[ca. 1934]. Folded post card. 28x9cm. Black and white view of the house. Used. In very good condition.
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Chicago: Chicago Area Trasportation Study, June, 1990. 48p, maps. 22x28cm. Comb bound. With the Summary laid in. A fine copy.
Baltimore: County Directories of Maryland, 1959. 305p, illustrations, index. 28cm. Soft cover. Prior owner's neat signature on the front cover; spine faded. In very good condition.
New York: Carleton, Publisher, 1866. 332p, ads. 19cm. Stamped green cloth. Bottom free endpaper creased; minor wear to the spine ends. In very good condition.
Paris: OTUA (L'Office Technique pour l'Utilisation de l'Acier), 1935. 164p, illustrations, area plans, elevations, plans, perspectives. 54x43cm. Black morocco back, lithographed paper boards in a modernist design by Cassandre, edges lined with white leather. Copy 67 in an unknown edition, signed by Doniaux, the director of OTUA. The work documents a design competition organized by the OTUA for a new exposition center showcasing the use of steel. Three projects are published and information for all 13 projects is given.The judges awarded the grand prize to the firm of Tournon & Chappey. The firms of Alex & Pierre Fournier, Molinie, Nicod & Boulanger, Umbdenstock, R. Expert, and Charles & Daniel Letrosne were also awarded prizes. The project was not constructed. Spine dry, chipped, edges well worn. In good condition only.
New London, Printed and Sold by Timothy Green, Printer to the Governor, 1776. pp.419-425. 30cm. Folio. Bound in recent burgundy red cloth with endpapers, title in gilt on spine. Establishes naval offices at different Connecticut ports, and for the formation of "troops of horse" into regiments. Former Huntington Library copy with their small stamp on the bottom board. Stained and with bottom edge corner loss on two pages; otherwise in very good condition. [Evans 14689].
Richmond: William F. Ritchie, 1863. 107p, indexed. 23cm. Linen back and paper boards; remnants of spine label. Top board torn at the spine with loss; spine cloth faded; slight tobacco odor. In very good condition. [Parrish: 4390, but with additional Private or Local Acts] . No other copies found.
Wheeling: John MDermot Public Printer, 1863. 108p, indexed. 23cm. Leather back and marbled paper boards. Corners bumped; minor rubbing. In very good condtion.
Wheeling: Daily Press Book and Job Office, 1862. 111p, indexed. 23cm. Leather back and marbled paper boards. Joints are tender; edges rubbed. In good condition.
1927. 8pp. 22.5 cm. In very good condition.
Annapolis: Printed by J. Green, 1817. 18p. 21 cm. Removed. Disbound. Edges chipped. A fair copy. (No copies found).
Baltimore: March, 1848. 8p. 23cm. Disbound. Ex-library with mark on title page, hole in last page not impacting text, soiled; still in good condition.
London: London County Council, 1951. Frontis, xvii, 325p, illustrated [maps], indexed 31cm. Green cloth over boards, titling in white on the front cover and spine; endpaper maps. Top corners bumped, corners rubbed, two skinned; front hinge starting. Still in very good condition.
North Andover, MA: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1980. Frontis, 121p, illustrations. 23cm. Softcover. A fine copy.
Washington, D.C. Preservation Press, 1984. 223p, illustrated, indexed. 17cm. First edition. Soft cover. Fine.
Boston: Gray and Brown, 1832. 312p. 20cm. Blue card wrappers. Fading around edges, slight chipping at fore edge, one corner dog eared; still a particularly attractive copy in original wrappers and in very good condition.
New York: Reporter Publications, 1948. 142p, illustrations, fabric swatches. 37cm. Soft beige cover; titling in gilt on the front cover. Covers slightly faded, soiled; long tear at head of spine; very slight cigar residue. Still, a very good copy.
Boston: John L. Sibley and James B. Dow. 1839. viii, 520p, illustrations. 28cm. Bound in textured blue cloth with tiling in gilt on the spine. Spine ends worn, corners bumped, skinned; foxing; still, in very good condition. The American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge was first published by The Boston Bewick Company in September, 1834, and ran for three years till September of 1837. In March, 1836, Nathaniel Hawthorne became editor. Several of his stories appeared in the pages of this magazine. Also of interest is an article on page 5 of the September, 1835, issue on "The Whale, and Whale Catching," which "for this article we are indebted to a sturdy, but well educated young man of Massachusetts, who had been a whaling voyage -- thus we entered on no criticism, or addition. Its description could not be mended, and its freshness might be injured, by any attempts at explanation." [underlining in pen].
Philadelphia: James Webster, 1818. viii, 604p, plates [one only partial], ii. 22cm. Contemporary sheep. Lacks the fly leaves; contemporary writing on title page in pen and pencil; penciled notes through out; foxed; head cap missing; tail torn; almost cracked. A fair copy of the rare first volume of this early American medical journal.
Philadelphia: Joshua Fletcher, 1810. 463p. 15cm. Rebound in modern faux brown leather. An ex library copy with markings only on the case. Several leaves have been conserved with archival tissue paper, including the title page and the concluding pages, which are missing the top fore edge corner resulting in some text loss to the inaugural speeches; tear in the fore edge of the title page and some paper loss at top edge; some paper loss on other pages; some foxing throughout. An early collection of state constitutions in good condition.
Sandy Spring, MD: Sandy Spring Museum, 2002. 485p. 22cm. Red cloth with gilt titling. An unread copy, as new.
London: Thomas Baskett, 1758. pp. 958-962. Bound by Sangorski and Sutcliff for Henry Stevens, Son, And Stiles in three quarter green morocco and marbled boards with gilt filets and with titling in gilt on the spine; two raised bands; top edge gilt. Extending several acts including the regulation of the trade of sugar, and the importation of lumber from the American colonies. Slight rubbing of spine. In near fine condition. [N54558].
Annapolis: Thomas E. Martin Printer, 1852. 44p. 24cm. Sewn. An ex library copy with penciled marking, lightly foxed, in good condition.
Annapolis: Thomas E. Martin Printer, 1852. 44p. 24cm. Sewn. An ex library copy with older markings, lightly foxed, in good condition.
Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1835. 12p. 21cm. Disbound. Penciled notes on title page; foxed. In good condition.
Annapolis: Maryland Republican, 1877. 50p. 23cm. Wrappers. Front cover detached, chipped; bottom missing. In good condition.
Washington DC: GPO, 1914. 504p, indexed; 793p. 24cm. Blue cloth with titling in gilt on the spines. Volume two is the index to the papers and annual reports of the American Historical Association for 1884-1914. Corners bumped; small stain at bottom edge front cover of volume one. In very good condition.
London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807. Frontispiece, 222p. 17 cm. Bound in leather with red title label and decorations in gilt. Volume number erased from title page and last page. Prior owner's name erased from title page. Wear to spine ends, corners bumped; frontispiece foxed. In very good condition.