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CARGILL, OSCAR
Intellectual America: Ideas on the March
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1941. 1941. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1941. 1941. Good. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY OSCAR CARGILL - Octavo, reddish brown cloth. The binding is bumped & lightly rubbed with the cloth worn at the corners. The spine is a bit darkened with a white score mark & a light stain. There is a chip to the spine's head & slight fraying to its head, tail & mid- section. xxi, [1] leaf & 777 pages. The gutters are darkened & there is some light soiling to the preliminary pages. There is a small stain to the bottom edge. Good.

First edition.

The author's copy inscribed to his wife on the front endpaper: "To Gladys / the first copy of this book / Oscar / October 7, 1941".

Cargill makes a distinction between orderly systems of thought or philosophies and ideologies. He coins the word "ideodynamics" for his "descriptive study of ideologies and of the results of the forces which they exert". Good .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; IDEOLOGIES; IDEODYNAMICS; INTELLECTUAL AMERICA: IDEAS ON THE MARCH; OSCAR CARGILL; INSCRIBED; SIGNED; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.

 
CARLYLE, THOMAS
Montaigne and Other Essays, Chiefly Biographical. With a Foreword by S.R. Crockett. (Originally Contributed to Brewster's "Edinburgh Encyclopaedia," 1820-23)
London: James Gowans & Son/Phila.: J. P. Lippincott Company, 1897. 1897. London: James Gowans & Son/Phila.: J. P. Lippincott Company, 1897. 1897. Good. - Octavo, maroon cloth (rubbed & bumped) titled in gilt on spine. xiv & 297 pages, deckle-edged (pastedowns & endpapers darkened; slight dampstain on title page). Good.

First edition (American issue. An unnoted variant: Tarr A53.1.6 calls for the American issue to be the same as the English "second state" in the "B" binding. This copy is identical to the English "1st state" and is in the "A" binding). Good .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; BIOGRAPHY; HISTORY; C.R. CROCKETT; MONTAIGNE AND OTHER ESSAYS, CHIEFLY BIOGRAPHICAL; THOMAS CARLYLE; FIRST EDITION; 1ST; VARIANT.

 
CARMER, CARL
Dark Trees to the Wind: A Cycle of York State Years
NY: William Sloane Associates, (1949). (1949). NY: William Sloane Associates, (1949). (1949). Very good. - Octavo, cream & green pictorial cloth (lightly bumped) titled in gilt, in dust wrapper (lightly chipped & soiled; extremities faded; price- clipped). xiv & 370 pages. Illustrated in B&W with frontis, vignettes & full- & double-page illustrations by John O'Hara Cosgrave II. Very good.

Second printing. Very good .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; NEW YORK STATE; NY STATE; CARL CARMER; DARK TREES TO THE WIND; AMERICAN HISTORY; ILLUSTRATIONS; JOHN O'HARA COSGRAVE II.

 
CARNEY, OTIS
Wars R' Us: Taking Action for Peace
(Bloomington, IN: 1st Books), (2002). (2002). (Bloomington, IN: 1st Books), (2002). (2002). Very good. INSCRIBED BY OTIS CARNEY TO PETER MATTHIESSEN - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial wrappers. The binding is lightly rubbed with a small chip to the top edge of the front cover. vii, 246 & [1] pages. Very good.

Inscribed by the author to Peter Matthiessen on the title page: "To Peter-- / Not much trout fishing in this one! With hope and God bless you! / Otis / Bonita, AZ / 11/5/02 ". Very good .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY; WARS R' US: TAKING ACTION FOR PEACE; OTIS CARNEY; WAR PROPAGANDA; POLITICAL ACTION; AFGHANISTAN; IRAQ; VIETNAM; SEPTEMBER 11TH; PATRIOTISM; INSCRIBED; SIGNED; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; PETER MATTHIESSEN.

 
CARPENTER, EDWIN H., JR
Government Publication in Late Eighteenth-Century Mexico
The Bibliographical Society of America, 1952. 1952. The Bibliographical Society of America, 1952. 1952. Fine. - 8vo, printed tan wraps. 69 pages. Near fine.

