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The Dutch and Quaker Colonies In America

The Dutch and Quaker Colonies In America

by John Fiske

This is Volume 1 (I haven't seen Volume 2 online yet). Fiske tells a delightful and informative series of stories and provides authoritative historical framework, for the development of New York. Volume 1 deals almost entirely with Dutch lore. Highly recommended for anyone with interest in New York.
Pennsylvania Beautiful

Pennsylvania Beautiful

by Wallace Nutting

Byways and Boulevards In and About Historic Philadelphia

Byways and Boulevards In and About Historic Philadelphia

by Francis Burke and Gummere, Henry Volkmar Brandt

The Autobiography Of a Pennsylvanian

The Autobiography Of a Pennsylvanian

by Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker

After the Fire

After the Fire

by Randy-Michael Testa

It's an Old Pennsylvania Custom

It's an Old Pennsylvania Custom

by Edwin Valentine Mitchell

Rockdale

Rockdale

by Anthony F C Wallace

The Whiskey Rebellion

The Whiskey Rebellion

by Thomas P Slaughter

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The Keystone In the Democratic Arch

by Sanford W Higginbotham

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Pennsylvania Folklife

by Dr Don Yoder

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Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage

by David J Rempel Smucker

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Hex

by Arthur H Lewis

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Pitchforks and Pitchpipes

by Esther Mae Longenecker Hiestand

Pennsylvania History Books & Ephemera

Railroad Rate Regulation, speech of Hon. Philander C. Knox of Pennsylvania in the United States Senate, March 28, 1906

Railroad Rate Regulation, speech of Hon. Philander C. Knox of Pennsylvania in the United States Senate, March 28, 1906

by Knox, Philander C

Washington DC: GPO, 1906. Paperback. Good. 8vo, printed pale gray wraps, good copy with some wear, soil and stains to covers, contents good with some light tide lines from old dampstains to bottom margin, last page shows some foxing. Knox was a native of Brownsville who went on to become a successful banker and lawyer in Pittsburgh. He served in the US Senate, was the Attorney General, and was also Taft's Secretary of State. With embossed stamp of Greensburg Library.
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$30.00
Philadelphia

Philadelphia

by SDUK (Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge)

London: Charles Knight & Co, 1844. unbound. very good(+). Map. Steel engraving with original hand outline. Image measures 14.75" x 11.75".<br/><br/> Beautiful town plan of Philadelphia. Shows streets, parks, notable buildings and institutions (listed in a numbered key) and railroad lines. Includes views of "The United States Bank" and "The Exchange". In excellent condition. The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge was formed in 1826 and published... Read more
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$250.00
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, DATED JANUARY 6, 1845, TO H.E. LEMAR: "DEAR SIR, AFTER YOU WENT AWAY, I PUT ON FIRST AN ATTEMPT TO GET THE LOW BIDDER OUT OF THE WAY. IF YOU HAD BEEN THERE IT COULD POSSIBLY HAVE BEEN DONE, BUT WE GAVE IT UP, FOR A PLAN TO HAVE A NEW ADVERTISEMENT, AND ANOTHER BIDDING. THIS I THINK WILL BE DONE; AND IF SO, WE WILL GET IT. "I WILL WRITE YOU AT THE TIME IT MAY BE NECESSARY FOR US TO GO OVER TOGETHER. KEEP THIS TO YOURSELF./ VERY TRULY, SIMON CAMERON, JAN. 6/45. "THERE ARE 4 BIDS FOR $7, & ONE FOR $6.50 - THE LAST MAN HAS AGREED TO BACK OUT

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, DATED JANUARY 6, 1845, TO H.E. LEMAR: "DEAR SIR, AFTER YOU WENT AWAY, I PUT ON FIRST AN ATTEMPT TO GET THE LOW BIDDER OUT OF THE WAY. IF YOU HAD BEEN THERE IT COULD POSSIBLY HAVE BEEN DONE, BUT WE GAVE IT UP, FOR A PLAN TO HAVE A NEW ADVERTISEMENT, AND ANOTHER BIDDING. THIS I THINK WILL BE DONE; AND IF SO, WE WILL GET IT. "I WILL WRITE YOU AT THE TIME IT MAY BE NECESSARY FOR US TO GO OVER TOGETHER. KEEP THIS TO YOURSELF./ VERY TRULY, SIMON CAMERON, JAN. 6/45. "THERE ARE 4 BIDS FOR $7, & ONE FOR $6.50 - THE LAST MAN HAS AGREED TO BACK OUT

by Cameron, Simon

n.p., 1845. Broadside, 7 3/4" x 9 3/4". Completely in ink manuscript. Very Good. Simon Cameron [1799-1889] was running for the United States Senate from Pennsylvania at the time of this letter. The special election, which Cameron won, occurred in March 1845 after Senator James Buchanan resigned to become President Polk's Secretary of State. As this Letter suggests, Cameron was heavily involved throughout his career in the award of government-bestowed contracts and largesse. He was dogged by... Read more
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$175.00
Papers Read Before the Historical Society of Frankford - V. 1 #7

