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Kathie's Diary: The story of a girl's life
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Kathie's Diary: The story of a girl's life

By Eggleston, Margaret W.

New York: George H. Doran Company. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1926. Hardcover. Burgundy cloth with paper pastdown title block. Edge worn but bright and attractive. Original dust jacket with heavily worn edges. (Second printing). A lovely 'story' written in the form of diary entries of a young girl to young adult. ; 8vo .

$20.00

Commodore Hornblower
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Commodore Hornblower

By Forester, C S

Boston: Little Brown and Company. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1945. First Edition. Hardcover. 384 pp. (Lacking the "First Edition" designation) Blue cloth over board, title in gilt. Original dust jacket, design by N.C. Wyeth; two significant spine end chips as well as corner tips and repaired front cover tear. Name written in ink on pastedown; shelf wear; discoloration on front board (light). Otherwise a tight, straight copy without markings. ; 8vo .

$20.00

Mary Jane Her Visit
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Mary Jane Her Visit

By Judson, Clara Ingram

New York; Newark N.J.: Barse & Company. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1918. Hardcover. Later printing. Green board with black portrait design. Frontispiece plate and 3 full page line illustrations by Frances White. .A popular series written for girls from 5-9; the text font is large and easily read. Boards are bright with light shelf wear; the dust jacket is edge worn. Overall an attractive copy. ; 8vo .

$20.00

So Red the Rose
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So Red the Rose

By Young, Stark

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Near Fine in Good dust jacket. 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Beautiful green cloth stamped in blind design with bright gilt design (a rose wreath) and lettering on the spine and front board. The original dust jacket is not price clipped; faded edges and spine with surface and corner tip wear, now in clear archival cover. 431 pp. So Red the Rose (1934), Young's novel of war coming to the Natchez region of Mississippi has long been considered one of the best of Civil War novels. “If you would understand what was best in the Old South, its attitude toward life, you will find them here, glowing with that same vitality which was theirs in life.” New York Times. In 1935 it was adapted as a film of the same name directed by King Vidor and starring Margaret Sullavan. ; 8vo .

$30.00

Stronghold ; A Novel
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Stronghold ; A Novel

By Chidsey, Donald Barr

[New York]: Doubleday & Co.. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1948. First Edition. Hardcover. First Edition, Hardcover in red cloth boards in white jacket w color illus. Very Good unmarked in Very Good jacket with Clear protective cover. ; 8vo ; 343 pp pages .

$15.00

Rickshaw Boy
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Rickshaw Boy

By Shaw, Lau; Translated by Evan King

New York: Reynal & Hitchcock. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1945. First Edition. Hardcover. Translation by Evan King, Illustrations by Cyrus Leroy Baldridge. 383, [1] pages. Bright yellow board with reverse black baner title strip, soft ends. Name neatly penned along the top of the pastdown. A straight copy. Pictorial endpages in color. Dust Jacket is aged and worn along the edges and corner tips, otherwise quite attractive. Richshaw Boy is a novel by the Chinese author Lao She about the life of a fictional Beijing rickshaw man. It is considered a classic of 20th-century Chinese literature.; 8vo .

$70.00

Nancy Goes Girl Scouting
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Nancy Goes Girl Scouting

By Large, Jean Henry

New York: George H. Doran Company. Near Fine in Good dust jacket. 1927. First Edition. Hardcover. Bright mustard cloth over board with dark blue lettering and design on the spine and front board. Frontispiece portrait of "Nancy". An Official Girl Scout Publication, the introduction is by the authors sister, Lou Henry Hoover who was at the time of publication, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Girl Scouts. Mrs. Herbert Hoover was the wife of President of the United States Herbert Hoover and served as the First Lady of the United States from 1929 to 1933. The dust jacket is not price clipped; there are numerous large chips and creases. An uncommon title. ; 8vo .

$60.00

The Happy Hollisters and the Indian Treasure
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The Happy Hollisters and the Indian Treasure

By West, Jerry

Garden City, New York: Doubleday. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1953. Hardcover. Red cloth, black lettering. Pictorial end pages in two colors. Ilustrations by Helen S. Hamilton in two colors. 183, [1] pp. Clean tight copy. Dust jacket with some scaring on the front and worn ends & corners, remains an attractive bright copy. ; 8vo .

$15.00

The Night the Toys Came to Life
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The Night the Toys Came to Life

By Blyton, Enid; Illustrated by Shirley Willis

New York: Gallery Books. Very Good. 1989. Hardcover. 0831763965 . Beautiful new edition of the classic story first published in 1943 as "The Toys Come to Life." Shirley Willis has illustrated the original text with engaging illustrations in full color. Glossy pictorial hardcover with minimal wear to ends. .

$10.00

The Thanksgiving Dinner : A Christmas Memory
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The Thanksgiving Dinner : A Christmas Memory

By Copote, Truman

New York: Random House. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Hardcover. 103 pp. Fine copy of these two classic works in one volume, in matching slipcase. A straight copy with red publisher stain, no ownership or other markings. The final blank pages are partially uncut. The slipcase has worn corner tips. ; 8vo .

