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By: Bernard, Sid
Publisher: New York:, Bernard Publications,: 1956.
Seller ID: 007393
From the Introduction: " This is not an ordinary guide book with just plain facts and figures. ...endeavored to show the outstanding features ...and take the reader behind the scenes a little, adding humorous and true stories about Sightseeing." Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Stapled pictorial wraps. 8 inches tall. 96 pages with index and map on rear endpage. View more info
Publisher: Philadelphia: , Sherman & Co., Printers,: 1870.
Edition: 2nd edition. [first 1867]
Seller ID: 009265
19th century travel guide penned by a manager of the Kittatinny House resort hotel, during it's heyday. It was under L.W. Brodhead's care that the resort expanded to accommodate 250 guests from the original 25. At the time of publishing, there were about a half dozen resort hotels to which the affluent from New York and Philadelphia could retreat for the season. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Corners rub... View more info
Publisher: New York:, Hastings House,: 1949.
Seller ID: 001338
Titles: New England, The Middle Atlantic States. The South, The Southwest. The Lake States, The Plains States. The Mountain States, The West Coast. Blue cloth, red spine bands with gilt titles. No flaws but minimal shelf handling. View more info
By: Anderson, Burton
Publisher: New York, Simon & Schuster: 1991
Seller ID: 009666
Profiles the wine regions of Italy, describing the landscape, soils, and products made, describes and evaluates the vineyards and their wines, offers travel information and detailed maps for the visitor, and more. Carefully handled, Text clean, Bindings firm. Dust Jacket with price is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve has light edgewear. View more info
By: Baedeker, Karl
Publisher: Leipaig, Germany:, Verlag Von Karl Baedeker,: 1899.
Seller ID: 008520
Founded in 1827, Baedeker guides gained popularity during the second half of the 19th century (so much so that Baedekering became part of everyday language). Complete. Maps and plans all good. Bindings firm, Light wear to wraps with a scuffs on spine and sun-fading to edge of front. Moderate age-toning. 16mo; lxiv, 539 pages. 25 maps, 35 plans. View more info
By: Baedeker, Karl
Publisher: Leipzig, Karl Baedeker Publisher: 1909
Edition: Second Edition.
Seller ID: 009468
Founded in 1827, Baedeker guides gained popularity during the second half of the 19th century (so much so that Baedekering became part of everyday language)They were an invaluable and essential part of civilized travel in the fin-de-siecle. Baedeker guides were known for both their accuracy and attention to detail. Included in each are intricate colored fold-out maps and floor plans. Baedekers comments and recommendations open a fascinating window into the mores o... View more info
Publisher: Sydney:, Halstead Press,: 1956.
Edition: First Edition – First Printing.
Seller ID: 006348
Map endpages. Previous owners stamp on endpages. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Dust Jacket in new clear protective Mylar sleeve. Light wear with minor wear at spine tips. Fully illustrated with b/w photographs, maps in color.8.5 inches tall. 217 pages with index. View more info
By: Compiled for TWA
Publisher: New York, C. S. Hammond and Company: 1956
Edition: Book club edition.
Seller ID: 009465
Book club edition. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Dust Jacket with price is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve has light handling wear. 8.5 inches ; 21.5cm tall. 384 pages with index and appendix of travel tips for most countries.Nicely illustrated with b/w photography; map endpages of world and US air-routes. View more info
By: Crouch, Andy
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA:, Running Press Book Publishers,: 2010.
Seller ID: 006424
Both a personal guide and companion to the exciting world of American craft beer, this unique book touches upon several subject areas, including not only beer, but food, travel, history, and the stories and personalities of those who brew America's best beers.No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. View more info
Publisher: USA:, National Park Service,: 1961.
Seller ID: 007795
Published by the Yosemite Naturalist Department and the Yosemite Natural History Association, this booklet contains a self-guided driving tour for Yosemite National Park.A fairly uncommon item. The author was appointed Park Naturalist of Yosemite National Park, January 9, 1947. Prior to this appointment he had been at the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona and in the Washington office of the Naturalist Division. He entered the Government Service in 1919. View more info
Publisher: London, J. Burrow and Comp: 1931
Edition: 1st Edition
Seller ID: 009983
First Edition, First Printing. . Issued by The Royal Automobile Club 12mo; 19 cm.;7.5 inches tall; 209 pages illustrations, maps 19 cm. Not particularly common with 22 copies in universities worldwide. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear with sun-fading on the spine. A well-planned and delivered travel guide book with easy to read maps of day-trips that would be possible with details of places of in... View more info
By: King, Moses
Publisher: New York:, [publisher not identified],: 1904.
