8VO. 746pgs, brown cloth boards, marbled endpapers. Covers and spine are rather worn with fraying along edges, some bumping. Binding is intact with no evidence of separation or loosening. A valuable survey of early St. Paul.
1904, Small 4to. Twelve issues comprising Vol. 6 of The Photographic Poster, including February 1903 to January 1904. Three quarter bound in red leather and red cloth, with gilt lettering at spine. Unpaginated. Leather is chipped at spine ends, rubbed at corners. Small chip in spine leather. Front board has what appears to be a damp stain on lower quarter. Interior is clean, both endpapers repaired at hinges. Page 14 and last signature loose. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown. A bound collection of photo magazines from the early 1900s in Minnesota.
Small 8vo, 121pgs. Half bound in blue cloth with metallic silver cloth and blue titling. Binding is solid and interior is clean and bright. Some soiling and rubbing to front and back covers, else book is in near fine condition.
A comprehensive history and analysis of the Minneapolis Citizens Alliance, a union of Minneapolis business owners, in their campaign against organized labor.