Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974. First edition. Printed wrappers. Three small rust stains on front wrap, thus very good. Discussions on the Bill H.R. 16902, to establish a commission to study rules and procedures for the disposition and preservation of records and documents of Federal officials. Also, An Act...
Washington, D.C. Jerusalem Baptist Church, 1993. First edition. Quarto. 113, pp. Illustrated from photographs. Glossy photo-illustrated boards. Small ink mark on front cover else fine.Fine. Elaborate anniversary book of a black church, printing a congratulatory letter from Presdient Bill Clinton in facsimile, another from Eleanor Holmes Norton, and several other...
(Denver): Heather Publication, (1968). Stapled wrappers. Edited by Thurston Moore. Small, probably contemporary price sticker, slight wear at the extremities and light creasing to one of the rear corners, else near fine. Calendar celebrating the wonderment of Presidency in general and the Nixon-Agnew team in particular.
Harrogate, Tennessee: Lincoln Memorial University, (1972). First edition. Volume 53 Number 2. Fine in pictorial stapled wrappers. 24 pages.
No place: ABC News, 1964. First edition. Quarto. Spiral bound wrappers. 104pp. Former ABC pool traffic manager's name on front wrap, abrasion to rear wrap, very good. Logistical information for the convention including maps, floor plans, ABC radio program schedule, list of dignitaries and their housing.
Norwalk, Connecticut: The Easton Press, ca 1995. First edition thus. Facsimile. Fine in a handmade case of genuine leather, with accents of 22kt gold, in a grape red silk lined portfolio. The first time the sixteen-page manuscript has been reproduced in its entirety.
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.
Washington, D.C. George Washington Bicentennial Commission, 1932. First edition. Quarto. 680pp. Volume five only. Illustrated with black and white photographs, portraits, drawings. Modest wear, still a very good copy.
Washington: Government Printing, 1914. First edition. 8pp. Buff printed wrappers, stapled. Short tears along the extremities, offsetting on wrapper, else very good. President Woodrow Wilson addresses the Sherman Antitrust Act incorporated in 1890 to prohibit businesses from becoming monopolies.
New York: Dell, 1967. First edition. Quarto. 179pp. Pictorial cloth. Near fine with bottom corners bumped.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1899-1900. Standard Library edition. Forty volumes with index. Octavos. Green ribbed cloth, gilt-stamped spine, top edge gilt. Illustrated with portraits. Owner's name embossed on front fly, scattered foxing, lightly stained cloth, still a very good set, lacking the scarce dustwrappers. Volume I: Benjamin Franklin by Morse;...
(no place: no publisher, no date-circa1930). First edition. Printed papercovered boards. Fold-out reproduction color portraits of the Presidents. Near fine with edges lightly worn.
[No place]: Reprinted by Special Permission of John Martin's Book, The Child's Magazine, [circa 1917]. Illustrated broadside on paper. Approximately 11" x 14". Printed in red and blue. Old folds, uniform age-toning, else about fine. A poetry broadside pledge for small children, with a place for the child's signature, promising...
Cornwall, [Connecticut: no publisher, 1918]. Broadside on newsprint paper. 11.75" x 18". Text printed in black with different size show type. Chips and holes in the corners, age-toning, and old folds, a good only copy. A fragile broadside. Unprepossessing but apparently unrecorded, OCLC locates no copies.
[Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, circa 1917-18]. Broadside on paper. 15.5" x 22". Printed in blue and black. Old folds, else fine. A nice copy of a relatively uncommon poster.
Hartford, Conn. Calhoun Show Print, . Broadside on paper. Measuring 21" x 27". Printed in blue. Old folds, else very near fine. A nice copy of a an uncommon poster. OCLC locates no copies.
[Madison, Wisconsin]: Attica Brigade, . Illustrated broadside on yellow paper. 11" x 17". Horizontal crease, ink date in bottom right corner, and an ink name on the back by the person who collected the broadside, else near fine. Central photographic image of students with a "Throw the Bum Out" banner.
Philada. Ketterlunus, 1917. Illustrated broadside on paper. Measuring 20" x 30". Printed in color. Illustration of The Liberty Bell. Small pinholes or tears in the corners, old folds, else near fine. A nice copy of a striking and simple image. OCLC locates approximately a dozen copies.
[no place: no date]. Broadside. 12 1/4" x 9". Brown lettering and image of Wilson. Folded in half, short tears on edges, else very good.
Hartford: Calhoun, 1917. Broadside illustrated with battle silhouette on paper. Approximately 19" x 25". Printed in black and red. Old creases and tears, about very good. Uncommon. OCLC locates two copies over two records.
Washington: Department of State, 1895. First edition. Quartos. Two volumes. Numbers six and eight only containing "Letters From Jefferson", Parts I and II. Blue cloth, gilt-stamped spines. Owner's bookplate on pastedowns, gutters starting, extremities worn, else very good.
Washington, D.C. (U.S. Government Printing Office), 1966. First edition. Foreword by Chairman Ben W. Heineman. Tall octavo. 66pp. Stapled printed wrappers. Fine. Addresses by: Lyndon B. Johnson, A. Philip Randolph, Hubert H. Humphrey, Thurgood Marshall, and Roy Wilkins.
Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori, 1963. First edition. Folio. Magazine format. Text is in Italian. Near fine in pictorial wrappers. Special issue covering Jacqueline Kennedy.
Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori, 1963. First edition. Folio. Magazine format. Very good with edgwear, in pictorial wrappers. Special issue covering Jacqueline Kennedy Text is in Italian.
Milano: Arnoldo Mondadori, 1963. First edition. Folio. Magazine format. Near fine in pictorial wrappers. Special edition covering the Kennedy assassination. Text is in Italian.