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601 Dylan, Bob PLANET WAVES: Bob Dylan (Guitar, Harmonica) with The Band...
s.l. Ram's Horn Music (1973). 1973 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 73pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for 11 Dylan songs as recorded by Dylan and The Band. Includes: On A Night Like This; Tough Mama; Forever Young (two versions); Never Say Goodbye; and six more. Illustrated by drawing by Dylan on cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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602 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN: DESIRE--Songs of Redemption
s.l. Ram's Horn Music (1976). 1976 1st Edition Soft cover 
Light wear along spine, else in very good condition. 12" x 9" 40pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for nine songs written and recorded by Bob Dylan. Includes: Black Diamond Bay; Hurricane; Romance in Durango; and six more. Illustrated by cover and b&w photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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603 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN: KNOCKED OUT LOADED
Secaucus, NJ Warner Bros. 1986. 1986 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in fine condition. 12" x 9" 36pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for eight songs written and performed by Bob Dylan. Includes: Brownsville Girl; They Killed Him; You Want to Ramble; and five more. Illustrated by covers and 5 photos in color. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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604 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN: THE ORIGINAL
NY Warner Bros/Seven Arts Music (1968). 1968 1st Edition Soft cover 
Color-pictorial covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 48pp Contains lyrics, music, and guitar chords for 15 songs written and performed by Bob Dylan. Includes: The Death of Emmett Till; Down the Highway; John Brown; Only A Hobo; Talkin' Hava Negeilah Blues; and ten more. Illustrated by cover illus, 3 photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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605 Dylan, Bob DON'T LOOK BACK: A Film and Book by D.A. Pennebaker
NY Ballantine Books 1968 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good Very Good Jacket 
160pp; illustrated by movie stills throughout text. Stated first printing. 7" x 4.25". 
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606 Dylan, Bob JOHN WESLEY HARDING: Songs from the Columbia Album (CS-9604).
NY Bob Dylan Words & Music Co. 1968 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
39pp; cover and three other illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 12 original songs, along with a full-page essay, "The Return of Bob Dylan," by Alfred G. Aronowitz; a two-page essay, "His Best Yet," by Gordon Mills from Rolling Stone; and a full-page piece, "John Wesley Harding," written by Bob Dylan. Song titles include: As I Went Out One Morning; The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest; I Am A Lonesome Hobo; I Pity the Poor Immigrant; I'll Be Your Baby Tonight; and seven more. 12" x 9" 
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607 Dylan, Bob THE BOB DYLAN SCRAPBOOK, 1956-1966: Companion Volume to "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan," a Martin Scorsese Picture. With text by Robert Santelli.
NY Simon & Schuster 2005 0743228286 Third printing Original Boards Fine 
64pp; illus from rare photographs, song lyrics, concert tickets, and other memorabilia from Dylan's years as a folkie. A cd audio disc in a pocket contains excerpts from interviews with Dylan during those early years, and the sound track of his performance at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. Bound in pictorial boards, and in the original pictorial slipcase. 10.75" x 10" 
Price: 35.00 USD
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608 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN [American concert programme]
Hollywood Kosh & Co. 1978 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Fine 
28pp; many illus from photographs, some in color. 14" x 11" This is the big, glossy programme that was sold at the American concerts in 1978. Most of the photographs, naturally, are of Dylan and of some of his album covers. The extensive text is by various individuals, interviewing Dylan and assessing his work at different stages of his career. 
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609 Dylan, Bob THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE MUSIC: THE MAN THEY CALL DYLAN-- in KRLA Edition "BEAT," Volume 1, Number 45, January 22, 1966.
Los Angeles 1966 First Edition Printed self-wraps Very Good 
16pp; illus from photographs. Folded once as issued. 15.25" x 11.5" The article on Dylan occupies four full pages of text with 12 photos, based on his notorious press interview. Along with Dylan, this issue also has stories on the Rolling Stones, Beatles, Tom Jones, Four Seasons, Jack Jones, Dave Clark Five, Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs, Jay and the Americans, and others. 
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610 Dylan, Bob WORLD GONE WRONG
NY Amsco 1994 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good Illus from Photographs 
24pp; 9 large illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 10 Dylan songs: World Gone Wrong; Ragged & Dirty; Broke Down Engine; Delia; Two Soldiers; etc. 12" x 9". 
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611 Dylan, Bob THE MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN MADE EASY FOR GUITAR: Includes His Greatest Hits. Arranged by John Curtin
Secaucus, NJ Warner Bros. (1979). 1979 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents near fine condition. 12" x 9" 56pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, guitar chords and frames for 22 songs. Titles include: All I Really Want To Do; Highway 61 Revisited; Hurricane; Maggie's Farm; Tangled Up In Blue; and 17 more. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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612 Dylan, Bob and others FOLK ROCK: Top Recorded Hits
NY M. Witmark & Sons 1965 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good 
32pp. Contains words, music, guitar chords and frames for eight Dylan songs (All I Really Want to Do; Chimes of Freedom; If You Gotta Go, Go Now; It Ain't Me, Babe; Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues; Like A Rolling Stone; Mr. Tambourine Man; Positively 4th Street) as well as three others (Reno Nevada by Richard Farina; Ribbon of Darkness by Gordon Lightfoot; You Were on My Mind by Sylvia Fricker). All of these early folk-rock songs were written in 1964-1965. The piano arrangements are by Jerry Sears. 12" x 9". 
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613 Eames, Wilberforce, compiler AMERICANA COLLECTION OF HERSCHEL V. JONES: A CHECK-LIST, 1473- 1926...and...ADVENTURES IN AMERICANA, 1492-1897.
NY Cooper Square Publishers 1964 First Edition Original Cloth Fine 
Three volumes, 520pp; 300 pictures of title-pages. Has 1,746 entries. 12.25" x 9" The Jones collection was said to reflect: "The romance of voyage and discovery from Spain to the Indies, the Spanish Main, and North America; inland to the Ohio Country; on toward the Mississippi; through to California; over Chilkoot Pass to the Gold Fields of Alaska." 
Price: 100.00 USD
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614 EAST IS WEST (1919) Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: East Is West. Words by Hassard Short. Music by Silvio Hein. Introduced in William Harris Jr's successful production, "East Is West."
NY T.B. Harms 1919 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Charlie Yang was a bad bad man, He chopped his suey with a tough tong clan, He wanted little Ming Toy by his side...." 13.25" x 10.5" The cover features a stylized photo of Fay Bainter in costume as Ming Toy, with a string of Chinese lanterns behind her. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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615 Echoes...sheet music THE ECHOES OF MY ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOME Words by Janet Gordon. Music by Edward Gabriel.
Chicago McKinley Music 1904 First Edition Decorative Wraps Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "In my Rocky Mountain home I so happily did roam, 'Mid the mining camps and scenes so wild and free, Not a glimpse of worldly care Ever comes to haunt me there, And the cottage small a palace seems to be...." 13.25" x 10.5" 
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616 Eddy, Duane DUANE EDDY'S "TWANGY SOUND" GUITAR FOLIO NO. 1: Ten Top Tunes - Guitar Solos (with words). Arranged by Duane Eddy.
NY Shapiro, Bernstein 1960 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Good 
24pp. Contains two versions of 10 songs (original music with words & Duane Eddy's guitar arrangements), including: Down Home Rag; Empty Saddles; Royal Garden Blues; Sweet Sue--Just You; 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans; and five more. Some wear along spine. 12" x 9" Eddy, who started playing guitar at age five in Corning, NY, was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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617 Edgelow, Geoffrey L., publisher TODAY IN VICTORIA: WHERE TO STAY, WHERE TO EAT, WHERE TO SHOP, WHAT TO DO...July 24-30, 1961
Victoria, B.C. Admark Ltd 1961 Revised Edition Original wraps Very Good 
16pp; map. Lists major activities for the week as well as hotels, shops, restaurants, ferry schedules, coach schedules, local ads, etc. 9.25" x 4" 
Price: 10.00 USD
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618 Edwards, Charles L. BAHAMA SONGS AND STORIES: A Contribution to Folk-lore. Reprint of 1895 Edition.
NY G.E. Stechert 1942 Reprint Boards Very Good 
111pp; 6 illus from photographs (two full-page, four half-page). 9.5" x 6" Contains lyrics and melody lines to 40 Bahamian songs, along with 38 stories. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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619 Edwards, Emory MODERN AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES; THEIR DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT: A Practical Work for Practical Men.
Philadelphia / London Henry Carey / Sampson, Low 1895 Copyright 1883 Original Cloth Very Good 
pp: 383 w/index, 32 publisher's ads; 78 engraved illustrations, including two foldout plates of locomotives. Blind-stamped blue cloth, gilt spine lettering. 8" x 5" 
Price: 100.00 USD
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620 Edwards, Harry Stillwell ENEAS AFRICANUS, DEFENDANT
Macon, Georgia J.W. Burke Co. 1921 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
pp: (ii), 40, (1) publisher's ads. 7" x 5.25" "Eneas Africanus" was published first in the Macon Evening News, which Edwards co-owned and co-edited. Regarding this edition, WorldCat notes: "Apparently the 1st ed., though later eds. bear copyright date 1920." 
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621 Elbert, Donnie SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF R&B VOCALIST DONNIE ELBERT
NY Gale Agency Circa 1960s Original edition Near Fine 
10" x 8" glossy photo of Elbert, arms folded and smiling. This photo is signed by Donnie Elbert in green ink. Elbert was born in New Orleans in 1936 and grew up in Buffalo, NY to become an American soul singer with a prolific career from the mid 1950s to the late 1970s. In the '50s, he played New York's Apollo Theater and toured the chitlin' circuit of African-American-owned nightclubs. In the early '60s, he recorded for Red Top records and Vee-Jay records. In 1966, he moved to England and went on to record for a number of different labels, with occasional hits along the way. Elbert died in 1989 at age 52. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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622 Eldridge, Roy ROY ELDRIDGE ALBUM OF SWING TRUMPET SOLOS: Special Recording Arrangements by the All-American Trumpeter, with Piano Accompaniment.
NY Edward B. Marks Music 1940 First edition Original Wraps Very Good 
20pp. Contains the Roy Eldridge trumpet arrangements of six jazz tunes: Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me; Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider; Jazz Me Blues; There'll Be Some Changes Made; Tishomingo Blues; Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble. 12" x 9" The illustrated cover includes a photo of Eldridge with his trumpet. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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623 Ellen.sheet music ELLEN BAYNE. Sung by Edwin P. Christy. Written & Composed by Stephen C. Foster
NY Firth, Pond & Co. (1854). 1854 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial covers and contents near fine condition. 13.5" x 10" (8)pp First published in 1854. Comprises three verses and a chorus. In part: "Soft be thy slumbers, Rude cares depart, Visions in numbers Cheer thy young heart. Dream on while bright hours And fond hopes remain, Blooming like smiling bowers For thee, Ellen Bayne." The cover identifies this song as Foster's Melodies No. 24. The sepiatone cover vignettes illustrate this title as well as: Old Dog Tray; My Old Kentucky Home; Little Ella; and Old Memories. Illustrated by five vignettes on cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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624 Ellen.sheet music ELLEN BAYNE. Sung by Edwin P. Christy. Written & Composed by Stephen C. Foster
NY Firth, Pond & Co. (1854). 1854 Soft cover 
Removed; light offsetting, else in very good condition. 13.5" x 10" (8)pp First published in 1854. Comprises three verses and a chorus. In part: "Soft be thy slumbers, Rude cares depart, Visions in numbers Cheer thy young heart. Dream on while bright hours And fond hopes remain, Blooming like smiling bowers For thee, Ellen Bayne." The cover identifies this song as Foster's Melodies No. 24. The sepiatone cover vignettes illustrate this title as well as: Old Dog Tray; My Old Kentucky Home; Little Ella; and Old Memories. Illustrated by five vignettes on cover. 2nd printing? edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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625 Ellen.sheet music ELLEN BAYNE. Sung by Edwin P. Christy. Written & Composed by Stephen C. Foster
NY Firth, Pond & Co. (1854). 1854 Soft cover 
Spine reinforced; faint foxing; else in very good condition. 13" x 10" (5)pp First published in 1854. Comprises three verses and a chorus. In part: "Soft be thy slumbers, Rude cares depart, Visions in numbers Cheer thy young heart. Dream on while bright hours And fond hopes remain, Blooming like smiling bowers For thee, Ellen Bayne." The cover identifies this song as Foster's Melodies No. 24. The sepiatone cover vignettes illustrate this title as well as: Old Dog Tray; My Old Kentucky Home; Little Ella; and Old Memories. Illustrated by five vignettes on cover. Early Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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626 Ellis, George E. THE CHRISTIAN'S DEPENDENCE ON THE GREAT HOPE: A Sermon preached in Harvard Church, Charlestown, on Sunday, February 19, 1854.
Boston Leonard C. Bowles 1854 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
15pp. 9" x 5.5" Written at top of cover: "His Excellency Emory Washburn / with the respects of Stephen ___[?]. Emory Washburn (1800-1877) served as Governor of Massachusetts, 1854-1855, and wrote a number of legal treatises. He was instrumental in the founding of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, dedicated to teaching science and the trades. 
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627 Ellis, George E. and James T. Hewes AN ADDRESS DELIVERED IN THE FIRST CHURCH, SALEM, AT THE FUNERAL SERVICES OF CHARLES W. UPHAM, JUNE 18, 1875... And the Sermon preached on the succeeding Sabbath, by the Pastor....
Salem, MA Printed at the Salem Gazette Office 1875 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
34pp. 9" x 5.5" Charles Wentworth Upham (1802-1875) was the seventh Mayor of Salem, a US Representative from Massachusetts, President of the Massachusetts State Senate, &c. 
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628 Ellis, William THREE VISITS TO MADAGASCAR, DURING THE YEARS 1853-1854-1856, Including a Journey to the Capital; with Notices of the Natural History of the Country and of the Present Civilization of the People. Illustrated with Woodcuts from Photographs, &c.
NY Harper & Brothers 1859 First US Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
pp: 514, (2) publisher's ads; double-plate frontispiece view, map, 27 other full-page and text illus. Bound in blind-stamped, brown grained cloth, gilt spine lettering and vignette on cover. Faint foxing to first and last few leaves. 9.5" x 6" An appendix contains remarks on the Malagasy language. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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629 Elmira College TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL CATALOGUE AND CIRCULAR OF THE ELMIRA FEMALE COLLEGE, 1878-1879, ELMIRA, CHEMUNG COUNTY, N.Y. Chartered by Legislature, 1855.
Elmira, NY Advertiser Assn Book & Commercial Printing House 1879 First Edition Original Wrappers Very Good 
33pp; frontispiece view, tissue guard. Light wear at top of spine. 8.75" x 5.75" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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630 Elson, Louis C. EUROPEAN REMINISCENCES, MUSICAL AND OTHERWISE: Being the Recollections of the Vacation Tours of a Musician.
Philadelphia Theo. Presser 1896 Second Edition Original cloth Very Good 
301pp; portrait; front free-endpaper removed. 7.75" x 5.25" Elson, editor of Boston's "Musical Herald," arranged more than 2,000 songs and composed some of his own. This book is his informal record of several vacations abroad in Germany, Norway, Sweden, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, and England, with much discussion of concerts, recitals and musicians. [Smith, American Travellers Abroad, E20: "An informal record of several vacations of a musician abroad." First published in 1891.] 
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631 Elsworth, Nathaniel W. JOURNAL: Handwritten account book, Portland (Maine), January 4-June 30, 1838: "Inventory of my Effects, viz. Cash on Deposit in City Bank, 20,000.00. Merchandise invoice book, 10,000.00. Farm of 100 acres in Kings County, 12,000.00. Due me on Notes per Bill Book, 5,000.00. Thomas Milner owes me on account, 2,000.00. John Import owes me on account, 1,000.00."
1838 Original manuscript Cloth-backed flexible boards Very Good 
In a light, very legible hand, Elsworth goes on to detail his debits and credits in cash and merchandise, filling 39 pages in this folio journal. Included are many local names and interesting entries, including: Nathan Swain, London; T. Kingsley; John KIngston; William Prince; [bought from] "Capt. Champlin, Ship Ocean for 10,000"; "Shipped by the Brig Minerva, Howland [captain], and consigned to J. Wilkinson, Liverpool"; "Shipped by the Venus, Ware [captain], & consigned to J. Wilson, Dublin; "Received by the Ship America, Johnson"; "Paid for repairs of the Ship Ocean"; "Shipped by the Criterion, Messenger, for London"; "Received by the Ship Nimrod, Waters, from London"; William James; Francis Clinton; " Sold for cash to John Jacob Astor 190 shares United States Bank"; James Kane; Henry Shaw; "500 gallons Cognac Brandy"; "Shipping by the Virtue, Camp, and consigned to N. Swain, London"; "Shipped by the Ocean, King, for Cadiz"; "Received by the Ship Rambler, Crown, from London...Madeira Wine"; "Found in Fulton Street a pocket book containing $230 in bank bills which I advertise but the owner has not appeared"; "Shipped by the Monkey for Baltimore...102 pipes [casks] wine"; "The Ship Pacific in which I insured an acct of N.Swain, London, $6,150 is with cargo lost"; "J. Wilkinson advises me per letter of 28th April that the Rover in which he shipped J. Wilson on account CoB 20 water cut glass is lost & no insurance effected"; Richard Pennell; Charles Libby; B. Cummings; "Bought of Capt. Churchill the Ship North America"; "Shipped by the Minerva, Howland & consigned J. Wilkinson"; Frederick Swift; "Received by the Science from London a quantity of Dry Goods; "Received from Capt. Churchill for freight on my ship N. America; &c., &c. Bound in marbled paper over card covers, cloth spine. 13.25" x 8.25" Laid in are two half-page statements dated Portland, Oct. 1820, regarding notes between N. Elsworth and N.W. Elsworth. Nathaniel W. Elsworth operated Nathaniel Elsworth & Son, a crockery shop, at 118 Middle St., Portland. He retired about 1870. He and his wife, Lydia D., had three children. (Courtesy of Pejebscot Historical Society). In this ledger, we see Elsworth importing and exporting wines and brandy among other goods, via his own ship Ocean and other vessels. 
Price: 350.00 USD
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632 Elwell, Charles CORSICAN EXCURSION
London Bodley Head 1954 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 
152pp, index; 12 illus from woodcuts, map. This account of the author's tour of Corsica in 1949 includes much on the island's history and sights. 8.5" x 5.5" 
Price: 20.00 USD
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633 Elwood, J.W. A SCHOOL FOR NATURE LOVERS AND SPORTSMEN: NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF TAXIDERMY: Taxidermy Taught by Correspondence.
Omaha, Nebraska Northwestern School of Taxidermy 1944 Early edition Pictorial Paper Covers Fine 
44pp; illus throughout from photographs. 9.75" x 7.25" Rich in text and pictures, this catalog extolls taxidermy and the Northwestern School, details their lessons on preserving all sorts of animals and fish, novelty taxidermy (card-playing frogs and the like), natural history museums, taxidermy as a business, etc. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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634 Emerson, Joseph THE EVANGELICAL PRIMER: containing a Minor Doctrinal Catechism, and a Minor Historical Catechism.
Boston Crocker & Brewster 1825 Second Edition Original Wraps Good 
72pp; 72 woodcuts; front cover lacking. 6" x 3.5" First published in 1825, this primer includes the Westminster Assembly's Shorter Catechism, and Directions for Studying the Scriptures. The author, formerly Minister of a Church in Beverly, Massachusetts, was "now Principal of Female Seminary in Wethersfield, Ct." [American Imprints 20403] 
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635 Emerson, L.O. THE FIRST ANNUAL CONVENTION! OF THE GREEN MOUNTAIN MUSICAL ASSOCIATION! Will be held in Barnum's Hall, Richmond, VT....June 7, 8, 9 and 10, 1881, under the direction of Prof. L.O. Emerson, of Boston, Mass.
Montpelier, Vermont Argus and Patriot Job Print 1881 First Edition Printed self-wraps Very Good 
4pp, printed on yellow stock, engraved devices; old fold marks. 8.75" x 5.5" Lists vocal and instrumental soloists for the concerts, officers and committee members, terms of admission and prices, &c. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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636 Emerson, L.O., compiler and arranger EMERSON'S PART-SONGS AND GLEES FOR MIXED VOICES: with Accompaniment for the Piano-forte.
Boston Oliver Ditson 1887 First Edition Cloth-backed boards Very Good 
176pp, index. Contains mostly four-part arrangements of 45 popular and semi-classical songs, including: Away to the Meadows; Beautiful May; Dash Away, Boat; Rustic Coquette; Skating Song; The Alpine Hunter; The Spinning Lesson; Three Doughtie Men; What Song Doth the Cricket Sing?; and 36 more. Edges of boards scuffed. 10.25" x 6.75" 
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637 Empress Hotel THE EMPRESS HOTEL, VICTORIA, B.C. A Canadian Pacific Hotel.
Victoria, Vancouver, Canada Empress Hotel Circa 1930s First Edition Very Good 
Broadsheet, printed in black and blue, with full-color front and back panels, 9.25" x 32", folded to brochure format. The detailed text is supplemented by a color rendering of the entire hotel, with 29 inset illustrations from photographs. The Empress Hotel, designed by Francis Rattenbury, opened in 1908. When this brochure was issued, the Hotel had just added a new wing, raising the total number of rooms to 578 plus suites. [WorldCat locates no holdings of this elaborate brochure.] 
Price: 35.00 USD
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638 Endless Caverns OFFICIAL ROAD GUIDE TO FLORIDA AND THE SOUTHEAST VIA ENDLESS CAVERNS
New Market, VA Endless Caverns 1930 First Edition Very Good 
Broadside, folded to 8 panels; illus from photographs. 9.5" x 4" Includes a map of the eastern US, with a table of mileages from various points to Endless Caverns. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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639 Engelmann, Wilhelm NEW GUIDE TO POMPEII
Leipzig Engelmann 1929 Revised Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
201pp, index; 140 illustrations, large folding map. This guidebook suggests tours of various lengths, and provides a detailed guide to the ruins. 7" x 4.75" 
Price: 10.00 USD
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640 Ephrata Shoe Company TENTH ANNUAL EMPLOYEES PICNIC...1941...Ephrata, Pennsylvania: Felt pennant.
Ephrata, PA 1941 Very Good 
Cloth pennant with stars-and-stripes motif. 23.5" x 8.5" Inspired by the American flag, this pennant commemorates an employees picnic on the eve of World War II. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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641 Ephrata, PA FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Our First Century..., 1872-1972.
Ephrata, PA First United Methodist Church 1972 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
32pp; illus from photographs. 9.25" x 6" Highlights the first 100 years of this Lancaster County church, its ministers, teachers, social activities, &c. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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642 Epic Talking Pictures MR. AND MRS. GIFFORD PINCHOT AND THEIR SON "GIFFY" IN THEIR CRUISE TO THE "SOUTH SEAS": Lobby card.
Hollywood Epic Talking Pictures 1930 Original edition Very Good 
Poster, illus with three color stills from the film. 11" x 14" The Pinchots sailed from NY to the South Seas in 1929 aboard the "Mary Pinchot," a 148-foot, three-masted topsail schooner. From the first ten years of movies with sound, 1927-1937. 
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643 Eppley Sisters PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE EPPLEY SISTERS, GOSPEL QUINTETTE, MANCHESTER, PA: Mounted on card stock, with overall title and the name of each sister written in red ink.
Manchester, PA circa 1945 Original edition Very Good 
Black-and-white photo of the five sisters, dressed in white blouses, black coats and skirts, and string ties. Caption and names are printed by hand in red. 3,75" x 7" The five Eppley Sisters traveled the world as a gospel quintet for about 30 years, circa 1945 to 1975. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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644 Epps, Alice M. Dearborn Stevens HANDWRITTEN 5-YEAR DIARY KEPT AT FRANCESTOWN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1900-1904: Comprising five annual diaries.
1900 Original manuscript Original Cloth Good 
Each of the 365 calendar pages in this "A Line A Day" diary is divided into fifths to accommodate five years of entries. Written in ink in a legible hand, Alice fits 8 to 10 lines of writing into each day over the five-year span. At the end of the book are 10 pages of "memoranda," similarly divided into five sections per page, where the writer details local and family weddings, births, deaths (including children, one of whom died from eating "parlor matches"), family landmarks, etc. On the final leaf and inside the rear cover are handwritten recipes, remedies, and household tips. Laid into the book are a pressed flower, news clips, a hand-drawn blueprint of "The Elms," a two-page account of Baby Franklin's achievements in his first few years of life, &c. Binding worn at spine ends. 7.75" x 5" The diary of Alice M. Dearborn Stevens Epps gives us a close-up-and-personal view of a woman's daily life in small-town New Hampshire at the turn of the 20th century. She includes all the minutiae of daily feminine tasks, the pregnancy/childbirth and baby-rearing practices of the time, daily dealings with (ubiquitous) family members and friends, and short glimpses into the larger world of politics and the arts. There are local doings that punctuate her days--Old Home Week, the Greenfield Fair, Harvest Supper, graduation ceremonies, &c.--in addition to almost daily social calls and frequent extended visits. There are also dramatic happenings, including a catastrophic fire--apparently an act of arson--that claims the writer's barn and part of her house, the disappearance of a neighbor and the resulting search party, &c. We also follow husband Bertram's daily goings and comings--at the sawmill, haying, planting apple trees, selling apples, work at the sap house for maple syrup, buying and selling horses, &c. Alice was a graduate of Wesleyan Academy in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, the first co-ed boarding school in the US. When we meet Alice through her diary, she is a spinster living in Francestown, NH, &c., &c. [This diary, comprising a sort of turn-of-the-century New England soap opera, will be accompanied by 6-1/2 pages of typewritten, single-spaced reading notes,] 
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645 Eret, Jim and others, editors ANOTHER CHICAGO MAGAZINE: Volume I, Fall 77
Chicago Thunder's Mouth Press 1977. 1977 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents near fine condition. 8.5" x 6.75" (56)pp The scarce second issue of this long-running little magazine contains work by a variety of contributors. Illustrated by 17pp illus, most from photos. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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646 Erler, Rudy and Nora Amundsen and Artie Freeman SONGS OF THE SADDLE: 20 New Popular Favorites: No. 2. Words and Music, Guitar, Ukulele & Banjo Chords.
