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Coal in Pennsylvania

By Edmunds, William E. and Edwin F. Koppe

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Near Fine. 1968. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Trade Paperback. 28-page booklet, illustrated with drawings and a double-page color map, two minor flaws to this clean copy: tanning on the spine, small area of rubbing on the back cover .

$13.00

A History of Upper Darby: Delaware County, Pennsylvania
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A History of Upper Darby: Delaware County, Pennsylvania

By A Committee Of Interested Residents

Philadelphia, PA: Clark Printing House, Inc.. Near Fine. 1972. Hardcover. Hardcover, no dustjacket, illustrated cloth covers, very nice copy, mild tanning on the spine is the only remarkable flaw, 227 pages, includes many photos and two double-page end-paper maps .

$24.00

Historic Newtown

By Barnsley, Edward R.

Newtown, Pennsylvania: Self-Published. Good. 1934. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Hardcover, no dustjacket, "..prepared for the celebration of the 250th anniversary of Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania," illustrated throughout, the blue cloth has mottling on the spine and there is some spotting to the cover, the binding is tight and the contents are fine ; 146 pages .

$84.00

Milton Langes Derstine and Sallie Hackman Halteman: Descendants and Known Derstine Ancestors Report

By Wenger, Samuel E.

Morgantown, Pennsylvania: Masthof Press. Near Fine. 2008. Trade Paperback. Large paperback in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws to this clean, attractive copy, 87 pages, illustrated with photos and a color map, nice gift copy .

$49.00

Along the Saucony: the Kutztown Area's Early Inhabitants: The Artifact Gathering Legacy of Henry K. Deisher

By Strasser, Brendan D. (editor)

2003: Kutztown Area Historical Society. Very Good+. 2003. 1st Edition. Trade Paperback. Large paperback, this copy is marked "Defective" and a note from the publisher is included: "Due to a problem during the printing process, the covers of this first issue were scratched during the book binding stage..," this is the only remarkable flaw, the binding is tight and clean and the contents are fine, the Limited Edition number has been crossed out as it was replaced by "newly printed copy with a laminated cover," a perfectly usable copy of this exhibition catalogue with several illustrations, much information on archaeology/Native Americans .

$28.00

Jacobsburg: A Pennsylvania Community and its People

By Sandwick Sr, Charles M.

Nazareth, PA: Jacobsburg Historical Society. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1985. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Hardcover with dustjacket, book is in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws, jacket has a few minor imperfections, overall it is clean and attractive and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, 182 pages, illustrated and includes references, the original errata sheet is also included .

$59.00

The Hub of the Tulpehocken

By Ibach, Earl W.

Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania: Self-Published. Very Good. 1976. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Large format hardcover, issued without a dustjacket, scarce and comprehensive volume on Berks County, Pennsylvania regional history: Bethel, Shartlesville, Wernersville, Millbach, Myerstown, Mt. Aetna, Rehrersburg, Centreport, Strausstown, Bernville, Robesonia, Newmanstown, Richland, Stouchsburg, Host & Womelsdorf, 665 pages, many illustrations, book has scuffing to the brown cloth cover, no other remarkable flaws, the binding is tight and the contents are fine .

$259.00

Wreck Trains & Wrecks of the Reading Railroad

By Bernhart, Benjamin L. (editor)

Hanover, Pennsylvania: Sheridan Press. Fine. 2001. Trade Paperback. Large paperback in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws to this clean, attractive copy, signed and dated "5/30/01" by the editor, a photographic gold mine, "In this publication you will find what I believe to be the most significant written and pictorial history of wreck on the Reading Railroad and the equipment used to clean up these wrecks, nice gift copy" ; 173 pages; Signed by Editor .

$64.00

The Pennsylvania Rifle

By Dyke, Samuel E

Lancaster, PA: Lancaster County Bicentennial Committee. Very Good. 1974. Trade Paperback. 0915010054 . Large paperback, signed by the author on the title page, illustrated with photos, drawings and a map, "Lancaster County during the American Revolution" series, "The most distinctive, and perhaps most effective, weapon used by either side in the American Revolution was the Pennsylvania rifle," the cover has some rubbing and two small abrasions, mild fading near the edge of the front cover, the binding is tight and clean and the contents are fine; ; 61 pages; Signed by Author .

$32.00

Ghost Lumber Towns of Central Pennsylvania: Laquin, Masten, Ricketts, Grays Run

By Taber III, Thomas T.

Pennsylvania: Self-Published. Near Fine. 1970. Trade Paperback. Large paperback, two minor flaws to this clean, attractive copy: mild tanning to the edge of the cover, small label-ghost at top of front cover, the binding is tight and the contents are fine, illustrated with photos and maps, Book No. 3 in the series Logging Railroad Era of Lumbering in Pennsylvania .

