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LOW SKY, HIGH SKY
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LOW SKY, HIGH SKY

by DAGGETT, Max

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1984. DAGGETT, Max. LOW SKY, HIGH SKY. Dallas, Texas: Priority Press, [1984]. 8vo., cloth and boards in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed presentation from Daggett on the front endpaper: "Good reading & good flying, Sam! Max Daggett. Dec' 83." A fictional account of the growth of the aeronautics industry but based on many real incidents and people. Near fine; minor soil & wear d/j. $50.00.
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DAISY SWAIN
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DAISY SWAIN

by DAGNALL, JOHN M.

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1865. DAGNALL, John M. DAISY SWAIN: The Flower Of Shenandoah. Brooklyn: [no publisher], 1865. 12mo., decorative brown cloth. First Edition. Very Good (letter "D" stamped on front endpaper). $25.00.
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THE GREAT SWITCHEROO.

THE GREAT SWITCHEROO.

by DAHL, Roald

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1976. DAHL, Roald. "The Great Switcheroo." In Playboy magazine, March 1976. Very Good. $7.50.
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FLUORESCENT LIGHT AND ITS APPLICATIONS: INCLUDING LOCATION AND PROPERTIES OF FLUORESCENT...
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FLUORESCENT LIGHT AND ITS APPLICATIONS: INCLUDING LOCATION AND PROPERTIES OF FLUORESCENT MATERIALS... A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXPOSITION OF FLUORESCENT AND SIMILAR PHENOMENA

by DAKE, H.C. [With Jack DE MENT]

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Brooklyn, NY: Chemical Publishing Co., Inc., 1941. First Edition, Signed by Dake (and dated "5/3/41") and De Ment on the title page. A General Electric team designed the first practical and viable fluorescent lamp (U.S. Patent No. 2,259,040) that was first sold in 1938. It should be noted that General Electric bought the patent rights to Edmund Germer's earlier patent. According to The GE Fluorescent Lamp Pioneers, "On Oct 14, 1941, U.S. Patent No. 2,259,040 was issued to George E. Inman; the filing date was Apr 22, 1936. It has generally been regarded as the foundation patent. A very early book on fluorescent lighting and scarce, particularly signed by the authors- two prominent mineralogists. Gift inscription on the front pastedown. Tall 8vo., plain blue cloth with title on spine; 256 pages. Illustrated.. Very Good (covers nice with hint of fading; contents clean & tight).
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MRS. EDDY
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MRS. EDDY

by DAKIN, Edwin Franden

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Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. DAKIN, Edwin Franden. MRS. EDDY: THE BIOGRAPHY OF A VIRGINAL MIND. NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. Small 4to., royal-blue cloth stamped in gilt. First Edition. Signed presentation by Dakin on front endpaper: "To John Mulholland, A glamorous magician who leaves even a critical author open-mouthed with amazement. In great admiration, Edwin Franden Dakin. December 30, 1929." Very Good (lower edge of pages is severely bumped resulting in tears & chipping to a substantial portion of the text).
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Signed Photograph

Signed Photograph

by DALE, Kenny

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DALE, Kenny. Signed Photograph. An 8- by 10-inch black-and-white publicity photograph of Dale isued by Capitol Records, inscribed: "Joe, My best to yours, Kenny Dale." $25.00.
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HONEYFOGLING TIME
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HONEYFOGLING TIME

by DALE, Virginia

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1945. DALE, Virginia. HONEYFOGLING TIME. NY: Harper and Brothers, [1945]. 8vo., blue cloth, stamped in red & gilt. First Edition. Signed presentation from Dale on the front endpaper: "For Adelaide in lieu of the book she wanted. Fondley V.D." Very Good (some edgewear, light soil & little staining spine). $50.00.
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THE STORY OF A BOSTON FAMILY: ANN DOWSE WILLIAMS/MARY WILLIAMS LANGLEY
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THE STORY OF A BOSTON FAMILY: ANN DOWSE WILLIAMS/MARY WILLIAMS LANGLEY

by DALL, Caroline Healey

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1903. DALL, Caroline Healey. THE STORY OF A BOSTON FAMILY. Par 1: Ann Dowse Williams. Part 2: Mary Williams Langley. Boston: Privately Printed, 1903. Printed wraps; 29 pages. First Edition. The biographies of two early Boston matrons, with Mary Williams Langley being the mother of famed aviator and astronomer Samuel Pierpont Langley. Rare- I have been unable to locate any other first edition copies of this title for sale. Signed presentation from Samuel Pierpont Langley on the front cover (which is also the title page): "Mrs. Polly P. Clark, with the regards of S.P. Langley." Born in Roxbury, Massachusetts in 1834, Langley was a professor of astronomy and physics and is the inventor of the bolometer, which is able to detect and measure electromagnetic radiation. He also developed an interest in aeronautics and began building one of the first aircraft, named Aerodrome. Several models, which were catapulted of off houseboats, failed but in 1896 one model flew for more than half a mile. Later… Read more
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THE DIARY OF MATTIE SPENSER
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THE DIARY OF MATTIE SPENSER

