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Masonic Broadside Festival of St. John The Baptist Portsmouth, N.H. 1855


NA1. Masonic Notice Celebration of the Festival of St. John The Baptists. Portsmouth, June 23, A.L. 5855 [1855]. Daily Chronicle Job Printing Office. Measures 9 1/2 X 6 1/2. In good cond. $140.00. 
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Trade Catalogue Hospital Supply Co. New York Mount Sinai Hospital 1930's


NA2. Illustrated Catalogue No. 2. Aseptic Hospital Furniture. Manufactured by The Hospital Supply Co. 35-37 East 20th Street, NY, NY. No date, circa 1930's. 166 pages in good cond. Includes illustrations of the various departments of Mount  Sinai Hospital. $100.00.

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Temperance Almanac 1843 Utica- Albany New York


NA3. Perkins, G.R. (calculator Utica NY). The Temperance Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1843. Albany: From The Steam Press of C. Van Benthuysen. 36 pages. Library blind stamp (where we purchased it from). In good cond. $40.00.

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Sons Of Temperance Manual Admission Of Ladies Songs Music


NA4. Williams, W. The Sons of Temperance Manual Containing Hymns, Music, and Responses. "Opening", "Admission of Ladies", "Initiation".... Boston: Shepard, Clark & Brown, 1858. 48 pages, some foxing. $100.00.

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Study Native American Head Hair Signed


NA5. Woodbury, George and Edna. Differences Between Certain of the North American Indian Tribes As Shown by a Microscopical Study of Their Head Hair. The State Historical Society of Colorado. Denver, Colorado: 1932. 37 pages Inscribed by George Woodbury. In good cond. $35.00.

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Venice Center WI Archive 1860's Farming-Negroes With Small Pox-Evansville-Business


NA6. Small Archive of Caleb Cranston of Venice Center (1862-1873). Thirty plus items. Over half are financial related with many from Winston & Bennett of Evansville. Letters talk of Negroes having Small Pox in Evansville, difficulty of farming, many people going to Iowa and further west, lack of money, drought. and the new Cheese Factory in Evansville. Some faded but all are legible. $125.00.

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English Butcher Her Majesty's Purveyor Royal Navy Prices for U.S. Ship California


NA8. Printed Announcement of John S. Easterly Removal of Premises. Her Majesty's Purveyors to Supply the Royal Navy... Guardians of different Unions supplying their poor with Butcher's meat.  Dated 1859. Single sheet folded. On inside is a manuscript list of prices for the Ship California. $75.00.

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Pioneer Life in The West, 3 Libbie Rare Book Catalogues 1925-26


NA9. Three Pioneer Life in the West Catalogues issued by C.F. Libbie and Co. Boston, MA.: 1925-26. (A-Z). Some wear else in good cond. An interesting look at the Western Americana market in the 1920's. $50.00.

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Large Portion of Pittsburgh Burns Allegheny City Sermon 1845


NA10. Swift, Rev. E.P. Swift. The Calamity of Pittsburgh. A Sermon Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Allegheny City. April 24, 1845. Allegheny: Kennedy & Brother, Federal Street, 1845. 27 pages. Removed from a bound volume in good cond. $100.00.

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Northern Territory Massacre Lt. Grattan Sioux Mormons 


NA11. Report of the Secretary of War in Compliance ....calling for copies of all the correspondence respecting the massacre of Lt. Grattan and his command by Indians. Sen Doc. July 156. 27 pages removed from a bound vol. Light staining else in good cond. It appears this all started when a cow belonging to a Mormon immigrant was killed by a Sioux Indian. $100.00.

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How Did Yellowstone Park Gets Its Name


NA12. Helmuth, Dr. William Tod. Yellowstone Park and How It Was Named.  With sketches by John T. McCutcheon and Photographs by F. Jay Hays. Compliments of Yellowstone Park Transportation Co. Circa 1892. 16 pages in good cond. $50.00.

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Architecture Cincinnati Ohio Pre-Cut House Buy A Home For  $326.00 Catalogue


NA13. Already Cut Houses. Norwood Sash and Door Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Circa 1910. 44 pages. Plans and prices for all sorts of homes that will be shipped to you. Prices from $326.00 to $2,230.  $100.00.

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Child Labor Louisiana 1914 Annual Conference  New Orleans Lewis Hine


NA14. The Child Labor Bulletin. February, 1914. Tenth Annual Conference (New Orleans, LA.)  New York, New York. 81 pages. Covers are chipped and loose. Contains an article by Lewis Hine, "Present Conditions in the South" with his photographic illustrations. $100.00.

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Bibliography of Black American Artists Artis-Bearden-Burke


NA15. Igoe, Lynn. Artis, Bearden & Burke A Bibliography & Illustrations list. Museum of Art, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC. 1977. 49 pages some wear else in good cond. Covers the work of William Artis, Romare Bearden and Selma Burke. $50.00.

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Phin Creation Religion


NA16. Phin, John. The Chemical History of the Six Days of Creation. New York: The Handicraft Publication Co., 1872. 95 pages in good cond. Phin (1832-1913) was a lawyer, teacher and author. He wrote books on everything from Shakespeare to how to be a good mechanic. One of those interesting characters from the 19th Century. $75.00.

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Cincinnati Old Men's Home Run By Women 1888


NA17. Eighth Annual Report of the Old Men's Home of Cincinnati, Ohio 1883. 36 pages in good cond. It is interesting to note that the Trustees are all men, but all the officers and managers are women. $50.00.

