Manour Livingston [New York]: April 18, 1783. "I have just receiv'd Information from Mr. Westly, father in law... Read More
New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1927. First edition, one of 750 copies printed by William Edwin Rudge, Inc., at Mt. Vernon, N.Y. in October, 1927. Inscribed on half-title, "Dr. Ernest King in remembrance of 6 Dec. 1927 with good wishes & thanks from Ford Madox Ford."
New York: W.J. Widdleton, Publisher, 1865. One of 100 numbered Large Paper copies for Subscribers. This copy unnumbered. Printed by A. Alvord.
[Buffalo, New York]: 1836. First edition. Buffalo, New York. The poem consisting of 5 quatrains, commencing "Farewell, deaar child-We humbly bow," dated Buffalo, Oct. 18th, 1836. The additional quatrain, bearing a manuscript correction commences "Thou lookest now on Mary's grave/ Thou gentle Moon. So let he have/ Thy purest, brightest...
New York: America Press, 1938. First edition.
[New York: n.d., ca. 1939]. A full color illustrated history of Grand Central Station and the surrounding area.
New York: Mahlon Day, 1825. First edition. Griscom (1774-1852) opened a school for boys in New York City in 1807 and advocated the monitorial system of instruction, in which more advanced students help teach the less advanced.
c.1910. This livery stable, owned by Henry A. Bunkenburg, was located at 413 W. 44th street (New York) in 1907, according to the Trow Business Directory of that year.By 1926, many of the livery stables in New York City had been replaced by other businesses, including a good number of...
New York: Farrar Straus, . First edition of the author's first book.
N.p: n.d. Self-portrait of Drue Heinz in the form of a stream-of-consciousness letter, done for collector and bookseller Burt Britton. With a 1 p. ALS to Britton giving him permission to use the letter for “your marvellous book”.
New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1889. First edition.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, . First edition, special issue, signed by Howe on the half-title. Signed. Signed on half-title.
[New York: May 1930]. Presentation album of original drawings and autograph sentiments to John Lovejoy Elliott (1868-1942), Founder of the Hudson Guild Settlement House and an Ethical Culture Society Leader. Given on the occasion of a dinner in his honor on May 26, 1930. The album opens with a calligraphic...
New York: April 8, 1943. Hughes Bussing Tables at the Stage Door Canteen. The Stage Door Canteen was a New York nightclub run by the USO (American Theater Wing) for the benefit of servicemen on leave, and many stars and celebrities volunteered to perform menial tasks as well as to...
Philadelphia: Printed by William Dunlap [but G. W. Mentz/ E. C. Clay], 1758 [but 1828]. Reprint of the very rare 1758 editions, extracted from Ashbel Green's "Memoirs of the Rev. Joseph Eastburn" Journey through Canada. Captured in 1756 near Oswego by the French and Indians, Eastburn was taken to Canada...
Rochester: 1830, 1831. St. Patrick in Rochester. The Festival of 1830 celebrating the progress of Civil and Religious Liberty was held at Rochester House and that of 1831 at the Eagle Tavern. The invitations were issued by the officers including Elisha Johnson, President in 1830 and Hestor Stevens, President in...
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1903. First edition.
New York: J.S. Ogilvie Publishing Company 57 Ross Street, 1903. First edition.
Washington, D.C: November 24, 1967. “I must assure you that no collapse of any kind awaits this nation.”. At a time when the nation was facing the seeming dissolution of civil society and increasing urban riots, Johnson writes: “… You are perhaps aware of my partiality for the community newspaper.....
New York: Printed by G.F. Hopkins, for William Dunlap, 1800. Page 8 lists the characters and performers as the play was "performed at the New-York Theatre, March 26, 1800."
1953. One of 100 signed.
1948. One of 100 signed.
New York: W.W. Norton, . First Edition. Inscribed. with associated ephemera laid in.
Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson & Brothers, . Reprint. George Lippard (1822-1854) was a close friend of Poe and founder of the Brotherhood of the Union, an early labor union. His popular fiction, which “represented the wildly subversive underside of the antebellum literary scene” (ANB) is often divided between the “city mysteries”.....
Cincinnati: H.M. Rulison, 1853. First edition. In NEW YORK Lippard launched “attacks on family concentrations of wealth, on slavery, and on an alleged attempt by Roman Catholics to infiltrate American schools and governments” (Reynolds, p. 23)George Lippard (1822-1854) was a close friend of Poe and founder of the Brotherhood of.....