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A BRIEF AND REMARKABLE NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE AND EXTREME SUFFERINGS OF BARNABAS DOWNS, JUN. WHO WAS AMONG THE NUMBER OF THOSE WHO ESCAPED DEATH ON BOARD THE PRIVATEER BRIG ARNOLD, JAMES MAGEE COMMANDER WHCH WAS CAST AWAY NEAR PLYMOUTH HARBOUR, DEC.
+16pp. Wrps. A facsimile of the 1786 edition with an intro. by Samuel J. Hough. A fine copy.
Wellfleet, Massachusetts: The Wellfleet Historical Society. 1993. 126 pp. Wraps. Wraps show only some light shelf wear, with one small crease at the front bottom edge point. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. All in all, a very good copy.
Decorative blocks by Saul Yalkert. Photographs by Pat Hallett. Provincetown, MA: Modern Pilgrim Press. (Revised edition, 1947). 78pp. Soft-cover. In very good, clean condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings.
[Unpaginated] Illus. Wrps. Stapled hinges lightly rusted which affect the immediate area, otherwise the pamphlet in excellent condition. Foreword by Mrs Harold Haven Brown and Paul Smith states the impressions you hold in your hands were made directly from the artist's block without any interference from modern photo-engraving. The plates are reproduced from original linoleum blocks. Artist represented are Tod Lindenmuth; Kal Knaths; Chas. Kaeselau; Oliver Chaffee; Blanch Lazzell; Agnes Weinrich; V. B. Rann; Saul Yalkeert; Shelby Shackelford; E. R. Eeuler; and Ada Gilmore. Y001.
A PORTUGUESE COLONIAL IN AMERICA: BELMIRA NUNES LOPES. The Autobiography of a Cape Verdean-American.
Pittsburgh: Latin American Literary Review Press. 1982. 215 pp. Hardcover. Limited to 100 copies. Autographed presentation copy. Front board shows some light soiling, otherwise only some minor shelf wear. Interior is bright, clean and free of stray markings. Lengthy inscription from the author on first free end paper.
Dennis: Cape Museum of Fine Arts. (1993). 20 pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Wraps show some light wear around the edges but otherwise clean and in very good condition. Small price tag sticker on the rear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings.
A ROOM FROM MARTHA'S VINEYARD AT THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. In DUKES COUNTY INTELLIGENCER, August 1967, Vol. 9:#1.
Pp. 3-22. Illus. Also includes THE LOSS OF THE U.S.S. GALENA ON GAY HEAD by Carol W. Kimball; and EDGARTOWN -- SOME OLD PHOTOGRAPHS. A very good copy.
Yarmouth Port, Ma.:Historical Society of Old Yarmouth. 1978. 15pp. One of 500 copies. Reprint of the original edition with scholarly introduction by Charles Holbrook, Jr. S010.
NY: Brentano's. (1924). 252pp. 1st. edition. Hard cover. Light fading of the spine and light wear at ends of spine. Otherwise, a very good to fine copy.
258pp. Hard-bound. Fine copy. Y019
BUILDING WITH NANTUCKET IN MIND. Guidelines for Protecting the Historic Architecture and Landscape of Nantucket Island.
130pp. Illus. Wrps. Wrapper lightly bruised. Intenally very good. Provides background on the interrelated hisstory, architecture and landscape character of Nantucket Island. Further, provides guidelines to assist each property owner in preservation of the island's architectural heritage and conservation of its landscape; recommendations for new construction and renovation that respect the Nantucket environment. TS003.
(Yarmouthport, Ma.): (Privately printed). 1963. 17 pp. Softcover. First edition. Wraps show light aging around the edges and the staples holding it together are showing moderate rusting. Otherwise in very good condition.
Boston, MA:Marshall Jones Company. (1930). 1st edition. 307pp. Hardcover. External boards, soiled and worn at edges. Internally, pages are age-toned but with no previous owners marks or signatures. A near very good copy.
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