[New York: 1878?]. 56pp. Title page detached and chipped in blank inner margin. Scattered dusting. Good+. Hundreds of pamphlets listed for sale, including many on or about Presidents Washington, Tyler, and Taylor, and Daniel Webster, Thomas Paine, William Seward, and many others. This Boon catalogue is rare. OCLC 43470768 .
Philadelphia: William Fry, 1824. 12mo, contemporary plain wrappers with publisher advertisements on inner wraps. 34,  pp. Light uniform tanning. Very Good. The Society was established in 1824. These are its founding documents. Mathew Carey was a vice president and member of several committees. In addition to the material...
29th Cong., 1st Sess. SD305. 1846. 5pp, dbd, Very Good.
1817. Quarto, prominently foxed, Good+]. Virtually all in Latin, with the names and theses of the graduating seniors. The 1817 item prints George Emerson's mathematical formulae for his mathematics thesis, summarizes Alva Woods's thesis on physics and George Bancroft's thesis on theology.
1847. 3pp, disbound, light wear and fox. Very Good. Randolph was the devisee of Jefferson's manuscript papers. Lacking the funds to publish them himself, he offers them here to the Congress "for a consideration they may deem adequate." The Joint Committee on the Library recommends purchasing them, and presents a....
Austin: various dates. The catalogues are all in their original printed wrappers, variously paginated. Catalogue 37 is the first, Catalogue 174 the last, with 36 others in between. The selection of subjects includes Western and Southern Americana, the Civil War, Slavery, Afro-Americana, travel and transportation, Latin America, the Spanish Southwest...
52d Cong., 1st Sess. SMD15. 1891. 4pp, two long folding illustrations showing views of the library from northeast and southwest, disbound, loosening. Very Good.
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate . 1839. 14pp. disbound. Very Good.
[New Haven]: 1841. 83pp, dbd, moderately foxed, Good+. Engraved title page. A catalogue of members of the society. AI 41-5656 [162pp].
Concord: Printed by Jacob B. Moore, 1823. 21, pp. Stitched. Lightly toned, early ownership signature. Very Good. With constitutent documents, an alphabetical list of members, officers, and a wish-list of books. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 52872n.
25th Cong., 2nd Sess. HED256. 1838. 34pp, disbound. Minor foxing. Very Good.
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.
Washington: Gales & Seaton, 1823. 16pp, disbound, untrimmed. Worn edges, scattered foxing. Good+. AI 14566.
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.
Richmond: Printed by J. Macfarlan, 1833. 107, [1 blank] pp. Stitched in original plain wrappers [loosening, spine shorn]. Text foxed, Good+. The Seminary was formed by the Hanover [VA] Presbytery in the mid-1820's. This is its first Library catalog. Its holdings are listed alphabetically, from pages  through 107. An...