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Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1989. Frontis, 102p, illustrations, maps, index. 24cm. First edition. Black cloth, titling in gilt on the spine; dust jacket. In fine condition.
New York: Anson D.F. Randolph, 1862. 118p, map. 22cm. Copyright edition. Bound in blue cloth, title in gilt on the spine. A conserved copy with the title page and map backed in paper. In very good condition.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1950. Frontis, 1201p, illustrations, indexed. 24cm. First edition. Gray cloth in white and gilt; dust jackets; box. A fine set with minor wear to the jackets and box.
[Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1880?]. 8p. 22cm. Self-wrappers. Slightly soiled, faded at edges ; vertical crease. Letter to Hon. Samuel J. Randall in answer to a resolution introduced in the House of Representatives on the 26th of April, 1880, by Mr. A.H. Coffroth, of Pennsylvania. In good condition. Scarce.
[United States]: [Publisher not identified], 1920? 8p. 15cm. Stapled self wrappers. First page toned at the top edge. In very good condition.
Washington City: Congressional Globe Office, 1861. xxxiv [index], pp. 993-14433, 1433-1525 [special session]; [i] -xv [index for appendix], 1-310 [appendix], 311-368 [Laws of the United States]. 29cm. Quarter bound in leather with leather tips and marbled paper boards; title in gilt on the spine. One corner skinned, endpapers foxed; the paper is crisp although there is some browning. In very good condition. The lame duck Second Session of the 36th Congress ran from the third of December, 1861 to the second of March and was followed on the fourth by the Special Session of the Senate which ended on the twenty-eighth of March. Highlights of this volume include Buchanan's last message to Congress and Lincoln's inaugural address. Of significance the Morrill Tariff resolution and the many speeches contained in the "State of the Union" section of the Appendix reflecting the turmoil surrounding the "select committee of thirty-three" and secession.
Washington City: Congressional Globe Office, 1861. lxii [index], pp. 1-960. 29cm. Quarter bound in leather with leather tips and marbled paper boards; title in gilt on the spine. Endpapers foxed; the paper is crisp although there is some browning. In very good condition. The Second Session started December 2, 1861. This volumes ends with the February 28, 1862, issue. Of interest, on page 909 is a prayer for Lincoln's son, William; the celebration of George Washington's birthday with reading farewell address, bills to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia and the confiscation of rebel property and freeing slaves. And much more.
Philadelphia: National Publishing Company, 1868. Frontis, 654p, illustrations, index. 25cm. First edition. Pebbled maroon cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Bookplate on front cover pastedown. Head of spine torn; foxing and browning; still, in very good condition.
Marietta, Georgia: Continental Books Company, 1951. , 365p, illustrations. 21cm. First published in 1906. Red buckram with titling in gilt on the spine. Two corners slightly bumped; prior owner's address label on the front cover paste down. In near fine condition.
New York: Charles Scribner, 1948. Frontis, 549p; frontis, 464p, indexed. 24cm. Black cloth with gilt spine; box. Offset on the title page of volume two; slightly worn slipcase; otherwise a fine set of the Young Washington volumes.
Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1875. Frontispiece, xiv, map, 802p, iv, illustrations. 26cm. Beveled green cloth with decorations stamped in black and gilt illustrations on the front cover and spine. One corner rubbed, corners slightly bumped, minor wear to the spine ends; endpapers foxed. Bright covers and in very good condition.
New York: Published by Henry Bill. Sold only to subscribers, 1863, 1866. Volume one: Frontispiece portrait of Lincoln, 507p, illustrations, plates, portraits, maps, index; volume two: frontispiece portrait of Grant, 629p, illustrations, plates, group portraits, maps, index, 4p ads. 25 cm. Bound in uniform brown morocco with blind stamped decorative panels on the covers, titling in gilt on the spine, all edges marbled; marbled endpapers. Edges of volume one rubbed, covers slightly rubbed, corners bumped, skinned; slightly foxed frontispiece, with offset on title page; volume two: front cover joint torn starting at the headcap for about two inches, edges and covers rubbed, more so than volume one, spine slightly faded, corners bumped, skinned, second flyleaf folded at fore edge, frontispiece slightly foxed, tissue guard too, offset on second flyleaf and title page, several pages with pieces of bottom edge, and corners torn away, but with no impact. Still, in better than good condition.
