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Connecticut Trilogy. Connecticut Colony; The Saybrook Plantations; New Haven Colony and Her Neighbors
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Connecticut Trilogy. Connecticut Colony; The Saybrook Plantations; New Haven Colony and Her Neighbors

By Allis, Marguerite

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1934. First edition, 1934. Blue cloth with gilt spine lettering, illustrated endpapers, no dustjacket. Good to very good condition with minor cover wear, good hinges, sound text block, slightly age-yellowed but clean pages, no names or other markings. Three distinct histories of Connecticut regions, illustrated with sketches by the author.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$22.99

Special Flood Issue. The Telephone Bulletin. August, 1955
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Special Flood Issue. The Telephone Bulletin. August, 1955

By Southern New England Telephone Company. Connecticut Flood of 1955

New Haven, CT: The Southern New England Telephone Company, 1955. Special issue of the Southern New England Telephone Company employee publication dealing with the 1955 floods in Connecticut. Illustrated with black and white photos showing damage. Text includes damage descriptions and kudos to employees who helped keep communications open during the early recovery period. Softcover, 24 pages including the covers. Some cover soil and a short closed tear to the top edge of the front cover, binding sound, pages clean and unmarked.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$37.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. X, No. 4 - Fourth Quarter 1906
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. X, No. 4 - Fourth Quarter 1906

By Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1906. Published fourth quarter 1906. Worn copy of this well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Genealogy, Science, Art, Genius and Industry". Softcover, about 200 pages. Includes articles on Elihu Burritt, Courtship of a Sergeant in the War of 1812, Husbandry the First Step in Civilization, Samuel Holt Adventures of an Early American Sea Captain, Israel Knapp Inn at Greenwich, William Pynchon, First American Soldiers, Farmington Canal, Steamboat Navigation, Library at Lebanon, much more. Covers lightly soiled with some edge chips, sound binding, clean pages, no names or other markings.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$37.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. VIII, No. II
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VIII, No. II

By Connecticut Magazine

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1903. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Genealogy, Science, Art, Genius and Industry". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Early Struggles in American Education, Litchfield County, Country Life in Connecticut, First Theocratic Government in the New World, First Written Constitution Known to History, Lakeville, much more. Covers age-toned and a little worn around the edges, binding sound, pages clean and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$47.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. X, No. 1 - January, February and March 1906
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. X, No. 1 - January, February and March 1906

By Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1906. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Genealogy, Science, Art, Genius and Industry". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: "John Grave: His Booke" - the Diary of a Connecticut Citizen in 1679; The Expenses of a Congressman in 1777; The Romance of a Saybrook Mansion; Struggles of Charles Goodyear - Discoverer of Secret of India Rubber; Good Character in Woman; Development of Steam Navigation; Old Slave Days in Connecticut; Public Libraries in Connecticut; Richard Seymour of Hartford 1639 - Progenitory of the Seymour Family in America; The Ponds of Milford, Connecticut; much more. Softcover, about 200 pages. Some external shelfwear and minor chips to the covers, minor surface soil, binding sound, pages clean and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$37.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. V, No. 5 - May, 1899
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 5 - May, 1899

By Connecticut Magazine

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Light soil, some edge chipping, some edgewear and minor chips and tears to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Israel Putnam, Iron Mining in Connecticut, Taylor Library in Milford, Boy Life at Camp Idlewild, more.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$27.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. V, No. 2 - February, 1899
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 2 - February, 1899

By Connecticut Magazine

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Fair to good. Some minor soil and spotting, some edge chipping, minor edgewear to pages, pages clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Hubbard Park (Meriden); Constitutional History of Connecticut; Woman's Education in Connecticut; Backward Glances at Hartford; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$27.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. VIII, No. IV - Second Quarter 1904 - Dutch Number
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VIII, No. IV - Second Quarter 1904 - Dutch Number

By Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1904. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Genealogy, Science, Art, Genius and Industry". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Beginning of Trade in America; Emigration from the Old World; The Coming of the White Man; Dutch Endowment; Lanterns in Early America; Thoroughfares in Early Republic Controlled by Corporations; The Achievements of Connecticut Men; The First Apothecary Shops in Connecticut; Greatest Real Estate Transaction Ever Recorded in History; Connecticut and the Exposition; Investing Pottery with Personality; Connecticut Artists and Their Work - Gilbert Munger; Bridgeport - A Story of Progress; much more. Softcover, about 200 pages. Some external wear and chips to the covers, binding sound, pages clean and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$37.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. V, No. 6 - June, 1899
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 6 - June, 1899

By Connecticut Magazine

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Fair condition with spine reinforced with old linen tape, contents detached from covers, edge chipping and transparent stains to some outer margins toward the beginning of the book. Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Town of Chatham Part I - East Hampton; Negro Slavery in Connecticut; An Old New England Cemetery; Backward Glances at Hartford; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. Softcover, about forty pages. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$27.99

The Connecticut Magazine.  Vol. XIII, No. 3 - Third Quarter 1904 - Indian Number
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The Connecticut Magazine. Vol. XIII, No. 3 - Third Quarter 1904 - Indian Number

By Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1904. Single issue, designated as Indian Number, for third quarter of 1904. Heavily worn. Includes several articles on Native American history and culture. Black softcover with a native American warrior on the front cover. Covers and final page detached, heavy chipping to spine, small tape repair to front cover, binding otherwise sound, pages clean and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$27.99

The Connecticut Quarterly. Vol. II, No. 3. July, August, September 1896
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The Connecticut Quarterly. Vol. II, No. 3. July, August, September 1896