An offprint from the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Volume Forty-six, Second and Third Quarters, 1952.

In his introductory essay, the author writes: "Before a definitive history of Mexican printing is written, there will have to be a number of studies which dig rather deeply within narrow limits. The present paper is offered as an attempt at such a study, being a checklist of the official imprints of the rule of one viceroy, with some remarks on government publishing in Mexico in the late eighteenth century. This list is, to the writer's knowledge, the first attempt at an inclusive listing of government documents of any segment of the colonial period in Mexico." . Fine .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; BOOKS-ON-BOOKS; PRINTING; HISTORY OF PRINTING; MEXICO; MEXICAN PRINTING; MEXICAN GOVERNMENT IMPRINTS; MEXICAN GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; EIGHTEENTH CENTURY; 18TH CENTURY; COLONIAL MEXICO; CHECKLIST; EDWIN H. CARPTENTER; BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF

 
CARROLL, GEORGE
Lake Placid: The Adirondack Village That Became Famous
Glens Falls, New York: Thomas F. Barton, Publisher, 1968. 1968. Glens Falls, New York: Thomas F. Barton, Publisher, 1968. 1968. Fair. - Octavo, softcover bound in color pictorial perfect-bound wraps. The covers are slightly creased with a couple of small stains to the edges. There is a short tear to the top edge of the front joint. 116 & [1] pages, profusely illustrated throughout. The frontispiece is detached and the binding is fragile. Good.

Foreword by Lowell Thomas. Fair .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; NEW YORK STATE; ADIRONDACKS; GEORGE CARROLL; LOWELL THOMAS; LAKE PLACID; THE ADIRONDACK VILLAGE THAT BECAME FAMOUS; NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK; ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS; OLYMPIC VILLAGE; HISTORY; TRAVEL; ILLUSTRATED; ILLUSTRATIONS.

 
CASWELL, JIMBO; EDITOR-IN-CHIEF.
Newark State College: Memorabilia.
[Newark, NJ: Newark State College], circa [1972]. [1972]. - Small quarto [10-3/8 inches high by 7-3/4 inches wide], softcover bound in red & white decorative wrappers. The binding is lightly stained & soiled with the head & tail of the spine chipped & the top corner of the front cover creased. 88 pages. Profuse black-and-white illustrations. Good. A humorous book of pictures of Newark State College faculty, students and administrators, as well as of memorable events and visitors to the campus. Newark State College became Kean College in 1973. In 1972, anti-war activists brought Jerry Rubin to the college. He vowed to "shut down the college for the rest of the year". On pages 34-35 there is a series of photographs entitled: "Jerry & Rubin". RARE. Good .
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Keywords: AMERICANA; EDUCATION; AMERICAN COLLEGES; NEWARK STATE COLLEGE: MEMOROBILIA; KEAN COLLEGE; JIMBO CASWELL, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF; ILLUSTRATED; PORTRAITS; JERRY RUBIN; SIXTIES.

 
CHAFETZ, HENRY
Play the Devil: A History of Gambling in the United States from 1492 to 1955
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc./Publisher, (1960). (1960). New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc./Publisher, (1960). (1960). Fine. - Octavo, red cloth titled in black on the spine, in a dust wrapper. The dust jacket is rubbed with its top & bottom edges chipped. [xi] & 475 pages. Illustrated in black-and-white by Christopher Simon. Near fine in a very good dust wrapper.

Inscribed to printer Henry Horowitz on the front endpaper. The inscription refers to Cooper Square Publishers, which was founded by famed bookseller Henry Chafetz and Sid Solomon: "Dear Henry / In the coming struggle for financial independence and success for Cooper Square Publishers, you will have to be sympathetic. Meanwhile, as you read this book on gambling in the American past, remember that Sid and I are gambling on the future in a more definite but less overt way. / Anyway enjoy 'Play The Devil' / Henry 'Chip' Chafetz". Fine .

