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Freshman History of the Class of Ninety-Four of Dartmouth College. Class of '94.

Dartmouth : The Class, 1892 44 pp, + page of class stats. Light tan wrappers, light wear, VG NOTE: We have a near set of the class of 'Ninety' with the Freshman, Sophomore & Junior histories. If I find the Senior history I will sell as a lot/4. . Original, NOT a Modern Reprint.. Titled Wraps. Very Good.

$25.00

Automobile Map of New Hampshire (SOUTH) 1904-1910

Walker Litho., 1910 A wonderfully large and colorful map by Walker, the largest and most significant map maker on the East Coast for several decades. 4 panels high by 10 panels wide, linen-backed. Good to VG condition. Actually showing a lot more than NH with Orange/Grafton to Lake Winnipiseogee (Winnipesaukee) and eastward to Buxton. ME;the southern border shows Rindge through Windham/Salen to Newburyport, MA and the coast. and all areas inbetween. It willl display quite nicely when framed. Undated, circa 1904-1910. .

$125.00

Scenic Gems of the White Mountains - Including Scenes By Harrison Bird Brown 1895

By G. W. Morris

Portland, ME: G W Morris, 1895 Quite scarce oblong and string-tied photo book. 12" x 9" with 40 pages of photos, all but 2 which are the Notch renderings by H.B. Brown that he was contracted to paint by the MCRR. in/around 1890. Undated, brown cover sheet with Cog RR car & 'Old Peppersass' pushing it up the grade, A classic White Mountains scene. Some light folds to covers and mild foxing to first page, contents nice and near fine. Later titled "The Grandeur of the White Mountains" with Scenic Gems of the White Mountains as title page, published a year or 2 later with more pages of photos. This is the earliest state of that photo book by Morris. . First. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$85.00

Laconia Middle School 2011 - 2012 Yearbook (Year Book). Lakes region, New Hampshire.
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Laconia Middle School 2011 - 2012 Yearbook (Year Book). Lakes region, New Hampshire.

By Middle School Students

Near as new, signed in pencil by Mayla and Katie in the front. 90 pages of full color photos, lakes region, New Hampshire. .

$15.00

The Tall Pines Club - Folding Booklet, 1920. Bennington, (NH) New Hampshire

Undated, circa 1920/30. Near fine (NF) with 16 pages of photos folded and bound into stiff med. green wrappers with dark green titles and camp logo to FC. Tiny bit of discoloration on lower right page corners, spine split from top of upper staple to edge, all else fine. A Summer Camp for girls (The Tall Pines Camp) and young ladies (The Tall Pines Club) during the early 20th century in Bennington, NH. . Near Fine. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$18.00

Freshman History of the Class of Ninety-Four of Dartmouth College. Class of '94.

Dartmouth : The Class, 1892 44 pp, + page of class stats. Light tan wrappers, light wear, VG NOTE: We have a near set of the class of 'Ninety' with the Freshman, Sophomore & Junior histories. If I find the Senior history I will sell as a lot/4. . Original, NOT a Modern Reprint.. Titled Wraps. Very Good.

$25.00

Mountains of New Hampshire - 1930

By New Hampshire State Development Commission

1930 Several photos by both listed WM studios from the teens through the 1960's. Undated, circa 1930 -1936, as no mention or photos of Cannon Mt./Tramway. *In 1937 the State started to advertise for the Tramway to attract attention and funding. A near-fine brochure measuring app. 5" x 8" with B&W photo illustrations as were Shorey's stock-in-trade, and appropriately well-deserved, and front cover by H. I. Orne of Conway He was one of the most prominant and popular photographers working in New Hampshire of that, and any other time. The Moosilauke Studio also garnered much attention though it was mainly localized to the Woodstock/Lincoln area. . Illus. by Guy Shorey & Moosilauke Studio . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$25.00

Sophmore History of the Class of Ninety, Dartmouth College. Read Before the Class, February 2, 1889.

By George S Mills

The Class 48 pp. NOTE: We have a near set of the class of 'Ninety' with the Freshman, Sophomore & Junior histories. If I find the Senior history I will sell as a lot/4. . Original, NOT a Modern Reprint..

