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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year 1874: THE LEE PAPERS, Vol. IV 1782-1811.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, New York Historical Society: 1874

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000016018

Condition: Very Good


Small quarto, green pebbled cloth with gilt titles, iii [4] 500 pages. Publication date 1875. Pages unopened. Tear on half-title page, small white mark at foot of spine, else Very Good. 102504A. Papers of Charles Lee, Major-General, second in command in the American Army of the Revolution. This volume only. View more info

Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year 1872: THE LEE PAPERS, Vol. II. 1776-1778.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, New York Historical Society: 1872

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000016019

Condition: Good


Small quarto, green pebbled cloth with gilt titles, [10] 494 pages. Publication date 1873. Pages unopened. Wear at head and foot of spine, corners bumped. 102504A. Papers of Charles Lee, Major-General, second in command in the American Army of the Revolution. This volume only. View more info

Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year 1871: THE LEE PAPERS, Vol. I: 1754-1776.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, New York Historical Society: 1871

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000016020

Condition: Fair


Small quarto, green pebbled cloth with gilt titles, [11] 494 pages. Published in 1872. Pages unopened. Covers spotted, dampstaining on bottom inner gutter/margin, for first few pages, does not affect text; corners bumped. 102504A . Papers of Charles Lee, Major-General, second in command in the American Army of the Revolution. This volume only. View more info

"AS WE SEE 'EM" A Volume of Cartoons and Caricatures of Kansas Cityans

By: N/A

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Kansas City, MO, Published by H. B. THomson From the Press of Lechtman Printing Co.:

Seller ID: 000016396

Condition: Poor


Octavo, brown cloth covers. xvi + 412 pages + 3 page index. No date, but circa 1904-1905. "The Photographs From Which These Pen and Ink Sketches Have Been Produced Were Furnished by D. P. Thomson." Disbound, but boards present, although worn and chipped at head and foot of spine. Endpapers chipped. Pages all present and in good condition. A scarce book and good candidate for restoration. 021210E View more info

All the Treaties Between the United States and Great Britain; From the Definitive Treaty of Peace, signed at Paris, 1783; To the Treaty of Peace, Signed at Ghent, 1814.

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Boston, Printed by E. G. House, Congress-Street., Published by order of The House of Representatives of Massachusetts: 1815

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000016797

Condition: Good


Octavo, vellum spine over boards, 48 pages. Some foxing throughout. Includes: The Definitive Treaty between Great Britain and the Thirteen United States of America; Jay's Treaty; Convention, of Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, returned unratified by Mr. Jefferson, in 1803; Monroe and Pinkney's Treaty(rejected by President Jefferson); Treaty of Peace (1814). 070400A. Revolutionary War, War of 1812. View more info

THE DIARY OF A PUBLIC MAN. An Intimate View of the National ADministration December 28, 1860 to March 15, 1861 and A Page of Political Correspondence Stanton to Buchanan.

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Chicago, Privately Printed at Chicago, Illinois for Abraham Lincoln Book Shop: 1945

Seller ID: 000017011

Condition: Very Good


Prefatory Notes by F. Lauriston Bullard. Foreword by Carl Sandburg. Octavo, xi [1] 117 pages. Pictorial endpapers. Former owner name stamp on front end paper and front and rear blanks. 020117A View more info

THE SALEM DIRECTORY AND CITY REGISTER; Containing Names of the Inhabitants, Their Occupations, Places of Business, and Residences, With Lists of City Officers, Banks, Insurance Offices, Societies, &c. Names of the Streets and Wharves; and Other Useful Information.

By: N/A

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Salem, Henry Whipple: 1846

Seller ID: 000017368

Condition: Good


16mo, green blind-stamped cloth covers. Map "Plan of the City of Salem" opposite title page, Hole on one leaf (pages 91-92). 184 pages plus 30 pages of ads. Nathaniel Hawthorne listing on page 54. Some wear at cover edges. Appears to lack front free endpaper. Photos available on request. View more info

HISTORY AND HERITAGE OF THE WALDENSIAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Valdese, North Carolina 1893-1993.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Valdese, Waldensian Presbyterian Church: (c. 1993)

Seller ID: 000018022

Condition: Fine


Octavo, maroon cloth covers with gilt titles, ix [1] 253 + [9] (includes 6 pages of index). Illustrated in black and white, maps on endpapers. Toue brochure laid in. 061507B View more info

CORRESPONDENCE OF AARON BURR AND HIS DAUGHTER THEODOSIA

By: Aaron Burr, Theodosia Burr Alston. Edited and with a preface by Mark Van Doren.

Price: $225.00

Publisher: New York, Covici-Friede: 1929

Edition: limited edition

Seller ID: 000018081

Condition: Very Good


Small quarto, approx. 9 1/2" tall. Green cloth spine over floral paper-covered boards. ix [3] 349 pages plus colophon. Black amd white frontispiece portrait of Aaron Burr. This edition limited to 500 numbered copies of which this is number 239. Offsett browning io endpapers, light creasing on rear free endpaper. Includes an appendix: Correspondence of Joseph Alston relating to Theodosia's death. Plain paper dust jacket is browned, chipped, and with tears. Book covers... View more info

THE ROYAL GOVERNORS OF GEORGIA 1754-1775

By: Abbot, W.W

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Chapel Hill, Pub. for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg by The University of North Carolina Press: 1959

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 10507

Condition: near Fine


Pages vii [3] + 198, octavo, hardcover, first edition. Includes bibliography and index. Book is in near Fine condition; dust jacket has several closed tears, some chipping at edges, Good +. 082504A View more info

THE HISTORY OF NORRIDGEWOCK. Comprising Memorials of the Aboriginal Inhabitants and Jesuit Missionaries, Hardships of the Pioneers, Biographical Notices of the Early Settlers, and Ecclesiastical Sketches.

