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Publisher: Plymouth, Mass., Copyright by Burbank, Inc. Assigned to C. E. Lynch. Published by the Rogers Print.: n.d.
Seller ID: 10198
Condition: Very good in wrappers. Light rubbing to wraps and curl to spine.
Compiled from the writings of Governor Bradford and Governor Winslow, and largely in their own words. With alphabetical list of Mayflower passengers. View more info
Publisher: Toledo, Ohio., Century Press. Published for General Motors staff.: 1956.
Seller ID: 13356
Condition: Near fine with light soil to wraps.
National conventions score sheets, qualifications of each offices, electoral votes by state chart, etc. View more info
Seller ID: 13627
Lone Ranger Safety Club. Sponsored by Kilpatrick's bread. Circa 1943. 4.25" x 2.5" membership card. Signed in pencil. With code for secret messages on verso. Somewhat worn with a few creases and soil from paper clip. "My Solemn Pledge to The Lone Ranger. 8.5" x 11" Ten safety rules. Again, signed in pencil. Folded three times. Bright with no tears or chips. View more info
Publisher: Published by order of the Secretary of War.: 1941.
Seller ID: 13629
Condition: Light soil to rear panel of wrappers and faint crease to rear top edge. Cover illustration & interior bright.
67 songs including The Marine's Hymn, Anchors Aweigh, etc. Several songs include parody versions. "Wrap both your elbows up around your neck and scratch, scratch, scratch" from Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-Bag. View more info
Publisher: Published by Robbins Music Corp. for Sherman, Clay & Co.: No date. Circa. 1935-1945.
Seller ID: 13631
Condition: Very bright save for two soil spots on rear panel.
"75 song favorites everyone loves to sing." Most contain just the verse. View more info
Seller ID: 13634
Condition: Light wear. The Hollywood & Nashville folders have whiteout on the addresses.
The three folders are of the "C.T. Art-Colortone" variety. The Hollywood & Nashville folders have 18 views. The Salt Lake City folder has 36. View more info
Publisher: Published by Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company.: 1935.
Seller ID: 13636
Condition: Very good with light wear.
28 page pamphlet "Introduction in Bidding and Play" by Culbertson with two Chesterfield advertisements. Plus a bridge scoring book with the same two ads. View more info
Seller ID: 13637
Condition: Insurance company book has light wear to wraps. Texaco pads are clean and complete.
1. San Francisco insurance company give away. 5.5" x 7.25" with card valuations & bidding requirements on wraps. 2. Seven Texaco score pads. "Tour with Texaco -- in All Our 48 States" plus two different illustrations on top quarter of each score sheet. View more info
Publisher: Santa Rosa, California., Janice Corey Publisher.: No date. C. early 1960's.
Seller ID: 14362
Condition: Near fine in lightly shelf worn pictorial wrappers.
Nostalgic look at the Northern California county. Local industry, tourist attractions, & history of the area. Lots of local advertisements. View more info
Publisher: Washington, DC., Industrial College of the Armed Forces.: 1962.
Seller ID: 13352
Condition: Very good in printed wrappers. Light wear to wraps. Former owner's signature with penciled notes.
"Courses of study in the economic and industrial aspects of national security." View more info
Publisher: Washington, DC., War Department.: 1941.
Edition: Female wartime worker's name & address on title page.
Seller ID: 13535
Condition: Very good in wrappers. Rubbing & soil to wrappers. Interior bright in tight binding.
World War II technical manual. Black & white illustrations throughout. View more info
Publisher: London., Eyre and Spottiswoode.: 1948.
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 14104
Condition: Very good in good dust jacket. Book is square, clean & tight with sticker removal on rear pastedown & light wear to corners. Jacket edge worn with "v" shaped tear & rubbing to back panel. Front cover illustration bright.
History of the Kings of England and the hunt. From the early 7th century to the present (1940's). Sixteen black & white plates. View more info
Publisher: Philadelphia., John C. Winston Co.: (1936).
Edition: First American Edition.
Seller ID: 13875
Condition: Near fine in good dust jacket. Light wear to board corners. No rubbing to boards & decorated cover very bright. Fragile price clipped dust jacket protected in mylar. Large chip on top of rear panel with tears & edge wear overall.
Narrative of father & son destined to rule over the British Empire. Thirty-one photos of "memorable scenes in the reign of the Sailor King and the varied career of the Bachelor Prince." Published in the year of King George's death and Price Edward's ascent to the throne. View more info
Publisher: New York., Random House. Landmark Books.: (1951).
Edition: 8th printing.
Seller ID: 15169
Condition: Good in good- dust jacket. Soil to edges. Former owner's book plate. Crack at half title page. Jacket intact & protected by mylar but heavily worn with chips & tears. Ames jacket illustration still bright.
Number 13 in the Landmark series. The story of the first wagon trail to follow the Sante Fe Trail. View more info
Publisher: New York., Random House. Landmark Books.: 1950.
Edition: 6th printing.
Seller ID: 16842
Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Book is square & tight with clean text. Light wear to spine ends & corners. Former owner's bookplate on front pastedown. Jacket rubbed with chips at extremities. Jacket illustration bright.
Number 7 in the Landmark series. Chapter heading illustrations. History of the "pony." Includes descriptions of manager Bolivar Roberts & the many riders including "Buffalo Bill" Cody & "Wild Bill" Hickok. View more info
Publisher: Boston., Small, Maynard and Company.: 1917.
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 16330
Condition: Very good. No dust jacket. Rubbing to extremities. Front panel bright. Spine faded. Front free endpaper removed. Small book plate on front pastedown. Former owner's signature dated Nov. 13, 1917 on verso of frontis.
Tissued photo of the author, reproduced in photogravure frontis. Plus 12 photo illustrations and map rear endpapers. The author's second collection of wartime letters. Aldrich was raised in Boston and wrote for several Boston newspapers. In 1898 she moved to France working as a foreign correspondent and translator. While there, she became a friend of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas. She was eye witness to much of World War I from her home outside Paris. Her home in Huiry overlooked the Marne river valley. View more info
By: Allen, Robert L.
Publisher: San Francisco & Berkeley, CA., Equal Justice Society. Heyday Books.: 1993.
Seller ID: 15605
Condition: Very good in photo illustrated wrappers. Light shelf wear to wraps.
Minorities & civil disobedience during World War II. Black & white photo illustrations. Photocopy of excerpts from Daniel Gluckstein's "Class Struggle and Globalization" laid in. View more info
Publisher: New York., Simon & Schuster.: 1998.
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 11810
Condition: Near fine with remainder mark on bottom edge in fine dust jacket.
With maps & black & white photos throughout. View more info
By: Appel, Benjamin.
Publisher: New York., Grosset & Dunlap.: 1964.
Seller ID: 14267
Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Book-plate & possible remainder mark on bottom edge. Else clean & solid copy. Jacket fine save for price clip.
Story of the rise & fall of the Nazi dictator. Black & white photos throughout. View more info
Publisher: New York., New Outlook Publishers.: June, 1967.
Seller ID: 15893
Condition: Very good in lightly soiled wraps.
Reprinted from the May, 1967 issue of Political Affairs journal of Marxist thought and opinion. Aptheker (1915 - 2003) was an internationally known American Marxist historian, author and political activist. View more info