[Miami]: The Florida East Coast Hotel Company, . First edition. “How would a tarpon weighing 185 pounds suit... Read More about The Judge’s Tarpon. A Comedy of the Royal Palm
Richmond: Printed by Samuel Pleasants, Jun. and Henry Pace, 1803. Read More about A Collection of all such Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a Public and Permanent...
Richmond, Va: Published by West & Johnson, 1870. First edition. Read More about Fashion: A Humorous and Satirical Poem. In Two Parts
Montgomery, Ala: The Wallace Campaign, March 21, 1969. Read More about TLS. To Congressman Halpern. About James Estomo
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama: May 24, 1907. With an added note in Washington's hand: "Was very glad to see [you] in New York a few days ago B.T.W." Read More about Letter Signed ("Booker Washington"), to Mr. F.G. Wood of Central N.Y. Tel. & Tel....
Tuskegee: November 29, 1901. Washington replies to a Mrs. Wade in Santa Barbara, California, who had evidently sought help finding domestic servants: "Referring to your letter which has just been received, I am very sorry to say that I am unable to assist you in the matter of securing such..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed ("Booker T. Washington, Principal") to Mrs. Romaine Wade, declining...
Cambridge, Mass: The Cosmos Press, Inc, 1928. First edition, one of 100 copies privately printed for John Phillips. "But Washington's first love in the realm of sport was riding to hounds over his own and neighboring plantations ..." Preface. Read More about George Washington Sportsman From his own Journals. [Preface by John C. Phillips
Albany, New York: Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, 1893. First edition. Read More about Journal of Colonel George Washington. Commanding a Detachment of Virginia Troops, Sent by Robert...
New York: Sanford, Cushing & Co, 1868. Read More about A meeting in anticipation of Washington's Birthday, in behalf of Washington College, Virginia,...
New Haven: Published by the Author. Sold by Crocker & Brewster, Boston, [etc.] ... Printed by B.L. Hamlen, 1842. Morse, Samuel French B. Second edition, first octavo edition. The Second Edition, The First Unabridged Octavo Edition. A fine copy of the rare octavo edition of Webster's unabridged dictionary, the last..... Read More about An American Dictionary of the English Language. First Edition in Octavo, Containing the Whole...
Memphis, Tenn: W.G. Cheney, Printer and Publisher, 1873. First edition. Read More about Old Times in West Tennessee. Reminiscences Semi-Historic of Pioneer Life and the Rarly Emigrant...
New York: 1839. FIRST BOOK ON FLORIDA AS A RESORT. Read More about A Winter in the West Indies and Florida containing General Observations upon Modes of Travelling,...
Richmond, (Virginia): Printed by Samuel Pleasants, Jun, 1805. Third edition (actually Fourth). Read More about The Letters of the British Spy. Originally published in the Virginia Argus, in August and...
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1924. First edition. Thomas Wolfe's first appearance in a book, following the separate publication of his "Crisis in Industry." This was his first play. Thomas Wolfe's first book appearance. Contains Thomas Clayton Wolfe's first play. Written for his dramatic writing course, the "Carolina Playmakers"..... Read More about Carolina Folk Plays: Second Series. Edited with an Introduction on Making a Folk Theatre
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1924. First edition. Thomas Wolfe's first appearance in a book, following the separate publication of his "Crisis in Industry." Thomas Wolfe's first book appearance. Contains Thomas Clayton Wolfe's first play. Written for his dramatic writing course, the "Carolina Playmakers" taught by Frederick H. Koch..... Read More about Carolina Folk Plays: Second Series. Edited with an Introduction on Making a Folk Theatre
New York: Thomas R. Knox & Co, 1885. First edition. Read More about The Cruise of the Montauk to Bermuda, the West Indies and Florida