Alfred Barley 1001 Notable Nativities 1911

Sub-Editor of Modern Astrology, the[1], comp. ‘[Alan Leo’s Astrological Manuals No. 11:] A Thousand and One Notable Nativities – “The Astrologer’s ‘Who’s Who’ ” ’ (inner title) / ‘[Alan Leo’s Astrological Manuals. No. 11.] 1001 Notable Nativities – An Astrological “Who’s Who” ‘ (front board) – “Modern Astrology” Office, Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, E. C. / L. N. Fowler & Co., 7, Imperial Arcade, E. C., London, 1911.

Original cloth (wear to foot of spine and lower outer corners of boards; moderate wear to top of spine and upper outer corners; light separation to extremities of both inner paper hinges). [3] + [v-viii] + 49 + [pp. 50-99 of tables] + [pp. 100-116] + [pp. 117-125 of advertisements]

[1] i.e. Barley, Alfred, q. v.

About this Book Scan

Carefully scanned in full colour from our original printing of the 1911 first edition.

Alfred Barley, credited in print here only to his position as Subeditor of Modern Astrology Magazine, was one of several close associates of Alan Leo to have written books for his series of small hardbound books known as the Astrological Manuals. A Thousand and One Notable Nativities was the eleventh volume to appear in the series, and gives potted birth data for 1001 individuals. It was the first published birth data collection in the modern astrological literature.