Bruce Tegner / Thor Publishing Co. (1983)
Summary: This is a basic book along the lines of Tegner's other works, with classic and not-so-classic representations of empty-handed Aikido techniques, along with a few staff katas. Well illustrated.
Bruce Tegner / Thor Publishing Co. (1969)
Summary: Practical applications for Aikido pins and joint restraints. Well illustrated.
Bruce Tegner / Thor Publishing (1961)
Summary: This is another of Tegner's quasi-Aikido self-defense books, many of which are simply reincarnations of previous books. What sets this book apart is the fairly accurate description of the nature of Aikido as a benevolent, non-violent art, and the very early date of publication (1961), which means that it pre-dates practically all other English-language mainstream publications pertaining to Aikido, except for a Tomiki book from 1956, a couple by Makiyama in the late 50's or 1960, and Tohei's first book in 1960. Collectible for this reason, contents notwithstanding.
Bruce Tegner / 2nd printing Sep-1974 edition, Bantam Books (also Grosset & Dunlap and Thor Publishing) (1970)
Summary: There are numerous incarnations of this book, with different publishers and different covers, all from the early to mid 70's. The book is typical Tegner fare, with ample illustrations showing aiki-like techniques. Also in this book are descriptions and photos of Aikido joint locks and pins used in practical self-defense situations.