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141 Cuellar, Carol >> 80 Years of Popular Music, the Forties : Piano, Vocal, Chords
Van Nuys, Calif: Alfred Publishing; 1999 0769267238 / 9780769267234 Softcover Near Fine 
148 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Tall softcover, 148 pages, introduction giving significant events of the 1940s, 57 classic hit songs of the 1940s, with lyrics, tunes, guitar chords and full piano accompaniments. Most also have chord diagrams. Many have the additional verses or the introductory sections not found in other songbooks. ; No defects. Appears unused. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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142 Cuellar, Carol >> 80 Years of Popular Music, the Thirties : Piano, Vocal, Chords
Van Nuys, Calif: Alfred Publishing; 1999 076926722X / 9780769267227 Softcover Near Fine 
148 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Tall softcover, 148 pages, introduction giving significant events of the 1930s, 48 classic hit songs of the 1930s, with lyrics, tunes, guitar chords and full piano accompaniments. Some also have chord diagrams for guitar or ukulele. Many have the additional verses or the introductory sections not found in other songbooks. ; No defects. Appears unused. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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143 Cuellar, Carol >> 80 Years of Popular Music, the Twenties : Piano, Vocal, Chords
Miami, Fla: Warner Brothers Publications; 1999 0769267211 / 9780769267210 Softcover Near Fine 
152 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Tall softcover, 152 pages, introduction giving significant events of the 1920s, 52 classic hit songs of the 1920s, with lyrics, tunes, guitar chords and full piano accompaniments. Some also have chord diagrams. Many have the additional verses or the introductory sections not found in other songbooks. Two are famous jazz instrumentals with no lyrics. ; No defects. Appears unused. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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144 Cumming, Robert Denoon >> Human Nature and History, Complete in 2 Volumes : A Study in the Development of Liberal Political Thought
Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 1969 First Edition Hardcover Fine in Fine dust jacket 
825 pages; 8vo (9.25") 23 cm; Set of 2 hardcover volumes, blue cloth, top edges blue, 825 pages. ; Isbn 0226123642. Authored by longtime professor of philosophy and 20th-century phenomenology, Columbia University, New York. ; We have graded this set Fine. No defects to books or jackets. Still in original shrinkwrap. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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145 Cunningham, Sis >> Ain't it Time We Got Mad ! : Songs by Sis Cunningham
N. Y. : Sis Cunningham Friesen; 1992 Softcover Near Fine Illustrated by A. F. Martin 
24 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Tall softcover, fold-and-staple binding, 24 pages, several sidebars, b/w drawings throughout, 16 hard-hitting original protest songs with tunes, lyrics, guitar chords. ; Introduction by Sharleen Leahey. Illustrated by Aggie Friesen Martin and others. Songs by one of the great American protest song writers of the 20th century, Sis Cunningham Friesen, part of the wife-and-husband team who founded Broadside Magazine. ; Songs include: Ain't it time we got mad! Ballad of the F-15s. Cry of the people. Inner city lament. Is it affordable? Murphy Brown. My cow she was almost arrested. More. ; Errata slip bound in, as issued. Small pale area of discoloration to heel. No other defects. Quite scarce. 
Price: 32.00 USD
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146 Curtis, William Eleroy >> Relics of Columbus, the : An Illustrated Description of the Historical Collection in the Monastery of La Rabida, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Washington, D. C. : William H. Lowdermilk Company; 1893 Softcover Good+ 
224 pages; 8vo (8.5") 22 cm; Orange softcover, 224 pages, footnotes, 1067 items listed and described, 107 b/w photos and illustrations with captions. ; Items include: portraits, maps, landscapes of places Columbus visited, relics of the conquest of the New World, original papers and documents relating to Columbus (many given here, in English translation, complete) and more. ; PLEASE NOTE: This is an actual book from 1893, not a flimsy overpriced book-on-demand reprint. ; Written by William Eleroy Curtis, director of Bureau of American Republics and Chief of Latin-American Bureau, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893. These relics were displayed at the Exposition in a replica (designed and constructed by Henry D. Ives) of the original Monastery of La Rabida in Spain. ; Pages are yellowed from age, as usual. Small chips to edges of covers, not affecting any text. Several pages have small pencil Xs on them, which we assume were made by one who carried this book through the exhibit in 1893, and we have not erased these marks. Binding tight. Scarce. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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147 Custer, George Armstrong (Gen) >> My Life on the Plains : Or, Personal Experiences with Indians
N. Y. : Sheldon & Company; 1876 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket Illustrated by A. Roberts 
256 pages; 8vo (9.25") 23 cm; Hardcover, pale umber-brown cloth, black decor, gilt lettering and gilt buffalo head on front, 256 pages, footnotes, table of outrages committed by Indians in 1868; 8 full-page b/w plates with captions. ; Copyright 1874. This printing 1876. ; Plates, engraved by A. Roberts, and others, depict: 1) frontispiece portrait of Custer, 2) portrait of Kiowa chief Satanta, 3) Attack on the Wagon Train, 4) the Kidder Murder, 5) Battle of the Washita, 6) Kiowa chief Lone Wolf, 7) Arapaho chief Yellow Bear, 8) Arapaho chief Little Raven. ; Cloth shows light wear at extremities. Small spot to upper front board. Two facing pages are partially tanned from old clipping. Light foxing here and there. Small bookplate in Braille on front endpaper. No other marks or defects. Binding tight. Extremely rare in any condition. ; Please note: image shows striped (moire) pattern, this is a scanner artifact, book is not striped. 
