Boston: Wells and Wait, 1813. New Edition, revue et corrigee. 12mo., pp. 294, 288. Untrimmed and bound in original boards, with paper label (volume one with later crude rebacking and ink title, volume two with original worn paper label, contemporary name on the front board of each volume.) Shaw &...
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Boston: Bellman, (1946). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 528. Indices, index of courses, schools listed by state. Ex library, with stamps. Light green cloth stamped in gilt. Hinges tender, cover worn at edges and spine. VG. Contains information about the educational institutions in New England.
Chicago: University of Chicago, (1915). Revised edition. 8vo, pp. xv, 164. Yellow cloth with pictorial stamping in blue and black. With several illustrations. Owner's bookplate on pastedown. Edges and cover little soiled, cover rubbed at corners and ends of spine, a very few penciled notes in margins, o/w VG.
Venezia: Gabriel Giolito de’ Ferrari, 1545. First Edition. 8vo, 80 leaves, with printer's device on title page. Bound with:I quattro libri delle osservationi... Di nuovo da lui medesimo ricoretti, et ampliati, con le apostille. Sesta editione. 8vo. 240 pp. With the printer’s device on the title-page. Bound in 17th century.....
Philadelphia PA: New Morning Press, 1972. First Edition. 8vo, pp. v, 69, Appendice. Paper wraps. Note in ink on cover, cover slightly soiled, o/w a VG tight copy.
Boston: Masssachusetts Sabbath School Society, 1865. 8vo, pp. 163. Brown cloth. Author's presentation on flyleaf. Spine worn at ends, o/w a VG tight copy.
Boston: Masssachusetts Sabbath School Society, 1865. 8vo, pp. 163. Brown cloth. Flyleaf and title missing, plus some blanks at back. Marking and drawing in pencil at ends. Good only.
Santa Barbara CA: University of California, (1976). 8vo, pp. 30. References. Paper wraps. A preprint of an article in the American Mathematical Monthly. Slightly moisture-rippled, slight staining on last page, o/w a VG tight copy.
Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1837. 8vo, pp. 36. Wraps removed. Light foxing throughout, o/w VG. An address on the subject of education.
Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1837. 8vo, pp. 36. Paper wraps. Cover somewhat chipped and soiled, o/w VG.
NY: Osborn, 1839. First edn. 8vo, pp. 22 (of 24) removed, partially unsewn (lacks the last leaf with part of the listing of pupils.). Ferris was Pres. of the Board and uses his address to advocate complete education for women.
Chicago: Flanagan, (1911). Small 8vo, pp. 107. Illustrated with photographs. Light green cloth, stamped in yellow and green. Owner's name on flyleaf. A nice copy. For young people, a true story, with arithmetic problems included at the end.
NY: Free Press, (1983). First printing. 8vo, pp. xxiii, 250. Genealogical guide. Illustrated with several photographs. Brown paper over boards. Edges spotted, o/w a nice copy in little spotted dj. Fields, born in Charleston SC in 1888, tells of her warm family lilfe growing up in segregationist South, and her...
NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, (2005). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xi, 401. Index. Illustrated with photographs. About as new in dj. Fron the dj: "The twentieth century fight for civil rights told in the first person singular by a preeminent American historian." Franklin was a history professor at Duke UNiversity.
Cambridge MA: Harvard, 1940. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xxviii, 259.Introduction by Caroline Hazard. Maroon cloth. A VG tight copy in worn dj. Freeman was the second president of Wellesley College, Palmer was in the Department of Greek at Harvard. These are basically their love letters before their marriage.
NY: Emerson Books, 1935. First US Edn. 8vo, pp. 117. Lacks the front endpaper, o/w a VG copy in worn dj. Four lectures on child psychology delivered before the teachers at the Children's Centres of the City of Vienna by Dr. Freud's daughter and colleague.
NY: Appleton, 1900. First Edition. Small 8vo, pp. xxvi, 347. Translated by Josephine Jarvis. Dark green cloth printed in red and black. [International education series.] Cover little bumped, spotted and scuffed, considerable contemporary marginalia in ink, o/w VG.
Middletown CT: Wesleyan, (1971). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 113. Sources. With several illustrations. Blue cloth. Owner's name on flyleaf. Top edges little spotted, o/w a VG tight copy in little scuffed and soiled dj. Crandall accepted Black girls at her Canterbury school; she and the school were eventually driven out...
Washington DC: American Council on Education, (1974). 8vo, pp. xiv, 336. Brown cloth. Flyleaves missing, front hinge tender, cover little worn at edges, o/w VG. Thirty-eight articles by various authors, including Carolyn Shaw Bell, McGeorge Bundy, Juanita Kreps, Martha Peterson, Martha Rogers, Bernice Sandler.
Boston MA: G. K. Hall, (1975). Flyer to advertise the publication in book form of the catalogs. Also advertises a catalog for the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlessinger Library on The History of Women in America, located at Radcliffe College. One sheet folded. A nice clean copy.
New Haven: Yale, 1958. First Edition. 8vo, pp. x, 271. Notes, index. With several illustrations. Blue cloth. Top edge very slightly soiled, o/w a nice copy in chipped and soiled dj.
Evanstson IL: Northwestern University, 1975. 4to, 111 leaves, printed one side. Appendices. Black leather-grained paper over boards. A Ph.D. thesis. Near fine.
NY: M. R. Gardner, 1894. Revised edition. Small 8vo, pp. 56. Includes several pages of Scottish and English royal genealogy. Maroon cloth, blind-stamped and lettered in gilt. A VG tight copy. Gardner was principal of a "school for young ladies" on Fifth Avenue in New York. The preface states that...
NY: M. R. Gardner, 1886. Revised edition. 8vo, pp. 90. Includes 16 genealogical tables, with notes. Blue cloth, stamped in gilt. Owner's name on blank. One hinge tender, cover worn, good. A rhymed history, written for use in schools. Gardner was principal of a school for young ladies on Fifth...
Boston: Small, Maynard, 1900. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 298. Bound in blue cloth, stamped in green and gold, and signed MLP, Spine corners little rubbed, some pencil scribling erased from the endpapers, a very good copy, The author's fourth book. Feminist, author and lecturer, Gilman was born in Hartford, Conn...