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Publisher: Hotel Biltmore, New York City: Issued by the Democratic National Campain Committee, (1932).: (1932).
Seller ID: 29039
Hotel Biltmore, New York City: Issued by the Democratic National Campain Committee, (1932).. (1932).. Good. - Tall narrow octavo, 9 inches high by 3-7/8 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled self-wraps titled in black on the first page. 16 pages, including 2 blanks, decorated with drop caps and bold sub-headings within text boxes inserted at the left margin of the text. The top left and bottom edge of the front cover are darkened and soiled. There is some light foxing to the rear cover and the bottom front corners are creased. Good. Distributed by The Democratic National Campaign Committ... View more info
Publisher: 1943.: 1943.
Seller ID: 25691
1943.. 1943.. Good. - sc The 7-3/4 inch high by 9-1/2 inch wide image depicts President Franklin Delano Roosevelt seated in his army jeep with his hat off, reviewing armed American troops lining the boulevard in Casablanca. Mounted at the bottom of the photograph is a 5 cent memorial US Postage stamp with an inset image of the President with his birth and death dates next to the motto "Freedom of Speech and Freedom from Want and Fear". The stamp is canceled by an illegible postmark stamped on the bottom of the photograph. There is a very tiny tear to the right edge and minor damage to ... View more info
Publisher: New York: December 17, 1919.: 1919.
Seller ID: 36922
Condition: Very gooddddd
- Over 45 words typed on 9-1/4 inch high by 7-3/4 inch wide "998 Fifth Avenue" stationery. In reply to American impresario and lecture agent James B. Pond's invitation to serve on the committee welcoming Maurice Maeterlinck to America, the former Cabinet Secretary and Nobel Peace Prize recipient thanks Pond for his invitation to serve on the committee to welcome the Belgian poet Maurce Maeterlinck to America but indicates that he must decline. Root writes "... I am involved in so many things that I prefer not to add another committee membership". Signed "Elihu Root". Fo... View more info
By: Sagendorph, Robb
Publisher: (Dublin, NH: Yankee, Inc., 1970).: 1970).
Seller ID: 5848
Condition: Very good
(Dublin, NH: Yankee, Inc., 1970).. 1970).. Very good. - Octavo, beige cloth, in dw. Slightly soiled. The dw is soiled with a small tear. 318 pp. Profusely illustrated in B&W. Very good. Dust jacket present. View more info
Publisher: New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, (1980).: (1980).
Seller ID: 94863
- Thick octavo, dark blue cloth titled in gilt in a price-clipped dust wrapper. The top & bottom edges of the covers are slightly faded. The dust jacket is chipped & lightly soiled with remnants of 3 price-stickers on its front panel, affecting 2 words of the titling. Also with the remnant of a price-sticker on the spine. 558 pages. There is light foxing & minor soiling to the edges of the book. Very good in a good dust wrapper. First edition. Sale explores the problems of gigantism and uncontrolled growth in America and suggests ways to shape a more efficient and livable society built to the ... View more info
Publisher: Hanover, NH: B. D Howe, 1859.: 1859.
Seller ID: 33784
Hanover, NH: B. D Howe, 1859.. 1859.. Fair. - Octavo, unbound, removed at some time in the past from a larger bound volume of pamphlets. Lacks the original wrappers. 40 pages sewn with cream cord. The title page is detached. There is occasional light foxing. Good. First edition.The Ledyard Free Bridge [as it was named on this occasion], crossed the Connecticut River to connect Hanover, New Hampshire with Norwich, Vermont. It was the first bridge across the Connecticut River without a toll. The address was given at Dartmouth College to an audience of citizens of Hanover and Norwich and st... View more info
Publisher: Concord, NH: Printed by McFarland & Jenks, 1860.: 1860.
Seller ID: 33754
Concord, NH: Printed by McFarland & Jenks, 1860.. 1860.. Good. - Octavo, unbound, removed at some time in the past from a larger bound volume of pamphlets. 25 pages &  blank leaves, sewn with white cord. The page edges are slightly darkened & there is some foxing & light staining to the title page. The bottom page corners are slightly bumped. Very good. Gilmanton Academy in Gilmanton, New Hampshire was one of the oldest educational institutions in New England. It was incorporated in 1794. View more info
Publisher: Boston, MA: The Bartlett Press, 1903.: 1903.
Seller ID: 34396
Boston, MA: The Bartlett Press, 1903.. 1903.. Fair. SIGNED BY CARLTON E. SANFORD - Octavo, navy blue cloth titled in gilt on the front cover & spine. The top edge is gilt. The binding is bumped & rubbed with spotting to the spine & staining to the rear cover. The hinges are cracked & the covers are partially detached from the text block. xiv & 604 pages. Illustrated in black & white with plates, including a portrait frontispiece, a folding map and full-page illustrations. A few pages have been roughly opened with short tears & small pieces out. The text block is clean & tight. A good working c... View more info
By: Sann, Paul
Publisher: NY: Crown Publishers, Inc., (1967).: (1967).
Seller ID: 1060
Condition: Very good
NY: Crown Publishers, Inc., (1967).. (1967).. Very good. - 4to, cloth, in dw (price-clipped). [xiv] & 370 pp. Profusely illustrated in B&W. Very good. Dust jacket present. View more info
Publisher: Playboy Press, (1981).: (1981).
Seller ID: 27819
Condition: Very good
Playboy Press, (1981).. (1981).. Very good. - Octavo, cloth-backed boards in a dust wrapper. The top & bottom edges of the front cover are slightly faded. The spine of the dust jacket is sunned & the top edges of the flaps are slightly darkened with a small crease to the rear flap. ix & 384 pages. Very good. First edition. Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: New York: Januay 23, 1979.: 1979.
