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HUNGRY WATERS. THE STORY OF THE GREAT FLOOD. . Together with an account of Famous Floods of History and Plans for Flood Control and Prevention.
Philadelphia: Universal Book and Bible House. (1937). 321 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards show some soiling and minor wear to the spine edges. Spine is lightly sun-faded. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings save for a small previous owner's signature at the top of the first free end-paper. Overall a very good copy.
IF OUR EARTHLY HOUSE DISSOLVE. A STORY OF THE WETHERBY-HAGADORN FAMILY OF ALMOND, NEW YORK. Told from Their Diaries and Papers.
Almond, New York: (Helene C. Phelan). 1973. 367 pp + 35 pp. Illustrated. First edition. Stiff wraps. Binding is worn at the edges and spine and also lightly soiled. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings save for a small and brief inscription inked on the first free end-paper. All in all, this is a very good copy.
Philadelphia:J. B. Lippincott. 1920. 352pp. Illustrated. Previous owners bookplate on inside front board as well as inscription on first free end-page otherwise, a very good copy. S016
Reminisences of San Francisco and the Northern and Southern Mines, 1849-1857. Edited by Dale L. Morgan. Stoughton: 1970. 390pp.
Colorado Springs, CO:A. A. Walling and Martin Slaughter. (1901). 28 tipped-in photographs and one double-spread in the center fold with accompanying text. Soft-cover. Oblong. Attractive front-cover with oval photo pasted down. With string ties. Photos by Stevens, Harlan and others. A near fine copy with just the slightest bit of soiling to covers.
Caldwell:The Caxton Printers, Ltd. 1950. 429pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is significantly worn at the edges with lots of chipping and tearing and a few small pieces missing. Jacket also shows similar wear down the spine. Book itself, however, is only lightly shelf-worn. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though the pages do show some light age-toning.
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1910. 340pp. Hard bound. 1.4-leather. Spine is cracked at hinges, otherwise a very good, tight, clean copy despite the cracks. Senate Document, No. 380, 61st. Congress, 2nd session. S336.
Boston:Houghton Mifflin and Company. 1905. 377pp. Ex-library copy. Small library book-plate inside front cover; two small library stamps on corner of frontispiece and on t.p. Otherwise, a tight, very good copy. *American Statesmen. Second Series.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1942. 218 pp. Hardcover. Binding is lightly faded and worn at the edges and spine. Spine is sun-faded. Internally clean and free of stray markings, save for some sparse cataloging info penciled on the first free end-paper. All in all, this is a very good copy.
751pp. With dust-jacket. Fine copy. FIRST EDITION.
Saranac Lake:. 270pp. Illus. with chipped Dust Jacket . A very good copy. *One third of book are autobiographical recollections of Klondike gold rush. S002.
Edited by Dwight L. Smith. Chicago, IL:The Lakeside Press. 1969. 188pp. In very good condition. *An original manuscript published in the Lakeside Classics Series. S003.
Cambridge, MA:Harvard University Press. 1963. 337pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book is in very good condition; the dust jacket, although spine faded and price clipped, is also in very good condition. S013.
Philadelphia:University of Pennsylvania Press. (1965). 301pp. Ex-library. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket shows some light wear to the edges with mild soiling to the covers. Book itself is only gently shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, aside from several library stamps on the outside facing page edges and on the verso of the title page. Overall, though, a very good copy.
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