By The Connecticut Quarterly Company

Hartford, Connecticut: The Connecticut Quarterly Company, 1896. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers lightly soiled and chipped around the edges, occasional tiny margin chips and wear to outer edges of pages, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to the literature, history and picturesque features of Connecticut". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured fairly lengthy profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Litchfield, In Satan's Kingdom, Notes by an Ohio Pioneer 1788-89 (Western Reserve), Early Lebanon, Grove Street Cemetery in New Haven, more.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$27.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. VIII, No. I, Beginning New Series of 1903
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VIII, No. I, Beginning New Series of 1903

By Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1903. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Genealogy, Science, Art, Genius and Industry". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Historic Old Town of Windsor, Beginning of American Democracy, Country Life in Connecticut, Lake Regions of Connecticut, Historic Old Houses of Early Connecticut, Light and Lamps of Early Nw England, some Old Mattabeseck Families, Connecticut Artists and Their Work, The Governors of Connecticut, Moses Dunbar-Tory, Financial History of Danbury, much more. Softcover, about 200 pages. Front cover torn away, binding sound, general edgewear, pages clean and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$37.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. V, No. 10 - October, 1899
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 10 - October, 1899

By Connecticut Magazine

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Fair to good with some soil and spotting to covers, old address label on front cover, some edge chipping, some edgewear and minor chips and tears to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: New Milford; Samuel Johnson, Jr. and his Dictionaries; Extracts from the Diary of Dr. Mason F. Cogswell; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$27.99

John Twachtman: Connecticut Landscapes
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John Twachtman: Connecticut Landscapes

By Chotner, Deborah;Peters, Lisa N.; Pyne, Kathleen A. John Twachtman

Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1989. First edition, 1989. Large softcover (about 11 inches square), illustrated throughout in both color and in black and white. Very good condition with minimal rubbing to the corners and spine ends, firm binding, very clean pages, no names or other markings.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$27.99

Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County, Connecticut.  Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, and of Many of the Early Settled Families
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Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County, Connecticut. Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, and of Many of the Early Settled Families

By J. H. Beers & Co.

Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1901. First edition (1901). Well-kept copy of this comprehensive (and massive) reference for the historian or genealogist interested in Hartford County, Connecticut. Includes dozens of high quality engraved portraits and biographies of hundreds of Connecticut residents from its early settlers through the late 19th century. Full dark brown thin leather stamped in gilt and in blind, all edges gilt, 1591 pages (five inches thick). Unusually good condition for this title as it tends to fall apart from use. Covers lightly rubbed with some fairly minor chipping to the lower spine end, other modest edgewear, good hinges, sound text block, very clean pages with no names or other markings.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$247.99

Connecticut as a Colony and as a State, or One of the Original Thirteen. Four [4] Volumes
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Connecticut as a Colony and as a State, or One of the Original Thirteen. Four [4] Volumes

By Forrest Morgan, Editor in Chief

Hartford, CT: The Publishing Society of Connecticut, 1904. First edition, 1904. Clean and sound four volume set illustrated throughout in black and white. Blue cloth lettered and decorated in gilt, top edges gilt, 9.25 inches tall. Very good condition with very light rubbing to the extremities, good hinges, firm text blocks, some darkened silhouettes to the endpapers of the first volume from old clippings being kept there, pages otherwise very clean, no names or other markings.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$147.99

Eli Terry: Clockmaker of Connecticut
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Eli Terry: Clockmaker of Connecticut

By Jones, Leslie Allen. Illustrated By Robert Doremus

New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1942. First edition, 1942, with the publisher's cartouche on the copyright page. Good in fair to good dustjacket. Biography of noted clock and watch maker Terry, illustrated with black and white line drawings. Red cloth with illustrated dustjacket. The covers have some finger smudges and light edge rubbing, good hinges, firm text block, very clean pages, no names or other markings. The mylar protected dustjacket is not priceclipped [2.00] and has a considerable number of tiny chips to the extremities but fairly little paper loss overall, slightly faded but legible spine, age-darkened background to the rear panel.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$57.99

The Complete Historical Record of New England's Stricken Area. September 21, 1938
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The Complete Historical Record of New England's Stricken Area. September 21, 1938

By Taunton [Massachusetts] Daily Gazette. 1938 New England Hurricane

Taunton, Mass.: Taunton Daily Gazette, 1938. First edition, 1938. Photographic record of the damage caused by the Great New England Hurricane of 1938, with dozens of dramatic black and white photos showing scenes from Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Oblong softcover, 9 x 12 inches, about 100 pages. Covers slightly age-yellowed with some edgewear, the centerfold panorama is detached from the binding staples but present, binding otherwise sound, pages clean, no names or other markings.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. Oblong 4to.

$47.99

The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. V, No. 11 - November, 1899
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 11 - November, 1899

By Connecticut Magazine

Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Some external wear, mainly edge chipping, some edgewear and minor chips and tears to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Plantation of Thirty Mile Island; Poems on Roaring Brook, Cheshire; A Case of Witchcraft in Hartford; Extracts from the Diary of Dr. Mason F. Cogswell; the Old House of Milford; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$22.99

The Prayer Beautiful. With Verses
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The Prayer Beautiful. With Verses

By Granniss, Anna Jane

East Northfield, MA: The Bookstore, 1916. Second thousand, 1916, signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Plainville, CT author. Gray cloth printed in gilt and black, frontis portrait of the author's mother, original glassine dustjacket. The book has some light foxing to the lower covers and edges of the text block, good hinges, sound text block, clean pages with no other names or markings. The dustjacket has some edgewear and light chipping, age-darkening.. Signed by the Author. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$77.99

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