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The High Schools of Lynn Present PETER PAN. April 8 & 9, 1948.

By Produced By Marion Wilkins Benvie

Lynn, MA: Lionel MacDuff , 1948 Interesting collaboration of 2 High Schools (Classical and English) to produce this wonderful play. Many people (over 200 students in just the cast and stage crew) were involved, lots of photos and happy faces! 40 illustrated pages in stiff illustrated wrappers. Quite an undertaking. Only. Oversize Green Illustrated PB. Near Fine/NA. Illus. by Al Farese . 4to - 11.5" Tall. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


The One Hundred & Fiftieth Anniversary of Lancaster New Hampshire 1764-1914 . The Official Report of the Celebration Held in August Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen.

By David M. White

The Committee, 1914. Condition: Near Fine in Navy blue cloth covers, teg, limited (1000) edition, lightly rubbed cover and spine edges. Original plain paper dust wrapper present. 142 pages illustrated with photographs. . Near Fine.


Home Land - Signed By Author.

By Emery, Katharine Farwell

Littleton, NH: Courier Publishing Co., Inc., Courier Publishing Co., Inc., Littleton, NH. Hardcover. Condition: In the original glassine Jacket..


I Remember: Short, Short, True Stories of the North Country. Signed and Inscriber By Wilbur.

By Schurman, Wilbur M.

Lancaster Nh: NORTH COUNTRY PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1974 Quite Scarce:. First. Illustrated Wraps. Near Fine. Illus. by Assorted. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bagged for Preservation.


I Remember: Short, Short, True Stories of the North Country.

By Schurman, Wilbur M.

Lancaster Nh: NORTH COUNTRY PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1974 Quite Scarce:. First. Illustrated Wraps. Near Fine. Illus. by Assorted. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bagged for Preservation.


PSU - Plymouth State University Yearbook, Year Book . 2014 . The Conning Tower

By PSU Students

192 color filled pages! Nice condition with a small bump to front upper corner, else all fine. .



By Kempton Bearce - Ravenswood, Conway, New Hampshire.

Privately printed and bound in Ravenswood, Conway, NH in February, 2000. So ststed on the typed (copyright)..? page. Author's...? phone # in black felt tip pen also present. Approximately 200 pages printed one side with many photos, old advertising, catalog pages, etc... along with the text history of nearly 50 significand and/or notable snoe shoe makers. All specifically from the tri-state area (NH, VT, ME) and NY. Very scarce, not in worldcat or in fact anywhere on the net at the time of this research. The author's name was not able to be referenced either, so that is good in one way at least!. B&B - Book Moose B&B (Bagged & Boarded). Bagged in Clear Poly Bag.


Tracked in the Whites. Flat Signed, Fine in Dust Wrapper.

By Tom Eslick

Write Way Pub, 1997 1997 About fine, as new in archival wrapped DJ. Clean and crisp. . Flat Signed.


Homemaker's Delight: A Book of Favorite Recipes. Compiled By the Women's Auxiliary of Thornton United Methodist Church, West Thornton, N. H. 1967.

By Women of theThornton United Methodist Church

"To Bonnie from Mommy" inside front cover. A nice antuque regional cook book for this small town in North-Central NH. 60 pages + index, spiral bound light green card covers..


Middlebury College Battell Forest and Battell Park . 30,000 Acres Under Management. Middlebury, Vermont March, 1926. Large folding colored Map in Folder.

A large folding colored map tipped-in to a dark green oblong folder measuring about 11" x 4.5" Map is colored and measures 21" wide x 26" tall. Adorning the folder is text of historical nature and quotes from several famous conservationists. The map has 2 small tears and a bit of staining along one of them, likely moisture. Folder is a bit wrinkled, still VG - VG-. Photos available. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


Country Inns in the White Mountains Favorite Recipes.

By Inkeepers in the White Mountains

40 pages of illustrated recipes in decorated card wrappers, siklen tie attached as a page-minder or old gift tie. Nice!. Bagged for Posterity.


Conway - A Poem, November, 1912.

By Rev. T. C. Chapman, Jr.

