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The Byron Gallery A Series of Historical Embellishments to Illustrate the Poetical Works of Lord Byron

By: N/A

Price: $150.00

Publisher: London, Smith, Elder and Co.: 1833

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 019063

Condition: Near Fine


Beautiful contemporary full black Moroccan leather with much gilt decorations. Edges gilt. A beautiful book. 31 plates plus engraved title, complete. All tissue guards present. Some foxing. 6 x 9 inches. Unpaginated. View more info

The Ordeal of William Morris- Keepsake

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: San Fernando, Ca, Nut Quad Press: 1996

Seller ID: 017756

Condition: Very Good


Original white wrapper with black lettering and a black design on the front cover. 6 1/2 X 9 1/2 inches. 11 pages. Printed on heavy paper. From the colophon, "Presented as a keepsake to the attending members of The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles at their Joint Meeting held in San Francisco, California, October 26-27, 1996. Letterpress printed in an edition of 150 copies on Somerset Mouldmake paper using Golden type designed by Wi... View more info

Transactions of the Fifty-Sixth Annual Reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association for 1928 Containing the Annual Address by Mrs. Eva Emery Dye, Author of "Mc-Loughlin and Old Oregon," "McDonald of Oregon" and "The Conquest," and "Early Recollections of Pioneer Life," by Mrs. Inez Eugenia Adams Parker, a Pioneer of 1848, and Life Sketch of Mrs. Angell.

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Portsmouth, New Hampshire, F. W. Baltes and Company Printers: 1933

Seller ID: 017731

Condition: Very Good


Original light blue wrapper with black lettering on front cover. 6 X 9 inches. 64 pages. Articles in copy are Pioneer Necrology for June 1, 1927 to May 31, 1928, a poem titled "The Linchpin wagon and its bucket of tar" by Carson C. Masiker, 1853 , tune-"Wait for the Wagon," Annual Address by Mrs. Eva Emery Dye, "Early recollections of Oregon Pioneer life" by Mrs. Inez Eugenia Adams Parker, an obituary for David Watson Craig, who was a second cousi... View more info

The New San Francisco Magazine: Volume 1, Number 1, Salamander Number, May 1906

By: N/A

Price: $50.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Peninsular Publishing Company: 1906

Seller ID: 019230

Condition: Very Good


Original publisher's white wrapper with green and brown illustration on front cover. Illustration shows the city of San Francisco in flames by the bay. Special first issue and May Souvenir Number of The New San Francisco Magazine. 9 1/4" x 12." Forty-seven pages, complete. Black and white maps, photographs, and illustrations, complete. Advertisements in the front and back. Some chipping on covers and spine but is lightly worn and clean overall. This speci... View more info

The Liberty Boys Of "76": No. 700

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1914

Seller ID: 018250

Condition: Collectible-Fine


No. 700, May 29, 1914. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustrations on front cover. 8 X 11 inches. Chipping and some uncut pages. Very fragile. Protected in plastic sleeve. Contents in this issue, "The Liberty Boys' Daring or Not Afraid Of Anything" by Harry Moore, "Neck and Neck ot A Great Race For A Buried Fortune" by Ralph Morton, "North River Tom or The Dock Rat Police Spy" by Captain George W. Granville and several short news articles an... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76": No. 867

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1917

Seller ID: 018077

Condition: Collectible-Fine


No. 867. August 10, 1917. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustrations on front. 8 X 11 inches. Chipping and some uncut pages. Protected in plastic sleeve. Contents of this issue, "The Liberty Boys Banished or Sent Away by General Howe" by Harry Moore, "Help Your Country", " A Boy in a Thousand or Fighting Against Big Odds" by Ralph Morton and several short news articles and various advertisements. View more info

The Romantic '49ers. How To Wash Gravel or Earth to Produce Gold, Complete, Reliable Instructions

By: N/A

Price: $37.50

Publisher: Los Angeles, Ca, John C. Shay: 1933

Seller ID: 017745

Condition: Very Good


Original yellow wrapper with black lettering and a black illustration of a gold pan, pick axe, shovel and revolver on the front cover. 5 1/2 X 8 3/4 inches. 6 pages. This copy contains 2 articles. The first is titled, The gold pan and sluice-box. The second is "Jack's gold rush" (a true story of how a boy of fourteen created a gold rush in the early days of California). Pages are clean and complete. Binging is good. View more info

Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. XXVI, July 1935, No. 11.

