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Boston: L. C. Page, 1924. Being an Account of Little Journeys to Various Quaint Inns...of Colonial New England... Illus., some in color. Small 8vo, green pictorial cloth, front cover slightly warped, tips of corners very lightly worn, spine ends and bottom edges of covers rubbed, lettering on spine partially faded. Boston: L.C. Page, 1924.
New York: Hudson River Day Line, 1904. 3 maps of the Hudson River Valley, 1 double-page map of the Catskills. Many photo Illus. 168pp. 12mo, pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, otherwise very good. New York: Hudson River Day Line, 1904. First Edition Lists boat trips available and prices. Also lists hotels with the number of guests that can be accommodated and their weekly room rates.
New York: Putnam, 1925. Frontispiece + 20 full page black & white illustrations, vi, 283 pages, original bright blue cloth with gilt title on spine and gilt ornament on front cover, endpapers browned, chipped d.w. with larger piece missing from spine panel. New York & London: Putnam's Sons, (1925). First Edition. A fine copy in a poor dust wrapper. Quantity available: 1From: Chanticleer Books, ABAA (Fort Bragg, CA, U.S.A.)Seller Rating: 4-star ratingUS$ 150.00Convert currencyShipping: US$ 5.00Within U.S.A.Destination, rates & speedsAbout.....
New York: Privately Printed, 1905. Frontispiece portrait and numerous other illustrations throughout, including many inserts which are facsimile invoices, checks, control sheets, tickets, etc., along with testimonial letters on letterhead of famous hotels, all printed with spot colors. 160 pages. Slim 8vo, decorative blue and red glazed boards with tan cloth spine, red printed endpapers. New York: Privately Printed by the Kuhn Checking System Co., 1905. First edition. A near fine copy of this rather scarce an unusual book promoting.....
New York: Privately Printed, 1934. Illustrated with interesting black & white photographs. 135 pages. Slim 8vo, parchment-backed boards. New Uork: Privately Printed for Hotel Waldorf-Astoria Corporation, 1934. First edition. Deckled eges with several small chips and tears (no loss of text) from hasty opening, still a near fine copy. Inscribed by Lucius Boomer, then President of the Waldorf-Astoria.