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Makemie Presbyterian-Maryland Delaware Virginia


NA18. Bowen, Rev. L.P. The Days of Makemie; Or, The Vine Planted A.D. 1680-1708. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1885. 558 pages in good cond. Francis Makemie is considered the father of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. $50.00.

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Portland Maine Broadside  European and North American Railway- Canada-St Johns


NA19. Portland [Maine] Advertiser. Thursday Dec. 2, 1869. Noon Edition. "Twenty Years Work The European and North American Railway", with Telegrams on the Opening of the Western Extension of the Line from St. Johns. Tear on one of the folds else in good cond. $100.00.

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Irish American Lawyer Easter Rebellion 


NA22. Cohalan, Hon. Daniel E. The Indictment. Published by the Friends of Irish Freedom. 280 Broadway, New York: 1919. 19 pages in good cond. Colahan was a lawyer and leader in the U.S. for Irish Freedom. He helped in the financing and planning of the Easter Rebellion of 1916 and also sending Roger Casement to Germany. $100.00.
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Richmond Indiana City Directory Map And Ads 1857


NA24. Plummer, John T. A Directory of the City of Richmond, Containing Names, Business and Residences of the Inhabitants Together with A Historical Sketch. Richmond, Indiana: Published by R.O. Dormer & W.R. Holloway, 1857. 168 pages, recently rebound in black buckram. Tipped in map has some old tape residue and minor loss on fold. $375.00.
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Heidelberg Catechism Kaufman Pioneer Printer Canton Ohio Harmon-Tuetonia Utopia


NA26. Mahnenschmidt, Der ... Heidelbergiche Catechimus.... Canton, Ohio: Peter Kaufman, 1834. 96 pages. In blue covered boards, good cond. This Catechism was printed by an early pioneer Printer of Northern Ohio. Peter Kaufman, German immigrant and intellectual professor of languages at the Harmony School. In 1833, he established a Utopian community in Ohio called Tuetonia. He then moved to Canton where he became a printer. Nice early example of pioneer printing.  $300.00.
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Women-Neighborhood Gossip


NA27. Neighborhood Gossip. Dream Book. Buffalo: Dr. Pierce, circa 1910. 32, [2] pp. Very good. Includes a guide to interpreting dreams, cooking recipes, ads for medicine for women including one to help high “strung girls” transition to womanhood. Pierce also ran an invalids’ hotel in Buffalo, and this is advertised on the rear wrap. $25.00. 

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Nathaniel Low Almanack Boston 1785


NA28. Low, Nathaniel. An Astronomical Diary Or Almanack 1785. Printed by T & J. Fleet, Boston: [1784]. 24 pages. Worn and chipped with library blindstamp. $125.00.
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Laws Of The City Of Washington D.C. Dogs Swine Running Wild 1819


NA29. Laws Passed by the Seventeenth Council of The City Of Washington [D.C.] [1819]. 55 pages, ex lib. In good cond. They dealt with such issues as dogs and swine running wild. $125.00.
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Ojibway English Reader Canada George Buskin Colportage Efforts Language


NA30. Wawanosh, William (Translator). Ojibway and English Reader Home and Sunday School Instructor Second Edition International Colportage Mission Toronto, Canada, 1906. 32 page in good cond. George Buskin who was the agent for the Mission traveled around, selling various religious books in various languages and was always trying to get more religious works published in foreign languages.  $200.00.
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Hans Wiener/Jan Veen Summer Dance School Chicago-Winnetka IL 1939 Broadside


NA31. Broadside Advertising Hans Wiener Summer Course in Dane in Chicago and Winnetka, 1939. Measures  10 1/2 X 7 1/4. Has been folded. $50.00.
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Male Bastion University Club NY  Including Rules For the Ladies Dining Room


NA32. Annual Of the University Club Seventy-Eighth Year 1942-43. Club House, NY: 1942. 148 pages, includes two pages Rules For the Ladies' Dining Room. $35.00.
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Newburyport MA Public Library Report With Catalogue Of Books


NA33. Thirty-First Annual Report of the Directors of the Newburyport Public Library, 1887. 53 pages. Includes a 31 page Supplement to the Catalogue to the Newburyport Library 1886. Some chipping and staining . $45.00.
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Two Fabian Society Portsmouth England Letters 1894  Unemployed 


NA34. Two Letters from W. Shipley Godfrey? to Unknown person in Portsmouth [England]. Fabian Society Stationary, dated  6/1/94 and 8/1/94. In the letter Godfrey talks about his work registering the unemployed and a large meeting at the Workingman's Club. In good cond. $85.00.
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Cramer's Magazine Almanack Pittsburgh 1830


NA35. Hill, Sanford. Cramer's Magazine Almanack For The Year Of Our Lord 1830. Pittsburgh: Printed and sold by Cramer and Speare, [1829]. 72 pages. 4 pages have small tear at top with small loss of text. $100.00.
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Ethel Beebe- Count  Tolstoy- Joint Book -Marriage Not Reform School


NA36. 1 1/2 page typed letter from Ethel Fairmont Beebe (Monty) to Caroline Marshall Dated Cheshire, CT. March 10, 1933.  In good cond. Beebe writes about her relationship with Tolstoy and a book they were both working on. She wants the manuscript back and suggests someone else should help him write the book. She goes on the state, "Marriage in my estimation is not a reform school."  $75.00.
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Four Eberstadt Book Catalogues CA Gold Rush-Texas-Constitutions-Lincoln-Americana


NA37. Four Catalogues Issued by Edward Eberstadt  and Sons. 125, A Gold Rush. 162 Texas. 164 Americana. 165 Lincolniana. 166 American Constitutions. All In good cond. $100.00.
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Real Estate Broadside  Homer Medina County Ohio 1872


NA38. Ex'utor's Sale of Real Estate. Signed Jno. Oldman and Dated February 6, 1862.  Measures  9 X 12, in good cond. $45.00.
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Rev. John Brainerd New Jersey Native American Missionary


NA39. Brainerd, Rev. John. The Journal of Rev. John Brainerd From January 1761 to October 1762 with an Introduction by Prof. George Macloskie. Toms River, N.J.: Printed at the Office of the New Jersey Courier, 1880. 25 pages some cover wear. Brainerd was an early and important Missionary to the Native Americans of New Jersey. $75.00.
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Temperance Almanac 1848  Albany New York 


NA40. Temperance Almanac, No. 7. For the Year of Our Lord 1840. Second Edition. Albany: [1847]. Some soiling and staining on covers. $45.00.
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Boston Children's Chap Book 1829 White Palfrey


NA41. [By The Author of Thomas Mansfield]. The White Palfrey. Boston: Cotton and Barnard, 1829. 20 pages in good cond. $50.00.
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Middle Class Takes On the Rich of Boston 1822


NA42. Defence of the Exposition of the Middling Interest on the Right of Constituents To Give Instructions To Their Representatives, And The Obligation Of These To Obey Them. Boston: July 1822. 16 pages, small tear on title page. Middle Class of Boston rise up against the rich and powerful. $100.00.
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Native American Upper Missouri Blackfeet County 


NA43. Cumming, A. (Superintendent of Indian Affairs). Indians in the Upper Missouri. Message of the President of the United States. [Washington, D.C.]: 1856. Tears on title page, uncut. This is Cummings report on an Expedition Blackfeet Country. $150.00.
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Three Moffat's Agricultural And  Patent Medicines Almanacs Women Testimonials 1840-60


NA44. Moffats Agricultural Almanac 1845, 1846 and 1860. New York: Published by Dr. William Moffat. Different  pagination. Embossed library stamp else in good cond. In the patent medicine ads which are extensive we see testimonials from both men and women. $80.00.
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Odes Franklin Club Supper Boston 1861-John Richardson-F.C, Hopkinson


NA45. Odes Composed For The Supper of The Franklin Club At ""Parkers." March 1, 1861. 4 pages folded. Contains Odes by F.C. Hopkinson and John Ballard Richardson. $45.00.
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Lake Champlain Vermont- French Wars- Battle Of Plattsburgh Poem 


NA46. Curring, Sewall S. Lake Champlain A Poem. Burlington, VT.: 1877. 24 pages in good cond. Among topics covered by the poem are French Wars and Battle of Plattsburgh. $45.00.
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By-Laws New England Society of Psychiatry 1925


NA47. New England Society of Psychiatry -By Laws and List of Members, 1925. 22 pages in good cond. $35.00.
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Mennonite Hymns Fraternity of the Brethren Covington, Miami Co., O Imprint 1867


NA48. A Collection of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs.... The Fraternity of the Brethren... Covington, Miami, Co., O.: 1867. 558 pages. Tooled red leather with marbling on for foredge. The leather is scuffed. $125.00.

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Bibliotheca Americana Book Catalogue Robert Clarke Cincinnati OH 1875 Binder's Ticket


NA49. Bibliotheca Americana Catalogue of A Valuable Collection of Books and Pamphlets Relating To America.... Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati: 1875. 180 pages of priced items. Quarter leather chipped and scuffed with Siebert & Lilley Book Binders Columbus, OH label. $125.00.

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Patent Medicine And A Change Of Climate-Atlantic City-Florida-Colorado-Aiken


NA50. "Bethesda". A Traveller's Criticism On Our Heath Resorts. Boston: Billings and Clapp & Co. Publishers, 1885. 32 pages in good cond. What people need is Nichols' Bark and Iron Tonic and a change in climate. The book touts their tonic and the various healthy places to visit. $50.00.

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Receipt Made Put By John Trumbull To Dominick Lynch For Prints Bunker Hill -Quebec


NA51. Receipt made out by John Trumbull and signed by Dom Lynch. New York, Jan. 13th, 1807. The document has a tear down the middle which has been repaired with archival tape. Lynch had lost his original subscribers receipt given to him Feb. 4, 1791. He now acknowledges that he has received the two prints: Bunker Hill and Attack of Quebec, from Trumbull for payment of $14.00  and promises to guarantee him against any demands. $900.00.
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Tuscaloosa Alabama Imprint 1835 University of AL Alva Woods


NA52. Woods, Alva. Baccalaureate Address Delivered August 10, 1835 at the Fourth Annual Commencement of the University of the State of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, ALA: Meek & M'Guire, 1835. 12 pages removed from a bound volume. In good cond. $50.00.
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Knox Manual Labor College Deed Galesburg IL No Alcohol 1847 


NA53. Deed from the Trustees to Knox Manual Labor College to Harvey Sexton for lot 4, 5 and 6 in Galesburg, IL. Dated Aug 10, 1847, with an attached receipt from the Recorders office. Small tear  on fold, else in good cond. The document is signed by the Secretary of the College, Nehemiah Losey who laid out the town of Galesburg. If the new owner of the deed sells intoxicating drink the deed is voided.The college got its charter in 1837 after a group purchased a large lot of land for the school. Land was sold off to support the college and students. The college was one of first to admit African Americans and Women. It was the site of the first Lincoln Douglas debate. $100.00.
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First Home Of Man America Signed Book With Letter W. Rockwood Conover


NA54. Conover, W. Rockwood. The Legend of Our Antiquity. Fort Orange Press, 1913. Published by the author. 42 pages. Signed by the author with a typed letter from the author. Small stains on cover. The author's thoughts on where civilization started. $50.00.
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Musical Geography Used With Mitchell Pelton Sarah Lyon Troy NY 1848


NA55. Lyon, Sarah M. The Musical Geography. A New and Natural Arrangement  ....Designed to be used with Mitchell's School Atlas or Pelton's Outlines. Troy, NY: 1848. 108 pages, wraps are torn and in poor cond. Contents foxed. $75.00. 
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Large Fold Out Advertisement North Western School For Stammerers 1916


NA56. Special Announcement for the Winter Season. North-Western 2116 Grand Ave. Milwaukee, WI:  1916. One sheet that opens up.Tears on folds. $45.00.
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Minnesota Massacre Sioux War 1862-63


NA58. A Thrilling Narrative of The Minnesota Massacre and The Sioux War Of 1863-63. Illustrated. Chicago: A.P. Connolly, 1896. 273 pages. Ex Lib. White numbers on spine & lib. stamps inside. $85.00.
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Novel Life In The Mountains And Forests Around Fayette Springs, PA.  1891 Moonshine


NA59. Ryan, Marah Ellis. A Pagan of the Alleghanies. Chicago and New York: Rand McNally & Co. Publishers, 1891. 297 pages. One page loose, small  tears a few small tears on other pages. Ryan lived in Fayette Springs and based the book on that area. $45.00.
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Washington Territory Missionary Episcopal  Native American Makah 1888


NA60. Proceedings of the Eighth Convocation of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Missionary Jurisdiction of Washington. Vancouver, W.T.,1888. 42 pages. Covers chipped, loose pages, staples rusted. Contains 10 pages devoted to Bishop Paddock's travels through the territory with a paragraph on Makah Tribe, also visits Orcas Islands, Puyallup and other places. $95.00.
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Richmond Indiana Has An Art Exhibit 1899


NA61. Third Annual Art Exhibition. Richmond Art Association Garfield School Building. June 12-26, 1899. 24 pages, signatures loose, some chipping on cover and rust from staples has bled through. The exhibit included both local artists and those from away. $50.00.
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Bucyrus Ohio Imprint George Harlan Horse Owner's Guide 1870


NA62. Harlan, Geo. O. The Horse Owner's Guide: In Plain Language for Plain Men....Second Edition. Bucyrus, Ohio: 1870. 36 pages. A tear half way across front cover else in good cond. $75.00.
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Co-Ed Students 1906 Vacation Franklin NH Dairy Photos- Chaperon.Harvard Bates Wellesley


NA63. House Party. Echo Lake Franklin, NH- A Party of Ten Students spend two weeks vacation in 1906. Scrapbook-with diary and photos of the adventure. 117 pages. Covers loose, first few pages damaged at top with occasional minor loss of text. A few photos were removed at one point, else in good cond. The book tells of this group's summer adventure. Schools represented: Lowell Normal, Harvard Seminary, Worcester Polytechnic, Bates, Wellesley, Methuen High School. All of the participants and their quests are named. Of course there was a Chaperon. $250.00.
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Hunt & Miner's Pittsburgh Almanac 1861


NA64. Hill, Sanford C. Hunt & Miner's No. 3 Pittsburgh Almanac .... 1861. Pittsburgh: Published and sold by Hunter and Miner, [1862]. 71 pages, lacking paper wraps. $40.00.
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1876 Centennial 4th Of July Program Broadside Boscawen NH Toasts Fireworks


NA65. Centennial Celebration of the Fourth of July. Boscawen, NH, 1876. Measures 6 X 11. Gives the Program and also mentions fireworks, speeches and toasts. Toastmaster was Rev. A.C. Hardy, (wonder if it was dry?) In good cond. $60.00.
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Auction Of Homestead Farm Broadside  Meredith NH 1867 Derbon Foss


NA66. Executor's Sale. Broadside advertising sale of Homestead belong to the later Derbon Foss of Meredith, NH. Meredith, August 29, 1867. Measures 14 1/2 X 11/1/2. Folds and some foxing. $50.00.
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Nathaniel Ames Almanack 1756


NA67. Ames, Nathaniel. An Astronomical Diary Or, An Almanack... 1756. Boston: N.E. Printed by J. Draper, [1755]. 16 pages, some wear around edges. $200.00.
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History Columbia County Wisconsin


NA68. Turner, J.A. The Family Tree of Columbia County Wisconsin. Potage: The Wisconsin State Press, 1904. 142 pages, some staining to cover. $50.00.
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Delaware Lottery Broadside With Circular Letter  May 1861


NA69. Broadside. Consolidated Lottery of Delaware. E.N. Carr & Co. Agents Wilmington, Delaware: 1861. Measures 19  X 71/2. With a circular letter from the same firm dated April 25, 1861 about this lottery. In good cond. $125.00.
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PA Broadside 1857 Water Pipe Pump Tubing Railroads Scientific American


NA70. Great In Water Pipe and Chain Pump Tubing-Kinyon & Thompson, Williamsport, PA: 1857. Measures 19 X 113/4. Some foxing. This could be used by Railroads, Farmers and Villages. With Blurb from Scientific American. $225.00.
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Three Farmer's Mechanic's Almanac Moffat's Vegetable Medicines 1850's


NA72. Three Farmer's and Mechanic's Almanac- Moffat's Vegetable Life Medicine. New York, New York: For the Years 1852, 53 and 55. Different paginations all with library blindstamps and in good cond. $60.00.

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History Of Louisville Author Inscribed To His Father- Custom Binding 1852


NA73. Casseday, Ben. The History of Louisville From the Settlement Till The Year 1852. Louisville, KY: Hull and Brother, 1852. 255 pages, full leather, binding quite elaborate, Leather scuffed, front cover quite loose. LACKING MAP. The book was dedicated to his father and this copy is inscribed to his father with affectionate regards of his son -The Author. $100.00.
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Carpentry Architecture Framing Roofs Fifty Years' Experience


NA74. Meloy, D.H. Progressive Architecture Fifty Years' Experience In Building. A System of Framing. Waterbury, CT.: 1890. 55 pages. Light staining on cover. $50.00.
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CT Civil War Elihu Geer Willing To Take Command of Brigade July 1861


NA75. One page letter from Elihu Greer to Gov. Buckingham . Dated Hartford; July 18th, 1861. In the letter Geer suggests that the state needs to form a Brigade to meet demands of the U.S. Congress and that he is willing to lead such a Brigade. Small tear on edge not affecting text. Geer rose to the rank of Brigadier General and lead the First Brigade. $100.00.
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PA Man Writes Poem on the Death of His Wife 1936 Broadside


NA76. Knauss, O.P. At Sallies Grave.Macungie, PA-1936. Broadside measures 8 X 4. The information about the author and poem is found typed on the back. $40.00.
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Auction Book Catalogue Peter Decker Americana Wessen's Copy With Prices His Bids


NA77. Frontier Americana Books on the West & Canada Selections From The Stock of Peter Decker. Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York: 1963. 79 pages with 209 items. In good cond. Wessen's copy, he has recorded prices and there is also his bid sheet. $100.00.
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James Savage Writes Letter About His Dictionary Of N.E. Genealogy 1859


NA78. One and a half page letter from Richard Savage to W.C. Manning. Dated Boston, March 7, 1859. Savage comments on some of the families in the genealogy and says the work is in press. He then says: "the printing began in January my first New Year's gift being a proof sheet". One small tear on fold else in good cond. $45.00.
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East Baldwin Maine Postmasters Appointment 1850 Signed Nathan K. Hall Postmaster General


NA79. Document appointing Daniel T. Richardson to be Postmaster at East Baldwin Maine. Signed by Hall who was the Postmaster General. Folded, in good cond. $50.00.
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Quakers Yearly Epistle Friends London and U.S. 1803 Baltimore Imprint


NA80. The Epistle From The Yearly Meeting Held in London, 1803 -To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great Britain, Ireland, and Elsewhere. Baltimore: Printed by George L. Gray. 4 pages, some staining & foxing. $50.00.
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American Autograph Shop Catalogues 1936 Merion PA- American Clipper


NA81. Three Catalogues -American Clipper issued by The American Autograph Shop of Merion Station PA.  April, May, July 1956. How about a Lincoln ADS for $15.00. Some cover wear else in good cond. $35.00.
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Sydney Owenson Ida of Athens-Philadelphia-New York -Baltimore Imprint 1809


NA82. Owenson, Miss [Sydney]. Woman; Or, Ida of Athens. Published by Bradford & Inskeep, Philadelphia, Inskeep & Bradford, New York, and Coal & Thomas, Baltimore 1809. Two volumes in new quarter leather over marbled boards. Endpapers replaced & some foxing. $275.00.
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Stock Exchange Handbook 1901 With Many Railroad Maps


NA83. Wallace, Henry E. (Editor). The Manual of Statistics Stock Exchange Handbook, 1901. Railroad Industrial Securities, New York: Charles N. Nicoll Publisher: 1901. 812 pages in good cond. Includes numerous  Railroad Maps.  $75.00.
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Indian Land Taken Georgia -Cherokee- U.S. Report 1824-John Ross

 

NA84. Message of the President of the United States Transmitting Certain Papers Relating to the Compact Between the U.S. States & Georgia of 1802. April 2, 1824. Washington: Printed by Gaels & Seaton, 1824. 82 pages, removed from a bound volume, foxing, else in good cond. Much on the taking of Cherokee land with statement signed by John Ross, Su-We Cul-Lah and others. $150.00.
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George Paullin Auction Catalog Americana Collection 1929 Prices In Pencil


NA85. Part I And Part 2 of the Rare & Desirable Americana Collection From the Library of George W. Paullin. New York: American Art Association, 1929. 484 pages, 3150 items with prices in pencil. Cloth binding in good cond. $125.00.
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Moravian Missions Alaska Bethel - Camel- Eskimo


NA86. Proceedings of One Hundred and Thirteenth...General Meeting of the Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Heathen Held in Bethlehem, Moravian Publishing House 1888 with the Proceedings for the following year 1889. In good cond. These two issues contain 150 pages of material on the Alaska Missions in Bethel and Carmel. $125.00.
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Native American Religious Spirit Open Court Publishing Chicago


NA87. Alexander, Hartley B. The Religious Spirit of the American Indian As Shown in the Development of His Religious Rites and Customs. Chicago: The Open Court Publishing Co., 1910. 51 pages, illustrated. Some stains on cover and chipping on spine. $35.00.
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Henry C. Murphy Catalogue Books Americana 1884 With Prices Noted In Pencil


NA88. Catalogue of the Magnificent Library of the Late Hon. Henry C. Murphys. Consisting Almost Wholly of Americana. New York: 1884. 434 pages bound in blue cloth with the original paper cover bound in it. In good cond. 3142 items. Someone has noted in pencil all the prices. $150.00.
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Pittsburgh Almanac Magazine Loomis 1844


NA89. Hill, Sanford C. (Calculator). Loomis' No. X Magazine Almanac .... 1844. Pittsburgh: Published by L. Loomis, [1843]. 60 pages, lacking back blue wrap, front wrap chipped, some foxing. $50.00.
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Large Folding Mao West Virginia Railroad, County And Township 1890


NA90. Rand, McNally & Co's New Railroad, County, Township and District Map of West Virginia: 1890. Measures 46 X 36. Some tears on folds. $100.00.
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Col. Humphrey Jones Richmond KY Estate- Slaves - Books- Madison County 1854


NA91. Nine page document of property sold by William Liscomb and Lemuel Bennett, Executors of the Estate of  Humphrey Jones: (1770-1853). Document is dated May 1854 and is nine pages. Some tears on folds. Detailed list including three Negro boys, (Jim, Asa and George) and a Negro girl (Julia). There is also a reference to hiring a Negro boy to help. The library consisted of a number of religious books, Harbinger (Journal) Bucks Theological Dictionary, Debate of Campbell and Rice. $175.00.
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Chicago University School For Girls 1898


NA92. 1898-9. The University School For Girls. 60 Bellevue Place, Chicago. 8 pages booklet plus a single sheet: "A Statement to the Parents". Some minor tears. $65.00.
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North Montpelier Strawberry Festival Broadside 1900


NA93. The Ladies Circle Annual Strawberry Festival. July, 7, 1900. Measures 8 X 4 3/4. Couple of stains. $35.00.
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Poe Gold Bug -Gold on Vellum Binding 1900 Elaborate Production

 

NA94. Poe, Edgar Allan. The Gold Bug-Edited by Theda Gildemeister. Illustrated by G.C. Widley. Chicago-New York: Rand, McNally & Co.: 1902. 83 pages in vellum  binding- wear on the spine and small area of chipping on lower covers. There is a gold embossed bug on cover. It contains Notes Section and a Reading List. $100.00.
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Wonders Horses Anecdotes Poetry Illustrated 1836


NA95. Taylor, Joseph. The Wonders of the Horse Recorded in Anecdotes and Interspersed With Poetry. New York: Mahlon Day, No. 374 Pear Street, 1836. 144 pages, illustrated with woodcuts. Foxing. $150.00.
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A Railway Journey Bellows Falls VT to Boston 1900


NA96. Field,W.L.W. A Railway Journey From Bellows Falls to Boston, 1900. 14 pages in good cond. $35.00.
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Helping The Poor Street Boys And Girls of Boston


NA97. Nineteenth Annual Report of the Boys' Institute of Industry Boston, 1904. 19 pages, in good cond. Shows pictures of the boys and girls in different classes, such as cooking and shorthand. $35.00.
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Cleveland Ohio Horseman Practical Rules 1855


NA98. Redhead, H.W. The Horseman; With Practical Rules to Buyers, Breeders, Breakers, Smiths.... Cleveland, Ohio: Cowles Pinkerton and Co., 1855. 108 pages chipping on cloth spine. Redhead felt that vicious horses could never change unlike Rarey, also from Ohio that felt they could be changed. $175.00.
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Hancock County Indiana Cookbook Home Economics Club Chorus 1930's


NA99. Hancock County Home Economics Club Book Book. Home Tested Recipes by the Chorus. ND, circa 1930's. 102 pages, some staining else in good cond. $50.00.
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Rules For A Bad Horseman London 1787


NA100. Thompson, Charles. Rules For A Bad Horsemen Who Depend on Practice Without Principles. London: Printed fro R. Blamire, Strand, 1787. 88 pages, some pages uncut and a few small tears. $200.00.
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Early Booklet on Social Security 1940


NA101. Old-Age and Survivors Insurance For Workers and Their Families. Washington, D.C., 1940. 12 pages in good cond. $35.00.
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Shakespeare In A Box


NA102. Shakespeare, William. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare with the Temple Notes. Cleveland, OH -New York: The World Syndicate Publishing Co., 1935. 1171 pages in good cond. In original box. $40.00.
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Bibliography  Of Texas Raines 1896


NA103. Raines, C.W. A Bibliography of Texas. Austin, Texas: Published by  the Author by the Gammel Book Co.: 1896. 268 pages minor soiling on covers. $135.00.

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McMurtrie Bibliography Auburn New York Imprints


NA104. McMurtrie, Douglas, C. A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets. Printed at Auburn , N.Y. 1810-1850. Buffalo, N.Y. Grosvenor Library, 1938. Being Vol 20, No. 4 of the Grosvenor Library Bulletin. 152 pages. Minor chipping on back wrapper. $40.00.

