Detroit: C. G. G. Paine, 1887. Illus. 416pp. 12mo, decorated yellow cloth, edges of corners bumped and lightly rubbed, small area of light soiling near bottom of front cover, otherwise very good. Detroit: C. G. G. Paine, 1887. Jennie Anderson Froiseth was the editor of the Anti-Polygamy Standard of Salt Lake City.
Refine search resultsSkip to search results
New Haven: H. Mansfield, 1849. With biographical sketches...of the most distinguished officers in the regular army and volunteer force. Many engravings, map with small chip to the margin. 332pp + 11pp. Small 8vo, original brown cloth, gilt decorated spine, spine worn and repaired, light foxing throughout, including some engravings, corners bumped and worn on edges, cloth lightly soiled, pages slightly wavy throughout. New Haven: H. Mansfield, 1849. Lacks the colored lithograph frontispiece. The last 11 pages comprised the full text.....
New York: Arno Press, 1971. whom he ordered to take a sketch of the roads, passes, heights..from Boston to Worcester...With a curious narrative of Occurrences during their mission, Wrote by the Ensign. 20pp. 8vo, rebound in polished calf with gilt decorations, covers lightly soiled. (New York: Arno Press, (1971). Facsimile of the Boston, 1779 edition.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1873. 202pp.+ 32pp. of ads. 8vo, decorated cloth; (lower 1 and 1/2 inches of spine rebacked in modern cloth, head of spine repaired, cloth soiled, endpapers soiled, a contemporary newspaper article pasted in over 3 pages of ads at back). London: Chapman and Hall, 1873. First Edition. Narrative of an Italian journalist in Cuba. Chapters include the Insurrection of 1868, Cuban slaves and sugar plantations, Havana, and the subject of emancipation. Also there is a chapter.....
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1937. Illus., 2 maps, one folding. xviii, 351pp. 8vo, green cloth, corners bumped, cloth very lightly soiled. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1937. First Edition Presentation copy. Folklore from the southern part of Schoharie County, New York, including chapters on legends, folk tales, witchcraft, ghost stories, songs and ballads, and folk superstitions. Author did research for this book in Schoharie County from 1912 to 1918.
New York: Arno Press, 1974. 483pp. 8vo, gold boards, some pages with pencil marks in margins and/or a small amount of pencil underlining, otherwise very good. New York: Arno Press, 1974. This volume is a reprint of the March 1, 1870 House of Representatives Report on the gold panic in New York from 21st to 27th of September, 1869. In 1869, Jay Gould and Jim Fisk tried to corner the gold market which led to a rise and fall in.....
New Orleans: Librairie Francaise Ad. Redmond. Illus. 48pp. 18mo, pr. wrs., spine newly rebacked, corners of wrappers chipped, wrappers soiled, pages throughout are age-toned, page 11 with a small amount of pencil annotations in margins, several pages creased in lower right corners margins, several pages with a small amount of chipping to bottom margins. Nouvelle-Orleans: Librairie Francaise Ad. Redmond, n.d., circa 1900.
Philadelphia: J. W. Daughaday, 1863. Illus. 285pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, original brown cloth, spines worn and repaired, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, scattered foxing, including plates. Philadelphia: J. W. Daughaday, 1863. First Edition Author was a captain from Ohio who was captured at the Battle of Shiloh and held in Confederate prisons.
Schenectady: General Electric Company, 1904. Many photo Illus. Thin 4to, pictorial wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, otherwise very good. Schenetady: General Electric Company, 1904. First Edition Descriptions and illustrations of electric lamps made by General Electric that had been installed on the streets and on ceilings of buildings in New York.
Hamburg: Nestler und Melle, 1838. Festlich begangen durch die Grosse Loge zu Hamburg, in Vereine mit ihren zu Hamburg arbeitenden Tochter Logen, g. u. v. St. Johannis Logen: Absalom, St. Georg, Emanuel, Ferdinande Caroline und Ferdinand zum Felsen. Lithograph illustrations on front and back wrappers, two engraved vignettes on title page. 128pp. + 1 leaf. 8vo, original pr. wrs., spine worn, wrappers lightly soiled, scattered light foxing. (Hamburg: Nestler und Melle, 1838).
New York: Harper, 1853. of California and Australia, the South Sea Islands, Java, &c. 624pp. Small 8vo, original brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, spine sunned, corners lightly bumped and very lightly worn, many pages with light foxing, some pages with light dampstaining, mostly to margins. New York: Harper, 1853. First American Edition. Author travelled round the world from 1849 to 1852. Internally, a tight bright copy.
New York: Herbert B. Covert, 1920. Illus. xxviii, 457pp. 12mo, green cloth, rubbed on spine ends and edges of corners. New York: Herbert B. Covert, (1920). First Edition. Letters of a United States lieutenant killed in action on October 17th, 1918. He was a member of the 7th Regiment, National Guard, New York, and the Machine Gun Co., 107th U.S. Infantry. Inscribed by the author's father.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1911. Many portraits of soldiers who fought in the Battle of Chickamauga. 9 battle maps, some of which have troop positions in color. 4 of the maps are folding and 3 are double-page. xxxiv, 462pp. 8vo, later full brown morocco with gilt decoration, spine, edges of corners, and small areas of cover edges worn, a few pages, including one plate, lightly dampstained in top margin. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1911. First Edition Extra-Illustrated with 19th century engraved portraits.....