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LIFE AT PUGET SOUND WITH SKETCHES OF TRAVEL IN WASHINGTON TERRRITORY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, OREGON, AND CALIFORNIA 1865-1881.
Boston, MA: Lee and Shepard Publishers. 1884. 258pp. + (6)pp. adv. Although an ex-library copy, an excellent bright copy, with only a bookplate on inside front board and a small stamp on the title page. S005.
With a chapter HOW GOLDSMITH MAID AND DEXTER WERE TRAINED. Chicago:H. T. White. 1889. 450pp. In very good condition. S012.
312pp. Contains forty-two essays on a variety of Eastern languages. A very good copy. FB035
Sbornik prac z vedeckej konferencie v Smoleniciach od 30.10 do 1.11, 1966. Bratislava:Vyd. Slovenskej Aka. Vied. 1968. 373pp. S049. EASTERN EUROPE; SLAVIC LITERATURE; SOUTH SLAV LITERATURE; LINGUISTICS
A study of Violence, Unionism, and the Carnegie Steel Empire. N.Y.:Harper and Row, Publishers. . 297pp. 1st. edition Save for a previous owners last name stamped on first few and last few pages, a very good copy. S003.
132pp. With dust jacket. Jacket frayed at edges, otherwise a very good copy.ARCHITECTURE; ENGLAND; LONDON; HISTORY
208pp. Illus. With dust jacket. Small tears at edges sof dust jacket, otherwise a very good copy. TS002. GERMANY; BERLIN; PICTORIAL; INTER-WAR YEARS;
Seattle: University of Washington Press. (1979). 264 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket is clean and shows no readily identifiable signs of wear. Book itself is mark free and internally clean and bright. A fine copy.
474pp. Soft-cover. A v.g. copy.
470pp. With dust jacket. 1st. Amer. ed. Jacket frayed at edges, otherwise a very good copy. LITERATURE; FICTION; ENGLISH; MARITIME THEME; GRAHAM MASTERTON;
Minneapolis:Graduate School Research Center, University of Minnesota. (1966). 209pp. Illus. Wrps. Good, tight copy. Moderate shelfwear to cover and spine, including small tears. Otherwise, pages clean and bright with no markings from previous owners.
llus. by Anders John Haugseth. NY:E. P. Dutton. (1925). 209pp. No dust jacket. Corners of binding rubbed; previous owner's name covered with thin magic marker on first free flyleaf, and same names and address on stamp on title page (not crossed out); otherwise, a good tight copy. AMERICANA; NATIVE AMERICANS; DRAMA; LEGENDS
(Ozark, Missouri: Yates Publishing Co.). (1987). 724 pp. Softcover. #152 of 200. Spine edges are frayed and although still attached, could start to separate. Covers soiled and have edges missing (front) and frayed (rear). Internally, there are no previous owners' signatures; however, there are marks throughout the text (?'s and -'s, etc.).
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