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Books, Handbooks, Reports
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Books, Handbooks, Reports, group view

From left to right:
Book, Slave Ships and Slaving
Dow, inscribed 1927
- SOLD

Book, Kings Handbook of Boston
1878
- SOLD

Book, Report of the Andersonville Monument Commission
1911
- SOLD

Book, Millennial Church or United Society of Believers
Commonly called Shakers
Albany, 1848
- SOLD

Book, Our Standard Bearer: Life of General Grant
Boston, 1868
- SOLD

Book, Heroism of Hannah Duston in Indian Wars
1874
- SOLD

Book, Manners and Customs of the American Indians
Boston, 1849
- SOLD

Book, A Quaker Among the Indians
Boston, 1876
- SOLD

Book, 1917 US Army Infantry Manual
CPK inscription
- SOLD

Book, Indian Horrors or Massacres by the Red Men
Salesman's copy
Russell, Boston, MA
- SOLD
647-141

Book, Kriss Kringle and Other Stories
Probably McGloughlin, 1873
- SOLD




Day Book, Leather Covered Note Book, Engraved Brass Lock Mount
Thomas Smith, His Book
May 3, 1800
Leather, dyed green - SOLD


Day Book, Leather Covered Note Book, Engraved Brass Lock Mount
Thomas Smith, His Book
May 3, 1800, entire view

Perhaps 25% of sheets with written information, the remaining pages are blank.
Dimensions: 6 by 4 by 1".

171-94 - SOLD




The Vanity of Man Considered
Commemorating the Death of George Washington
By Samuel Niles
Pastor of the Church in Abington, MA
Circa 1800
Printed in Boston in 1800 by John & Thomas Fleet - SOLD


The Vanity of Man Considered
Commemorating the Death of George Washington
By Samuel Niles
Pastor of the Church in Abington, MA
Circa 1800, entire view

Printed sermon by Samuel Niles, Pastor of the Church in Abington [MA] titled "The Vanity of Man Considered In A Sermon Delivered February 22d, 1800, Commemorating The Death of George Washington, Late President of the United States," printed in Boston in 1800 by John & Thomas Fleet, on laid paper, 23 pages, rebound and recovered in suede, some staining and tears. (6 by 9-inches.)

110-375 - SOLD




Carved Book Box
Battle Of Lake Erie Centennial
On Spine....History Of OH Perry
On Cover...Niagara-We Have Met The Enemy And They Are Ours
Circa 1913 - SOLD


Carved Book Box
Battle Of Lake Erie Centennial
On Spine....History Of OH Perry
On Cover...Niagara-We Have Met The Enemy And They Are Ours
Circa 1913, entire view

As depicted, the legend within raised border centering the Niagara above scrolls, leafy decorative devices and name plaque. At top right are spandrels with scratch carved dates. The spine with shield carved "History" above portrait, and crossed flags. Box contains a conforming sliding drawer. (Length: 10 inches; width: 6.25 inches; depth: 1.5 inches.)

232-136 - SOLD




"The History of Miss Villars" Pamphlet
Circa 1793 - SOLD


'The History of Miss Villars' Pamphlet
Circa 1793, entire view

A printed pamphlet with wallpaper covers relating to the tribulations of Miss Villars, a young "woman of business" with "no inclination to marry" in patriarchal post revolutionary America.
It is inscribed on the inside of the cover: "Presented to Thomas Dewick by his Instructor _m Marcy".
There are also two cabinet cards of a Rebecca and John Minnekin of Fall River, MA.
Condition: cover is chipped, pages have tear in center, otherwise good.
Dimensions: 3.875 by 5.875-inches.

576-22 - SOLD





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