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Chicago: A. Kroch & Sons, 1948. Hardcover. 110p., decorations, foreword, facsimile letters, photos, lengthy personal inscription signed by Morse datelined 1951, "the daughter", very good first edition in blue cloth boards gilt and with red and gilt panel on cover, mild rubbing and wear.
New York: Rudd & Carleton, 1861. 275p., tissue-guarded frontis portrait (steel-engraved), first edition black cloth boards titled gilt and panelled blind. Badly edgeworn casing; head and tail are missing quarter-inch strips of cloth rim, upper joint begun to split, turned corner tips, cardstock exposed along edges, discolorations from handling; textblock.....
Rochester / Ann Arbor: The University of Rochester / University Microfilms, Inc., 1969. Hardcover. Unpublished thesis; vii, 276p., photocopied rectos only and cased into utilitarian buckram boards spine-titled. One instance of neat underlining on p.137, an otherwise very good copy. Foster was a force in the anti-slavery lecture circuit from.....
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1943. Hardcover. 276p., color endsheets and title page; hardbound first edition casebound in red cloth boards titled dark blue., mild external signs of handling and age (faint dust, faint dampstain along the cover joint), wartime paperstock a bit toned, titlepage and several adjacent leaves bear a small.....
San Francisco: John Henry Nash, Printer, 1929. Hardcover. vii, 379p., inserted plates and facsimiles throughout, some folding, small thick quarto of marbled paper over boards, some loosness or bubling to the cloth, white leather label and gilt titles, untrimmed, and some pages unopened, no colophon or notice of limitation but.....
Boston: Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society, 1888. 310p., preface, index, very good first edition in green cloth and gilt. Pencil notes on endpaper by previous owner, Albert Salisbury who was an early settler of White Water, Wisconsin and who is mentioned on page 278. Signed by him in pencil.