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San Antonio: Trinity University, 1976. Over 70 plates, one in full color. Oblong 4to, cloth-backed pictorial boards. San Antonio: Trinity University, (1976). First Edition. Private library stamp on the half title and some minor residue from removed sticker at foot of spine, otherwise a very good clean copy.
New York: Privately Printed, 1854. 288pp. 8vo, original blind-stamped cloth with gilt spine, spine ends and edges of corners worn, cloth lightly soiled, pages 31-53 chipped on bottom margins, scattered light foxing to margins. New York: Published for the Authors, 1854. A series of 52 letters written by two women who financed their travels by being subscription booksellers. The authors traveled in 1853 from New York State to North Carolina. Letters 26 through 50 are from Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk, and.....
New York: Argosy Antiquarian, 1969. 8vo, gray cloth. New York: Argosy Antiquarian, 1969. Reprint. of the 1855 edition. limited to 750 copies. Fine. "We have in this book the simple, straightforward narrative of an impartial witness, whose relationships and business brought him into intimate connections with all phases of Southern society." -- Harriet Beecher Stowe. A valuable source book.
New York: Knopf, 1924. 188 pages. Small 8vo, batik boards and green cloth spine with paper label (a bit shelfworn; spine and edges somewhat sunned). New York: Alfred Knopf, 1924. Limited First Edition. Very good. Limited edition -- number 1705 of 2000 copies. Fictional chronicles of the lives of African Americans on South Carolina plantations.
New York: Arno Press, 1971. on the River Mississippi, and the Floridas; The Countries of the Creek Nations; and Many Uninhabited Parts. 105pp. + errata page. 8vo, rebound in full brown morocco with gilt decorations, spine lightly sunned, bottom edges of covers lightly rubbed. (New York: Arno Press, 1971). Very good Facsimile of the Richmond, 1792 edition.
New York: Harper, 1863. Frontis. 225 pages, text in double columns, 8vo, brown blind-stamped cloth, chipped at head, pages lightly toned, foxed. New York: Harper & Row, 1863. A very good copy. "...in March, 1861, he (Russell) arrived in the United States as a special correspondent for the London Times...he found much to praise in the South, where he met all the principal officials, civil and military, thought highly of them, and felt that the South would probably never be.....