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#22: WICOMICO COUNTY (SALISBURY). Prepared By The Maryland Historical Records Survey Project, Division of Professional and Service Projects, W.P.A.
Baltimore:Maryland Historical Records Survey Project. (1940). 222pp. Wrps. A very good copy.
#6. CARROLL COUNTY (WESTMINSTER). Prepared By The Maryland Historical Records Survey Project, Division of Professional and Service Projects, W.P.A.
Baltimore:The Maryland Historical Records Survey Project. (1940). 273pp. Wrps. A very good copy.
NY: Duell, Sloan and Pearce. (1947). 326pp. Hard-bound with dust-jacket. A very good, tight, clean copy. Dust-wrapper frayed at edges. Warm inscription to Larry Henderson, an assistant to Sen. Ralph Flanders, signed by Kefauver and Levin. S012.
Washington: Headquarters U. S. Marine Corps. 1981. 60pp. Illus. Soft Cover. A023.
Madison:State Historical Society of Wisconsin. 1954. 226pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges and spine with soiling to the covers and some mild silversfish damage at some points along the edges. Book itself shows some light shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy. FB033
Newburyport:C. B. Huse, Pr. 1893. 12pp. Stapled wrps. Light soiling on cover and some edges turned, otherwise, a very good copy.
256pp. Illus. Stiff wrappers. During the Civil War Livermore provided 233 men in the service of the Union, of whom, 55 were killed in action. An interesting street by street, house by house, business by business account of Livermore. S008.
NY:Harper and Brothers. 1902. 5 Vol. Illustrated with portraits, maps, facsimiles, rare prints, contemporary views etc... Red Ex-lib stamp (from a retirement home) on each title page, otherwise a very good set.
A HISTORY OF THE NEW YORK IROQUOIS, NOW COMMONLY CALLED THE SIX NATIONS. In New York State Museum Bullein 78 Archeology 9.
Albany, NY:New York State Education Department. 1905. 461pp. Illustrated with 17 plates in rear and folding map in front cover. The front hinge is cracked at the title page, but the binding is tight and otherwise is in very good condition. S016.
A HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF FRANKLIN, MASS., FROM ITS SETTLEMENT TO THE COMPLETION OF ITS FIRST CENTURY, 2ND. MARCH, 1878.; WITH GENEALOGICAL NOTICES OF ITS EARLIEST FAMILIES,.....
Franklin, Mass.:1879. 2889pp. + errata slip, tipped-in. Extensively illustrated. Ex-lib. copy. Library plate pasted down inside front biding; small library name and release stamp in title pages; and small library name stamp at base of page 279. Otherwise an excellent copy.
Middletown, CT:Wesleyan University Press. (1970) 206pp. With dust jacket. 1st. ed. Aside from some age-toning to the end pages, a very good,clean copy. Price clipped dust jacket in very good condition as well
Lexington, Virginia: McClure Press. (1974). 86 pp. Contains photographs. Hardcover. No dust jacket. Cover has some light soiling (difficult to see against the deep blue of the cover) but is otherwise in very good condition. The inside is very clean with no markings. Title page is signed by the editor to "the Brownie Browns."
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. (1984). 274 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. The dust jacket has light shelf-wear with a chip to the top front edge, and the book has a bit of dust residue to the top edge, else they are in very good condition. Interior is clean and free of stray markings but with the lower edges, middle of the book, affected by being jammed with something. All in all, a very good copy.
Minneapolis:University of Minnesota Press. 1950. Two volumes. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jackets of both volumes are lightly worn with some fraying along the edges with several small chips and tears. Both books themselves show only some light shelf-wear. Interiors are clean and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good set.
NY:Simon and Schuster, Inc. (1989). 419pp. Wrps. A very good copy. S005
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