Portland, OR American Music 1942 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
50pp. Contains words and music to 20 songs by Erler, Amundsen and Freeman, including: Get A Girl and Strum An Old Guitar; In Manzannillo; Canistota Wagon Train; Just Plain Jane of the Plain Ol' Plains; Shine On, Utah Moon; and 15 more. 12" x 9" On the cover, an inset photo-portrait of Denver Darling is surrounded by drawings of cowboys on bucking broncos. 
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647 Escott, Colin, editor ALL ROOTS LEAD TO ROCK: Legends of Early Rock `n' Roll. A Bear Family Reader
NY Schirmer Books 1999 0028648668 First Edition Hardcover Fine Fine Jacket 
pp: xi, 257, index; full-page and text illus from photographs. Comprises 17 chapters by various authors, profiling musicians of many sorts, all of whom "contributed to rock `n' roll," including Julia Lee, Freddie Bell and the Bellboys, Clyde McPhatter, Tommy Sands, Conway Twitty, and others. The chapters of this book were originally liner notes for Bear Family Records, a German company founded in 1975. 10.25" x 7". 
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648 Escudero, Vicente and others ESPANOL ATTRACTIONS, LTD. PRESENTS VICENTE ESCUDERO, CARMITA GARCIA, FEATURING PEPITA AND GOYO REYES AND THEIR SPANISH BALLET.... With a laid-in concert program dated October 14, 1960.
NY Dunetz & Lovett 1960 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
20pp; illus throughout from photographs. 12" x 9" The laid-in program, 4pp, 8.5" x 5.5", is heavily annotated by the concert-goer. 
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649 Eshbach, Harry and Grace CABINET CARD PHOTO OF A TODDLER IN AN ELABORATE VICTORIAN CHAIR, AND A STANDING YOUNG BOY: Handwritten label on back identifies "Brother Harry Eshbach & Sister Grace Eshbach."
Lancaster, PA Hubley, photographer Circa 1880s Original edition Very Good 
Albumen image, mounted on the photographer's gilt-printed card. 6.5" x 4.25" 
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650 Estrin, Kari, editor THE BLACK SHEEP REVIEW, Vol. II, No. 2, Nov/Dec 1983
Cambridge, MA Black Sheep Concerts 1963. 1963 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 10.5" x 8" 48pp "On Folk & Acoustic Music in New England & The Northeast." In this issue: Orrin Star & Gary Mehalick; New York State Regional Review; The First Thanksgiving; The Devil in New England; Sing Your Song; New Acoustic Music; concert and record reviews, etc. Illustrated by cover, drawings, photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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651 Eulalie.sheet music EULALIE: Song. Written by H.S. Cornwell. Composed by Stephen C. Foster
NY / Pittsburgh Firth, Pond / H. Kleber (1851). 1851 1st Edition Soft cover 
Neatly removed; faint dampmark at margin; else good condition. 13.25" x 10.25" 6pp First published in 1851. Comprises three verses. In part: "Blue-birds, linger here awhile, O'er this sacred grassy pile, Sing your sweetest songs to me 'Tis the grave of Eulalie .". Illustrated by embellished title on cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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652 Evans, Gil THE GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA, WITH THE STAN TRACEY OCTET: Souvenir program.
London Jazz Centre Society 1978 First Edition Original Wraps Near Fine 
12pp; several illus from photographs. Includes a 2-1/2-page essay on Gil Evans and his music, by Charles Fox; a history of the Jazz Centre Society; programme notes on The Stan Tracey Octet; and lists of musicians and their instruments in The Orchestra and The Octet. 11.75" x 8.25" 
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653 Everett, Edward THE GREAT ISSUES NOW BEFORE THE COUNTRY: An Oration by Edward Everett, delivered at the New York Academy of Music, July 4, 1861.
NY James G. Gregory 1861 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
48pp. Light chipping to spine. 8" x 5.25" Everett (1794-1865) enjoyed a career as clergyman, teacher and statesman, and spent the final four years of his life orating in support of the Union cause. 
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654 Every day...sheet music EVERY DAY WILL BE SUNDAY WHEN THE TOWN GOES DRY Words and Music by Wm Jerome and Jack Mahoney.
NY Leo Feist 1918 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
4pp, words and music, in part: "Mister Prohibition says John Barleycorn must go, He must fly off with Old Crow and the other brands we know...." 10.5" x 7" The cover shows a well-dressed chap, head in his hands, cigarette in his mouth, and a dog labeled "Rum Hound." 
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655 Fabian, Josephine C. JACKSON HOLE: How to Discover and Enjoy It.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming Grand Teton Lodge Co. 1957 Copyright 1949 Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; 6 illus from photographs, 3 maps. 9" x 6" Laid in are a 12-page brochure on Jackson Hole Preserve and a two-page leaf of miscellaneous information (church services, fish & game regs, guide services in Grand Teton Park, restaurants, transportation, &c.). 
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656 Fabyan, Joshua and Sarah LAND TRANSFER FROM JOSHUA & SARAH FABYAN TO DANIEL MERRILL, SCARBOROUGH, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS [later Maine], 6 MAY 1791: Partly printed, accomplished by hand.
