Pensacola FL: Office of the Chancellor, 2000. Softcover. Scarce. Comprehensive directory for this diocese of 18 northwest Florida counties. It provides the history of the diocese, an organizational chart, administration, and information on the parishes, priests, deacons, and more. Spiral bound cream paper soft cover with title and seal in green. Acquisition information written in ink otherwise very good. 187 pages. REL/07/08/16. Very Good.
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Chincoteague, VA: Charsa Ailes, 1989. Paperback. SCARCE. 8vo. Very good in green side stapled paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Pristine interior with photographic illustrations and maps throughout. 22 pages. VA/012319. Very Good.
D.C. and VA: n.p., 1894-1923. Hardcover. A unique bound ledger containing the business records of the Allegheny Company, primarily based in Rosslyn, VA, from its incorporation in 1894 until its agreement to be bought by the Griffith Coal Company in 1923. The documents include the Charter, the Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, and Stockholder and Director meeting minutes. The documents were handwritten from 1894-1908, after which they were separately typewritten and affixed to the ledger pages. The bound volume has a label on the front cover from the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia,Office of the Auditor, indicating that the ledger was filed as an exhibit in 1923. The ledger is bound in black three quarter leatherMinor rubbing and bumping to exterior. The front hinge is loose and the rear hinge is repaired by tape. Contents are very good. An interesting piece of U.S. corporate history. 151 pages, 127 of which have been used. BUS/051713. Very Good.
Boston: Wright and Potter, 1866. Paperback. Very good in cord-bound paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Minor browning to edges of wrappers. Else is clean and bright. 42 pages. Massachusettes. American History AME3/3182. Very Good.
Hardcover. Brown cloth backed brown paper covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Minor rubbing to boards as well as minor soiling. Light damp staining to front board. Interior is clean and bright with several photographic illustrations tipped in. Untrimmed edges to pages. 97 pages. New York. NY/022211. Very Good.
Chelsea: H. Mason and Son, 1880. Paperback. SCARCE. Very good in beige paper wraps with black title to front wrapper. Minor chipped and creasing to corners. Text is clean and bright. 34 pages. American History. Massachusetts. MA309251. Very Good.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911. Hardcover. Ex Libris. Brown cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Library number in white to food of spine. Minor bumping and chipping to spine ends and slight soiling to rear board. Book plate to front paste down as well as previous owner's signature to front free end page. Minor browning to end pages. Rear hinge is cracked. Line of black marker to top corner of title page. Else is clean and bright. Many un-opened pages. 312 pages. VA/012412. Good +.
Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1919. Hardcover. 8vo. Revised in accordance with provisions of the new charter. Mustard yellow cloth boards with brown title to spine and front board. Fading to title on spine. Minor wear to edges/spine ends. Bump to rear board. Signed by previous owner on ffep. A few pencil marks, but overall interior is very clean. Illustrated. 376 pp. PA/081105. Very Good.
Accomac, VA: Eastern Shore Public Library, 1976. First Edition. Paperback. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE. Staple bound blue paper wrappers with black title to spine. Minor edgewear. Interior is clean and bright. Unpaginated. A union catalog of local history sourcees currently held by the Drummontown Branch, Association for the Preservations of Virginia Antiquities, the Eastern Shore Community College, The Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society, and the Eastern Shore Public Library. VA/051815. Very Good.
Baltimore: American Economic Association, 1887. Hardcover. Near fine in black cloth with gilt lettering to spine, modern rebinding. Interior is clean and bright. 235 pages + ads. New England Regional History. USREG1/5170. Near Fine.
Philadelphia: Carpenters' Hall, 1888. Hardcover. Good in side stapled illustrated beige paper wrappers with title to front panel. Wear to exterior includes chipping, remnants of scotch tape, and previous owner name to front wrapper/Penn State library bookplate to back of front wrapper. Pages are brittle. Text is clean and bright. 41 pages. American History. AME109241. Good.
New York: Privately Printed, 1947. Hardcover. Presentation copy from the author to Dorothy Moyer. First Edition. A famliy history about Hibernia Florida. Very good in original turquoise paper covered boards with blue title to front cover. There is a large chip to the head of the spine and minor wear to the corners and edges of the boards. Clean and bright interior with several photographic illustrations. Nicely printed. 144 pages. AMSTATE/042011. Very Good.
London: James Nisbet and Co., 1914. Hardcover. 8vo. Green cloth backed green paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Ex-library with only 1 small stamp to interior and small paper library label to spine. Small chip to head of spine. Marking in pencil to title page, else very clean with tight binding. 278 pages. State History. ILL/080506. Very Good.
