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Leaflets of Artists.

By Simpson, Corelli, C.W. - Editor

Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer, 1893. 77 pp. Cream cloth, title gilt on spine and front board. With frontispiece portrait of Jeremiah Hardy. A compilation of biographical sketches of 17 artists working in Bangor in the second half of the 19th Century, including portrait painter Jeremiah Hardy, his sister, Mary Ann Hardy, his daughter, Anna Eliza Hardy and two of his female students, Isabel Graham Eaton and Florence Whitney Jennison. Also George Savary Wasson. Some spotting on boards, contemporary gift inscription on free front endpaper, a date stamped on rear paste-down. VG.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$95.00

Printed Maps of the District and State of Maine 1793-1860. An Illustrated and Comparative Study.

By Thompson, Edward V.

Bangor, Maine: Nimue Books, 2010. 4to. Terra cotta cloth, title stamped in silver on spine and front board, with color plate tipped in of 1860 Coolidge map on front board. xxii, 447 pp. With detailed descriptions of each map. With descriptions of various state of maps. Each entry includes a full page plate of that particular map; most plates in full color. llustrated details are shown for different states of particular maps. Appendices include a desciptive checklist of the maps of Maine, a chronological checklist of the maps of Maine, bibliography and an index of names and mapmakers. Fine . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$135.00

Important Maine Maps, Books, Prints and Ephemera. Catalogue Raisonné.

By Thompson, Edward V.

Orono, Maine: Stillwater Press, 2003. xx, 519, [1] pp. 4to. Purple cloth with printed paper label depicting 1860 Coolidge map of Maine pasted on front panel. An essential reference for scarce and early Maine material, with elaborate bibliographical descriptions for each item, including descriptions of plates and maps. Profusely illustrated. With index to authors, publishers, printers and mapmakers, and biographical sketches of various important persons in those fields. The catalogue includes many scarce items that seldom show up on the Internet. Estimated values and prices realized sheets laid in. With folding color prospectus of the auction, with illustrations of many items, including maps in color. VG+ No dustjacket, as issued.. Hard Cover. VG+.

$100.00

Eastern Maine and the Rebellion: Being an Account of the Principal Local Events in Eastern Maine during the War. And Brief Histories of Eastern Maine Regiments.

By Stanley, R. H.; Hall, Geo. O.

Bangor, Maine: R.H. Stanley and Co., 1887. 392 pp. Blue cloth, title gilt on spine and front board, boards ruled in blind. Frontispiece portrait, numerous engraved portraits and illustrations. A little frayed at the head of the spine, else VG. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$120.00

Eastern Maine and the Rebellion: Being an Account of the Principal Local Events in Eastern Maine during the War. And Brief Histories of Eastern Maine Regiments.

By Stanley, R. H.; Hall, Geo. O.

Bangor, Maine: R.H. Stanley and Co., 1887. 392 pp. Blue cloth, title gilt on spine and front board, boards ruled in blind. Frontispiece portrait, numerous engraved portraits and illustrations. Good: Some wear at extremities, boards soiled but a tight, sound copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.

$120.00

The Flavor of Maine

By Schrumpf, Brownie

Bangor, Maine: Bangor Daily News, 1976. With over 100 Additional Recipes. xii, 165 pp. Spiral Bound. The Second edition, as scarce as the first in my experience, includes a title page. Brownie wrote a cooking column, with recipes, for the Bangor Daily News from 1951 until 1994 when she was 91. A classic of authentic Maine cooking. A few vestiges of printer ink on the inside of the front cover, a little soiling on back cover else VG. A bright, clean copy of a book usually found with cookings stains or other signs of heavy use. . Second Edition.

$75.00

The Flavor of Maine

By Schrumpf, Brownie

Bangor, Maine: Bangor Daily News, 1976. Recipes in Honor of the Bicentennial. xii, 165 pp. Spiral Bound. No title page, as issued. Brownie Schrumpf wrote a cooking column, with recipes, for the Bangor Daily News from 1951 until 1994 when she was 91. A classic of authentic Maine cooking. Covers a bit soiled, as usual, a few small stains on a few pages else VG. . First Edition.

$75.00

Maine Families in 1790. Five Volumes

By Ruth Gray, Anderson, Joseph Cook, Alice MacDonald Long, Lois Ware Thurston: Editors

Camden, Maine: Picton Press. 1989-1996 Green cloth, titles gilt. Volumes 1-5. Maine Genealogical Society Special Publications 2, 5, 11,18, 25, Five volumes as a set. Each volumes with index of family names. Map endpapers in vols 3-5. All volumes are first printings and are in Fine condition. Photographs available on request.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/As issued, without dust Jacket.

$250.00

Eastern Maine and the Rebellion: Being an Account of the Principal Local Events in Eastern Maine during the War. And Brief Histories of Eastern Maine Regiments.

By Stanley, R. H.; Hall, Geo. O.

