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Century Magazine 1882-1902 Leather bound old books lot x5 illustrated
 
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19th Century Periodicals- Bound volumes of old magazines, all with a profusion of interesting period images and artistic illustrations. Many famous artists and note worthy authors throughout, a gold mine of endless hours of browsing and reading pleasure. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. 1882-1902. New York, The Century Co. Five (5) assorted volumes. Handsome shelf appearance, age mellowed leather spines with gilt raised bands and gilt lettering. Bindings remains sound, clean and tight,spines uniformly sunned, some scuffing, few surface scratches, nothing offensive or severe, covers lightly age rubbed with minor spotting, contents square and fresh. Period 1/4 leather bindings, bound without covers or ads as typical for periodicals during this era since they were deemed unimportant and unworthy of saving. Each bound volume contains 6 months issues, all apparently complete. Each volume clean ex-libris, 19th century bookplates, a few minor scattered old oval rubber stamps, clearly not intended to circulate, no pockets, seemingly well cared for. Volume 11, May 1882, to October 1882. Volume 13, November 1887, April 1888. Volume 16, May 1889, to October 1889. Volume 37, November 1899, to April 1900. Volume 41, November 1901, to April, 1902. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/
Frank Leslie's Illustrated 1890 monthly magazine color plates leather books rare
 
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American illustrated periodicals of late 19th century. Chromo-lithographic plates, woodcuts, offset line drawings. Profusely illustrated, a pictorial treat. Rare thus, in publishers period 1/2 leather bindings. Endless range of topics and visual subject matter. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. Vol. XXIX.-January to June, 1890 & Vol. XXX.-July to December, 1890. New York, Frank Leslie's Publishing House. Complete annual run of 12 issues, each issue with color lithographed frontis plate. Period 1/2 morocco, spine gilt lettered, raised bands, compartments with embossed devices, boards gilt ruled, marbled end papers, rare publishers detailed index to contents and illustrations bound in for each. Initially issued monthly, here bound afterwards for sale as a deluxe annual collectors volume. Like for most periodicals of this era, few examples of any specific issue or year survive. This desirable year and binding rare thus, unique survival. Bindings remains sound, tight and well preserved. Contents clean. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the item. Book measures: 11" H X 8 1/2" W. Very heavy set. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/products/frank-leslies-illustrated-1890-monthly-magazine-color-plates-leather-books-rare
POL REVUE Universally Reconsecrates " THE CENTURY "  Magazine The 1892 Edition Anno Domine
 
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Title The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 43 Publisher Century Company, 1892 Original from Harvard University Digitized 15 Mar 2007 Subjects American literature * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Night is the other half of life, and the better half. - Goethe, Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship Truth is a torch, but a huge one, and so it is only with blinking eyes what we all of us try to get past it, in actual terror of being burnt. - Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe , The Maxims and Reflections of Goethe Beauty can never really understand itself. - Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe, The Maxims and Reflections of Goethe It is not always needful for truth to take a definite shape; it is enough if it hovers about us like a spirit and produces harmony; if it is wafted through the air like the sound of a bell, grave and kindly. - Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe , The Maxims and Reflections of Goethe
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Frank Leslie's Monthly Illustrated magazine 1881 leather book color plates
 
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American illustrated periodicals of late 19th century. Color-lithographic plates, woodcuts, offset line drawings. Profusely illustrated, a pictorial treat. Rare thus, in publishers period 1/2 leather binding. Endless range of topics and visual subject matter. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. Vol. XI.-January to June, 1881. New York, Frank Leslie's Publishing House. pp.760. Six months, each with lovely color lithographed frontis and a profusion of wood engraved images. With rare publishers detailed index to contents and illustrations bound in. Initially issued monthly, here bound afterwards for sale as an annual collectors volume. Like for most periodicals of this era, few examples of any specific issue or year survive. This desirable year and binding rare thus, unique survival. Bindings remains sound, tight and well preserved. Contents clean. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the item. Book measures: 11" H X 8 1/2" W. [V1175]. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/products/frank-leslies-monthly-illustrated-magazine-1881-leather-book-color-plates
Harpers Monthly bound volumes 1854-1884 leather books x 5 illustrated
 
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Nice lot of five 19th century periodical books. Each volumes contains six months of the magazine, all bound in period 1/4 leather sheepskin with marbled boards. Monumental assortment of articles and images, hundreds if not thousands of line drawings and engravings throughout including maps, views, etc. All remain clean, tight and sound, one volume with some damp staining, leather now dried and chipping at some spine ends, all remain sound bindings with covers firmly attached. Harper's New Monthly Magazine. New York, Harper Brothers, Publishers. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/
[Wikipedia] List of 18th-century British periodicals
 
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This list of 18th-century British periodicals excludes daily newspapers. The Spectator (1711), (1711–1714) daily 1711–1712, founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele, in 1714 three times a week for six months, but collected in book form it remained hugely popular for the rest of the century. Vetusta Monumenta (1718–1906) Illustrated antiquarian papers at intermittent intervals, published by the Society of Antiquaries of London. The Gentleman's Magazine (1731–1907). Monthly. The London Magazine (1732–1785) The Bee (1733–1735). Founded by Eustace Budgell. Lloyd's List (1734–). Weekly, then semi-weekly. The Scots Magazine (1739–1826). The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure (1747–1814). Monthly. Editors included James Hinton, W. Bent, and Percival Stockdale. The Monthly Review (1749–1845). Monthly. Founded by Ralph Griffiths and Robert Dodsley. Oliver Goldsmith was a contributor. The Rambler (1750–1752). Twice weekly. The World (1753–1756). Every Thursday. Founded by "Adam Fitz-Adam" (i.e. Edwin Moore) and published by the Dodsleys. The Connoisseur (1754–1756). Weekly. The Critical Review (1756–1817) The Annual Register (1758–). Annually. The Bee (1759–1759) Exeter Mercury or West Country Advertiser, later Trewman's Exeter Flying Post (1763–1917) The Gospel Magazine (1766–) Theological Repository (1769–1771, 1784, 1786, 1788) Town and Country Magazine (1769–) Lady's Magazine (1770–1837). Monthly. The Building Magazine (1774–1778) Wesleyan Methodist Magazine (1778–1969). Monthly The Arminian Magazine (1778–1913) The European Magazine, and London Review (1782–1826). Founded by James Perry; later edited by Isaac Reed. A New Review (1782–1786). Edited by Paul Henry Maty. Annals of Agriculture (1784–1815). Started by Arthur Young. The New Town & Country Magazine (1787–1789) The Analytical Review (1788–1799) The Botanical Magazine, subsequently Curtis's Botanical Magazine (1787–) The Observer (1791–). Weekly. The Sporting Magazine. (1792–). Monthly. British Critic. Quarterly (1793–1826) Anthologia hibernica (1793–1794). Published in Dublin. The Monthly Mirror (1795–1811). Founded by Thomas Bellamy. The Tribune (1795–1796). Edited by John Thelwall The Aberdeen Magazine, Or, Universal Repository. (1796–1798) The Monthly Magazine (1796–1825). Founded by Sir Richard Phillips, edited by John Aikin The Watchman (1796). Founded and edited by Samuel Taylor Coleridge The Anti-Jacobin, or, Weekly Examiner (1797–1798) The Anti-Jacobin Review (1798–1821) The Philosophical Magazine (1798–) The Asiatic annual register (1799–1811) Conjuror's Magazine (1791–1794?)
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Illustrated Monthly Unpacking Video
 
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A online magazine to help and inspire creatives and illustrators
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Children's Magazines 1903-1908 Illustrated Little Folks advertising lot x 12 issues
 
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Fun lot of twelve early 20th century juvenile magazines. Allpublished between 1903-1908, most with extensive advertising, many illustrations, some color. All show signs of reading, time and wear, couple covers or rear covers lacking, some edge tears or flaws but most issues appear to be largely complete. Priced according to condition, most issues likely scarce. Nine (9) Issues of Little Folks, an Illustrated Monthly for Youngest Readers. Salem, Mass, S. E. Cassino. August, 1903. June, 1904. August, 1904. November, 1905. March, 1906. April, 1907. May, 1907. May, 1908. July, 1908. Three (3) Issues of Children's Magazine. January, 1907. May, 1907. July, 1908. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/
Lettuce Wraps | Foodie Moodie | A Foodie's Diary
 
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Here We Present, The lettuce sandwich was mentioned in print as early as 1894 in The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. The lettuce sandwich (bread with a lettuce filling) was a common food in the United States and England during the first half of the 20th century. Lettuce sandwiches have been served at fine luncheons, The lettuce sandwich (bread with lettuce filling) is also an old-fashioned English food. Lettuce sandwiches are still eaten in the US and elsewhere. Comment Down and Tell Us Do You like !! keep Support.!!! Watch till the End !! From YASIN Follow Us On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/foodiz__/?h... #Foodiemoodie #Afoodiesdiary #Lettuce Wraps
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Nikola Tesla  - Great Possibilites Offered By Iron - Audiobook
 
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Download + stream audiobook here: https://mindst8.bandcamp.com/album/nikola-tesla-the-problem-with-increasing-human-energy Great Possibilites Offered By Iron For Increasing Human Performance — Enormous Waste In Iron Manufacture Part 5 from of The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla - The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 38; Volume 60 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGCiFplwl3ShbN5cYK3EJ8M16ifxoFZJ https://books.google.com/books?id=YbnPAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
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Nikola Tesla - How To Increase The Human Mass - Audiobook
 
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Download + stream audiobook here: https://mindst8.bandcamp.com/album/nikola-tesla-the-problem-with-increasing-human-energy The First Problem - How To Increase The Human Mass - The Burning Of Atmospheric Nitrogen Part 2 from The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla - The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 38; Volume 60 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGCiFplwl3ShbN5cYK3EJ8M16ifxoFZJ https://books.google.com/books?id=YbnPAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
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Nikola Tesla - The Art Of Telautomatics - Audiobook
 
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Download + stream audiobook here: https://mindst8.bandcamp.com/album/nikola-tesla-the-problem-with-increasing-human-energy The Second Problem: How To Reduce The Force Retarding The Human Mass—The Art Of Telautomatics Part 3 from of The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla - The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 38; Volume 60 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGCiFplwl3ShbN5cYK3EJ8M16ifxoFZJ https://books.google.com/books?id=YbnPAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
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Warwick Goble, I: "Chaucer" and "Pentamerone"
 
