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The Genealogical Advertiser; a Quarterly Magazine of Family History; volumes 1, 2, 3, 4; March, June, September, December, plus annual issue (5 issues per year); 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901 (20 issues--complete); Sandwich, Kingston, Falmouth, Plymouth, etc-- Massachusetts Town Records

By Greenlaw, Lucy Hall (editor); Charles Edward Banks, Virginia Hall, Rev. John H. Cox, Capt. A.A. Folsom, Edith G.L. Pecker, et al

Cambridge, MA: Lucy Hall Greenlaw, 1898-1899-1900-1901. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. 20 individual issues: 4 topical issues plus annual index. Octavo, 9 3/4" tall: vol: 1 xl + 157 pages; vol. 2: xxiv + 162 pages; vol. 3: xxxii +164 pages; vol. 4: xix + 194. These unread copies are only diminished by light yellowing, some very minor foxing, and the rusting marks of the wire side staples used to bind them which has stained the gray paper wrapper at the spine marginp-;;pl.///]\*========. They were in storage for the last 100 years.

$95.00

Social Register Boston: 1973 [Massachusetts] : Vol. LXXXVII, No. 5; November 1972

By Social Register Association

New York, New York: Social Register Association, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 12mo, 6 3/4" tall, 430 pages, red titles, black boards. A very good, clean, neat hardcover edition with light shelf wear, rubbing at the orners; hinges and binding tight, paper just slightly yellowed. Without dust jacket if issued.

$19.00

Gothaisches Genealogisches Taschenbuch der Freiherrlichen Hauser 1920

By Freiherrlichen Hauser

Gotha: justus perthes, 1920. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Good. Thick 16mo, 6" tall x 4" wide (2 1/4" thick); 990 pages, gilt titles on purple embossed cloth. A good copy over all, cover significantly worn, cloth color faded and foxed, fore-corner tips through to boards; hinges broken, internal binding relatively solid but shaken, paper moderatly yellowed.

$35.00

What's in a Name?
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What's in a Name?

By Leonard R. N. Ashley

Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1989. Hardcover--cloth. Near Fine / Very Good. Octavo 9 1/4" tall, xii + 257 pages, gilt titles on blue cloth. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover with minor shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper cream white, with light foxing to the fore-edges, and, with light basement odor. In a very good, moderately worn dust jacket with slight soiling and severl short edge tears, with the original price present.

$12.50

The History of the Borneman Family In America, Since The First Settlers, 1721 to 1878

By J. H. Borneman

Boyertown, PA: J. H. Borneman, 1881. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Very Good. Octavo, 7 1/2" tall, 114 pages, gilt titles, brown cloth. A very good, clean, sturdy hardcover with moderate shelf wear and rubbing, binding solid, paper moderately yellowed; gilt title on front panel bright.

$38.00

ADDRESS OF THE HON. MARSHALL P. WILDER, PRESIDENT OF THE NEW-ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, at the annual meeting, January 5, 1870; to which is appended a report of the proceedings at that meeting, list of life members, and constitution and by-laws of the Society

By [New England Genealogical Society] Marshall P. Wilder

Boston, Massachusetts: New England Genealogical Society / David Clapp & Son, 1870. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo 10" tall, 26 + 2 pages, saddle stitched binding, full paper wraps. A very good, clean pamphlet with light soiling to cover and minor wear to spine ends, paper clean and lightly yellowed.

$19.00

The Genealogical Quarterly Magazine; October, 1904; Volume V, Number 3; whole number 111 ; Genealogical Gleanings in England (Waters); Early Records of the First Church in Cambridge (Sharples); Notes in Relation to the Webster Family (Sharples); The Fairbanks House in Dedham, Mass. (Putnam); etc

By Stephen P. Sharples and Eben Putnam, Editors; with Henry F. Waters, Stephen P. Sharples,

Boston, Massachusetts: Eben Putnam, 1904. First Edition. Original Wraps. Near Fine. Octavo, 9 3/4" tall, pages 99 to 154 (56 pages) stiff cream colored wraps. A near fine (unread), clean, sturdy soft cover with light shelf wear and minor exterior soiling to the margins and backstrip, binding tight, signatures uncut.

