New York: 1919. 1 page, 10.75 x 8.25 inches, New York, April 29, 1919. Written by the American industrialist and founder of United Steel to the editor of the "Brooklyn Eagle," in part: "Am enclosing herewith copy of address which I delivered before the Sixth National Foreign Trade Convention...concerning 'American Maritime Policy.' I thought that possibly you might be interested..." Natural folds; slight rust stains on the top margin. Very good(-) condition.
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1954. 1 page, 10.5 x 7.25 inches, personal stationery, no place, October 4, 1954. In this letter, Harriman thanks the recipient for making the State Convention a success and details ways to rally support for the Democratic campaign in the upcoming election. In large part: "Our State Convention ended on a wonderful note of party unity and dedication to victory...Since we adjourned, I have been working closely with George DeLuca, Frank Roosevelt, Arthur Levitt, and our State Committee and its.....
New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1967. Illustrated with black and white photographs. 165 pages, slim 4to, black cloth, dust wrapper (wrapper quite worn, toned and torn). New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1967. A very good(+) copy in a good dust wrapper. Ex-library copy with stamp on front free endpaper.
Chicago: Privately Printed, 1934. Written by Glen Buck, with Drawings by Rockwell Kent and Photographs by Torkel Korling. Thin small folio, blue cloth stamped in gilt, gilt end-papers; acetate dust wrapper. Chicago: Privately Printed at the Lakeside Press, 1934. Limited First Edition. Dedicated to Albert Blake Dick, this company history commemorates fifty years of Progress and Achievement. Rockwell Kent has inscribed the fly-leaf in presentation: "If there is any good in these drawings it is because the Dicks (God bless.....
new: Keuffel & Esser, 1921. Profusely illustrated (some color) from line drawings and photographs, color, pictorial title page. Includes the price list in the rear pocket. 8vo, 482 pages, publisher's burgundy decorated cloth. New York, 1921. 36rd edition. A very good(+) copy. A few inked notes on back fly-leaf.
New York: Keuffel & Esser, 1944. Hundreds of Illustrations. vi + 379 pages, 8vo, red cloth, d.w. Small ink stamps on page edges, bookplate inside front cover, minor edgewear to cloth, dust wrapper stained on rear cover. New York: Keuffel & Esser Co, (1944). 40th edition. Overall a very good copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Boston: Baker Library, 1957. 3 volumes. Volume I. Catalogue 1777-1817 Giving Data Also Upon Cognate Items in Other Harvard Libraries; Volume II. Catalogue 1818-1848; Volume III. Catalogue Covering Material Published Through 1776 (published in Fairfield 1977). 4to, red cloth (lightly rubbed, volume I spine faded). Boston: Baker Library, 1957, 1964. Very Good (+).
Altoona: 1877. 1 page, 5.75 x 9 inches, Altoona, Pennsylvania, November 12, 1877. Written by a member of a powerful banking family on the back of "First National Bank" memo paper listing three other Lloyds as officers, regarding an application to the Land Office of the Dakota Territories one year after the Battle of Little Big Horn. In part: "...address a letter to Gen. Campbell about the matter & say all the good you know about me..." Browning of extreme.....