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1 No Author Given Theosophy as a Guide in Life
No Place No Publisher no Pamphlet Very Good 
No Place: No Publisher, Pamphlet. Very Good ISBN: noisbn. No publisher, place or date. Presumed circa 1890s. 4 page pamphlet. A circular, issued by the Theosophical Society, discussing Theosophy and the benefits to one's spiritual wellbeing, outlining basic beliefs and practices. This appears to have been a circular issued, perhaps to the public, in an effort to broaden membership in the Theosophical Society, with information on the society on the last page. VERY GOOD. Minor fading and toning to the paper, with minor wrinkling, mostly along the extremities. 
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2 Stokes, H.N. (editor). The O.E. Library Critic. December, 1937. Vol. XXV No. 5.
Washington The O.E. Library League, Publisher 1937 no Wraps Good 
16 page pamphlet. Printed in blue ink. A monthly pamphlet with many items of theosophical interest. This issue contains Fraternization in the Theosophical Youth Movement-III; Rival Devachans; Damodar and the Hindu Chela's Diary, etc. Henry Stokes, the editor of this journal worked for the Oriental Esoteric Library, starting O.E. Library Critic in 1911 to explore theosophy and theosophical teachings. Eventually Stokes became critical of Besant and Leadbeter in the Theosophical Society and sought to urge people to return to the original teachings of the group under Blavatsky's leadership (see Santucci H.N. Stokes and the O.E. . Library Critic). GOOD+ condition. Vertical crease present to the piece, with minor toning to the paper. Minor wrinkling along the extremities. 
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3 Stokes, H.N. (editor). The O.E. Library Critic. October-November, 1937. Vol. XXV No. 4
Washington The O.E. Library League, Publisher 1937 no Wraps Good 
16 page pamphlet. Printed in blue ink. A monthly pamphlet with many items of theosophical interest. This issue contains an apparent excerpt from 'Defence of Madame Blavatsky'-II, discussing early troubles and dissent with the Theosophical Society; 'Fraternization in the Theosophical Youth Movement' -II; Trouble in the Parent United Lodge of Theosophists, etc. Henry Stokes, the editor of this journal worked for the Oriental Esoteric Library, starting O.E. Library Critic in 1911 to explore theosophy and theosophical teachings. Eventually Stokes became critical of Besant and Leadbeter in the Theosophical Society and sought to urge people to return to the original teachings of the group under Blavatsky's leadership (see Santucci H.N. Stokes and the O.E. . Library Critic). GOOD+ condition. Vertical crease present to the piece, with minor toning to the paper. Minor wrinkling along the extremities. 
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4 Stokes, H.N. (editor). The O.E. Library Critic. September, 1926. Vol. XVI No. 2
Washington The O.E. Library League, Publisher 1926 no Wraps Good 
16 page pamphlet. Printed in blue ink. A monthly pamphlet with many items of theosophical interest. This issue contains a lengthy discussion of prisons and prison reform, a piece seemingly critical of Annie Besant, etc. Henry Stokes, the editor of this journal worked for the Oriental Esoteric Library, starting O.E. Library Critic in 1911 to explore theosophy and theosophical teachings. Eventually Stokes became critical of Besant and Leadbeter in the Theosophical Society and sought to urge people to return to the original teachings of the group under Blavatsky's leadership (see Santucci H.N. Stokes and the O.E. . Library Critic). GOOD+ condition. Vertical/diagonal crease present to the piece, with minor toning to the paper. Minor wrinkling along the extremities. 
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5 Stokes, H.N. (editor). The O.E. Library Critic. Wednesday, July 3, 1912. Vol. I No. 23
Washington The Oriental Esoteric Library, Publisher 1912 no Wraps Good 
12 page pamphlet. Printed in blue ink. A single issue of this pamphlet devoted esoteric, eastern and occult thought, with items of theosophical interest. This issue contains a discussion of Inheriting the Earth and the spiritual principles behind that phrase. With other minor discussion geared toward people in prison, a review of a book by Mabel Collins, a briefer liberal course in Theosophy, etc.. Henry Stokes, the editor of this journal worked for the Oriental Esoteric Library, starting O.E. Library Critic in 1911 to explore theosophy and theosophical teachings. Eventually Stokes became critical of Besant and Leadbeter in the Theosophical Society and sought to urge people to return to the original teachings of the group under Blavatsky's leadership (see Santucci H.N. Stokes and the O.E. . Library Critic). GOOD+ condition. Vertical/diagonal crease present to the piece, with minor toning to the paper. Minor wrinkling along the extremities. 
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