Bangor, Maine: R.H. Stanley and Co., 1887. 392 pp. Blue cloth, title gilt on spine and front board, boards ruled in blind. Frontispiece portrait, numerous engraved portraits and illustrations. Very Good. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$135.00

The Plants of Baxter State Park

By Glen Mittelhauser, Jensen Bissell, Don Cameron, Alison C. Dibble, Arthur Haines, Jean Hoekwater, Marilee Lovit, and Aaron Megquier

Orono, Maine: University of Maine Press, 2016. 477 pp. Softcover. The Plants of Baxter State Park presents scientific descriptions of 857 plant species. This extensively researched guide also includes useful keys, illustrated plant-family sections, an informative introduction, a glossary of botanical terms, an extensive index of scientific and common names, and over 2,000 full-color photographs. New in shrinkwrap.. First Edition. Fine.

$29.50

Cemeteries of Cranberry Isles and the towns of Mount Desert Island: A record of names and dates on gravestones in cemeteries of Bar Harbor, Cranberry Isles, Mount Desert, Southwest Harbor, and Tremont

By Vining, Thomas F.

Bar Harbor, Maine: V.F. Thomas Co., 2000. 592 pp. Trade paperback with pictorial cover. A record of names and dates on gravestones in area cemeteries, and the history of some of these cemeteries. Fine.. First Edition. Fine.

$25.00

John Marin
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John Marin

By Fine, Ruth E.

Washington: National Gallery of Art, 1990. 312 pp. Green cloth with white lettering. With 175 color reproductions of Marin's oil paintings and watercolors, and 125 black and whiteillustrations, including many of his distinctive etching, as well as views of the artist at work. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$75.00

Bangor and Aroostook: The Maine Railroad

By Angier, Jerry and Cleaves, Herb

Littleton, Ma: Flying Yankee Enterprises, 1986. xii, 274 pp. Quarto. No. 429 of a limited, signed edition of 600 copies, which has become quite scarce, signed by both authors. Color frontispiece. With Diamond Jubileee B&A Christmas card with color RR photo. The definitive history of the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad, with numerous illustrations and photographs, some in color. With 7 appendices: roster of locomotives, stations, big game shipped, etc. VG+ in GVG dust jacket with color photographs on front and back cover, with some creasing on the back cover and one small tape repair.. Limited, Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. VG+/GVG.

$124.00

Russian Voices on the Kennebec:The Story of Maine's Unlikely Colony

By Jaster, Robert S.

Orono, Maine: University Press, 1999. 173 pp. Softcover. With 42 photographs. In the 1950's a migration of Russians, Ukranians, Belorussians, and Cossacks settled in the Kennebec Valley, to become Maine's first Russian settlement, and for a time, the largest rural Russian speaking community in the United States. They shared a common language, their Orthodox faith, and a hatred of the Soviet regime. Fine. First Edition. Fine.

$35.00

Maine in the Making of the Nation 1783-1870

By Ring, Elizabeth

Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 1996. xix, 485pp. Green cloth, spine and title gilt. Signed by the author. Presents local and state history in the framework of national history with particular reference to the part Maine natives had in the building of the West and South. Includes historic photos, drawings, and maps. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

$45.00

The City of Ellsworth Register with Surry and Bluehill

By Lawton, Peter I. (or Lawton, Loring & Jordan)

Auburn (ME): Peter I. Lawton, 1908. 253pp. A few cover spots & occasional foxing, but clean & sound in binding. A valuable reference for historians and genealogists of Hancock County, Maine.. Cloth. Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$50.00

Down East Pictures and Poems. Reprinted from The Ellsworth American.

By Wiggins, James Russell

Ellsworth (ME): Ellsworth American, 1978. 134pp, b/w photos.. Soft Cover. Good +. Oblong 8vo.

$15.00

Islands of the Mid-Maine Coast. Vol. II: Mount Desert to Machias Bay
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Islands of the Mid-Maine Coast. Vol. II: Mount Desert to Machias Bay

By McLane, Charles B.

Falmouth (ME): Kennebec River Press, 1989. 406 pp, with numerous photos, maps, index. The 2nd volume in the definitive history of the coastal Maine islands. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket: still in publisher's shrinkwrap.. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine. Oblong 4to.

$50.00

The Triumph of George B. Dorr. Father of Acadia National Park

By Collier, Sargent F.

Farmington (ME): Knowlton & McCleary, 1964. 63pp, b/w photos. Sunfading to cloth, else NF. Clean & tight throughout. Signed on ffep.. Signed by Author. Cloth. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$20.00

The Bangor Directory; containing the Names of the Inhabitants, Occupations, Places of Business, Residence

Bangor: Samuel S. Smith, 1855. 144 pp. Moderate foxing throughout, front pastedown has been rubbed, obscuring the advertising text. Else, sound & complete. Scarce.. 1/4 Bnd cloth/pictorial Paper. Good +. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$150.00

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