$25.00

The Tall Pines Camping Club 'A Summer Camp for Business and Professional Women Teachers and College Girls' - Folding Booklet, 1920's. Bennington, (NH) New Hampshire

By Evelina Reaveley, John Reaveley, & Catherine Reaveley

Undated, circa 1920/30. Near fine (NF) with 12 pages of photos and descriptions of activities folded and bound into a large/tall booklet in stiff med. green wrappers with a silhouette illustration, dark green titles and camp logos to FC. Staples rusty, all else fine. A Summer Camp for girls (The Tall Pines Camp) and camp/club for young ladies (The Tall Pines Club) during the early 20th century in Bennington, NH. Scarce and obscure. Tuition and application sheet in rear affixed to the inside of cover, fine, no writing present. Also includes a single sheet folded twice advertising the Tall Pines Camp for Adults', 4" x 5" unfolding to app. 10" x 7", photo illustrated. . Near Fine. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$45.00

Automobile Map of New Hampshire (CENTRAL) 1904-1910

Walker Litho., 1910 A wonderfully large and colorful map by Walker, the largest and most significant map maker on the East Coast for several decades. 4 panels high by 10 panels wide, linen-backed. Good to VG condition. Actually showing a lot more than NH with St. Johnsbury, VT in the NW, Franklin, ME in the NE corner, Orange, VT SW, and Buxton, ME SE corner with all of Central NH in the large center portion. Showing the upper portion of Lake Winni in the south up to Lancaster and Success ((East Berlin) in the North, including All of the White Mountains including Starr King and the Randolph Range. I am going out on a limb here and say that most folks do not consider the White Mountains to be in Central NH. It is similar to Scarborough's Map of the White Mountains, 1903, and willl display quite nicely when framed. Undated, circa 1904-1910. . Illus. by Color Map .

$145.00

The Reservations, Camps, Huts, Shelters, and Paths of the Appalachian Mountain Club. 1921, First (only) Printing.

By Harvey N. Shepard (Chairman of the Trustees of Real Estate )

Boston: AMC: Appalachian Mountain Club, 1921 Very uncommon booklet from the AMC. Large medium stiff grey wrappers, photo illustrated with 30 printed (32 total) pages. Many photos unique to this publication. Staples heavily rusted to the point of disintegration leaving staining in 2 spots along the binding edge. Light fold creases, and a small spoy to the FC. General mild wear. Excellent photos of several huts with hikers around them, one of Lake in the Clouds Hut in Winter with ice formations; Fay, Woodman, Gilsum Reservations, Cold Spring Camp W/Campers, Rhododendron Cottage, etc.... several more. Bent/Wright #27, p 211. Very scarce, only 3 examples online at this time, all in public institutions; Dartmouth, Durham (UNH) and the NYPL. No others for sale anywhere. . Photos Available, Please email/call.. Illus. by Assorted.

$475.00

The Tall Pines 'A Summer Camp for Girls' - Folding Booklet, 1920. Bennington, (NH) New Hampshire

By Evelina Reaveley, John Reaveley, & Catherine Reaveley

Undated, circa 1920/30. Near fine (NF) with 32 pages of photos and descriptions of activities folded and bound into a large oblong booklet in stiff med. green wrappers with dark green titles and camp logos to FC. Tiny bit of wear to edges, all else fine. A Summer Camp for girls (The Tall Pines Camp) and camp/club for young ladies (The Tall Pines Club) during the early 20th century in Bennington, NH. Scarce and obscure. Tuition and application sheet in rear affixed to the inside of cover, fine, no writing present. . Near Fine. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$45.00

Portland and Ogdensburg railroad, special time permit. Issued to Mr. Frank Levitt, 1886, Signed. (Possibly/Likely Franklin Leavitt illustrator of the famous White Mountains Maps. 1852-1888)

By Leavitt, Franklin

1977 Portland and Ogdensburg railroad, special time permit. Issued to Mr. Frank Levitt, possibly Franklin Leavitt illustrator of the famous White Mountains maps. He produced seven editions from 1852 through 1888. The pass, #314, looks like it was written out for passage between stations until November 1886, likely meaning he could ride anywhere he wanted between any stops along the route. It looks like he used the ticket six or seven times. It measures 4 3/8" wide by 2 5/8" tall. Quite possibly Mr. Leavitt used the railroad and this pass to go to areas depicted in his illustrated map for revisions and etc. His final map was released by his son in 1888. Script with agents stamp to lower right corner. Photos available. . Near Fine. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$145.00

The Night the Bomber Crashed. FINE 'AS NEW' COPY.

By Floyd W. Ramsey, Illustrated by Photos

Littleton, New Hampshire, U.S.A.: Bondcliff Books, 2013 Floyd was a wonderful friend, may God Love and Keep him Safe in Heaven, untill we meet again. MG. Second Printing. NOS, About Fine, As New.

