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6. (Cookery) The Key to the Cupboard Published by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church of Waverly, New York. Waverly, NY 1910. 4th Edition 75 pages plus ads in very good cond. $45.00.

8. (Pittsburg Imprint) Deacon, S. An Attempt To Answer The Important Question, What Must I Do To Be Saved, In Three Dialogues Between Prudens and Evangelicus. Pittsburgh: Printed for Luther Thomas By Johnson and Stockton. 1826. 84 pages Blue Wraps rear free endpaper has a tear else in very good cond. $75.00.

 

9. (Ball Invitations-Vermont) 5 Invitations to Balls in Vermont 1870-80's. In Good Condition.  $100.00.


10. (Women Diseases) Trade Card for Fred Hutchins M.D. Physician and Surgeon Newcastle, Maine circa 1870-74. The card notes "I have paid special attention to the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women, having been under the instruction of the celebrated Dr. Duer, at Blockley Hospital, Philadelphia, and also having attended a special course of lectures upon the subject by Prof. E.R. Peaslee, the most eminent gynecologist of the day. I have a full set of Dr. Peaslee's instruments and was his assistant at the last medical term of Dartmouth College.” Some soiling else in good cond. $65.00.
 

 

11. (Eberstadt Catalogues) 2 Catalogues from the firm of Edward Eberstadt, Catalogue 104, 1936 and 123, 1947. One has staining on edge of cover and rust staining from staples else in good cond. $35.00.

 

12. (Abolitionist-Bookplate) Woolman, John. The Works of John Woolman in Two Parts. Philadelphia, John Crukshank, 1775. Second Edition. 432 pages full leather paper label on spine. Bookplate of Micajah Speakman, Junior (1782-1852. of Chester County,PA. Speakman was active in the Underground Railroad and operated a safe house. A great association for an important work by one of America's earliest abolitionists. Front free endpaper is loose. Foxing throughout later ink ownership on title page else in good cond.  $375.00.

 

13. (Automobile-Allen) Small fold out booklet advertising the 1918 Allen. Allen was made in Fostoria, OH. Great graphics in very good cond. $50.00.



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B1. (Art Exhibit  Catalogue-Boston) Boston Art Club Twenty-Third Exhibition Catalogue 1881. 23 pages . Foxing on cover else in good cond. $100.00.

 

B2. (Dress-Small Press) Welfare Handbook No. 7 Dress Being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the Unchristian Apparel Favoured by Females. Printed and Published at S. Dominic's Press, Ditchling, Sussex MCMXXI.13 pages with price one shilling on back cover. Paper wraps in very good cond. $100.00.

 

B3. (Small Press-Will Ransom) Ivor, Winters. Three Poems. The Cummington Press : mlm. 8 pages marbled wraps. With library record label of Will Ransom. In very good cond. $60.00.
B5. (Library Catalogue) Library Catalogue of the First Baptist Sunday School Waldoboro, ME. Circa 1915. 15 pages paper wraps in good cond. $40.00.

 

B6. (Women-Diary) Diary of a 14 year old Margaret E. Whisenhunt of Jackson , Mississippi . June 9, 1923 to Sept. 29, 1923, 96 pages. She remarks on Sunday School, her friends , doing her chores, embroidering, reading James Whitcomb Riley"s Love lyrics and other topics. In a good hand and in very good cond. $185.00.

 

 
B9. (Small Press-Oriole Press) Baskette, Ewing , Springtime! Privately Printed by The Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, NJ 1958. 12 pages  wraps  No.64/100. In very good cond. $60.00.

 

B10. (Small Press-Perishable Press) Prospectus for Squatting Flies/ Quotables. Illustrations by Ellen Lanyon and Calligraphy by Michael Hugley. One shet folded with a form letter press. In Some chipping on the else in in very good cond. $30.00.

 

B11. (Women-Maine) 7 Programs from the Woman's Club of Damariscotta and Newcastle (ME) 1905-06,1906-07,1905-08,1908-09,1909-10,1911-12,1912-13. Various paginations. They met weekly and this list the various topics that were covered. An interesting look at women's life in small town Maine. $100.00.

 

B12. (Children's Chap Book) Aesop's Fables, New York Published by Samuel Wood & Sons  at the Juvenile Book-Store. No. 261 Pearl Street. R & G.S. Wood, Printers No Date circa 1829-35. Illustrations are by Anderson.  44 pages with a blue illustrated covers some wear else in very good cond. $150.00.

 

B13. (Children's Chap Book) Hymns for Infant Minds .Boston: Printed and sold by Lincoln & Edmands, No. 29 Washington Street. 1825. 42 pages. Orange illustrated wraps. Small library stamp on back of front cover. Cover a little loose else in good cond. $125.00.

 

B14. (Trade Card) Arthur F.P. Conant Dealer in Periodicals & Stationary Orange , MA. Circa 1850. Nice color some wear.  2 1/2 X 4. In good cond. $100.00.

 

B15. (Golf-Adirondacks) Brown Swan Club, Schroon Lake, N.Y. In the Adirondacks. Small booklet ( 4 1/4 X 2 3/4) circa 1920's. 20 pages in good cond. $75.00.