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no place: Halbert's Family Heritage, 1998. various paginations by section, perhaps 150 pages altogether, 8.5x11 inches, foreword, introduction, archival records, Nethercott state-by-state directory, illustrated throughout by photos, drawings and facsimiles reproduced in color xerox, very good in publisher's original gilt-decorated black leatherette. A rough history of the family during the.....
New York & London: The Century Co. & T. Fisher Unwin, 1888. Leather Bound. 960p., frontis, photos, maps, illustrations, index, damp-staining to margins of first issue with a little curling of leaves, toning, heavy abrasion-wear to covers; bound volume of six issues in black pebbled cloth over boards and half.....
Boone: North Carolina Folklore Society, 1980. Three volumes [112p], 6x9 inches, photos, illustrations, plans, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. The Society usually published only twice a year, May and November, but occasionally put out a special issue, usually in December but sometimes in summer.
Boone: North Carolina Folklore Society, 1980. Two volumes [92p.], 6x9 inches, photos, illustrations, plans, music transcriptions, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. The Society usually published only twice a year, May and November, but occasionally put out a special issue, usually in December but sometimes in summer.
Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., State Printers, 1899. Hardcover. xvi, 174p., hardbound in 9x5.5 inch cinnamon-brown cloth gilt, ruled and decorated in blind. We see a small faint splash stain to cover, a little crimping round cover's edges, completely free of any markings within, a handsome item in sound.....
Medellin: [sponsoring orchid societies], 1972. Variously paginated sections, about 75p., facing (or alternating) Spanish and English texts illustrated with scattered photos and sketches, 9x5.5 inch staplebound purple wraps with color decoration; slight edgewear, paperstock mildly toned, a very good copy. Lists many tours and events. "Gypsy Orchidophiles? hard to believe.....
San Francisco: Department of the Pacific Area Golden Gate International Exposition, 1938. 30p., 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, essay, bibliography, very good pamphlet in stapled wraps with very slight coverwear. Pacific House Bibliography No. 1. Divided into sections: Race & Migration; Crafts, Industries & their products;Design; Architecture etc.
Kimballton IA: Kimballton Welfare Club, early 1920s. 32p., sepia presswork on tinted alkaline paperstock, softbound, a 9.5x6.5 inch staplefastened pamphlet; illustrated with period photography, half of the town, the rest mugshots. Cover somewhat handled and crimped, textblock less so but has suffered a two-inch scratch to titlepage (slightly affects title.....
Oakland: E. S. Deinison, 1888. 28 pages of tinted photogravures on 7x5.5 inch cardstock leaves hinged with cloth, 46 images in all, plus 12p. of commentary, in a very badly worn and waterdamaged embossed cloth casing. Substantial areas of sizing are lost, traces of old mildew (no mustiness), partly separated.....