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[Brewster Ladies Library]:. 39pp. Illustrated. Stiff Wrps. Published on the occasion of the exhibition, "A Rare Collection of Cape Cod Portraits Circa 1841-1861" by Giddings H. Ballou and presented at the Brewster Ladies Library, August 12 through September 6, 2003, as part of the Town of Brewster's bicentennial celebration. A fine copy.
Yarmouthport, Ma.: C. W. Swift. 1913. 3pp. Soft cover. 1st. ed. Fine copy. Y016
Boston:Beacon Press 1920. xvi+117pp. Hardcover. In very good condition. Green boards clean and gilt title still bright on front board and spine. Internally, the pages are clean and bright, free of previous owner marks or signatures, although it looks like one may have been erased on the first free end-pape, Barely visible. Overall, a very good to near fine copy.
Franklin Press:Rand, Avery & Company. 1877. 84pp. Red boards, slightly bowed, are worn at all edges, edge points and spine ends. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is some light age-toning to the page edges. Binding is tight and hinges still intact. Overall, this is a good copy.
Osterville, MA: Oyster Harbors Property Owners Association. ND. 174pp. Illustrated with many black/white photographs. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book is in very good, clean condition. Boards are clean and gilt titles still bright on front board and spine. Internally, pages clean with no previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket has done its job well and is only in near very good condition, with overall shelf-wear, and several small chips and tears to the edges.
A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TO THE SOUTHERN PARTS OF NORUMBEGA. Including The Places Named Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard And The Elizabeth Islands By Their Discoverer, Bartholomew Gosnold, In The Year 1602A.D.
Edgartown, Massachusetts:Dukes County Historical Society. 1950. 20pp. With map inside front cover. Softcover. Covers slightly soiled, with a spot of old tape residue to inside front cover (and slight off-set to title page), but otherwise in very good, clean condition.
(Yarmouth Port):(The Register Press). (1954). 78pp. Wraps. Covers are lightly worn at the edges with some significant sun-fading in patterns suggesting it had books stacked on top of it. Interior, however, is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a good copy.
A History and Register, and Alphabetical List of the Professions, Trades, and other Business Pursuits of each Town, under which Headings the Names, belonging to each Village and Town, are Arranged Alphabetically. Boston:Dean Dudley. 1873. (12) +xx +206 (including a section 150a-150pp between page 150 and 151)+ 44 +(10)pp + folding map at title page. In very good, clean condition. Light wear to edges of boards with mild soiling. Gilt on spine still bright. Internally, previous owners name penciled to top of 1st fep and one signature almost loose, otherwise a very good clean copy.
(Owls Head, ME):Self-published. (1996). 114pp. Illustrated. Wrps. In very good, clean condition.
[n.p.]. ca:1962. 77pp. Wrps. Illustrated. In very good, clean condition. With signed card inserted, with the compliments of the author.
Cambridge and Philadelphia:American Friends Service Committee. (1978). 26pp + 5 appendixs pp.9,29,13,2+21. Wrps. Covers lightly soiled, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
RESIDENT AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF BOURNE, FALMOUTH AND SANDWICH, MASSACHUSETTS. 1900. Containing a Complete Resident, Street and Business Directory, Town Officers, Schools, Societies, Churches, Post-offices.
Hopkinton, MA: A. E. Foss and Co. 1900. 207pp. Hardcover. Boards worn and soiled. Pages relatively clean save for 1 with pencil scribbling. Hinges cracked, both front and rear, but binding still tight. Overall, a better than good copy.
Falmouth, MA:Independent Press. 1895. 116pp. 1st editiion. Hardcover. Ex-library, with large bookplate to inside front board (name of library scratched out), a label on spine with numbers, a couple numbers to dedication page and remains of something removed on inside rear board. Aside from library markings, a very good, clean copy. Blue-green boards just lightly soiled with a hint of mottling to boards. Internally, end-pages, front and rear, have a bit of foxing but are otherwise clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *Duck hunting on Cape Cod. Scarce.
THE BUILDING OF THE CAPE COD CANAL 1627-1914, based on a dissertation by William James Reid for the Boston University Graduate School
Privately Printed; 1961. xv+131pp. Hardover, no dj. First Edition. lllustrated with fold out map and b/w photographs. VG+ condition, clean and tight, inside and out. Green cloth, gilt; boards very lightly rubbed. "Three hundred years of dreams have culminated in this picture (the gray superstructure of the Sagamore Bridge over the Cape Cod Canal) ...the practical factors of national defense and world trade have given it a deeper significance to those who know its history. In its story the dreamers are many; the doers are two - August Belmont and the United States Army Corps of Engineers; but all have their place in making the dream of a Cape Cod Canal come true."
Waltham, MA:Published by the Author. (1973). xii+147+(3)pp index. Illustrated. Wrps. Covers lightly soiled, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
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