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Life's Pictorial Atlas of the World (1961)
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Night of Trees, by Thomas Williams
    1. The Night of Trees by Thomas Williams
    2. A Marianne Moore Reader by Marianne Moore
    3. Daughter of the House by Evelyn Ames
    4. The Origins of the Second World War by A.J.P. Taylor
    5. The Continent We Live on by Ivan T. Sanderson
    6. Life's Pictorial Atlas of the World
    The Harpers Monthly, February 1962, p. 110
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    Art Books of 1961: Part II (22 Reviews)
    The Anatomy of Glory, by Henry Lachouque and Anne S.K. Brown
    1. The Anatomy of Glory by Henry Lachouque and Anne S.K. Brown
    2. The Horizon Book of the Renaissance by Richard M. Ketchum
    3. The Ship by Bjorn Landstrom
    4. Ships and Seamen by Christopher Lloyd
    5. Gold Strikes and Ghost Towns by Todd Webb
    6. Tudor History of Painting in 1000 Color Reproductions by Robert Maillard
    7. Designs in Nature by Tet Borsig
    8. The American Heritage Book of Indians by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.
    9. Christ's Image by Marcelle Auclair
    10. Mr. Pullman's Elegant Palace Car by Lucius Beebe
    11. The American Muse by Henri Dorra
    12. The Councils by Leonard von Matt and Bukhart Schneider
    13. Wall Street by Leonard Louis Levinson
    14. What's Got Your Back Up? by Bill Mauldin
    15. The Best Remaining Seats by Ben M. Hall
    16. Great Houses of Europe by Sacheverell Sitwell
    17. Sixteen to Sixty by Louisine W. Havemeyer
    18. Art as an Investment by Richard H. Rush
    19. Life's Pictorial Atlas of the World
    20. A Pictorial History of Music by Paul Henry Lang and Otto L. Bettmann
    21. The Golden Encyclopedia of Art by Eleanor C. Munro
    22. The Dawn of Civilization by Stuart Piggott
    The Nation, December 23, 1961, p. 515