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Lizzie French or Pleasant Memories

Boston: Massachusets S.S. Society. 1865. hardcover. 73 pp Good-/ boards worn & soiled, pages yellowed with some waterstai. ning, pencil gift inscription on frent end page.


The Story of Hannah

By Conklin, Mrs. Nathaniel (Jennie M. Drinkwater)

New York: Robert Carter & Brothers. [1885]. hardcover. 430 pp Very Good/- light wear & scraping to boards, pages yellowing.


The Street

By Bennett, Jed

{Delray Beach]: Magenta. [1965]. paperback. 224 pp Very Good spine rolled & lightly creased, wraps lightly soiled. "he new girl working the street became too popular - then theslasher's knife struck!"


Snow Over Elden

By Moult, Thomas

New York: George H. Doran Company. hardcover. 281 pp Good/- spine cocked, boards worn & heavily soiled, corners. bumped, front end pages have address label and library bookplateand. pocket remnants, no other library markings.


Seth Way

By Owen, Caroline Dale

Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. [1917]. hardcover. 413+i pp Very Good/- boards soiled & worn along edges, some creasing. to rear, one corner bumped, page edges soiled, gift. inscription,binding solid and text clean.


The World and Winstow

By Fowler, Edith Henrietta

New York: Dodd, Mead and Company. 1901. hardcover. 459 pp Good+/- boards soiled and lightly worn along edges, page edges. soiled, name & address on front free end pag, price stamp onfreont. end page.


Fathers of Their People

By Freeman, H. W

New York: Henry Holt and Company. [1932]. first edition edition. hardcover. 316 pp Good/Fair boards worn & soiled, page edges soiled, dust jacket. creased & soiled with several closed & open tears, 1/4" missingfrom. spine tail, first & last pages soiled.


Left Bank of Desire Ace S-104

By Cassill, R. V. & Protter, Eric

New York: Ace Books. [1955]. paperback. 160 pp Very Good spine lightly rolled, light wras along edges, small. crease to front wraps, pages yellowing, name inside front cover.


Queenie The Adventures of a Nice Lady

By Fauley, Wilbur Finley

New York: The Macaulay Company. [1921]. first edition edition. hardcover. 306 pp Good/Poor spine cocked, boards worn & faded, page edges. soiled, dust jacket soiled & worn with 2/3 of spine missing,. severaltiny tears along edges, price stamped on front free end page.


Haunted Hearts

By [Cummings, Maria S.]

Boston: J. E. Tilton and Company. 1864. first edition edition. hardcover. 554 pp Good-/- spine cocked with two closed tears to cloth, boards. worn & soiled, inscription on front end page, some pages soiled. Inscribed on front free end page, "Mrs. Kittmedge from the Author."


Crystal Reflections (Beauty and the Beast fanzine)

By Kyne, Carol & Neiswender, Betty

(privately printed). c.1989. paperback. 202 pp Near Fine very light wear to wraps.


Frost and Fire

By Merrick, Elliott

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1944. hardcover. 334 pp Fair/- boards soiled with several dents, pages soiled, end. pages soiled with U.S.S. stamps, text clean and binding solid.


The Very Little Person

By Vorse, Mary Heaton

Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1911. hardcover. 164 pp Very Good/- boards & spine soiled, some soiling to illustration.


Harry Dangerfield, the Poacher

By A.L.O.E

New York: General Protestant Episcopal. 1862. hardcover. 148 pp Good/- spine cocked, boards worn & soiled, gilt faded, page. edges & table of contents soiled.


In the Forest or Pictures of Life and Scenery in the Woods of CanadaA Tale

By Traill, Mrs

London: T. Nelson and Sons. 1886. hardcover. 188 pp Good/- boards soiled & lightly worn along edges, bookplate. remnants on front end page. attractive red-brown cloth cover with black lettering & picture and agilt cameo showing Indians with animals


Northland Footprints Lives on Little Bent Tree Lake

By Conibear, Kenneth

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1937. first edition edition. hardcover. 339 pp Very Good/Good+ boards lightly worn along edges, dust jacket. soiled & lightly scraped along edges, creasing & small opentears to. spine head & tail, poorly erased name on end page. 'In this realistic novel of the Canadian Northwest, animals are thechief characters - and few dramas of human relationships are half soimpressive as this superb tragi-comedy of a whole community of beasts, fromthe little muskrat to the mighty elk, and their unceasing struggle to live."


The Lure of the Flame

By Danger, Mark

New York: The Macaulay Company. 1913. first edition edition. hardcover. 322 pp Very Good/- spine slightly cocked, spine head lightly faded. A novel about Zoe, a girl caught through indolence, vanity and loveof pleasure and introduced to the world of White Slavery in turn of thecentury London and Paris.


Memoirs of Captain Rock

By Captain Rock (Moore, Thomas)

London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme &. 1824. fifth edition edition. hardcover. 376 pp Good-/- half-leather binding shows wear & rubbing overall,. repair to spine, binding solid, two pages ragged at bottom edge,one. blind stamp, library bookplate on front end page,.


Snoot If You Must

By Beebe, Lucius

New York: D. Appleton-Century Company. 1943. first edition edition. hardcover. 296 pp Very Good/- boards lightly worn & soiled, page edges soiled,. name & date on front free end page. illustrated by Rea Irvin


Casca : Panzer Soldier

By Sadler, Barry

New York: Charter Books. [1980]. first edition edition. paperback. 218+ii pp Very Good- spine rolled & creased, wraps lightly soiled,. stamp on page edges, pages yellowing as is typical for the series. "Goldman and Casca meet in Berling, a chance meeting that gives Cascathe opportunity to tell of one of his more contemporary adventures as asoldier for the Third Reich fighting the Russian. It was easy for Casca togo along with some of the basic premise behind the Nazi war machine. Thesewere soldiers, hard fighting men born of the same millitaristic outlook thathad sustained him since that day at Calvary. But when the war went bad, whenCasca lost faith in the leaders, he had no choice but to visit the bunker inBerlin, a visit as important to the wrold as any act he had committed."


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