[Charlottesville: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia. 1962]. xliv,  pp. [This book is unpaginated; however, it has 357 entries and a full index at the back.] Red cloth boards with gilt lettered spine [minor discoloration to spine]. Lacks title page. Binding lightly shaken, else Good+ to Very Good.
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New York: 1938. Large 8vo, spine lightly sunned. Private bookplate of Richard W. Leopold. 339pp. Very Good.
Washington: 1971. 93pp. Disbound. Very Good.
New York: The American Jewish Committee, 1941. Pages -518 [as issued], stapled in original printed wrappers. Front wrapper and two other pages with an institutional rubberstamp, else Fine. With an Introduction by the author, noting the great crises and population migrations in Jewish history during this period, and an alphabetical...
1889. [at head of title 'UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEYF.M. THORNSUPERINTENDENT.' Washington: Government Printing Office. 1889. , 313-512pp [as issued]. Bound in original dark cloth boards [front joint splitting, light staining and wear], gilt-lettered spine [large hinges to spine, coming detached]. Else Very Good. Bookplate gift presentation by John...
Washington: 1908. Original cloth [inner hinges cracked, ex-library]. Good+.
Granby, Connecticut: Salmon Brook Historical Society. 1976. viii, 368pp. Bound in red cloth boards with gilt lettering on front board and spine [lightly rubbed at corners and spine ends]. Clean, tight copy. Near Fine.
New York: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1953. xxviii, 234pp, twelve black and white photographs. Gray cloth boards with navy blue and gilt lettering on front board and spine. Light dustsoiling of spine, else Very Good.
8" x 13". , [3 blanks] pp. Completely in neat ink manuscript; mathematical calculations of the amounts due are in the bottom left corner. Old folds with some splitting [a few letters affected but not lost at two fold corners], small blank section torn from final page. Addressed on final...
1973. 36 pages. Quarto, original printed and illustrated wrappers [some loosening]. With photographs by Vance Allen. A list of black literature for children and young adults published since 1971; and several articles concerning the teaching of black literature.
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate . 1839. 14pp. disbound. Very Good.
[Washington: 1909]. 60th Cong., 2d Sess. H.R. 25550. Light toning and wear, else Very Good. The Bill, introduced by Congressman Rodenberg, would appropriate $150,000 to purchase Oldroyd's entire collection "of Lincoln relics, containing three thousand pieces, more or less, and for the acquisition...of number five hundred and fourteen and five...
1967. Cloth. xiv, 257pp. Very Good.
Chicago: 1942. 16pp, original printed wrappers. Light wear, Very Good.
Washington: Government Printing Office: 1907. 160pp. Original maroon cloth boards [stained, corners bumped], gilt lettered spine [spine ends frayed, small chip near front joint]. Both hinges splitting. Light uniform tanning. Bookplate on front pastedown. Good to Good+.
Washington: 1888. Washington: 1888. 208pp, stitched in original printed wrappers [spine reinforced archivally]. Untrimmed and uncut. Very Good. 25 Decker 274.
Washington: 1889. 114pp. Stitched in original printed wrappers [some chipping to blank edges and spine]. Untrimmed and uncut, Very Good. 25 Decker 272.
Buffalo: 1953. pp x, 497. Original cloth. Near Fine. Reprint of the 1883 edition.
Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1871. Original printed wrappers [some extremity chipping], stitched. , 4, 229pp. Untrimmed, uncut and Very Good. The sale of the library of this historian, Unitarian minister, and Harvard President occurred at auction in Boston in 1872.
New York: Exposition Press, 1951. 175pp, in original cloth with dj. Near Fine.
New York: Parke Bernet Galleries, 1953. Three volumes: Parts I-III. All in original printed wrappers, deckled edges, lightly worn. Very Good. The sale occurred from February through April.
Cambridge [MA]: Harvard University Press, 1922. 5.5" x 7.75". , 156pp. Bound in original printed brown wrappers. Minor dustsoiling. "Bibliography" written in ink at top of front wrap. Very Good.
Boston: Printed by William M'Alpine, for the Rev. Mr. Williams, of Windham, 1774. xvii, [1- Advertisement from Williams], xviii, vi [i.e., vii],8-339, [Advertisement from M'Alpine] pp. Full contemporary unlettered calf with raised spine bands, an attractive colonial binding. Lacks the free endpapers, Very Good with light occasional foxing. "Contains...