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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Exposition of the English Language,
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Exposition of the English Language,

By Walker, John

Philadelphia: Griggs and Dickinson for Joseph McDowell, 1829. Abridged ed. Hardcover. Poor/No jacket. 413 pages with appendix. Abridged for the use of schools by an American citizen. Double column pages. Leather binding with gilt titles and bands on spine. Back cover missing, spine cocked, front cover scrubbed with surface loss, heavy edge wear with bumped and frayed corners and spine ends, multiple signatures and writing with drawings on end papers, "Harrison S. Bushong's book" with various dates, paper with list of Hinkles and Rice families laid in, calling card for Sallie R. Kemp also laid in, interior pages tanned with some foxing, back end papers chipped along edges, binding seems tight.

$26.00

Classroom Management
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Classroom Management

By Bagley, William Chandler

New York: The MacMillan Company, 1922. Later printing. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 322 pages, with index. A textbook for education students who will be teaching in elementary school classrooms. Green cloth binding with gilt titles and bands on spine, brown end papers. Stains and spots on cover, edge wear, wrinkles on back cover, heavy ding in bottom of front cover, corners and spine ends bumped, former owner's names "Margie Oegram" and "Elizabeth Carter" on front free end papers, interior pages lightly tanning, binding tight, pencil and ink notations on blank end papers in back of book.

$7.80

Webster's New International Dictionary of the English Language
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Webster's New International Dictionary of the English Language

By Harris, W. T and F. Sturges Allen, Editors

Springfield, Massachusetts: G & C. Merriam Company, 1914. Revised. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 2620 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings and color flag section in front, cutouts on page edges with tabs for alphabet. Based on the international dictionary of 1890 and 1900, completely revised in all departments, including also a dictionary of geography and biography. Brown cloth binding with gilt titles and bands on spine, gilt top edge. Some scuffing and spotting of covers, edge wear, gilt still bright, hinges a little weak due to weight of book, interior pages lightly tanned, tabs are worn, binding tight, back board warped at bottom corner.

$26.00

Principles of the Law of Contracts (Anson on Contracts, Turck Edition)
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Principles of the Law of Contracts (Anson on Contracts, Turck Edition)

By Anson, Sir William R., edited by Jerome C. Knowlton and Charles Joseph Turck

Chicago: Callaghan and Company, 1929. Revised. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 654 pages with index. A textbook on contract law for first year law students. Black cloth binding with gilt titles on spine. Heavy spotting of cover, edge wear, spine a little faded and scuffed with some fading of gilt, conrers and spine ends bumped, former owner's name "Hhoss Osborn, Spokane, WA on front end papers, front free end paper cut out, interior pages tanning, binding tight.

$9.75

Imaginative Writing
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Imaginative Writing

By Bildersee, Adele

Boston: D. C. Heath and Company, 1927. Probable First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 226 pages. A guide to writing by a teacher who discovered that the art of writing cannot be taught, only learned with a guide and advisor. Olive green cloth binding with blindstamped titles on front cover and spine (spine titles may be faded gilt). Some wear and staining to cover, spotting, spine faded, former owner's name "wm. T. McKinnon, Feb. 9, 1927" on front free end paper, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight.

$6.50

Children's Reading
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Children's Reading

By Terman, Lewis M. and Margaret Lima

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1926. Later printing. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 363 pages with title index. A guide to using the natural interests of children to encourage them to read. Small slip crediting a grant fronm the Commonwealth Fund bound in. Blue cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Spine cocked, gilt a little faded, some edge wear and spotting, corners and spine ends bumped, former owner's name "Florence Marcia Zuesse?" on front free end paper, interior pages tanned, binding tight.

$5.20

The Wonderful Wedding Workbook
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The Wonderful Wedding Workbook

By Boggs, Barbara, Gretchen Poston and Ellen Proxmire

Washington - New York: Robert B. Luce, Inc., 1971. Not stated. Hardcover. Very Good/good. 256 pages. A workbook for the perfect wedding by the founders of Wonderful Weddings, Inc., a wedding consulting firm. Covers every aspect of putting together a wedding, from announcing the engagement to the final moments of the reception and on to the honeymoon. Forms, guides, and so on are all still intact and not filled out. Blue cloth binding with silver titles on spine. Titles bright, light edge wear, a little bumping of corners and spine ends, interior pages a little tanned, no obvious markings or missing parts, binding title. Illustrated blue jacket with black titles on front cover and spine shows some edge wear, scrubbing, short tears at edges and folds, $7.50 price not clipped.