1791 Original manuscript Very Good 
One page, quarto. The Fabyans sold Daniel Merrill a 50.5-acre parcel for two hundred pounds cash. The land is described as lying on the road to Bideford, bounded by the property of Richard King's heirs and that of Rev. Benjamin Chadwick, &c., &c. Signed by Joshua and Sarah Fabyan, witnessed by Joseph and George Fabyan, docketed on the verso by Elias Merrill, Recorder of Deeds. 12.5" x 7.75" Joshua Fabyan (1742-1799) married Sarah Brackett Fabyan (1740-1820) on 9 January 1766 in Scarborough where they were born. Joshua Fabyan served as a Judge in the Court of Common Pleas. He was descended on his mother's side from George Cleeve, the first settler in Portland, Maine. ~~ Situate on the southern coast of Maine, Scarborough was incorporated by the Massachusetts General Court in 1658, and remained within the boundaries of the Commonwealth until March 15, 1820 when Maine was granted statehood. 
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657 Fahey, James C. THE SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT OF THE UNITED STATES FLEET: War Edition.
NY Ships and Aircraft 1942 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
64pp; illus throughout from photographs. Figures of strength are as of December 1, 1941. War losses are indicated by crosses [as of] May 6, 1942. Information not readily available to the enemy has been excluded. 9.25" x 6" 
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658 Fairbanks, Charles B. MY UNKNOWN CHUM "AGUECHEEK": With a foreword by Henry Garrity.
NY Devin-Adair 1923 Revised Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
pp: xii, 378. 7.5" x 5.25" First published in 1859, this work recounts the American author's travels in London, Belgium, Italy and France. Included are essays on his philosophy of foreign travel, street life, hard up in Paris, theatre alley, girlhood and girls, &c. [Smith, American Travellers Abroad, F3: "This is a charming travel book by a sophisticated traveler who roamed the continent in the 1850s. His highly personal narrative sweeps the reader into enthusiasm, whether the author is describing sights or elaborating on aspects of travel."] 
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659 Fairy-belle.sheet music FAIRY-BELLE: Song. Foster's Melodies No. 41. Written and Composed by Stephen C. Foster
NY, &c. Firth, Pond et al (1859). 1859 Soft cover 
Faint dampmark at corner; else in very good condition. 12.75" x 9.5" 6pp First published in 1859. Comprises three verses and a chorus. In part: "The pride of the village, and the fairest in the dell, Is the queen of my song, and her name is Fairy-Belle .". Illustrated by scrollwork frame on cover. Early Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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660 Fairy-belle.sheet music FAIRY-BELLE: Song. Foster's Melodies No. 41. By Stephen C. Foster
NY / Pittsburgh Firth, Pond / H. Kleber (1859). 1859 1st Edition Soft cover 
Removed; dampmark at corner; else in good condition. 13.25" x 10.25" 6pp First published in 1859. Comprises three verses and a chorus. In part: "The pride of the village, and the fairest in the dell, Is the queen of my song, and her name is Fairy-Belle .". Illustrated by scrollwork frame on cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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661 Falling....sheet music FALLING RAIN BLUES Words and music by Jimmie Skinner.
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1951 First Edition Fine 
2pp, printed side-by-side, words and music, in part: "When I woke up this morning, Lord, looked out at the falling rain My good gal she had left me .... I turned my face back to the wall and cried with the falling rain." 9" x 6" 
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662 FANNY. Sheet music (3) from this Broadway show. Songs: I Have To Tell You; Never Too Late For Love; Restless Heart. Music and lyrics by Harold Rome.
NY Chappell 1954 Early editions Original Wraps Very Good 
Music and lyrics to three songs from this musical starring Ezio Pinza and Walter Slezak. 12" x 9" 
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663 Farewell My...sheet music FAREWELL MY LILLY DEAR: Plantation Melody as Sung by Christy's Minstrels. Written & Composed by Stephen C. Foster
NY Firth, Pond [ca. 1850s]. 1850 Printed self-wraps 
Spine reinforced and near very good condition. 13.75" x 10.5" 6pp First published in 1851. Comprises four verses and a chorus. In part: ".I'se gwine to roam the wide world In lands I've never hoed, With nothing but my banjo To cheer me on the road.". Illustrated by embellished title on cover. Tenth Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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664 Farewell My.sheet music FAREWELL MY LILLY DEAR: Plantation Melody as Sung by Christy's Minstrels. Written & Composed by Stephen C. Foster
NY Firth, Pond (1851). 1851 Soft cover 
Spine reinforced and in very good condition. 13.75" x 10.5" 6pp First published in 1851. Comprises four verses and a chorus. In part: ".I'se gwine to roam the wide world In lands I've never hoed, With nothing but my banjo To cheer me on the road.". Illustrated by embellished title on cover. Tenth Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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665 Farewell Old.sheet music FAREWELL! OLD COTTAGE. By Stephen C. Foster. Dedicated to Mrs. Harry Woods
NY Firth, Pond (1851). 1851 Soft cover 
Pictorial covers and contents in very good condition. 13.5" x 10" 6pp First published in 1851. Comprises three verses. In part: "Farewell! old cottage, You and I must part: I leave your faithful shelter With a poor breaking heart .". Illustrated by Sarony & Major cover litho. later printing edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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666 Favreau, J. Arthur LE GRANDE SEMAINE: Fetes du Troisieme Centenaire de la Decouverte du Lac Champlain.
Worcester, Massachusetts Compagnie de Publications Belisle 1909 First Edition Original Cloth Fine 
pp: 194, (2); text illus from photographs, two maps on tissue paper. 9" x 6" Celebrates Samuel Champlain's discovery of the Great Lake named for him. 
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667 Felder, Louis E. EL DORADO. Music Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Louis F. Bush. Directed by Tom Tyrrell
San Francisco Bohemian Club 1977 First Edition Hardcover Fine 
Collector's bookplate on endpaper. pp: xiv,58,(9); frontispiece. This 72nd Grove Play of the Bohemian Club, an adventure story re the 1849 gold rush, was printed by Lawton & Alfred Kennedy. 9.5" x 6.25". 
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668 Felicani, Aldino, editor CONTROCORRENTE: Rivista di Critica e di Battaglia. Vol. XV, No. 1 (New Series #7), July-August 1958.
Boston Aldino Felicani 1958 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; 6 illus from drawings and photographs, including three of Sacco and Vanzetti. 9" x 6" Text in Italian. This issue of "Countercurrent," the magazine of anarchist thought, contains 13 pages devoted to the Sacco-Vanzetti case, along with writings on other causes. 
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669 Ferber, Edna and others THE CLINKER AND SOME OTHER CHILDREN
NY National Child Labor Committee 1914 First Edition Original Wraps Good 
62pp; illus from photographs and Grimball drawings; spine worn, old lyceum stamps on cover. 9" x 6" Contains stories and verse about "the essential tragedy of child labor" by Ferber, Elbert Hubbard, Laura Benet, Stella Perry, et al. 