$22.00

The Night the Toys Had a Party
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The Night the Toys Had a Party

By Blyton, Enid; Illustrated by Sue Pearson

New York: Gallery Books. Very Good. 1989. Hardcover. 0831763965 . Beautiful new edition of the classic story first published in 1945 as "Teddy Bear's Party." Sue Pearson has illustrated the original text with engaging, whimsical illustrations in full color. Glossy pictorial hardcover with minimal wear to ends. .

$10.00

The Waste Land and Other Poems
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The Waste Land and Other Poems

By Eliot, T. S.

New York: Harvest Books. Very Good. 1957. Reprint. Softcover. HB 1 Printed F.12.57 88pp. +1 page publisher list. A nice early printing of this edtion; with lightly worn edges and lightly toned spine. ; 8vo .

$12.00

Wanted A Matchmaker
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Wanted A Matchmaker

By Ford, Paul Leicester

New York: Dodd Mead & Co.. Good. 1900. First Edition. Hardcover. First printing. 1900. 111 pp. TEG. Beautifully illustrated with 4 full page plates, plus the frontispiece by Howard Chandler Christy, each with printed tissue guard- some offsetting. Cover design and text boarders by Margaret Armstrong; signed binding using her monogram of MA. Good only. Missing preliminaries to half title; previously repaired front hinge, worn edges. ; 8vo .

$25.00

Harry Tracy The Death Dealing Oregon Outlaw
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Harry Tracy The Death Dealing Oregon Outlaw

By Ward, William

Cleveland, OH: Arthur Westbrook. Poor. 1908. Softcover. "Profusely Illustrated." An early western based on the life of the real Harry Tracy often referred to as "The Last Desperado". Off center printed cover missing foredge. Closed tear along the spine. Text block with some chipping. Pages toned and of poor pulp quality. Scarce. Harry Tracy was the topic of many dime novels as well as plays and a 1982 movie “Harry Tracy, Desperado.” No one will ever know just how many people died at the Tracy’s hands. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$12.00

A Christmas Carol
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A Christmas Carol

By Dickens, Charles

New York: The John C. Winston Company. Fine in Fine dust jacket. Hardcover. 9780486268651 . Hardcover in red cloth boards F/F is in clear removable protective cover. ; 4to up to 12" tall. aka Quarto"; 131 pp pages .

$12.00

The Complete Signet Classic Shakespeare
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The Complete Signet Classic Shakespeare

By Shakespeare, William & Sylvan Barnet

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Good. 1972. Hardcover. 0155126105 . In Good condition " Shakespeare's poems and sonnets accompany his thirty-eight comedies, tragedies, and historical plays presented in chronological order " ; 10.20 X 7.60 X 2.40 inches; 1776 pp pages .

$10.00

The Man Without A Country
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The Man Without A Country

By Hale, Edward Everette

Mount Vernon: Peter Pauper Press. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1938. Hardcover. Brown cloth. Decorated and illustrated by Valenti Angelo. Limited to 1450 copies; 59 pages, some uncut. Without the original slipcase. Spine title is faded, small smudge on the cover. ; 8vo .

$20.00

Spring Fever
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Spring Fever

By Wodehouse, P. G.

Doubleday. Good in Good dust jacket. 1848. Hardcover. First American Edition. This is an ex model library edition with all the markings, including the card sleeve with card (of some interest, imo). This copy has a slight lean along and a nice dust jacket which was price clipped and adhered firmly to the boards. A Wodehouse masterpiece first published on 20 May 1948, in the United Kingdom by Herbert Jenkins, London and in the United States by Doubleday and Co, New York. Although not featuring any of Wodehouse's regular characters, the cast contains a typical Wodehousean selection of English aristocrats, wealthy Americans, household staff and imposters. ; 8vo .

$18.00

Saturday Review February 23, 1963: Robert Frost
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Saturday Review February 23, 1963: Robert Frost

By (Robert Frost)

Saturday Review Press. Good. 1963. Hardcover. Articles about Robert Frost (d. 1/1963) by Charles R. Anderson; John Sl Dickey, John Frederick Nims. Editorial on R. Frost by John Ciardl. Clean, tight copy without loose pages; good only due to tear on the front cover. ; 8vo .

$8.00

The Litttle House on Wheels
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The Litttle House on Wheels

By Hayes, Marjorie

Boston: Little Brown and Company. Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket. 1934. Hardcover. Eighteenth printing. Brown cloth with black lettering, corners bumped, else a clean straight copy. Dust jacket edge worn with short closed tears and small chips; NOT price clipped ($1.75). Map end pages. 235 pp. A very nice copy, now in a clear archival jacket. Historical Fiction. "The story of a man who takes his motherless children from Vermont to New Orleans in a peddler's cart. A good story, with enough plot to hold the interest and a great deal about conditions, geography and history, before the Civil War, in the places through which they pass." (Kirkus Review.) ; 8vo .

$20.00

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