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CHAMBERS, ERNEST J
The Unexploited West: A Compilation of All of the Authentic Information Available at the Present Time As to the Natural Resources of the Unexploited Regions of Northern Canada by Major Ernest J. Chambers, Corps of Guides... . Published Under the Direction of F.C. C. Lynch Superintendent of the Railway Lands Branch, Department of the Interior, Hon. W.J. Roche, Minister
Ottawa: Printed by J. de L. Tache, 1914. 1914. Ottawa: Printed by J. de L. Tache, 1914. 1914. Good. - Octavo, printed tan & gray wraps with circular vignette on front wrap. The wraps are darkened, soiled & chipped with a short tear to the rear wrap repaired with scotch tape & with light creasing to the front wrap; there is a tear to the front joint & a piece out of the tail of the spine, which have been partially repaired with scotch tape. xv, 361, VIII & xi pp. There is a short tear to the title & staining to the front edges of the following 4 leaves; there are some pencil markings & occasional soiling & foxing to the text pages. B&W textual illustrations & full-page B&W maps. Good. Good .
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Keywords: AMERICANA; CANADIANA; CANADA; NORTHERN CANADA; NORTHWESTERN CANADA; KEEWATIN; SASKATCHEWAN; ALBERTA; MACKENZIE RIVER; ARCTIC PRAIRIE; RESOURCES; ERNEST J. CHAMBERS; ILLUSTRATIONS; MAPS.

 
CHENERY, WILLIAM L.; EDITOR
The University Club Yesterday and Today
New York: (Printed by Princeton University Press), 1955. 1955. New York: (Printed by Princeton University Press), 1955. 1955. Very good. - Octavo, pictorial rust brown boards backed with black cloth. The corners of the covers are lightly rubbed. [vii] & 92 pages plus colophon. Illustrated with drawings by Robert Ball, including 13 black-and-white plates & 1 full-page illustration in brown & white. Near fine.

First edition.

The University Club in New York City was founded at the end of the Civil War as a meeting place for male graduates of American colleges resident in New York City. [Ladies were later admitted as guests]. Very good .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; CLUBS; NEW YORK CITY; THE UNIVERSITY CLUB YESTERDAY & TODAY; HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY CLUB; UNIVERSITY GRADUATES; ACTIVITIES; ENTERTAINMENT; GAMES & PASTIMES; FOOD & DRINK; WILLIAM L. CHENERY, EDITOR; ROBERT BALL, ILLUSTRATOR; PLAT

 
CHENEY, C. EMMA
Mistress Alice Jocelyn Her Letters. In the Which Be Set Forth an English Mayde's Voyage to the Province of Maine and What Did Befall Her Thereafter. Endeavoured by C. Emma Cheney
Chicago: The Blue Sky Press, (1903). (1903). Chicago: The Blue Sky Press, (1903). (1903). Good. - Small octavo [6-3/8 inches high by 4-5/8 inches wide], pictorial tan paper covered boards backed with tan cloth & titled in black on the front board with a printed paper label on the spine. The binding is rubbed & bumped & the spine & extremities are darkened. The head of the spine is chipped & the label is rubbed & darkened. 88 pages, including the colophon. Black-and-white portrait frontispiece & decorations in orange & black. The top edge is darkened. There are small pieces out of the top edges of 2 leaves where they have been roughly opened. Internally, the book is bright and clean. Good.

Number 256 of a limited edition of 500 numbered copies.

Presentation copy inscribed by C. Emma Cheney and signed in full on the flyleaf. Good .

