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New York: Argosy Antiquarian, 1964. Illustrated. 625 pages. Large thick 8vo, blue cloth. New York: Argosy-Antiquarian, 1964. Page edges and dust wrapper are foxed; rather musty from being in storage for 40 years, but otherwise a very good un-read copy. Broken Oaths and Reconstruction in Mississippi.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1976. Essay by John Szarkowski. Illustrated with 48 reproductions of Eggleston's color photographs. 112 pages. Small oblong 4to, black leatherette with inset pictorial label. New York: Museum of Modern Art, (1976). First edition. A very near fine copy, signed by Eggleston on a card affixed to title page.
Vol. XXII, No. 5. Saturday, November 3, 1810. folio, 4pp. 5 columns per page. Portsmouth: [William Treadwell], 1810. Contains printing of the Declaration of Independence of West Florida. "...he (Ferdinand VII of Spain) has endeavored to pervert into an engine of destruction, by encouraging, in the most persidious manner, the violation of ordinances sanctioned and established by himself as the law of the land. Being thus left without any hope of protection from the mother country, by being betrayed by.....
The Hitherto Unwritten Record of a Hero of the War of the Rebellion. illus. 97pp. 16mo, later library cloth, portion of original pr. wrs. mounted on covers; (covers lightly soiled, ex-lib, otherwise very good). St. Louis: Nixon-Jones Printing, 1887. Philip Henson was a native of Alabama. He spied on the Confederacy mostly in Mississippi. Later in the war, Henson was captured and imprisoned. He was later released because of a lack of evidence.