[ca. 1934]. Folded post card. 28x9cm. Black and white view of the house. Used. In very good condition.
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New Haven, CT: 1904. 674p, illustrations, tab-indexed. 24cm. Pebbled green cloth; titling in gilt. Corners lightly bumped; minor edge wear. In very good condition.
Washington DC: 1964 Democratic Convention Program Committee, 1964. 169p, advertising, illustrations. 34cm. Bound in white cloth with titling in black blue and red, gilt rule border, title on spine in black. Bottom fore edge corners bumped, slightly soiled; three small spots on contents page and facing page. In very good condition.
New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1931. 233p. 21cm. Seventh printing. Orange cloth with black titling. Spine slightly faded; minor edge wear. In very good condition. [Adler: p, 282].
Chicago: Chicago Area Trasportation Study, June, 1990. 48p, maps. 22x28cm. Comb bound. With the Summary laid in. A fine copy.
New York: Henry Harrison, 1937. 171p, , bibliography. 24cm. Black cloth; dust jacket. First edition. Jacket faded, piece missing at base of spine; bookplate. A very good copy in a good jacket.
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.
Pleasantville, New York: Reader's Digest Association, 1967. 528p, illustrations. 19.5cm. Yellow cloth back and tan cloth boards; silver top edge; dust jacket. Slightly cocked; jacket torn at head of spine. In very good condition.
Philadelphia: A. M'Elroy, 1837. Frontis, [22p], 252p, [20p ads]. 23cm. Leather back and paper boards. Disbound, signatures detached. All leaves are present including the fold-out frontis key of West's picture of Christ healing the sick in the temple, "now exhibiting at the Pennsylvania Hospital." Foxing, especially at edges. A fair copy of a scarse directory.
Paris: Les Editions Paralleles, 1948. 118p, illustrations. 29cm. Black cloth with yellow titling. Corners bumped, covers rubbed. In very good condition.
Tokyo: Process Architecture Publishing Co., October, 1983. 164p, illustrations, plans, chronology, list of drawings and sketches, selected bibliography. 30cm. Soft cover. Printed in Japanese and English. Prior owner's name boldly on the half title page; minor wear to corners. A near fine copy.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1830. 138p, 30 plates [two fold out]. 19cm. Full leather. Notice on front cover paste down: "State of New-York. General Orders." Leather is rubbed at edges, corners slightly skinned; auction sticker? on front free end paper; two pages with slight text loss, one page torn; moderate foxing; still, an attractive copy of this guide in better than good condition.
Washington DC: The Reprint Company, nd [ca. 1909]. 15p, 20 plates; [1p], 25 plates; 43 plates. 35cm. Bound in green cloth; author''s names in gilt on the spine. A handsome volume in near fine condition.
Carlisle, PA: By the author, 1983. 74p. 21cm. Softcover. Inscribed and signed by Young on the title page. In fine condition.
Baltimore: Phoenix N. Wood & Co., 1832. 324p. 18cm. Fourth edition. Stereotype edition. Calf with a red morocco spine label. Covers scratched, rubbed; joints torn but not cracked; foxing; prior owner's name on the front fly leaf, and on one page. In good condition.
Published by the author, nd. [40 photocopied pages], two illustrations. 22 cm. Stapled card with image of Micheline on the front cover and back cover; brief biography and quotes from Jack Kerouac, Charles Bukowski and Allen Ginsberg praising Micheline's work on the back cover. Inscribed and signed by Micheline on the verso of the front cover, dated August 12, 1993. With a photocopy of "A Guy Named Ed Balckowsky and a Guy Named Franz Kline, folded and and laid in. Jack Kerouac wrote the introduction to Micheline's first book, River of Red Wine (1957), which was reviewed favorably by Dorothy Parker in Esquire. Micheline is the author of five books and one play.
New York: Albondocani Press, 1969. [12p]. 19.5cm. In an edition of 300 copies, of which 275 are for sale, this is copy 174/300. In fine condition. [Abbott: A 34].
Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1779. 256p. 20cm. [Sabin 13025]. First edition. Original sheep; raised bands. Leather is dry especially at the joints; spine ends worn; last page torn; foxing; mild stain at the tail of the spine; prior owner's (1796 and 1807) signatures on the front free endpaper and title page. A good copy only in a solid binding.
Philadelphia, T.E. Zell, 1875. 64p. 17cm. [missing the map]. Wrappers. Covers almost detached. Penciled numbers on front cover and first page; prior owner's neat signature on front cover. In 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.
London: Stevens Brothers, 1869. 63p. 17cm. First edition. Bound in beveled green cloth with titling in gilt on the front cover. Presentation copy from the publisher. Author's name in pencil on the title page, slightly rubbed, slightly soiled. In very good condition.
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.
Philadelphia: Art Alliance Press, 1974. Frontis, 78p, , 33 plates, list of commissions, index. 29cm. Black cloth over boards; dust jacket. One corner lightly bumped; short tear in front panel top edge of jacket. In near fine condition.
Palm Beach, FL: Norton Gallery of Art. 1977. 64pp, illustrations. 22x30cm. Wrappers. Very light stain on the front cover at the top of the spine; otherwise, in near fine condition.
[Baltimore]: Cushings & Medairy, . 28p. 22cm. Stitched wrappers. Damp stain throughout. Still, a good copy.
Baltimore: Printed by John Murphy, . 35p. 23cm. Stitched. Missing the covers; foxed; damp stain; last page soiled. A better than fair copy.