Boston: James B. Bradford / Rand, Avery and Co, 1880. Hardcover. Includes a list of amusements, asylums, bridges, banks, clubs, cemeteries, public buildings, monuments, societies, street car routes, summer resorts, and much more. Advertisements for local businesses including hotels, bicycles, pianos, sewing machines, billiard tables, organs, and more. Bound in the original brown cloth boards with gilt title to front cover. Minor rubbing to covers and minor wear to edges of boards. Foxing throughout, heaviest on the endpapers. Toning to top margins. Occasional pen and pencil markings, mostly to margins and endpapers. Front hinge is split and first signature is a little loose. 92 pages. STA/050318. Good.
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., 1975. Hardcover. First Edition. Very good blue cloth yellow paper backed boards; bright gilt to spine. In very good d.j. and mylar cover. Interior is tight and clean; Index, 526 pp. American State History. PENN/6063. Very Good.
Norfolk County Historical Spciety of Chesapeake, 1974. Paperback. 8vo. Very good in blue illustrated paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Light soiling to front wrapper. Sporadic spots of browning to margins. Else is clean and bright. Index, 212 pages. MAR/021219. Very Good.
Rockford, IL: by the author, 1902. Hardcover. Illustrated. Red cloth boards with gilt title to spine, which reads "The Rescue of Kansas from Slavery with False Claims Corrected." Minor sunning to spine and edges of boards. Slight bumping to corners. Inscription across title page "Alonzo J. Tullock compliments of an old friend, M.L.B." and beneath "From one of my oldest and very best friends I prize this book highly. A.J. Tullock. March 14, 1903." Bookplate from Tullock to front pastedown. 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. Small closed tear to bottom of title page and small open tear to facing tissue guard. Last 60 pages of second title appear to be printed on a different paper stock and are browned. A few dog eared pages. Occasional spots of smudges and foxing, but clean overall. 204 pages / 160 pages. AMER/022019. Very Good.
New York: Valentine's Manual Inc., 1926. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo. Blue cloth boards with gilt title and device to front board. Gilt device is bright, but border is faded. Spine cloth and gilt are faded. Wear to spine ends and corners. Interior is clean with color frontis, tissue guard, and many B&W plates. 388 pp. New York. American State History. NY/31235. Very Good.
New York: Valentine's Manual Inc., 1923. Hardcover. Very good blue boards with bright gilt device and border. minor browning to spine. Light edgewear. Interior very clean and bright; frontis w/o tissue + many color plates and b/w photos. Index, 325 pp. New York History. NY/31331. Very Good.
Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical Commission, 1942. Hardcover. 8vo. Very good in navy cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spine. Minor bumping to corners and spine ends and minor rubbing to boards and spine. Interior is clean and bright. 368 pages with index. STATE HISTORY. PEN108280. Very Good.
Ashland: Ashland Printing Co., 1904. Hardcover. 8vo. VERY SCARCE. Green cloth boards with red title to front board. Interior is clean overall with occasional spots of foxing. Illustrated. Signed by previous owner. 137 pages. State History. VA/031706. Very Good.
Washington, D.C. The United States Capitol Historical Society, 1976. Paperback. Very good in original thick stock gray illustrated wrappers. Interior is tightly bound; illustrated w/80 b/w plates. Mostly clean pages, though a few have pencil checkmarks. Also previous owner's name to title page. 96 pp. American State History. WASHDC/11143. Very Good + in Wraps.
New York: F.J. Ficker, Law & Job Printer, 1879. Paperback. Very good in grey wraps. Some chipping and slight darkening around edges of wraps. Chipping to corners of pages. tears to pages at outer corners throughout. Pages are brittle.Text clean. 31 pages. New York. NY1/6130. Very Good.
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1941. Andrew Wyeth. Hardcover. Limited to 650 copies. SIGNED by the author and artist. This is a special Delaware edition printed exclusively for the Greenwood Book Shop. This copy is not numbered and is marked in pen as "over - run." Part of the Rivers of America Series, this book gives a detailed history of the Brandywine River. Very good in original brown cloth boards with purple and gilt title label stamped on spine. Minor wear to edges of boards and spine ends. Light rubbing to hinges. There are a few light markings to the front board. There are a few small spots of foxing to the illustrated end pages and the first few pages. There is also a previous owner's signature in pen on the front end page; otherwise, the interior is clean. Vignette illustrations by Andrew Wyeth begin each chapter. Includes a laid-in newpaper article about an accident on a bridge across the Brandywine north of Wilmington, DE. At the top of article written in pen is "Baltimore American February 8, 1884." 285 pages including index. STA/060911. Very Good.
New York: McGraw-Hill Company, 1960. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Vg/Vg Dj/8vo./introduction by Cleveland Amory American State History. WASHDC/612121. Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket.