n.p. Hardcover. Good condition. This book has been re-backed using red cloth along the spine and the original boards. The boards are heavily rubbed and frayed along edges. Both hinges are cracked. It is lacking the title page. Several pages are loose, but present. There are tears and chips to several pages. Some foxing and smudges to interior. This is a good reading copy. Includes many color maps and many black and white illustrations. AME/3083. Good.
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New York: Dover Publications, 1959. Hardcover. 8vo. Brown cloth boards with blue title to spine. Clean, tight interior with many fold out maps. Green dust jacket with black title to spine. Minor fading to spine of jacket and minor wear to edges. Index, 743 pages. Geography. GEO/050406. Fine in Very Good dj.
New York: Leavitt and Allen, 1853. Hardcover. SCARCE. Includes vignette illustrations for each state. Very Good minus in original purple cloth. Lacks map. The spine of volume one is repaired at the head. Chipping to cloth along joints. The cloth along the spine and boards has faded into a tan color and there are a few light damp stains. Bumping to corners. Foxing to first and last few pages, antiquated owner name on early blank page, otherwise interior clean. 861 pages. Geography. AME1/7181. Very Good Minus.
New York: Random House, 2017. Hardcover. Described by the publisher as a concise and deeply moving portrait of the American landscape from coast to coast. It offers a detailed and pragmatic framework for our foreign policy at a time when there is little consensus about who we are and what we should be doing with our power overseas. Bound in black paper covered boards with red paper spine. In a pictorial cover with white spine and title and author to each. In fine condition. 201 pages. TRAV/100418. Fine.
Paris: Librairie Hachette, 1877. Hardcover. Very good in three quarter leather with gilt lettering and raised bands on spine and marbled paper covered boards. Top edge of pages in gilt. Wear along outer hinges and the front hinge is a bit tender. A few scuff marks to boards, and some crackling of the spine leather. Sporadic foxing. Front endpage is present but detached. Thin black marking to title page. 234 maps in text with 10 in color, nine of which are double-page maps. Geography. GEO1/10260. Very Good.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965. Hardcover. 4to. Very good orange paper covered boards with gilt and red title to spine. Minor wear to spine ends. Interior is clean, bright and tight. 19 black and white plates, some fold out + 10 figures of maps. A lovely title. Index, 290 pages. Medieval History. MEDIEVAL/020218. Very Good.
New York: Interstate Map Company, 1930. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo. Official information of Streets, House Numbers, Banks, Hotels, Homes, Hospitals, Parks, Post Offices, Schools, Street Car and Bus Lines, Theatres, Libraries, etc. Faded orange paper wrappers with black title to front panel. Side-stapled. Interior is very clean with bright text. Folded, indexed map is no longer present. Pencil markings to rear free end page and a few pages throughout, though text is still ledgible. Signature of previous owner to front wrapper. 128 pages. New Jersey. AMER/063004. Very Good.
New York City: Interstate Map Co. Paperback. SCARCE. Very Good. 12mo. Official information of Streets, House Numbers, Banks, Hotels, Homes, Hospitals, Parks, Post Offices, Schools, Street Car and Bus Lines, Theatres, Libraries, etc. Red paper wrappers with black title to front panel. Side-stapled. Interior is very clean with bright text. Folded, indexed map is no longer present. 128 pages. New Jersey AMER/062804. Very Good.
New York: American Geographical Society, c.1951. Paperback. Very good in original blue, textured, side-stapled wraps. Slight fading to outer edges. Interior is quite clean and bright. Illustrated with 2 black and white photos of Bowman, who was also the president of the Johns Hopkins University. 59 pages. Geography. GEO/7253. Very Good+.