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William Parks First Printer Virginia Wroth With Corrections In Thomas R. Adams Hand


NA105. Wroth, Lawrence C. William Parks Printer and Journalist of England and Colonial America. The William Park Club, Richmond: 1926. Limited to 300 copies, this is unnumbered. 70 pages. With bookplate of former owner who new Adams. Manuscript note states corrections copied from JCB copy in the hand of longtime JCB librarian T.R. Adams. $85.00.
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Loomis Pittsburgh Almanac 1836


NA106. Hill, Sanford C. Loomis' No.2 Pittsburgh Almanac....1836. Pittsburgh: A Jaynes, Printer, India Row. 36 pages, lacking the front blue wrapper. The Almanac was issued in two formats: Almanac and Magazine, the other just the Almanac. This is the Almanac version. $45.00.
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America's First Stamp Catalogue Inscribed to Ernest Wesse


NA107. Carson, Joseph. America's First Stamp Catalogue Reprinted From To Dr. R. Philadelphia, 1946. 11 pages in good cond. Inscribed to Ernest Wessen from the Author. $35.00.
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Wisconsin Press Association 188 View Antigo WI-Sault Ste Marie MI


NA108. Thirty-sixth Convention Proceedings of the Wisconsin Press Association Convened At Milwaukee. July 28, 1888. Edgerton: F.W.Coon, Printer: 1888. 42 pages in  good cond. The group went on an excursion to Sault Ste Marie, Michigan and stopped at Antigo, WI pictured in this Street View. $35.00.
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Four Christie's Family Almanacs 1850's Calvanic Belt, Necklaces Bracelets


NA109. Four Christie's Family Almanac for the Year 1852, 1853, 1854, 1856. Published by D.C. Morehead M.D. New York. Embossed library stamp. Some wear but in good cond. You could buy Calvanic Belts, Bracelets, Necklaces and Magnetic Fluid. $85.00.
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Christian Gulager Philadelphia Marine Surveyors 1850's


NA110. Account Book with the records of the Philadelphia Board of Marine Surveyors and Inspectors in Account with C. Gulager, 1856- 60. 21 pages, stained but readable. Along with some loose material. Captain was a prominent Ship Building Co. $125.00.
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George Slutter Hamilton PA Furniture and Justice of The Peace Account Book 1850's


NA111. Account Book kept by George Slutter of Hamilton Township, PA  1852-1867.100 pages. Covers off but present, in poor cond. Some pages stained but still very readable. Slutter made all sorts of furniture, corner cupboard, cupboard, cradle, bedstands, wash stand, bar room table, benches and other items including many coffins. To give you an idea of his output we counted 45 references to furniture (excluding coffins) in the first 25 pages of the account book. His legal work was drawing up deeds and routine JP work. $550.00.
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Madame Lola Montez Arts Of Beauty Secrets Ladies Toilet-Men Learn to Fascinate Women


NA112. Montez, Madame Lola. The Arts of Beauty or Secrets of a Ladies Toilet With Hints To Gentlemen on the Art of Fascinating. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, Publishers: 1858. Gold decorated cover in good cond. $600.00.
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Cripple Creek Colorado Student Newspapers Yearbook 1912


NA113. Two issues of the student newspaper. The Columbine -January, March 1912 (creased) with Newspaper/Yearbook,  May 1912. In good cond. $45.00.
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Boston Church Cook Book


NA114. Mount Vernon Church of Boston Cook Book, 1953. 58 pages. Staining on cover. $45.00.
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Arizona Colonization Co. Sonora Mexico Slavery Col. Crabb


NA115. Buchanan, James. Execution of Colonel Crabb and Associates. Message of the President of the United States. Feb. 16, 1858. 84 pages, some pages uncut, in good cond. Col. Crabb and his Arizona Colonization Company left Ft. Yuma to conquer Sonora and add it to the Slave States. His entire party was captured and killed. $95.00.
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Richmond VA Imprint- Rives American Revolution- Inscribed Rufus King


NA116. Rives, W.C. Discourse of the Uses and Importance of History. Illustrated By A Comparison of the American and French Revolutions. Richmond: Printed by Shepherd and Colin, 1847. 57 pages. Creased in the middle. Inscribed by the author to Rufus King, Esq. $75.00.
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From Selling Typewriters To Enemy Agitator World War 1


NA117. Dorl, Francis J.L. (Editor). The Vital Issue -Weekly Publication For True Information. New York, ND circa 1915. 14 pages, some small tears. Dorl who manufactured typewriters edited this German Propaganda Paper.  He was arrested and jailed during World War 1 as an Enemy Agitator. $45.00.
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Vermont Restaurant Cook Book East Thetford


NA118. Requested Recipes of the Country Fare Restaurant, Established in 1958. Revised and Enlarged. East Thetford, VT., c.1960's. 88 pages. Some wear to spine and some pencil notations. $40.00.
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African American Music The Drifters 45 Record With Rhythm and Blues Singers


NA119. 45 Record. The Drifters-Fools Fall In Love-It Was A Tear. Issued by Atlantic Records. Circa 1957. The cover has images of Joe Turner, Ruth Brown and others. In good cond. $75.00.


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Charlotte Ouisconsin Van Cleve  Fort Snelling WI Life In West- Suffrage -Fallen Women


