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AN ECONOMIC BASE STUDY. RACINE, WISCONSIN.
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin. 1951. 97 pp. Illustrated with charts and graphs. Stapled wraps. Wraps show very light shelf wear but otherwise clean and in very good condition. Staples show significant rusting to the point where it is beginning to stain a few of the pages at the binding. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray marking. A very good copy.
$7.50
AN ORATION DELIVERED BEFORE THE KENTISH ARTILLERY AND CITIZENS OF APPONAUG, R.I. ON THE 78TH. ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, JULY 4, 1854.
Providence: George H. Whitney. 1854. 31 pp. Bound; 1/4 leather. Boards show some rubbing at edges and spine, but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean and free of stray marks. A very good copy.
$50.00
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF RAILROADS MADE TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1882.
Washington:Government Printing Office. 1882. 285pp. Boards lightly faded with light soiling, otherwise in very good condition. Internally, pages are clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures and just a touch of age-toning to end papers. A very good copy.
$45.00
APPENDIX TO DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF 1865. THE ASSASSINATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; AND THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF WILLIAM H. SEWARD, SECRETARY OF STATE, AND FREDERICK W. SEWARD, ASSISTANT SECRETARY. ON
Washington:Government Printing Office. 1866. 717pp. First edition. 1/4 leather over marbled boards. Leather worn and scuffed and boards lightly soiled. Moderate shelf-wear to all edges. Gilt on spine faded but still legible. Binding is tight and hinges are fine. First free end-page has been neatly excised. There is some mild foxing confined to end-pages. There are some old water stains on the outside edge of pages, running almost throughout the book, but usually very faint, most noticeable at the beginning and end. Overall, a near very good, tight copy.
$250.00
APPOINTMENT IN DALLAS. THE FINAL SOLUTION TO THE ASSASSINATION OF JFK.
(New York):The Hugh McDonald Publishing Corp. (1975). 223pp. Wraps. Covers show some wear at the edges and spine with a small tear (approximately an inch in length) at the bottom of the spine. Also shows some light soiling. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, save for a previous owner's signature inked on the title page and some age-toning to the pages throughout.
$7.50
ARTHUR DOBBS ESQUIRE. 1689-1765. SURVEYOR-GENERAL OF IRELAND. PROSPECTOR AND GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press. (1957). 232 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is soiled and worn and frayed to edges and spine with a tear at the top edge of the front by the spine and several other small chips. Binding is clean and shows only light shelf-wear. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Overall a very good copy.
$30.00
ARTISANS FOR INDEPENDENCE. Philadelphia Mechanics and the American Revolution.
(Syracuse):Syracuse University Press. 1975. 172pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Dust jacket is in very good condition, with some wear to the edges and mild soiling to the covers. Book itself is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB019
$20.00
ARTS, CRAFTS, AND ARCHITECTURE IN EARLY ILLINOIS
297pp. Illus. Oblong. Hard-bound, with dust jacket. Autographed by author. Internally a tight, clean copy. Previous owner's name in red ink at top corner of front fly-leaf. Dust jacket shows light wear at edges, and light soiling. S026.
$30.00
AUGUSTINE HEARD AND HIS FRIENDS.
120pp. Wrps. A tight copy. Wrapper chipped at several places, otherwise a v.g. copy. ST003. Augustine Heard was an American entrepreneur, businessman and trader, and founder of the Augustine Heard & Co. firm in China.
$15.00
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ENGLISH SOLDIER IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY. Edited by William H. Goetzmann.
Chicago: R. R. Donnelley. 1986. 354pp. Illus. Hard bound. Fine copy. Lakeside Classic #84. 
$20.00
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF N. T. HUBBARD WITH PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF NEW YORK CITY FROM 1798 TO 1875
New York: John F. Trow & Son. 1875. 245 pp + 1 engraving. Hardcover. Spine and edges of the boards are faded and lightly mottled. The gilt on the spine has faded but the gilt on the front board is bright. Otherwise the binding is tight and the interior is clean and bright with no previous marks or signatures. A very good clean copy.
$45.00
BLACKSTONE. BOSTON'S FIRST INHABITANT.
Boston: Rockwell & Churchill. (1877). 36pp. Soft cover. 1st. ed. Except for some light soiling of cover, a very good to fine, tight, clean copy. S057.
$30.00
BLENNERHASSETT ISLAND IN ROMANCE AND TRAGEDY.
Rutland:The Tuttle Publishing Co. (1936). 200pp. Hardcover. No jacket.  Binding is lightly worn at the endges and spine ends but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good, tight copy.
$25.00
BLOOD ON THE MOON
New York:Coward-McCann, Inc. (1931). 350pp. Hardcover. Covers are lightly soiled and show significant sun-fading to the spine and edges. Binding slightly cocked. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though the pages do show some age-toning to the edges. Overall, this is a very good copy.
$85.00
BONANZA RAILROADS
Stanford University, California: Stanford University Press. (1941). 148 pp. Illustrated. First edition. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Jacket shows some significant age tones, and is worn at the edges and spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy.
$28.50

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