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Warwick Goble (22 November 1862 -- 22 January 1943) was an illustrator of children's books. He specialized in Japanese and Indian themes. Goble was born in Dalston, north London, the son of a commercial traveller, and educated and trained at the City of London School and the Westminster School of Art. He worked for a printer specializing in chromolithography and contributed to the Pall Mall Gazette and the Westminster Gazette. In the 1890s, he contributed half-tone illustrations to monthly magazines such as Strand Magazine, Pearson's Magazine, and The Boy's Own Paper. In 1893, he was exhibiting at the Royal Academy. In 1896, he began illustrating books. In 1898, he was the first to illustrate H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds, having illustrated it for Pearson's Magazine in 1897. He briefly continued with scientific romance themes. In 1909, he became resident gift book illustrator for MacMillan and produced illustrations for The Water Babies, Green Willow, and Other Japanese Fairy Tales, The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Stories from the Pentamerone, Folk Tales of Bengal, The Fairy Book, and The Book of Fairy Poetry. During World War I, he was employed in the drawing office of Woolrich Arsenal, and volunteered for service with the Red Cross in France. He worked occasionally for New York MacMillan, and produced editions of Treasure Island and Kidnapped. Goble gradually gave up illustration to pursue sculling, cycling, and travelling. He died in his Surrey home in 1943. --------------- Warwick Goble I: "Chaucer" and "Pentamerone": "The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer" (1912) The author of the work, Geoffrey Chaucer, was born in London about 1340, the son of a wine merchant associated with the Royal Court. For Chaucer, that connection with the Court continued throughout his life in one way or another. At one point, he was a squire to the King and through the 1370s, he was involved in seven embassies to the Continent. Two of those embassies were to Italy where Chaucer was exposed to Italianate literary influences. For an individual with no university education, Chaucer achieved fantastic literary success and upon his death, he was the first writer buried in the south transept of Westminster Abbey - a location that is now known as Poet's Corner. Goble's illustrations for "The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer" are full of life and colour. They are a marvellous complement to the 14th Century poetry. Contemporary reviews of Goble's work were favourable and include that in "New Outlook" (Vol. 102: 1912): ... "The Modern Reader's Chaucer" is a noble book in form, with a series of thirty-two illustrations in colour from the paintings of Warwick Goble, which are satisfying to the eye and are an aid to the imagination. ::::::::::::: "Stories from the Pentamerone" (1911) is based on a collection of tales written by Giambattista Basile - a late-Renaissance Italian poet and courtier. As adapted by Strange from Basile's work, this version of Stories from the Pentamerone conforms with the fairytale setting of the original - within which further fairytales are explored - but, in this form, only 32 of the original tales are told, those including: 'How the Tales came to be told'; 'The Myrtle'; 'Peruonto'; 'Vardiello'; 'The Flea'; 'Cenerentola'; 'The Merchant'; 'Goat-Face'; 'The Enchanted Doe'; 'Parsley'; 'The Three Sisters'; 'Violet'; 'Pippo'; 'The Serpent'; 'The She-Bear'; 'The Dove'; 'Cannetella'; 'Corvetto'; 'The Booby'; 'The Stone in the Cock's Head'; 'The Three Enchanted Princes'; 'The Dragon'; 'The Two Cakes'; 'The Seven Doves'; 'The Raven'; 'The Months'; 'Pintosmalto'; 'The Golden Root'; 'The Sun, Moon, and Talia'; 'Nennillo and Nennella'; 'The Three Citrons'; and 'Conclusion'. Contemporary reviews of Goble's artwork were favourable - including that published in "The Academy" (Vol. 81: 1911) thus: This is an exceptionally beautiful Christmas book. It is good outside and inside, most attractively bound, beautifully illustrated in colour, the designs being chaste as well as whimsical ...together a charming production as a gift-book to children who are old enough to appreciate graceful writing and beautifully executed illustrations. The volume is compiled with all the art to point a moral or adorn a tail. Music: Loreena McKennit "La Serenissima"
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Nikola Tesla  - Three Ways Of Increasing Human Energy - Audiobook
 
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Download + stream audiobook here: https://mindst8.bandcamp.com/album/nikola-tesla-the-problem-with-increasing-human-energy The Onward Movement Of Man - The Energy Movement - Three Ways Of Increasing Human Energy Part 1 from The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla - The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 38; Volume 60 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGCiFplwl3ShbN5cYK3EJ8M16ifxoFZJ https://books.google.com/books?id=YbnPAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
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Warwick Goble
 
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Warwick Goble (22 November 1862 – 22 January 1943) was an illustrator of children's books. He specialized in Japanese and Indian themes. Goble was born in Dalston, north London, the son of a commercial traveller, and educated and trained at the City of London School and the Westminster School of Art. He worked for a printer specializing in chromolithography and contributed to the Pall Mall Gazette and the Westminster Gazette. In the 1890s, he contributed half-tone illustrations to monthly magazines such as Strand Magazine, Pearson's Magazine, and The Boy's Own Paper. In 1893, he was exhibiting at the Royal Academy. In 1896, he began illustrating books.In 1898, he was the first to illustrate H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds, having illustrated it for Pearson's Magazine in 1897. He briefly continued with scientific romance themes. In 1909, he became resident gift book illustrator for MacMillan and produced illustrations for The Water Babies, Green Willow, and Other Japanese Fairy Tales, The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Stories from the Pentamerone, Folk Tales of Bengal, The Fairy Book, and The Book of Fairy Poetry. During World War I, he was employed in the drawing office of Woolrich Arsenal, and volunteered for service with the Red Cross in France. He worked occasionally for New York MacMillan, and produced editions of Treasure Island and Kidnapped. Goble gradually gave up illustration to pursue sculling, cycling, and travelling. He died in his Surrey home in 1943 [from Wikipedia] Music: Harold Budd "Templar" This is a reupload, I had to make some adjustments.
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Nikola Tesla on the Transmission of Wireless Electricity
 
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Transmission Of Electricity Without Wires from The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla - The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 38; Volume 60
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242-The Cardiff Giant
 
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In 1869, two well diggers in Cardiff, N.Y., unearthed an enormous figure made of stone. More than 600,000 people flocked to see the mysterious giant, but even as its fame grew, its real origins were coming to light. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of the Cardiff giant, one of greatest hoaxes of the 19th century. We'll also ponder the effects of pink and puzzle over a potentially painful treatment. Intro: Edgar Rice Burroughs invented a variant of chess for a book set on Mars. Due to an unfortunate edict, a ladder in Jerusalem has remained unmoved for 200 years. Sources for our feature on the Cardiff giant: Scott Tribble, A Colossal Hoax, 2008. Nate Hendley, The Big Con, 2016. Magnus Magnusson, Fakers, Forgers and Phoneys, 2007. Brian Innes, Fakes & Forgeries, 2005. Mark Rose, "When Giants Roamed the Earth," Archaeology 58:6 (2005), 30-35. Barbara Franco, "The Cardiff Giant: A Hundred Year Old Hoax," New York History 50:4 (October 1969), 420-440. James Taylor Dunn, "The Cardiff Giant Hoax," New York History 29:3 (July 1948), 367-377. Michael Pettit, "'The Joy in Believing': The Cardiff Giant, Commercial Deceptions, and Styles of Observation in Gilded Age America," Isis 97:4 (December 2006), 659-677. Julian D. Corrington, "Nature Fakes," Bios 27:3 (October 1956), 159-169. Kat Eschner, "The Cardiff Giant Was Just a Big Hoax," Smithsonian.com, Oct. 16, 2017. Jessie Szalay, "Cardiff Giant: 'America's Biggest Hoax,'" Live Science, Aug. 16, 2016. Ruth Mosalski, "Cardiff Giant Turned Out to Be Really Big US Hoax," South Wales Echo, Jan. 21, 2017, 24. Gerald Smith and George Basler, "Hull Earned a Spot in 'Con Man's Hall of Fame,'" [Binghamton, N.Y.] Press & Sun-Bulletin, Oct. 6, 2014, 4. Ed Kemmick, "'Petrified' Man Was Big Attraction in Turn-of-the-Last-Century Montana," Billings Gazette, March 13, 2009. Bill White, "Cardiff Giant, Piltdown Man -- And Now Heydt Man," [Allentown, Pa.] Morning Call, March 10, 2001, B3. "It Was a Giant Joke, Now Largely Forgotten," Associated Press, Nov. 14, 1999, L3. Roger Munns, "19th Century Hoax Now Just an Interesting Relic," Los Angeles Times, March 16, 1997, 11. Harvey Berman, "Prehistoric Giant Was a Hoax," [Montreal] Gazette, May 18, 1991, J8. Bob Hughes, "The Cardiff Giant: How a Great Hoax Came to Life in a North Side Barn," Chicago Tribune, June 2, 1985, 10. "Cardiff Giant in Suit," New York Times, April 18, 1949. Louis C. Jones and James Taylor Dunn, "Cardiff Giant Again," New York Times, May 23, 1948. "'Cardiff Giant' Sale Barred by Fort Dodge," Associated Press, Aug. 4, 1934. "Syracuse Plea Fails to Get Cardiff Giant," Associated Press, Dec. 6, 1930. Ruth A. Gallaher, "The Cardiff Giant," The Palimpsest 2:9 (1921), 269-281. "Gigantic Hoax Fools Scientists," El Paso [Texas] Herald, June 8, 1912, 10. "The Cardiff Giant: A Hoax That Took," Coeur d'Alene [Idaho] Evening Press, April 15, 1910, 4. Frank Lewis Ford, "The Last of a Famous Hoax," The Scrap Book 3:2 (April 1907), 221-223. "Cardiff Giant Fake Recalled by Death of the One of the Sculptors," Butte [Mont.] Inter Mountain, Nov. 8, 1902, 14. "Cardiff Giant Fake," [Marshalltown, Iowa] Evening Times-Republican, Nov. 6, 1902, 2. Andrew D. White, "The Cardiff Giant," The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 64:6 (October 1902), 948-955. "The History of the Cardiff Giant," Scranton [Pa.] Tribune, June 24, 1899, 11. "Cardiff Giant Fraud," Salt Lake [Utah] Herald, April 23, 1899. "He Made the Giant," Reading [Pa.] Eagle, Feb. 10, 1889, 2. "The Cardiff Giant," in The History of Sauk County, Wisconsin, Western Historical Company, 1880, 547-552. "More About the Colorado Cardiff Giant," New York Times, Sept. 30, 1877. "The Cardiff Giant's Carpet-Bag," New York Times, Dec. 10, 1876. W.A. McKinney, "The Cardiff Giant," English Mechanics and the World of Science, 22:562 (Dec. 31, 1875), 393-394. "The Cardiff Giant Again," New York Times, May 11, 1874. "Can a Married Woman Hold Property in a Cardiff Giant?" St. Louis Democrat, Dec. 12, 1872. "The Cardiff Giant," College Courant 5:22 (Dec. 11, 1869), 347. "The Cardiff Giant," Harper's Weekly 13:675 (Dec. 4, 1869), 776. "The Cardiff Giant a Humbug," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, December 1869 meeting, 161-163. Today the giant resides at the Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y. Listener mail: "About Us," Town of Chicken (accessed March 15, 2019). "ptarmigan," Oxford Living Dictionaries (accessed March 15, 2019). "ptarmigan," Dictionary.com (accessed March 15, 2019). "Chicken of Chicken, Alaska" (accessed March 15, 2019). Wikipedia, "Chicken, Alaska" (accessed March 15, 2019). Danny Payne, "Paint the Town Pink: Iowa's Unusual Tactic of Messing With Its Opponents,"...
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Nikola Tesla - How To Increase The Force - Audiobook
 