Papers Read Before the Historical Society of Frankford - V. 1 #7

PA: Historical Society, 1908. Softcover. Good. Good in wrappers. V. 1 #7 Light light staining on pages, Disbound. Cover is browned with some staining. Corners rubbed out. Front cover and first couple pages unattached.
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$50.00
THURSTON'S ROUTE BOOK PHILADELPHIA TO CHICAGO, VIA PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD AND PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY

THURSTON'S ROUTE BOOK PHILADELPHIA TO CHICAGO, VIA PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD AND PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY

by [Thurston, George H.]

Pittsburgh, PA: Published by George H. Thurston, 1862. Original printed pictorial title wrappers [chipped along spine and extremities, rear wrap detached]. 64pp. Supplemental timetable laid in for Philadelphia and Reading Rail Road "for Sunday Trains: After May 13, 1861." Clean text. "December, 1862" at head of wrapper title. Good+. A scarce route book, with a thin auction record, providing detailed descriptions of the routes, with "a few law and other points applying to railroad travel," including... Read more
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$450.00
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, DATED AT HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, 14 DECEMBER 1836, TO COL. RHEY FRAZER OF LANCASTER, REPORTING THE PENNSYLVANIA SENATE'S ELECTION OF JAMES BUCHANAN TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE: "DR SIR, THE ELECTION FOR U.S. SENATE HAS JUST TERMINED [ON FIRST BALLOT] AS FOLLOWS "JAMES BUCHANAN HAD 84 VOTES "THOMAS M.T. MCKENNAN 24 "CHARLES R. PENROSE 21 "ISAAC LEET 1 "THOS CUNNINGHAM 1 " 132 "RESPECTFULLY YOURS DAVID R. PORTER ONE O'CLOCK P.M.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, DATED AT HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, 14 DECEMBER 1836, TO COL. RHEY FRAZER OF LANCASTER, REPORTING THE PENNSYLVANIA SENATE'S ELECTION OF JAMES BUCHANAN TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE: "DR SIR, THE ELECTION FOR U.S. SENATE HAS JUST TERMINED [ON FIRST BALLOT] AS FOLLOWS "JAMES BUCHANAN HAD 84 VOTES "THOMAS M.T. MCKENNAN 24 "CHARLES R. PENROSE 21 "ISAAC LEET 1 "THOS CUNNINGHAM 1 " 132 "RESPECTFULLY YOURS DAVID R. PORTER ONE O'CLOCK P.M.

by Porter, David R[ittenhouse]

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1836. Folio sheet, folded to 7-3/4" x 10". Written in ink manuscript on first page, two inner pages blank, addressed and docketed on page [4]. Postal rubberstamp [Harrisburg] with "PAID" free frank of Porter as State Senator. Old folds, wax seal remnant and small tear of blank margin from mailing. Stationer's blindstamp at top corner. Very Good David Rittenhouse Porter [1788-1867], a Jacksonian and elected Pennsylvania's Democratic Governor in 1838, was a State Senator... Read more
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$150.00
PGN: Philadelphia Gay News; vol. 11, #15, Feb. 13-19, 1987: AIDS in 1st State

PGN: Philadelphia Gay News; vol. 11, #15, Feb. 13-19, 1987: AIDS in 1st State

by Ward, Stanley, editor, Tommi Avicolli, John Ward, Mayor Wilson Goode, Lisa White, Jeff Keith, Grant-Michael, James Charles Roberts, Bonita Shaaron, Brian Quinby, et al

Philadelphia: Masco Communications, 1987. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, columns, features, news, events, ads, very good on newsprint. Heavy early AIDS reportage. Mostly personal and classified ads. Articles on Gay Black Men and Black Lesbians.
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AN ADDRESS TO THE REPUBLICANS AND PEOPLE OF NEW-YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, AND VIRGINIA. UPON THE STATE OF PRESIDENTIAL PARTIES. BY A CITIZEN OF NEW-YORK. SEPTEMBER, 1824

