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116pp. Slightly worn. *Contains inscribed note by the author "To the Heroes of the Battle Ship Texas. From the author Donizetti Hamilton Muller. Further, there is a 16-line poem "Columbia mourns her martyred Heroes; Slain".
LITTLE MR. BOUNCER AND HIS FRIEND VERDANT GREEN. Also TALES OF COLLEGE LIFE. With illustrations by the author. .
Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 1893. 292 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Internally a very good, tight and clean copy free of stray markings. Front binding and spine has a very attractive gold embossed bright design. Boards show only some light shelf wear. A very good copy.
Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press. (1992). 349pp. With dust jacket. Book is in very good condition aside from a bit of a nick to the base of the spine which corresponds to a tear in the dust jacket at the same place. Also, a bit of dust residue to page edges. Along with a number of critical studies, contains an extensive bibliography of women writers from Louisiana.
181pp. 2nd edition. Hard bound. Previous owner's name inked-in at top of front fly-leaf, otherwise a very good, tight copy. Covers are lightly shelfworn. Gilt still bright on front cover, a bit faded to spine.
Boston:Ticknor, Reed and Fields. 1852. 4pp + 287pp. 1st. American edition. Printed publisher's review prior to front fly-leaf. Water-stain top margins, much of it faded; otherwise a very good tight copy. Y003.
New York:Henry Holt and Company. (1940). 1st edition. 135pp. Former owners name on fly leaf. Minor shelf wear at ends of spine, otherwise a very good, tight, clean copy.
243pp. Red cloth. A very good copy. S008.
Yarmouth Port, MA: The Register Press. 1941. 120 pp. First edition. Wraps. Decorative covers. Binding lightly worn at edges and down the spine. Internally clean, bright and free of stray markings. Pages show some very light age-toning. Overall, this is a very good copy.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1971. 242 pp. Uncorrected Page Proof. Light soiling and fading to covers; otherwise shows only light shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS OF MRS. LAURA M. B. PEASE, WITH AN INTRODUCTION CONTAINING A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY OF THE AUTHOR.
Hartford: Case, Tiffany and Company. 1853. 212pp. 1st edition. Blind stamped boards with title and decorations in gilt on spine. Spine lightly faded and boards mildly soiled -- otherwise a very good, tight, and clean copy.
Boston: Walter H. Baker Company. (1925). 16 pp. Wraps. Wraps are clean with only some light fading on the bottom of the front wrap and what looks to be a very faint water marking down the spine which does not affect the interior. Inside is clean with no errant markings, though pages are showing some age. A very good copy.
Hull: A. Brown and Sons. 1885. 251pp. Hard bound. A beautiful copy. Signed and inscribed by the author on the half title page. Does have a small tear near top corner of back fly leaf, (Looks like some one tried to erase a price and pressed too hard), as well as a previous the previous owners bookplate on inside front cover. S015.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1919. 144 pp. First edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is significantly worn at the edges and spine, with several chips and tears, with a small piece missing at the bottom of the spine. Binding shows only light shelf-wear. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though the pages are showing some light age-toning. A very good copy.
Boston:Plowshare Press. (1972). 87pp. Stiff wrps, which are slightly soiled. Pages generally clean, but there is some foxing at the top edge of the first 20. Otherwise, a very good copy.
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