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Download + stream audiobook here: https://mindst8.bandcamp.com/album/nikola-tesla-the-problem-with-increasing-human-energy The Third Problem: How To Increase The Force Accelerating The Human Mass —The Harnessing Of The Sun's Energy The Source Of Human Energy —The Three Ways Of Drawing Energy From The Sun Part 4 from of The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla - The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 38; Volume 60 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGCiFplwl3ShbN5cYK3EJ8M16ifxoFZJ https://books.google.com/books?id=YbnPAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
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The Century Company | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Century_Company 00:00:41 Imprints 00:00:53 See also 00:01:12 External links Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.9814634066369943 Voice name: en-GB-Wavenet-C "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= The Century Company was an American publishing company, founded in 1881. It was originally a subsidiary of Charles Scribner's Sons, named Scribners and Company, but was bought by Roswell Smith and renamed by him after the Century Association. The magazine that the company had published up to that time, Scribners Monthly, was renamed The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. The Century Company was also the publisher of St. Nicholas Magazine from the time of its founding. In 1933 the Century Company merged with publisher D. Appleton & Company to form Appleton-Century Company, and later Appleton-Century-Crofts.
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Children's Books 19th century juveniles c.1850's-1900 lot x 10 w/ color plates
 
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Children's Books of 19th century. Collection of ten (10) illustrated soft-cover. Each item uncommon/ scarce, lot is interesting, appealing and unique. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the lot. Mother's Series. The Passionate Child. c.1872, New York, McLoughlin Brothers. 8 pp. color lithographs. Alfred Crowquill's Fairy tales. The Selfish Man or, the World's Teaching. 1857, London, G. Routledge & Co. With color litho cover and 14 full page plates with early/ original hand color. Sheets once loose, early owner amateurishly re-stitched spine with thread. Mother Goose's Melodies.nd (c.1880-90), London, McLoughlin Bros. Publishers. Profusely illustrated with b&w line drawings. Spine amateurishly repaired by early owner with cloth. On Guard A B C. New York& London, Raphael Tuck & Sons. Co. Ltd. c.1890-1910. Color lithographed and printed on linen. The People's Handbook Series. Every boy His Own Toy-Maker. New York, F. M. Lupton Publisher. The Palette Painting Book. London,c.1890-1900, Frederick Warne & Co. [Shaped like artists palette] New York, McLoughlin Bros. near toy book. Chromolithographed covers, 8 color lithographed plates, heavy water color paper. Original water color dabs to show colors on final key leaf. Little Folks' Painting Book. NY, McLoughlin Bros., c.1880-90. With eight full page choromolithographs, numerous full page lithographed. Themes are circus, dolls & cats. Babyland. Oct. 1889, Boston, D. Lothrop Company. Monthly juvenile periodical. Illustrated with advertising. Larkin's Sunday School Greeting. c.1890-1900, NY. Soap Company juvenile promotional book. Color litho covers, well illustrated. My Painting Book. c.1880-90, London, Raphael Tuck & Sons. Art by Shute, NC Bishop, Walker Hodgson, E. Lewis, G. Stoddard & W.W. Lloyd. Chromolitho cover, lacks rear cover, With 1891 gift inscription from Caroline Beaumont. 8 full page color lithographed plates. Every Boy His Own Toy-Maker. NY, 1894 by F.M. Lupton. [People's Handbook Series]. Profusely illustrated, comprehensive and wonderful compendium of toys and amusement novelties. Smallest book measures: 6" H X 4 7/8" W. Largest book measures: 9 5/8" H X 7 3/4" W. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/
How the Founder of Time, Fortune, and Life Magazines Molded Public Opinion
 
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Henry Robinson Luce (April 3, 1898 – February 28, 1967) was an American magazine magnate who was called "the most influential private citizen in the America of his day." He launched and closely supervised a stable of magazines that transformed journalism and the reading habits of upscale Americans. Time summarized and interpreted the week's news; Life was a picture magazine of politics, culture, and society that dominated American visual perceptions in the era before television; Fortune explored in depth the economy and the world business; and Sports Illustrated explored the motivations and strategies of sports teams and key players. Counting his radio projects and newsreels, Luce created the first multimedia corporation. He envisaged that the United States would achieve world hegemony, and, in 1941, he declared the 20th century would be the "American Century." Luce was born in Tengchow (now Penglai), Shandong, China, on April 3, 1898, the son of Elizabeth Root Luce and Henry Winters Luce, who was a Presbyterian missionary.[3] He received his education in various Chinese and English boarding schools, including the China Inland Mission Chefoo School. At 15, he was sent to the US to attend the Hotchkiss School in Connecticut, where he edited the Hotchkiss Literary Monthly. It was there he first met Briton Hadden,[3] who would become a lifelong partner. At the time, Hadden served as editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, and Luce worked as an assistant managing editor. Both went on to Yale College, where Hadden served as chairman and Luce as managing editor of The Yale Daily News. Luce was also a member of Alpha Delta Phi and Skull and Bones. After being voted "most brilliant" of his class and graduating in 1920, he parted ways with Hadden to embark for a year on historical studies at Oxford University, followed by a stint as a cub reporter for the Chicago Daily News. In December 1921, Luce rejoined Hadden to work at The Baltimore News. Recalling his relationship with Hadden, Luce later said, "Somehow, despite the greatest differences in temperaments and even in interests, we had to work together. We were an organization. At the center of our lives — our job, our function — at that point everything we had belonged to each other." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Luce
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The Perfect Date | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix
 
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To save up for college, Brooks Rattigan (Noah Centineo) creates an app where anyone can pay him to play the perfect stand-in boyfriend for any occasion. Watch The Perfect Date only on Netflix April 12: https://www.netflix.com/title/81019888 SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/29qBUt7 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading internet entertainment service with 130 million memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. Connect with Netflix Online: Visit Netflix WEBSITE: http://nflx.it/29BcWb5 Like Netflix Kids on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/NetflixFamily Like Netflix on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/29kkAtN Follow Netflix on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/29gswqd Follow Netflix on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/29oO4UP Follow Netflix on TUMBLR: http://bit.ly/29kkemT The Perfect Date | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix http://youtube.com/netflix
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Music History 101 - Julian Carrillo - Sound 13
 
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Music History 101 - Julian Carrillo - Sound 13 Julian Carrillo Trujillo was a mexican composer, conductor, violinist and scientist born in Ahualulco San Luis Potosi in 1875. Part of the modernist international current. He is considered as one of the most important mexican composers and a very important pioneer of microtonalism. He researched microtonalism and developed Sound 13 theory. The first attempt to formalize the study of microtonalism. sources: www.sonido13.com Camp, Roderic Ai (1995). "Carrillo (Flores), Nabor" [son], Mexican Political Biographies, 1935-1993: Third Edition, p.121. ISBN 0-292-71181-6. Jump up ^ Mena, María Cristina (1914). "Julian Carrillo: The Herald of a Musical Monroe Doctrine", pp.755-56, The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Vol. 89: pp.753-???. Josiah Gilbert Holland and Richard Watson Gilder, eds. Digitized 2008. Jump up ^ Anon., "The Musical Revolution of Don Julián Carrillo", The Times, issue 55659 (Tuesday, 26 March 1963): 15, col A.
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Harpers monthly magazine.ASF
 
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I'm selling these magazines for $10.00. circa 1872-1873-1875. Figure $5.00 priority mail. You'll get one magazine my choice.
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50 Cent - In Da Club (Int'l Version)
 
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Best of 50 Cent: https://goo.gl/PgrRic Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/o954jF Music video by 50 Cent performing In Da Club. (C) 2003 Shady Records/Aftermath Records/Interscope Records #VEVOCertified on February 13, 2012. http://www.vevo.com/certified http://www.youtube.com/vevocertified
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The Law of Attraction - Get Wealth Abundance Money Success & Prosperity Law of Attraction
 
