New York: Dodd Mead, 1946. Read More about The Three Musketeers
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New York: Dodd Mead, 1946. Read More about The Three Musketeers
Easton, (Pa.): Gedruckt bey C.J. Hütte, 1808. First edition. Read More about Der Deutschen allgegenwärtiger englischer Sprachlehrer des Wortes Gottes, : welcher diese...
New York: Appleton, 1927. Read More about The American Indian North, South and Central America
London: Putnams, [Feburary, 1939]. First English Edition. Read More about Benjamin Franklin
[New York: Limited Editions Club, 1983]. Bearden, Romare. First edition of this selection chosen and illustrated by Bearden, #800 of 2000 copies, signed by Bearden and Walcott. Read More about The Caribbean Poetry of Derek Walcott & the Art of Romare Bearden. [Introduction by Joseph...
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1981. Benson, Richard. #800 of 1000 copies, signed by the photographer. Read More about The Bridge. A Poem. With an Introduction by Malcolm Cowley
New York: . #800 of 1000, signed by photographer and Thoams Flanagan. Read More about Dubliners. Introduction by Thomas Flanagan
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1987. No. 800 of 800 copies, signed by the artist. Read More about In the Penal Colony. Translated by Willa and Edwin Muir
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1984. Baskin, Leonard. #800 of 1500 copies, printed at the Wild Carrot Press, and signed by the author and the artist. Read More about Death of a Salesman. Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts and a Requiem
[New York]: Limited Editions Club, . Eisenstaedt. Alfred. Number 106 of 600 numbered copies, signed by the photographer. Read More about The Old Man and the Sea. Introduced by Charles Scribner
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1889-1890. First editions. Read More about History of the United States during the First and Second Administrations of Thomas Jefferson
Boston: July 13 1874. Key Member of the Secret Six. A heartfelt letter to his friend and fellow abolitionist, expressing his condolences for the loss of Bird’s son, and explaining that he cannot attend the funeral. Reading in part: “I heard on Saturday of your son’s sudden death, and in..... Read More about Autograph letter signed ("F.B. Sanborn") to Francis William Bird ("My dear...
Philadelphia: nd. A note by the American physician, scientist, novelist, and poet, known as "the father of medical neurology," referencing his pioneering (and controversial) "rest cure" known more commonly as "bed rest." Reading in part: "It should be one accustomed to rest treatment and to the management of a woman... Read More about Autograph note signed ("Weir Mitchell"
Bombay [India]: March 1918. 'The Same Pleasure and Advantages as the British'. A British Raj era letter, written by the Marchioness of Willingdon, while in India with her husband, Freeman Freeman-Thomas, 1st Marquess of Willingdon, who was serving as Governor of Bombay. Lady Willingdon organized the Bombay Presidency War and... Read More about Typed letter signed Lady Marie Willingdon ("Marie Willingdon") to the Rajsaheb...
Lake Dunmore, Vt: [c. 1904]. Attractive turn of the century album of a summer in Vermont at the Lake Dunmore House Hotel, beneath the distinctive profile of Mount Moosalamoo. Views of the hotel and hotel boathouse, village and farm scenes, a lakeside road, boating, mountains, meadows, grazing cattle, and the... Read More about Lake Dunmore photo album
New York: Doubleday, Dorean, 1935. First Published American Edition, Number 639 of 750 copies. Printed at the Country Life Press. Read More about Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph
New York: nd. A note by the American author, illustrator, and engineer known for building the foundation of the Statue of Liberty and most notably for his best-selling novels, Tom Grogan, and Caleb West. Read More about Autograph note signed ("F. Hopkinson Smith") to ("My Dear Mr. Norton")...
Northampton [MA]: August 18, 1898. A letter by the American novelist known for his realistic protrayals of Creole life in his native New Orleans, with an apologetic holograph note that reads: "Pardon the crudeness of my inexperienced typewriter." Cable moved to Northampton, MA, after two essays he wrote encouraging racial... Read More about Typed letter signed ("G.W. Cable") to Mr. F.C. Norton ("Dear Sir") answering...
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, . Early printing. Collection of Prohibition-era cocktail recipes and accompanying snacks. Read More about The Art of Drinking. Or What to Make with What You Have. Together with Divers Succulent Canapés...
London & New York: The Studio, 1932. Well illustrated guide, with examples by many of the best artists of the interwar years, including Leighton, Eric Gill, David Jones, etc. Read More about Wood-Engraving and Woodcuts. [At head of title:] “How to Do It” Series
Boston: James R. Osgood, 1883. First edition. First edition of this posthumously published novel, edited by Hawthorne's son. Read More about Doctor Grimshawe's Secret. Edited, with Preface and Notes by Julian Hawthorne
Catskill: Printed by E & G press, . Inscribed by the author on the title page, “For J— J— Peter Kane Dufault”. With manuscript correction and addition of a dropped line on p. 55. Poems by Harvard educated bomber pilot turned educator and activist Peter Kane Dufault (1923-2013), whose earlier..... Read More about A Westchester Farewell and other poems
New York: August 8, 1889. Field writes to say that he will attend the 250th anniversary celebration of his hometown of Guilford, Connecticut, which was held in September of 1889. Present with the letter is a small group of telegram forms dating from December 1869, most to Field, regarding scheduled... Read More about Autograph letter signed ("David Dudley Field") accepting invitation to 250th...
New York: The Phoenix Bookshop, 1966. Three separate issues of the author's first book including 1 of 4 inscribed to the publisher. Three separate issues belonging to the publisher, Robert Wilson, proprietor of The Phoenix Bookshop. The copy in slipcase is signed by the author on the colophon, numbered by... Read More about The Under-wood. Poems
Hacienda Rosendal, Tantojón, Pánuco, V[era].C[ruz], Mexico: January 17, 1896. In praise of three California huntresses. A charming tribute with subtle overtures from three Swedish bachelors living in Mexico to three California sisters whose hunting prowess was described in an article in the "Mexican Herald." Headlined "Three California Dianas. They Kill..... Read More about Autograph letter signed by Guido de Voltaire, Edward Thimgren & A. Rahm, to the sisters...