Georgia: The Georgia Historical Society, (1980). Reprint. Octavo. 436pp. Very good with a date stamp on the front free endpaper, foxing on the page edges, and some bumping on the corners. This was the last census before the Civil War, and also the last to separately list free citizens and slaves.
Jersey City, N.J. Free Public Library, 1945. First edition. Stapled self-wrappers. 8pp. Near fine. A list of books about Lincoln in the library. Scarce.
Charlottesville, Virginia: The association, 1929. First edition. Oblong 12mo. 31pp. Original printed wrappers, stapled. Owner's name penned on title, else very good. Prints the texts of Civil War battlefield markers placed in the western Virginia theater. OCLC locates six copies.
(Chicago): Nashville Chattanooga St. Louis Ry. and Western & Atlantic R.R./ (Poole Bros., Inc.), (1928). Small octavo. 63, pp. Embossed illustrated colored wrappers. Modest edge wear on the slightly yapped wrappers, a handsome, very good or better copy of this souvenir brochure.
New York: S.C. Rickards & Co., 1863 or 1864. Illustrated broadside. Approximately 13.25" x 19". Old folds, very short tears in the margins, a couple of tiny holes and foxing, very good. Advertising broadside for a department store printed in five columns and including a calendar for 1864 includes illustrations...
Gettysburg, PA: Geo. W. Buohl, 1936. First edition. 36 panel folding promotional for the battlefield, describing the action and illustrated with monuments and other scenes from the area, folded to narrow octavo; verso prints a map, 26 1/2 x 24 inches, of the town and battlefield, with a key to...
West Englewood, N.J. Service Armament Co., (1957). Octavo. pp., illustrated. Stapled illustrated wrappers. Upper margin roughly opened, very good. Catalogue offering four 19th Century Gatling Guns and 17 cannons, ranging from Civil War era to the 20th century, along with some accessories. [With] three photographs (5.25" x 9", circa 1960;...
Alexandria, Virginia: Time-Life, (1986). Second printing revised. Part of the Time-Life Civil War set. Fine in decorated boards.
Richmond, Virginia: The Confederate Museum, [circa 1910]. First edition. Folded pamphlet. Illustrated. Creasing, chips, and toning thus good only.
(New York: The Evening Post Job)Printing Office, 1915. First edition. Octavo. 90pp., one plate. Stapled printed wrappers. Stain on front wrap, else very good. OCLC locates seven copies.
(Washington, D.C. United States Department of the Interior/National Park Service, 1957. Reprint. Tri-fold pamphlet. Fine.
Philadelphia: Crissy & Markley, Printers, 1864. First edition. Octavo. 32pp. Stitched and printed self-wrappers. Small ink spots on front wrap, modest wear at the extremities especially along the ends of the spine, and creases at the bottom corner of the pages, overall about very good. A fascinating catalog of military relics.
Alexandria, Virginia: Time Life Books, (1991). First editions. Three volumes. Fine in simulated leather with cloth covered boards on two volumes, third volume is all simulated leather. All three volumes are housed in a near fine slipcase with two seams that have one inch tears.
Tallahassee. Fla. Edw. M. Cheney, State Printer, 1869. Printed tan wrappers. 61pp. Unopened. Slight age-toning, else fine. OCLC locates two copies, both in the Midwest.
[Circa 1875]. Four black and white photographs, each measuring 6.75" x 4.5", mounted on stiff cardboard, measuring 6.5" x 5.5", with three holes in the left margins indicating they might once have been contained in a photo album. Two of the photos are somewhat faded at the edges, the mounts...
Tallahassee. Fla. Charles H. Walton, State Printer, 1871. Printed tan wrappers. 60pp. Unopened. Slight age-toning, and tiny tears to the wrappers, else very near fine. OCLC locates a single copy.
Chicago, Ill. Clarke & Co., (1864). First edition. 12mo. Quarter cloth and printed glazed green papercovered boards. 75pp. of text., illustrations, LACKS THE MAP (except for a small stub). Moderately worn otherwise about very good. Still scarce: OCLC locates three copies (presumably with the map).
(Philadelphia: U.S. Christian Commission, 1862). 16mo. Unprinted wrappers, with canvas tape spine. 12pp. Light wear, near fine. Brief instructions for delegates to minister to the health and religion of soldiers on the battlefield, and in camp. OCLC locates two copies.
Toledo: 1890. One printed stiff card leaf folded to make four beveled-edge pages, with ribbon tied on first page. Small ribbon offset on third page, else near fine. Invitation to the reunion.
Jacksonville, Fla. The Florida Publishing Co., 1914. "Jacksonville in 1914" edition. Large portfolio. Quarter cloth and Illustrated paper-covered cardboard covers. With a printed title leaf and five issues stapled together inside the portfolio (pp. 24, 24, 32, 24, 24). A complete set of all five issues published on Wednesday, May...
Contemporary newspaper clipping listing the names of those killed and wounded from the 104th Pennsylvania Regiment. Folded twice and slightly discolored, else near fine.
Published for exclusive distribution, 1973. Limited edition. This is number 4 of fifty copies printed for distribution to the friends of Louis and Lena Braverman. Top page edges unopened, fine in an about fine slipcase. The Civil War weary, but tenacious President made his speech a little more than a....
Hagerstown, Maryland: Maryland Civil War Centennial Commission, 1965. 64pp. White pictorial wrappers, stapled. Title lightly foxed, else very good.
Utica, New York: Ellis H. Roberts, 1862. First edition. Octavo. 230pp. Blue morocco framed with a thin gilt triple rule, gilt inner dentelles, gilt title and rules between raised bands on spine, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Eight engraved portrait plates. Fine. Prints addresses delivered at the celebration, including an...
Jefferson County Camp U.C.V. Farmers Advocate Print, 1911. First edition. Octavo. 43pp., map at rear. Stiff gray cloth boards gilt. Very good with contemporary ownership name in pencil, very modest edge wear and small chip and tear on front blank. Very scarce.