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Saratoga Springs: [The Company], 1900. . Small 4to, pale pink printed wrappers, some very minor chipping. OCLC lists microfilm only without date, which does appear on lthis copy's title page. One of the maps is rather amusing as it is entitled Map of Good Roads for Automobiling from Saratoga Springs N.Y>"
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Los Angelis, California: [The Farm} Wood's Print, ca. 1911. . Single illustration on front and on back cover of 500 (sic) year-old alligator named Okeechobee; two very grainhy halftones on centerfold. One copy located in OCLC at UCLA dated circa 1911 by reference to a photograph in their collection.
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The Teacher's Gift.

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Portlland: C. H. Colesworthy, 1839. . 16mo, in [?]unrelated brown printed wrappers bearing the title " Louisa's Tenderness | to |Birds" and imprint: "Concord: Boyd and White |1839" Three holdings in OCLC: AAS, Univ. Maine,and Free Library of P The catalog entries for AAS and the University of Maine have the note: "Wrapper cover title and… Read more
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Formosa (or Taiwan).

by [JAPANESE FORMOSA]. Japan Tourist Bureau.

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Taipeh: [ The Bureau] Printed by the Toppan Printing Co. (Tokyo], 1918. . Tall, narrow brochure with small half-tone on front which is printed in back and light green. Formosa was ceded to Japan at the end of the First Sino-Japanese War in 1895 by the Treaty of Shimonoseki.in. It remained under Japanese rule until the end… Read more
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Obituary... Kate Morrison Little.

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[Fort Smith, Arkansas: S.n.], 1860. . 16mo, printed on p. [1] only. No other copy located. Most probably printed by the local newspaper, or possibly by a field press at the Garrison. Kate Little was the daughter of Capt. Lewis Henry Little, a graduate of West Point, born in Baltimore and his wife, Martha Rathbone Little. Captain Little graduated… Read more
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Around the Clock in Cherokee.

by [AFRICAN-AMERICAN] Black Clouggeon

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Gaffney, S.C.: [The Author] Renaissance Press, 1972. . Large 8vo, bright yellow stiff wrappers, front printed. OCLC shows 6 holdings. A very detailed history of the little town by a retired school teacher (40 years). She was very well-known in her community and there is a public park named for her in Gaffney. Historical notes on the evolution of mankind from… Read more
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Charleston, S.C.: Edward Perry (Book Press)149 Meeting Street, 1872. . 12mo in half-sheets, original brown publisher's pebble cloth, spine gil; 2mm lacking at top of spine; Ex-Library with shelf-marks at foot of spine; American University Library bookplate on front pastedown, release rubber-stamp on front free endpaper; copyright page and facing page with markings. and pocket on rear pastedown. Institutionally… Read more
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Brownsville, Tex. : Brownsville Historical Association et al, 1959. . Large folio, printed gray wrappers; very slight sunning to spine. Excellent condition. A facsimile of the New Orleans publication, originally printed by E. P. Brandad. OCLC lists 7 holdings for the original edition. Cracker Barrell Chronicles p. 66.
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Richmond {Va.] Printed for the Author by: Clemmitt & Jones, . . Small 4to, buff wrappers, front printed. SECOND EDITION. BAL569. First published 1857 in the "Southern Lterary Messenger". see Introduction. First separate publication 1862--BAL 561
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Favorite Receipts (Second Edition)

by FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH FAIR, KANSAS CITY, Coburn Mrs. J.. M., Compiler

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Kansas City: Ladies of the Art Booth of the First Congregational Church Fair, Kansas City : F. P. Burnap Stationery & Printing Co.,, 1904. . 8vo, cream cloth, front pictorial, soiled. Three holdings in OCLC: UC at Davis, University of Illinois; and SMU. The most attractive cover and internal decorations were designed by Mrs. Noble R. Fuller. A… Read more
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Philadelphia: [The Association], July 1886. . 8vo, printed wrappers. Institutionally common, scarce in trade. Dr. Valentine Trant McGillycuddy (1849Ð1939) was suspended from his position as Agent at the Pine Ridge Agency by order of the President in Washington. His suspension was due to his refusing to accept a new Chief Clerk while his own one was still in situ and had… Read more
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Baltimore: Ivan R. Drechsler [For Private Distribution], 1941. . Large 8vo, terracotta cloth, front highly gilt with vignette of Koppers Company Bartlett Howard Division entrance with two iron dogs, Sailor and Canton. ONE OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES. A history of the evolution of the original company that morphed into locomotive production and many other large scale iron productions. The dogs were… Read more
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Sorosis [Membership List] 1923Ð1924

by [FIRST WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL CLUB]

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New York: [The Club], 1924. . 12mo, pale wine colored stiff wrappers; front cover printed and faded with dampstain on lower inner corner. Sorosis was the first professional women's club in the United States. The club was organized in New York City with 12 members in March 1868, by Jane Cunningham Croly. Croly had long wanted to open… Read more
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New York: [The Company], 1918. . Oblong 8vo, bright red cloth, title in gilt on front cover OCLC shows six holdings. An exhaustive visual history of some of the great freight and passenger engines for railway companies in Chile, Egypt, Japan, China, Taiwan, also the British War Office, the Russian government, etc.
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[New Orleans?]: Privately Printed, 1936. . Tall 8vo, navy-blue cloth; title in gilt on front cover; free endpapers discolored probably caused by glue under the opposing pastedowns OCLC records two holdings. One of an unknown limitation which includes 15 on hand-made paper..
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Amherst, Mass., 1876. [Actually New York: Brick Row Book Shop, 1941. . Large 8vo, purple stiff wrappers, printed in black: front reads in part "An Historic Pamphlet...."; spine a trifle faded. LIMITED TO 200 copies. Institutionally common, scarce in trade. Facsimile of the original preliminary classification pamphlet sent by Dewey in 1876 to Dr. Ernest Cushing Richardson for his suggestions… Read more
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Petersburg: [The Company], . . Folio, maroon buckram, titled in black on front cover and name on spin; all edges maroon, as new in original publisher's cardboard shipping box An extraordinarily comprehensive catalogue in untouched condition. No other publication from this firm located, despite the fact that it was in business for 120 years. The building now house condominiums.… Read more
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[Crossnore, N.C.: The School, ca. 1900-1920]. . Oblong12mo, self-wrappers Crossnore School, founded in the early twentieth century was a boarding school for children in need, its weaving department also taught women from the mountain regions the craft of weaving. After beinge trained, the adults could take a loom back to their mountain homes and continue weaving; their products would… Read more
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Boston: The Gorham Press, [1912]. . Small 4to, tan boards, somewhat soiled; title lettering in red on front cover, together with a photographic label Microfilm only record in OCLC.
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London: Printed for Richard Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, , 1681. . 8vo, 18th century marbled boards leather spine and tips,worn; skillfully rebacked with the original spine laid down. Armorial bookplate of Ralph William Grey on the front pastedown. This is the Appendix to Burnet's "The history of the rights of princes in the… Read more
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