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Darlinghissima: letters to a friend

Darlinghissima: letters to a friend

by Flanner, Janet, edited and with commentary by Natalia Danesi Murray

New York: Random House, 1985. Hardcover. xix, 507p., editor's note, introduction, index, photos, very good first edition stated number line ends in 2 as called for by Verkler and Zempel, in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Flanner was a fellow expatriot Hoosier. Her family was half of the Flanner-Buchanan Mortuary Service in Indiana.
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$12.00
Terre Haute

Terre Haute

by Aitken, Will

New York: Delta, 1989. Paperback. 274p., very good first edition, trade paper in pictorial wraps. Gay coming-of-age novel set in Terre Haute, Indiana. First novel.
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$12.00
The Annual for Shortridge High School 1915

The Annual for Shortridge High School 1915

Indianapolis: Shortridge High School, 1915. Paperback. [136p] 8x11inches, a variety of illustrations including tipped-in sepia photo-portraits reproduced in offset, and a good woodblock print in three colors midway through text (by one Paul Long); autographs at rear, ads, texts use a faux-Oriental design; punchholed for binding semi-Asian style, decorative cord is intact with a little fraying. The overlapping cover edges are, unfortunately, very worn and chipped; paperstock toned without fragility, a... Read more
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$30.00
The angel and the serpent; the story of New Harmony

The angel and the serpent; the story of New Harmony

by Wilson, William E

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1964. xiv, 242p., shelfworn dj.
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$10.00
Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Indiana

Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Indiana

by CAREY & LEA

Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1822. unbound. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Map measures 11.5" x 9", map with text measures 16 3/4" x 20 7/8".<br/> <br/> Fascinating map of Indiana published in 1822 showing early county divisions. The southern half of the state is divided into counties and townships, while the northern half of the state remains largely indigenous territory, dominated by Wabash County, Delaware County, and an unnamed territory in the north... Read more
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$500.00
EXTRA GLOBE. WEEKLY

EXTRA GLOBE. WEEKLY

by Election of 1840

Washington: Blair & Rives, 1840. Folio, 8 3/4" x 12". 416pp. Nos. 1-27 of Volume VI; May 16, 1840 - October 26, 1840, plus No. 27, the final issue recording detailed election results, from January 1841. Boards detached, endpapers filled with local political tickets. Scattered foxing, light wear, Good+. A detailed contemporary report of the 1840 presidential campaign, from the perspective of this Democratic publication. It begins with the Democrats' National Convention in Baltimore, with the speeches,... Read more
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$450.00
A Report from The American Guard [nos. 1 and 2, with cover letter]

A Report from The American Guard [nos. 1 and 2, with cover letter]

by Harbaugh, Charles W.; Robert D. Hammer

Anderson, Indiana: The American Guard, 1950. Pamphlet. Two brochures, each folded from a single sheet, together with an 8.5x11 inch typed cover letter signed by Research Director Robert D. Hammer, the letter folded to fit together with the brochures in an envelope. One of the brochures has "1949" penciled at the bottom of the front panel. The first Report is a radio address by Harbaugh introducing the right-wing group; the second is in Q&A format.
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$50.00
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, BY THE CHIEF CLERK OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, TO WILLIAM IRVINE, SUPERINTENDENT AT PHILADELPHIA, CONCERNING TRANSMISSION TO THE GOVERNOR OF INDIANA TERRITORY OF THE LAWS OF THAT TERRITORY

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, BY THE CHIEF CLERK OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, TO WILLIAM IRVINE, SUPERINTENDENT AT PHILADELPHIA, CONCERNING TRANSMISSION TO THE GOVERNOR OF INDIANA TERRITORY OF THE LAWS OF THAT TERRITORY

by Wagner, Jacob

Washington, 1801. Single page, in neat ink manuscript. Light old folds, blank inner margin reinforced. Very Good. "Sir | I have shipped in the Hiland, Capt. Hand for Philadelphia, and to your care, a box addressed to the Governor of the Indiana Territory, containing laws for the use of that Territory, which I request you to be pleased to forward when an opportunity offers for Ft. Vincennes. Any expense which may accrue upon it, you will be pleased to draw upon the Secretary of State for. It was omitted... Read more
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$375.00
Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a jail; but 'til the E.R.A. is won, we're only out on bail [broadside]

Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a jail; but 'til the E.R.A. is won, we're only out on bail [broadside]

by [Equal Rights Amendment]

Martinsville, IN: Helaine Victoria Enterprises, 1975. Broadside. 11x14 inch broadside, very good, featuring a vintage image of a women's prison and a stanza adapted from the conclusion of the Richard Lovelace poem "To Althea, from Prison." Helaine Victoria Press, which took its name from the middle names of founders Jocelyn Helaine Cohen and Nancy Taylor Victoria Poore, published broadsides, posters, and other formats of work, but was best known for its women's history postcard series. It started with... Read more
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$20.00
The Black Women in the Middle West Project: A Comprehensive Resources Guide, Illinois and Indiana. Historical Essays, Oral Histories, Biographical Profiles, and Document Collection

The Black Women in the Middle West Project: A Comprehensive Resources Guide, Illinois and Indiana. Historical Essays, Oral Histories, Biographical Profiles, and Document Collection

by Clark Hine, Daphne, project director

Indianapolis: Purdue Research Foundation, 1986. Paperback. xi, 238p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, spine creased and splash-stained else very good condition.
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$15.00
Stalking the wild reader in River City: adventures of the alternative press in Terre Haute, 1960s to 1990s

Stalking the wild reader in River City: adventures of the alternative press in Terre Haute, 1960s to 1990s

by Lane, Joseph

[Rensselaer, NY]: Pretzel Press, 1990. Pamphlet. 51p., staplebound zine format, very good.
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$22.00
Jingo

Jingo

by Veiby, John

South Bend, IN: Self-published by the author, 1927. 157p., very good in wraps. Tongue-in-cheek call for the establishment of a national American religion, called Jingo; includes an irreverent survey of religions that have gone before.
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$45.00
Atlas of De Kalb Co., Indiana

Atlas of De Kalb Co., Indiana

by BEERS, J.H

Chicago: Beers, 1880. First. hardcover. very good(-). To Which are Added Various General Maps, History, Statistics, Illustrations, &c. &c. &c. Folio, original cloth stamped in gilt & blind; leather spine & corners (worn). Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1880. First Edition.<br/> <br/> The first atlas of De Kalb County, with a wealth of information, including lithographed illustrations of homesteads & farms, some full page, & portraits. End-papers & fly-leaves are... Read more
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$950.00
Fort Harrison on the banks of the Wabash, 1812-1912;

Fort Harrison on the banks of the Wabash, 1812-1912;

by Fort Harrison Centennial Association. Scovell, J. T

Terre Haute, IN: The Moore-Langen Printing Co.. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1912. First Edition; Various. Paperback. Brown heavy paper cove is almost detached, contents clean. Excellent 100 year centennial history of Ft. Harrison including a roll call of descendants and Chronology of the fort. This book is protected by an archival quality sleeve to maintain present condition."The Siege of Fort Harrison was an engagement that lasted from September 4 to 15, 1812. The first American land victory... Read more
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$79.97
Bruce Nauman: Topological Gardens

Bruce Nauman: Topological Gardens

by Nauman, Bruce, Carlos Basualdo & Michael R. Taylor, Erica F. Battle, Marco de Michelis

Philadelphia & New Haven: Yale University Press & Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2009. Hardcover. 240p., 8.75x9.75 inches, foreword, essays, plates, figures, checklist, very good first edition exhibition monograph in white boards. Fort Wayne, Indiana gay artist's works presented as the official US representative at the 53rd Venice Biennale.
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$15.00
Indiana Home

Indiana Home

by ESAREY, Logan

R. E. Banta, 1947-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardback in slipcase. No dust jacket. No marks and no writings. Slipcase shows minor shelfwear and aging.
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$12.00
Mists of Memory: A Volume of Original Poems

Mists of Memory: A Volume of Original Poems

by Mary L. Doddridge

Daytona Beach, Florida: Privately printed for the author by The Beach Press, (1945). Port frontis., [2], 5-34pp. 6¼ x 4½ inches. Printed wrappers. Very Good. Unrecorded collection of poems published in Daytona Beach by this Centerville, Wayne County, Indiana author. The Doddridge family of western Pennsylvania settled in Wayne County in 1814, the same year that Centerville was platted.
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$81.00
Letters of Eugene V. Debs. Edited by J. Robert Constantine

