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Portland, Maine: The Provincial Press. (1985) 220pp. Illus. Soft cover. 1st. ed. Excellent copy.
New York: Oxford University Press. (1957). 283 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards show only light shelf wear. Some soiling to the front and rear. Internally clean with no stray markings. Several pages are dog-eared, but otherwise a very good, clean copy.
Harrisburg:Pa. Historical & Museum Commission. 1947. 576pp. Wrappers. A very good copy.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1973. 362 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket preserved in clear plastic wrapper. It shows some wear to the edges, with several small chips and a significant tear at the top rear edge. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy. S037.
487pp. *Harvard Guide to American History.
New York: Wallace Hebberd. (1929). 524 pp. Illustrated by Alson Clark. Hardcover. Boards show only minor signs of shelf wear. Gilt on spine lightly faded but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean and free of markings. A very good, clean copy.
Dedham, MA: The Dedham Transcript Printing and Publishing Co. (1908). 1st edition of 400 copies, however this is unnumbered. 57pp. Illustrated. External boards are in very good condition with just a hint of soiling. The first five pages have been clipped together (with a picture of Mr. Rudd), with a paper clip so have some rust residue. There is a previous owners name on the first free end-page. Otherwise a very good, clean copy.
Dedham:1869. 91pp. Wrps. A tight clean copy. Jacket however has a few chips. Relates the history of Dedham, Ma. participation in the Civil War. The first major group of volunteers was assigned to Gen. Fitz John Porter. The second major group of volunteers a year later was assigned to Gen. Burnside. The account covers their participation in a variety of campaigns through 1865. An appendix contains a roll of officers and men from or credited to the town of Dedham, who served in the Army or Navy of the United States during the War of the Rebellion. Not listed in Broadfoot's
The Letters from Mexico City to San Francisco, 1848-1851. Edited, with an intro. by George P. Hammond. [Denver]:1967. 116pp. Illus. One of 1250 copies.
DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE COLONIAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY. VOLUME XXIV. EXTRACTS FROM AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS, RELATING TO NEW JERSEY. VOL. V. 1762-1765
Paterson, New Jersey: The Call Printing and Publishing Company. 1902. xi+745pp. Ex-library copy. Hardcover. Binding is only lightly worn at the edges and spine. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Library name stamped on page edges. Otherwise, a very good, clean copy.
As Told to Frank G. Menke. NY:Smith and Durrell. (1945). 299pp. Hardcover in very good condition. Dust jacket in pieces. S010.
Reminiscences of Early Georgia and of Philadelphia and New Haven in the 1800's, Compiled, edited, and with an intro. by Delma Eugene Presley. Atlanta:Cherokee Publishing Company. 1976. 247pp. Signed by editor on first fly leaf. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition; dust jacket in near very good condition with light shelf-wear and small chips/tears to edges. S011.
285pp. A very good copy.
(Philadelphia): NP. (1904). 47 pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Binding is worn at the spine, with a small tear at the bottom, but wraps in otherwise very good condition. Interior is free of stray markings, though pages are beginning to show some aging. All in all, a very good, clean copy.
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