by DALLAS, Sandra

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1997. DALLAS, Sandra. THE DIARY OF MATTIE SPENSER. NY: St. Martin's Press, [1997]. 8vo., blue cloth in dust jacket. First Edition, first printing. Signed presentation from Dallas on the title page: "For Maureen, Who knows the women's art of quilting. Sandra Dallas, July 12, 1997." Fine in d/j. $25.00.
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THE FOWLER FORMULA
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THE FOWLER FORMULA

by DALMAS, Herbert

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1967. DALMAS, Herbert. THE FOWLER FORMULA. NY: Doubleday & Company, 1967. 8vo,. black cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed presentation from Dalmas on half-title page: "To Gene Rodney- one who can appreciate the formula, Herb Dalmas, Feburary 1973." Very Good (some browning to gutters of the endpapers); little edgewear (small tear & crease top corner of front cover) d/j. $75.00.
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SUGAR: A CASE STUDY OF GOVERNMENT CONTROL
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SUGAR: A CASE STUDY OF GOVERNMENT CONTROL

by DALTON, John E.

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1937. DALTON, John E. SUGAR: A CASE STUDY OF GOVERNMENT CONTROL. NY: Macmillan Company, 1937. 8vo., gray cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. A book espousing government intervention as a means to regulate the sale of sugar through a quota system as a means of stabilizing an otherwise unstable sugar market. Signed presentation from Dalton on the front endpaper: "For Katherine B. Butler, J.E. Dalton, 2/10/39." Also with an autograph note signed from Dalton laid in on his personal complimentary card: "A dull book for a voyage. I'm sorry but it is the best that I can do- Jack." Scarce to find nice copies in the original dust jacket, much less signed.
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Autograph Letter Signed

Autograph Letter Signed

by DALY, Augustin

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1883. DALY, [John] Augustin. [American dramatist, producer and theater manager; born Plymouth, North Carolina, 1838]. Autograph Letter Signed. One page, on Daly's [Theatre] letterhead, New York City, Oct. 20, 1883. Daly invites Mrs. Fawcett and some friends to come to "a little Birthday dinner party I am giving Mrs. Gilbert tomorrow Sunday Eve. 6:30.". Very Good. $75.00.
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GOVERNMENT U.S.A.: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW
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GOVERNMENT U.S.A.: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW

by DALY, John Jay

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1954. DALY, John Jay. GOVERNMENT U.S.A.: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW. [Baltimore: Reese Press, 1954]. 4to., navy-blue cloth stamped in gilt. First Edition. Signed presentation by Daly on front endpaper: "To Colonel Donovan Scranton, in memory of a happy meeting in Washington with the Padre of the Third Division, His Eminent Dr. F. Niles O'Reilly, with all good wishes, from the author, John Jay Daly. April 2, 1959." Very Good. $25.00.
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ACTS OF LOVE
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ACTS OF LOVE

by DALY, Maureen

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1986. DALY, Maureen. ACTS OF LOVE. NY: Scholastic Inc., [1986]. 8vo., cloth & boards in dust jacket. First Edition. A novel inspired by the author's daughter, Megan. Signed presentation from Daly on the front endpaper: "August 1, 1986- for Evelyn Ringold, fellow artist and much-valued friend. Something about Megan. Maureen Daly." Very Good; minor wear d/j. $45.00.
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MADRIGALI

MADRIGALI

by DALY, T.A.

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1912. DALY, T.A. MADRIGALI. Illustrated by John Sloan. Philadelphia: David McKay, [1912]. Small 8vo., green cloth stamped in gilt. First Edition thus. Signed presentation by Daly on front endpaper: "To William E. Knox, in exchange for one Yiddish nickel, (rare) this little book carries the thanks and hearty good wishes of T.A. Daly. June 30, 1914." Also with an autograph letter signed from Daly laid in, to Knowat the Catholic Standard Times Office, thanking him for the coin and offering to go to lunch. Very Good (little wear but bright, right edge of letter worn). $125.00.
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LATE LARK SINGING
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LATE LARK SINGING

by DALY, T.A.

