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GOODWIN, MAUD WILDER
Sir Christopher
1901. GOODWIN, Maud Wilder. SIR CHRISTOPHER. A Romance of a Maryland Manor in 1644. Illustrated by Howard Pyle, and other artists. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1901. First edition. 8vo. green cloth, decorated in gilt; x + 411pp. + ads. Rubbing at spine ends, else near fine. Ill.: PYLE, Howard.
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Book number: 81447
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GUINEY, LOUISE IMOGEN
Patrins
1897. GUINEY, Louise Imogen. PATRINS. To Which is Added an Inquirendo Into the Wit & Other Good Parts of His Late Majesty King Charles the Second. Boston: Copeland and Day, 1897. First edition. 8vo. green cloth, stamped in gilt. Slight foxing to rear endpapers. Very good. .
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Book number: 81450
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HALE, SUSAN
Letters
1919. (HALE, Susan). LETTERS. Edited by Caroline P. Atkinson. Introduction by Edward E. Hale. Boston: Marshall Jones Company, 1919. This copy is very good. .
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Book number: 81428
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HALL, SHARLOT M.
Cactus and Pine
1911. HALL, Sharlot M. CACTUS AND PINE, SONGS OF THE SOUTHWEST. Boston: Sherman, French & Company, 1911. First edition of the author's first book. [xii], 204 pp. Octavo, publisher's green cloth binding, decorated in dark green with gilt lettering on upper board and spine, top edge trimmed and gilt, other edges untrimmed. Ink ownership stamp and a printed poem, "Spring" by Lalia Mitchell Thornton, (perhaps clipped from a periodical and) laid down to ffep. The binding is a bit faded and dulled on spine, with negligible wear at corners and both ends of spine, but still attractive. It is clean within and in very good condition overall. Sharlot Hall (American, 1870-1943), poet and writer, became the first woman in territorial Arizona to hold public office, in 1909, as Territorial Historian of Arizona. A collection of artifacts and documents she donated in 1927 is the nucleus of the museum of Arizona history that now bears her name, the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott. And in 1981 she became one of the first women elected to the Arizona Women's Hall of Fame. .
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Book number: 89101
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HELLMAN, LILLIAN
Maybe
1980. HELLMAN, Lillian. MAYBE. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, (1980). First edition. 8vo. brown cloth. Remainder mark to bottom edge. Near fine, in a slightly soiled and edgworn dust jacket, sunned at the spine. Ill.: FE.
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Book number: 55382
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HOOKER, EDWARD D.
Memoir of Mrs. Sarah Huntington Smith
1845. HOOKER, Edward D. MEMOIR OF MRS. SARAH HUNTINGTON SMITH, Late of the American Mission in Syria. Third Edition. New York: American Tract Society, (1845). 8vo. brown cloth, lettered and decorated in gilt. Bookplate. Rubbing and fading to cloth, wear to cloth at heel, crown, corners. Hinges cracked, foxed throughout, heavily at prelims. and latter leaves. Short edge-tear to frontis. About very good; a serviceable reading copy. .
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Book number: 60614
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HOWE, MAUD
Atalanta in the South
1886. HOWE, Maud. ATALANTA IN THE SOUTH. A Romance. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1886. First edition. 8vo, green cloth, spine in gilt; 345pp. + ads. Light wear at edges and spine, else very good. .
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Book number: 81449
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HOWE, JULIA WARD
Eleventh Hour in the Life of Julia Ward Howe
1911. (HOWE, Julia Ward). THE ELEVENTH HOUR IN THE LIFE OF JULIA WARD HOWE. By Maud Howe. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1911. First edition. 8vo, purple cloth backed, grey paper-covered boards. Slightly skewed, offsetting at pp. 1,4,5. With soiling at boards and paste-downs, this copy is good. .
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Book number: 81451
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 HOWE, ELIAS, Howe Exhibition Catalogue of Sewing Machines & Cases
HOWE, ELIAS
Howe Exhibition Catalogue of Sewing Machines & Cases
1876. [HOWE, Elias]. THE HOWE EXHIBITION CATALOGUE OF SEWING MACHINES & CASES. New York: Kronheim & Co. [n.d. ca. 1876]. 32 pp. 8vo. stapled green wrappers printed in five colors including gilt, minor wear to spine, light soil to rear cover. Light occasional foxing to margins within. B/w illustrations of various models of Howe sewing machines. Published for the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, 1876. Very good overall. .
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Book number: 84306
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HOWITT, MARY
Work and Wages
1843. HOWITT, Mary. WORK AND WAGES: or, Life in Service. A continuation of "Little Coin, Much Care." New York: D. Appleton & Co. Philadelphia: George S. Appleton. 1843. One of Appleton's "Tales for the People and their Children." First American edition. Engraved title-page and frontispiece. 178 pp. + 16 pp. publisher's catalogue. 12mo. dark purple cloth, decoration blocked in blind to boards, gilt-stamped decoration and title to spine. This is a fresh and lovely copy, having only a slight lean to spine, else fine. .
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Book number: 65552
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JACKSON, HELEN
Between Whiles
1887. JACKSON, Helen. BETWEEN WHILES. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1887. First edition. 8vo. green cloth boards stamped in black, gilt spine. One corner bumped and worn, spine lightly soiled, previous owners bookplate on back cover pastedown, otherwise tight, clean and fine. (Wright III, 2898). .
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Book number: 42736
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JAMESON, ANNA
Autograph Letter, Signed
18. JAMESON, Anna. AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED. Three pages written on a single sheet (approximately 8 3/4 x 7 in.) folded once at the center to form four pages, and further creased for mailing. Written at Wootton Park and dated September 26, though without a year (however, the paper is watermarked and dated 1848), the letter acknowledges her receipt of a letter and her promise of advice and assistance when she returns home. It is signed "Believe me most truly yours, Anna Jameson." The fourth page, a blank, has glue residue at the corners, where the paper is slightly discolored; otherwise, it is a clean and legible letter. Anna Brownell Jameson (Irish, 1794-1860) produced many highly respected works, particularly of art history and criticism, biography, history, travel, and Shakespeare criticism. .
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Book number: 76061
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JEWETT, SARAH O[RNE]
Deephaven
1877. JEWETT, Sarah O[rne]. DEEPHAVEN. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1877. First edition, second or third printing, one of 500 copies. 253 pp. 16mo. mauve cloth stamped in gilt and black. blue-black coated endpapers, red edges. Minor shelfwear to boards, moderate shelfwear to spine. Front and rear hinges cracked. With a preface by Miss Jewett; her first book. About very good. BAL 10871. .
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Book number: 83781
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JEWETT, SARAH ORNE
Life of Nancy
1895. JEWETT, Sarah Orne. THE LIFE OF NANCY. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1895. First edition. 8vo, green cloth, gilt. Minor sun to spine with small patches of shelfwear to spine and board perimeters. Crown is gently bumped. Quite clean and fresh within. Very good. [BAL 10906]. .
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Book number: 77623
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JEWETT, SARAH ORNE
Native of Winby
1893. JEWETT, Sarah Orne. A NATIVE OF WINBY And Other Tales. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1893. First edition. Binding design by Sarah Wyman Whitman. 12mo. green cloth, gilt title to spine and front board, small floral design to front board. Ink ownership to fly-leaf. Some specks of discoloration to middle of spine, else externally bright. Clean and crisp within. Very good plus. [BAL 10902]. Ill.: WHITMAN, Sarah Wyman.
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Book number: 77621
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