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Use The Spoken Word To Bring Prosperity Into Your Life !!! This Advice Will Help You Draw Abundance, Wealth, Self Confidence, Success, and Prosperity to you !! The Law of Attraction - Get Wealth Abundance Money Success & Prosperity Law of Attraction. Like My Content? Subscribe for More Success and Abundance! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=GrowingForever GrowingForever Playlist https://www.youtube.com/user/GrowingForever/playlists? From "The Game of Life and How to Play It" by Florence Scovel Shinn. About Florence Scovel Shinn: Florence Scovel Shinn (September 24, 1871, Camden, New Jersey -- October 17, 1940) was an American artist and book illustrator who became a New Thought spiritual teacher and metaphysical writer in her middle years. In New Thought circles, she is best known for her first book, The Game of Life and How to Play It (1925). Shinn expressed her philosophy as: The invisible forces are ever working for man who is always 'pulling the strings' himself, though he does not know it. Owing to the vibratory power of words, whatever man voices, he begins to attract. Her metaphysicals works began with her self-published The Game of Life and How to Play it in 1925. Your Word is Your Wand was published in 1928 and The Secret Door to Success in 1940. The Game of Life and How to Play it includes quotes from the Bible and anecdotal explanations of the author's understanding of God and man. Her philosophy centers on the power of positive thought and usually includes instructions for verbal or physical affirmation. "The Unitarians have such nice children's parties", a drawing published in The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 1904. A typical Scovel Shinn piece of advice would be "It is safe to say that all sickness and unhappiness come from the violation of the law of love. A new commandment I give unto you, 'Love one another,' and in the Game of Life, love or good-will takes every trick." Her advice is usually accompanied by a "real life" anecdote, as for the above "Love one another" advice: A woman I know, had, for years an appearance of a terrible skin disease. The doctors told her it was incurable, and she was in despair. She was on the stage, and she feared she would soon have to give up her profession, and she had no other means of support. She, however, procured a good engagement, and on the opening night, made a great "hit." She received flattering notices from the critics, and was joyful and elated. The next day she received a notice of dismissal. A man in the cast had been jealous of her success and had caused her to be sent away. She felt hatred and resentment taking complete possession of her, and she cried out, "Oh God don't let me hate that man." That night she worked for hours "in the silence." She said, "I soon came into a very deep silence. I seemed to be at peace with myself, with the man, and with the whole world. I continued this for two following nights, and on the third day I found I was healed completely of the skin disease!" In asking for love, or good will, she had fulfilled the law, ("for love is the fulfilling of the law") and the disease (which came from subconscious resentment) was wiped out.." Shinn is considered part of the New Thought movement, as her writings follow in the tradition of Phineas Quimby (1802--1866), Emma Curtis Hopkins (1849--1925), and both Charles Fillmore (1854--1948) and Myrtle Fillmore (1845--1931), co-founders of the Unity Church. Motivational author Louise Hay acknowledges her as an early influence. The Law of Prosperity - Get Wealth Abundance Money Success & Prosperity Law of Attraction Thank you for watching GrowingForever
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131-Escape From Libby Prison
 
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Libby Prison was one of the most infamous prison camps of the Civil War -- thousands of Union prisoners were packed together in a converted warehouse, facing months or years of starvation and abuse. The Confederates thought the prison was escape-proof, and in this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll show how a determined group of prisoners set out to prove them wrong. We'll also duel with a barrel and puzzle over why an admitted forger would be found innocent. Intro: Iowa attorney Townsend M. Zink directed that his money be used to build a library that would exclude women and stock books written only by men. In the early 1960s, the American Automobile Association forgot to include Seattle on its road map of the United States. Sources for our feature on the Libby Prison breakout: Joseph Wheelan, Libby Prison Breakout, 2010. Jonathan Franklin William Vance, Encyclopedia of Prisoners of War and Internment, 2006. Bruce Klee, "Libby Prison," Civil War Times Illustrated 37:7 (February 1999), 32-38. Steven Trent Smith, "The Great Libby Prison Breakout," Civil War Times 49:4 (August 2010), 46-53. Michael Morgan, "Breakout From Rat Hell," Civil War Times Illustrated 40:5 (October 2001), 28-37. A.G. Hamilton, "Story of the Famous Tunnel Escape From Libby Prison," 1893. Emeric Szabad, "Diary in Libby Prison," Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country 77:459 (March 1868), 385-406. Frank E. Moran, "Libby Prison's Tunnel," Toledo Blade, Nov. 9, 1882. "Colonel Rose's Tunnel at Libby Prison," Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, March 1888. Second feature: "Five Accidents, But Only One Indemnity," American Lawyer, August 1906. This story was a staple of vaudeville, made most famous, I think, by Fred Allen. But Allen was 12 when this version appeared, and 1 when the joke made its debut. This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Adam Behring, who sent this corroborating link (warning -- this spoils the puzzle). You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on iTunes or Google Play Music or via the RSS feed at http://feedpress.me/futilitycloset. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- on our Patreon page you can pledge any amount per episode, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at [email protected] Thanks for listening!
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True story of NOBITA DORAEMON Death | EXPOSING Truth of Real Sad Story of Nobita Death in Hindi
 
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Today i am going to Expose The Truth of Viral Video of Nobita's Death. | UNDEKHA Rahasya | Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. True story of Doraemon | Exposing The Truth of Real Shocking and Sad Story of Nobita Death | Hindi Doraemon (Japanese: ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic cat servant named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a pre-teen boy named Nobita Nobi (野比のび太 Nobi Nobita). The Doraemon manga series was first published in December 1969 in six different magazines. A total of 1,345 stories were created in the original series, which are published by Shogakukan under the Tentōmushi (てんとう虫) manga brand, extending to forty-five volumes. The volumes are collected in the Takaoka Central Library in Toyama, Japan, where Fujiko Fujio was born. Turner Broadcasting System bought the rights to the Doraemon anime series in the mid-1980s for an English-language release in the United States,[1] but cancelled it without explanation before broadcasting any episodes. In July 2013 Voyager Japan announced the manga would be released digitally in English via the Amazon Kindle e-book service. It is one of the best-selling manga in the world, having sold over 100 million copies. Awards for Doraemon include the Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence in 1973, the first Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga in 1982, and the first Osamu Tezuka Culture Award in 1997. In March 2008 Japan's Foreign Ministry appointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime ambassador." A Ministry spokesperson explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture."[2] The Foreign Ministry action confirms that Doraemon has come to be considered a Japanese cultural icon. In India, its Hindi, Telugu, Tamil translation has been telecasted, where the anime version is the highest-rated kids' show; it won the best Kids' Show award at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India.[3] In 2002 Time Asia magazine acclaimed the character as an "Asian Hero" in a special feature survey. An edited English dub distributed by TV Asahi aired on Disney XD in the United States started on July 7, 2014. On August 17, 2015, another English dub distributed by Luk Internacional began broadcast by Boomerang UK. The film series is the largest by number of admissions in Japan.Nobita is a young boy who suffers from poor grades, frequent bullying and negative emotions like sadness, jealousy, etc. In order to improve the life of his descendants, the robotic cat Doraemon is sent back in time by one of those descendants to protect and guide Nobita. Doraemon has a pocket from which he produces items known as "gadgets", which range from toys and medicines, to technology from the future. Some of these include the "bamboo-copter", a small head accessory that allows flight and the "Anywhere Door", a door that opens up to any place the user wishes. Nobita's closest friend and love interest is Shizuka Minamoto, who also serves as his romantic interest. Nobita is usually tormented by the bullying Takeshi Goda (nicknamed "Gian"), and the cunning and arrogant Suneo Honekawa. A typical story consists of Doraemon using one of his gadgets in order to assist Nobita in various ways, often causing more trouble than he was trying to solve. In December 1969 the Doraemon manga appeared in six different children's monthly magazines published by Shogakukan. The magazines were aimed at children from nursery school to fourth grade. In 1977 CoroCoro Comic was launched as the flagship magazine of Doraemon.[4] Since the debut of Doraemon in 1969, the stories have been selectively collected into forty-five books published from 1974 to 1996. Shogakukan published a master works collection consisting of Twenty volumes between July 24, 2009 and September 25, 2012.[5][6] In addition, Doraemon has appeared in a variety of manga series by Shōgakukan. In 2005 Shōgakukan published a series of five more manga volumes under the title Doraemon+ (Doraemon Plus), which were not found in the forty-five original volumes. On December 1, 2014, a sixth volume of Doraemon Plus was published. This was the first volume in eight years.
Mount Lebanon Shaker Village in Color in 1856
 
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Following his visit to the Mount Lebanon Shaker village in August, 1856, the New York newspaper artist Benson Lossing made watercolor drawings to guide the production of the wood engravings that illustrated the article he published in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine about daily life in a Shaker community. Although the illustrations for Lossing’s Shaker article were printed in black and white, his original watercolors have survived to give us an extraordinary glimpse at the colors of the Mount Lebanon Shaker village 162 years ago. Rob Emlen recently retired as University Curator and Senior Lecturer in American Studies at Brown University. He is at work on a book about how the Shakers were pictured in the popular illustrated press of 19th century America, a complement to his book Shaker Village Views, about how Shaker artists pictured their own communities in the 19th century.
Reapers  illusrated monthly
 
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112p 死神をテーマにしたアウトラインとアートブックです。 Featuring artwork from Pale Horse, Hunter Spanks, Vicky Morgan, Johannes Nota, Jojo Ackermann, William Thidemann, Luarent Trelaun, Paul Dobleman, Dave Regan, Keet D'arms, Aaron Hodges, Zack Spurlock, Elisa Roewer, Dan Sinnes, Foerdl Scheichenost, Sam Rulz, Theo Mindell, Chriss Dettmer, Robert Atkinson, Beau Brady, Chad Koeplinger, Matthew Gordon, Wendy Pham, Uncle Allan, Jeff Srsic, Adam Hays, Chris Yvon, Stephen Burlton, Dean Denney, Shaun Beaudry, Antony Flemming, Mind Killer Ink Soft cover 15cm c 25.5cm ©2015 Illustrated Monthly All Rights Reserved
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Children's Books 1880's-1916 Colorful lot x 10 w/ many chromolithography plates
 
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Children's Books of 19th Century. Fun lot of ten color illustrated books issued c. 1880-1916 era. [Chromolithography]. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the lot. All appear complete, but sold as-is, (100 year old juvenile books often survive slightly defective), and as shown in video. Self Made Pictures for Children or Cut-Out Journeys to Famous Places Painted and Described, by C. Durand Chapman. 1916, New York, Frederick A Stokes Company. Images composed of cut-out scenes constructed by an early owner. Father Tuck's Picture Land. "Untearable". Berlin, Raphael Tuck & Sons, Ltd.c.1900. All pages mounted to linen as issued. 24 full page chormolithographed color plates, 4 pp. color. Shaken, many pages edge chipped. Small Birds. 1903, New York, McLoughlin Bros. Chromolithographed cover. Six full page chromolithographed color plates. Gulliver's Travels. Berlin, Raphael Tuck & Sons, Ltd. c.1890-1900. Soft cover- chromolithographed covers. Four full page chormolithographed color plates. Front cover detached. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe. c.1900, Chicago, Donohue Brothers. Splendid chromolithographed color cover. Profusion of b&w drawings. Twelve Times One. Illustrated by Mary A. Lathbury. 1888, New York, Worthington Co. With 13 beautiful full page chromolithographed color plates. Lacks paper spine. Boots at the Holly Tree In, by Charles Dickens. 1882, New York, Cassel, Petter, Galpin & Co. Color lithographed paper covered boards. Lacks paper spine. With 16 full page color lithographed plates. Through the Meadows by Fred E. Weatherly. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co. c. 1880's. Illustrated by M. E. Edwards. With 18 full page color litho plates. Stories About Birds of Land and Water, by M. and E. Kirby. London, Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co. c.1880's. Lovely color lithographed paper covered boards cloth spine binding. Profusely illustrated with b&w line drawings. Shaken, still attractive. Little Miss Muffet and Other Stories. 1902, New York, McLoughlin Bros. With 24 full page chromolithographed plates. Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia, by Samuel Johnson, LL. D. London, George Routledge and Sons. c. 1880 color lithographed paper boards binding. Smallest book measures: 7 1/4" H X 5 1/4" W. Largest book measures: 9 3/4" H X 12" W. Lot along the shelf measures: 6". Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/
Inside Barcelona’s ambitious plan to renovate the Camp Nou stadium | WIRED with Audi
 