By: Allen, William

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Norridgewock, Edward J. Peet: 1849

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000017366

Condition: Fair


Small octavo, 252 pages. Two title pages, the first with vignette "Death of Rasles" by W. J. Baker. With 8 embellishments (6 full page engravings, but on smaller sheets than the text and two cuts in the text.). Unfortunately, lacks two leaves of text (pages 25/26 & 27/28). Scattered foxing. Howes A-164. Twentieth century rebind in brown cloth with new endpapers. View more info

ADAMS AND JEFFERSON. The Story of a Friendship.

By: Allison, John Murray

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: (c. 1966)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000015257

Condition: Fine


Octavo, blue cloth covers, xiii [1] 349 pages. Includes index. Fine condition. Without a dust jacket. 120506A View more info

HIGH COUNTRY NAMES. Rocky Mountain National Park.

By: Arps, Louisa Ward. Elinor Eppich Kingery, assisted by Hugh E. Kingery.

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Denver, The Colorado Mountain Club.: 1966

Seller ID: 000017903

Condition: near Very Good.


Trade paper, 212 pages, approx. 6" x 9" 12 pages of maps at rear. Former owner name stamp on front free endpaper. Price sticker on front cover crossed out. Black and white photo reproductions. 061508B View more info

THE HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS: The Commonwealth Period.

By: Barry, John Stetson.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Boston, Published for the Author: 1857

Edition: 4th edition

Seller ID: 000016660

Condition: Very Good


Brown blind-stamped cloth worn at corners, rebacked with new spine. xii + 468 pages. 012104A View more info

THE HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS. The Colonial Period.

By: Barry, John Stetson.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Boston, Phillips, Sampson and Co.: 1857

Seller ID: 000016662

Condition: Good +


Large octavo, xii + 516 pages. bBown blind-stamped cloth, re-backed with new spine. Light dampstain on bottom edge of pages. Otherwise clean and tight. View more info

YELLOWSTONE GEYSERS

By: Bauer, Clyde Max

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, Haymes, Inc.: (c. 1947)

Edition: Revised Edition

Seller ID: 000017812

Condition: Very good


Illustrated by Jack Ellis Haynes. Quarto (approx. 6 1/4" wide by 9 3/8" tall) green cloth covers, 125 pages + 2 pages of ads. Illustrated with a color frontis. and black and white photo reproductions. Former owner name and date on front free endpaper. Dust jacket heavily chipped. 032509A View more info

AMERICA IN MIDPASSAGE

By: Beard, Charles and Mary

Price: $8.00

Publisher: NY, The Macmillan Co., 1939,: 1939

Edition: second printing

Seller ID: 7001

Condition: near Very Good


NY, The Macmillan Co., 1939 Hardcover. Pages 977 pp., 8vo. Vol. 3 in The Rise of American Civilization. Includes index. Small stain on bottom edge of cover, former owner stamp on front endpaper, else VG. No dust jacket. #030897A View more info

PATHWAYS OF THE PURITANS. Compiled for the Massachusetts Bay Colony Tercentenary Commission

By: Bell, Mrs. N. S., compiled by

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Framingham, Massachusetts, Old America Co. Publishers: (1930)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000017543

Condition: near Very Good


Introduction by Samuel Eliot Morison. Illustrated with black and white photo reproductions. Quarto, blue cloth covers with gilt titles and seal, xx + 212 pages. Top edge gilt. One cover corner bumped, Light wear at head and foot of spine and corners, some darkening at cover edges. Laid in is a printed presentation card from Frank G. Allen (then governor of Massachusetts). View more info

THE DIONNE YEARS. A Thirties Melodrama.

By: Berton, Pierre.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, W. W. Norton & Co.: (1978)

Edition: first American ed.

Seller ID: 000015779

ISBN: 039307529X

Condition: near Fine


Octavo, 232 pages, includes black and white illustrations, notes, index. Book is near Fine; dust jacket has small closed tear, light wear at head of spine. 121006A View more info

THE PICTORIAL SKETCH-BOOK OF PENNSYLVANIA. or, Its Scenery, Internal Improvements. Resources and Agriculture, popularly described. Bound with: Locomotive Sketches, with Pen & Pencil, from Philadelphia to Pittsburg

By: Bowen, Eli.

Price: $140.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Willis P. Hazard: 1852

Seller ID: 000017731

Condition: Good +


Small quarto, blue cloth covers stamped in blind and gilt with the titles and design on the spine and state seal on the front cover The first part, the Pictorial Sketchbook, has, at front, 2 pages of train schedules, and a title label that lists the agent's name bound in before the schedules. 268 pages. Part two, Locomotive Sketches, [4] 13-192 pages + 4 pages of ads. Illustrated with over 200 engravings. A folding colored map is tipped in the rear; the map has tears at... View more info