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Girard, Kansas: George D. Brewer, 1910. Hardcover. xvii, [i], 19-211p., front., illustration of the Appeal to Reason building a bit foxed, logo of the Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company on the spine, spine soiled, corners slightly bumped. *Egbert p. 152. Includes on pp. 160-167 Upton Sinclair's "Climax of long series.....
Girard, Kansas: Published by George D. Brewer, 1910. Hardcover. xvii, [i], 19-211p., frontispiece portrait of Warren, illustration of the Appeal to Reason, logo of the Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company on the spine, spine faded else very good condition. *Egbert p. 152. Includes on pp. 160-167 Upton Sinclair's "Climax of.....
Reno: University of Neveda Press, 1969. Hardcover. xi, 196p., very good condition in a price-clipped dj. "The work traces Doster's careers as a Civil War cavalryman, country lawyer, district judge, Chief Justice of Kansas, voice in the Progressive movement, and unrepentant radical in the 1920's" - dj.
Emporia, KS: The School of Graduate and Professional Studies of the Emporia State University, 1982. 36p., 6x9 inches, essay, footnotes, bibliography, address label on rear wrap else very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. The Emporia State Research Studies Vol. xxxi number 1, Summer, 1982.
Topeka, KS: Crane & Co., [1902-?]. Pamphlet. 27p. staplebound booklet, 3.5x5.8 inches; name of Elsie Wingate penciled on front cover, otherwise very good. "An address delivered ... before the Kansas City, Kansas, high school, on Tuesday, the 12th day of November, 1901." Connelley, then a local teacher, went on to.....