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Taipei: Mei Hua Printing Works, 1961. Illustrated in black and white. 249 pages, gilt-stamped amber cloth (spine slightly faded; front free endpaper and title page creased; ownership signature; some soiling & spots on first few pages). Privately printed in Taipei by Mei Hua Printing Works, March 1961. Very good(-).
Newport News: 1863. 2 pages (front and back) on blind-stamped ""U.S. Flag Ship Minnesota" letterhead, 9.75 x 7.75 inches, May 7, 1863, Newport's News, Virginia. Written to the Kimberly Brothers at Old Point Comfort, Virginia, explaining how supplies may be allowed to pass through the blockade. In part: "...In regard to passing coal, wood or other supplies by the blockade to the Navy Yard for the use of the marine guard, a certificate covering all the articles to be passed.....
2 volumes. Engraved frontispieces and numerous other finely printed plates throughout. Thick 8vos, burgundy cloth (somewhat edgeworn and soiled; spines faded; light foxing throughout). London: Macmillan, 1925. First edition. A very good(-) copy. I: From Birth to Accession, 1841-1901. II: The Reign, 1901-1910.
Provo: Brigham Young University, 1978. More than 50 figures, tables and maps, including 5 foldout maps. xii + 265pp., large 8vo, printed wrappers; ownership signature inside front cover, spine ends lightly worn, minor staining to front cover.Provo: Brigham Young University, 1978. A very good copy. Chapters by various authors. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation: Number Forty.
Brooklyn: Historical Printing Club, 1891. Collected and edited by Worthington Chauncey Ford. Frontispiece portrait. 3 volumes, tall 8vo, rebound in brown cloth, black spine labels. Brooklyn, New York: Historical Printing Club, 1891. Scarce. Fine. Related to the Lee family of Virginia, he maintained his sympathies ad interests in America. Number 97 of only 250 copies.