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Brooklyn: Brooklyn Fire Department, 1892. Compiled from the Records of the Department. 80 illustrations, most of which are photographic portraits. 478pp. + many pages of ads from Brooklyn merchants, 4to, original decorated maroon cloth, spine ends lightly worn, edges of corners worn, some pages of text lightly soiled in right margins, page 61 lacks the lower right corner margin. Brooklyn: (Brooklyn Fire Deparment), 1892. First Edition. Beginning in 1785, the Brooklyn Fire Department consisted of six volunteer firemen who served.....
Santa Fe: Twin Palms, 1998. Illustrated with numerous fine black & white plates. 98 pages. Slim 4to, black cloth, d.w. Santa Fe, NM: Twin Palms, 1998. First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper, with a nice personal inscription from Davidson on the front endpaper, dated in the year of publication: "For... Thank you for bringing the gang back home"
Brooklyn: 1868. Beautifully illustrated with 9 color lithograph plates, one of which is double-page, and 2 b/w engraved plates. Folding map. iv, 96 pages. Slim 4to, original brown cloth boards, expertly rebacked with modern brown cloth and paper label, edges of corners worn, back cover with a small area of light soiling near top, page margins uncut. Brooklyn, 1868. Limited First Edition -- one of 110 copies. A scarce book, with the last copy sold at auction recorded in 1927.....
Brooklyn: 1908. Many photo Illus. 168pp. 4to, blue cloth, edges of corners worn, spine ends and edges of covers rubbed, cloth lightly soiled. Brooklyn, 1908. First Edition Profile of the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York, in 1908, with many illustrations of churches, buildings, and houses. Also many portraits of local businessmen. Contains an extensive index of proper names.
New York: Moses King, 1904. 325 photo Illus. 72pp. Folio, original printed wrappers, spine ends worn, small area of wear to middle of spine, wrappers lightly soiled, corners of wrappers chipped, front wrapper lightly dampstained near edges. New York: Moses King, 1904. First Edition Views include multi-story commercial buildings, bridges, banks, municipal buildings, private residences, schools, churches, and hospitals. Internally a very good copy with bright illustrations.