$26.00

Magill's First Book in Virginia History
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Magill's First Book in Virginia History

By Magill, Mary Tucker

Lynchburg, Virginia: J. B. Bell Company, 1908. Not stated. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 217 plus advertising page, illustrated with black and white frontispiece portrait with facsimile signatureand black and white drawings. An introduction to Virginia history for use in schools. Quarter cloth over green illustrated boards with green titles on front cover. Heavy wear to cover with stains and spotting, cloth soiled and worn, corners and spine ends bumped, front free end paper attached to board at hinge, staining of end papers with some scribbles, sticker on back end paper, back hinge showing webbing, some soiling and spotting of interior pages with a few pencil marks, binding tight.

$13.00

The Education Index, June 1951 - May 1952
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The Education Index, June 1951 - May 1952

By Carpenter, Dorothy Ross and Elizabeth L. Miller, Editors

New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1952. First edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 763 pages. A comprehensive guide to educational literature of the time period. Red cloth binding with black titles on front ocver and spine. Some soiling of cover, spine a bit faded, light edge wear, bumping of corners and spine ends, interior pages bright, binding tight.

$13.00

Lee's Primary School History
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Lee's Primary School History

By Lee, Susan Pendleton

Richmond, Virginia: B. F. Hohnson Publising Co., 1897. First edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 246 pages, plus advertising, illustrated with black and white drawings. A history textbook for children from ages eight to twelve. Blue cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Titles on spine faded, some wear to cover, some spotting, corners and spine ends bumped, hinges a bit weak and showing some webbing, owner's names in pencil on front end papers with some soiling and scribbles, front end paper and frontispiece detached at bottom, a little soiling and marking of interior pages, back free end paper missing, soiling of back fixed end paper, binding a little shaken.

$9.10

Smith's First Book in Geography
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Smith's First Book in Geography

By Smith, Roswell C.

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, c. 1860. Twenty-ninth Edition, Revised. Hardcover. Poor/No jacket. 180 pages, illustrated with 126 black and white engravings and twenty maps. Most, if not all, of the maps are in color and quite lovely. Quarter leather binding over pictoral boards with black titles on front cover. Cover is badly faded with spotting and scratches, heavy edge wear, chipping and bumping of corners and spine ends, some chipping of surface of both front and back cover with large leading corner piece missing from back cover, former owner's name "Joseph Miller, Franklin School, February 1, 1864, Mr. Andrew Schamel Preceptor" on front free end paper, multiple notes on end papers, names in pencil on frontispiece and title page, interior pages tanned with some soiling and spotting, a few scribbles and notes on last three pages, binding tight.

$19.50

Effective Speaking
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Effective Speaking

By Phillips, Arthur Edward

Chicago: The Newton Company, 1926. Later printing. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 314 pages with index. A practical system and guide to confidence in public speaking. Dark red cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Cover spotted, some edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, light crease in spine, former owner's name "W. T. McKinnon, Prof. of English" on front fixed end paper, name stamp on front free end paper, small stain on front fixed end paper, interior pages lightly tanned with a few pencil margin notes, binding tight.

$7.80

Laboratory Atlas of the 13-MM. Pig Embryo
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Laboratory Atlas of the 13-MM. Pig Embryo

By Boyden, Edward A.

Philadelphia: The Wistar Institute Press, 1933. Second Edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 91 pages, with black and white drawings and figures on almost every page. Written by a professor of anatomy to illustrate mammalian organogeny. Tan cloth binding with black titles on front cover and spine. Some spotting of cover, edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, stains, former owner's name on front free end paper, small holes in front and back fixed end papers, minor spotting of interior pages, some notations and labeling of illustrations, binding tight.

$32.50

A Latin Primer
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A Latin Primer

By Gildersleeve, B. L. (Revised by author and Chapman Maupin

New York: University Publishing Company, 1901. Later printing. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 208 pages with vocabulary. A primer addressing the needs of the beginning Latin student. Gray boards with quarter leather, gilt titles on spine. Boards and leather much scuffed, chips in leather at spine ends, corners bumped, spots and scratches, multiple names in pencil on end papers, hinges weak with back hinge showing webbing, some spotting of interior pages with a few small notations, binding weak in places.

