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Publisher: New York:, McGraw-Hill Book Company,, 1966.<br>
Edition: First Edition Second Printing <br>
A two-volume set carefully covering most wildflowers common to the northeastern United States. Includes both black and white and color photos and sketches to help identify plants. Ex-library. Moderate wear, top spine band of volume 2 is pulled. Text clean. View more info
Publisher: Watertown, New York:, Santway Photo-Craft CO.,, [1938 - 1945] (see below)<br>
Travel / Souvenir brochure of the Thousand lakes region of the St. Lawrence River of New York State and Canada. 16 pages of color photographs, Center is a color map of region. Gently handled no flaws but minor age toning to wraps. [No date, this was produced between 1938 and 1945.; Issuing date approximated from caption of photograph of the Thousand Islands International Bridge (opened August 1938) and from cars in photograph of Kingston, Ontario.] Three copies... View more info
Publisher: Mystic, CT, U.S.A., Mystic Seaport Museum, Incorporated, 1982
Edition: First Edition
No flaws to book. Minimal wear top spine dust jacket; Now in a protective Mylar sleeve.Picturesque T Wharf was long the home of Boston's fishing industry. Henry D. Fisher created a remarkable photographic record of the fishing fleet in Boston Harbor between 1908 and 1920, when Boston was America's largest fish market. This book's 117 photographs, accompanied by an equally vivid text, recreate the fishing vessels and markets of a vanished era. The North American ... View more info
By: [Author Unknown]
Publisher: USA, Maine Development Commission, Published pre-World War II; probably 1930’s.<br>
Travel brochure. As the piece is opened there are several relating views until full poster is reveled. Light handling wear. Hint of toning. One scuff on center seam. Published pre-World War II; probably 1930’s. NO copies located OCLC/WorldCat. Published by Maine Development Commission This title and variations have been used for many tourism related items. Date has been established only by that of similar materials in a collection. None that can be dated are af... View more info
By: Brooks, Van Wyck
Publisher: New York:, E. P. Dutton & CO.,, 1940.<br>
Writings on the New England literary and social scenes; contents include: Dr. Holmes's Boston; Cambridge After the Civil War; The Post-War Years; The Radical Club; The Younger Generation of 1870; Howells and James; Emily Dickinson; Boston in the Nineties. Tan cloth over spine with wine red decorations and gilt titles to a wine cloth covered boards. Bindings tight and square. Text clean with a hint of toning. Previous owner's bookplate on front free end page. ... View more info
By: Wilmerding, John
Publisher: New Jersey:, Princeton University Press,, 1995.<br>
No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. Lists 176 works which are all in some way connected with Mt. Desert Island. In a panoramic narrative John Wilmerding has brought together individual studies of the artists who painted Mount Desert Island off the Maine coast in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The figures most central to this chronology are the pioneers, Thomas Doughty, Alvan Fisher, and Thomas Cole, who generalized and romanticized nature i... View more info
By: Forbes, Esther
Publisher: Boston:, Houghton Mifflin Company,, 1947
Edition: First Edition.
Green cloth boards with black titles. 9.75 inches tall, 122 pages with index. Color and b/w photography and text. Map endpages. Bindings square and tight. Light shelf handling. Dust jacket some toning apparent on inside. Minor edge wear. Small loss lower spine. Now in new clear Mylar sleeve. View more info
Publisher: Boston and New York:, Houghton, Mifflin and Company,,, 1908.<br>
Edition: First Edition, Third Printing.
The author's memoir of her first year of yacht travel and life aboard the Mary Ellen Mary Heaton Vorse O'Brien (1874–1966) was an American journalist, labor activist, and novelist. Vorse was outspoken and active in peace and social justice causes, such as women's suffrage, civil rights, pacifism (specifically including opposition to World War I), socialism, child labor, infant mortality, labor disputes, and affordable housing. Vorse is sometimes remembered ane... View more info
Publisher: New York:, Farrar & Rinehart,, 1941.
Edition: Second large edition.
Blue cloth boards. Decorated endpages, top edge stained blue. Bindings square and tight. Clean text. Minor toning. Minimal shelf wear. Dust jacket with price of $2.50 has wear, slight loss, top/bottom spine. Rear pane/spine toned. In a new clear protective Mylar sleeve. View more info
Publisher: New York:, Alfred A. Knopf,, 1965.<br>
Edition: First Edition - First Printing.<br>
"This is a nature book whose setting is the rivers, lakes, and rocky shores of the state of Maine-it is a wilderness book, a canoe-and-portage travel boom, a fresh-and salt-water book of backwoods lore and yarns, with the Allagash, Penobscot, Moosehead, Kennebec, Sagadahoc, and Scarborough as only a part of the backdrop." From the dust jacket. Book is without flaw but for name on front free endpage. Dust jacket with price has light shelf handling. Minor sunning to spi... View more info
By: Forbes, Allan
Publisher: New York:, Tudor Publishing Company,, 1936.<br>
Edition: First Edition, Thus.<br>
Two volumes printed as one in a presentation box. Profusely illustrated throughout with reproductions from old prints.No flaw to book to note. Has a gift inscription. Clean and tight. Box has light Handling wear to corners.Connecting links between cities and towns of New England and those of the same name in England Ireland and Scotland. Containing narratives, descriptions and many views some done from old prints. Also much information pertaining to the founders an... View more info
Publisher: Ogdensburg, NY:, North Country Life,, 1952.
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: Oregon:, Beautiful Amer Pub Co.,, 1990.
With more than 180 beautifully reproduced color photographs and additional drawings this is a comprehensive survey the East Coast mansions. Carefully handled, Text clean, Bindings firm. No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal shelf handling with some age-toning in gutter of front endpages. Oblong: 9.75 by 11 inches; vii, 247 pages with bibliography; index to architects, and index to houses. color illustrated. View more info
Publisher: Boston:, Lee and Shepard,, 1903.
Edition: First Edition, First Printing. Author’s Edition.
Chronicling the author's many experiences as a river driver; sporting camp builder and owner; hunter and fisherman and steam boat captain in the Rangeley, Maine area. Contains some "Old-time Lumberjacking Songs". Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Some hand-soiling. 8vo; 230 pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations ; 19 cm, 7.5 inches. REF: OCLC: 25456349; Annual American Catalog, 1900-19... View more info
By: [not accredited]
Publisher: Boston, The Banks and Trust Companies of Boston., 1937
Prepared for the 63rd Annual Convention American Bankers Association. 7.5 inches tall, 106 pages with extensive index. Map endpages. Illustrated with photos and drawings. No flaws to note. Tight and clean. View more info