Price: 825.00 USD
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148 Daboll, Sherman B. (Judge) and Dean W. Kelley >> Past and Present of Clinton County, Michigan : Together with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Prominent and Leading Citizens and Illustrious Dead, Illustrated
Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company; 1906 First Edition Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
575 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Tall hardcover, quite heavy, full original black leather, gilt lettering on spine, green-gilt patterned endpapers, all edges gilt, 575 glossy pages, index, 80 full-page b/w photos and 5 beautiful full-page steel-engraved portraits with tissue guards. ; Biographical section, pages 1-439. Historical section, pages 440-572. ; (This is a real book from 1906, not a computer-generated reprint. Don't be fooled: those cheap reprints have the worst portraits and illustrations you have ever seen) ; Leather shows moderate wear at tips, partly split along joints, but binding is holding together. Gift note in pencil on front blank page, dated 1953, referencing ancestor whose bio is on page 33-34, and one date has been corrected in pencil on pg 34. No other marks. Textblock intact, binding tight. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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149 Dana, C. W. >> Great West, The, Or, the Garden of the World : Its History, its Wealth, its Natural Advantages, and its Future, Also Comprising a Complete Guide to Emigrants, with a Full Description of the Different Routes Westward . . .
Boston: Thayer & Eldridge; 1861 Second Printing Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
396 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; This is not a flimsy recent reprint but an actual book from 1861. ; Hardcover, dark green blindstamped cloth, gilt spine title, pale yellow endpapers, a few small b/w engravings, several lists of data on river and railroad travel. For each western state (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Minnesota, Texas, California, etc) gives rivers, railroads, climate, soil, government, education, religious data, etc. ; Copyright 1856 by Wentworth and Co. This is 2nd printing, 1861. ; Full subtitle: 'Its History, its Wealth, its Natural Advantages, and its Future, Also Comprising a Complete Guide to Emigrants, with a Full Description of the Different Routes Westward, with Statistics and Facts from Hon. Thomas H. Benton, Gen. Sam Houston, and Col. John C. Fremont'. ; Moderate exterior wear, mainly along bottom edge. Gilt is sharp and readable. Name of school district penned on front endpaper in fountain pen. Light foxing here and there throughout. Front flyleaf missing, rear free endpaper missing. Pages 207-214 (Kansas) are missing but text is complete: missing pages have been photocopied from another source, trimmed and laid in. Binding tight. 
Price: 42.00 USD
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150 Daniels, Cora Linn >> As It Is To Be : Scientific Spiritualism and Heavenly Powers
Franklin, Mass: Cora Linn Daniels; 1892 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket Illustrated by Hammatt Billings 
258 pages; 16mo (6") 15 cm; Small hardcover, 6 inches tall, pale gray-green cloth, gilt lettering and decor, pale yellow endpapers, 258 pages, b/w frontispiece portrait photo of author on glossy plate, sidenotes, 9 b/w illustrations by Hammatt Billings, Mark Forrest and others, 258 pages plus plus ad for author's other book, the novel Sardis. ; This is a real book from 1892, not a flimsy softbound reprint. Published by author, 1892. No additional printings. ; Amazing narrative of Spiritualist thoughts and beliefs. Topics include: Voices of spirits. Spiritual consciousness. Pure light. Location of heaven. Human sorrow vain. Senses of spirits. Our condition after death. There is no everlasting punishment. Realm of divine holiness. Much more. ; Gift note penciled on front endpaper dated 1892. No other marks. Only minor shelfwear. Quite scarce in any condition. (Please ignore the moire pattern on the scan; it is not on the item itself) 
Price: 35.00 USD
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151 Davis, Richard Harding >> King's Jackal, The
N. Y. : Charles Scribner's Sons; 1898 First Edition Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket Illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson 
175 pages; 12mo (7.5") 19 cm; Original full tan cloth, lettering and decor in dark green, title and author in gilt on front, beautiful laid paper throughout, 4 b/w illustrations on glossy plates, including frontispiece; 8-pg publisher catalog in rear. ; True first. Literary novel from one of the most popular writers of 19th century America. Illustrated by the famous Charles Dana Gibson, creator of the 'Gibson Girl'. ; Cloth is lightly foxed all over. Spine tanned but quite readable. No other defects. Interior clean, binding tight. 