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1946. DALY, T.A. LATE LARK SINGING. NY: Harcourt, Brace and Co., [1946]. 12mo., cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed presentation from Daly on the front endpaper: "This little book is the property of Harry C. France, who paid cash money for it- notwithstanding the fact that he has been for years my Most Eloquent Interpreter and Constant Press Agent. Con amore, T.A. Daly. May 30 1946." Very Good; some edgewear & creases d/j. $85.00.
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Autograph Letter Signed

by DALY, Thomas Augustine

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One page, undated autographed letter signed on personalized stationery: "Catholic Standard Times Office, Philadelphia. My dear Bill Know: Your Yiddish coin is among my treasures and my warm thanks go to you. I'm sending a formal receipt under separate coverage. Blessings on you for all of your goodness! Some day I'll surprise you and claim that lunch. Meantime the best in Philadelphia is yours if you'll come over and claim it. Cordially, Tom Daly. To W.E. Knox, Esq. N.Y. City." Thomas Augustine Daly is best known for his humorous verse primarily in Italian or Irish-American dialect. Although popular for forty years as a poet, he was a versatile writer, and he built an international reputation as an author, columnist, and lecturer. He is credited for making the Catholic Standard Times the most successful Catholic weekly newspaper in the United States, Daly was acknowledged for his reviews, editorials, and travel notes. His columns of jokes and verses ran daily in the… Read more
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MEMORIAL ADDRESSES ON THE LIFE OF WILLIAM D. DALY HOBOKEN NJ
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MEMORIAL ADDRESSES ON THE LIFE OF WILLIAM D. DALY HOBOKEN NJ

by DALY, WILLIAM D.

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1901. DALY, William D. MEMORIAL ADDRESSES ON THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF WILLIAM D. DALY, FEBRUARY 9 AND 23, 1901. Delivered in The House of Representatives and Senate, Fifth-Sixth Congress, Second Session. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1901. Small quarto, embossed black cloth stamped in gilt; 59 pages. Portrait frontispiece of Daly. Daly (1851-1900) was born in Hoboken, NJ and was a lawyer. He was an influential Democrat, being elected a state Assemblyman, appointed as a district judge, and a member of the state Senate. He was a U.S. Congressman from the 7th District from 1899 to 1900- he died in office. This book contains the memorial addresses given in Congress upon his death. Very Good (minor wear with the gilt on the front cover nice & bright; contents clean & tight with the ink name of "Van Murphy, Apr. 19/14" on the front endpaper; small chip rear endpaper). Uncommon! $35.00.
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WHICH LILITH: FEMINIST WRITERS RE-CREATE THE WORLD'S FIRST WOMAN
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WHICH LILITH: FEMINIST WRITERS RE-CREATE THE WORLD'S FIRST WOMAN

by DAME, Enid

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1998. DAME, Enid; [Editor]. WHICH LILITH? Feminist Writers Re-Create The World's First Woman. Also edited by Lilly Rivlin and Henny Wenkart. Introduction by Naomi Wolf. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., [1998]. Small quarto, black cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. An anthology focusing on Lilith, Adam's first wife, who has been a part of Jewish culture in the writings called midrash- imaginative interpretations or commentaries on Scripture. Old Lilith stories were primarily told by men but now contemporary women are giving it a go!! Signed presentation from Enid Dame on a front blank page: "To Barbara, a wonderful friend and poet. Please enjoy these writings. With love, Enid Dame. 4-30-00." Also inscribed by a contributor: "To Barbara, Thanks for coming to hear our contributions. Enjoy the rest of the book. Best of luck to you. Elaine Barnartt-Goldstein." Near fine in d/j. $85.00.
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TO FRANK DAMROSCH FROM THE PEOPLE'S CHORAL UNION
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TO FRANK DAMROSCH FROM THE PEOPLE'S CHORAL UNION

by DAMROSCH, Frank [Julius Henry COHEN]

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[No publication information], 1929. First Edition. Signed presentation from Julius Henry Cohen to James McEwan on a front black page: "To James McEwan, many compliments, Julius Henry Cohen." Booklet contains a poem composed to celebrate Frank Damrosch's 70th birthday. Laid in is a typed letter signed, dated Nov.21, 1929 and on Cohen's personalized stationery, presenting the book. Damrosch [1859-1937] was a German-born American music conductor and educator. In 1905, Damrosch founded the New York Institute of Musical Art, which later became the Juilliard School. In 1892, Damrosch founded the People's Singing Classes designed to instruct interested adults, especially working people, in the rudiments of music and to perform great choral works. Two years later the advanced classes were organized into the People's Choral Union and was under his personal supervision until 1913. Julius Henry Cohen was an influential lawyer in the first half of the twentieth century. He assisted in the formation of the Port… Read more
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