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FC Barcelona is renovating the Camp Nou stadium for the 21st century. We go inside the redevelopment plans to see how the new Camp Nou experience will help maintain its status as a world-beater. Subscribe to WIRED►► http://po.st/SubscribeWired CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: http://po.st/WiredVideo Twitter: http://po.st/TwitterWired Facebook: http://po.st/FacebookWired Google+: http://po.st/GoogleWired Instagram: http://po.st/InstagramWired Magazine: http://po.st/MagazineWired Newsletter: http://po.st/NewslettersWired ABOUT WIRED WIRED brings you the future as it happens - the people, the trends, the big ideas that will change our lives. An award-winning printed monthly and online publication. WIRED is an agenda-setting magazine offering brain food on a wide range of topics, from science, technology and business to pop-culture and politics. Inside Barcelona’s ambitious plan to renovate the Camp Nou stadium | WIRED with Audi https://www.youtube.com/user/WiredVideoUK
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FULL MOVIE : DORAEMON AND ADVENTURES OF NOBIDOG PARK 2018
 
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Doraemon (Japanese: ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a boy named Nobita Nobi (野比のび太 Nobi Nobita). The Doraemon manga series was first published in December 1969 in six different magazines. A total of 1,345 stories were created in the original series, which are published by Shogakukan. The volumes are collected in the Takaoka Central Library in Toyama, Japan, where Fujiko Fujio was born. Turner Broadcasting System bought the rights to the Doraemon anime series in the mid-1980s for an English-language release in the United States,[1] but cancelled it without explanation before broadcasting any episodes. In July 2013 Voyager Japan announced the manga would be released digitally in English via the Amazon Kindle e-book service. It is one of the best-selling manga in the world, having sold over 100 million copies as of 2015. Awards for Doraemon include the Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence in 1973, the first Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga in 1982, and the first Osamu Tezuka Culture Award in 1997. In March 2008, Japan's Foreign Ministry appointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime ambassador." A Ministry spokesperson explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture.[2] The Foreign Ministry action confirms that Doraemon has come to be considered a Japanese cultural icon. In India, its Hindi, Telugu and Tamil translation has been telecasted, where the anime version is the highest-rated kids' show; winning the Best Show For Kids award twice at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India in 2013 and 2015. In 2002 Time Asia magazine acclaimed the character as an "Asian Hero" in a special feature survey. An edited English dub distributed by TV Asahi aired on Disney XD in the United States started on July 7, 2014. In Epcot, Doraemon toys are on the Japan shop. On August 17, 2015, another English dubbed version distributed by Luk Internacional began broadcasting on Boomerang UK. The film series is the largest by number of admissions in Japan. Contents 1 Plot 2 Media 2.1 Manga 2.2 Anime 2.2.1 Television series 2.2.2 Feature films 2.3 Video games 2.4 Musical 3 Merchandise 4 Reception 5 Legacy 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References 9 External links Plot Main article: List of Doraemon characters Nobita Nobi is a young boy who suffers from poor grades, frequent bullying and negative emotions like sadness and jealousy. Many years in the future, one of his descendants sends the robotic cat Doraemon back in time to protect and guide Nobita. Doraemon has a four-dimensional pocket in which he stores innumerable items known as gadgets, which range from toys and medicine, to technology from the future. Examples include the Bamboo-Copter (Japanese: Take-Koputa), a small piece of headgear that allows flight and the Anywhere Door (Japanese: Doko Demo Doa), a door that opens up to any place the user wishes. Nobita's closest friend is Shizuka Minamoto, who also serves as his romantic interest and eventually becomes his wife. Nobita is usually tormented by the bullying Takeshi Goda (nicknamed "Gian"), and the cunning and arrogant Suneo Honekawa. A typical story consists of Doraemon using one of his gadgets in order to assist Nobita in various ways, often causing more trouble than he was trying to solve. Media Further information: List of non-Japanese Doraemon versions Manga See also: List of Doraemon chapters and List of Doraemon Plus chapters The first appearance of Doraemon, who came via the time machine. In December 1969 the Doraemon manga appeared in six different children's monthly magazines published by Shogakukan. The magazines were aimed at children from nursery school to fourth grade. In 1977 CoroCoro Comic was launched as the flagship magazine of Doraemon.[3] Since the debut of Doraemon in 1969, the stories have been selectively collected into forty-five tankōbon volumes, which were published under Shogakukan's Tentōmushi Comics imprint, from 1974 to 1996. Shogakukan published a master works collection consisting of Twenty volumes between July 24, 2009 and September 25, 2012.[4][5] In addition, Doraemon has appeared in a variety of manga series by Shōgakukan. In 2005 Shōgakukan published a series of five more manga volumes under the title Doraemon+ (Doraemon Plus), which were not found in the forty-five original volumes. On December 1, 2014, a sixth volume of Doraemon Plus was published. This was the first volume in eight years.[6] Make sure to Like !
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PR Like a Boss:  Jessica Erickson at TEDxAthensSalon
 
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Jessica Erickson Managing & PR Director - Four Sektor & siliconallee.com Managing Director at Four Sektor responsible for the PR branch. She secures press coverage in the US, Europe and Asia for Berlin-based startups. Jessica builds successful and meaningful relationships with consumers, business partners, potential investors and other industry influencers. As a Sandboxer member, she interacts with a large community of extraordinary young achievers across the globe. And as a founder of an all-women tech group called Berlin Geekettes, she curates the blog, coordinates monthly meet ups and connects women from all different areas of tech expertise. She also writes blog posts and organizes startup presentation events and workshops across Europe. She strives to connect with like-minded people, enjoys exchanging ideas and is pushing for a stronger startup community in Berlin. Prior to joining Four Sektor, Jessica worked for a variety of other startups in NYC and Berlin after completing her Masters in Media and Communications at the London School of Economics. About TEDxAthens TEDxAthens is a world-class conference about Innovation, Creativity and Ideas based in Athens, Greece. TEDxAthens is one of the very first TEDx events worldwide -consequently the first TEDx event in Greece- and started in May 2009. TEDxAthens seeks to develop and leverage the TED experience at a regional level, bringing together innovators and inspirational speakers, shakers, makers and breakers.
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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 07 - 02. February 1896 | Various | Travel & Geography | 1/2
 
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http://bit.ly/Dion_Graham_Audio_Books Please watch, full relaxation: "6 Hour Relaxing Piano Music: Rain Sounds, Meditation Music, Relaxing Music, Soft Music, ♫96N" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnZp8gql2fs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- National Geographic Magazine Vol. 07 - 02. February 1896 | Various | Travel & Geography | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 1/2 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, the February Number. It includes the following articles: Venezuela: Her Government, People, and Boundary, by William E. Curtis The Panama Canal Route, by Robert T. Hill The Tehuantepec Ship Railway, by Elmer L. Corthell The Present State of the Nicaragua Canal, by Gen. A. W. Greely Explorations by the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1895, by W. J. McGee The Valley of the Orinoco, by T. H. Gignilliat Yucatan in 1895 along with geographic literature and notes. This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Steamboats - Archival Steamboat footage - 1950's - 1990's- Best Shot Stock Footage
 
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http://www.bestshotfootage.com/ A steamboat or steamship, sometimes called a steamer, is a ship in which the primary method of propulsion is steam power, typically driving propellers or paddlewheels. Steamships usually use the prefix designation SS, S.S. or S/S. S.S. Humbolt Engine Room, illustrated in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. XII, May 1851, Vol. II Finnish steamer — S/S Ukkopekka, Finland. The term steamboat is usually used to refer to smaller steam-powered boats working on lakes and rivers, particularly riverboats; steamship generally refers to larger steam-powered ships, usually ocean-going, capable of carrying a (ship's) boat. The S.S. Humbolt engine room, to the right, is a concept drawing during the construction of the ship. The term steam wheeler is archaic and rarely used. In England, "steam packet", after its sailing predecessor, was the usual term; even "steam barge" could be used.[notes 1] The French transatlantic steamer SS La Touraine was probably the last of her type to be equipped with sails,[citation needed] although she never used them. Steamships in turn were overtaken by diesel-driven ships in the second half of the 20th century. Most warships used steam propulsion from the 1860s until the advent of the gas turbine in the early 20th century.
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Juvenile old children's books 1880's era lot x 6 color litho covers illustrated
 
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View this nice collection of six old juvenile books from the late 19th century which all have color lithographed covers in more detail at: https://antiquemapsprints.com/products/juvenile-old-childrens-books-1880s-era-lot-x-6-color-litho-covers-illustrated Collection of six 19th century juvenile books all in original color lithographed paper covered boards publisher bindings. All profusely illustrated in b&w with wood engravings or line drawings. Browse and purchase these and many thousands more antique maps, rare books and prints at https://www.BrianDiMambro.com. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/
Remington's Old West series of Photo-Essays and Short Novels
 
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Cowboys of Remington’s West series Frederic Sackrider Remington (October 4, 1861 – December 26, 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialized in depictions of the Old American West, specifically concentrating on the last quarter of the 19th-century American West and images of cowboys, American Indians, and the U. S. Cavalry Remington was not a typical Yale student, who seemed to major in good times and art, football and boxing. With a $9,000 inheritance from the death of his father, the Old West called his name. Wrangling, cow punching and sketches in any spare time were his past times on the ranch The sketches grew not only in numbers, after a marriage, that provided an impetus to find a job, but in quality & realism. Remington’s work was the motivator behind a successful advertising campaign, for the Malboro Man of cigarette fame This series of Photo essays provide examples of many of his paintings and sketches depicting life in America's old west at the end of the 1900's. This Remington and other family members involved with rifles, ammunition became synonymous with a vision of the Old West. The painter also expanded, his fame as a war correspondent during the Indian Wars and the Spanish American Conflict. Fredric Remington also dabbled in bronze sculpting, working his way to larger than life monuments to America's Old West. Graduating from monthly magazine articles, he wrote and illustrated several of his own short novel and contracted out as illustrator for other noted story writers of the day. More on this series and other from Relaxed Venues are available at http://RelaxedVenues.blogspot.com. Relaxed Venue also will take custom orders for most titles in terms of other standard book sizes and languages as well as publish and retail your own manuscripts at low turn key rates.
Doraemon 2018 Hindi - Journey by Bus New Episodes
 
