New Arrivals

New Arrivals!


A4. (Children's Book) Grandpapa Pease's Tom Thumb. Published by E. H. Pease and Co. Albany, nd: circa 1840's or 50's.  8 pages. There is a tear to first page where it is coming apart from the cover, else in good condition. $100.00.

A9. (Maine-Hunting) 17 Albumen photographs of hunters at their Maine camp and the various animals they killed. The photos are dated 1893 and are in the Moose Horn region.  The photos measure 4 ½” x 6”. There are also 7 smaller photos. Some creases but in good condition. $375.00.

A12. (Photo illustrated) Landfear, N. Maria. Reminiscences of Father Hawley. Hartford, 1877. 99 pages with a tipped in photo Father Hawley. Some staining to cover, else in good condition. $90.00.

A13. (Western Americana) Denver Illustrated. 1890-91. Denver Real Estate  and Stock Exchange  Annual Report. A Glance at Business Conditions, Architectural Features and Material Progress of "the Queen City of the Plains". Press of Carlson Hurst, & Co. Art Printers. Denver, Colorado. 38 pages. Includes printed letter from the Denver Public Library sending the book. There is a library bookplate and call numbers on the back cover. No other markings, in good condition. $375.00.

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B4. (Binding) Johnson, Samuel. Rasselas, A Tale. London: W. Suttaby & B. Crosby, & Co., 1806. 3” x 4 ¾”. Minor wear to the binding and occasional foxing. $40.00.


B9. (Black Americana)

DuBois,W.E.B., The Negro Artisan A Social Study. Atlanta University Press, Atlanta, GA 1902. 192 pp. Paper

wraps heavily soiled and worn. Piece missing from back wrap not affecting text. The contents are in good cond. $350.00.

B11. (Black Americana) Testimony of Stokely Carmichael. Hearing to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws. Washington, 1970. 29 pp. In good condition. $95.00.

B15. (Constitution) A Brief History of the Manufacturers and Mechanics Library Association of Lewiston, ME with Constitution and By-Laws. Lewiston, Maine: Printed at the Journal Office, 1897. 15 pp. Good condition with toning to the wraps. $95.00.

B17. (The Constitution) The Newport Herald for August 21, 1788 with an anti-federalist play and poem on the back page. The is against the newly adopted U.S. Constitution and it ends with “T. and I, sir will go to my quarters, drown sorrow in a pint of New England rum…. For the Fed’s for us are too stout.” Good condition and removed from a bound volume. $250.00.

B19. (Juvenile). Dr. Watts' Divine songs for children. [Boston]: Lincoln & Edmans, Circa 1819. 24 pp. Plain green wraps with “Sabbath School Library 26” on the front cover and an ownership note on the verso of the front wrap dated 1819. Welch, 1413. The AAS copy mention an ad for books on the back cover so some copies may have had outer wraps. $150.00.

B20. (Juvenile) Sherwood, [Mary Martha]. The Hedge of Thorns… Plymouth, [N.H.]: H.E. Moore, 1824. 84 pp. Paper covered boards. Fly leaf almost detached, foxing and a book plate of the New Hampshire Antiquarian Society. $50.00.

B25. (Maine)
The Maine Register and United States Calendar 1827. Hallowell: Glazier & Co., 1827. 152 pp. Very good with wear to the wraps and date on the cover written over in ink. Signed by Stephen Longfellow who was the father of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Nicely slip cased. $100.00.

B26. (Maritime) Pierre Le Turc Capitain op het Vlissingsche Kaper-Schip De Zeeuw.  T. Perkois was the artist, Pieter Willem Megen was the engraver and this was issued in 1783. 10 ¾” x 14 ¼”. Very good.  Pierre le Turcq was a Dutch privateer in the 1780’s. Before he captained his own ship, he was a crew member on a ship captained by John Paul Jones. From 1781 to 1782 he had a successful but brief career harassing the British and captured several vessels.   $375.00.