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Boston: The Sparrell Print. 1905. 148pp. Illus. One of 500 numbered copies. Ends of spine worn, otherwise a very good tight clean copy.
Boston:A. Williams and Company. 1881. 99pp. Hardcover. 1st edition. With 2 mounted albumen photographs tipped in. (Plymouth Rock and Canopy and Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth). Green decorated boards, rubbed and lightly soiled with wear to edges but gilt still bright on spine. Internally, save for some general age-toning, a very good, tight, clean copy.
Provincetown:Peaked Hills Press. (1975). 220pp. Wrps. Contains 8 pages of advertisements of contributors to this republication. Fine copy. Y016.
A delightful collection of reliable recipes, folk history, and local color by Cape Cod's best-known and most-admired chef. . Sixth printing . 279pp. Wrps. A very good copy. Cover has residue of an old sticker on upper right hand corner; as well as mild shelf wear. Internally, the pages are clean and bright with no previous signatures. It does not look like it was ever used. A very good copy.
Vicksburg, MI:Coastal Engineering Research Center. 1989. 164pp. Stapled reproduction. Very good. On January 2, 1987, during a severe northeast storm occurring together with a perigean spring tide, Nauset Beach was breached at a point directly east of Chatham Light. The US Army Engineer Waterways Research Center, and Coastal Engineering Research Center was requested to provide technical assistance to the US Army Engineer Division, New England, after a reconnaissance study of coastal processes in the vicinity of the break. The purpose of the study was to determine the initial impacts of the breach on the Chatham Tidal inlet system
23pp. Hard bound. Autographed by author on title page. A very good, tight clean copy.
RING AROUND THE PUNCH BOWL. The Story of the Beebe Woods in Falmouth on Cape Cod. Photography by John Brock Lane. Introduction by Robert Finch
Taunton:William S. Sullwold Publishing, Inc. (1976). 348pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is lightly shelf-worn with mild warping to the boards. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for some minor silverfish damage to the first free end-paper and inside-front board. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB015
Naples, Fl.:Harmon-Meek Gallery. 1995. 56pp. Illustrated in color and black/white. Oblong. Wrps. A very good to near fine copy. Just a hint of shelf-wear to covers and old price sticker/residue to left corner, back cover.
Illus. by Edward and Marcia Norman. Chatham:Chatham Press, Inc. (1969). 212pp. With dust jacket. A fine copy.
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company. 1902. 145pp. 1st Edition. A very good, clean and bright copy. The front board has one small scratch on the spine edge, and light shelf-wear to the edges, but otherwise the boards are clean and the gilt is bright. Internally a previous owners name is written on the first free end-page, otherwise the pages are clean and bright. Top edges are gilt. A very good copy.
31pp. Illus. Wrps. A very good copy. With an introduction by Dorothea D. Allen entitled OLD CHATHAM HOMES.
183pp. Stiff wrps. A fine copy. The twenty-four essays in this book concentrate on the Cape and Islands special places; small areas owned and managed by town conservation commissions or private conservation trusts. Robert Finch is everyman's naturalist according to TIME magazine.
Philadelphia, PA: The Penn Publishing Company. (1936). 1st edition. 303pp. The boards have some mottling to the spine strip and a very slight amount on the front cover edges. Internally, aside from some browning to end-papers, and a previous owners name in pencil on the first free end-page, a very good clean copy.
650pp. Wrps. A fine copy.
Yarmouthport, Ma.: C. W. Swift. 1912. pp. Soft cover. Fine copy. Y016.
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