Elliot Island MD: Dogwood Ridge Books, (2006). Paperback. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Fine in white and illustrated paper wrappers wiht dark blue and grey title to front wrapper and dark blue title to spine. Author's inscription to half title page. Else is pristine with black and white photographic illustrations throughout. 241 pages. MD/020619. Fine.
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Mystic, CT: Mystic Seaport Museum, 1998. Hardcover. First Edition. Signed by the author and noted "My Copy." Occasional text markups with pen, possibly by Footner himself. Dark blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine. In blue illustrated dust jacket with white title to spine and front panels. Creasing and tears to edges of jacket. Illustrated. 305 pages. MD/011420. Very Good / Very Good.
Towson, MD: Baltimore County Public Library, 1982. SCARCE. Paperback. 4to. In white paper wrappers with green title to front wrap and to spine. Photographic illustration to front wrap. Slight rubbing to front panel and a few very light spots of soiling to rear panel. Interior clean and bright with black and white photographic illustrations throughout. Index, 95 pages. MD/092712. Near Fine in Wraps.
Oakland, MD: Garrett County Historical Society, 1966. Paperback. Published September 1966. Pages 433 - 448. Side-stapled wraps. Feature story is on Friendsville's Bicentennial. Includes list of deceased members, obituaries, weather news, new members, officers, annual dinner meeting report, Jarboe Family Notes, etc. Clean and bright. MD/090215. Very Good.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1927. Hardcover. This copy is inscribed to writer and historian, Gerald W. Johnson, from his editer at Harper. 12mo. Black cloth backed, red black and gold patterned paper covered boards with white label and black title to spine. Minor browning to title label. Interior is clean and bright with all pages un-opened. 20 pages. Maryland. MAR11092. Very Good+.
Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Books, (2000). Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Black paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Slight bumping to corners and spine ends. Light rolling to spine and rubbing to boards. Author's inscription to title page. A few margin notes though text remains clean and bright. Illustrated. Minor foxing to margins of index. Index, 213 pages. MIL/022819. Very Good.
Baltimore: Privately Printed by Williams and Wilkins, 1942. Hardcover. Very good+ in maroon cloth backed pink paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Light fading to edges and to spine. Light bumping to corners of front board. Interior is clean and bright with untrimmed page edges. Includes frontis illustration. 8vo. 68 pages. Maryland. MAR16/4252. Very Good+.
1915. Pamphlet. Very Good- pamphlet in brown wraps. Tear in back cover has been repaired with archival tape. Piece of fabric tape with number written on it to top corner of front wrapper. Bookplate on inside front flap from Baltimore City Library, City Hall. Author was Secretary of the State Tax Commission of Maryland. Read before the Fifth Conference on State and Local Taxation, January 20, 1915. Marylandia. MD/5203. Very Good.
1915. Pamphlet. Very Good pamphlet in brown wraps. Piece of fabric tape with number written on it to top corner of front wrapper. Bookplate on inside front flap from Baltimore City Library, City Hall. Author was Secretary of the State Tax Commission of Maryland. Read before the Fifth Conference on State and Local Taxation, January 20, 1915. Marylandia. MD/5203. Very Good.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Medicine in association with The Johns Hopkins University Press, (2012). Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. 4to. Fine in dark blue cloth covered boards with silver title to front and spine panels. Pristine interior with photographic illustrations throughout. Author's inscription to title page. Blue illustrated dust jacket with white title to front and spine panels. Index, 405 pages. BALT/112019. Fine / Fine.
Philadelphia, PA: Stedman, Brown & Lyon, 1873. This map is from [O.W.] "Gray's Atlas of the United States with General Maps of the World, Philadelphia, Stedman, Brown & Lyon 1873." It is one of many variations of reprints variations of reprints from Colton's (1800-1893) original "General Atlas," that was printed from 1857 through 1888. Colton may have copied this map's format from Sidney E. Morse (1794-1871) and Samuel Breese' (1802-1873) 1845 version of "Maryland and Delaware. (with) District of Columbia." Later, Publisher, A.J. Johnson used Colton's format of this map in his 1860 edition of "Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas." Johnson did not use the famous "Colton" border, but rather created his own and substituted an engraving of the US capitol where the inset of Washington, D.C. was. Gray completely omitted any decorative border in this example; however, portions of the map extend out beyond the simple border to where the Colton and Johnson decorative borders would have been. The map is a steel engraving. Delaware and Maryland are divided into hand colored counties and cities, major roads, railroads, geographic details, and major bodies of water featuring the Chesapeake Bay, Potomac River, Delaware Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean. Inset in lower left corner presents "District of Columbia" with "references" identifying major sites by number and a "Scale of Miles." The reverse page contains "Gray's Atlas Map of New Jersey. 97." Fading on edge of page and two small tape markings on reverse. Size of Map: 30.2cm X 41.5cm (11 7/8" X 16 1 4") Framed. #45460. Near Fine.
New York: Harry N Abrams, 1990. Hardcover. "Focusing largely on the waterscape of the Bay, photojournalist Bob Grieser pays close attention to the vessels that ply it - both old and new - and the men and women who live and work on its islands and shores ... Grieser takes a particularly close look at the skipjack working boats and classic log sailing canoes ..." (dust jacket). Near fine in grey cloth boards with white title to spine. Light sunning to top edges of boards. Clean and bright. In illustrated black and white dust jacket with white title to spine and front panels. Includes 150 duotone photographic illustrations. 208 pages. MD/041718. Fine / Fine.
Baltimore: 1886. Pamphlet. SCARCE. Very good minus pamphlet in original grey paper wrappers, which are detached and lightly chipped, but quite clean. Interior pages are very clean and bright, no foxing or staining. Illustrated. In a protective envelope. 52 pages. Maryland History. MD/11213. Very Good -.
New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912. Hardcover. The standard edition of this set was issued in three volumes and included a volume on the history of Baltimore. This deluxe edition was issued with only the two biographical volumes. Includes "ample narratives of the life careers of many of the makers of the history of the city of Baltimore. Leaders in the various epochs of its wonderful growth here receive appropriate mention, which, it is believed, will not only be esteemed as a proper tribute to their characters and achievements, but will afford an inspiration for the future" (introduction). A full page portrait and/or a coat of arms accompanies each biographical entry. The coats of arms are printed in full color. Bound in three quarter dark brown leather with marbled paper covered boards and gilt titles to spines. Rubbing to spine and boards and wear to edges of boards including chipping to paper along edges. The front hinge of volume one is starting. Small library sticker to the foot of the spines of both volumes. Small closed tears and folds to edges of some tissue guards, offsetting from some portraits, and slight toning to margins of come pages, but very clean and bright overall. 613 pages. Size: Large quartos. MD/010616 This set may require an additional shipping fee. Very Good.