1981. Helge Kerbis. L”sningen. 1981. J. Kidd. Frustration comes cubed. Macleans (Toronto) (6 Apr 1981). Dan Kinczkowski. Last Edges and Manoevers. 1982. M. King. La solution pour maitriser le cube sans effort. Dupuis, Marcinele, France (or Belgium), 1981. R. Kirst. Das Geduldsspiel in der dritten Dimension. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (13 Jun 1980). Hanno Klein. Mathematical Aspects of Rubik's Cube. 1982. Michael F. Klemm. Der Viererwrfel. Udo Krell. Geometrie und Mechanik der 3-D-Puzzles. Wrfel-Verlag, Giessen, 1983. MS only so far. Geometry and Mechanics of three-dimensional puzzles. Ibid and same comment. Le cube rendu facile. Les Editions Publi, Quebec. Gary Lee. The 4 Step Solution to the Cube. Nitty Gritty, Concord, Calif., 1982. Frank Lenard. Solving the Mysteries of the Great Pyramid Puzzle. V. P. Publishing, 1981. (Have a later version combined with his Cube Book.) Phillip Lief, Susanna Sly & Jeff Danzier. 666 Silly Schemes to Scramble the Magic Snake. A&W Visual Library, NY, 1982. H. Lowy. Ungarisches "Wrfelfieber" nach ™sterreich importier. Arbeiter Zeitung (23 Oct 1979). G. Lulani. Du cube hongrois. 1981. Donald R. Mann. Magic Cube Simulator - HP01363C (Computer Program). Veneta, Oregon, 1982. Eusebio Gomez Sanchez-Manzano. El Cubo de Rubik. Altalena, Madrid, 1981. C. C. Marchionni. Cube craze multiplies in U. S. puzzle circles. Lifestyles, USA (11 Aug 1980). Jacques Massacrier. El cubo de Rubik por la imagen. 1982. Ph. McPeck. Rubik's Cube: a puzzling metaphor. Sunday Pantagraph (12 Apr 1981). Kersten Meier. Die Kersten Meier L”sung. 1981. " Rubik's Cube Club: To solve or solve not. Stanford Daily (Stanford Univ.) (20 Jan 1981). Melbourne Sun (2 Oct 1980). Melbourne Herald (3 Oct 1980). Sherilyn Mentes. Rubik's Cube Untangled. 1980. Yves Merane. Le Rubik's cube - un methode simple pour reussir. Solar, Paris, 1981. G. Meyer-Herlin. Zauberwrfel fur lange Mussestunden. Landsberger Tagblatt (10 May 1980). L. P. Miller. Rubik's What? News-Free Press (18 Jan 1981). M. Milloy. 43 252 003 274 489 856 000 - That's how many potential questions Rubik's Cube poses. As for answers... Newsday (20 Jul 1981). Minneapolis Tribune. Ad, about 8 June 1980. W. J. Mitchell. Hungarian Cube puzzle has cornered the market. Detroit Free Press (15 Mar 1981). " Hungarian's game creates cubic joy. Chicago Tribune (2 Apr 1981). S. Montag. De kubus. NRC Handelsblad (24 Jan 1981). CHECK?? M. Mrowka & W. J. Weber. A Piramide, A Torre, O Barril do Diablo. Tempos Livres, Portugal, 1981 or 1982. A. Munz. Magyar Magia. Hetfoi Kirek (27 Dec 1979). M. Muro. Trying to solve Rubik's Cube. Boston Globe (25 Jul 1981). Museum of Modern Art. 1980 Gift Catalogue. Kevyn Nightingale. The Cube, an Analysis and Algorithm. Good Stuff Games, Canada, 1981. James Nourse. Solution to Rubik's Magic Cube. Storc, Stanford, Calif., 1981. G. Obermair. Fassen Sie das Ding nicht an! Suddeutsche Zeitung (12 Jul 1980). S. Ogawa. Ud. puede recomponerlo en solo 2 minutos. Fox Book, 1981. (Possibly just a Spanish translation of the title of the following.) Seiji Ogura & Akihiko Nakamura. Rittal Pazuru Jiyujiza. K. K. Dynamic Sellers, Tokyo, 1981. CHECK - may be the item I have? Paifekuto Pazuru. Rokumental No Tsukurfkata. J. Paladi. Kockakarrier. Pesti Hirlap (21 Sep 1981). M. Palos. J t‚kb_v”lok (b_v”s kocka - b_v”s golyo). Orszag-Vil g Karacsonyi Magazin (Dec 1980). J. W. Pehoushek. 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" Rubik's Cube-L”sung einfach gemacht. 15pp Seligenstadter Jugendblatt (? 1981). Der magische Wrfel. M. F. Simon & E. M. Simon. The Cubic Solution. M. F. Simon, Tujunga, Calif., 1981. A. Somos. A b_v”s. Pajtas (Jan 1980). Bob Stat. Rubik's Pocket Cube. Banbury Books, Wayne, Penn., 1982. Albert Stimpel. Knoebel-Rubik: Computerl”sung. Output (1981, No. 7) 57-64. Sydney Morning Herald (10 Oct 1980). Technicky Magazin. Buvos Kocka Dobyla Svet. Prague, 1981. Minh Thai. The Winning Solution. Dell/Banbury, 1982. (Have Zephyr edition.) B. Thole. Wrfelspiel mit verflixten Tucken. Bosch-Zunder Zeitung (3 Sep 1980). Josef Trajber. Le Rubik's Cube. 1981. Josef Trajber. El Cubo de Rubik. Altalena, 1981. " Terningen - Rubik's Cube. Rosenkilde Og Bagger, Copenhagen, 1981. " O Cubo Magico, O Cubo de Rubik. Tempos Livres, Portugal, 1981. " O Cubo para quem ja o faz. Ibid, 1982. " Trolltarningen "Rubiks Kub". Berghs Forlag, Malmo, Sweden, 1981. G. Tucker. The secret of Rubik's Cube. The Light (San Antonio, Texas) (25 Feb 1981). Paul A. Turvill. First Aid for Cuber's Thumb. Microcomputing (Jan 1982) 32-56. Kaorau Uematsu. Tenbirion Koryakuho. RI-Idosha, Tokyo, 1981. Untuk Membuat 6 Muka. US Air Magazine (Aug 1980). Marko Van Eekelen. How to Solve the Cube Puzzle. (Record GSSP 4506 and instructions). Gateway Records, NY, 1982. Daya-Nand Verma. The Rubik Cube is Here. Science Today (Bombay) (Feb 1982) 17-27. L. Watts. Solving the Single Colored Cube. Wattson Games, Cypress, California, 1981. P. Weidhaas. Lawrence Livermore National Lab., preprint, Sep 1981. WRITE?? Andreas Weisheit. L”sung fur den Zauberwrfel. 1981. Tom Werneck. Le Cube Magique. M. A. Editions, Paris, 1981. " De Tover Pyramide. Ibid. " Anleitung, den Wrfel in seinen Urzustand zurckzuversetzen. 1981. " El Cubo Magico. Editors, Barcelona, 1981. Hans Wittwer. Output (1981, No. 5) Hans Zassenhaus. Physica 114A (1982) 629. Udo Zerwas. Reparaturanleitung fur den magischen Wrfel.

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