New York: Harper, 1935. Photo Illus. xii, 483pp. 8vo, red cloth, front cover slightly bowed at top and bottom, corners lightly bumped, spine lightly sunned. New York; Harper & Brothers, 1935. "...the story of the immense financial and corporate expansion which took place in the United States between the depression of the eighteen-nineties and the crisis of the nineteen-thirties." Author's preface.
New York: 1961. Two signed items: (1) a typed letter signed "B.M. Baruch" in blue ballpoint pen, August 22, 1961, 1 page on personal stationary, 5.75" x 6.75", sending appreciation and good wishes. Accompanied by a glossy 8" x 10" Conway Studios portrait signed on the dark image in blue fountain pen with poor contrast. American businessman and statesman, known during his career as a financier as the "Lone Wolf on Wall Street." He also served as an important defense and economic advisor to Presidents Wilson and Roosevelt.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1987. With the Assistance of Rose C. Carosso. Illustrated. xvi + 888pp., thick 8vo, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper edgeworn. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1987. First edition. A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper. Harvard Studies in Business History XXXVIII.
Hartford: Worthington, Dustin, 1870. Including the Histories, Mysteries, and Men of the "Street", The Stock Exchange, The Gold Room...Sketches from Life of the Noted Speculators and Money Kings, with Anecdotes and Incidents of Their Careers... Illus. by Arthur Lumley. 536pp. + 1 page publisher's ad. 8vo, original green cloth with gilt spine, spine ends worn and repaired, edges of corners lightly worn, last page repaired with tape with no loss of text, endpapers, front flyleaf and last blank page, all...
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 gold prices.
New York: Harper, 1908. Plates. xiv, 171pp. 8vo, green cloth, spine ends lightly rubbed, otherwise very good. New York: Harper, 1908. First Edition Pages 1-111 are on the history of Wall Street in Manhattan through George Washington's inauguration. The author's emphasis in this work was on the historical events in the Wall Street area. He left out the New York Stock Exchange, banks, and stock brokerages.
New York: Moses King, 1898. Numerous photo Illus. 96pp. Folio, original green cloth with original wrappers bound in, spine ends worn, edges of corners lightly worn, some pages lightly dampstained in bottom margins, front and back covers with small areas of light soiling, bound in wrappers are chipped in margins. New York: Moses King, (1898). First Edition. Contains over 400 portraits of Wall Street brokers and prominent men of finance, and 65 photo illustrations of the New York Stock Exchange and nearby architecture.