New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2003. Assisted by Claire A. Conway, with essays by Heidi Applegate and Eleanor Jones Harvey. 237 illustrations, 81 in full color. ix + 273pp., oblong 4to, tan cloth, d.w. New York/ New Haven: Metropolitan Museum of Art/ Yale University Press, (2003). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
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New York: Hudson Hills, 1998. With and introduction by Christine M. Miles. Illustrated profusely in both color and black and white. 332 pages, 4to, red cloth with blind stamping (faint sunning to edges), dust wrapper (all over sunning to the front cover and spine). New York: Hudson Hills Press in association with Albany Institute of History & Art. First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1831. Map. Engraving. 11" x 16 1/2". This detailed map of the State of New York includes labeled cities, rivers, lakes, and regions. There is an inset in the upper right depicting the southern part of Manhattan. Relief shown by hachures. Depicts the history and geography of the state. Lovely map.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1987. Color frontispiece, and 257 illustrations, including 85 in full color. 347 pages. Thick square 4to, burgundy cloth. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art & Abrams, (1987). First edition. A fine copy, lacking the dust wrapper. Published in conjunction with the exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum.
New York: Viking, 1972. Preface by James Biddle; foreword by Carl Carmer. Illustrated throughout in color and b/w. 208pp. Thick 4to, orange cloth (some fading along top edge; tiny ownership signature on front endpaper; slightly chipped wrapper). New York: The Viking Press, (1972). First edition. A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Philadelphia. Case map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Page measures 8.75" x 22.25". Fantastic pocket map following the path of the Hudson River from New York City to Hadley Falls, circa 1840. Each county the river passes through has been differentiated with color and notable towns and cities are marked along the way. As a "Traveller's Companion" the map provides lists of distances between various U.S. cities, hotels, and lengths of U.S. canals. A map of New York City and.....
Philadelphia. Case map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Folded into plain red card. Printed on thin onion skin paper. Page measures 8.75" x 22.25". Unusual pocket map following the path of the Hudson River from New York City to Glenville in Warren County, circa 1846. Each county the river passes through has been differentiated with color and notable towns and cities are marked along the way. As a "Traveller's Companion" the map provides lists of distances of various U.S. cities.....
Rand McNally & Co., 1915. Book with 5 accordion-fold maps. Colored lithograph. Book measures 7 1/2" x 5". This Hudson River guide book to places of Interest for the tourist and excursionists maps the Hudson River in five sections. The first section maps from New York City to Tarrytown. Section 2 extends from Nyack to Newburgh and section 3 covers from Newburgh to Kingston. Kingston to Coxsackie is covered in section 4 while the last section extends from Coxsackie to.....
North HIlls: Bird & Bull, 1982. Thin 8vo, vellum backed paste paper boards. Illustrated by William Osborne. North Hills: Bird & Bull Press, 1982. Limited Edition. Poem written to raise funds for the preservation of Dard Hunter'sone time home, "the oldest house of a Jew in North America". One of 240 copies, printed on paper made by Dard Hunter.