(St. Paris - Carlisle, Ohio: 1862-63). Softcover. Commercially published Pocket Diary (by Denton & Wood), for the year 1863. Contains over 365 daily full-page manuscript entries written in ink and pencil. Bound in original black leather over flexible card covers with fore edge flap, with an expanding pocket on the...
United States Postal Service, (1991). Oblong quarto pictorial boards. All stamps present. Fine.
Society for the Preservation of Maryland Antiquities, (1982). First edition. Quarto. 91pp. Stapled wrappers. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Small stain on bottom edges, else very good.
Crisfield, Maryland: U.S. American Legion, 1982. First edition. Quarto. 60pp. Pictorial wrappers with Miss Crustacean 1981 Wendi Reese. Light offsetting on wrappers, still very good.
1970. First edition. Quarto. 66pp. Stapled orange wrappers. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Ex-library markings only on front wrapper, else near fine. Scarce.
Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club, 1972. Hardcover. Third edition. 480pp. Maps present in pockets. The Appalachian Mountain Club was organized in 1876. It is the oldest, and largest mountain club in the United States.
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.
Philadelphia: Carey Bros. & Grevemeyer, [1890?]. 12mo. 68pp., adds, illustrations. Glazed printed purple wrappers. Small tear on one leaf, some scattered soiling and small stains, a sound and pleasing very good copy. A partially printed book listing the various products of Carey Bros. & Grevemeyer, with plenty of room allowed...
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 Office, 1869. 1/13/2009. First edition. Octavo. Quarter bound in the original cloth spine and printed wraps. Contemporary ownership signature on the front wrap. Dust soiling and some dampstaining to the wrapper and endleaves, else about very good with some fraying to the edges of the front wrap...
San Francisco: Bacon & Company, Steam Book and Job Printers, 1872. First edition. Pale tan printed wrappers. 14pp. A bit of soiling and a light vertical crease, near fine.
Trenton: Printed by Isaac Collins, Printer to the State, 1784. First edition. Stitched folio sheets, untrimmed. 72, pp., with a table on the last page. Signed by Robert Stockton on the title page. The upper right corner margin of the title and first text page is torn away, light worming...
Trenton: Printed by Joseph Justice, 1831. Tall octavo. 201pp. Stitched unprinted buff wrappers. Untrimmed and unopened. Some tears and curling on the wrapprs, slight foxing, very good or better.
Trenton: Printed by Joseph Justice, 1834. Tall octavo. 201pp. Stitched unprinted blue wrappers. Untrimmed and unopened. Some foxing and spotting mostly confined to the wrappers, very good or better.
Wheeling, Virginia: John F. M'Dermot, Public Printer, 1863. Octavo. 108pp. Rebound in modern green cloth, gilt-stamped spine. Near fine with small chip on pages 76 and 80. Confederate printing prior to West Virginia's statehood, page 64.
Milledgeville, (Georgia): Richard M. Orme, state printer, 1850. First edition. Octavo. 454pp. Recent red three-quarter faux leather, gilt, and cloth, gilt title and ornamentation spine, marbled endpapers, original front wrapper bound in. Lacks title page, owner's bookplate, pages foxed, a good working or reading copy.
Boston: James French, 1852. First edition. Disbound pamphlet. 12pp. Some spotting and rubbing else very good.
Philadelphia: Printed by J. Maxwell, for the Company, 1814. First edition. Removed from a pamphlet volume. Octavo. 45pp., including six statistical tables. Small crease at bottom of title page, a little toning, very good or better. Includes the Act of Incorporation for the first commercial American insurance company. Sabin 60315.
1840. Octavo. 31pp. Disbound wrappers, pages foxed, minor pen marginalia, thus good only. Denouncing Van Buren and supporting Harrison, refuting Abolitionist label in the upcoming election.
Alexandria [Virginia]: Printed by S. Snowden, 1812. First edition. Stitched. Disbound. 35, (1)pp. Slight toning to the front wrap, a very good or better copy. Minority members object to having their voices ignored in Congress. Howes A77.
Baltimore: (Sands & Neilson, printers), November 10, 1831. First edition. Octavo. 44pp. Removed from a nonce volume. Self-wrappers. Modest foxing and toning, very good.
Brooklyn: Home Life Insurance Company, 1860. First edition. Stitched green printed wrappers. 16, (4)pp. A small chip on the front wrap else near fine. Sales pitch, followed by many testimonials from clergymen extolling the virtues of life insurance.
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.
Philadelphia: October, 1830. 9/13/2015. First edition. 12mo. 11, pp. Stitched printed wrappers. Somewhat irregularly trimmed affecting no text, but the decorative border on the front wrap, apparently intended to effectively remove (mostly) a contemporary ownership signature; a few words in ink on the rear blank, a nice, very good copy...
Lexington, Kentucky: Fayette County Bar, February 4, 1901. 89pp. Lime-green stamped dark gray wrappers. Frontispiece portrait. Owner's name on front endpaper, shallow chips on edges, still very good. OCLC locates 15 copies.