Chicago: Landmarks Preservation Service, (1977). First Edition. Square 8vo, pp. 46. Illustrated with plans and photographs. Paper wraps. Corner slightly bumped, some writing in ink on rear, and small markings in margins, edges slightly soiled and cover little faded, o/w VG. Lloyd was a social reformer in the late 19th...
Refine search resultsSkip to search results
Geneseo, NY: Chestnut Hill Press, (1985). 8vo, pp. 223. Includes bibliography and index. Paper wraps. A nice copy. Forty-two short biographies of women who were pioneers in various ways.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, (1970). Square 4to, pp. xxi. 568. Bibliography, indices. Introduction by Alan Fern, foreword by Carl Zigrosser. Lists about 12,000 prints, representing the work of 1,250 artists; illustrated with over 1,600 small reproductions. Includes brief biographical notes for each artist. Edges slightly soiled, o/w a nice copy in...
NY: Macmillan, 1930. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xv, 824. Bibliography, index. Illustrated with photographs. Fold out chart of the organization of the U. S. Executive Department. Black cloth stamped in silver. Cover little worn at corners and ends of spine, o/w VG.
NY: Longmans, Green, 1931. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 541. Some faded cloth, a VG. copy. An historical analysis of the role of women in the civilizing process. An important book by the noted American historian.
San Francisco: Whitaker & Ray-Wiggin, 1912. First Edition. Small 8vo, pp. 76. Introduction by William Kent. Paper over boards. Cover little soiled, and slightly torn at top of spine, little worn at edges, o/w VG. An outline of the structure and functions of U.S. government, a history of its political...
University of Maryland, (1977). First Edition. Horizontal 8vo, pp. 73. Introductory essay and 73 photographs. Paper wraps. Cover very slightly soiled and creased, owner's nameand store stamp on flyleaf, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: Knopf, 1945. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xlii, 122, iv. Index. Introduction by George H. Sabine. Blue cloth. Cover quite faded, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: Appleton-Century, 1936. E. H. Suydam. Fourth printing. 8vo, pp. 372. Color frontis, many drawings by E. H. Suydam. Blue cloth, with darker blue spine and a paper illustration on the front. Owner's name and date on flyleaf, cover slightly soiled, o/w a VG tight copy.
Alton: Holton, 1838. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 159. Bound in publisher's cloth with paper label. A very good copy. Howes B- 307; Afro-Americana 1018. Lovejoy's espousing of the immediate abolition of slavery in his Alton Observer led mobs to destroy his presses three times. On November 7, 1837, while guarding...
Gt. Barrington MA: Berkshire Courier, (1977). One of 1000 copies; facsimile of the 1876 R. T. White edition. Large 4to, pp. 116. Many of the maps are fold-out, illustrated with engravings. Brown leatherette stamped in gilt. Cover slightly scuffed and spotted, o/w a nice copy. Plans of the towns and...
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, (2004). First printing. 8vo, pp. viii, 366. Appendices, notes, index. Illustrated. Black cloth. About as new in dj.
Westport CT: Greenwood, (2005). First printing. 8vo, pp. xxv, 302. Bibliography, index. [Major issues in American history.] Pictorial paper over boards. About as new. Over 100 annotated primary documents provide snapshots of the role played by workers and organized labor in American politics, economics and histosry.
Cincinnati & NY: Vent, 1870. First edn. Large 8vo, pp 513 With 55 engraved llustrations (one plate chipped along the edges) Little worn blue cloth stamped in black and gilt A very good copy Howes B781; Rader 326; Graff 235. Critics claim that Belden embellished his stories a bit, but an interesting account.
Baton Rouge LA: Louisiana State University, (1997). First printing. 8vo, pp. xv, 325. Appendix, bibliography, index. Illustrated with several maps, portraits, and facsimiles. A nice copy in dj. Bell shows how New Orleans' religious culture and tripartite racial order gave rise to an assertive, prosperous, well-educated, and cohesive free black society.
Chicago IL: Third World Press, (1998). First printing. 8vo, pp. xiii, 186. Black cloth. Near fine in little scuffed dj. Imaginary conversations about race in America.
Framingham MA: Old America, (1930). Large 8vo, pp. 212. Foreword by Samuel Eliot Morison. Illustrated with photographs and reproductions of drawings. Blue cloth, stamped in gilt, TEG. Cover little worn at corners and ends of spine, spine faded, one hinge near tender, o/w VG. Pictures of Colonial houses, with descriptions...
NY: Silver, Burdette, 1900. First Edition, Second Printing. First edn. 8vo, pp. 371. An excellent copy, uncut. BAL 970; Wright III, 458.
Boston: Charles F Brown, (1894). First Authorized US Edn. 8vo, pp 218 Little rubbed on the top of the spine which is a little darkened, a near fine copy Bound in red cloth stamped in black and gilt BAL 966; Lawrence BB7c. An un-authorized edition of this collection was issued...
Washington DC: National Geographic, (2001). 4to, pp. 256. Index. A book of 250 photographs from NG photographers--some published, most not. Includes some Autochromes, the first color photographs to appear in the magazine. Pages somewhat rippled, o/w a VG clean tight copy in slightly soiled dj.
NY: A. S. Barnes, (1964). 4to, pp. 175. Foreword by B. A. Bergman, preface by Russell Lynes. Donor's presentation on flyleaf. Black and white cloth. A VG tight copy in somewhat chipped and soiled dj. Cartoon drawings of Philadelphia, with accompanying text.
NY: League of American writers, (1939). First printing. Small 8vo, pp. 128. Paper wraps. Cover slightly soiled,corners of a few leaves slightly chipped, o/w a VG tight copy. Includes work by Ruth benedict, Stephen Vincent Benet, William Rose Benet, Louis Bromfield, Theodore Dreiser, Granville Hicks, Langston Hughes, Rockwell Kent, Upton...
NY: Facts on File, (1981). First printing. 8vo, pp. 246. Bibliography, index. Illustrated with reproductions and photographs. Owner's stamp on flyleaf, some marks in ink in the bibliography. O/w a nice copy in dj.
Sanford Commonwealth Press, 1970. Second reprint of the 1878 Sanford edition. 8vo, pp. 837. Index. Illustrated with portraits and engravings.Brown cloth stamped in gilt. Top edge little spotted, several leaves dog-eared, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: Farrar & Rinehart, (1944). 8vo, pp. 122. Front flyleaf removed, cover somewhat soiled, o/w VG.