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University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 1982. 236 pages. The covers are orange-brown and in very good condition; the author and title in black on the spine. The binding is solid. The dust jacket is very good minus, as there is some loss of color on the spine, back and fore edge. There are no significant rips or tears in the dust jacket and it is in a clear Mylar protective cover. The interior is clean and bright with no writing or spotting detected. The book appears unread. The book includes a forward by Jimmy Skaggs, numerous black and white photographs and illustrations, and a 14-page bibliography.

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  • Book condition: Good
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Steven Angela, Printer. New York. 1876 on copyright page, 1877 on front cover. Paper covers. 48 pages. Ex-lib. The tan, paper covers of this booklet are in good condition although they are partially detached from the spine. The cover edges are worn and frayed with a couple of chips missing. There is a small library stamp on the front cover and inside of the back cover. A previous owners' name and a few numbers are written on the top of the front cover; the previous owners' name is also on the title page. The interior pages of this book are in very good condition. They are clean and bright, with no foxing detected. An advertisement for the Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences is tipped in the back. The booklet is protected in a clear, removable plastic sleeve with backing board.

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David R. Godine. Boston. 1981. 142 pages. The green covers are in very good condition with no markings, only slight wear on the lower edges. The front cover has a beautiful stamped drawing in silver and dark green by Teresa Ellis; title and author in dark green tin spine. The binding is firm. The dust jacket is price-clipped, frayed with some loss at the top of spine, and faded in spots, especially the spine which is heavily sunned. The interior pages are in very good condition. There is no writing or spotting.

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The Common Sense of Money And Investments

Rukeyser, Merryle Stanley

  • Book condition: Very Good
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Review of Reviews Corporation, by arrangement with Simon and Shuster. 1924 on copyright page, no printings listed. xvii, 333 pages. Hardcover. The maroon covers are in very good minus condition. The cover condition issues are the top of spine is rolled with a small tear (1/2"), and some staining along the length of the leading edge of front cover. The title and author are in bright gold on the spine, the title debossed on the front cover. The covers retain much of their original color. The binding is very solid. The interior of the book is in very good condition. There is no writing or foxing detected; the pages are generally clean and bright, with a small smudge mark or crease detected on very few pages (less than 5). This is a nice copy of a relatively early printing of this book, which appear to be uncommon.

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Compend of Geology

Le Conte, Joseph

  • Book condition: Good
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American Book Company; Appleton. New York. 1884. 399 pages followed by 8 pages of advertisement for American Book Company Publications. 5 in x 7 3/4 in. The dark covers are in good shape with title in gold on front and on spine. There is some fraying along edges. The spine is frayed and worn, especially along edge with front board. The binding is loose, with the front hinge starting to detach. All pages are bound, although the textblock is loose in spots. The front end papers are creased and soiled, and the first few pages are soiled in spots. Otherwise, the interior pages are generally clear and bright; most have no makings or foxing. The back endpaper has some writing in pencil. The book contains 384 black and white figures, many of these are in very good condition and are interesting depictions of geological processes and ancient life.

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The Complete Golfer

Wind, Herbert Warren, ed.; with an Introduction by Robert T. Jones, Jr.

  • Edition: Third Printing
  • Book condition: Very Good+
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Simon and Schuster. New York. 1954. Third printing stated. xx, 315 pages. Hardcover. The blue covers are in very good plus condition, only very minor bumping on top and bottom of spine and corners. The spine is tan with title, author, and publisher in gold on a red background. The dust jacket is generally in good condition; there are several small tears on the top of the spine and corners and minor scuffing along the edges of the jacket. The jacket is price-clipped; the front is colorful, with a small speck of green color loss and minimal fading. The dust jacket is protected in a clear, archival removable cover. The binding is solid. The interior of this book is in very good plus condition. The red endpapers include numerous black/white photographs of golfing scenes. The pages are clean and bright; no writing, markings, or foxing detected. The book includes an Introduction by Robert T. Jones, Jr. and writings by several different authors, including Walter Hagen and P. G. Wodehouse. Illustrations in t ... Read more

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  • Book condition: Very Good+
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Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1959. Edition unclear, but stated first published in 1959. 123 pages. Hardcover. The green covers are in very good plus condition, only very minor bumping on top and bottom of spine and corners. The spine includes the title, author, and publisher in gold. The dust jacket is generally in good condition; there are some small tears and fraying along the edges with a few small specks of color loss on the front and spine. The jacket is price-clipped; it is protected in a clear, archival removable cover. The binding is solid. The interior of this book is in very good plus condition. The pages are clean and bright; no writing, markings, or foxing detected. It may be unread. The book includes a frontis and 21 plates which are photographs taken by the author along with 4 graphs and 13 tables that include data on a variety of topics related to conifers.

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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Very Good
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Adirondack Museum/Syracuse University Press. Syracuse. 1968 . First Edition stated. viii 207 pages. The tan covers are in very good condition, with only some minor bumping along the top and bottom of spine/corners and a small spot on the front edge. The title and editor are in gold on blue on the spine. The binding is solid. The dust jacket is essentially missing, but the inside front flap of the dust jacket with original price ($13.75) is laid in the back. The interior of the book is in very good condition with no writing detected; there is a rather large smudge mark on page 55 but the rest of the pages appear to be clean. There are two small spots on the page edges. The book includes many black/white photographs, including some dated from the late 1800's and early 1900's. The book also includes 3 maps, one of which is a two-page fold-out of the Cranberry Lake region. The book includes writings by the editor, Albert Fowler and other authors including Atwood Manley and Marshall Howlett Durston.

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Cultivated Evergreens

Bailey, Liberty Hyde (ed.)

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Macmillan Co. 1928. 434 pages. The covers are dark green with gold lettering on front and spine. There is very minor scuffing on covers. Top edge of spine is moderately rubbed. The interior is very clean. The only writing appears on the front free endpaper and is a short inscription to the owner (dated Christmas, 1929). Otherwise the interior is bright, some very small spots on a couple of pages. It contains many half-page and full-page black and white photographs of trees. The binding is intact, but loose in some spots.

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