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Augusta, ME, Needlecraft Publishing Company: 1935

Seller ID: 019803

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Original publisher's multicolored wrapper with an illustration showing an embroidered scene by Georgiana Brown Harbeson of a man and woman tending to a colorful garden with plants and trees. 10 1/4" x 13 1/4." Twenty-six pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Inside of front cover has a black and white advertisement for Listerine. On inside of back cover is a multicolored advertisement for a "... View more info

Manuscripts, Typed and Handwritten by Clark Wing

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Seller ID: 017602

Condition: Collectible-Fine


Clark Wing. 4 manuscript documents. Circa 1930's. California. Two documents are signed by Wing. 6 pages. Clark Wing was a California writer. From 1936-1940, he worked as a WPA editor, editing the California Historic Landmark Series. During this same time, he also wrote articles on State Parks and historic places. He was a friend of the writer Harold Speakman. This collection consists of 4 documents:. 1) "Make the Birdie Sing". 1 page, handwritten and signed by Wi... View more info

Sutter County and the First National Bank of Yuba City, 1873-1926

By: N/A

Price: $37.50

Publisher: 0

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 019380

Condition: Near Fine


Original publisher's gray wrapper. No date, circa 1926. 6 1/2" x 10." Fourteen pages, complete. Red and white illustrations, complete. Beautiful book with gray sewn binding. Pages are very clean and printed on Old Stratford paper. Former ownership inscription on a front flyleaf by collector A. T. Leonard dated 1926. This book is a brief history of the Farmers Cooperative Union of Sutter County and how it eventually formed into two banks, The First Nationa... View more info

Transactions of the Forty-Second Annual Reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association Portland, June 25, 1914 Containing the Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Grand Encampment of Indian War Veterans of the North Pacific Coast and Other Matters of Historic Interest.

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Portland Oregon, Chausse-Prudhomme Co. Printers: 1917

Seller ID: 017725

Condition: Very Good


Original light orange wrapper with black lettering on front cover. 5 3/4 X 8 1/4 inches. Pages 97-198. Black and white photograph of Francis Xavier Matthieu, who was the first president of the Oregon Pioneer Association. Part of copy contains information on pioneers in attendance which includes names, places of birth and date and when they made the journey to Oregon. Another section contains a list of deaths among Pioneers from June 1, 1913 to May 31, 1914, this informat... View more info

Transactions of the Thirty-Third Annual Reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association June 15, 1905 Containing the Annual Address by Henry H. Gilfry 1852, of Salem and Other Matters of Historic Interest.

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Portland Oregon, Peaslee Bros. Company, Printers: 1906

Seller ID: 017720

Condition: Very Good


Original light green wrapper with black lettering on front cover. 5 3/4 X 8 1/2 inches. Pages 361-512. First part of copy contains information on pioneers in attendance which includes names, and when they made the journey to Oregon. Also has a list of Pioneers who have died. Articles include, "Diary of E. W. Conyers, a pioneer of 1852, now of Clatskanie, Oregon. Tells of the hardships, daily life and at times, humors accounts of the trail. Staples that bind this copy... View more info

Transactions of the Thirty-Second Annual Reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association for 1904 Containing the Annual Address by Charles B. Moores, 1852, of Salem and Other Matters of Historic Interest.

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Portland Oregon, Peaslee Bros. Company, Printers: 1905

Seller ID: 017719

Condition: Very Good


Original light blue wrapper with black lettering on front cover. 5 3/4 X 8 1/2 inches. Pages 222-358. First part of copy contains information on pioneers in attendance which includes names, places of birth and date and when they made the journey to Oregon. Articles include, "Crossing the plains in 1852" This article is a diary of Mrs. Cecelia Emily McMillen Adams, born Lodi, N.Y. 1829 and started her Oregon journey in 1851. Mrs. Adams was very observant and an ex... View more info

The Brown Book of Boston. Vol. IV, February 1902, No. 4.