New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887. Frontis, 824p, indexed. 24cm. Tastefully recased in gray library buckram, titling in white on the spine. A former library copy with spine labels; trimmed; small stain at the bottom gutter of the frontis; penciled library markl; in very good condition.
Raleigh, NC: Edward & Broughton Company, 1956. 391p, illustrations, index. 24cm. Pebbled maroon cloth with titling in gilt on the front cover and spine. Corners bumped, minor wear to the spine ends; notations in pen in two places. In very good condition.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1947. Illustrated title page; 1514p. 22cm. First edition. Tan cloth with red and blue titling; map endpapers for the front cover pastedown and endpaper, genealogy chart on the bottom cover pastedown and endpaper; dust jacket. Two corners bumped; minor wear to jacket. A near fine copy.
New York: G.P. Putnam, 1936. Frontis, xiv, 187p, chart, notes. 24cm. In a limited edition of 1000 copies this is copy 579/1000. White cloth back and blue cloth boards, paper title label on spine. Spine slightly darkened, corners lightly bumped. In better than very good condition.
New York: Dix and Edwards, 1856. [724p], iv. 19cm. First edition. Original brown cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Signed and inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to his cousin Charles H(yde) Olmsted, who was Frederick Law's mentor as a young man and guided his intelletual interests and education. Re-backed in sympathetic brown cloth with the original backstrip laid down; second neat signature on half-title page; wear to the corners; non detracting staining to the covers. An important association copy in very good condition.
16p.23cm. Gray wrappers. Paper toned; slight tobacco smell; still, in very good condiiton.
New York: Coward McCann, 1934. 411p, bibliography. 21cm. First edition. Red cloth; dust jacket. Corners bumped; jacket chipped, short tears, creases, price clipped.
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran Inc., 1938. Frontis, 657p. 21cm. First edition. Brick red cloth title in gilt within black title box on the spine; dust jacket. With the author's postal card, signed by Kenneth Roberts, laid-in. Short tear to bottom edge of front jacket panel; jacket slightly soiled; bookplate on half title page. In near fine condition.
New York: Charles L. Webster & Co., 1891. Frontispiece, 433p; separate title page, 522p, index, 4p ads. 23 cm. Bound in maroon cloth with titling in black on the front cover, in gilt on the spine. Corners bumped, minor wear to the spine ends. In very good condition.
Charlottesville: The Michie Company, 1920. Frontis, 330p. 23cm. First edition. Maroon cloth with gilt titling. Former library copy with spine label. Rubbed; one page almost pulled; prior owner's ink stamp on the title page; neat gift inscription on the front free endpaper. In better than good condition.
Worcester, Mass. 1894. 32p. 23cm. Stapled printed wrappers. light fading around the edges. In very good condition.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1864. Illustrated title page, 196p, map, 8p. ad for The New American Cyclopedia. 19cm. Stamped brown cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Corners slightly bumped, edges slightly faded, spine and titling faded. In very good condition.
New York: Root, Anthony & Co., 1862. pp33-48. 23cm. Wrappers. Former library copy with penciled markings; offset on front cover. In good condition.
New York: Published for the Third Army Corps Union by Chas B. Ludwig, 1881. 40p. 22cm. Wrappers. Slightly soiled. In very good condition.
Harrisburg, PA: State Printer, 1906. Frontis, 260p, illustrations, indexed. 24cm. Blue cloth. Compliments of Brevet Brigadier General William Jordan Bolton, member of the Antietam Battlefield Memorial Commission, with his inscription on the front free end paper. Bolton was Colonel of the Pennsylvania 51st Infantry. He fought at Antietam and was wounded in the battle for the stone bridge over Antietam Creek . An ex library copy with markings and labels; tape ghost on spine; hinges cracked, but reinforced. A good copy.