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CHEW, BEVERLY (1773-1851). NEW ORLEANS BUSINESSMAN, POLITICAL APPOINTEE & PURPORTED SMUGGLER.
Partially Printed Document: A Baggage Entry Declaration Signed 3 Times by the Powerful New Orleans Businessman Beverly Chew, Importing 2 Trunks Purportedly Containing Personal "Wearing Apparel" to a Port in the District of Philadelphia on Board the Ship "Snow Experiment". Additionally Endorsed and Docketed by His Mentor, the Philadelphia Merchant Daniel William Coxe.
District of Philadelphia, June 6th, 1800. 1800. - A 13-1/4 inch high by 8-3/8 inch wide "Baggage Entry" declaration, printed by John Bioren for the Philadelphia ship broker Samuel Emery. The partially printed "baggage entry" document declares an "Entry made by Beverly Chew of Fredericksburg, Virginia bieing the Property of himself imported in the Snow Experiment, whereof is Master Edward Killey from Port Passage". The contents are identified as "Two trunks containing wearing apparel". Chew further signs within the text affirming that the baggage entering the "District of Philadelphia" "contains, to the best of my Knowledge and Belief, a just and true Account of the Contents of the two trunks mentioned herien, imported in the Snow Experiment.." The document is finally signed by Chew on "this 6th day of June 1800". The baggage entry document is further docketed and signed on the verso by Daniel W. Coxe, under whom Chew apprenticed in Philadelphia. The buff paper is toned with creases, offsetting and darkening to the edges and corners. The document is folded three times horizontally with short tears along the edges of the folds and with several chips and tears along the bottom edge and a small piece chipped out from the bottom right corner. The New Orleans businessman, political appointee and purported smuggler Beverly Chew (1773-1851) was born in Spotsylvania County, Virginia and apprenticed with Philadelphia merchant Daniel William Coxe and his associates. During this time, Chew also learned about financial dealings from William Dunbar, the Natchez plantation owner who moved cotton through Coxe's firm. Moving to New Orleans, Chew partnered with Richard Relf. For a spell the firm of Chew & Relf controlled the larger part of the banking, shipping, trading and insurance business of early New Orleans commerce and were key players in the smuggling "business" of the city. A distant cousin of President Thomas Jefferson and also related to William C.C. Clairborne, Mississippi's territorial governor, Chew sought and gained political appointments. Initially as a justice of the Court of Common Pleas at New Orleans and then as New Orleans' first postmaster. Barred by New Orleans' City Council from importing slaves from the West Indies into the US, Chew smuggled them instead through the Bayou LaFourche. Chew continued in that same vein using contacts with Spanish officials after Federal Law outlawed the importation of African slaves in 1808. Chew had deep ties with British business interests when President Madison appointed him as New Orleans vice consul for Russia in 1812, tasking him to handle trade reciprocity between the two countries. Given that Chew & Relf's hands were in so many pockets, it's not surprising that their business suffered few losses from the British blockade of American ports during the War of 1812. Chew subsequently took up arms as a rifleman under General Andrew Jackson during the Battle of New Orleans which followed the British invasion of Louisiana in 1814. As early as 1809, the notorious pirates & privateers Jean & Pierre Lafitte were cutting into Chew & Relf's smuggling profits and businesses. The Lafitte brothers and Baratarian pirates had received presidential pardons for their assistance during the War of 1812. Appointed customs collector in 1816, Beverly Chew struck back, implementing and arguing for anti-smuggling laws and taking action against the Lafitte brothers while furthering his own smuggling operations. The privateers were finally pressured into leaving their base at Galveston in 1822 following diplomatic negotiations with Commodore Daniel Patterson and the Lafitte brothers were given safe conduct passes away from Louisiana. Chew profited from his position as port customs collector for 12 years until President Andrew Jackson replaced him in 1829. Though still president of a bank and with other business interests still providing income, Chew turned bitter against President Jackson's actions and was further brought down when his past caught up to him in the form of a lawsuit over Daniel Clark's will which made it all the way to the Supreme Court. When Chew & Relf's backer Daniel Clark died following an illness back in 1813, a second will mysteriously vanished, leaving Chew & Relf as co-executors of his estate with Clark's mother named as beneficiary. Somehow, after Chew & Relf were done, they claimed that no money was left once they'd paid off Clark's debts and expenses though no formal accounting was provided. The "missing" will had named Clark's daughter Myra Clark Gaines as beneficiary with different executors. The lawsuit became one of the longest-running in history and drained Chew's financial resources leaving little in his estate upon his death. Much of the Chew biographical information was found in a scholarly article published by Historiaobscura: "Beverly Chew: The Man Behind the Curtain in Early New Orleans" by Pam Keyes. Chew autographs are rare in commerce. Fair .
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Keywords: AMERICANA; BEVERLY CHEW; BAGGAGE ENTRY DECLARATION; PARTIALLY PRINTED DOCUMENT; BEVERLY CHEW; NEW ORLEANS; BUSINESSMAN; IMPORTING TRUNKS; AUTOGRAPH; HOLOGRAPH; SIGNED; SIGNATURE; SNOW EXPERIMENT; CHEW & RELF; PRIVATEERS; PIRATES; DANIEL WILLIAM COXE;