Letters of Eugene V. Debs. Edited by J. Robert Constantine

by Debs, Eugene Victor

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1990. Hardcover. 3 vols. [v. 1. 1874-1912 v. 2. 1913-1919 v. 3. 1919-1926], djs. As new. Includes extensive notes and index.
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$45.00
[1871 Autograph Letter Signed; Anna M. Bartlett's Eyewitness account of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871]

[1871 Autograph Letter Signed; Anna M. Bartlett's Eyewitness account of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871]

by Anna M. Bartlett

South Bend, Ind. [Indiana], November 26, 1871. [4]pp. ALS. 8vo. Folds; light foxing; staining; fading affecting legibility to four lines of content, which we have painstakingly transcribed; good. Hannah Smith received a letter written on November 26, 1871 from her cousin who survived the Great Chicago Fire-"...never again do I want to behold such misery, suffering, and destruction." Anna M. Bartlett's letter can be hard to read at points from staining; her eyewitness account is harrowing. [The letter in... Read more
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$810.00
Indiana Magazine of History , June 1982 Volume LXXVIII, No 2

Indiana Magazine of History , June 1982 Volume LXXVIII, No 2

by Madison, James H

Bloomington, IN: Indiana University, Department of History. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1982. First Edition; Various. Paperback. Pages 93-192 of the year, fully indexed. Clean contents. .
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$11.97
New York in Ten Tours, Including Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown

New York in Ten Tours, Including Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown

by Jno. Henry Martin [John Henry Martin]; H. Pruett Share, illustrator [Henry Pruett Share (1853-1905)]

New York: The Winthrop Press, (1893). 64pp. Illustrated wraps. 6¼ x 4¾ inches. Advertisement on back cover. Near fine. Rare title ostensibly offering travelers' advice on visiting and organized coach itineraries of New York City, but whose main purpose was to promote performances of A Trip to Chinatown, at Hoyt's Madison Square Theatre. The pamphlet presents suggested tours of Manhattan, but a close reading of the "Fifth Tour" reveals that it is an extended description of the plot and characters of... Read more
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$162.00
The hippodrome; a novel

The hippodrome; a novel

by Colter, Cyrus

Chicago: The Swallow Press, 1973. Hardcover. 213p., very good first edition in cloth boards and dj.
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$20.00
[1908 Publishing Contract for Frances F. Perry's "A Mother from Mars," published by Dodd, Mead & Company in 1909 as "Their Hearts' Desire."]

[1908 Publishing Contract for Frances F. Perry's "A Mother from Mars," published by Dodd, Mead & Company in 1909 as "Their Hearts' Desire."]

by Frances F. Perry [Frances Foster Perry]; Charles Minshall

[New York, July 31, 1908]. [1]p. 13¾ x 8½ inches. Partly-printed document, completed in manuscript. Folds; minor creasing; Very Good. Signed contract for the rights to publish the novel A Mother from Mars written by Indiana author Frances Foster Perry. A manuscript addendum states Dodd, Mead will issue the book in the Fall of 1909 and that they will make "...no changes to the title or text of the book without consent of the Author." The publisher did publish the book on time, but with a less... Read more
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$135.00
Ghost Railroads of Indiana

Ghost Railroads of Indiana

by Sulzer, Elmer G

Indianapolis: Vane A. Jones Company. 1970. Quarto Size [approx 24cm x 30.5cm]. Very Good condition in Very Good Dustjacket. DJ protected in our purpose-made plastic sleeve. A nice copy. Light rubbing to DJ corners and spine ends. Illustrated with Colour and Black & White Photographs. Black & white diagrams. includes reproduction of three paintings of Indiana Rail by Norman C. Miller, Jr. Maps to endpapers. Robust, professional packaging and tracking provided for all parcels. 267 pages.... Read more
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AU$80.00
Being Lucky : Reminiscences and Reflections

Being Lucky : Reminiscences and Reflections

by Herman B. Wells

Indiana University Press, 1980. Hardcover. Very Good. Former library book; May have limited writing in cover pages. Pages are unmarked. ~ ThriftBooks: Read More, Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed.
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$7.48