Ten Weeks With Chinese Bandits.

HOWARD, Harvey James (1880-1956).

Verlag: New York, NY: Dodd, Mead, and Co., 1926
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FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.272. Bound in publisher's black cloth, with chinese dragon in red to front board, titles and publisher's imprint in red to spine; top edge stained red. Bookplate of "Harold Goss Jr" to front pastedown, neat black ink stamp to rear pastedown, "016135". Internally clean with some thumbmarks, and occasional dogears, slight reading lean. Binding is rubbed to edges and at joints, some minor fraying to corners and spine ends; text block shaken in the case with crack to p.271, some amateur repairs to hinges. While working as the head of the Department of Opthalmology at Union Medical College in Beijing in 1926, Howard and his eleven year old son Jim were abducted by Manchurian bandits ("Black Dragon River Bandits") and held to ransom. Howard had served as opthalmologist to "Pu Yi, the boy emperor in the Forbidden City" (Bernard Becker Medical Library), and was well known in China, and the amount demanded for his release was $100,000. However, his knowledge of fluent Chinese and willingness to treat the bandits' minor ailments meant that he was able to escape, and went on to a prosperous and successful career in the States. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Titel: Ten Weeks With Chinese Bandits.
Verlag: New York, NY: Dodd, Mead, and Co.
Erscheinungsdatum: 1926

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HOWARD, Harvey J.
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Buchbeschreibung Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, NY, 1927. Hardcover. Zustand: Good. First Edition, Third Printing, 1927. Black cloth with red lettering, spine a bit faded. No dust jacket. Cover boards are a bit rubbed and corners bumped. Some browing and foxing to first few pages. Picture page facing title page is loose, picture page facing page 30 is also loose. Numeral 10 written in crayon on pastedown. No other markings, binding tight text crisp, very faint foxing here and there. Many more pictures upon request. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 23666185

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Buchbeschreibung Dodd, Mead, 1930. Hardcover. Zustand: Acceptable. Yellow covers lightly soiled; spine darkened; good text. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 65592

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Buchbeschreibung Sydney, Cornstalk Publishing Company, 1927., 1927. First Australian Edition; pp. xv 274; 16 pages b/w plates, diagrams; original orange cloth, lettered in black on front and spine; damaged cloth, browned and flecked pages, cocked spine; a good copy. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 94103

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Buchbeschreibung Sydney, Cornstalk Publishing Company, 1927., 1927. First Australian Edition; pp. xv 274; 16 pages b/w plates, diagrams; original orange cloth, lettered in black on front and spine; minor flecking to pages, spine creased, writing in ink on back endpaper; a good copy. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 102873

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Buchbeschreibung John Lane. The Bodley Head Ltd., London, 1926. Hard Cover. Good hardback copy. Slightly faded covers. No dustjacket. xiv, 272pp, b/w plates. Previous owner's dedicationinside cover. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 027743

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Buchbeschreibung White Lotus, Taiwan, 1927. Softcover. Zustand: Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: no dj. Howard, Harvey J. (illustrator). First. Ten Weeks with Chinese Bandits. book. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 12084

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Buchbeschreibung New York 1926, Dodd. Black decorated cloth, very good, 272p. 35 b.w. photos, 8 maps, bookplate. S C A R C E The author writes on his experience while being captured in Heilungchiang Province for about ten weeks in 1925. It is a vivid narrative to the smallest detail. At the time of his capture, his friend and colleague Major Morgan Palmer was killed by the bandits. Covering the Sungari River and bandit paradise, Palmer's ranch in Manchuria, battle with the band- its, first hours of captivity, the long ride to bandit camp, opium collector birnigs in the district's tribute, bandits share secrets with the author, aboard the prison junk, ban- dits vs. bandits. A fascinating true story with real grit! Scans can be sent by email. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 88102902

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Buchbeschreibung Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, 1926. Black Cloth. Zustand: Good Minus. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No DJ. Harvery J. Howard (illustrator). First Edition. First Edition. Signed by author. Black cloth with red pictorial front and red lettered spine. Illustrated by sketches (maps) and photographs by the author. Good to good minus. Boards are pressed with shelfwear and edgewear. There is a small dampstain apparent around lower spine of prelims and scratches to the endpapers. Pages are foxed and a few have small dogears. Binding remains tight. 8vo. xiv, 272 pages. Harvey J. Howard (1880-1956), decended from the Duke family of Norfolk, was a noted ophthalmologist. He first went to China in 1910 following medical school at the University of Pennsylvania and his first wedding, doing a five year stint as the ophthalmology dept chair at University Medical School, Canton Christian College, returned to the US and studied ophthalmologic pathology at Harvard University under a Rockefeller Scholarship, served in WWI where he developed the Howard-Dolman depth perception test for aviators, then went back to China in 1917 as head of the Department of Ophthalmology at Union Medical College in Peking. He served as the ophthalmologist to Pu Yi, the boy emperor in the Forbidden City, from 1921 to 1925. Howard and his 11-year old son were abducted by Manchurian bandits in 1926 and held for $100,000 ransom. Howard spoke fluent Chinese and treated the minor ailments of his captors which were instrumental in aiding his escape after ten weeks. Ten Weeks with Chinese Bandits was translated into seven languages. In 1927 he became the first Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and he later held a longtime private practice. He also served as the Medical Director for the Missouri Commission for the Blind from 1931-1948. This signed copy was found at a Washington University book fair. Size: 8vo. Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 011658

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Buchbeschreibung Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, 1932. Yellow Cloth. Zustand: Good Minus. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fair `. Harvery J. Howard (illustrator). First Edition, 5th Impression. First Edition. Signed by author. Illustrated by sketches (maps) and photographs by the author. Good to good minus. Boards are pressed with shelfwear and edgewear. Pages are foxed and a few have small dogears. Binding remains tight. 8vo. xiv, 272 pages. Harvey J. Howard (1880-1956), decended from the Duke family of Norfolk, was a noted ophthalmologist. He first went to China in 1910 following medical school at the University of Pennsylvania and his first wedding, doing a five year stint as the ophthalmology dept chair at University Medical School, Canton Christian College, returned to the US and studied ophthalmologic pathology at Harvard University under a Rockefeller Scholarship, served in WWI where he developed the Howard-Dolman depth perception test for aviators, then went back to China in 1917 as head of the Department of Ophthalmology at Union Medical College in Peking. He served as the ophthalmologist to Pu Yi, the boy emperor in the Forbidden City, from 1921 to 1925. Howard and his 11-year old son were abducted by Manchurian bandits in 1926 and held for $100,000 ransom. Howard spoke fluent Chinese and treated the minor ailments of his captors which were instrumental in aiding his escape after ten weeks. Ten Weeks with Chinese Bandits was translated into seven languages. In 1927 he became the first Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and he later held a longtime private practice. He also served as the Med ical Director for the Missouri Commission for the Blind from 1931-1948. This signed copy was found at a Washington Univ ersity b ook fair. Super scarce singned copy in jacket. Size: 8vo - (Standard Book Size). Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 012530

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