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New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009. Edited by Judith A. Barter. Essays by Judith A. Barter, Sarah E. Kelly, Ellen E. Roberts, Brandon K. Ruud, and Monica Obniski. 196 color illustrations. 208pp. 4to, cloth-backed green boards, d.w. New Haven: Yale University Press, (2009). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
Chicago: Clarke, 1918. Colored frontispiece, many black & white illustrations and portraits. 3 volumes, thick 4to, buckram. Chicago: Clarke, 1918. First edition. Very good (+). Volume I is a history of Wyoming including the economy and state government. Volumes II and III contain extensive biographies of prominent residents.
New York: (CUNY), 1943. Illustrated (b/w). Small folio, grey stamped cloth boards showing wear at spine and hinge. New York: (The City College of New York), (1943). A very good copy. Included is a small metal dedication plate adhered to the flyleaf commemorating Dr. Valentino Mazzia, Professor of Anesthesia at NYU.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2010. Numerous color plates and many black & white illustrations. xii + 404 pages, small 4to, silver pictorial boards. Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Museum of Art in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2010. Boards are very slightly scuffed and with a small dent in cover, still a near fine copy. Exhibition in Philadelphia and Rome.
La Nazione, 1975. Many photo Illus. 2 volumes. Folio, blue cloth, cloth lightly soiled on both volumes, spine ends worn on volume II, covers warped on both volumes, edge of corner worn on volume I, pages throughout age-toned on both volumes. N.p.: La Nazione, (1975, 1976). Text in Italian. Articles on historical Florence are reproduced from the publication, "La Nazione."
Albany: Munsell, 1887. 2 portraits and 2 plates. 412pp. Thick 8vo, 3/4 blue morocco, lightly rubbed, marbled boards, t.e.g. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1887. Munsell's Histprical Series No. 16. This valuable journal records the British invasion from the North in the War of the Revolution. It is a most interesting addition to the admirable accounts left by Hadden and Pausch.