$12.00

Pemigewasset House, Plymouth New Hampshire. Gateway to the White Mountains. Illustrated business envelopes, circa 1890. J. R. Elliott prop.

By Elliot, J. R.

1890 Pemigewasset House, Plymouth New Hampshire. Gateway to the White Mountains. Illustrated business envelopes, circa 1890. J. R. Elliott prop. There are two of these, one with some ghost sunning assumed from another sheet of paper or envelope otherwise near fine. The other with a small abraided corner area approximately 1/8 x 3/8, Else near fine. 6 1/2“ long by 3 5/8“ tall. . Good to Very Good. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$25.00


Map of the White Mountains. Advertising brochure of the new Mount Pleasant House. Birds-eye view of the White Mountains copyright 1880 by H. N. Turner.

By Barron Hotels

1890 Map of the White Mountains. Advertising brochure of the new Mount Pleasant House, "The nearest hotel to the Mount Washington, which is in Plain view from base to summit."This sheet contains on the back an unrecorded version of a very early Birds-eye view of the White Mountains copyright 1880 by H. N. Turner. It was used later (early 1900's) used in several brochures for "Automobile Gala Week in the White Mountains". It measures 9 1/8 inches wide by 8 1/4 inches tall. Minor edgewear. Folding seem splits at the top and bottom. Right and Left edges may have been trimmed to fit an album or other such archiving, though all pertinant information seems to be there. Photographs of the Mount Pleasant house, and the Carzon trail up Mount Stickney which was behind Mount Pleasant House. This map is quite interesting as it contains 34 noted locations mostly mountains and notches. Also listed is Tuckerman's a ravine, mount wildcat, upper Gateway, giant stairs, etc. Another interesting note is the inclusion of hotels, train lines and trains, rivers, a lake, a horse drawn carriage can also be seen between the Glenn house and Mount Washington. The many towns and villages in the area are also noted; from the Pemigewasset house in Plymouth in the lower south western corner as far north as Lunenburg, Vermont and Lancaster, New Hampshire in the upper north western corner; to the east we see a train, the Moose River and Alpine hotel; following the train lines down we come finally to the south eastern corner with Conway and Ossipee Lake. All-in-all of this is one of the most well illustrated Birds-eye views we have seen in quite a while. Many items shown are quite small however can be well viewed with a magnifying glass. Listing #29 is also not present, & Several name tags on the map are missing when compared to the 1904 version though RR's seen are MCRR so it will date somewhere from 1887 to about 1900. Very good plus condition. Should be seen. . Very Good. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$125.00

The Willey Slide A New Chronicle of the Famous Tragedy in Ample Detail and Soberly Recounted . FINE COPY.

Littleton, New Hampshire, U.S.A.: Bondcliff Books, 2009 Floyd was a wonderful friend, may God Love and Keep him Safe in Heaven, untill we meet again. MG. Third Printing. NOS, About Fine, As New.

$12.00

History of Haverhill, N. H. - First Edition, 1888 (Copy 2)

By Bittinger, Rev. J. Q.

Haverhill, NH: Cohos Steel Press, 1888 Original very dark olive green cloth, 442 pages with 6 portrait plates and the map. First Edition, not a reprint. Spine lightly abraded, FC shows old moisture bubbling and light stains, not bad. All else very good. This example was recently deassessioned from the Abbie Greenleaf Library in Franconia, NH. Spine numbers in white and 3 bookplates inside, including the lovely gift bookplate of Mable Greenleaf in memory of Charles and Abbie Greenleaf, very nice. . First. Hard Cover. VG/NA. Illus. by Steel Plate Engravings-Portraits. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾".

$110.00

Randall House, North Conway, New Hampshire, 1880/90. Advertising booklet/brochure.

By Randall. j t

1885 Randall House, North Conway, New Hampshire, 1880/90. A smallish folding oblong brochure measuring nearly 11 inches wide by 3 3/8 inches tall, folded once with four pages. A heavy crease close to the center detracts a little from the front page illustration cover. Quite scarce, circa 1880/90. According to historical records proprietor J.T. Randall purchased the property at the close of the Civil War and renamed it ‘Randall House’. This brochure lists J.T. Randall and his son as proprietors. Front photo and design of the brochure are similar to others from the 1880’s through 1890s. The original house burned in 1908. . Good. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$35.00

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