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Arlington, VA: Arlington Farms, 1945. 46p., staplebound booklet, rear cover has an edge abrasion affecting several adjacent pages, otherwise mild handling. Not found in OCLC as of April 2021. Cartoon book depicting life at Nebraska Hall in Arlington Farms, a wartime dormitory for women workers.
Front Royal, VA: R. E. Beatty, 1928. Hardcover. 125p., first edition, minor browning, otherwise very good. Odd novel by a European American author, residing in the state of Washington, based on his father's experiences after the Civil War. "When I started writing this story, I had intended to censure the.....
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2005. Hardcover. x, 640p., preface, postscript, documents, sources and interpretations, notes, index, in-text illustrations and maps, good second printing in quarter-cloth boards and rubbed, unclipped dj. On Richard Randolph's freed slave community, the Israelites of Israel Hill Virginia.
New York: Henry Holt & Company, 1959. 315p., first edition clothbacked boards in dust jacket; the casebound book is clean, sound and unmarked, quite good, while the dj is worn, its spine panel sunned, sticker scar to front panel. Author Every has autographed the tipped in first blank and we.....
New York: Hyperion, 2008. Hardcover. 310p., endpaper maps, signed by the author on title page, very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. Debut novel of the LA-based writer. Set on a Virginia Plantation in 1862 it concerns the efforts of a skilled carpenter, a slave, who seeks answers.....
New York: Marion Boyars, 1993-1996. Hardcover. Four volume set, ix, 243p., 207p., 285p., & 288p., preface, bibliography, near-fine enlarged first English-language US/UK editions, in boards and bright, unclipped dj. Julian Green (spelled as Julien in France) was a gay French-American author and diarist (19 volumes) who was born and raised.....