 
CIST, HENRY M
The Army of the Cumberland
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1882. 1882. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1882. 1882. Very good. - Octavo, dark blue cloth titled in gilt with a vertical vignette of Civil War weapons on the front cover. The spine is a bit faded with its head lightly chipped. The corners & the tail of the spine are lightly rubbed & there is a small, light stain to the front cover. 289 pages plus 4-page publisher's catalog. Illustrated with 7 black-and-white maps, 1 of them folding. There is a crease to the front edge of the folding map. Very good.

First edition.

From the library of Civil War veteran Louis Livingston with his signature and the date "1882" on the title page.

No. VII in the series "Campaigns of the Civil War'. Very good .

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Keywords: AMERICANA; CIVIL WAR; THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND; HENRY M. CIST; MORGAN'S RAIDS; FORREST'S RAIDS; KENTUCKY; BATTLE OF PERRYVILLE;MURFREESBORO; BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA; SIEGE OF CHATTANOOGA; CAMPAIGNS OF THE CIVIL WAR; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTUR

 
(CLAY, HENRY).
Captive African Slaves: Letter from the Secretary of State, in Reply to a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 2d Instant, in Relation to Certain African Captives, Seized in the Harbor of Pensacola. March 10, 1826. Read, and Laid Upon the Table.
Washington, D.C.: Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1826. 1826. - Octavo, 8-3/4 inches high by 5-1/2 inches wide. Printed self-wraps, removed in the distant past from a larger bound collection of pamphlets with minor chipping and stab marks along the left edge. 2 pages, each printed on one side of 2 leaves. There is a tiny spot of foxing to the cover page. Very good. First edition. "19th Congress, 1st Session: Ho. of Reps. State Dep't. [Doc. No. 126]". Henry Clay, who served as Secretary of State under John Quincy Adams, here reports that "all the information in the Department of State" regarding the disposition of the African Captives seized from the ships Merino, Constitution and Louisa "has been communicated to the House by the President of the United States". Pensacola, the capital of Spanish Florida was taken by General Andrew Jackson on May 24th, 1818. Jackson's invasion took place at the time of the First Seminole War and aimed to protect American settlements from Indian attacks. The captains of the three schooners, "Merino [Mariano]", "Constitution" and "Louisa", which were carrying a cargo of slaves from the Spanish colonies in Havana to Pensacola were unaware that Pensacola was now in U.S. hands. The ships and their cargo of 84 slaves were seized. A legal dispute ensued which dragged on for several years. Very good.
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Keywords: AMERICANA; SLAVERY; HENRY CLAY; CAPTIVE AMERICAN SLAVES: LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE, IN RELY TO A RESOLUTION OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, OF THE 2d INSTANT, IN RELATION TO CERTAIN AFRICAN CAPTIVES, SEIZED IN THE HARBOR OF PENSACOLA; CONGRESS;

 
(CLAY, HENRY). SKINNER, H. B
The Clay Memorial; or the Domestic and Public Life of Henry Clay, with an Account of His Last Sickness--Death, and Funeral Obsequies
Boston: n.p. 1852. 1852. Boston: n.p. 1852. 1852. Good. - 24mo, brown cloth (bumped & rubbed; small pieces out from head & tail of spine; cloth split along front joint); titled & decorated in gilt on spine with floral vignette in gilt within floral decorated frame stamped in blind on front cover; the same pattern stamped in blind on rear cover. 64pp. (owner's name & address discreetly penned on front endpaper). Illustrated with a portrait of Henry Clay. Good.

Scarce. Not in Sabin.

"In the preparation of this little work, the compiler has taken great pains to present the friends of Henry Clay with an accurate sketch of the prominent events of his public life, his last sickness, death and funeral obsequies, as a memorial of this great statesman, and to present it in so attractive a form that it will be sought for as an offering of friendship, and as an ornament to the parlor table.." -- From the author's Introduction. Good .

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