The Selby is in Your Place

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Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 254

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Collects portait photography of famous fashion celebrities and designers, and includes profiles of the subjects' work spaces, living quarters, and sources of inspiration and creativity.

The Selby's Box of Wonders

12 Note Cards and Envelopes + Stickers

Author: Todd Selby

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

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Page: 12

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Perfect for all kinds of correspondence, this charming keepsake box is packed with quirky, watercolor notecards and stickers by artist and tastemaker Todd Selby. With everything from hamburgers and spaceships to the Eiffel Tower, The Selby's Box of Wonders will keep letter writers busy and wanting more!

SEOUL Magazine June 2017

Author: Seoul Selection

Publisher: Seoul Selection

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Page: 72

View: 219

SEOUL Magazine is a travel and culture monthly designed to help both expats and tourists get the most of their stay in the city, whether they’re in for only a few days or dedicated lifers who are always in search of new places, facts and interesting events. Featuring in-depth reporting on how to enjoy the city, foreigners’ perspectives on life as an expat in Korea and more, SEOUL is an eclectic publication that has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for an interesting read or a simple source of information.

The History and Antiquities of Selby

In the West Riding of the County of York, Containing Its Ancient and Present State, Ecclesiastical and Civil, Collected from Various Public Records, and Other Authentic Evidences; with Notices of the Neighbouring Parish of Brayton, and the Town-ships of Thorpe Willoughby, Burn, Barlow, Hambleton, and Gateforth

Author: William Wilberforce Morrell

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Category: Brayton (England)

Page: 333

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The Revolution in Virginia, 1775-1783

Author: John E. Selby

Publisher: Colonial Williamsburg

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Category: History

Page: 442

View: 985

Unsurpassed as a single-volume history, John E. Selby's masterpiece analyzes the political, administrative, and military history of Virginia during the American Revolution. Stressing the contributions, in both men and material, that the state made to the new nation's war effort, Shelby shows how Virginia's leaders responded to the need to expand the state's administration and mobilize its people for war while at the same time looking westward to the vast territory beyond the Appalachians. Now available for the first time in paperback and with a new foreword by the historian Don Higginbotham, this classic is a must-read for anyone interested in the origins of our nation.