Price: 36.00 USD
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152 Day, John W. >> Galaxy of Progressive Poems, a : New Years Offering, 1890
Boston: Colby & Rich, Publishers; 1890 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
72 pages; 12mo (7") 18 cm; Hardcover, dark brown cloth over beveled boards, gilt lettering and decor on front, pale monochrome floral endpapers, 72 pages, brief biography of author, 72 heavy stiff pages, endnotes, 20 original poems with rhyme and meter. ; Penned by famous editor of Spiritualist paper 'Banner of Light' and outspoken Universalist and Spiritualist. Poems include: Guardian Angel. A Woman of Hungary. The Emigrants. The Chariot of Fire. The Millennial Sun. Lady Franklin. Autophonia. Much more. ; Light shelfwear only. Cloth on spine is a bit faded, but unlettered. No marks. Binding tight. 
Price: 13.00 USD
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153 de Angeli, Marguerite >> Marguerite de Angeli's Book of Nursery and Mother Goose Rhymes : 376 Rhymes with More than 260 Illustrations
Garden City, N. Y. : Doubleday & Company; 1954 Fourteenth Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
192 pages; Folio (12.5") 32 cm; Tall hardcover, color illustrated boards, [iv] + 192 pages, index, 376 rhymes, over 260 illustrations, including several in full color. ; Copyright 1954. This is 14th printing. One of the most popular books of its kind published in the 20th century. ; Heel and crown worn, tips lightly bumped. No other defects. No marks, binding tight. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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154 De Forest, John W. >> History of the Indians of Connecticut : From the Earliest Known Period to 1850, Published with the Sanction of the Connecticut Historical Society, 1851
Hartford, Conn: William James Hamersley; 1851 Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
509 pages; 8vo (8.5") 22 cm; This is an actual hardcover book from 1851, not a flimsy overpriced computer-generated reprint. ; Full original dark brown cloth, gilt spine lettering, [xxvi] + 509 pages, several b/w illustrations reproduced from engravings, index, footnotes, 6 appendixes including short vocabulary table in English, Massachusetts, Narragansett, Mohican, Pequot, Naugatuck. ; (Please note: Image shows one clipping + spine and front of book) Copyright 1850. Title page 1851. ; Manuscript approved by J. L. Kingsley, Leonard Bacon, E. C. Herrick on behalf of Connecticut Historical Society, 1850. Much on Uncas and other tribal chiefs and their political alliances. ; Boards quite worn. Owner name (Mary Geary) penned on rear flyleaf and rear endpaper. A few light pencil marks in margins. Pages, which are of cotton fiber, are bright for the most part, with a little foxing here and there, but three signatures are tanned from age. Cloth split along both joints, hinges have some play but binding is holding together. Quite scarce. ; Items laid in: two old clippings dated 1889 regarding Guilford and Madison, Connecticut, celebrating 250th anniversary of settlement. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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155 De Sola Pinto, Geoffrey >> Jamaican Houses : A Vanishing Legacy
Kingston, Jamaica: Anghelen Arrington Phillips; 1982 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket Illustrated by Anghelen Arrington Phillips 
80 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Oblong hardcover, black boards, black endpapers, 80 unnumbered pages, small map, 40 beautiful examples of top-quailty Jamaican houses shown in fine b/w line illustrations, with detailed text. ; 1st edition stated, 1982. Foreword by John Hearne. Includes upper-class houses, middle-class houses, historic plantation houses, lodging houses, and a few stores and commerical buildings. ; No defects to book, jacket shows minor edgewear only. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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156 Deans, Agnes, and Anne Austin >> History of the Farrand Training School for Nurses, The
Detroit: Farrand Training School for Nurses; 1936 First Edition Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
236 pages; 8vo (8.25") 21 cm; Hardcover, blue cloth, gold lettering, 236 pages, b/w endpaper illustration of school, index, footnotes, bibliography, 20 appendixes including chronology and lists of graduates who served in Spanish-American War and WW1, 42 b/w photos with captions. ; Published under auspices Alumnae Association. Written by Agnes G. Deans, Anne L. Austin, and committee. Committee chair Alice H. Walker. Foreword by Annie W. Goodrich. Additional material by Lystra E. Gretter and Frances B. Latimer. Photos by Nancy E. Haight, Sophia L. Rutley and others. ; Founded in Detroit in 1883 as adjunct to Harper Hospital, Farrand (named for Detroit surgeon David Osborn Farrand) was among first schools established for training nurses in US. ; Very light exterior wear. On front endpaper in fountain pen: 'Sept. 10, 1951 To Veronica Bancher on this extra special day. Good Luck, Virginia Raymus, Your Big Sister.' No other marks. Main defect is slight waviness to upper edges of textblock. All pages turn, everything is readable. Binding tight. Extremely scarce in any condition. ; Item laid in: very small card printed with blanks for patient's name, drug, dose, etc, with code indicating 1972. 
