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NY:Hunt & Eaton. 1895. 614pp. Illus. Hard bound. A fine, tight, clean copy.Attractive gilt embossed front cover with rifle-manned individual sitting on a camel scanning the horizon.
Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company. (1936). 254 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Jacket shows fraying and some tearing along the edges. Front and rear are lightly soiled. Book itself shows only some minor shelf wear. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. All in all, a very good, clean copy.
-THE DIARY OF HENRY TEONGE. CHAPLAIN ON BOARD H. M.'S SHIPS ASSISTANCE, BRISTOL AND ROYAL OAK 1675-1679
Transcribed from the original manuscript and edited with an introduction and notes by...New York:Harper and Brothers. (1927). x+318pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book has a previous owners name, address, and date penned to the 1st fep, otherwise, a very good, clean copy. The dust jacket is soiled andshelf-worn with wear to edges and small tears and chipping to spine edges. *The Broadway Travellers Series.
New York:Mahlon Day and Co. 1840. 1st edition. 203pp. Hardcover, Green boards with design embossed on covers, with title in gilt to spine. Boards lightly rubbed and shelf-worn, with edge points worn to boards. Both ends of the spine are chipped and worn to boards. Internally, a previous owners inscription is inked to the 2nd free end-page but otherwise, a very good, clean copy. Pages are clean and bright with no foxing or age-toning. Sabin #29309
New York: American Geographical Society. 1941. Illustrated, photographs by Mary Light. xv+228pp. Book in very good, clean condition with a good dust jacket, still in one piece but worn with small chips and tears to edges and seams.
With a foreword by Field Marshal Viscount Allenby. New York:Lee Furman, Inc. (1935). 386pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is lightly shelf-worn with some minor soiling to the boards. Spine is lightly faded. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is a touch of age-toning to the pages throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Boston:Little Brown and Company. 1885. 180pp+12pp. Illustrated with maps and portraits. Hardcover. Green boards lightly soiled and rear board has a bit of air in spots between the cloth and the board and a pinprick along the spine gutter midway down. The gilt and decorations on the front cover and spine are still bright and the edge points are still sharp. Internally, a gift card is glued to the first free end-page, with an inscription, otherwise the pages are clean and bright. A very good, bright copy.
Boston:Houghton, Osgood, and Company. 1880. 360pp + errata. 1st edition. Signed by author. Green boards very lightly shelf-worn with a bit of mottling to the rear cover and chipping/fraying to spine ends. Internally, the second free end-page has a gift inscription on the top of the page and is signed and inscribed by the author on the bottom half of the page. Otherwise the pages are clean and bright. The binding is tight and the hinges still intact. Overall, a very good, clean and bright copy, signed by the author. *The author was a former Chief Justice of Illinois, and the book is comprised of essays compiled from his travels during his retirement, including chapters on Hawaii and Cuba.
Glasgow:Thomas Murray. (1868). 132pp with 22pp advertisements. Illustrated. Softcover. Internally a very good copy. Illustrations are all bright. Binding shows wear at the edges. Rather than water or coffee stains, there are a few droppings of melting candles on front cover suggesting a contemporary use before the advent of electricity. Overall, this is a very good copy.
RAND MCNALLY AND CO.'S NEW GUIDE TO THE PACIFIC COAST, SANTE FE ROUTE. California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas.
Chicago:Rand McNally & Company, Publishers. 1893. 212pp. With fold-out map. Illustrated. In very good, clean condition. The only prior ownership mark is a round blue stamp of the R. R. N. Co. of L.A. on the first free end-page. Otherwise the pages are clean and bright. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The fold-out map of United States is in very good condition. The maroon boards are in very good condition with just hints of shelf-wear. Gilt still bright on cover and spine. A very good copy.
New York:Oxford University Press. 1928. 117pp. teg. Now first printed from the original MS. and edited by Ryllis Clair Alexander. With illustrations and collotype facsimilies of the MS. No. 13 of a limited editon of 575 copies. Vellum spine and marbled boards lightly soiled. Interior pages clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures. A very good copy.
THE DIARY OF HENRY TEONGE. CHAPLAIN ON BOARD H. M.'S SHIPS ASSISTANCE, BRISTOL AND ROYAL OAK 1675-1679
Transcribed from the original manuscript and edited with an introduction and notes by.... New York:Harper and Brothers. (1927). x + 318pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Aside from a previous owners name, address and date penned to the 1st free flyleaf, a very good, clean and bright copy. The dust jacket is soiled and shelfworn, with several small tears and chipping to the spine edges, top and bottom. *The Broadway Travellers Series
New York:Harper & Brothers Publishers. 1904. 567pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Lacks map. Jacket is significantly worn at the edges and spine with many chips and a few small tears. There is a small piece missing at the top left corner of the front cover, extending across the spine. There is also another small piece missing from the top edge of the rear cover. Jacket is also slightly brittle with some light soiling. Binding, however, is in very good condition with only some mild fading where the jacket is torn. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is a touch of age-toning to the pages throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy with a fair dust jacket.
Kansas City, MO:Fred Harvey. 1914. No pagination. With cover illustration and 33 illustrations from hand tinted photographs and paintings. Softcover, tied with a cord. A very good to near fine copy. *A promotional brochere on the American Southwest, published by the Fred Harvey Company. The partnership of the Santa Fe railroad and the Fred Harvey Company, with it's hotels, restaurants, and shops first mobilized the tourist industry in the southwest.
New York:Harcourt Brace and Company. (1956). 204pp. 1st american edition. Illustrated with photographs and folding map. In very good, clean condition with a very good, price clipped dust jacket. The dust jacket is lightly soiled, rubbed and worn at edges with several small chips and tears. *An account of a single journey in a sailing yacht along the Asia Minor coast of present day Turkey.
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