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Columbus: Ward Brothers, 1888. 19 plates bound together and folding out in an accordion format. 24mo, original red cloth with gilt decoration, lacks map, margins lightly soiled, inner hinge strengthened, lightly rubbed near centerfold of last plate with a small loss of the image. (Columbus: Ward Brothers, 1888). Views of the Gettysburg Battlefield, battlefield memorials, and buildings used by Union and Confederate troops.
Harrisburg: James J. Nungesser, 1918. and Townships in the County. With Biographical Sketches. Photo Illus., including portraits. 603pp. 8vo, publisher's 3/4 brown morocco, edges of corners bumped, light browning to endpapers near edges, otherwise very good. Harrisburg: James J. Nungesser, 1918. Internally, a tight bright copy.
many color plates and maps. vol. I only. 627pp. 4to, 1/2 calf, gilt spine, a.e.g. (Harrisburg), 1896. First edition. Fine. Reports on the forts on the Blue Mountains, north and west branches of the Susquehanna River, and the Wyoming, Cumberland, and Juanita valleys. another copy: also: 2 vols. 1/2 leather. Covers whole state.
London: Fisher, 1841. Engraved frontispiece portrait and folding map of the United States, 72 text engravings. 3 volumes, thick 8vo, original cloth; (spines worn and recased and repaired, a few pages with repaired tears with no loss of text, scattered foxing, inner hinges strengthened). London: Fisher, Son, (1841). First edition. A very good(-) set. Author was a British journalist and historian. "His books...contain much valuable matter, both descriptive and statistical." DNB III, p. 202. "Devoted to...New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland."...