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Hello in this video you will watch Doraemon 2018 Hindi this is latest latest doraemon episodes 2018 in Hindi you can watch and enjoy this doraemon cartoon.https://youtu.be/MG-q9FNqBR8 Basically this is very popular doraemon cartoon in the world and millions of peoples watch cartoon in daily. Doraemon (Japanese: ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a pre-teen boy named Nobita Nobi (野比のび太 Nobi Nobita). The Doraemon manga series was first published in December 1969 in six different magazines. A total of 1,345 stories were created in the original series, which are published by Shogakukan. The volumes are collected in the Takaoka Central Library in Toyama, Japan, where Fujiko Fujio was born. Turner Broadcasting System bought the rights to the Doraemon anime series in the mid-1980s for an English-language release in the United States,but cancelled it without explanation before broadcasting any episodes. In July 2013 Voyager Japan announced the manga would be released digitally in English via the Amazon Kindle e-book service. It is one of the best-selling manga in the world, having sold over 100 million copies as of 2015. Awards for Doraemon include the Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence in 1973, the first Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga in 1982, and the first Osamu Tezuka Culture Award in 1997. In March 2008, Japan's Foreign Ministry appointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime ambassador." A Ministry spokesperson explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture. In December 1969 the Doraemon manga appeared in six different children's monthly magazines published by Shogakukan. The magazines were aimed at children from nursery school to fourth grade. In 1977 CoroCoro Comic was launched as the flagship magazine of Doraemon. Since the debut of Doraemon in 1969, the stories have been selectively collected into forty-five tankōbon volumes, which were published under Shogakukan's Tentōmushi Comics imprint, from 1974 to 1996. Shogakukan published a master works collection consisting of Twenty volumes between July 24, 2009 and September 25, 2012.In addition, Doraemon has appeared in a variety of manga series by Shōgakukan. In 2005 Shōgakukan published a series of five more manga volumes under the title Doraemon+ (Doraemon Plus), which were not found in the forty-five original volumes. On December 1, 2014, a sixth volume of Doraemon Plus was published. This was the first volume in eight years. i hope you like Doraemon 2018 Hindi video .Please Subscribe this channel Doraemon in Hindi 2018 for more videos updates. Follow me On Social Media" ====================== ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/eJxCbM ► Website: https://c4cartoom.blogspot.com/
The Byzantine Sundial Calendar - The 2nd Patron Series Project - (AKA The London Sundial Calendar)
 
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Byzantine Sundial Calendar Preview, by Clickspring. tl;dr - If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring ________________________________________________________ A very special thank you to Patrons Dan Keen, Samuel Irons, Sean Kuyper, Mark Kobey and Arnold Madnick ________________________________________________________ First off, let me say thank you. Thank you to all of you who have subscribed to the Clickspring Youtube channel, hit the like button and taken the time to leave a comment. It's thanks to you that I am even in the position of being able to consider growing the channel via Patreon, and I want you to know how much I appreciate your support. Why Patreon? I've been overwhelmed by the response to the project videos, and I'm at the point now where I can see an exciting future for the channel. I'd like to be able to provide a broader range of project videos, as well as release videos more frequently. I'm sure that you would already know that it takes a lot of time (and a reasonable amount of money!) to develop and make the projects, as well as shoot and edit the videos. So I'd like your support to help me take this to the next level. Your financial contribution will help me to buy project materials, replace worn cutters etc, as well as devote more time to the research required to develop new project ideas. If you like the sound of that, then please show your support with a monthly pledge, and know that you are helping to create something of value for us both. Kind regards, Chris. ---- $1 per Month reward: ---- Contribute $1 or more, and you get my sincere thanks for your support, as well as the warm fuzzy feeling of knowing that you're helping to keep the lights on at Clickspring. As a thank you for your support, you also get access to exclusive video content known as The Patron Series - A multi part video series of build projects, created specifically for Clickspring Patrons. You get full access to the plans associated with each Patron Series project, and as an extra bonus I will select one Patron and give them the actual project to keep, at the conclusion of the project. The 1st patron Series project is complete (The Wedge Style Hand Vise - 5 Episodes), and the 2nd Patron Series project (The Byzantine Sundial-Calendar) will commence in Feb 2017. ---- Early Video Access: ---- $3 or more per month Contribute $3 or more, and you still get my thanks, that warm fuzzy feeling, and access to all of the Patron Series content, but you also get early access to the free YouTube video content. I'll post the video links here for all Clickspring Patreon supporters at least 1 week before the standard release on YouTube. You get first access to all of the newest Clickspring videos. ---- Your Name In The Description Box: ---- $30 or more per month You get all of the above rewards (warm fuzzies, early YouTube videos, The Patron Series content), plus the fun of having your name (or username of your choice) recorded in the description box of every Clickspring video going forward, whilst you maintain this level of support. ---- Your name In The Video Credits: ---- $100 or more per month This superhuman contribution entitles you to all of the above (warm fuzzies, early YouTube videos, The Patron Series content, name in the description box) and also entitles you to a special place in the Clickspring video itself. Your name (or username of choice) will appear in the on-screen credits for every Clickspring video going forward, whilst you maintain this level of support. Info on Michael Wright: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_T._Wright, http://www.mtwright.co.uk/ Byzantine Sundial Calendar Preview, by Clickspring.
Views: 190969 Clickspring
Vintage Ephemera Collecting : Ephemera Newspaper Collectibles
 
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Old newspapers that mark historical events are considered ephemera newspaper collectibles. Find out more about ephemera newspaper collectibles with expert tips from an antique store owner in this free video about ephemera collecting. Expert: Jan Braunstein Bio: Jan Braunstein owns and operates the Antique Avenue antiques store in Pomona, Calif. Her mother also owned an antiques store. She is a certified antique appraiser. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan
Views: 7722 expertvillage
Dgrayman Characters In Real Life, Best Dgrayman Cosplay Costume
 
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Dgrayman Characters In Real Life, Best Dgrayman Cosplay Costume Here are some of the best Dgrayman Characters that I've seen so far.. Characters List : Allen Walker Bak Chang Bookman Chomesuke Cross Marian Daisya Barry Deak (Lavi's previous name) Eliade Froi Tiedoll Howard Link Jasdero Jasdevi Klaud Nine Komui Lee Lala Lavi Lenalee Lee Lulu Bell Miranda Lotto Noise Marie Road Kamelot The Earl of Millennium Timcanpy Tyki Mikk Winters Socalo Yu Kanda Enjoy!!! Share this video to your friend that love Dgrayman. Subscribe this channel to get newest video! Your comments & shares are welcomed and appreciated. Thank you !!! ツ =============================================== =============================================== Dgrayman Summaries D.Gray-man (Japanese: ディー・グレイマン Hepburn: Dī Gureiman) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Katsura Hoshino. Set in the 19th century, it tells the story of a young Allen Walker, who joins an organization of exorcists named the Black Order. They use an ancient substance, Innocence, to combat a man known as the Millennium Earl and his demonic army of Akuma who intend to destroy humanity. Many characters are adapted from Hoshino's previous works and drafts, such as Zone. The series is noted for its dark narrative; Hoshino once rewrote a scene she thought too violent for her young readers. The manga began serialization in 2004 in the Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine, published by Shueisha. Production of the series was suspended several times because of Hoshino's health. D.Gray-man made the transition from a weekly to a monthly series in November 2009, when it began serialization in Jump Square. On December 29, 2012, the series went on indefinite hiatus. It resumed serialization on July 17, 2015 after the release of Jump SQ.Crown, a spin-off from the magazine Jump SQ. The manga's chapters have been collected in twenty-five tankōbon volumes. By May 2, 2017, Viz Media had released 25 volumes in the United States. A spin-off novel series, D.Gray-man Reverse by Kaya Kizaki, explores the history of a number of characters. The manga has been adapted into a 103-episode anime series by TMS Entertainment which aired from October 2006 to September 2008 in Japan and is licensed by Funimation in North America. A 13-episode anime series, D.Gray-Man Hallow, was produced by TMS Entertainment. It aired in Japan from July to September 2016 as a sequel to the first D.Gray-man anime series. Several items of merchandise have been produced, including two video games about the series. The manga has become one of Shueisha's bestsellers, with over 22.5 million copies sold. In Japan and North America, several individual volumes have appeared in weekly top-ten lists of bestselling manga. Although most reviewers found it similar to other series for the same demographic, they compared its moments of originality and well-developed characters favorably to other shōnen series. Hoshino's artwork has received mostly positive reviews; most critics commented that her characters are visually appealing and that the gothic elements to the art is pleasant to look at, the only critic to criticize Hoshino's artwork stated that her fight sequences are difficult to follow.
Views: 244 Icha Icha Paradise
doraemon in hindi 2018 new episodes hd || Time Travel Ka Safar
 
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Hello in this video you will watch doraemon in hindi 2018 new episodes hd this is latest latest doraemon episodes 2018 in Hindi you can watch and enjoy this doraemon in hindi 2018 new episodes hd .https://youtu.be/MG-q9FNqBR8 Basically this is very popular doraemon cartoon in the world and millions of peoples watch cartoon in daily. Doraemon (Japanese: ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a pre-teen boy named Nobita Nobi (野比のび太 Nobi Nobita). The Doraemon manga series was first published in December 1969 in six different magazines. A total of 1,345 stories were created in the original series, which are published by Shogakukan. The volumes are collected in the Takaoka Central Library in Toyama, Japan, where Fujiko Fujio was born. Turner Broadcasting System bought the rights to the Doraemon anime series in the mid-1980s for an English-language release in the United States,but cancelled it without explanation before broadcasting any episodes. In July 2013 Voyager Japan announced the manga would be released digitally in English via the Amazon Kindle e-book service. It is one of the best-selling manga in the world, having sold over 100 million copies as of 2015. Awards for Doraemon include the Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence in 1973, the first Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga in 1982, and the first Osamu Tezuka Culture Award in 1997. In March 2008, Japan's Foreign Ministry appointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime ambassador." A Ministry spokesperson explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture. In December 1969 the Doraemon manga appeared in six different children's monthly magazines published by Shogakukan. The magazines were aimed at children from nursery school to fourth grade. In 1977 CoroCoro Comic was launched as the flagship magazine of Doraemon. Since the debut of Doraemon in 1969, the stories have been selectively collected into forty-five tankōbon volumes, which were published under Shogakukan's Tentōmushi Comics imprint, from 1974 to 1996. Shogakukan published a master works collection consisting of Twenty volumes between July 24, 2009 and September 25, 2012.In addition, Doraemon has appeared in a variety of manga series by Shōgakukan. In 2005 Shōgakukan published a series of five more manga volumes under the title Doraemon+ (Doraemon Plus), which were not found in the forty-five original volumes. On December 1, 2014, a sixth volume of Doraemon Plus was published. This was the first volume in eight years. i hope you like doraemon in hindi 2018 new episodes hd video .Please Subscribe this channel Doraemon in Hindi 2018 for more videos updates. Follow me On Social Media" ====================== ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/eJxCbM ► Website: https://c4cartoom.blogspot.com/
The Jackdaw of Rheims Janette Miller
 