AN ADDRESS TO THE REPUBLICANS AND PEOPLE OF NEW-YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, AND VIRGINIA. UPON THE STATE OF PRESIDENTIAL PARTIES. BY A CITIZEN OF NEW-YORK. SEPTEMBER, 1824

by [Election of 1824]

New York: William Grattan, 1824. 23, [1 blank] pp. Disbound and loosening. Signature of R.J. Ingersoll on front wrapper, probably the Connecticut politician and lawyer who was Speaker of the Connecticut House of Representatives at the time of this publication, and later an anti-Jackson Congressman. Except as noted, Very Good. An interesting, scarce analysis of the 1824 election, with an eye on the impact of the electoral college, written during the campaign. This was the most complicated presidential... Read more
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$350.00
William H. Sylvis and the National Labor Union

William H. Sylvis and the National Labor Union

by Todes, Charlotte

New York: International Publishers, 1942. 128p., hardcover, spine darkened, inscribed by author to Doxey Wilkerson.
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$20.00
Galaxy of Heaven, a Story of Philadelphia&#39;s Main Line

Galaxy of Heaven, a Story of Philadelphia's Main Line

by EVANS, Dot

Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, 1978. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. First edition. Signed on front fly. Fine, in a near fine dustwrapper with wear to the edges.
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$50.00
Prolegomena to Christian Dogmatics

Prolegomena to Christian Dogmatics

by E[manuel] V[ogel] Gerhart

Lancaster, PA: Lecture Printing Society of the Theological Seminary of The Reformed Church, 1891. Fair. Lancaster, PA: Lecture Printing Society of the Theological Seminary of The Reformed Church, 1891. First Edition. Octavo. 136 numbered pages, but each numbered page followed by an unnumbered, blank one. Wraps. Missing front wrapper. Remnants of spine and rear panel chipped and stained. Binding holding. Pages brittle. None in retail and 8 holdings in OCLC at time of this writing.
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Pennsylvania Archives: Second Series: Vol. XVI: The Breviate: In the Boundary Dispute Between Pennsylvania and Maryland

Pennsylvania Archives: Second Series: Vol. XVI: The Breviate: In the Boundary Dispute Between Pennsylvania and Maryland

by EGLE, Wm. H. (editor)

PA: Meyers, 1891. Hardcover. Very Good. Very good minus hardcover. Pages light brown, clean text. Fold-out map. Volume XVI only. Marbled endpapers, outer edges of pages, boards. 3/4 leather cover. Corners are rubbed. Top half of spine coming loose but still attached. Spine ends chipped.
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$40.00
GROUND WATER-RESOURCES OF PENNSYLVANIA Topographic and Geologic Survey.  Bulletin W7

GROUND WATER-RESOURCES OF PENNSYLVANIA Topographic and Geologic Survey. Bulletin W7

by Lohman, Stanley W

Chicago: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Very Good+. 1941. First Edition. Soft Cover. Clean tan soft cover has black title on front. Text tight, clean & intact. Map and table illustrations, including a fold-out. A systematic investigation of the ground-water that began in 1925 and has continued to the present. Geology; Maps & Table Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 32 pages .
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$25.00
LOAN OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA| CERTIFICATE NO. 162.| SIX PER CENT LOAN.| THIS CERTIFIES THAT THERE IS DUE TO NATHAN NATHANS, GUARDIAN OF GEORGE AND JOHN LOCKHART BY THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, WITH INTEREST, AT THE RATE OF SIX PER CENTUM PER ANNUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY, ON THE FIRST DAYS OF JANUARY AND JULY. THE PRINCIPAL NOT REIMBURSABLE, WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE OWNER HEREOF, BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 1892... IN WITNESS WHEREOF, THE TREASURER OF THE SAID CITY HAS HEREUNTO SET HIS HAND, AND CAUSED THE SEAL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA TO BE HEREUNTO ANNEXED, THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF JULY 1854, AND THE CONTROLLER HAS ATTESTED THE SAME ON THE SAME DAY AND YEAR

