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Stanford, California: Stanford University Press. (1985). 247 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. No dust jacket. Book shows light wear but otherwise in very good condition. Inside is bright, clean and free of markings. All in all, a near fine copy.
Baltimore:(Maryland Historical Society). 1876. 315pp. Wrps. Original printed grey wrps., lightly soiled and chipped at edges, with some wear to spine strip. Pages clean and bright and for the most part, uncut. No previous owners signatures. In very good condition.
NY:Simon & Schuster. 1955. 334pp. With dust jacket. A very good copy.
A FINE COPY.
Philadelphia: William J. Campbell. 1910. 494pp. Hard bound. Index has a two inch wide column stained by an old newspaper clipping, otherwise book is a very good to fine, tight, clean copy.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. (1968). 268 pp. Includes map. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket has a significant portion torn off from the front. Shows some shelf wear. Book itself is in very good condition. Inside is clean, bright, and free of marks. A very good, clean copy.
Cambridge, Massachusetts:Harvard University Press. 1948. 511pp. Hardcover. Illustrated. Binding is lightly worn with some minor water staining at the top edge of the front board. Spine is moderately sun-faded. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though the pages do show some light age-toning.
Italy:Cassa di Risparmi d Depositi di Prato. 1983. 3 vols. 585pp; 702pp; 623pp. Illustrated. With dust jackets. Vol.1 has had the first free fly-leaf removed. Vols 2 and 3 have the editor's signature and date on the first free fly-leaf. Otherwise the books are clean and bright as are the dust jackets. A very good set. *These pages in large part recount Massei's life as a citizen of Virginia in the years 1773-1785. Subject was an active participant in the American Revolution; served as Virginia's agent in Europe in 1779; on his return to Europe in 1785 was active in support of Poland during its struggle against a Russian invasion preceding the second partition of the Polish Republic.
np:Metal Polishers, Buffers, Platres, Brass and Silver Workers' Union of North America. 1913. 63 un-numbered pages. Illus. Oblong. Soft cover. String tied binding. A very good copy.
Hartford, Connecticut: (Belmont D. Scofield). 1936. 30 pp. Illustrated. Softcover. Wraps show light wear at edges but are otherwise clean. Inside is bright, clean and free of marks. A very good, clean copy.
Plymouth Chamber of Commerce. 1935. (Pagination absent). Illustrated. Extensive advertisements. An excellent copy.
Idaho: Coeur d'Alene. 1967. 372 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket in fair condition with some significant wear and tearing along the edges with staining to the rear. It has since been protected by a plastic cover. Rear flap is detached and tucked in the back. Interior is clean with no errant markings to speak of.
PIPES AND SMOKING CUSTOMS OF THE AMERICAN ABORIGINES BASED ON MATERIAL IN THE U. S. NATIONAL MUSEUM. In Smithsonian Institutions ANNUAL REPORTS, 1897.
Washington:Government Printing Office. 1899. 1021pp. Illustrated. The McGuire essay, pgs. 351-647. Also includes Thomas Wilson's ARROWPOINTS, SPEARHEADS, AND KNIVES OF PREHISTORIC TIMES, pgs. 811-988. Plus (4) other essays. Some very light fixing and light aging of paper; otherwise, a very good, tight, clean, copy.
PLYMOUTH. An Illustrated Description of the Points of Civil, Natural and Historical Interest in the town made famous by the Landing of the Pilgrims.
27pp. Illustrated. Wrps. An excellent copy.
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