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"The Jackdaw of Rheims" is about a cheeky jackdaw who steals a cardinal's ring and is made a saint. The poem was very popular in my youth around 1950 and all little girls and boys learnt it but sadly now seems to have slipped off the table so here is a simple version using images of a bygone age, all nicely out of copyright, so that at least there is one example on YouTube. The Ingoldsby Legends is a collection of myths, legends, ghost stories and poetry written supposedly by Thomas Ingoldsby of Tappington Manor, actually a pen-name of an English clergyman named Richard Harris Barham. The legends were first printed during 1837 as a regular series in the magazine Bentley's Miscellany and later in New Monthly Magazine. The legends were illustrated by John Leech, George Cruikshank, and Sir John Tenniel. They proved immensely popular and were compiled into books published in 1842 . They remained popular during the 19th century but have since become little known. The background music is "Intermezzo 2" from "Jewels of the Madonna" Wolf-Ferrari arranged by Janette Miller.
Views: 936 Janette Miller
America's Greatest Illustrator: Paintings of Robinson Crusoe & Treasure Island (1999)
 
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Newell Convers Wyeth (October 22, 1882 – October 19, 1945), known as N. C. Wyeth, was an American artist and illustrator. He was the pupil of artist Howard Pyle and became one of America's greatest illustrators. During his lifetime, Wyeth created over 3,000 paintings and illustrated 112 books,[2] 25 of them for Scribner's, the Scribner Classics, which is the work for which he is best known.[1] The first of these, Treasure Island, was one of his masterpieces and the proceeds paid for his studio. Wyeth was a realist painter just as the camera and photography began to compete with his craft.[3] Sometimes seen as melodramatic, his illustrations were designed to be understood quickly.[4] Wyeth, who was both a painter and an illustrator, understood the difference, and said in 1908, "Painting and illustration cannot be mixed—one cannot merge from one into the other." Wyeth created a stimulating household for his talented children Andrew Wyeth, Henriette Wyeth Hurd, Carolyn Wyeth, Ann Wyeth McCoy, and Nathaniel C. Wyeth. Wyeth was very sociable, and frequent visitors included F. Scott Fitzgerald, Joseph Hergesheimer, Hugh Walpole, Lillian Gish, and John Gilbert. According to Andrew, who spent the most time with his father on account of his sickly childhood, Wyeth was a strict but patient father who did not talk down to his children.[11] His hard work as an illustrator gave his family the financial freedom to follow their own artistic and scientific pursuits. Andrew went on to become one of the foremost American artists of the second half of the 20th century, and both Henriette and Carolyn became artists also; Ann became an artist and composer. Nathaniel became an engineer for DuPont and worked on the team that invented the plastic soda bottle. Henriette and Ann married two of Wyeth's protégés, Peter Hurd and John W. McCoy. Wyeth is the grandfather of artists Jamie Wyeth and Michael Hurd and the musician Howard Wyeth. By 1911, Wyeth began to move away from Western subjects and on to illustrating classic literature. He painted a series for an edition of Treasure Island (1911), by Robert Louis Stevenson, thought by many to be his finest group of illustrations. The proceeds from this great success paid for his house and studio.[13] He also illustrated editions of Kidnapped (1913), Robin Hood (1917), The Last of the Mohicans (1919), Robinson Crusoe (1920), Rip Van Winkle (1921), The White Company (1922), and The Yearling (1939). He did work for prominent periodicals, including Century, Harper's Monthly, Ladies' Home Journal, McClure's, Outing, The Popular Magazine, and Scribner's. His early works were sold outright at a handsome price, but only much later did he receive royalties. Wyeth would read a book thoroughly before doing the contracted illustrations, and he specifically created scenes that were thinly described in the book, adding details and mood of his own, as in Old Pew (1911).[citation needed] By 1914, Wyeth loathed the commercialism upon which he became dependent, and for the rest of his life, he battled internally over his capitulation, accusing himself of having "bitched myself with the accursed success in skin-deep pictures and illustrations." He complained of money men "who want to buy me piecemeal" and that "an illustration must be made practical, not only in its dramatic statement, but it must be a thing that will adapt itself to the engravers' and printers' limitations. This fact alone kills that underlying inspiration to create thought. Instead of expressing that inner feeling, you express the outward thought… or imitation of that feeling."[14] Wyeth also did posters, calendars, and advertisements for clients such as Lucky Strike, Cream of Wheat, and Coca-Cola, as well as paintings of Beethoven, Wagner, and Liszt for Steinway & Sons. He painted murals of historical and allegorical subjects for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, the Westtown School, the First National Bank of Boston, the Hotel Roosevelt, the Franklin Savings Bank, the National Geographic Society, the Wilmington Savings Fund Society, and other public and private buildings. During both World Wars, he contributed patriotic images to government and private agencies. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N._C._Wyeth
Views: 4013 Way Back
Hubert Harrison: “The Father of Harlem Radicalism” – A Brief Introduction by Jeffrey B. Perry
 
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Hubert H. Harrison (1883-1927) is one of the outstanding figures of twentieth-century history. He was described by Joel A. Rogers, in "World's Great Men of Color," as "the foremost Afro-American intellect of his time" and by labor and civil rights activist A. Philip Randolph as "the father of Harlem Radicalism." Harrison served as the foremost Black organizer, agitator, and theoretician in the Socialist Party of New York during its 1912 heyday; he founded the first organization (the Liberty League) and the first newspaper ("The Voice") of the militant, World War I-era "New Negro" movement; edited "The New Negro: A Monthly Magazine of a Different Sort" ("intended as an organ of the international consciousness of the darker races -- especially of the Negro race") in 1919; wrote "When Africa Awakes: The 'Inside Story' of the Stirrings and Strivings of the New Negro in the Western World" in 1920; and he served as editor of the "Negro World" and principal radical influence on the Garvey movement during its radical high point in 1920. His views on race and class profoundly influenced a generation of "New Negro" militants and common people including the class radical A. Philip Randolph and the race radical Marcus Garvey. Harrison was also an immensely skilled and popular orator and educator; a highly praised journalist, critic, and book reviewer; a pioneer Black activist in the freethought and birth control movements; and a bibliophile and library builder and popularizer who helped develop the 135th Street Public Library into what is now the internationally famous Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. For information on Hubert Harrison see http://www.jeffreybperry.net/disc.htm and see http://www.jeffreybperry.net/_center__font_size__3__font_color__green___b_3__hubert_harrison_br___center___fo_86150.htm and see http://cup.columbia.edu/book/978-0-231-13910-6/hubert-harrison and see http://www.jeffreybperry.net/_center__font_size__3__font_color__green___b_1__hubert_harrison___i_the_voice_of_76560.htm For a video of a longer Slide Presentation/Talk on “Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism” at the Dudley Public Library in Roxbury, Mass., see http://youtu.be/heBKm1ytd5Q This video introduction to Hubert Harrison is part of a five-part presentation series on Hubert Harrison and Theodore W. Allen conducted at The Commons in Brooklyn, NY. This segment was videoed on August 2, 2014, by Fred Nguyen of Fan Smiles. For the article “The Developing Conjuncture and Some Insights From Hubert Harrison and Theodore W. Allen on the Centrality of the Fight Against White Supremacy,” by Jeffrey B. Perry, see http://clogic.eserver.org/2010/2010.html For information on Theodore W. Allen see http://www.jeffreybperry.net/_center__i__font_size__3__font_color__sepia___b_6__the_invention_of_the_br_white_116387.htm For A Slide Presentation/Talk on Theodore W. Allen’s “The Invention of the White Race” at the Brecht Forum in New York City see http://youtu.be/2Gq77rOuZck For information on Jeffrey B. Perry see http://www.jeffreybperry.net
Views: 1119 Jeffrey B. Perry
DORAEMON FULL MOVIE GALAXY GRAND PRIX 2018
 