LOAN OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA| CERTIFICATE NO. 162.| SIX PER CENT LOAN.| THIS CERTIFIES THAT THERE IS DUE TO NATHAN NATHANS, GUARDIAN OF GEORGE AND JOHN LOCKHART BY THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, WITH INTEREST, AT THE RATE OF SIX PER CENTUM PER ANNUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY, ON THE FIRST DAYS OF JANUARY AND JULY. THE PRINCIPAL NOT REIMBURSABLE, WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE OWNER HEREOF, BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 1892... IN WITNESS WHEREOF, THE TREASURER OF THE SAID CITY HAS HEREUNTO SET HIS HAND, AND CAUSED THE SEAL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA TO BE HEREUNTO ANNEXED, THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF JULY 1854, AND THE CONTROLLER HAS ATTESTED THE SAME ON THE SAME DAY AND YEAR

by [Philadelphia Judaica]

Philadelphia: Draper, Welsh & Co., 1854. Folio broadside, 8.75" x 14.75". A beautifully printed bond, with an ornamental border and ten engraved vignettes, including a large one of Independence Hall; and a locomotive, a waterfront scene, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, William Penn, and other portraits. Signed by the City Treasurer and the City Controller [each signature has a circular punch through it]. Blindstamp seal of the City of Philadelphia. Minor wear, Very Good. The Loan Certificate... Read more
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$250.00
Cooking Scrubgrass Style

Cooking Scrubgrass Style

by Scrubgrass Power Project

Scrubgrass Township, PA: Scrubgrass Power Project, 1992. Unpaginated, spiral-bound cookbook, 5.5x8.5 inches, plastic covers, containing recipes by employees interspersed with 16 B&W photos of workers during the construction process. Scrubgrass, then under construction, is a coal-burning power plant.
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$20.00
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF BLAIR COUNTY

TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF BLAIR COUNTY

by Pennsylvania Republican Party

[np, 1876. Broadside, 8-1/2" x 14". Minor wear, Very Good. This broadside, signed in type by James M. Lingafelt, Chairman of the Blair County Republican Committee, urges voters to defeat Democratic Congressman John Reilly's bid for re-election, and to install Republican General Jacob Campbell instead. Reilly has been a reliable ally of the former Confederates. "The magnanimity of the North has permitted Southern traitors to resume their seats in Congress, and unmindful of their crimes, they now sit... Read more
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$350.00
Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools of Pennsylvania, for the Year Ending June 4, 1863

Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools of Pennsylvania, for the Year Ending June 4, 1863

by n/a

Harrisburg, PA: Singerly & Myers, 1864. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover with 1/2 leather boards, 1864, octavo, 287pp., not illustrated. Book VG with edgewear to boards, rubbing and mild soil to boards and spine, binding tight, endpapers soiled, text clean and unmarked but toned throughout. No DJ.
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$85.00
AN APPEAL TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LUZERNE COUNTY

AN APPEAL TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LUZERNE COUNTY

by Democratic Party in Pennsylvania

Luzerne County, 1847. Folio sheet printed on pale blue paper, folded to [4] pp. 8" x 10". [1], [3 blanks] pp, the last page addressed, with postal cancel and wax seal remnant, to four people in Plainsville PA [which is part of Luzerne County]: Samuel Saylor, Peter Winter, John Black, William Lobar. Their names are also written in ink on page [1]. Light wear, chip to final blank, Very Good. This evidently unrecorded Circular is a war cry mobilizing the Democratic troops for the upcoming State elections,... Read more
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$450.00
JOURNAL OF THE SENATE OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, WHICH COMMENCED  AT HARRISBURG ON THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER, A.D. 1833 &amp; OF THE  INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES THE 58TH. Volume # 2

JOURNAL OF THE SENATE OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, WHICH COMMENCED AT HARRISBURG ON THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER, A.D. 1833 & OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES THE 58TH. Volume # 2

by Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania

Harrisburg:: Printed By Henry Welsh (1833-1834). Very Good. 1833-34. First Edition. Hardcover. Rebound in blue buckram cloth with gilt title on spine. Pages slightly age toned. First page has a few tiny edge chips. Text block is reinforced with green cloth tape. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 657 pages .
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THE LOGS OF THE FIRST VOYAGE, MADE WITH THE UNCEASING AID OF STEAM, BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA, BY THE GREAT WESTERN OF BRISTOL, LIEUT. JAMES HOSKEN, R.N ., COMMANDER: ALSO AN APPENDIX AND REMARKS

