Boston: Boston PUblic Library, 1966. One of 1000 copies. 8vo, pp. 47. Index. Paper over boards. A nice copy. Other contributors are David B. Little, and Sinclair H. Hitchings.
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Nashville TN: American Assoc. for State and Local History, (1982). First Edition. 8vo, pp. x, 284. Appendices, notes, index. Illustrated. Red cloth. Owner's name on first leaf, o/w a nice copy in scuffed and little chipped dj. A how-to manual for secondary and college teachers.
Boston: Beacon press, 1951. 12mo, pp. 151. Edges of cover slightly scuffed, o/w a nice copy in little worn dj. Milton's statement against censorship of books, and other writings.
NY: Modern Language Association. Periodical. Large 8vo, paper wraps. Fine. Four issues: 1989, 1991, 1993, 1994. Articles on language and literature, as well as on the job market in education.
Northampton: Bridgman & Childs, 1862. First Edition. Small 4to, 108. Bound some stained printed wraps (bumped), a good copy. Scarce. In 1838, not yet one full year after the founding of the Mount Holyoke Seminary, Mary Lyon founded the Memorandum Society for graduates of the seminary. The Memorandum Society, foremother...
Northampton: Samuel Bowles, 1862. First Edition. 4to, [pp. 80]. Bound some stained printed wraps (bumped and separate), first 12 pages water stained on the upper corner, a good copy. Scarce. In 1838, not yet one full year after the founding of the Mount Holyoke Seminary, Mary Lyon founded the Memorandum...
Ithaca NY: Cornell, (1990). 8vo, pp. xiii, 284. Appendix, index. Illustrated with photographs. Green cloth. A very nice copy in dj. The history of the unionization of public school teachers.
Guilford, CT: by the author, 1902. New edition, revised and enlarged. 8vo, pp. 288. Bound in green cloth, uncut and unopened, illustrated, both hinges loose, a good clean copy. Scarce. Murray wrote a number books about the Adirondack mountains, etc.
Rockford IL: Rockford College, (1980). 4to, pp. 280. Bibliography, index. Black paper over boards, printed in silver. Copiously illustrated. Cover slightly scuffed, o/w a very nice copy.
Boston: New England Conservatory of Music, . Small 8vo, pp. 48. Paper wraps. Small program leaflet laid in. Cover somewhat stained, with silverfish damage, o/w a VG tight copy. Lists and describes courses offered.
NY: Putnam's, 1909. First Edition. 8vo, pp. ix, 308. Index. Blue cloth stamped in gilt. Ex library with spine marking, and stamps. Rear hinge tender, front barely starting, cover very slightly worn at corners and ends of spine, o/w VG.
NY: Harper, 1867. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 239. Bound in purple cloth stamped in gilt and blind. A very good copy. A posthumous collection of talks. Olin (1797-1851) was President of Wesleyan College. These lectures to students are on the theory of scolastic life, liberal studies, mental discipline, the formation...
[np]: Reprinted for private distribution by the DeVinne Press, 1911. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 66. Bound in binder's cloth (some staining to the covers) a good copy. Olin was a successful copyright attorney in NY and a trustee of Wesleyan University. Many of these "talk" were given in Middletown and...
Springfield MA: Classical High school Alumni Assn. 1936. Large 8vo, pp. 257. Appendices. Author's presentation on blank.Clippings, graduation program from 1898, and order form laid in. Illustrated. Blue cloth stamped in gilt. Cover slightly scuffed, but a VG tight copy. The author was the Principal of the school from 1900 to 1910.
Toronto: Our Schools/Our Selves Education Foundation, (1991). 8vo, pp. 202. Bibliography. Paper wraps. [Our schools/our selves monograph series; 8.] Cover little creased and scuffed, but a VG tight copy. A critique of current pedagogies and suggestions for education that would empower citizens and foster a true democracy. A Canadian view.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1908. ninth impression. 8vo, pp. 354. Illustrated with portraits and photographs. Black cloth stamped in gilt. TEG. Spots on front of cover, cover little worn at corners and ends of spine, front hinge tender, rear beginning, o/w VG. Biography of the educator and second president of Wellesley College.
NY: Simon and Schuster, (1979). First printing. 8vo, pp. Index. Author's long presentation on flyleaf. Top edge little soiled, o/w a VG tight copy in little chipped and soiled dj. Parker believes, among other things, that tenure and the bachelor's degree be eliminated, and a clear distinction be made between...
8vo, Pp.16. Removed. Large library stamp on the title page. Prize essay of the 1893 class of the American Institute of Normal Methods.
New Haven: Yale, (2003). First Edition. 4to, pp. 237. Copiously illustrated in color, with essays by each of the Library's curators, and other essays that address the building's design, etc. Erratum slip laid in. Cover little scuffed, o/w a fine copy. The Beinecke, which houses Yale's rare book collection, on...
NY: BasicBooks, (1994). First printing. 8vo, pp. xix, 235. Notes, index. Paper over boards with cloth spine. Top edges slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in dj. The authors charge that the attempt to make Women's Studies serve a political agenda has led to deeply problematic results.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1919. First Edition. 8vo, Pp. 423. Index. Blue cloth stamped in gilt. TEG. Illustrated. Ex library with spine label, stamps. Pocket removed. Corners of cover bumped, cover scuffed and slightly worn at corners and ends of spine, o/w VG. Agassiz (1822-1907) was the first president of Radcliffe...
Middletown CT: Wesleyan, (1984). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xviii, 477. Index. Edited and with an introduction by Bruce A. Ronda. Illustrated wtih photographs. Rust cloth. Top edge spotted, o/w a VG tight copy in scuffed dj. The collection begins when Peabody was 17 and ends in 1890, when she was...
London: Winthrop Rogers. Sixth edition. 12mo, pp. xx, 352. Index, appendices. Red cloth, stamped in black. Cover little worn at edges and spine, o/w a VG tight copy.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1935. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 315. Illustrated with photographs. A little pencil marking in text. One hinge tender, o/w VG. Perry taught English literature at Williams College, Princeton and Harvard. He also edited The Atlantic Monthly for ten years, beginning in 1899.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1923. 8vo, pp. 113. Blue cloth. A nice copy. Perry taught at Williams College in Massachusetts. This memoir is a very informal one by his son.