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Publisher: Madison, WI: Democrat Printing Co., State Printer, 1906.: 1906.
Seller ID: 30606
Condition: Very good
Madison, WI: Democrat Printing Co., State Printer, 1906.. 1906.. Very good. - Octavo, dark green cloth titled in gilt on the front cover. The binding is bumped & lightly rubbed with some light staining to the front cover. 67 pages with the compliment slip of the State Board of Forestry bound in. There is an owner's ink name on the front endpaper. Illustrated with black- and-white plates. Very good. E. M. Griffith was the first State Forester hired by the State of Wisconsin and was an early leader in developing state forestry programs that shaped Wisconsin forestry over the past hundred year... View more info
Publisher: Indianapolis/New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., (1952).: (1952).
Seller ID: 32242
Indianapolis/New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., (1952).. (1952).. Good. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY ROBERT J. CASEY - Octavo, green cloth in a dust wrapper. The binding is bumped with its extremities slightly faded. There are 3 tiny white marks to the rear cover. The dust jacket is chipped with a long tear to its front fold & large pieces out of the head & tail of its spine. Its rear panel is soiled and there are tiny ink stains to its front flap from the inscription. 347 pages. Pictorial title in brown & white and black-and-white textual illustrations by Ann and John Groth. Good in a fair... View more info
Publisher: Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, (1976).: (1976).
Seller ID: 34182
Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, (1976).. (1976).. Good. - Large octavo, cloth, in dw. Tail of spine chipped; dw lightly soiled with label removed from front panel, tail of spine chipped & flaps glued to pastedowns. xiii & 967 pp. Small stains to fore-edge. Ex-library with typed label on dw spine. Good. Dust jacket present. View more info
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1964.: 1964.
Seller ID: 18157
Condition: Very good
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1964.. 1964.. Very good. - Octavo, cloth in a dust wrapper. The dust jacket is rubbed, soiled & chipped with its spine faded. xvii & 166 pages. There is an owner's ink name & address on the front endpaper. Very good in a good dust wrapper. First edition.A book about the "indefatigable efforts" of Alexander Hamilton, as Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington, "to bend American foreign policy toward a closer connection with Great Britain." Hamilton was designated "Number 7" in the dispatches of a British secret a... View more info
Publisher: Boston: Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1898.: 1898.
Seller ID: 16096
Boston: Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1898.. 1898.. Good. - Octavo, teal cloth titled in gilt with a vignette portrait stamped in gilt on the front cover. The top edge is gilt. The binding is bumped & rubbed with some light staining to the rear cover. The spine is faded. xii & 286 pages. Black-and-white plates, including a portrait frontispiece with a tissue guard, & black-and-white textual illustrations. There is occasional light foxing & the top corners of the prelims are lightly bumped. Good. First edition. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son, 1857.: 1857.
Seller ID: 23251
Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son, 1857.. 1857.. Fair. - 12mo, limp brown cloth titled in gilt within a blind stamped decorative frame on the front cover. The covers are rubbed with some wear to the corners and head and tail of the spine. There is a split to the cloth in the middle of the front joint. 60 pages. The endpapers are soiled and the leaves are darkened. Good. View more info
Publisher: Jersey City, NJ: Hasbrouck Institute, 1898-1908. .: .
Seller ID: 24396
Condition: Very good
Jersey City, NJ: Hasbrouck Institute, 1898-1908. .. .. Very good. - Quarto, 10-1/4 inches high by 7 inches wide. Softcovers, bound in stapled printed wraps. The covers are slightly soiled and stained. 12 pages per issue, with textual illustrations. There is some browning to the center of the pages of the first issue, and an annotation penned in ink at the top of the front cover of the second issue. The 27 issues are in otherwise good to very good condition. Includes Vol. 1, No. 1 (November 1898) through Vol. 1, No. 5 (March 1899), Vol. 1, No. 7 (May 1899) through Vol. 1, No. 8 (... View more info
Publisher: Boston: Samuel N. Dickinson, Printer, 1844.: 1844.
Seller ID: 28360
Boston: Samuel N. Dickinson, Printer, 1844.. 1844.. Fair. INSCRIBED AND INITIALED BY A MEMBER OF THE HAVEN FAMILY - Octavo, softcover bound in printed brown wrappers. The wraps are chipped with tears are pieces out and the front wrap is detached. 27 pages. The page corners are bumped. There are light vertical creases to the wraps & pages where the pamphlet has been folded. The contents are good. A fair working copy. First edition. "Printed by Direction of the Meeting, for the Use of the Family."There is a contemporary inscription penned along the top of the front wrap: "Charl... View more info
Publisher: (New York): Scanlan's Monthly, 1970.: 1970.
Seller ID: 21353
Condition: Very good
(New York): Scanlan's Monthly, 1970.. 1970.. Very good. - Small quarto [approximately 10-3/4 inches high by 8-1/4 inches wide], softcover bound in printed white self wraps. The wraps are slightly bumped & lightly soiled with light foxing around the edges. 132 pages. Illustrated in color and black & white. The top corners of the first few leaves are lightly bumped. Very good. Among the contents of the first issue of this intensely radical magazine is an article by Hunter S. Thompson "The Temptations of Jean-Claude Killy", a typical raucously eloquent account of an interview with the ret... View more info
Publisher: Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1911.: 1911.
Seller ID: 3118
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1911.. 1911.. Good. - Octavo, pictorial light gray cloth titled in gilt on spine & in gilt with an illustration stamped in dark greenish gray on front cover; the top edge is gilt. The covers are bumped with soiling to the rear cover. The spine is slightly faded with the head & tail chipped & the head slightly frayed. vii, [i], 188 &  pages plus colophon. The front endpaper is lightly soiled & there is a tear to the paper of the front pastedown. The page edges are very slightly darkened. Illustrated in black-and-white after drawings by Lester G... View more info
Publisher: NY and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1909.: 1909.