THE LOGS OF THE FIRST VOYAGE, MADE WITH THE UNCEASING AID OF STEAM, BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA, BY THE GREAT WESTERN OF BRISTOL, LIEUT. JAMES HOSKEN, R.N ., COMMANDER: ALSO AN APPENDIX AND REMARKS

by Claxton, Christopher

Bristol: Printed at the Mirror Office by John Taylor, 1838. Original printed wrappers, stitched. Spine shorn, wrappers loosening. Except as noted, Very Good. Long folding map. [4], vi, [Tipped in slip regarding tons of coal on board], 65, [1 blank], [tipped in errata slip] pp. The SS Great Western was the first steamship built explicitly for transatlantic travel. "On its maiden voyage, the Great Western left Bristol, England, on April 8, 1838, and arrived in New York City 15 days later (half the time... Read more
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$1000.00
In French Creek Valley

In French Creek Valley

by Reynolds, John Earle

Crawford County Historical Society. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1939. Hardcover; 2nd Printing. Burgundy cloth boards bright and tightly bound, a seemingly unread copy with just faint spotting top edge, dustjacket now in protective mylar. History of the settlement in French Creek Valley, Pennsylvania (Crawford County area) based on original records and documents. With numerous illustrations, maps, index.; MCN31293; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 352 pp .
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$38.00
MINUTES OF THE FOURTH SITTING OF THE FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. WHICH MET AT PHILADELPHIA, ON FRIDAY THE FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY

MINUTES OF THE FOURTH SITTING OF THE FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. WHICH MET AT PHILADELPHIA, ON FRIDAY THE FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY

by [Pennsylvania]

[Philadelphia: John Dunlap, 1781. Folio. [1], 267-298, [1 blank] pages. Caption title, as issued. Lightly toned, a rubberstamp. Very Good. Bound in later buckram. ESTC W42652 [1- HSP]. Not in Evans. [bound with] MINUTES OF THE FIRST SITTING OF THE FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, WHICH MET AT PHILADELPHIA ON MONDAY THE TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF OCTOBER, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY. [Philadelphia: John Dunlap. 1780]. Folio. Caption title, as issued.... Read more
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The Papers of Col. Henry Bouquet: Series 21643, Northwestern Pennsylvania Historical Series

The Papers of Col. Henry Bouquet: Series 21643, Northwestern Pennsylvania Historical Series

by Stevens, Sylvester K.; Kent, Donald H. and Leo J. Roland; Editors

Harrisburg, PA: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania/Pennsylvania Historical Commission, 1941. Paperback. Very Good. Printed paper wrap with taped spine, quarto, 282pp., not illustrated. Book has creasing to corners, rubbing and soil to wrap, tape worn at spine ends, dates written on bottom of front panel, black mark and price to top corner of front top corner, binding tight, price to rear endpaper, otherwise text unmarked but toned throughout. No DJ. RARE!
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$85.00
SKETCH OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS ALREADY MADE BY PENNSYLVANIA; WITH OBSERVATIONS UPON HER PHYSICAL AND FISCAL MEANS FOR THEIR EXTENSION; PARTICULARLY AS THEY HAVE REFERENCE TO THE FUTURE GROWTH AND PROSPERITY OF PHILADELPHIA. ILLUSTRATED BY A MAP OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED. BY SAMUEL BRECK, ONE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SENATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, FOR THE DISTRICT COMPOSED OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA

SKETCH OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS ALREADY MADE BY PENNSYLVANIA; WITH OBSERVATIONS UPON HER PHYSICAL AND FISCAL MEANS FOR THEIR EXTENSION; PARTICULARLY AS THEY HAVE REFERENCE TO THE FUTURE GROWTH AND PROSPERITY OF PHILADELPHIA. ILLUSTRATED BY A MAP OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED. BY SAMUEL BRECK, ONE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SENATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, FOR THE DISTRICT COMPOSED OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA

by Breck, Samuel

Philadelphia: Published by M. Thomas, 1818. Pamphlet bound into modern cloth, with title label on front cover. 81, [1- Appendix] pp, plus folding map of the State of Pennsylvania, with borders in color [several fold splits but complete; bit of wrinkling and light wear]. Text untrimmed, stitched, spine of the pamphlet reinforced. Good+. This second edition, printed in the same year as the first, "emphasizes Philadelphia's strategic position for trade with the rising West" [Howes]. Breck traverses in... Read more
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$375.00
GENEVAN 1936 Geneva College (1936) Yearbook

GENEVAN 1936 Geneva College (1936) Yearbook

by Various Contributors

Beaver Falls Pa.: Geneva College. Very Good+. 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Clean brown textured vinyl with gilt decorated front cover. Text tight, clean & intact. Ink signatures in year book. College located In Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Illustrated with B/W photographs. Pennsylvania; B/W Photographs; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Unpaginated pages .
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$30.00