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Cambridge: Riverside, 1903. Hundreds of illustrations: portraits, maps, views, documents, etc. 2 volumes. xxvii + 256 pages and xxvi + 374 pages. Thick 8vos, white cloth-backed boards with paper spine labels; some pages unopened, edges untrimmed, a few pages with very minor foxing. Cambridge: Printed at The Riverside Press, 1903. Large paper edition. Spines are sun-darkened, still a very good(+) copy. Number 194 of 250 copies printed.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997. Commentaries on the Plates by Kenneth Finkel. 18 color and 90 b/w plates, 69 b/w text Illus. Oblong 4to, blue cloth, d.w. slightly chipped, top and bottom of cloth and part of d.w. faded from sun exposure. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, (1997).
Philadelphia: Privately Printed, 1854. 58pp. Small 8vo, original gray boards, expertly rebacked in new black cloth, boards lightly dampstained and lightly soiled, some edges of boards worn, moderate foxing throughout. Philadelphia: (Privately Printed), 1854. First Edition A satirical poem on individual citizens of Philadelphia. Some pages have 20th century pencil annotations in the margins with names and some additional information on some people mentioned in the poem. Pages 43-58 consist of printed notes by the author, as part of the.....
Philadelphia: T. S. Manning, 1820. 31 pages. 12mo, disbound, a few pages with light foxing. (Philadelphia: T. S. Manning, 1820). Inscribed on last page by George A. Baker, grand secretary of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Included in the text is a list of the Masonic Lodges in the United States under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Text also includes a list of names of freemasons, in several states, who were suspended, rejected, or repulsed by their.....
Philadelphia: T. Belknap, 1832. 508 pages with tipped-in map. 8vo., bowed and edge-worn leather covers stamped at spine, pages moderately foxed throughout. Philadelphia: T. Belknap, 1832. A very good copy. Repair to map, ding on outer paper edge, inscribed Samuel M. Keehan April 22nd 1835 Beautiful historical guide to Pennsylvannia.