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New York: Literature Distributors. (1934). 23 pp. Self wrappers. Cover and pages show significant aging. Cover becoming detached from the staples that hold the book together. Pages slightly brittle. Otherwise in good condition.
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.
Reminisences of San Francisco and the Northern and Southern Mines, 1849-1857. Edited by Dale L. Morgan. Stoughton: 1970. 390pp.
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.
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.
Columbia, S. C.: Historical Commission of South Carolina. 1946. 38pp. Hard bound. A fine copy. S083.
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