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New York: Hunt & Eaton, 1892. Chromolithographs, one folding. Over 500 b/w Illus. Folding street map of Chicago. 832pp. 4to, original decorated blue cloth, folding chromolithograph with a few small tears near edge, with no loss of text, cloth lightly soiled on back cover, corners lightly worn on edges and bumped. New York: Hunt & Eaton, 1892. First Edition Four books in one volume that embrace a review of our country's progress, a complete history of America, a new life.....
256 plates. 16 issues. thin, oblong folio, original pr. wrs.; (lacks parts 6 and 18; wrs. detached on parts 1 and 14; front wr. and title page of part 1 dampstained in margins, otherwise very good). Philadelphia: Historical Publishing, 1894. Issued in weekly parts from January 15 to May 14, 1894. Each issue contains 16 plates of the Columbian World's Fair of 1893.
Chicago: 1897. Fine content A.L.S. 3 pages, Chicago, August 3, 1897, pursuing a lead on a possible commission, in part: "...Mr C.F. Gunther of this city has informed me that you have been considering certain artists with the idea of having some portraits painted and also suggested I write to you. If you have not yet commissioned and artist to do the work I should be pleased to do it for you. I am an exhibitor in the Paris Salon.....
Chicago: Lyric Opera of Chicago, 1979. Foreword by Saul Bellow, recollections by Carol Fox, and graphic design by R.D. Scudellari. Patterned endpapers; profusely illustrated with both black-and-white and color photographs, some full-bleed. 233 pages, 4to, orange-y-brown patterned leatherette with decorative gilt spine, dust wrapper (some chipped to upper corners and curling to edges). Chicago: Lyric Opera of Chicago, (1979). A fine copy in a very good(+) wrapper.
London: John Russell Smith, 1848. 33 inserted plates, 8 in full color, 17 text illustrations. Rubricated title. Thick 8vo, original purple cloth (spine darkened), gilt spine title, yellow coated endpapers, pp. [viii], 343pp, (some pages unopened). London: John Russell Smith, 1848. First Edition. Very Good (+). Contents include: Gypsies, fortune-telling, tarots, plus a bibliographical references and index.