New York: Stackpole, 1938. Profusely illustrated with black & white photos.. 4to, blue cloth, d.w.(edge-chipped). New York: Stackpole, (1938). First Edition. "In dramatic pictures and in sonorous text, the tragedy of the Mississippi River unfolds.... Based on his brilliant motion picture....here is an education in national geography and economic engineering, strikingly presented"
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Philadelphia: Thomas Cowperthwait, 1845. State on the Subject of the Probate Courts, Last Wills and Testaments, Estates of Decedents...To which is added an Appendix of Forms and Precedents. 531pp. 8vo, contemporary calf, spine and covers worn, 10pp. creased in upper right corner, some light dampstaining, some light browning to text, light foxing, browning to endpapers and first and last blank pages, inner hinge strengthened. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1845. First Edition.
Frontis., facsimiles. 342pp. 12mo, original cloth; (ex-lib, corners bumped, cloth soiled). N.Y.: James Pott, 1890. Memoir of Thomas Smith Dabney by his daughter. She describes their life on his slave plantation in Hinds County, Mississippi. Most of the book is on the antebellum period. She also describes the effects of the Civil War and life after the war.
Northridge: Lord John PRess, 1985. Introduction by Anne Tyler. Thin, Square 8vo, cloth backed marbled boards. Northridge: Lord John Press, 1985. Limited First Edition. Fine. Many of these Depression era photographs were taken while Welty was traveling for the WPA. One of 400 copies, signed by Welty & Tyler.
Meridian: Press of Tell Farmer, 1927. Illus. 94pp. 8vo, blue cloth, edges of corners lightly worn, spine ends rubbed, front cover slightly warped, front flyleaf, title page, and portrait of Stuart, all creased in the right margin. Meridian, Mississippi: Press of Tell Farmer, (1927). First Edition Signed by the author. Biography of Rev. Thomas C. Stuart and the Monroe Mission. Stuart and his wife were the first Presbyterians to settle in Northern Mississippi. He was appointed to found the Monroe.....