New Arrivals




New Arrivals!

Ruined Race Restored-Prophesy

 

1. Monroe, Edwin D. The Ruined Race Restored. An Outline of God's Redemptive Plan. Sword and Shield Tract Society, 39 Market Arcade, Buffalo, NY. No date, circa 1900. 45 pages, in good cond. $35.00.

 

Millenarian Christian-Christadelphian

 

2. Williams, Thomas. The Great Salvation as Revealed and Elaborated in The Scriptures of Truth. The Advocate and Gleaner Publishing House. Englewood, ILL. circa 1890's. 56 pages in good cond. $35.00.

 

Atlanta Georgia Black Beauty Supply Co. 1940's

 

3. Hy-Beaute Hair Dressings. Hy Beaute Chemical Co. Atlanta, GA. Advertising Poster. Circa 1940's. Measures 9 3/4 by  13 3/4. In good cond. SOLD!

 

Vergennes Vermont Penmanship Manuscript 1828

 

4. Young, B.F. Manuscript Book kept by Young who lived in Vergennes, Vermont. It is signed and dated 1828. 46 pages in blue wraps. Good cond. SOLD!

 

 Iowa Corn Exhibit Concord NH Cook Book 1894

 

5. Souvenir Cook Book of the World's Fair Iowa Corn Exhibit and Festival Held Under the Auspices of the Concord Y.M.C.A. December 11-15, 1894. Concord, NH. 79 pages. Front cover stained and a few pages have chips and tears. $95.00.

 

Sinking of Titanic A Scripture View

 

6. Mauro, Philip. The Titanic Catastrophe and Its Lessons-By A passenger on the rescue ship. Boston, MA: Hamilton Brothers. Scriptural Truth Depot. No date. Circa 1912. 26 pages. One signature loose else in good cond. $250.00.

 

Temperance Almanac

 

7. Temperance Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1837. Albany, NY: Packard and Van Benthuysen. 22 pages. Some staining and rough along edges. $45.00.

 

Candy Confectioners Supplies Catalog 1877

 

8. Price List M.E. Page and Co. Wholesale Candy Manufacturers and Confectionary Supplies. 211 & 213 Lake Street. Chicago, IL. September 1877. 16 pages  with manuscript prices in ink on some items. You could buy Sugar Plums, Texas Bon Bon, Spruce Gum Crystalized Fruit, Cake Ornaments and countless other items. SOLD!

 

London Jazz Age Club 1929

 

9. Santa Claus Ball. Kit Kat Club Restaraunt Dec. 18, 1929. 20 page booklet on this ball which was to raise money for Queen's Chatlotte Maternity Hospital. Ads, Programme, Menu, ect. Some staining on inner ede of the cover. With a card  for the Jack Hylton Band in good cond. $150.00.

 

 Book Catalogs

 

10. 6 Catalogues Issued by E. Steiger and Co. 25 Park Place NY. Circa 1893. The Catalogues cover Maps, Atlases, Globes, Geography, Chemistry, Medical Sciences, Education and other topics. Some are in German. One has a tear and the rest are in good cond. Also the envelope they were sent in which is in poor cond. SOLD!

 

Horse Shoe Advertising 1889

 

11. A small collection of advertising items from the Neverslip Horse Shoe Co. 36 India Warf, Boston, MA. circa 1890. Includes a 12 page size sheet catalogue. Some staining else in good cond. $100.00.

 

Gravelotte Guards- Buffalo, NY Hand Colored Menus

 

12. Manuscript Record Book of the Gravelotte Guards, Buffalo, NY: 1889-1896. 69 pages disbound in record book. The Guards, one of the most exclusive and social organizations in Buffalo was founded in 1889 by the leading men of Buffalo. It was a military type organization but had little relationship to the actual battle of Gravelote which took place in Poland. They raised their first money from selling prints of the Battle of Gravelotte hence their name. Among the items in the books are a number of hand done menus for their Annual Banquet along with other ephemera. An interesting look at a local social organization and banquet dining habits of the turn of the Century. SOLD!


 

 

Montpelier Vermont Women's Reading Club 1900's

 

13. 3 Programs for the Church of the Messiah Reading Club. 1906-07, 1907-08 and 1908-09. In good cond. All women club. The programs lists the topics and who is in charge of the meeting. Topics include Up From Slavery, Jacob Riis, Our American Indians, Tolstoi and others. SOLD!

 

Segregation in South Carolina Schools

 

 

14. Thomason, John Furman. History and Experience or the Supreme Court? The Question Asked by the Present Consitutional Crisis. Rock Hill, South Carolina, 1956. 43 pages in good cond. SOLD!

 

Wesleyan University Library Catalogue

 

15. Catalogue of the Library of Wesleyan University. Middletown: William D. Starr, Print, 1937. 52 pages. Cover off but present, water staining around edges of all pages. Fair only. SOLD!

 

Braille Religious Book Confirmation Gift

 

16. Scripture Passages. Revised Braille, Grade 1 1/2. American Bible Society. New York. Circa 1941. With a lengthy inscription to Everill Taylor on her confirmation at Grace Church in Providence, (RI) 1941, The book is loose in its binding else good. $75.00.

 

Cooking Get Gas

 

17. Webber, Carolyn Putman. Demonstation Lecture. 4 pages  2 pages of receipes and on last page an Ad for Glenwood Gas Ranges. No date circa 1915. According to a trade journal from that period, Webber would do these demostrations at shows. Slight staining on edge. $30.00.

 

Christmas Toy Catalogue 1877

 

18. M.E. Page & Co's. Toy List 1877. Merry Christmas. We assume this is the Chicago. Ill Co. (see item 8.) 4 pages in good cond. Check marks on some of items. Everything from penny whistles to circus riders. SOLD!

 

Civil War Soldier's Sailor's Almanac

 

19. The Soldier's and Sailors' Almanac for 1864. Published by the Protestant Episcopal Society For Promotion of Evagelical Knowledge, Bible House, New York and 1224 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  35 pages. Soiling on covers else in good cond. $125.00.

 

Political Intrigue In Virginia 1888

 

20. 3 Letters from Senator Preston Plumb of Kansas to John Wise of Virginia, all circa 1888. One typed, two are in manuscript. Butler was an early Free Soiler and was one of the founders of Emporia Kansas. Wise served in the House of Rep. from Virginia and was active in Virginia politics. One of the ltters references Plumber making a donation to William Mahone. Mahone was a U.S. Senator and for a brief period was involved in the Adjuster Party. This party was made up of poor whites and African Americans. The typed letter mentions Judge Greshan and states in part, "The man, in my opinion, more than any other can lead the Republican Party to victory at the next election is Judge Grisham." Grisham sought the Republican nomination for President in 1888. Very good political content in these letters. In good cond. SOLD!