$6.50

Three Thousand Practice Words
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Three Thousand Practice Words

By Westlake, J. Willis

New York: Hinds, Noble & Eldridge, 1874. Later printing. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 75 pages. A selection of words for the student to study, refined from the spelling book and dictionary. Brown cloth binding with gilt titles in gilt border on front cover. Heavy wear to cover, some fraying and chipping of edges, corners and spine ends bumped, scuffs, scratches and spots, writing in pencil on front end paper, title page and copyright page, writing on back end papers, front free end paper missing, spotting of end papers, a few pencil notations on inner pages, which are tanned, occasional short tears in inner pages, binding tight.

$3.90

Elements of Civil Government
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Elements of Civil Government

By Peterman, Alex. L.

New York: American Book Company, 1903. West Virginia Edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 272 pages, with a supplement for West Virginia. West Virginia Edition. A study of goverment beginning with elements known to the student and expanding the knowledge. Blue-gray cloth binding with black titles on front cover, gilt titles on spine. Gilt faded, some edge wear, two small flaws at bottom of front cover near spine, corners and spine ends bumped, spotting, small stains and minor scuffs, end papers foxed and tanned, interior pages lightly tanned with no obvious marks or notations, binding tight.

$3.90

Studien und Plaudereien in Vaterland, Second Series
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Studien und Plaudereien in Vaterland, Second Series

By Stern, Sigmon M.

New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1881. Eighth Edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. "Studies and Chats in country" written in German in a beautiful font that looks like Old German. Full title is Studien und Plaudereien in Vaterland, Second Series, by Sigmon M. Stern, director of Stern's School of Languages, New York, and Menco Stern. Eighth Edition, revised. Published by Henry Holt and Company, New York, copyright 1881. 380 pages including tables of grammar. Burgundy cloth binding faded to brown with gilt titles on spine, gray end papers. Some edge wear to cover, corners and spine ends bumped, gilt a little faded, some spotting and scuffing of cover, interior pages a little tanned with a few pencil notations, two pages stained because of inserted material, former owner's name "Minnie Cox" on front free end paper, binding tight.

$5.20

Collectanea Graeca Minora: Ad Usum Tironum
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Collectanea Graeca Minora: Ad Usum Tironum

By Dalzel, Andreas

Cambridge: J. A. Cummings and W. Hilliard, 1813. Third American Edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. Third American Edition. Multiple page numbered sets plus preface and table of contents. Collectanea Graeca Minor by Andreas Dalzel, published by J. A. Cummings and W. Hilliard, Cambridge, printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1813. Third American Edition. Appears to be a collection of minor Greek writings, including Aesop's Fables, among others. Written in Greek with the Greek alphabet. Full leather, red spine label with gilt title. Cover worn and scratched with chips in leather, edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, spine faded, front cover almost detached, binding tight otherwise, interior pages lightly tanned and a little foxed, pencil notations in some margins, former owner's name "William G. Bland" on front end papers and on back end papers. William G. Bland may be the son of Maryland judge Theodorick Bland.

$13.00

Grammaire Francaise, Cours Suerieur & Exercises Francais, Cours Superieur, Two Volumes
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Grammaire Francaise, Cours Suerieur & Exercises Francais, Cours Superieur, Two Volumes

By Calvet, J. and C. Chompret

Paris: J. de Gigord, 1928. Sixth Edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 364 pages with index. Two volumes of French language textbooks. Hardcover, green papered boards with green cloth strip on spine, paper label printed with black titles on spine. Spines faded and tanned, paper label tanned and scrubbed with chips missing along edges, crack in front cover board of Grammaire Francaise, some staining and spotting, a little edge wear with small chips, corners and spine ends bumped, wrinkles in paper over boards, light pencil notations on front free end paper, back free end paper missing in first volume and front free end paper missing in next volume, interior pages lightly tanned, bindings tight.

$3.25

Elementary Latin
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Elementary Latin

By Smith, M. L.

Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1920. Revised. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 330 pages plus vocabularies, numerous black and white illustrations and color frontispiece. A first year Latin textbook meant to engage the student and minimize the difficulty of the subject. Olive green cloth binding with gilt titles and decorations on front cover and spine. Spine faded and tanned, gilt dull, light spotting, cover tanned, a little edge wear with bumped corners and spine ends, a little soiling of end papers, interior pages stained at bottom leading corners, otherwise mostly clean and very lightly tanned, binding tight.

$3.25

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