New York: Jack Kriendler Memorial Foundation, 1950. Illustrated, some in color. 220 pages. Thin 4to, red cloth; small stains and corners and spine ends a bit worn. New York: Jack Kriendler Memorial Foundation, 1950. Title page foxed and with small chip of paper missing from gutter lof contents page, otherwise a very good solid copy. Issued on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of "21."
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New York: New-York Courier, 1815. 21 pages, printed with text in double columns. Original pamphlet, sewn (dampstain at upper corner, and rough at edges but well inside the ample margins; some pages still un-opened). New York: At the Office of the New-York Courier, 1815. First edition. A very good copy of this exceedingly scarce pamphlet. OCLC lists only 13 copies, including those at Columbia, Cornell, Yale, Harvard, and the New York Historical Society. Attributed to Isaac Bronson by F. Redlich.....
New York: 1895. 4 plates. 84pp. 8vo, blue cloth, cloth very lightly soiled, otherwise very good, page margins uncut. New York, 1895. First Edition One of 122 copies on hand-made paper. The other papers are on New York Magazine, the first illustrated magazine published in New York City and a study of the early American almanac of Nathaniel Ames.
New York: Appleton, 1891. Illustrations. 294 pages + ads. 16mo, gilt-decorated terra cotta cloth, spine a bit faded. New York: Appleton, 1891. A very good(+) copy. The large folding map is complete, but torn at one fold. Thirteenth year of this alphabetically arranged descriptive index & guide to places, institutions societies, etc. Each edition was revised to date of issue,
New York: Appleton, 1897. Woodcut illustrations; folding map. 289pp. + ads. 16mo, printed wrappers. New York: Appleton, 1897. Twentieth year of this alphabetically arranged descriptive index & guide to places, institutions societies, etc. Each edition was revised to date of issue. The first two pages are edge- chipped, and with a diagonal fold, otherwise a very good good copy of a fragile book.
Brooklyn: Eugene L. Armbruster, 1942. 6 b/w illustrations, two double-page maps. 400 pages. 8vo, blue cloth; edgeworn and a bit spotty. Brooklyn: Published by the author, 1942. First Edition. History and guide to the pre-1928 streets, residents, and businesses of Williamsburgh, Bushwick and Greenpoint. Maps depict the streets of Williamsburgh in 1827 and 1845.
New York: City of New York, 1909. Prepared and Issued by the Art Commission of The City of New York. With over 100 b/w photographic plates, protected with lettered tissue. 241pp. Short thick 4to, burgundy cloth with simple gilt-lettered spine. New York: City of New York, 1909. Front hinge is just a bit weak, and there is one faint stain on fore-edge which is also visible in the margins of effected pages, otherwise a very good copy of this uncommon.....