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Publisher: Philadelphia: , Sherman & Co., Printers,, 1870.
Edition: 2nd edition. [first 1867]
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
By: Lyell, Charles
Publisher: New York:, Wiley & Putnam,, 1856.
Edition: Later Edition. This one not found in OCLC.
An important early work on American geology and geography. "Interesting valuable, and scientific" - Sabin. ----- "Lyell's powers of close, accurate observation, coupled with his judicious temper, render his works on America among the best of his generation" - Clark. --------- “a critic of Darwin” (ODNB). While researching for his book, his trips into the field included Canada, Richmond, Norfolk, the Dismal Swamp, Charleston, Augusta, and west to Ci... View more info
By: Smith, Elmer L.
Publisher: Akron, Penna:, Applied Arts,, 1961
Edition: Third Printing.
Third Printing. Stapled pictorial wraps. Tight and clean. A bit of Age-toning. 28cm. 11 inches tall; 42 pages. A photojournal of the way of life of the Amish told via photo and text. View more info
Publisher: Alexandria, VA:, Cypress Communications,, 2000.
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
A history of the lighthouses with late-19th century photographs. No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal retail handling; Still Gift Quality. 4to; iv, 294 pages with index. 28cm, 11 inches tall. Illustrated. View more info
Publisher: New York, University of the State, 1923
First Edition Second Printing. 2 volumes. [complete] 4to; 264 color plates from photos, 35 black & white photos. Issued by the New York State Museum. Original green cloth. Minor wear; near fine. Small bump to upper corner Vol. 2. View more info
By: King, Moses
Publisher: New York:, [publisher not identified],, 1904.
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: 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: Syracuse, NY, Wm. Jubb Co.,, [c1910]
One continuous sheet folded accordion style to form  p. mounted between covers which form mailing envelope. 18 scenes with 2 more on outside overs. No flaws but minimal handling. Folder has place for postage. [No date circa 1910; OCLC] One copy located WorldCat/OCLC. View more info
Publisher: Rockport, MA:, Twin Lights Publishers, Inc., 2001.
No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. For more than 100 years, the Berkshire Hills have beckoned vistors to explore rolling back roads, scenic overlooks, expansive landscapes and indulgent mansions of a century past. Stretching 81 miles between Connecticut and Vermont, the Berkshires are home to a colorful collection of people and lifestyles. The region's cultural life is rich with music, art and theater throughout the year. The Berkshires: A Photographic Portrait... View more info
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: Washington, DC, National Society Daughters of American Revolution, 1986
Edition: 1st Edition
Third Printing; No Flaws or Blemishes; but for a minor closed tear on upper front edge of Dust Jacket. Dust Jacket with price is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve. Gift Quality. View more info
Publisher: New York:, Dodd Mead and Company,, 1941
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.<br>
From the dust jacket: "A treasure trove of Americana, of legends and history, of heroes and heroines, now largely forgotten."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 a hint of sun-fading on the spine. 281 pages with an index. View more info
Publisher: New York,, Crown,, 1992.<br>
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.<br>
This delightful book portrays the Delaware River from its outlet in New Jersey and Delaware to its source in New York. The author, an editor of Audubon magazine, acts at various times as ecologist, naturalist, and social commentator while chronicling the impact of the river on people's lives and the land. No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. First Edition, First Printing. Dust Jacket with price is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve. View more info
Publisher: New York:, A. Whitteman,, 1893
Silk String-Tided Souvenir Photo book. 15 prints on cardstock. Oblong 7.5 inches by 5 inches. Decorated cloth boards, some hand soiling to boards with a pen mark on front. Some toning to photos; otherwise clean. View more info