Most are in very good condition. Titles include: When the Moon on the Lake is beaming; "Resignation", words by H. W. Longfellow, "The Snow" words by Charles Lamb; Air du Stabat Mater, Cujus Animam de Rossini by F. Liszt; and much much more.
Refine search resultsSkip to search results
Edinburgh: Constable, 1827. First UK Edn? Translated from the French. 12mo, pp. 374. General title: Constable Miscellany of original and selected publications ... vol. v. Engraved title-page. Bound in 3/4 calf and marble paper, a VG copy. Marie Louise Victoire de Donnissan was born to a court family, the god-daughter...
Richmond: Chas, H Wynne, 1865. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 31. Sewn self wraps, browing to a triangle along the foredge. Crandall 5102; PW 8648.
Chicago: Rand McNally, 1902. Fifth Edn. Small 8vo, pp. v., 154, xv. Paper wraps. VG, cover slightly worn. Guidebook to Boston, illustrated with photos and drawings. Advertisements.
[Washington, DC]: U.S. CONGRESS, 1802. First Edition. 8vo, cover, one page, and folded chart. Imprints 3316. Little chipped and folded, o/w VG.
Denver: North Side Woman's Club, . Small 8vo, pp. 46. Paper wraps. Short letter and newspaper article laid in. Little water-staining, o/w VG. "Eigth annual announcement." Information for members; calendar for the year, list of members, etc.
NY: The Nation, 1928. "Published by the tenth anniversary committee of Nation readers." 12mo, pp. 195. Red leather cover, little worn, VG. A collection of articles and cartoons from The Nation.
c. 1870. Photograph with curved top, about 8-1/2 inches wide by 5-5/8 inches at its tallest point, mounted on cardboard. No identifying marks. Lower right corner of backing missing, but photo intact. The women appear to be school teachers. In front of them is a low table with school bells...
NY: Fowler & Wells, 1882. Periodical. 8vo, pp. 119-174, 8. Vol. 75, No. 3; September 1882. Paper wraps. Illustrated with engravings. Advertisements and notes on other publications of this company. A VG tight copy. Articles on health, social norms, notes on science, etc.
NY & Phila. Appleton, 1845. First edn. 8vo, pp. 333. Removed from a bound volume, title-leaf loose.(Corner of one leaf torn off affecting the ending of 8 lines on the recto and 7 lines on the verso) Bound With: BISHOP ONDERDONK'S STATEMENT. A Statement of Facts and Circumstances connected with...
Washington: US Congress, 1803. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 8. Single folded sheet. Removing the duties on the refining of sugar. VG Imprints 5451.
NY: Arno and The NY Times, (1970). Reprint. 8vo, pp. 537. Illustrated with photographs, VG in little soiled and worn dj.
Boston: Scarborough, 1903. Original Folding Map (39 x 56 inches) printed on cloth, that is bound into a folding accordion-style hardcover bds in brown cloth measuring. Printed in color, very good.
Washington City: F & J Rives & George A. Bailey, 1868. First Edition. 4to, pp. 526. Bound in original leather backed boards (rubbed), flyleaves loose, some staning. Good. The transcripts of the trial.
Notre Dame, IN: Catholic Committee on Urban Ministry, 1979. 4to, pp. 129. Paper wraps. Vg. Translations of seminar sessions held "outside the walls" during CELAM III, third conference of the Latin American bishops.
1794. Printed document (14-3/4 x 9 in.) finished in manuscript and signed by an extensive list of men willing to take the risk for different amounts of money. Little stained and nicked at folds, very good. The Schooner Lady Washington" was to travel from Port de Paise to Boston or Newburyport.
1794 (1805). Printed document (14-3/4 x 9 in.) finished in manuscript and signed by Bartholomew Rand and an extensive list of additional men willing to take the risk for different amounts of money. At the bottom of the sheet is a note that the ship was salvaged on October 11...
1797. Printed document (15 x 12-1/4 in.) fihished in manuscript and signed by Ichabod Wetmore. Little stained and nicked at folds, very good. The "Ariel" was to travel from New England to the West Indies and return to New York or New London. Ashbel Wrightwas born in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut...
Boston: The Warren Press, 1903. reprint. 8vo, pp. 198. Hinge loose, but a very good copy. A temperance story that took place in Canada.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, (2001). First printing. 8vo, pp. xi, 242. Notes, index. Illustrated. Dark gray cloth. About as new in slightly scuffed dj.
NY: Source Book Press, (1970). First printing of a reprint of the 1909 Appleton edition. 8vo, pp. xxii, 408. Bibliography, index. Red cloth. A nice copy.
NY: Putnam's, 1907. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xiv, 408, plus a short catalog. Index. Copiously illustrated wtih photographs, drawings and a map. Ollive cloth, stamped in gilt, with a photograph affixed to the front. TEG. Cover little scuffed at corners and slightly worn at ends of spine, but a nice copy.
Amherst MA: University of Massachusetts, (1991). First Edition. 8vo, pp. x, 294. Notes, bibliography, index. Red cloth. Very slight spotting on top edge, o/w a nice copy in slightly scuffed dj.
NY: Bonanza Books, 1961. Oblong. 8vo, pp. 192. VG in soiled dj. Pictures and text, describing railroading during the U.S. Civil War.
NY: Praeger, (1984). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xiii, 253. Notes, index. Textured paper over boards. Review laid in. Top edges spotted, a little pencil marking, o/w a VG tight copy.