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Aes Triplex [W. W. Denslow Copy]
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Aes Triplex [W. W. Denslow Copy]

by STEVENSON, Robert Louis [ W. W. DENSLOW ]

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1901. First American Edition. This copy with W. W. Denslow (of Wizard of Oz fame) autograph, date of April 9th, 1901 and drawing of sea horse at top of title page. A Good, generally worn copy, mild staining to top and lower page edges.
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Anne of Green Gables [In Rare Dustjacket]
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Anne of Green Gables [In Rare Dustjacket]

by MONTGOMERY, L. M.

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Boston: L. C. Page and Co. , 1908. First Edition. Author's first book and most famous work. This copy in a very early issue of the dustjacket with advertisements for titles published by Page no later than 1909 at the rear panel. Differs from the Cameron Treleaven copy in the titles listed at rear panel. A sharp Very Good plus copy (expertly and unnoticeably recased) with few pages showing paper acidity browning, few pages with a dime sized brown stain, few smudges to pages. Dustjacket has some browning scotch tape at verso, light staining to spine, shallow chipping to spine ends and panels.
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Archive of Materials Related to Russian-Ukrainian Violinist and Conductor Paul Cherkassky. [...
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Archive of Materials Related to Russian-Ukrainian Violinist and Conductor Paul Cherkassky. [ BOSTON POPS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA INTEREST ]

by CHERKASSKY, Paul

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[Boston], 1921. The collection consists of letters and correspondence in English, Russian, and Finnish, family photographs, and immigration and other official documents in English, Russian, and Finnish or Swedish. Dates range from the late 19th and early 20th centuries to the 1970s. Some materials may be older. The materials are not arranged in any particular order and photographs from all time periods are somewhat mixed in with each other. Dating is sporadic and many items in the collection are not dated. The collection is contained in one bankers box which holds photographs, albums, negatives, notebooks, journals, passports, immigration documents, and correspondence. [Please inquire for specifics) Paul Cherkassky was a violinist and frequent guest conductor with the Boston Pops and Boston Symphony Orchestra. He was born in 1891 in Odessa, Ukraine (listed in immigration documents as Russia). He traveled in Europe extensively and was invited to play in Finland a number of times. At the start of the… Read More
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Atlas of the State of New Hampshire.
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Atlas of the State of New Hampshire.

by Walling, Henry F., and Charles H. Hitchcock; Julius Bien, printer

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New York: Comstock & Cline, 1877. Folio. 3/4 leather over blue pebbled cloth. 10 double page maps, 12 single page maps, and a large folding map of Coos County. Some of the double page maps are : Geological Map of New Hampshire, Railroad Map of the United States, New Hampshire and Vermont, and several county maps. Maps are hand colored. Walling was a well known cartographer, especially of New England states. Hitchcock was at the time of publication of this Atlas the State Geologist for New Hampshire. Condition is very good, with only light shelf wear. Color of the maps is vibrant.
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The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge [ SIGNED ]
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The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge [ SIGNED ]

by COOLIDGE, Calvin

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New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corporation, 1929. First Trade Edition stated. There was a limited signed edition as well. Signed "Cordially Calvin Coolidge" on the verso of the frontispiece portrait. Signed first trade editions are very scarce, especially in the dust jacket as here.Octavo, original green cloth, pictorial endpapers. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket with chips at top and bottom of spine, edge wear to top edge, and tape reinforcement along 3/4ths of the front panel at the spine.
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as found in the Catalogue of the Trustees, Instructors, and Students of Amherst Academy
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as found in the Catalogue of the Trustees, Instructors, and Students of Amherst Academy

by DICKINSON, Emily [ William Austin; Edward; Lavinia ]

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Amherst, Massachusetts: J. S. and C. Adams, 1841. Three separate issues of the Amherst Academy Catalogue for the years 1841, 1842 and 1843, bound together without wrappers (but with title pages) and also including the Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Amherst College for the academical years 1841-1842 and 1842-1843, plus Catalogus Collegii Amherstiensis, 1842. Six catalogues altogether. Octavo. A wonderful group of Dickinsoniana, with Emily Dickinson listed four times under various departments at Amherst Academy, including 'Female Department Classical Course' and 'English'. Her sister Lavinia is found three times, her brother Austin three times, and her father Edward four times including his role as treasurer for Amherst College. Also found twice is Emily's school friend Abby Wood and listed once friend Jane Humphrey. Dickinson ultimately spent seven years at the Academy. A rare record of Emily's education. Very Good, disbound from boards (which are present), catalogues for 1841 and 1842 foxed.
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