Lumholtz, Carl, 1851-1922. : Among unknown tribes : rediscovering the photographs of explorer Carl Lumholtz / Bill Broyles, Ann Christine Eek, Phyllis La Farge, Richard Laugharn, Eugenia Macías Guzmán.
Lumholtz, Carl, 1851-1922 -- Travel -- Borneo. : Through Central Borneo : an account of two years' travel in the land of the head-hunters between the years 1913 and 1917 / by Carl Lumholtz ; with an introduction by Victor T. King.
Lumière, Auguste, 1862-1954 -- Correspondence. : Letters / Auguste and Louis Lumière ; edited and annotated by Jacqaues Rittaud-Hutinet with the collaboration of Yvelise Dentzer ; preface by Maurice Trarieux-Lumière ; translation by Pierre Hodgson.
Lumière, Louis, 1864-1948 -- Correspondence. : Letters / Auguste and Louis Lumière ; edited and annotated by Jacqaues Rittaud-Hutinet with the collaboration of Yvelise Dentzer ; preface by Maurice Trarieux-Lumière ; translation by Pierre Hodgson.
Stars -- Luminosity function -- Early works to 1800. : On the method of observing the changes that happen to the fixed stars : with some remarks of the stability of the light of our sun. To which is added, catalogue of comparative brightness, for ascertaining the permanency of the Lustre of stars. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S. From the Philosophical Transactions.
Lumley, Martin, -1634. : The triumphs of integrity : A noble solemnity, performed through the city, at the sole cost and charges of the Honorable Fraternity of Drapers, at the confirmation and establishment of their most worthy brother, the Right Honorable, Martin Lumley, in the high office of his Maiesties Lieutenant, Lord Maior and Chancellor of the famous City of London. Taking beginning at his Lordships going, and perfecting it selfe after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow after Simon and Iudes Day, being the 29. of October. 1623. By Tho. Middleton Gent.
Lumley, Martin, -1634. -- Early works to 1800. : The trivmphs of the Golden Fleece. : Performed at the cost and charges of the auncient and honourable societie of the drapers: for the enstaulment of their worthy brother Mr. Martin Lvmley in the maioraltie of London. On Wednesday, being the nine and twentieth day of October 1623. / Written by A. Mvndy, citizen and draper of London..