Price: 155.00 USD
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157 Deems, Charles F. >> What Now ? : Young Ladies Leaving School (1e, 1st Edition, 1852)
N. Y. : M. W. Dodd; 1852 First Edition Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
130 pages; 16mo (6") 15 cm; Small format (4 x 6 inches) 103 x 154 mm, blue textured cloth, 130 pages, gilt spine lettering and decor, blindstamped boards, pale yellow endpapers, appendix. ; Same date. Authored by president, Greensboro Female College, Greensboro, North Carolina, and dedicated to the seven pupils who made up the graduating class of 1852 (Lucy E. Biggs, Fannie M. Bishop, Catherine S. Blake, Mary E. Clement, Susan E. Salterfield, Annie J. Slade, Nannie T. Speed). Now co-ed, known as Greensboro College, affiliated with United Methodists. ; Cloth chipped at extremities. Front endpaper has name and ownership statement in fountain pen dated 1924. Also on front endpaper are two small areas of discoloration, possibly from removed bookplate. Light foxing here and there. Binding tight. Quite scarce. 
Price: 23.00 USD
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158 Defoe, Daniel (De Foe) >> Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe : With a Memoir of the Author and an Essay on His Writings, 1880
N. Y. : Albert Cogswell, Publisher; 1880 Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket 
472 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Hardcover, green cloth, gilt lettering and black decor, 472 pages, dark olive green endpapers, 6 b/w illustrations including frontispiece. ; Attractively bound reprint of famous novel originally published in 1719. This edition 1880. ; This is NOT a cheap print-on-demand flimsy but an actual book from 1880.; Exterior shows moderate wear, mainly to ends of spine. Owner name and March 16th 1881 penciled on front flyleaf, same name penned on 2nd flyleaf with small clipping about this book affixed to same, same person's antique business card affixed to reverse of title page. Red page-marker ribbon present but quite fragile and nearly detatched. Pages yellowed from age but not brittle. Binding tight. Overall quite attractive antique edition of this classic groundbreaking work of literature. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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159 Dement, R. S. (Richmond Sheffield) >> Ingersoll, Beecher, and Dogma : Or, a Few Simple Truths and Their Logical Deductions, in Which the Positions of Mr. S Ingersoll and Mir. Beecher Are Considered in Two Lectures Entitled Mephisto-Minotaurus and the Absolute Necessities
Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Company; 1878 First Edition Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
155 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Small hardcover, original reddish-brown cloth, black decor, gilt lettering, dark brown endpapers, 155 + 4 pages. ; Author describes the thoughts of Robert Ingersoll, famed agnostic lecturer, as infidel philosophy and compares them to a kaleidoscope of pretty little bits and pieces, and declares that the thoughts of Henry Ward Beecher, famed Congregationalist pastor, are like a pillar of fire by night. ; Complete title and subtitle: 'Ingersoll, Beecher, and Dogma : Or, a Few Simple Truths and Their Logical Deductions, in Which the Positions of Mr. Ingersoll and Mr. Beecher are Considered in Two Lectures Entitled Mephisto-Minotaurus and the Absolute Necessities.' ; Cloth shows light wear at extremities. Spine is sunned but quite readable. Pages yellowed from age but not brittle. No marks. Binding tight. Scarce. 
Price: 32.00 USD
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160 Demetriou, Demetrios, and Ward Kay >> Spectrum 1980
Livonia, Mich: Stevenson High School; 1980 Softcover Very Good+ Illustrated by Dan Mezner 
54 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Tall blue softcover, 54 pages, b/w photos and drawings throughout. ; Drawings by Dan Mezner and John Foss. Photos by John Foss and Ron Lieberman. Anthology of over 60 excellent short stories, essays, poems by various students, Stevenson High School, Livonia, Michigan. ; Minor wear only. Laid in: note from parent (mother of John Foss) explaining which photos and drawings were his. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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