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New York: J. & J. Harper, 1833. New-Jersey from 1776 to 1790. Frontis. 449pp. + 7pp. Appendix. Tall 12mo, modern green cloth, paper label, cloth lightly soiled, some pages lightly creased in upper right corner margin, scattered foxing, 2 pages with a small repaired tear and no loss of text. New York: J. & J. Harper, 1833. With extracts of William Livingston's letters and Livingston family documents. The author's wife, Susan Sedgwick, was a granddaughter of William Livingston.
Muncy: Thomas T. Taber, 1980. Many Illus., some in color. 2 Vols. 4to, blue cloth, d.w. with light foxing on both dust wrappers, light foxing to first few pages of both volumes, top margins of many pages of volume I are slightly wavy. (Muncy: Thomas T. Taber, III, 1980, 1981). Limited First Edition Both volumes signed by Thomas Townsend Taber, III. Part One: The Route of Phoebe Snow. The History and Operation of the Lackawanna Raiilroad. Part Two. The Road...
Jersey City: John W. Harrison, 1902. Illus. 319pp. 8vo, green cloth, edges of corners lightly worn and bumped, spine ends rubbed, small area of wear to front cover, lightly dampstained on back cover, small bump to front and back cover on bottom edges. Jersey City: John W. Harrison, 1902. History of village of Bergen, New Jersey, now part of Jersey City, New Jersey.
Trenton: The True American, 1856. Map. Lithograph. 25" x 31.25". Shows two tears that extend into the margin near where map is affixed to binding. Otherwise in very good condition. Book. Illustrated. 211 pages. 8vo, stamped cloth covered boards, corners slightly bumped. First fly leaf inscribed with ink. Trenton: The True American, 1857. A very good copy. Includes an official printed letter from Viele about his triangulation methods. Egbert L. Viele (1825-1902) served in the Civil War before becoming a....
New Brunswick: S. M. Christie Press, 1921. Illus. 4to, green cloth, spine spotted, cloth lightly soiled, corners lightly bumped. (New Brunswick: S. M. Christie Press, 1921). From the library of Alexander Reisfield. Private Reisfield is listed in the text along with the names of officers and other servicemen from New Brunswick who served in World War I. He served in France. The book is inscribed by John Morrison, Mayor of New Brunswick to Alexander Reisfield.