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Doraemon (Japanese: ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a boy named Nobita Nobi (野比のび太 Nobi Nobita). The Doraemon manga series was first published in December 1969 in six different magazines. A total of 1,345 stories were created in the original series, which are published by Shogakukan. The volumes are collected in the Takaoka Central Library in Toyama, Japan, where Fujiko Fujio was born. Turner Broadcasting System bought the rights to the Doraemon anime series in the mid-1980s for an English-language release in the United States,[1] but cancelled it without explanation before broadcasting any episodes. In July 2013 Voyager Japan announced the manga would be released digitally in English via the Amazon Kindle e-book service. It is one of the best-selling manga in the world, having sold over 100 million copies as of 2015. Awards for Doraemon include the Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence in 1973, the first Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga in 1982, and the first Osamu Tezuka Culture Award in 1997. In March 2008, Japan's Foreign Ministry appointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime ambassador." A Ministry spokesperson explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture.[2] The Foreign Ministry action confirms that Doraemon has come to be considered a Japanese cultural icon. In India, its Hindi, Telugu and Tamil translation has been telecasted, where the anime version is the highest-rated kids' show; winning the Best Show For Kids award twice at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India in 2013 and 2015. In 2002 Time Asia magazine acclaimed the character as an "Asian Hero" in a special feature survey. An edited English dub distributed by TV Asahi aired on Disney XD in the United States started on July 7, 2014. In Epcot, Doraemon toys are on the Japan shop. On August 17, 2015, another English dubbed version distributed by Luk Internacional began broadcasting on Boomerang UK. The film series is the largest by number of admissions in Japan. Contents 1 Plot 2 Media 2.1 Manga 2.2 Anime 2.2.1 Television series 2.2.2 Feature films 2.3 Video games 2.4 Musical 3 Merchandise 4 Reception 5 Legacy 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References 9 External links Plot Main article: List of Doraemon characters Nobita Nobi is a young boy who suffers from poor grades, frequent bullying and negative emotions like sadness and jealousy. Many years in the future, one of his descendants sends the robotic cat Doraemon back in time to protect and guide Nobita. Doraemon has a four-dimensional pocket in which he stores innumerable items known as gadgets, which range from toys and medicine, to technology from the future. Examples include the Bamboo-Copter (Japanese: Take-Koputa), a small piece of headgear that allows flight and the Anywhere Door (Japanese: Doko Demo Doa), a door that opens up to any place the user wishes. Nobita's closest friend is Shizuka Minamoto, who also serves as his romantic interest and eventually becomes his wife. Nobita is usually tormented by the bullying Takeshi Goda (nicknamed "Gian"), and the cunning and arrogant Suneo Honekawa. A typical story consists of Doraemon using one of his gadgets in order to assist Nobita in various ways, often causing more trouble than he was trying to solve. Media Further information: List of non-Japanese Doraemon versions Manga See also: List of Doraemon chapters and List of Doraemon Plus chapters The first appearance of Doraemon, who came via the time machine. In December 1969 the Doraemon manga appeared in six different children's monthly magazines published by Shogakukan. The magazines were aimed at children from nursery school to fourth grade. In 1977 CoroCoro Comic was launched as the flagship magazine of Doraemon.[3] Since the debut of Doraemon in 1969, the stories have been selectively collected into forty-five tankōbon volumes, which were published under Shogakukan's Tentōmushi Comics imprint, from 1974 to 1996. Shogakukan published a master works collection consisting of Twenty volumes between July 24, 2009 and September 25, 2012.[4][5] In addition, Doraemon has appeared in a variety of manga series by Shōgakukan. In 2005 Shōgakukan published a series of five more manga volumes under the title Doraemon+ (Doraemon Plus), which were not found in the forty-five original volumes. On December 1, 2014, a sixth volume of Doraemon Plus was published. This was the first volume in eight years.[6] Make sure to Like !
Views: 338 DORAEMON
Children's books 19th century lot x 7 decorative bindings gilt pictorial nice
 
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19th century children's books lot with decorative bindings and spines. The Fortunes of the "Ranger" and "Crusader." A Tale of Two Ships, by William H. G. Kingston. London, Gall & Inglis. complete w/ 4 color lithographic plates. The Story of a Bad Boy, by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. 1891, Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and Company. The Prairie Crusoe; or Adventures in the Far West. 1866, Lee and Shepard. The Shoemaker's Daughters, by Aunt Carrie. 1866, New York, James Miller. Illustrative Anecdotes of the Animal Kingdom: by Peter Parley. 1845, New York, John Allen. The Boy of Mount Rhigi. 1867, Boston, Crosby & Ainsworth. The General; or, Twelve Nights in the Hunters' Camp. 1869, Boston, Lee and Shepard. All are complete, clean and well preserved examples. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the lot. Like and Subscribe for more updates on our ever-growing collection of fine maps, prints, and books. Available at: http://www.BrianDiMambro.com/
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Doraemon Page issues This article is about the media franchise. For the title character, see Doraemon (character). For other uses, see Doraemon (disambiguation). Doraemon (Japanese: ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a pre-teen boy named Nobita Nobi (野比のび太? Nobi Nobita). Doraemon Doraemon volume 1 cover.jpg D1 cover ドラえもん Genre Comedy-drama, Science fiction Manga Written by Fujiko F. Fujio Published by Shogakukan English publisher Fujiko Pro (North America) Shogakukan (Singapore) Demographic Children Magazine (various Shogakukan's kids magazines) Original run December 15, 1969 – June 23, 1996 Volumes 45 (List of volumes) Anime television series Doraemon (1973 anime) Doraemon (1979 anime) Doraemon (2005 anime) Related works The Doraemons Dorabase Kiteretsu Daihyakka Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and Manga portal The Doraemon manga series was first published in December 1969 in six different magazines. A total of 1,345 stories were created in the original series, which are published by Shogakukan under the Tentōmushi (てんとう虫?) manga brand, extending to forty-five volumes. The volumes are collected in the Takaoka Central Library in Toyama, Japan, where Fujiko Fujio was born. Turner Broadcasting System bought the rights to the Doraemon anime series in the mid-1980s for an English-language release in the United States,[1] but cancelled it without explanation before broadcasting any episodes. In July 2013 Voyager Japan announced the manga would be released digitally in English via the Amazon Kindle e-book service. It is one of the best-selling manga in the world, having sold over 100 million copies. Awards for Doraemon include the Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence in 1973, the first Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga in 1982, and the first Osamu Tezuka Culture Award in 1997. In March 2008 Japan's Foreign Ministry appointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime ambassador." A Ministry spokesperson explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture."[2] The Foreign Ministry action confirms that Doraemon has come to be considered a Japanese cultural icon. In India, its Hindi, Telugu, Tamil translation has been telecasted, where the anime version is the highest-rated kids' show; it won the best Kids' Show award at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India.[3] In 2002 Time Asia magazine acclaimed the character as an "Asian Hero" in a special feature survey. An edited English dub distributed by TV Asahi aired on Disney XD in the United States started on July 7, 2014. On August 17, 2015, another English dub distributed by Luk Internacional began broadcast by Boomerang UK. The film series is the largest by number of admissions in Japan. Plot Edit The first appearance of Doraemon, who came via the time machine. Main article: List of Doraemon characters Nobita is a young boy who suffers from poor grades and frequent bullying. In order to improve the life of his descendants, the robotic cat Doraemon is sent back in time by one of those descendants to protect and guide Nobita. Doraemon has a pocket from which he produces items known as "gadgets", which range from toys and medicines, to technology from the future. Some of these include the "bamboo-copter", a small head accessory that allows flight and the "Anywhere Door", a door that opens up to any place the user wishes. Nobita's closest friend is Shizuka Minamoto, who also serves as his romantic interest. Nobita is usually tormented by the bullying Takeshi Goda (nicknamed "Gian"), and the cunning and arrogant Suneo Honekawa. A typical story consists of Doraemon using one of his gadgets in order to assist Nobita in various ways, often causing more trouble than he was trying to solve. Media Edit Main article: List of non-Japanese Doraemon versions Manga Edit See also: List of Doraemon chapters and List of Doraemon Plus chapters In December 1969 the Doraemon manga appeared in six different children's monthly magazines published by Shogakukan
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Doraemon (Japanese: ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a pre-teen boy named Nobita Nobi (野比のび太Nobi Nobita). The Doraemon manga series was first published in December 1969 in six different magazines. A total of 1,345 stories were created in the original series, which are published by Shogakukan. The volumes are collected in the Takaoka Central Library in Toyama, Japan, where Fujiko Fujio was born. Turner Broadcasting System bought the rights to the Doraemon anime series in the mid-1980s for an English-language release in the United States,[1] but cancelled it without explanation before broadcasting any episodes. In July 2013 Voyager Japanannounced the manga would be released digitally in English via the Amazon Kindle e-book service. It is one of the best-selling manga in the world, having sold over 100 million copies as of 2015. Awards for Doraemon include the Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence in 1973, the first Shogakukan Manga Awardfor children's manga in 1982, and the first Osamu Tezuka Culture Award in 1997. In March 2008, Japan's Foreign Ministryappointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime ambassador." A Ministry spokesperson explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture.[2] The Foreign Ministry action confirms that Doraemon has come to be considered a Japanese cultural icon. In India, its Hindi, Telugu and Tamiltranslation has been telecasted, where the anime version is the highest-rated kids' show; winning the Best Show For Kids award twice at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India in 2013 and 2015. In 2002 Time Asia magazine acclaimed the character as an "Asian Hero" in a special feature survey. An edited English dub distributed by TV Asahi aired on Disney XD in the United States started on July 7, 2014. In Epcot, Doraemon toys are on the Japan shop. On August 17, 2015, another English dubbed version distributed by Luk Internacional began broadcasting on Boomerang UK. The film series is the largest by number of admissions in Japan. Plot Main article: List of Doraemon characters Nobita Nobi is a young boy who suffers from poor grades, frequent bullying and negative emotions like sadness and jealousy. Many years in the future, one of his descendants sends the robotic cat Doraemon back in time to protect and guide Nobita. Doraemon has a four-dimensional pocket from which he produces items known as gadgets, which range from toys and medicine, to technology from the future. Examples include the Bamboo-Copter (Japanese: Take-Koputa), a small piece of headgear that allows flight and the Anywhere Door (Japanese: Doko Demo Doa), a door that opens up to any place the user wishes. Nobita's closest friend is Shizuka Minamoto, who also serves as his romantic interest and eventually becomes his wife. Nobita is usually tormented by the bullying Takeshi Goda(nicknamed "Gian"), and the cunning and arrogant Suneo Honekawa. A typical story consists of Doraemon using one of his gadgets in order to assist Nobita in various ways, often causing more trouble than he was trying to solve. Media Main article: List of non-Japanese Doraemon versions Manga See also: List of Doraemon chapters and List of Doraemon Plus chapters  The first appearance of Doraemon, who came via the time machine. In December 1969 the Doraemon manga appeared in six different children's monthly magazines published by Shogakukan. The magazines were aimed at children from nursery school to fourth grade. In 1977 CoroCoro Comic was launched as the flagship magazine of Doraemon.[3] Since the debut of Doraemon in 1969, the stories have been selectively collected into forty-five tankōbon volumes, which were published under Shogakukan's Tentōmushi Comics imprint, from 1974 to 1996. Shogakukan published a master workscollection consisting of Twenty volumes between July 24, 2009 and September 25, 2012.[4][5] In addition, Doraemon has appeared in a variety of manga series by Shōgakukan. In 2005 Shōgakukan published a series of five more manga volumes under the title Doraemon+ (Doraemon Plus), which were not found in the forty-five original volumes. On December 1, 2014, a sixth volume of Doraemon Plus was published. This was the first volume in eight years.[6] There have been two series of bilingual, Japanese and English, volumes of the manga by SHOGAKUKAN ENGLISH COMICS under the title Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future, and two audio versions.[7][8] The first series has ten volumes and the second six.[7] In July 2013, Fujiko Fujio Productions announced that they would be collaborating with ebook publisher Voyager Japan and localization company AltJapan Co., Ltd.
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