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Wall Map of Norfolk County, Massachusetts Based Upon the Trigonometrical Survey of the...
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Wall Map of Norfolk County, Massachusetts Based Upon the Trigonometrical Survey of the State.Inset maps of 'Plan of Dedham Village' and 'Plan of the City of Roxbury'

by WALL MAP

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Boston: Henry F. Walling, 1853. 26.8 inches high by 37 inches wide. Full hand color by town. Laid down on linen, rollers at top and bottom. Near Fine. Beautiful color.
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War and Peace. A Historical Novel
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War and Peace. A Historical Novel

by TOLSTOI, Count Leon ( Translated from the French by Clara Bell )

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New York: William S. Gottsberger, 1886. 1886 and 1887. Complete in 6 volumes. Four of the volumes (3 through 6) are first printings with the date of 1886 on title page, and "Press of William S. Gottsberger" at the bottom of the copyright page. Two volumes (1 and 2) are dated 1887 on the title page, and there is no Gottsberger imprint on the copyright page. 12 mo, original brown publisher's cloth stamped in black and gilt. Overall Very Good condition, with light to moderate shelf wear and evidence of damp stain to front cover of volume 5.
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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

by THOREAU, Henry David

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1868. New and Revised Edition (the first Ticknor and Fields printing, but second edition overall). Original purple cloth, gilt lettering at spine, octavo. Thoreau's first book. BAL 20118, 1330 copies printed. An attractive Very Good or better example, cloth modestly faded at spine, but spine ends and corner cloth intact, inner and outer hinges firm.
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Wessex Poems
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Wessex Poems

by HARDY, Thomas

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New York: Harper and Brothers, 1899. First American Edition. Octavo, original green cloth stamped in white, light green, and orange, lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Near Fine with very light wear, one inch of fabric visible at front hinge due to binding error. No dust jacket.
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The West Side Y.M.C.A. Airplane School Notebook from 1918
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The West Side Y.M.C.A. Airplane School Notebook from 1918

by AVIATION

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New York: Y.M.C.A. Training School, 1918. Octavo. Three ring notebook filled with unlined loose-leaf paper. Handwritten notes made by unknown author. Date on first notes paper is Sept. 7th - 1918. The student who kept this notebook included many drawings of implements and mechanical parts of airplanes. Also included in the notebook is "the Compound Nozzle Explained," a short (14 pages) pamphlet from 1915. The student punched holes and added it to his course notes. The notebook covers two courses: Airplane Motors with Professor Hall and Plane School with Mr. Chedester. In the back of the notebook there is a bibliography, a list of tools needed to apply for positions in an airplane factory, and a long list of questions the student recorded to ask after lectures. Several clippings from magazines or other sources are included throughout. The student who kept this notebook would have been well prepared for a career in the U.S. Air Service or in a factory. According to the U.S. Labor Department Training… Read More
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What Will You Have?  [COCKTAIL RECIPES]
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What Will You Have? [COCKTAIL RECIPES]

by WEBSTER, Ben

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New York: Mary Ryan, (1930). First Edition. Box of 48 individual cocktail recipe charts (inside original envelopes): Single sheet card stock with horizontal and vertical fold, which unfolds to 10 by 16 inches, Original printed envelope. Envelopes and charts housed in original black box: 6 by 4 by 8 1/2 inches. No copies found on WorldCat. A very scarce collection of cocktail recipe charts very likely produced by the author to be sold individually. The box, which features its own title insert inside top box cover, was perhaps intended for speakeasies (or for sales after repeal at bookstores or bars) who agreed to purchase a gross of 48 charts. The copyright date of 1930 is intriguing as it falls squarely during the last years of Prohibition. Webster may have designed his chart in 1930 with the hunch that repeal would eventually materialize. In any event, a wonderful collection. All Near Fine except for one roughly opened envelope (not by us), presumed to be complete as there are 24 of each red and… Read More
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Wild Scenes and Song Birds
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Wild Scenes and Song Birds

by MILLER, Alfred j. and Webber, Charles Wilkins

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New York: George P. Putnam & Co., , 1854. First Edition, first issue. Beautifully illustrated with 20 chromolithograph plates, 15 of birds by Mrs. Webber, and 5 of Native American scenes by the great early Western artists, Alfred Jacob Miller. Miller's works are very scarce in chromolithograph format. The plate of Indian Girl Swinging shows her bare-breasted as called for in the first issue (in later printings she has been provided a blouse). Large octavo (binding is approximately 7 inches wide and 10 inches tall). In the scarce publisher's full black Morocco, highly decorated in gilt on both the front and back covers and the spine. Both covers have a large depressed lozenge with a gilt bird in the center. Very scarce in the deluxe Morocco binding. Near fine with light edge wear.
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