Annapolis: Maryland Bicentennial Commission. Paperback. Tall, thin red folder with four booklets inside: Eastern Shore, Central MD, Southern MD, and Western MD. Each booklet lists historic towns and buildings with a short description of each. Pen markings and notes to each booklet. Unpaginated. MD/040820. Very Good.
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San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1987. Hardcover. First Edition. This is"the story of Daniel Berrigan's life and his commitment to the struggle for peace and justice. He creates a portrait of our times out of the words, events, feelings, and choices of his own life. It is a dramatic adn poignant journey that touches and illuminates the wounds of American society" (jacket). Berrigan participated in (and was jailed for) burning 600 draft files at the Selective Service office in Catonsville, MD - as part of the "Catonsville Nine."Maroon cloth spine over grey paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. In grey jacket with brown title to spine and front panels. Red pen markings to front free endpaper, else clean. 356 pages. AMERBIO/061720. Very Good / Very Good.
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1936. Hardcover. First Edition, later printing. Black cloth boards with faded gilt title to spine and emblem of a ship in gilt to front cover. Wear to spine ends, corners, and edges of boards. Minor rubbing and wear to boards. Occasional spots of soiling / smudges to margins but clean overall. Previous ownership signature in pen to front endpaper. Ex-library stamp to bottom of front free endpaper. (This is the ONLY library marking.) 435 pages. AMER/061820. Very Good.
Baltimore: Greater Baltimore Committee Inc, circa 1955. Paperback. Small white side-stapled pamphlet with green title to front panel. Reprinted from the Baltimore Evening Sun. A discussion of how to save / preserve the city as people move to the suburbs. Includes diagrams and plans. Occasional smudge marks and underlining but clean overall. 27 pages. MD/041520. Very Good.
Baltimore: John B. Piet, 1879. Hardcover. A noted historian of his day, Scharf (1843 – 1898) was once called “Baltimore’s Venerable Bede”, and his work continues to be of great value due largely to the inclusion of passages from primary source documents. Bound in brown cloth boards with gilt titles to spines - except where they have chipped off. Chipping and wear to book cloth along spines. The cloth covering the spine of the third volume is mostly gone and the rear board is nearly detached. The title portion of the spine of volume I has also chipped off. The laid in map in rear pocket of volume III is still present. Occasional pencil underlining. A few loose (but present) signatures. Minor browning to margins and occasional foxing. Lacks frontispiece in volume II. Frontis in volume I is detached but present. Includes many illustrations. This is a good reading copy only of this important work. A great, affordable copy for a researcher. Volume I has 556 pages; Volume II has 635 pages; Volume III has 782 pages plus index. MD/041520. Good.