$17.50

The Graveyard Shift: A Family Historian's Guide to New York City Cemeteries
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The Graveyard Shift: A Family Historian's Guide to New York City Cemeteries

By Carolee Inskeep

Orem, Utah: Ancestry, 2000. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. Quarto 10" tall, 272 pages, stiff wraps. A fine, clean soft cover with minimal shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper cream white.

$14.69

When Your Ox Is in the Ditch: Genealogical How-To Letters (Oklahoma Western Biographies)
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When Your Ox Is in the Ditch: Genealogical How-To Letters (Oklahoma Western Biographies)

By McDowell, Vera

Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996. Paperback--trade. Fine. Quarto 11" tall, 161 pages, stiff wraps. A fine, clean, neat soft cover with minimal shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper cream white.

$9.50

An ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, HELD AT BOSTON, MASS., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1863

By Lewis, Winslow, M.D

Boston: New England Historic-Genealogical Society, 1863. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo 10" tall, 18 pages, sewn binding, blue wraps. A very good pamphlet, oversized paper wraps are slightly yellowed around edges, binding sturdy, paper lightly yellowed. . Summing up by president of society of the previous year and the coming year, concluding that, except for the War, the society and Boston are just great.

$14.50

An ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY AT THE ANNUAL MEETING, HELD IN BOSTON, MASS., JANUARY 4, 1865

By Lewis, Dr. Winslow, M.D

Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic-Genealogical Society, 1865. First Edition. Original Wraps. Good. Octavo, 10" tall, 15 pages, pink wraps. A good, clean pamphlet with oversized wraps which have yellowed around the margins and roughed at the exposed edges, spine fold splitting; interior pages are clean, unbound, with moderate yellowing. Summing up by president of society of the previous year and the coming year, concluding that its members have a duty to lead the country to greatness by the study of history.

$14.50

ADDRESS DELIVERED TO THE MEMBERS OF THE HISTORIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, January 12, 1853

By Whiting, William

Boston, Massachusetts: Historic-Genealogical Society / Dutton & Wentworth, 1853. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 16 pages, pink paper wraps. A very good, clean pamphlet, wraps are are light yellowed around the edges with minor wear; sewn binding sturdy, pages moderately yellowed. Speech given early in the Society's history by a president of it, defending the study of genealogy from charges of being useless, boring, and vain.

$19.00

The Descendants of Jacob Schoff; Who Came to Boston in 1752 and Settled in Ashburnham in 1757, With an Account of the German Immigration into Colonial New England

By Wilfred H. Schoff

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Published by the Author, 1910. First Edition. Disbound. Fair. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 163 pages, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. A fair original copy, covers and back strip missing; internal binding secure with paper clean, moderately yellowed and becoming fragile. Several larger chips to rear endpaper and to rear free endpapers (no loss to text). This copy could be photocopied but is not in good enough condition to be rebound.

$17.50

CATALOGUE OF THE GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY OF THE LATE SAMUEL S. PURPLE, M.D

By {Purple, Samuel S., M.D.}

Boston, Massachusetts: C.F. Libbie & Co, 1909. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 252 pages, full brown paper wrap. A very good, clean, tight copy. Rusted staples affect first and last pages, and front and back show small rust marks. Pages are very clean throughout with no markings or notations.

$16.50

Memoranda in aid of a Genealogy. Number Three. Part II. Memorial of Mr. Samuel Freeman of Watertown, and his Descendants. Part III. Notes, historical and genealogical, of families of the name of Freeman, distinct from Parts I and II, or whose connection is not clearly ascertained

By [Samuel Freeman]

Boston, Massachusetts: Franklin Press, 1875. First Edition. Original Wraps. Good. This is the third part only of the original edition. Octavo, 10" tall, 106 pages approximate (numbered 350 to 446) A good,clean, neat large format paperback edition with little shelf wear or soiling, but cover becoming fragile and splitting at the hinges, binding solid, paper moderately yellowed.

$35.00