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Illus. by the author. Indianapolis:Bobbs-Merrill. (1956). 314pp. A very good copy. S011.
Fleischmanns, New York: Purple Mountain Press, Ltd. (1999). 185pp. Illus. A fine copy. History of the Merchants and Miners Transporation Company, prominent Atlantic Coast shipping company, homeported in Baltimore. Provided services between Boston and Miami. Unique to this line, it was the only major coastal line that did not serve the port of New York on a regular basis. Founded in 1861 it continued to 1952 when various circumstances including expanded competition from rail, truck, and aviation forced it to close down. Cover shows small signs of shelf wear; mild foxing on title page; otherwise a tight, clean copy.
New York:(American Society of Civil Engineers). 1969. 139pp. Illustrated. Wrps. Covers show some light wear to the edges along with mild soiling but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
NY: Lee Furman. (1939). 234pp. Illus. Hard bound. A very good, tight, clean copy.
Savannah:Pigeonhole Press. (1959). 66pp. Illus. 1st. ed. With dust jacket. Illustrations by Ray Dilley. Previous owners name on front fly-leaf. Otherwise, a very attractive copy.
218pp. + 31pp. publishers advertisements dated 1914 + 2 4pp loose publishers ads. Light foxing of preliminary pages; the lightest shelf wear on edges; Gold embossed design on front cover and gold embossed design and title, both very bright and clean. Altogether a very good, tight and attractive copy.
(Somerset): (Warren G. Hathaway). (1996). 169 pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Binding shows only some minor shelf wear. Tiny tear on the front top edge towards the spine. Otherwise in fine condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. All in all, a fine copy.
Annapolis, MD:Naval Institute Pess. (1981). 184pp. Illus. A unique book. Focuses on 123 illustrations with extensive annotations depicting the type of life led by merchant seaman under sail. Book has a bit of soiling to covers, else a very good copy. Dust jacket with light shelf-wear to edges, also in very good condition.
SHE WENT A-WHALING. The Journal of Martha Smith Brewer Brown from Orient, Long Island, New York, Around the World on the Whaling Ship, LUCY ANN, 1847-1849. Transcribed and edited by Anne MacKay, with a forward by Joan Druett.
Orient, N. Y.: Oysterponds Historical Society. (1993). 103pp. Illus. Soft cover. 2nd. printing. Fine copy. SY012.
NY: The Atlantic Monthly Press. (1998). 507pp. Hard cover. With dust jacket. A fine copy. S107.
363pp. + listing of publications of the Louisiana Historical Records Survey, W. P. A, Wrps. Small tear at top of rear hinge, otherwise a very good copy.
363pp. Mimeo. Wrappers. A very good copy with some binding tape chipped at top edge.
AGREEMENT BETWEEN BENJAMIN CRANSTON [Builder] AND GEORGE GOULDING \"TO BUILD A BRIG OR SNOW, FIFTY FOOT KEEL, NINETEEN FOOT NINE INCHES BEAM..FLUSH DECK, FORECASTLE.. TO PAY HIM FIVE POUNDS.DELIVERY AT NEWPORT, ONE HUNDRED POUND IN MONEY & REST IN GOODS\"; Signed Geor. Goulding and dated Sept. 1733. Measures 6 1/2 x 7 inches. An excellent copy. S001
Yarmouth, ME:(Southworth Press). 1929. xii+222pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Blue boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn. Gilt on spine still bright. End pages are illustrated with maps. Periodic light foxing scattered throughout, usually around plates. Overall, a very good, solid copy.
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