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670 Ferguson, Maynard and others HAROLD DAVISON PRESENTS "TOP BRASS": Featuring Maynard Ferguson and his Anglo-American Orchestra; The "Doc" Cheatham - Benny Morton Quintet; The Bob Brookmeyer - Clark Terry Quintet; The Nat Pierce Trio with Jake Hanna and Eddie Jones.
London Animated Graphic 1967 First Edition Original Wraps Fine 
18pp; illus from photographs. Contains Benny Green's programme notes on all the musicians named above, along with full-page and candid photos of them. In addition to the brass players, four sax men mellowed the concert: Ronnie Scott, Ronnie Ross, Danny Moss, and Art Ellefson. Quite an aggregation! 
Price: 65.00 USD
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671 Fessenden, Samuel THE CONSPIRACY: A TRAGEDY IN FOUR ACTS [original manuscript]
1880s Original manuscript Cloth-backed boards Good 
145pp. Very neatly written in sepia ink into a copybook with Harvard Cooperative Society cover label. Cloth spine wormed, joints and hinges holding. 8" x 6.5" This original drama, set in the Napoleonic era, centers on a royalist conspiracy to remove Napoleon from power. The author describes himself as "a graceless sinner with scarce sufficient cash to buy a dinner" and says that his play is "the production of a summer day / that t'ain't expected that a college boor / should write like Congreve, or like Otway poor...." In his Epilogue to the Conspiracy, "written by the author and spoken in the character of Rosey," Fessenden apologizes to the ladies for boring them, &c., &c. The author, Samuel Fessenden, was a member of a prominent Maine family. 
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672 Fewkes, J. Walter TYPES OF PREHISTORIC SOUTHWESTERN ARCHITECTURE
Worcester American Antiquarian Society 1917 First book edition Original Wraps Near Fine 
18pp. 9.75" x 6.25" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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673 Field, Henry M. AMONG THE HOLY HILLS
NY Charles Scribner's Sons 1888 Fourth Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
243pp; color map. 8.25" x 5" [Smith, American Travellers Abroad, F11: "Gives the panegyric of the man of the cloth having the experience of retracing the footsteps of Jesus in the Holy Land." First published in 1884.] 
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674 Fields, Shep SHEP FIELDS' RIPPLING RHYTHMS: His Own Version of Ten All-time Favorites in Special Piano Arrangements.
NY Mills Music 1937 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
32pp; some pages are misnumbered. Contains piano music for 10 tunes, the original arrangement of each precedes the Shep Fields' Rippling Rhythm arrangement. Included are: Ain't Misbehavin; Dinah; Stormy Weather; Just Try to Picture Me Down Home in Tennessee; Mary Lou; Broadway Rose; and four more. 12" x 9" 
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675 Fincher, Shorty and Sallie SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF SHORTY & SALLIE FINCHER AND THE PRAIRIE PALS
York, PA Radio Station WORK Circa 1949 Near Fine 
10" x 8" black-and-white photo, signed in pencil on the verso by Sallie Fincher, Noodles, and Slim. Fincher was born in 1899 in Iukia, Mississippi. His "Prairie Pals" were heard over WORK Radio from York, Pennsylvania. Later, they were star attractions at Valley View Park in Hellam, PA. 
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676 First Aid Syrup THIRSTY? NATURE IS CALLING FOR HELP... DRINK FIRST AID...Kola Concentrate...
Hazleton, PA First Aid Syrup 1900 Fine 
Broadside. Includes the recipe for making Kola for medicinal purposes. Coca Cola was invented in 1886 and other cola products followed. 5.25" x 8.25" 
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677 Fischer, Heinrich STONE IMPLEMENTS OF ASIA. From Proceedings of American Antiquarian Society, April 30, 1884
Worcester, MA Printed by Charles Hamilton 1884. 1884 1st Edition Soft cover 
Printed covers and contents near fine condition. 9.75" x 5.75" 29pp Fischer, an expert on prehistoric stone celts and implements, reports on late-19th-century discoveries in the field. Illustrated by 18 drawings in text. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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678 Fisher, W.H. and W.R. Kelly and L.D. Odhner PHILADELPHIA-MADE GOODS EXHIBITION: September 8th to 13th, 1919, First Regiment Armory, Broad & Callowhill Streets, Philadelphia, Penna.
Philadelphia Exhibition Committee 1919 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; occasional illus from photographs. The cover shows Betsy Ross making the stars and stripes; pencilled notes on cover. 9" x 6" Articles include: The Knights Templar Conclave; The Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce; Philadelphia--City of Homes; The World's Greatest Workshop; Philadelphia's Amusements; along with the list of about 70 exhibitors. [Not recorded in OCLC. Not at PPL.] 
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679 Fitch, Edwin A. EDWIN A. FITCH'S BOOK ABOUT EMBROIDERIES AND LACES: Catalogue L, 1906-07.
NY Edwin A. Fitch 1906 First Edition Decorative Wraps Very Good 
pp: 90, (2) order blank; text illus throughout from photos and drawings of lace patterns and garments. 9" x 6" Includes descriptions, specifications and prices. 
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680 Fitz, R.H. and others MEMORIAL TO MAURICE HOWE RICHARDSON, December 31st, 1851 to July 31st, 1912
Boston Published by the author 1913 First Edition Printed Stiff Wrappers Very Good 
30pp. 9" x 6" Richardson was Surgeon-in-Chief at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Moseley Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School. [WorldCat locates only the Columbia U and Harvard U copies.] 
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681 FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE (1990) Full-color poster for the original London production of this musical by Clarke Peters -- Featuring Louis Jordan's Greatest Hits: At the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave, London WI.
London, England Dewynters PLC (1990) First Edition Fine 
Broadside, depicting a jump band modeled on Louis Jordan's Tympany Five. "A Joyous Walloping Hit!" (The Guardian). "Cameron Mackintosh presents The Theatre Royal Stratford East Production...." "The joint never stops jumpin'!" (Time Out). 20" x 12.5" This show was based on Louis Jordan's 1943 musical short of the same name. It debuted in London in 1990, heralded by this poster, and opened on Broadway in 1992. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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682 Five Satins PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE FIVE SATINS: Popular Rhythm & Blues Do-wop Group of the 1950s.
