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Cambridge:Browne & Nichols School. 1919-1923. Vols. 11-14. Bound. Issue monthly during the school year by the pupils of Browne & Nichols School, Cambridge. Some light water stains at top front edge; also, spine cloth shows some light water stain. Otherwise a very good, tight and clean copy.
(Worcester Press):(Commonwealth Press). (1974). 153pp. Illus. Oversize paperback. Illus. Binding shows moderate wear and creasing. Internally very good. Pictorial history of Wellesley College and the town of Wellesley. Illustrations extensively annotated.
Hartford, Ct:(Hartford Business College). nd ca:1896. 44pp. Illustrated with photographs. Softcover. Beige covers lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges with edge points starting to curl, otherwise a very good, clean copy. *First established in 1860 as a link in the "Bryant and Stratton Chain", it changed leadership several times and eventually Mr. E. H. Morse became a principal of the business practice department, afterwards partner, and later sole proprietor. This catalogue includes general information, course of training, and expenses.
(Boston, MA):(George E. Crosby Company). (1913). 1st edition. 140pp+4pp ads. Illustrated, with folding map. Hardcover. Green boards lightly rubbed and soiled with some shelfwear to edges. Spine ends gently worn, with fraying to bottom edge. Page edges lightly soiled. Internally, a very good, clean copy, free of previous owners marks or signatures.
Tallahassee, FL:Florida State University. 1964. xi+185pp. Hardcover. Light shelfware to spine ends but otherwise a very good, clean copy, inside and out.
New York: Philosophical Library. (1947). xxii+346pp. Both book and dust jacket in very good, clean condition.
Translated by Elichi Kiyooka. With an Introduction by Shinzo Koizumi. Tokyo:The Hokuseido Press. (1948). 380pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn and age-toned, with several small chips and tears to the edges and spine. Also some light soiling to the covers. Book itself is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is some age-toning to the pages throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
THE COLLEGE FRESHMAN'S DON'T BOOK. In the Interest of Freshmen at Large, Especially Those Whose Remaining at Large Uninstructed and Unguided Appears A Worry and A Menace to College and University Society These Remarks Are Set Forth
San Francisco:Paul Elder and Company, Publisher. (1910). 42pp. Illustrated by Charles Frank Ingerson. Decorations and Initials by Raymond Carter. Hardcover. Blue boards with beige textured spine soiled, with bottom edge points worn to boards. Internally, end pages age-toned with a large previous owners bookplate to 1st free flyleaf, otherwise aside from slight aging to paper, a very good clean copy. The binding is tight and hinges intact.
Boston:Houghton Mifflin Company. 1910. x+462pp. 2nd impression. Illustrated. Signed by Author on the 1st free end-page. Hardcover. In very good, clean condition. Blue binding slightly soiled and shelf-worn with spine ends starting to fray. Only signature is that of the author, with two greek letters and the date of her graduation from Mt. Holyoke (1902). From Wikipedia..."Mary Lyon was an American pioneer in women's education. She established the Wheaton Female Seminary in Norton Massachusetts (now Wheaton College) in 1834. She then established Mount Holyoke Female Seminary (now Mt. Holyoke College) in South Hadley Massachusetts in 1837, and served as it's first President for 12 years."
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