Rare United States History
Acts of a General Nature, Enacted, Revised and Ordered to Be Reprinted, At the First Session of the Twenty-second General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Begun and Held in the Town of Columbus, December 1, 1823, Volume Xxii
8vo, 500pgs. Full-bound in brown leather, with red leather title label and gilt-stamped titling on spine. Leather is worn down at head/tail of spine; gilt is slightly faded on spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and extremities, boards are sprung. Interior pages have foxing throughout, text is still fully readable.
American Constitutions (social Science Series, No. 1)
Dark blue cloth with gilt titles. Spine and board edges sunned with a few faint markings on front board. Wear at spine head/tail and at corner tips, and a faint hint of darker toning at tail edge. Book is solid and interior is clean though toned, and rear free endpaper has a small closed tear at tail edge.
Anarchy and Anarchists
A History of the Red Terror and the Social Revolution in America and Europe; Communism, Socialism, And Nihilism in Doctrine and in Deed; the Chicago Haymarket Conspiracy, And the Detection and Trial of the Conspirators
Blue cloth with gilt titles to front and to spine. Extensively water-damaged: front board bowed and discolored, dampstain pervading throughout the text. Front hinge starting.
Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania in the Olden Time; Being a Collection of Memoirs, Anecdotes, And Incidents of the City and its Inhabitants (3 Volumes)
All 3 vols half bound leather, brown cloth boards, raised bands and gilt to spines. Large-paper set, noted in Howes' US IANA. Numerous plates and throughout. Text clean throughout. Leather boards lightly chipped, esp on spines: Vol 2 has 1 1/2'' piece missing top corner, vol 3 has smaller piece missing bottom corner of spine, and a bit of top corner of board chewed away. Leather joints starting to crack but bindings intact. Gilt lightly chipped but still legible. Volume 1 has damp stain along edges of paper in the last few signatures, remainder of text and boards undamaged.
Bell Ranch As I Knew it
No. 217 of a limited edition of 250. Signed by illustrator. Inscribed by purchaser; abrasion/tear on inside front pastedown.
Dust Jacket : Very Good. Owner signed. Inch tear in front pastedown. Minor spine fading and edgewear on DJ. Very bright and clean.
Blood, Class, and Nostalgia
Explores the special relationship between the United States and Great Britain
Jacket - Near Fine. Inscribed by Hitchens "Comradely Greetings, Christopher Hitchens
Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac 1916: A Book of Information, General of the World, And Special of New York City and Long Island
Red cloth 8vo with gold titles. 2 color maps in front pocket, fold-out railway map, numerous ads & illustrations throughout. Ex-library, few markings. Front hinge weak.
The Civil War Day by Day
An Almanac, 1861-1869
Presents a daily account of the Civil War years, providing insights into the political and social developments of this crucial era
Die Nigger Die!
1st printing. Publisher review card laid inside. Some rubbing and slight chipping to jacket edges, especially at extemities of spine.