Seller ID: 33343
NY and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1909.. 1909.. Good. - Octavo, gray cloth titled in white with blue & white illustration mounted on front cover. The covers are lightly bumped; the spine is faded with the head chipped & frayed. xiii,  leaf, 147 &  pp. There is a small label on the front pastedown with offsetting to the endpaper & a very small area of the surface has been rubbed away; there is an owner's pencil name on the front endpaper; there is occasional light soiling. B&W frontispiece & B&W plates. Good. First edition. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts; and London, England: Harvard University Press, 1985.: 1985.
Seller ID: 35937
- Octavo, black cloth titled in gilt within burgundy panels on the spines. The 2 volumes are housed in their original light green cloth covered slipcase with a pictorial tan wrap-around band. xxvi, & 1,661 consecutively numbered pages. Near fine. The second printing of this extraordinary biography. Condensed and edited by Daniel Aaron from Arthur Crew Inman's original 155 volume diary, this fascinating biography documents the life of a man born to priviledge who, following a nervous collapse and believing himself invalid, lived vicariously through the newspapers of the day and through those... View more info
Publisher: New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1899.: 1899.
Seller ID: 36017
Condition: Very good
- Octavo, navy blue cloth titled in gilt. The top edge is gilt. The corners of the covers are rubbed. The head & tail of the spine are creased & slightly chipped. viii,  leaf & 472 pages. There is a light horizontal crease to the preliminary pages & the first chapter. The front edges of 2 leaves are chipped where they have been roughly opened. Very good. First edition.Mounted on the front pastedown is the book label of Louis Marlin Antisdale, a nineteenth-century journalist who was on the staff of the Rochester Herald and was editor and part proprietor from 1898. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1966.: 1966.
Seller ID: 95197
FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE TRANSGENDER AUTHOR OF THIS BOOK DAWN LANGLEY SIMMONS - Octavo, white boards backed with purple cloth with a vignette stamped in blind on the front cover, in a dust wrapper. The dust jacket is lightly chipped with some soiling to its rear panel & its spine is darkened. The corners of its rear flap are creased. xvi & 239 pages, The fore-edge is lightly foxed. "Office of the Director" is stamped on both endpapers & on the fore-edge and top & bottom edges of the book. Good. From the library of Dawn Langley Simmons, the transgender author of this book about Tho... View more info
Publisher: (Charlottesville, VA: The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 1965).: 1965).
Seller ID: 17596
(Charlottesville, VA: The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 1965).. 1965).. Fine. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial light green wrappers. The wraps are slightly darkened along the spine. 14 pages. 4 pages of black-and-white illustrations, including ground plans of Monticello. Near fine. View more info
Publisher: San Francisco: Department of Natural Resources, State of California, September 1948.: September 1948.
Seller ID: 4472
Condition: Very good
San Francisco: Department of Natural Resources, State of California, September 1948.. September 1948.. Very good. - Oblong quarto, tan cloth titled in black on the front cover & the spine. The covers show some minor wear at the corners. 164 pages, profusely illustrated in black & white and in color, including geologic maps outlined in color. A previous owner's name is penned on the front endpaper. Very good. Centennial Edition. View more info
Publisher: 1953.: 1953.
Seller ID: 31675
Condition: Very good
1953.. 1953.. Very good. - sc The 7-1/4 inch high by 9 inch wide photograph depicts Lyndon Johnson, who was later to become President of the United States, seated at a conference table with Senators Wayne Morse and Richard Russell. This is a vintage photograph distributed by the International News Photos Company at the time, with the their eagle logo on the verso. The text for a press release printed on a sheet of paper is stapled to the left of the photo. The text for the press release which accompanies the image reads as follows: "UMT (H) - ARMED SERVICES Committee of the Senate has a... View more info
Publisher: Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1883.: 1883.
Seller ID: 13322
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1883.. 1883.. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed blue wraps. The wraps are bumped, soiled & chipped. The backstrip is perished & the spine has been reinforced with gray cloth tape. The tape is split along the rear joint with a large piece out at the tail of the spine, & the lower third of the front wrap is detached. 169 pages. Some bottom page corners are creased & the bottom corner of the last leaf is darkened & chipped. Illustrated with a black-and-white plate depicting the proposed monument. Ex-library with the remnants of a library label... View more info
Publisher: New York: Frederick Fell, Inc., (1966).: (1966).
Seller ID: 26155
New York: Frederick Fell, Inc., (1966).. (1966).. Good. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY AL KELLY - Octavo, cloth in a dust wrapper. The binding is rubbed with a few tiny white marks. The spine & extremities of the dust jacket are faded & a bit darkened & its top edge is chipped. [xii], 20 pages of black-and-white illustrations & 220 pages. The top edge is lightly foxed. Very good in a good dust wrapper, Inscribed and signed in full by Al Kelly on the half-title Dust jacket present. View more info
Publisher: Washington, DC: Robert Armstrong, Printer, 1853.: 1853.
Seller ID: 12597
Washington, DC: Robert Armstrong, Printer, 1853.. 1853.. Good. - Octavo, dark green cloth titled in gilt on the front cover. The covers are lightly bumped with some tiny stains to the front edge of the front cover. The head & tail of the spine are lightly chipped. 160 pages. Illustrated with numerous tables. There is a piece out of the top corner of the front endpaper & there is a faded gift inscription on the flyleaf. The contents are heavily foxed throughout. Good only. First edition. First Edition. View more info