Baltimore: William Ogden Niles, 1822. Hardcover. Ex-library from the Mercantile Library Association of Baltimore with bookplate to front pastedown and embossed stamp to a few pages. Bound in three quarter red leather over marbled paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Chipping to leather on spine, which affects the title. Chipping and wear to spine ends, edges of boards, and corners. Front hinge is starting. Dampstaining to boards and to textblock. Browning to pages; however, text remains bright. A good reading copy. 495 pages. American Revolution. AME/032818. Good.
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New York: Kirk and Mercein, 1820. Hardcover. Good- condition, full leather 8vo., both boards detached, text block split in two and a few signatures loose. Heavy chipping to edges of boards and corners very worn. Spine lacks right half of red & gilt label; spine is cracked down the middle and has some leather loss. Interior is lightly browned w/age but text still bright, light foxing throughout, though pages mostly clean. Detached and heavily chipped ffep; title page and subsequent page lack top right corner due to chipping. Bookplate and library plate to pastedown fep. Good candidate for rebinding. 356 pp. American History. AME/6203. Good-.
Salt Lake City: The Bureau of Information. Paperback. No date, circa 1920s. Very good in original color illustrated, side-stapled paper wraps. 12mo. Minor foxing to exterior. Interior very clean, contains many black and white photographic illustrations of Utah sites, as well as those in neighboring states. In wraps. 95 pages. Utah. Americana (wraps). AME/4253. Very Good.
Framingham, Massachusetts: Old American Company, (1924). Hardcover. 4to. Very good in dark green cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Wear to exterior includes bumping to sping ends and corners, minor bubbling and creasing to cloth on front board and spine, and minor soiling to rear board. Minor browning to top edge of first and last few pages. Else is clean and bright with more than fifteen hundred illustrations. Index, 716 pages. FURN/062718. Very Good.
Chicago: Thompson & Thomas, (1906). Hardcover. Illustrated by F. Opper. Very good in blue illustrated cloth boards with white lettering to front board and to spine. Rubbing to spine lettering. Light browning to spine and minor bumping to corners and spine ends. Split to binding though it remains tight. Text is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. American History. AMH1/9060. Very Good.
Lancaster, PA: The Jaques Cattell Press, 1944. Hardcover. 8vo. Black cloth covered boards with faded yellow title to front board and to spine. Minor bumping to spine ends. Slight toning to edges of pages. Slight musty smell. Else is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. Blue, black and white illustrated dust jacket with white title to front panel and black title to spine panel. Wear to jacket includes chipping to edges and minor foxing. Wear to front hinge of dust jacket has been expertly repaired with archival tape. Index, 255 pages. American Indian. AMIND/012412. Very Good + in Very Good Minus DJ.
New York: Published for the Civil-Service Reform Association by G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1881. Hardcover. Good+ in green cloth backed grey paper covered boards with black title to front board. Chipping to cloth on spine and browning and bumping to edges. Browning to first and last pages. Else is clean and bright. 23 pages. Reprinted from Parton's Life of Andrew Jackson. American History. AME811201. Good +.
1800. Hardcover. Full leather binding with red leather title label to spine. This book has been rebacked using the original boards and pieces of the original spine. Chipping to leather along hinges with new material visible. Offsetting from the leather on the first and last few pages otherwise the interior is clean and bright. Chipping to edges of a few pages. Includes chapters 230 - 345. Also includes two folded manuscript pages bound in at front including an Account of the Direct Tax on Land and results of the general election held at Wilsonville in the Palmyra township. 188 pages. (531-719). Mid-Atlantic States. PA2/03301. Very Good Minus.
Boston: Richard G. Badger, (1912). Hardcover. Scarce. 8vo in green cloth covered boards with green title to front board and spine. Minor fading to spine. Minor bumping to spine ends and corners. Inscriptions to previous owners and book plate to front free end page and paste down as well as a poem titled "Lines to a Dirt Farmer's Wife" written in pencil. List written in pencil to rear free end page. Slight foxing to end pages and to the edges of a few pages. Else is clean and bright. 300 pages. AME/100917. Very Good.
Detroit: Michigan Christian Advocate Press, No date. Paperback. Circa 1930s. Very good in grey illustrated paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Minor edgewear and yellowing to wrappers. Light yellowing to pages. Text is bright. Many illustrations throughout. 93 pages. American History. AME1/3252. Very Good.
Providence: Knowles and Vose, 1842. Paperback. Good in red paper wrappers. Disbound. Edgewear to wrappers. Minor edge wear to first and last few pages. Minor damp stain to inside margin. Inscription to a Col. Stone from a P. N. Engs to top edge of title page. Else is clean and bright. Rhode Island. American History. AME210291. Good.
New York: Charles L. Woodward, 1888. Hardcover. Originally printed in 1792, this edition was printed in 1888 with an index added. John Pope (1754 - 1795) was an American soldier in the American Revolution who traveled and explored the U.S. during frontier times. He wrote about his travels in this book, which is still valued by historians as it gives a first hand view of these largely unsettled territories in the early history of the United States. An attractive volume bound in three quarter black leather over green and blue marbled paper covered boards. Gilt title, decoration, and raised bands to spine. Wear and rubbing to hinges, edges of boards, and corners. Marbled endpapers and top edge gilt. Bookplate of A.J. Tullock to front pastedown. Tullock (? - 1904) was an engineer from Illinois who later owned the Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron Company. Clean interior. 104 pages plus index. AMER/022019. Very Good.
New York: Macmillan, 1932. Hardcover. SCARCE IN DUST JACKET. 8vo. Blue cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Minor browning to end pages. Else is clean and bright. Black and orange price clipped dust jacket with orange title to front panel and white title to spine. Wear to dust jacket includes fading to spine, chipping to edges and one closed tear to rear panel. Front panel of dust jacket is detached but has been repaired with archival tape. American State History. PENN711011. Very Good in Good + DJ.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1925. Hardcover. Very good in maroon cloth covered boards with glt title to front board and to spine. Minor fading to spine and to gilt. A few small spots of discoloration to spine. Interior is clean and bright with frontispiece and tissue guard. American Biographical History. BIO209051. Very Good.
New York: PublicAffairs, 2018. Paperback. Advance Reading Copy printed with no index. "A vivid political history of the schemes, plots, political maneuvering, and conspiracies that have attempted - successfully and not - to remove unwanted presidents" (rear cover). Beige paper wrappers with red spine panel titled in black. Clean and bright. 287 pages. AME/100318. Fine.