(1946). 8vo, pp. not numbered. Paper wraps. Cover little soiled and slightly dog-eared and creased, but a VG tight copy.
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Williamsburg VA: Colonial Williamsburg. Small 4to, pp. not numbered. Paper wraps. With 8 color reproductions. Spine fold somewhat scuffed, o/w a VG tight copy.
Portland ME: Nelson, ca 1925? Folder, 8x6 inches, with fanfold black-and-white photographs of Boston and Cambridge inside. Intended for mailing; address on front, but stamp has been excised. Folder soiled and worn, fanfold VG.
. One sheet, 8-1/2 x 11, printed both sides. On the front, a graph printed in red and black showing the bank failures, with explanation. Verso, text. Re-election literature for FDR in 1936. A nice copy.
Pittsfield MA: Sun Printing, 1914. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 145, plus index. Frontis pictures of the church buildings of three periods, plus three photos. A nice copy.
NY: Negro Universities Press, (1969). Reprint of Merrihew and Gunn edition of 1838. 8vo, pp. 200. With three illustrations. Brown cloth. A nice copy. Speeches and communications having to do with the opening of the lecture hall, which was devoted to reform movements, and to its burning by anti-abolitionists.
Washington DC: Brassey's, (2004). Third printing. 8vo, pp. xxi, 309. Notes, bibliography, index. Paper over boards. A nice copy in dj.
NY: National Weed, 1976. Periodical. Tabloid, 11 x 14-3/4 inches, pp. 31. Stapled. Heavily illustrated, some in color. Folded across the middle, rear cover little soiled, pages a bit dog-eared, o/w VG. Current events from the marijuana user's viewpoint.
Buffalo NY: Matthews, Northrup, (c.1890). Horizontal small 8vo, pp. 61 plus a section of advertisements. Copiously illustrated with photographs. Paper wraps. One fold-out map near the front, one larger one, detached and laid in opposite p. 57. Cover soiled and somewhat chipped and worn, o/w VG. Details the route the...
Cambridge MA: Bolles and Houghton, 1850. 8vo, pp. cxxxviii, 107. Unopened. Cover and the paper glued to it very worn, spine missing and stitching loose, o/w good.
(World War I). One sheet, 10-1/4x7 inches, folded once. Five patriotic ''songs" extolling the virtues of savings stamps, etc. Somewhat chipped and torn at edges, o/w VG.
Meriden CT: Meriden Gravure. One of 600 copies. Large 8vo, pages not numbered. An exact reproduction of the first type founder's specimen book issued in America, photographed from the only known complete copy. The original was printed by Fry and Kammerer in 1809. About 100 illustrations, including two fold-outs, with...
Chicago: Brainard's Sons, 1884. 4to, pp. various, but numbered to 159 in pencil. Pictorial paper wraps. Cover worn and taped, rear cover missing; last three leaves chipped and with small tears on outer edge, o/w VG.
Essex Institute. 8vo, pp. 321-352. (Reprinted from the Historical collections of the Essex Institute, Volume XXXVIII, 1902.) Illustrated with portraits. Paper wraps. Some slight foxing, o/w a nice copy.
Washington DC: Congress of Industrial Organizations, (1947). Revised edn. 8vo, pp. 51. Appendix. Paper wraps. Owner's name inside cover, cover slightly soiled, o/w a VG tight copy.
Boston: James Osgood, (1872). 8vo, pp. 122, plus 44 pp. of advertisements. Copiously illustrated with wood engravings, of Boston scenes and buildings. Includes a map. Paper wraps. Cover worn, and mended at spine, o/w VG. A guidebook to Boston and environs.
Washington DC: Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1950. Fourth printing. 4to, pp. (15). Illustrated wtih drawings and charts. Paper wraps. VG.
Boston: New England Free Press, 1968. Small 4to, pp. 7. Paper wraps. Cover little stained, o/w VG. A manifesto against the school system, especially in New York City.
NY: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1931. Cesare. 8vo, pp. 247. With 10 cartoons by Cesare illustrating acerbic commentary on the chief political figures of the time. VG, no dj. Political spectulations before the 1932 election.
Washington DC: U.S. Goverment Printing Office, (1941). 8vo, pp. 11. Paper wraps. VG. A description of the Board, its functions, organization, authority, activities, members, and publications.
[Pittsfield MA]: 1911. Horizontal 8vo, pp. not numbered. Card "Thought gems on Pittsfield" laid in. Illustrated with many photographs of Pittsfield landmarks and noted citizens. Paper wraps (rear cover laid in). Some dog-eared leaves, cover chipped and little soiled, o/w VG.
Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. 8vo, pp. 32. Paper wraps. [National Resources Planning Board.] A little rippling of leaves at upper right, front cover little chipped, o/w a VG tight copy.
Pittsfield MA: Eagle Publishing, 1892. 12mo, pp. 40. Green cloth stamped in gilt. Small tears at the edge of one leaf, cover slightly scuffed at edges and spine, o/w a VG tight copy.
Pittsfield MA: Thomas Conlin, (ca 1900). Horizontal 12mo, leaves not numbered. A small booklet of photographs of the city, with paper wraps tided with a ribbon. Cover and ribbon soiled and worn, outer upper corners of cover and three leaves torn, o/w good.
NY: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, 1943. Brazelton, Julian. Second edn. 12mo, pp. 128. Illustrated with cartoons by Julian Brazelton, and with charts. Heavy paper wraps. Owner's name on front, cover little soiled, a few leaves slightly moisture-marked, o/w VG.