Seller ID: 34880
Condition: Very good
New York: Januay 23, 1979., 1979.. Very good. - 31 words typed on a white, 10-3/8 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide sheet of Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York letterhead with the Graduate Center's Albert Schweitzer Chair in the Humanities listed below the heading. Signed "Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.". The bottom edge of the letterhead is lightly creased & there are 2 light ink marks to the left margin. Very good. Schlesinger addresses former Congressman Seymour Halpern who was Executive Vice President of public relations company Sydney S. Baron at this t... View more info
Publisher: Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, (1962).: (1962).
Seller ID: 15232
Condition: Very good
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, (1962).. (1962).. Very good. - Octavo, black & brown cloth titled in gilt on the spine. The covers are slightly bumped with a narrow strip of black staining along the bottom edge of each cover. There is some very light soiling along the front edge of the dust jacket rear panel. xv & 383 pages. There is an owner's ink name & address on the front pastedown. There is a light glue mark on each endpaper. Black-and-white illustrations. Very good. First edition. Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: Boston, July, 1777.: 1777.
Seller ID: 34560
- A 4-page autograph document penned in an unknown clerk's hand on two 9-1/2 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide sheets of buff paper which were once likely attached. The document consists of a 180 word petition by Susannah Carme [?], penned on two sides of the first sheet, applying for a liquor license so that she may support herself and her seventy year old mother: "Times being very difficult she is obliged to exert herself to the utmost & accordingly has opened a shop in Fore Street for the vending of small necessary articles, she apprehends it would be greatly beneficial to her to retail Rum ... View more info
By: Scudder, H. E
Publisher: New York: Scribner, Armstrong, and Company, 1876.: 1876.
Seller ID: 12873
New York: Scribner, Armstrong, and Company, 1876.. 1876.. Good. - Small octavo, decorative tan, black & red cloth. The covers are lightly rubbed & bumped with uneven fading to the rear cover. The spine is heavily rubbed with small pieces of the cloth worn away & the head of the spine is chipped. 320 pages plus 8-page publisher's catalog. Illustrated with 4 black-and-white plates, including a frontispiece. The front pastedown is rubbed & a small piece of the surface of the rear pastedown has been rubbed away. There is an owner's ink name on the flyleaf. The bottom corners of the prelims & of th... View more info
Publisher: New York: November 15, 1933.: November 15, 1933.
Seller ID: 25338
Condition: Very good
- sc Small quarto [8-1/2 inches high by 12-1/2 inches wide, folded to form 4 sides]. 21 words typed on the first side of a sheet of his personalized cream letterhead with his Wall Street address printed at the top. Signed "Samuel Seabury". The letter is lightly soiled & slightly darkened along the left side. There are 4 small pieces of tape on the 4th side where the letter was once mounted in an album. Folded once for mailing. Very good. View more info
Publisher: Albany, NY: Printed by Hoffman & White, 1834.: 1834.
Seller ID: 28357
Albany, NY: Printed by Hoffman & White, 1834.. 1834.. Good. - sc Octavo, printed self-wraps bound with cream cord. 42 pages, unopened. The page corners are bumped & the edges of a number of pages are darkened. The front edge of page 29 is soiled & the front edges of 2 rear leaves are lightly chipped. There is scattered light foxing. Good. First edition.The speech concerns a dispute about state revenues being withdrawn from the Bank of the United States. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: Albany, NY: Printed by Packard, Hoffman & White, 71 State Street. 1832.: 1832.
Seller ID: 28993
Albany, NY: Printed by Packard, Hoffman & White, 71 State Street. 1832.. 1832.. Good. - Octavo, softcover. Printed cream self-wraps sewn with tan cord. 14 pages, unopened. The title & the last page are soiled & foxed. There is a small stain to the middle of each page. The bottom page corners are bumped & creased & the front edges of the overlapping pages are lightly chipped. Good. First edition. First Edition. View more info
By: Shapiro, Harry L
Publisher: .: .
Seller ID: 24175
.. .. Good. - A 7-1/4 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide brochure with text by Harry L. Shapiro outlining the progress and triumph of man from the "Dawn of Man" through his "Leap to the Stars". More of a fold-out, the brochure is illustrated with a double-page folding plate containing 8 color illustrations of stages in the progress of man. 4 more color illustrations on the theme are pictured on the verso of the folding flap. The 13th illustration, entitled "Man's Leap To The Stars" appears in the corner above Shapiro's text on the back of the brochure. Additional ... View more info
Publisher: Concord, NH: Privately printed, 1891.: 1891.
Seller ID: 35173
- Octavo, softcover. Cream self-wraps, disbound, removed. 24 pages. The spine, the bottom edges of the title & last page & the front edges of 4 leaves are chipped. The bottom edge of the title is darkened & there is an area of staining to its top edge with progessively lighter staining to the following 4 leaves. Good only. A Discourse Delivered Before the New Hampshire Historical Society, April 24, 1888. By The Rev. Edmund F. Slafter, D.D.Reprinted from the Proceedings of the New Hampshire Historical Society. View more info
By: Sloane, Eric
Publisher: New York: Wilfred Funk, Inc., 1954-1956.: 1954-1956.
Seller ID: 14068
New York: Wilfred Funk, Inc., 1954-1956.. 1954-1956.. Fine. - Small quarto [9-3/4 inches high by 7-3/8 inches wide]; tan, green & blue cloth in pictorial dust wrappers. The books are housed in a tan paper covered slipcase titled in black with a large square keyhole in the front panel revealing the dust wrapper illustration of the first book. "Our Vanishing Landscape" is slightly bumped & the extremities of the 3 dust jackets are rubbed. The front edge of the front panel of the slipcase is warped. 112 pages; 107 pages; and 123 pages. There is an owner's ink name on the front endpaper of... View more info