NA121. Van, Cleve. Charlotte Ouisconsin. Three Score Years and Ten. Life Long Memories of Fort Snelling, Minnesota, and Other Parts of the West. Minneapolis, MN: 1888. 176 pages, some foxing and cover wear. Van Cleve was born in WI (thus Ouisconsin the Indian name of WI). Her parents were heading to Fort Snelling where she spent many years. Later she was involved in Woman's Suffrage, the cause of  fallen women and was the first woman elected to the Minneapolis School Board. $75.00.
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NA122. (Religion) Essay on the subject of education: : together with a few propositions, of a practical nature, to be adopted by our respective churches, for the purpose of promoting moral and religious knowledge among the rising generation. Written at the request and published by the desire of the South Consociation of Litchfield County. Litchfield: Printed by T. Collier & Son, [1805]. 26 pp. Removed and some staining. Advice on raising moral children. $100.00.
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NA123. (Woman author) Mace, Aurelia. Studio portrait, Circa 1900. 4 ½" x 6 1/2". Mount trimmed but the image is in fine shape. Mace (1835-1910) was the daughter of Fayette Mace who was a Universalist Minister who united with the Sabbathday Lake Shaker community. Her father eventually left but her sister's and mother died in the faith. Mace was a remarkable member serving as a teacher, trustee and second eldress in the Church Family. She developed Shaker products such as Lemon syrup, Fir Balsam pillow and other items to sell tourist. She corresponded with many people including Tolstoy and was friends with Charles Tiffany. She authored the book The Aletheia: Spirit of Truth which was published in 1899 and in a second edition in 1907. One of her speeches was also published. $150.00.
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NA124. (Woman and work) Products of Intelligence and Diligence. Mount Lebanon, N.Y.: Shakers Church Family, [1908]. 16, [1] pp. Good with light wear to the wrappers. In 1908 Mt. Lebanon and Alfred Shaker communities issued the first extensive fancy good catalogs. The industries run by Shaker Sisters were increasing a major source of revenue for 20th Century Shaker communities. A lack of Shaker brothers and financial mismanagement by male trustees necessitated the development of products that could be sold to tourist. This catalog feature Shaker poplar ware which was made of thin strips of poplar wood which was woven by the girls and sisters in the community. The resulting poplar cloth was then backed and fashioned into sewing and storage boxes. Other products inkling cloaks, a hat, pincushions are also offered. $125.00.
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NA125. (Packaging Supply) Handy Specialties for Druggists. Manufactured by Merchants Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill. [4] pp. This Chicago company offered a variety of packaging and promotional material that could be tailored to the needs of specific companies. Good with folds and minor tears. $35.00.
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Hunting


NA126. Nutting, Judge. The History of One Day Out of Seventeen Thousand. Oswego: R. J. Oliphant, 1889. 53 pp. Good condition. A reminiscence of first day of hunting by a boy in New York state. $125.00.
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Michigan


NA127. Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan.... Detroit: Bagg & Harmon, 1846. 347 pp. Binding worn and interior foxed. $60.00.
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NA128. (North Carolina) Acts Passed by the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina at the Session of 1834-35. Raleigh: Philo White, 1835. 120 pp. plus 2-folded spread sheets. Ex-library in a drab olive colored cloth. Interior foxed and one old tape repair. Acts on roads, fishing, town government and more. $125.00.
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NA129. (Shakers) 3 Alcohol labels from the New Lebanon, New York Shaker community, circa 1860. The longest is 4". New Lebanon had extensive medicinal extract business that continued to the 1930's. Among products offered were some alcohol including wines. These 3 examples were collected by Edward and Faith Andrews in the 1920's or 30's. They amassed large collection of material which is now dispersed among Hancock Shaker Village, Winterthur, and the American Museum in Bath England. $200.00.

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1891 Thought A Day Calendar Women Of Carleton College Northfield MN


NA130. Thought We Would Share With You- Gidley Hall, [Carleton College], Northfield MN. 1891. A  calendar with a quote for each day created by women of Gridley Hall. The copy is signed by Jeanie R. Sherman, a member of the group. Small piece missing from front cover. $45.00.
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Mark Twain- Tom Sawyer's Lending Library -Boy Scouts


NA131. Ralphson, G. Harvey. Boy Scouts in Death Valley. Chicago-New York: M.A. Donohue and Co., circa 1930's 30's. 256 pages. On front inside cover is advertisement for Tom Sawyer's Lending Library. In good cond. $20.00.
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Frankfort KY Imprint Acts of The Commonwealth In Original Boards


NA132. Acts Passed At the First Session of the Thirty-Third General Assembly For The Commonwealth of Kentucky. Frankfort: Printed by Kendall and Company, 1825. 288 pages. There are pencil scribbles on blank endpapers. In original boards with some chipping top of spine.  $125.00.
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Bartlett's Quotation With Letter From Bartlett to C.F. Richardson Dartmouth Professor 1882


NA133. Bartlett, Joseph. Familiar Quotations. Eighth Edition. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company: 1882. 904 pages. Brown buckram with gold letters possibly rebound. Includes a letter from Bartlett to Prof. C. F. Richardson of Dartmouth. With Richardson's bookplate. Richardson, a poet and literary historian taught at Dartmouth for 30 years. $200.00.
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Manuscript Receipts Book Gladys Reid Port Byron New York

 

NA134. Manuscript Receipts. Book Belonging to Mrs. Gladys E. Reid of Port Byron, New York. 63 pages, plus some taped in receipts. Circa 1920's. In library buckram binding, good cond. $75.00.
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Two Rare Book Americana /Maps Catalogues Dodd Mead 1895


NA135. A Catalogue of Rare and Choice Books Relating to America. April 1895-No.37. Dodd, Mead and Co. New York City. 56 pages. Some pages cropped close to outer margin not affecting text. With a Catalogue of Rare and Choice Book Manuscripts, Maps, Ect. Relating to America. Oct. 1895 No.38. Dodd, Mead & Co. New York City. 32 pages. Quarter leather over marbled boards. Some scuffing and staining on covers. $100.00.
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Buffalo Imprint Emerson's Arithmetic In German 1851 Decorated Boards


NA136. Emerson, Friedrich. Nord Amerikanischen Arithmetick. Buffalo: 1851. 35 pages in decorated boards. Good cond. $45.00.
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