Hartford: Lockwood & Merritt, 1879. Illus. Small 8vo, original decorated blue cloth, spine ends and edges of corners worn, corners bumped, cloth lightly soiled, light dampstain to top margins of first few pages, front flyleaf creased and lightly soiled. Hartford: Lockwood and Merritt, 1879 Connecticut holiday in honor of Connecticut veterans of the Civil War.
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Connecticut: Connecticut Historical Society, 1963. Introduction by Frederick Barbour. Editor's note by Paul Koda.Two volumes. Color frontis., illustrated with more than 70 black & white photos. 71pp. and 31pp., thin 8vo, white boards, glassine wrappers. Connecticut: The Connecticut Historical Society, (1963 and 1970). A near fine copy in very good plus glassine dust wrappers. One of 1000 copies. Includes the 1970 Supplement, Catalogue 4A.
New York: 1846. 1 page, 10 x 8 inches, New York City, December 8, 1846. In this letter, a salesman has booked travel for a favored client: "I have sent for you by the steam boat CHAMPION which leaves here this afternoon for New Haven (marked as you directed by Springfield railroad) with three kegs of printing ink." An interesting memento from the days when steamships were owned by the wealthy railroads who attempted to monopolize travel and trade. In.....