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Broderick, George: Placenames of the Isle of Man.
Volume Six. Sheading of Rushen (Kirk Malew with Castletown and Ballasalla, Kirk Arbory, and Kirk Christ Rushen with the Calf of Man). Compiled under the auspices of the Manx Place-Name Survey. XL,582 pages and 3 maps, paperback (Max Niemeyer Verlag 2002). Statt EUR 210,00
McClintock, H. F. Old Irisch & Highland Dress and That of the Isle of Man and Old Hioghland Dress and Tartans 2Bände in einem Band, Dundalgan Press 1950 Dundalk
Sehr guter Zustand. Schönes Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel.
Halbleinen 228 S. 21,5 x 26 cm; 2. Aufl.
MacLean, Alistair: Seawitch, Isle of Man, Fontana Paperbacks, 1990. ISBN: 0006164749
Leichte Gebrauchsspuren, Seiten etwas nachgedunkelt
207 S., Kl.-8°, Softcover/Paperback
3 books by F.W.Moorman, with autographs: 1. Yorkshire dialect poems / 2. Plays of the ridings / 3. Songs of the ridings.
2 books with autographs of the author (2 books signed, one letter) Frederick W. Moorman. 1:Yorkshire dialect poems (1673-1915) and traditional poems, compiled and with an historical introduction by F.W.Moorman (Sidgwick & Jackson, London 1917; second edition, cloth, 8°, 136 St., bit spotted, else fine. Handwritten name of the author on first paper, owners name on title page ("Kurt Busse Wakefield 1917"). With newspaper article: Sept. 10th 1919, "Professor Moorman drowned, a birthday tragedy", and article "Funeral at Adel". Moorman died with in the age of 47. Previous owner might have been a German civil prisoner, interned in Camp Lofthouse Park near Wakefield) 2: Songs of the riding (Elkin Matthews, London 1918; 8°, paperback, 71 pages. Binding simply repaired, covers with folds, else fine. With handwritten dedication of the author on first page: "with the author's compliments to a lover of dialect literature and in memory of many ..... at Lofthouse. Nov 13, 1918". With a handwritten letter (2 sheets, no date, written from "2, Hollin Lane, Headingley, Leeds") by Moorman to Mr. Busse, with stamp "Aliens' detention camp ... Censored": "Dear Mr. Busse, I have had some difficulties in ... the books you asked for, and one is still out of print. .... I was very glad to see news of you and to know that you were ... confortable in the Isle of Man. I think much of you in those days of upheaval, and my earnest hope is that Germany will pass safely through the storm .... I believe that when a firm democratic government is established, a glorious future awaits your people. ... I shall always bear a grateful memory of the hours when I was privileged to ... in your company at Lofthouse. ...") 3. Plays of the Ridings (Elkin Matthews, London 1919; 8°, cloth, 98 pages; bit spotted, else fine. With handwritten dedication on 1. page: "Dr. Kurt Busse with warm regards from ... Whiting", with a part of a german letter to "Herr Doctor" (might be Busse), dated Wannsee 4.1.1921). Kurt Busse was a german editor and writer of children's theatre-plays in the 1920s.