Seller ID: 009005
14 captioned b/w photographs of Washington buildings. Produced and then imprinted with a business name and advertisement on rear cover. 'Compliments of Winterroth & Co. Pianos.' One of the King's Booklets Series. Light handing wear; Closed tear top edge . OCLC: 191065359 No copies listed. View more info
Publisher: Ogdensburg, NY:, North Country Life,: 1952.
Seller ID: 008135
A lovely stapled 40 page keepsake / travel brochure. No flaws but minimal even toning. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Centerfold drawn map. Provides information on history, attractions and amenities of the 1000 Islands region of Canada and Upstate New York. View more info
Publisher: New England, New England Council,: c1930
Seller ID: 005966
Undated, Circa 1930. Other New England Travel brochures had Eaton’s writing from 1930 and this is similar. No copies located in WorldCat/OCLC. Stapled blue heavy stock with black titles. 3-34 pages on gloss paper. Numerous b/w photographs. Light handling. Describes the vacation possibilities of New England. Includes 6 pages of contemporary booklets regarding vacationing in New England divided by state. View more info
Publisher: Manchester, N.H., Lew A. Cummings Co.,: [undated, 1921 mentioned in text]
Seller ID: 005965
Scenic Attractions. Fish and game Information. List of Hotels in the Association. Toning to all and more so to rear panel. Small loss center fold. Only one other copy located on WorldCat/OCLC.10.5 inches tall by 5.5 inches folded. 21.25 inches tall by 15.625 inches opened. 6 panels of information. View more info
Publisher: London:, Hutchinson,: n.d. [circa. 1900]
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
Seller ID: 005746
A delightful pre-World War I travel guide to Germany and Holland. Green Cloth Covered boards. Stamped gilt titles. Color scene of Danzig on front. Some minor rippling to the cloth. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear with small corner bump.Tissue-guarded frontispiece and Profusely illustrated [70+] by Hans Herrmann, Alfred Scherres, Karl O'Lynch von Town, Gertrude Wurmb, Charles Vetter and Otto F. Probst. View more info
Publisher: London:, Simpkin and Marshall,: 1824.
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
Seller ID: 005834
Collated and all called-for illustrations are present. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of the author, an engraved half title page and fifty plates offering views of historical sites and landmarks of the peninsula in southwestern England. Fold-out map of Cornwall.Bound in green leather, with raised bands, ornate gilt decorations and a gilt-lettered black leather label to the spine. Adorned with marbled edges and endpapers. External handling ... View more info
Publisher: London:, L. Upcott Gill,: [no date c1890]
Edition: Sixth Edition,
Seller ID: 008068
An interesting, informative and difficult to locate guidebook of the English coast resorts at the end of the 19th Century. From title page: Giving Full Particulars of Them and Their Attractions, and All Other Information Likely to Assist Persons In Selecting Places In Which To Spend Their Holidays According To Their Individual Tastes. Text is 324 pages followed by a 45 page 1889 – 90 Business Directory; 13 page book catalogue and several unnumbered... View more info
Publisher: St. Augustine, Florida:, The Record Company,: 
Edition: First Edition – First Printing.
Seller ID: 006796
A fabulous piece of Floridiana of which I could find no other copies. Interesting that the slogan “Where Dreams Come True” is used in 1939. This has now been adapted by Disney World. Each region of Florida is highlighted. Promotional tourist booklet on the state of Florida prepared for the 1939 World's Fair in New York City. Governor Fred P. Cone introduction. Tourism, History and Agriculture in book form produced for the 1939 World’s Fair in New Y... View more info
Publisher: Alexandria Bay, NY,, Heart Island Operating Company,: 1976.
Seller ID: 008136
Boldt Castle is a major landmark and tourist attraction in the Thousand Islands region of the U.S. state of New York. Open to guests seasonally between mid May and mid October. It is located on Heart Island in the Saint Lawrence River. Heart Island is part of the Town of Alexandria, in Jefferson County. Originally a private mansion built by an American millionaire, George Boldt, it is today maintained by the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority as a tourist attraction. View more info