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Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc. 1935. 78 pp. Wraps. Covers worn at the edges and spine. Front has a crease down the length, also has some liquid staining towards the bottom edge. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
Boston:Houghton Mifflin Company. 1937. 570pp. Ex-library. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Front cover of missing jacket pasted down inside of rear binding. Binding shows some light shelf-wear to the edges and spine ends, with mild fading to the spine and soiling to the coers. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for a library book-plate pasted onto the inside-front board.
New York:Alfred A. Knopf. 1963. 317pp. A very good clean hardcover without a dust jacket. S016.
130pp. pp. adv. Ex-library copy. Shelf label at base of spine and library book-plate pasted down inside front cover. Altogether a very good copy. S003.
Harrisonburg, Va.: C. J. Carrier Company. 1973. 419pp. Hard bound. Reprint of original edition. A very good to fine copy. S003.
(np): The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. (1946). 75pp. Hardcover. One of one hundred privately printed and (supposedly) numbered copies, though this particular copy isn't numbered. Binding is lightly shelf-worn with some faint soiling to the covers. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a fine copy.
117pp. Bound in buckram with original wrappers. A v.g. copy.
HISTORY OF MORRIS COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PROMINENT CITIZENS AND PIONEERS.
407pp. Illus. Soft-cover. Internally a very good, tight copy. Externally, some coffee has spilled at the top of front cover and tip of the pages at the top. Taken together a very satisfactory copy. Third printing of this 1882 classic, originally printed by W. Munsell of New York. A005.
Baltimore: Regional Publishing Company. 1977. 364 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Reprint of 1932 edition. Boards are clean with only some very minor fading to the spine, though gilt remains bright. Interior is clean and free of markings. All in all, a very good, bright and clean copy.
HISTORY OF THE CAMPAIGN FOR THE CONQUEST OF CANADA IN 1776, FROM THE DEATH OF MONTGOMERY TO THE RETREAT OF THE BRITISH ARMY UNDER SIR GUY CARLETON.
Philadelphia:Porter & Coates. 1882. 234pp. Illus. Ex-library copy. Small library plate pasted-down inside front cover; small discreet library stamp on corner of various illustrations and title-page; light fixing on margins of front-piece; otherwise a very good, clean, tight copy.
NY:Kennard and Hay Stationery M'fg and Printing Co. 1874. 568pp. Illustrated. 1/4 leather. Leather rubbed at seams and worn at edges. Marbled end-pages. Several previous owners penciled notes on verso of 1st and 2nd free end-page, else clean and bright. A good, tight copy.
HISTORY OF THE FORTIETH (MOZART) REGIMENT, NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS, WHICH WAS COMPOSED OF FOUR COMPANIES FROM NEW YORK, FOUR COMPANIES FROM MASSACHUSETTS AND TWO COMPANIES FROM PENNSYLVANIA.
Boston: F. H. Gilson Company. 1909. 469pp. Hardcover. No dust jacket. In very good, clean condition. The external boards are lightly soiled and there is a library No. on spine however no other stamps or markings were found inside. *This volume contains the individual army record of nearly three thousand volunteers whose names are borne upon the muster-rolls of the regiment. It relates the story of the numerous battles and skirmishes in which the regiment participated, and traces the routes of its extensive and laborious marches through Virginia during the four eventful years of the Civil War, from Bull Run to Appomattox. It also contains portraits and biographical sketches of the three Colonels who conducted its movements and controlled its destiny, and pictures of many Officers and enlisted men who were connected with the Regiment and who shared in its glorious achievements and exalted renown. The history is also interspersed with incidents and events which happened during the prolonged and distinguished service of this noted organization, and which entered into and formed a part of its remarkable military record. S057.
[Boston]:1945. 171pp. An very good copy. Copy of former owners "Official Identity Card' tipped in. Previous owner's name inked -in. He was Chairman, Blackout Committee for the Commonwealth.
HISTORY OF WALLINGFORD, CONN. FROM ITS SETTLEMENT IN 1670 TO THE PRESENT TIME, INCLUDING MERIDEN, WHICH WAS ONE OF ITS PARISHES UNTIL 1806, AND CHESHIRE, WHICH WAS INCORPORATED IN 1780.
Meriden, Connecticut: Self published (C.H.S. Davis). 1870. 956 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards show some fraying along edges, notably around the spine. Some very light soiling but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, save for a small signature of a previous owner. Pages show only light aging and are very clean.
Comprising Anecdotical, Personal, and Descriptive Sketches. New York:G.P. Putnam. 1853. 367pp. Extensively illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is shelf-worn with some small chips to small pieces of covers, exposing the board. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for what looks to be a small ownership sticker pasted to the inside front board. Otherwise there is only some light foxing to the first few end-papers. Overall, a very good copy.
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