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Boston, MA, The Bernard-Richards Company, Limited: 1902

Seller ID: 019912

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Original publisher's white wrapper with a multicolored illustration of a woman in a red cloak with a hand muff. 11 1/4" x 14 1/2." Thirty-two pages (Pages 107-138), complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Pages are very clean and intact overall. Small tear in the upper margin of the first page and slight dampstaining in upper-right and lower-right corner of front page. Tear on side of Pages 109-110, whi... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76": No. 964

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1919

Seller ID: 018089

Condition: Collectible-Fine


No. 964. June 20, 1919. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustrations on front cover. 8 X 11 inches. Chipping and uncut pages. Protected in plastic sleeve. Protected in plastic sleeve. Contents of this issue, "The Liberty Boys in Winter Quarters; or, Skirmishing in the Snow. "The Boys Salesman or Out for Business on the Road" by Ralph Morton and several short news articles and various advertisements. Top corner is clipped. Text is not affected. View more info

101 Economies for the Motorist: with a Special Tractor Section of Interest to the Farmer

By: N/A

Price: $17.50

Publisher: New York, Tide Water Oil Sales Corporation: 1924

Seller ID: 019426

Condition: Very Good


Original publisher's black, white, and orange wrapper. 5 1/8" x 7 1/4." Ninety-three pages, complete. Pages are clean. Binding is tight. This book has 101 "economies" or tips for vehicle maintenance and repair. View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76": No. 1008

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1920

Seller ID: 018076

Condition: Collectible-Fine


No. 1008. April 23, 1920. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. 8 X 11 inches. Chipping and some uncut pages. Protected in plastic sleeve. Contents of this issue: The Liberty Boys on Kettle Green of Routing Boyd's Bandits by Harry Moore, A.D.T. No. 33 or The Boss of the Messenger Boys by Ralph Morton and several short news articles and various advertisements. View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76": No 939

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1918

Seller ID: 018075

Condition: Collectible-Fine


No. 939 - December 27, 1918. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. 8 X 11 inches. Some chipping and uncut pages. Protected in plastic sleeve. Contents in this issue, "The Liberty Boys Fighting Ferguson or Leagues With Strange Allies, "Help our country, Assignment 99 or The Startling Adventures of A Boy Reporter" by Ralph Morton, Also includes short news articles and various advertisements. View more info

Transactions of the Twenty-Eight Annual Reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association for 1900 Containing the Annual Address by J. C. Moreland, Esq., 1852 of Portland, and the Occasional Address by Cyrus H. Walker, Albany, Native Son of 1838 and Other Matters of Historic Interest.

By: N/A

Price: $37.50

Publisher: Portland Oregon, Himes and Pratt, Printers and Publishers: 1901

Seller ID: 017718

Condition: Very Good


Original light orange wrapper with black lettering on front cover. 5 1/2 X 8 3/4 inches. 82 pages. Articles include, "Address at public reception of Native Sons, at the Marquam Grand Opera House, June 13, 1900" by Governor T. T. Geer, "Pioneer women of Clatsop County" by Mrs. Owens-Adair, M.D., this article is in 2 parts, 1 written by Mrs. Mary Ann Dickinson Adair, 1849 and Mrs. Sarah Damron Adair, pioneer of 1843 (prepared by her daughter, Dr. Owens-Adai... View more info

The Liberty Boys Of "76": No. 898

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1918

Seller ID: 018252

Condition: Collectible-Fine


No. 898, March 15, 1918. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustrations on front cover. 8 X 11 inches. Chipping and some uncut pages. Very fragile. Protected in plastic sleeve. Contents in this issue, "The Liberty Boys' Bold Dash" or The Skirmish At Peekskill Bay" by Harry Moore, "Making His Fortune or The Smartest Boy In New York" by Ralph Morton, "Steeple Jack, The Boy Of Nerve or The Mystery Of The Old Bell Tower" by Captain George W. Gr... View more info