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(New York):The New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company; The New England Steamship Company. (1923). No pagination. Illustrated, with map attached to rear cover. Stapled wrps. Covers soiled with shelf-wear and creases to page edges. Internally, no previous owners marks or signatures. Light soiling scattered throughout as well as creases to page corners. Overall, a very good copy.
New York:G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1914. 1st edition. xiii+389pp. Illustrated, with map at end. Hardcover. Blue boards soiled, rubbed and shelfworn, with light wear along edges, spine ends and edge points. Top edges gilt. Internally, end-pages age toned with a previous owners bookplate to inside front board, otherwise aside from light foxing to prelims, a very good, clean copy. The binding is tight and hinges intact.
New York:Coward McCann, Inc. (1933). 1st edition, stated. 289pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean conditon. Red boards clean and bright with light soiling to page edges. Internally, some age toning to end pages but otherwise pages clean and bright. The dust jacket is lightly soiled with light wear along edges, but otherwise in very good condition, now enclosed in brodart.
Yarmouthport, MA:n.p. 1971. 113pp. Stapled softcover. Covers lightly soiled and age-toned, with light wear along edges and bottom of spine strip bumped. Internally, end pages age-toned/lightly foxed, but clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. A very good, solid copy.
POPULATION AND RESOURCES OF CAPE COD. A Special Report in Recognition of the 300th Anniversary of the Settlement of New England
Boston:Wright and Potter Printing Company. 1922. 121pp. Illustrated, with folding map at end. Hardcover. Blue boards lightly soiled and shelfworn with gilt on spine and front cover dulled. Internally, endpages (front and rear) age-toned and foxed, with old damp stains to corners, which can be discerned throughout. With a stamp of previous owner to top of 1st free endpage. The binding is tight and hinges intact. Map in very good condition.
New Bedford, MA:Reynolds Printing. 1928. 85pp. 1st edition. Illustrated. Signed, with a long inscription by the author, on the top half of the 1st free end-page. Hardcover. Blue boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn, with an old damp stamp to the top spine edge of the front board and wear to spine ends and edge points to boards. Internally, aside from the inscription and a very occasional spot of foxing, a very good, clean copy
Cambridge and Philadelphia:American Friends Service Committee. (1978). 26pp + 5 appendixs pp.9,29,13,2+21. Wrps. Covers lightly soiled, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
RESIDENT AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF BOURNE, FALMOUTH AND SANDWICH, MASSACHUSETTS. 1900. Containing a Complete Resident, Street and Business Directory, Town Officers, Schools, Societies, Churches, Post-offices.
Hopkinton, MA: A. E. Foss and Co. 1900. 207pp. Hardcover. Boards worn and soiled. Pages relatively clean save for 1 with pencil scribbling. Hinges cracked, both front and rear, but binding still tight. Overall, a better than good copy.
New York:Samuel French Inc. 1930. 102pp. Illustrated with 3 photographs and stage plans. Stapled wrps. A very good, clean copy with just some slight age-toning to the first and last page and an old crease to the front cover along the hinge and the prince crossed off the spine stirp with black marker. Stored in a blue linen box with the title in gilt on the front cover and on the spine. *Adapted from the Joseph C. Lincoln novel SHAVINGS, published in 1918.
THE BUILDING OF THE CAPE COD CANAL 1627-1914, based on a dissertation by William James Reid for the Boston University Graduate School
Privately Printed; 1961. xv+131pp. Hardover, no dj. First Edition. lllustrated with fold out map and b/w photographs. VG+ condition, clean and tight, inside and out. Green cloth, gilt; boards very lightly rubbed. "Three hundred years of dreams have culminated in this picture (the gray superstructure of the Sagamore Bridge over the Cape Cod Canal) ...the practical factors of national defense and world trade have given it a deeper significance to those who know its history. In its story the dreamers are many; the doers are two - August Belmont and the United States Army Corps of Engineers; but all have their place in making the dream of a Cape Cod Canal come true."
Waltham, MA:Published by the Author. (1973). xii+147+(3)pp index. Illustrated. Wrps. Covers lightly soiled, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
THE HAMLINS OF NEW ENGLAND. DESCENDENTS OF JAMES AND ANNA HAMLIN BARNSTABLE COUNTY MASSACHSETTS 1639-1936
Privately Printed (by the Mosher Press, Portland Maine). 1936.1st edition. 65pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Red boards lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges. Gilt on spine slightly dulled. Internally, end pages age toned, with a local historical society bookplate to inside front board as well as a previous owners name/date inked to 1st free endpage. Otherwise pages clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good copy.
THE HISTORY OF NANTUCKET. BEING A COMPENDIOUS ACCOUNT OF THE FIRST SETTLEMENT OF THE ISLAND BY THE ENGLISH TOGETHER WITH THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE WHALE FISHERY; AND OTHER HISTORICAL FACTS RELATIVE TO SAID ISLAND AND ITS INHABITANTS. In Two Parts.
With a Concise Statement of Prominent Events From 1835-1880 by William C. Macy. Mansfield:Macy and Pratt. 1880. 2nd edition. 213pp. Illustrated with map as frontispiece and whale print. Hardcover. Green boards soiled and shelfworn along edges and spine ends worn with some chipping. Edge points bumped and worn to boards. Internally, end pages age toned but free of previous owners marks or signatures. Pages throughout are clean but darkened with age. The binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall, a very good solid copy.
(Burlington, VT):Verve Editions. (1999). 1st edition, signed by the author on the verso of the 1st free end-page. 64pp. Illustrated by the author. Hardcover with dust jacket. A fine copy with a fine dust jacket. *This colorful book is an endearing visual description of one of the nation's most eclectic towns by a resident whose specialty is humorous art--a medium that actually does justice to Provincetown. It's filled with inside jokes (the man who applauded for hours at nothing; the harbormaster who dived off the wharf after his false teeth, which fell out when he was arguing with some tourists), and gossip about the celebrities who have lived in P'town (Sinclair Lewis, Tennessee Williams, Jackson Pollock, Norman Mailer). The History of Provincetown is dedicated "to those who came, couldn't park, and left." -- Boston Magazine, June 1999
THE PILGRIM SPIRIT. A Pageant in Celebration of the Tercentenary of the Landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, Massachusetts December 21, 1620.
Boston:Marshall Jones Company. (1921). 1st edition. 136pp+3pp ads. Hardcover with dust jacket. Gray boards clean and bright with just light soiling to top page edges. Internally, a bookseller ticket to lower inside edge of 1st free end page but otherwise no previous owners marks or signatures. A very good, clean copy inside and out. The dust jacket is in very good condition, but with light soiling and light wear to edges and folds. *Includes the first appearance of Robert Frost's poem "The Return Of The Pilgrims".
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