Conway - A Poem, November, 1912. 4 pages in photo Illustrated wrappers, 8vo. Photo front cover of Mt. Washington from Conway Village. Very scarce, . Archival Bagged & Boarded.


Family Farm. Signed [Flat] By Author.

By Bradley, Dick, Illustrated by Photos,

Campton, NH: Private Hard Cover. About Fine/NA. 1st. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. SCARCE: 160 pages, nicely illustrated with photos. Local NH Family & town history..


Granite '71 - 1971 Yearbook (Year Book) for the UNH (University of New Hampshire) in Durham, NH.

By Students of UNH, Drham, NH

Appears like new, small scuff to FC, else fine. 336 illustrated and text-filled pages of college activities and history. Class and personal photos and anecdotes, poetry, Artwork, etc.... This one is a bit different from the hundreds of others I have seen pass through my bookshop over 30 years. Nearly all of the content ( pp 1-148 ) is devoted to student's photos, personal, school, many political in nature, followed by several pages of politically based dissertations, and then the class photos. I get the impression that there was quite a lot of complications and internal strife during that time. It is certainly hugely anti-Vietnam War and very political in nature. 'In Memory of' page dedicated to, assumed, those students lost in the War with Vietnam. There are no photos of sports, activities, history, school campus, etc.... It would seem to have been more of a statement than a typical yearbook and quite unique as such. They did however seem to be OK with allowing the usual commercial/business ads in the rear, pps 313-330... a little contradictory in my opinion. A scarce one of a limited edition published. . Author. Near Fine to Fine.


History of the Town of Andover, New Hampshire 1751-1906 . First Edition, Hardcover, Not a reprint.

By Eastman, John R.

Hardcover Publisher: Concord, N.H. : Rumford Printing, 1910 Used - Very Good, A good example of this fine New Hampshire town History. 406p + index. A nice example with some neat library markings, addenda pages by the author laid-in. Illustrated by Photos & foldout maps. First edition. Very Good.


Map of New Hampshire Showing State and Main Travelled Highways, Railroads and Airports. 1935

By State Planning and Development Commission.

A 12 panel large folding map in near fine condition. Red and black line over cream-colored paper. Tourist destination and informational text on verso. Quite well-kept and nice. Map also includes Vermont and was jointly issued by the H-Way depts of both states, Vermont placed their state name on Maps given out in VT. Map copyright of 'General Drafting', 1935. A small abrasion and hole found at a corner/fold junction, not distracting. .


The Hand-Painted Photographs of Charles Henry Sawyer . First Printing, 2002.

By Carol Begley Gray, et. Al.

Minor to moderate cover wear, 61 illustrated pp with order forms intact. Old man on rear cover, he fell march 3rd, 2003, much to the dismay and surprise of millions of NH, US, & world citizens. Others available, some signed by Carol. . Very Good.


Which Shall We Choose? A Campaign Speech in Rhyme. Presidential National Convention , Littleton, New Hampshire, 1928.

By James W. Remick, Herbert Hoover and Al Smith

An 8 page poem belittling Al Smith, governor of NY and opponent of Herbert Hoover in the 1928 Presidential election, delivered at a meeting of the Republical Flying Squadron in Littleton, New Hampshire by James W. Remick in 1928. Pamphlet is oblong in stiff green wrappers. A very scarce original publication. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


Water Resources Development By the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in; New Hampshire, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont & Rhode Island. 1959 (Set of All 6 Books for the New England States)

By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Sold as a set only. Text illustrated with photos and drawings, fold-out colored map in the back of each volume. Approximately 400 total pages. An excellent reference from Middlebury College, VT. with a few markings thus. Scarce..


A Hermit's Wild Friends Or Eighteen Years In The Woods "The Hermit of Gloucester" ( Massachusetts) First Edition, 1903.

By Mason Walton

1903 Boston: Dana Estes & Co. (1903), 1903. 8vo.; embossed pictorial cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spine and cover, vi, 304 pages; hardcover; b/w illustrations and b/w photographic illustration on frontispiece of the author; details the 18 years the author spent as a hermit and what he learned about nature in the wods around Gloucester, MA. Very Good. Hard Cover. VG.


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