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TOASTS AND FORMS OF PUBLIC ADDRESS.

By Pittenger, William.

Penn Pub., Philadelphia:, 1901. pp. 174, 14 [advertisement for other popular handbooks]. 12mo. 150mm. Original publisher's green cloth binding lettered and decorated in red and silver gilt. Spine lettered and decorated similarly. Cover gilt is striking but red lettering is faded. Spine rubbed. Corners sharp. Small cut on front cover near base of spine. Pages brittle. Hardbound. Very Good. NW59. Hardcover. Very Good.

$25.00

EBEN HOLDEN'S LAST DAY A-FISHING.

By Bacheller, Irving.

Harper and Bros., New York., 1907. pp. ii, 60 +Plus frontispiece. Slight damp stain. 12mo. 180mm. Publisher's full green cloth binding stamped in black and yellow. Cover decorated with pretty dandelions in the upper corners of the cover and an elderly man, looking solemn but content, holding a fishing rod . Spine lettered in yellow. Front cover slightly rubbed and soiled. Mild abrasions on edges of boards. Color in bright but with some rubbing. Spine rubbed and faded. Back cover damp stain. Addison Irving Bacheller (1859-1950) was an American journalist and writer who founded the first modern newspaper syndicate in the United States. Inside flyleaf with manuscript ownership of Paul Neer. Hardbound. Good. NW59. Hardcover. Very Good.

$25.00

THE LAST OF THE KNICKERBOCKERS: A Comedy Romance.

By Viele, Herman Knickerbocker.

Herbert S. Stone & Company, Eldridge Court, Chicago:, 1901. pp. 354. 12mo. 200mm. Original publisher's pictorial full brown cloth binding decorated with rust, and cream color stamping. Decoration depicts a puritan looking man standing in front of a red brick wall holding a pipe. Spine lettered in brown. Top edge gilt. Cover color bright with slight abrasion. Bottom edge of board dented. Spine slightly rubbed around the head and base. Corners sharp. Pages uncut. Contents clean. Hardbound. Very Good. Herman Knickerbocker Viele (1855-1908), was an American novelist, short story writer, and poet. Manuscript ownership of 'Rosa A Murray Xmas 1901' on inside pastedown. Small printed bookseller's label: M'Bride's &1 Broadway, NY. The publisher - Herbert S. Stone was one of the premier printers and small publishers of the era. His father Melville, was the founder of the Chicago Daily News and general manager of the Associated Press. NW62 - 1. Hardcover. Very Good.

$50.00

ROOSEVELTIAN FACT AND FABLE: Illustrations by Will H. Chandlee.

By Hale, Annie Riley.

Broadway Pub. Co., New York:, 1908. pp. (iv), 198 +Plus 2 plates + frontis portrait. 12mo. 200mm. Original publisher's green cloth binding decorated with humorous design in black, red, and gilt. Spine lettered in red. Cover color is good but slightly soiled with loss of cloth at the bottom of the boards. Loss of cloth at head and base of spine also. Damp-staining to some pages. Corners bumped. Hardbound. Good. Annie Riley Hale (1859-1944) wrote numerous magazine and newspaper articles, lectured on the 'negro problem' and economics, and was a popular speaker on the 'Bull Moose Circuit.' NW59. Soft cover. Very Good.

$30.00

NONSENSE FOR OLD AND YOUNG. Illustrated by John C. Frohn.

By Field, Eugene.

H.A. Dickerman & Son, Boston:, 1901. pp. 58 +Plus marginal illustrations throughout. 12mo. 190mm. Original publisher's full yellow cloth binding decorated in black and white. The cover illustration shows a laughing jester. Top edge gilt. Spine faded. Contents clean and binding tight. Hardbound. Very Good. Eugene Field (1850-1895) was an American journalist and author, best known for his children's poetry and humorous essays. NW59. Hardcover. Very Good.

$50.00

THE SILLY SYCLOPEDIA: A Terrible Thing in the Form of a Literary Torpedo which is Launched for HILARIOUS PUPOSES ONLY Inaccurate in Every Particular Containing Copious Etymological Derivations and Other Useless Things. Embellished with Numerous and Distracting CUTS and DIAGRAMS by Loius F. Grant.

