Springfield: New England Publishing, 1866. Folding map of Connecticut River Valley. Plates, several in color. Text engravings. 235pp. + ads. 8vo, original brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, spine ends worn, map repaired with tape on the blank side. Springfield: New England Publishing, 1866. First Edition. Guidebook to the Connecticut River Valley from Connecticut, through Massachusetts, north to New Hampshire and Vermont.
New York: Scribner, 1895. plates. xvi, 230pp. 8vo, green cloth, corners bumped, foxing to margins of plates and endpapers. New York: Scribner's 1895. Author was pastor of the First Church of Fairfield, Connecticut. "The ancient town of Fairfield, which was a place of importance in Colonial and Revolutionary times and was burned by the British in 1779, was the especial subject of his study." DAB IV, p. 67.
Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art, 1989. Illustrated in color and black & white.118pp. Slim & square 4to, cloth, d.w. Washington DC: National Gallery of Art, (1989). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Catalog for an exhibition held at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC from 15 October 1989 - 28 January 1990 and at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford from 18 March - 20 May 1990.
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.
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.