New York: Lewis Historical Publishing, 1927. Illus. 434pp. 4to, two toned cloth, edges of corners worn and bumped, cloth lightly soiled, tear in lower left corner margin of title-page. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing, 1927. First Edition Volume one only, from a three volume set. This volume comprises the history of the Bronx from 1609 through 1898.
New York: Viking, 1947. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. with 2 inches lacking on the top and bottom of the spine portion and smaller chips on some other edges of d.w., spine ends of boards lightly rubbed, small area of light soiling to cloth spine in middle. New York: Viking Press, 1947. Political autobiography of a democratic party leader in the Bronx, New York.
Eastchester: 1750. 2 pages (front and back), 16.5 X 12 inches, Eastchester, County of Westchester [The Bronx], April 4, 1750. In this document, a woman named Sarah Pell Palmer sells a tract of land that will eventually become Co-op City, in part: "For the sum of two-hundred and thirty pounds current money paid by Israel Hunt, [Sarah Pell Palmer] assigns for ever a certain small tract of land, by the Highway that runs to Hutchinson's, southerly west and westerly by...