By Lott, Noah.

G. W. Dillingham Company, New York:, 1905. pp. 159 +Plus marginal illustrations throughout. 8vo. 190mm. Original publisher's full blue cloth binding decorated in black, green and white. Cover decoration rubbed with some loss of color. Spine faded. Contents clean and binding tight. Hardbound. Very Good. George Vere Hobart Philpot (1867-1926) was a Canadian author and humourist. He wrote under the pseudonym Noah Lott. NW59. Hardcover. Very Good.

$30.00

CHEER UP!

By Loomis, Charles Battell.

James Pott & Company, Boston:, 1906. pp. viii, 237 +Plus frontis illustration. 12mo. 200mm. Original publisher's quarter blue cloth binding with gray paper boards. Cover Decoration in white, blue, and gilt. Spine lettered in gilt. White on front worn in places. Contents clean and binding tight. Hardbound. Very Good. Charles Battell Loomis (1861-1911) was an American author from Brooklyn, who wrote humorous books and magazine sketches. NW59. Soft cover. Very Good.

$40.00

THE SCARECROW, or, The Glass of Truth; A Tragedy of the Ludicrous.

By MacKaye, Percy.

Macmillan Co., New York:, 1908. pp. xv, 179. 12mo. 200mm. Original publisher's pictorial full dark green cloth binding lettered in gilt and decorated in black, gilt and dark blue. Cover depicts a spooky abstract scene of creeping looking plant matter. Spine lettered and decorated in gilt. Top edge gilt. Cover colors are bright but rubbed slightly. Spine faded with small marking. Corners bumped. Some wear at base and head of spine. Contents clean. Manuscript ownership on inside pastedown of 'E. Bethinie' Hardbound. Very Good. Percy MacKaye (1875-1956) was an American dramatist and poet. NW62. Hardcover. Very Good.

$50.00

OPEN COUNTRY: A Comedy with a Sting.

By Hewlett, Maurice.

C. Scribner's Sons, New York:, 1909. pp. x, 321. 12mo. 200mm. Original publisher's full green cloth binding lettered in gilt. Spine lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt. Cover gilt is bright and boards are clean. Corners sharp. Contents clean. Hardbound. Very Good. Maurice Henry Hewlett (1861-1923), was an English historical novelist, poet and essayist. NW61. Hardcover. Very Good.

$20.00

FOR FRIENDSHIP'S SAKE.

By Rader, William.

Dodge Pub. Co., New York., 1900. pp. 91 +Plus Frontis Portrait. 12mo. 160mm. Publisher's full dark brown cloth binding stamped in purple, green and gilt. Cover decorated with an intricate swirling design with grapes and leaves growing as if on a lattice. Spine lettered and decorated similarly in gilt. Front cover is clean. Colors are a little dulled but the gilt shines. Mild fraying to corners. Spine rubbed. Hardbound. Very Good. Scarce. NW59. Hardcover. Very Good.

$50.00

THE QUIET COURAGE: and other songs of the unafraid.

By Appleton, Everard Jack.

Stewart Kidd Co: Cincinnati, ., 1922. pp.[ii] 112. 8vo. 200mm. Green full cloth binding with cover design stamped in striking gold gilt. Spine also lettered in gilt. Dust Jacket intact and slightly brittle. Lacking small section at top of spine. Manuscript ownership 'Edwin R. Daurer' Corners slightly bumped. Hardbound. Very Good. NW68. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$40.00

IT CAN NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN.

By De Morgan, William; Rogers, Bruce.

Henry Holt and Co., New York: : ., 1909. pp. 688. 8vo. 200 mm. Original publishers pictorial cloth binding in blue and brilliant gilt title and spine title. Dust Jacket intact but tearing slightly aorund the corners. Manuscript ownership Elizabeth Wagner. Hardbound. Very good. NW65. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$50.00

A PAIR OF PATIENT LOVERS.

By Howells, William Dean.

Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York: ., 1901. pp. 368. 8vo. 180 mm. Original Publisher's marbled board and pictorial binding in gilt and brown. Corner gilt detail. Good. Slight chipping on font board edge. This edition is the Harper's portrait collection of short stories containing: A Pair of Patient Lovers; The Pursuit of the Piano; A Difficult Case; The Magic of a Voice; and A Circle in the Water. Mary Bell Baker book label on the front pastedown. Gift Manuscript on inside leaf 'Mary Belle Baker, From Aunt Genia, March 18th 1903. Complete with Frontis. First Edition. Hardbound. Very good. NW65. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

$50.00

COTTAGE PIE, A Country Spread.

By Lyons, A. Neil.

John Lane, London: ., 1911. pp. (8), 362, (20) [Publisher's catalog]. 8vo. 200 mm. Original publisher's full cloth pictorial binding in green white and black and tan with gilt title on spine. Bookplate of Florence Loeb Fleisher. Hardbound. Very good. NW65. Hardcover. Very Good.

$45.00

THOSE TIMES AND THESE.

By Cobb, Irvin S.

George H. Doran: New York, ., 1917. pp. 374. 8vo. 200mm. Green full cloth binding with cover design stamped in gilt. Spine lettered in gilt. Manuscript ownership of 'Allen L. Sutton. Xmas 1917' Corners slightly bumped. Hardbound. Very Good. NW68. Hardcover. Very Good.

$20.00

PHILIP WINWOOD; A SKETCH OF THE DOMESTIC HISTORY OF AN AMERICAN CAPTAIN IN THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. Written by his Enemy in War, Herbert Russell. Presented anew by Robert Neilson Stephens, Illustrated by E.W.D. Hamilton.

By Stephens, Robert Neilson.

American News, New York: ., 1900. pp. 412. 8vo. 200 mm. Original publishers pictorial cloth binding in green, red and black. All plates and frontis present. Spine slightly faded. Hardbound. Very good. NW65. Hardcover. Very Good.

$45.00

'SPEAKING OF OPERATIONS-'. Illustrations by Tony Sarg

By Cobb, Irvin S.

G.H. Doran: New York, ., 1915. pp. 86. +Plus 4 leaves of plates including frontis. 12mo. 200mm. Tan full cloth binding with cover design stamped in white, gray and brown. Spine lettered in brown. Manuscript ownership of 'Emily M. Rook, Allentown PA. December 25th, 1921.' Hardbound. Good. NW68. Hardcover. Very Good.

$40.00

CHILDREN OF THE DEAR COTSWOLDS.

By Harker, L Allen.

C. Scribner's Sons, New York:, 1918. pp. Xvi, 329. 8vo. 200mm. Original publisher's blue cloth binding with cover stamped and decorated in green and red. Spine lettered in green and red. Cover detail crisp and corners are slightly bumped. Manuscript ownership of 'Carol.' Some rubbing and faded to the spine. Hardbound. Very Good. NW69. Hardcover. Very Good.

$20.00

COBB'S BILL OF FARE. Illustrated by Peter Newell and James Preston

By Cobb, Irvin S.

George H. Doran: New York, ., 1913. pp. 148. +Plus 4 leaves of plates including frontis. 12mo. 200mm. Tan full cloth binding with cover design stamped in cream, gray and brown. Spine lettered in cream. Ownership of 'W.H. Wotring, Ph.D.,D.D.,L.L.D. Instructor. Nazareth PA.' Hardbound. Good. NW68. Hardcover. Very Good.

$30.00

THE SPINSTER BOOK.

By Reed, Myrtle.

G.P. Putnam's Sons; Knickerbocker Press: New York, ., 1909. pp. iii, 222 +plus illustrations in text. 8vo. 210mm. Striking lavender cloth binding with cover design stamped in gilt, white and blind designed by Margaret Armstrong with her Monogram. Spine also stamped in gilt. Top edge gilt. Spine very lightly faded. Pages uncut and text within a typographic frame. Heads and notes in red. A clean, tight binding. Hardbound. Very Good. NW68. Hardcover. Very Good.

$50.00

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