$16.00

Traveling the Pennsylvania Railroad:  The Photographs of William H. Rau
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Traveling the Pennsylvania Railroad: The Photographs of William H. Rau

By Van Horne, John C. (editor) & William H. Rau (Photographer)

University of Pennsylvania Press. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 2002. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. 0812236254 . Oblong hardcover with dustjacket, book looks new, no remarkable flaws, jacket has an unfortunate 2-inch surface-scrape on the front panel, nice shape otherwise with a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, reproduces almost 100 of these vintage photographs, "selected for their historical and artistic significance, as full-page quadtone plates, capturing the originals as closely as possible. The photographs are arranged in geographical order along the various branches of the PRR and each photograph is accompanied by a descriptive caption provided by PRR expert James J. D. Lynch Jr." ; 264 pages .

$27.00

The Power of Clan: The Influence of Human Relationships on Heart Disease

By Bruhn, John G. & Stewart Wolf

New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1993. Hardcover. 1560000430 . Hardcover with dustjacket, illustrated throughout, includes a bibliography, book and jacket are in excellent condition, there are no remarkable flaws and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, nice gift copy; ; 171 pages .

$39.00

Pitch Pine and Prop Timber: the Logging Railroads of South - Central Pennsylvania

By Kline Jr, Benjamin F. G.

Pennsylvania: Self-Published. Near Fine. 1971. 1st Edition. Trade Paperback. Large paperback, mild tanning to the edge of the cover is the only flaw to this clean, attractive copy, "Book No. 1 in the series Logging Railroad Era of Lumbering in Pennsylvania," features many great photos and maps .

$18.00

Over the Alleghenies: The Coming of the Mennonites Into Westmoreland and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania

By Studer, Gerald C. (editor)

Scottdale, Pennsylvania: Scottdale Mennonite Church. Very Good. 1965. Trade Paperback. 64-page booklet, includes a map and illustrations, this copy has the signature of John L. Ruth (in pencil) who was the owner of this copy on the title page along with a previous ownership stamp, the cover has very mild signs of use, the binding is tight and the contents are fine .

$59.00

Introduction to Pennsylvania German

By Miller, Stephen D. and Alice B. Spayd (Revised by)

Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center/Kutztown University. Very Good+. 2003. Revised Edition. Trade Paperback. Large spiral-bound paperback, has a faint stain on the back cover, else excellent condition, 61 pages, quote from the authors: "In the Spring of 2002 we were making some changes to this book with the idea of using it in beginner Pennsylvania German classes. We asked Professor C. Richard Beam for permission to revise this booklet and copy it for use in our classes." .

$99.00

Reminiscences: Forty-Three Years in America from April 1865 to April 1908

By Griffith, Rev. John T.

Morriston: Jones & Sons. Good+. 1913. Hardcover. Hardcover, no dustjacket, 211 pages + a page of errata at the end of the book, includes a frontis of the author and a photo of the first faculty of Crozer Theological Seminary, 1868, this is an ex-library copy with the following flaws: a small catalogue label at bottom spine, card pocket and stamp of St. Thomas U. C. C. Bernville, Penna. on the front and rear end-papers, some rippling to the red cloth, and some corner-creased pages, the binding is clean and the contents are fine, a nice reading copy .

$37.00

Colonial Philadelphians

By Roach, Hannah Benner

The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. Fine. 1999. Trade Paperback. 1887099085 . Large paperback in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws to this new-looking copy, "Monograph Series No. 3 by this publisher, nice gift copy; 216 pages .

$24.00

Ground Water in Southeastern Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Geologic Survey; Fourth Series, Bulletin W 2

By Hall, George M.

Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Topographic and Geologic Survey. Very Good. 1934. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Hardcover, no dustjacket, 255 pages, the area covered includes that part of the state lying south and east of Kittatinny, Blue or North Mountain, an area of approximately 8,000 square miles," this copy is missing the map in the rear pocket and the former owner's name is present on the inside of the front cover, the binding is tight and clean and the contents are fine .

$17.00

History of Hatfield; Montgomery County Pennsylvania

By Allebach, David K.

Hatfield, PA: Hatfield Community Bicentennial Commission. Near Fine. 1975. Trade Paperback. Large paperback in excellent condition, some mild tanning on the spine is the only remarkable flaw, 120 pages, reprint of the original 1944 edition .

$24.00

Andreas Kolb, 1749-1811

By Hershey, Mary Jane Lederach

Pennsylvania: Menonite Quarterly Review. Very Good. 1987. Trade Paperback. Large paperback, reprinted from the Mennonite Quarterly Review, inscribed and signed by the author on the title page: "To Carolyn - Mary Jane Hershey." This extract features 20 color illustrations of Kolb's artwork, including a fold-out plate, the front cover has several damp-marks on the front cover but they are mild and they are not unsightly, the binding is tight and the contents are fine ; Signed by Author .

$15.00

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