NY Shaw Artists Corp. Circa 1950s Original edition Fine 
10" x 8" glossy photo by James J. Kriegmann, NY, captioned "5 Satins - Ember Records." The Five Satins, now in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, got together in New Haven in 1954: Lead-singer Fred Parris, Lou Peebles, Stanley Dortch, Ed Martin and Jim Freeman. Dortch and Peebles left the group, Al Denby entered, and they recorded "In the Still of the Night," a 1956 teenage anthem for which they are perhaps best known. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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683 Flandrau, Grace THE STORY OF MARIAS PASS
Great Northern Railway First Edition Printed Stiff Wrappers Very Good 
pp: 22, (1); portrait of John F. Stevens, explorer of Marias Pass; six other illus, route map on final leaf. 9" x 6" Marias Pass cuts through the Rocky Mountains on the southern boundary of Glacier National Park. The Great Northern Railway ran from St. Paul to Seattle, the only privately funded transcontinental railroad in US history. 
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684 Flat...sheet music THE FLAT FOOT FLOOGIE. Words and music by Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart, and Bud Green.
NY Green Bros. & Knight 1938 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "There's a new killer diller There's a new harlem thriller A new way to ruin the rugs A new dance for `Jitter Bugs'...." The front cover features sketches of dancers and musicians. On the back cover is a long essay, "What Is A.S.C.A.P.?" by E.C. Mills. 12" x 9" This jazz standard was recorded in 1938 by Slim & Slam, Benny Goodman & His Orchestra, Wingy Manone & His Orchestra,The Mills Brothers, and Fats Waller; and it was recorded later by Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Nat King Cole, Bunny Berigan, Jimmy Rushing, Charlie Parker, Django Reinhardt, and others. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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685 Fleck, Bela and others. AN EVENING WITH BELA FLECK AND THE FLECKTONES [poster]: September 14th...Roseland Theater....
Portland, OR Roseland Theater circa 1990 First Edition Fine 
This striking concert poster, printed in black on dayglow-green stock, features a performance photo of the group. 17" x 11" Banjo virtuoso Fleck and his band formed in 1988, combining bluegrass and jazz into a "progressive bluegrass" sound, featuring both types of music on records and on tour. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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686 Fleming, Judy, editor THE COUNTRY HOTLINE MAGAZINE, Vol. 12 [actually number 12, published monthly]. Where the Action Is in Country Music!
Fort Worth, Texas Tom Fleming 1975 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; frequent illustrations from photographs, with Johnny Cash and June Carter on the cover. 11" x 8.5" This issue features: Johnny Cash & June Carter; Shirley Jackson; Johnny Rodriguez; Waylon Jennings; Roy Clark & Buck Trent; Jean Shepard; and others. Regular columns include: Country Truckin' News; Grapevine Opry; Truckers Mix & Match; &c. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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687 Flint, Tommy COUNTRY GUITAR PICKIN'
Kirkwood, Missouri Mel Bay 1972 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; photo-portrait of Flint. 11.75" x 8.75" Describes how to play the "Country Shuffle" and other guitar rhythms, then gives instructions for picking 15 c&w favorites. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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688 Florida PICTORIAL GUIDE THROUGH FLORIDA: Greetings from Florida, "The Land of Sunshine"
Chicago Curt Teich 1946 First Edition Original Wrappers Fine 
32pp. Contains 31 views in color, detailed captions. 5.5" x 8" This viewbook includes the original, pictorial mailing envelope, unused. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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689 Florida FLORIDA VACATION GUIDE
Tallahassee Florida Development Commission 1958 First Edition Pictorial cover Fine 
98pp, index; illus from photographs, maps. Considers nine regions of Florida and describes the sights, cities, and geography of each. An appendix gives information on Florida's climate, lodgings, fishing and hunting, transportation, industry, living costs, golfing, etc. Laid in is a four-page brochure of Information and Rates for Florida State Parks. 7" x 4.75" 
Price: 10.00 USD
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690 Florida GROUP OF FIVE BROCHURES FOR TOURISTS RELATING TO THE FLORIDA QUADRICENTENNIAL, 1559-1959
Pensacola, Silver Springs, etc. various publishers 1959 Fine 
Five brochures; illus from photographs, maps. Titles: Florida Flag, Seal, Song Bird, Flower, Tree; Silver Springs.Underwater Fairyland; Florida's Finest Attractions; Florida's State Parks Invite You; Clearwater Florida and Its Glorious Beaches. 4" x 9" 
Price: 15.00 USD
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691 Florida Land Promotion LOWEST RATES OF THE YEAR / SPECIAL EXCURSIONS (SUTHERLAND, McCONNEL & CO.) VIA THE LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE CENTRAL OF GEORGIA, GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA, AND ATLANTIC COAST LINE TO FLORIDA / THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY EVER OFFERED THE HOMESEEKER AND INVESTOR: Manless Land for the Landless Man....
Bucyrus, Ohio / Indianapolis Auck Bros. / Pivot City Press circa 1900 Original edition Good 
[text continues] "...we will show you land that is making $1,000.00 per acre, per annum, in money crops. Land just like it can be bought for $15.00....Florida, The Land of Sunshine, The Land of Fine Crops, The Land of Citrus Fruits...Pineapples, Pears...Fertility and Prosperity... Health, Flowers and Good Fortune...Cool Nights. Fine Winters. Mild Summers....1,000,000 Acres to Choose From....Special Tourist Sleeping Cars....Clifford Greve, General Manager... Frank P. Torrence, District Manager...Auck Bros., Special Agents...." Broadside, printed in black ink on tan stock; some wear at folds and margins, no text loss. 35" x 12" [WorldCat locates only the Duke U holding of this broadside.] 
Price: 250.00 USD
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692 Florida Transportation Co. GLASS TOP - AIR CONDITIONED - GREATER MIAMI TOUR ... $2.00 - 50 MILES: Sightseeing Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah, Miami Spgs, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove....
Miami Florida Transportation Co. Circa 1954 Original edition Very Good 
Broadsheet on card stock with photo of glass-top bus. Slight age tanning. 9.5" x 4" The itinerary names 64 points of interest. A second trip is detailed on the back of this card. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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693 Flower, B.O. WHITTIER: PROPHET, SEER AND MAN
Boston Arena Publishing 1896 First Edition Original Cloth Good 
pp: viii, 160; portrait; tops of few pages jammed. An adoring life of Whittier, who "preserved from youth to silver age the soul of a child" and led a "pure Quaker life." 8.25" x 5.25" 
Price: 10.00 USD
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694 Flower, John MOONLIGHT SERENADE: A Bio-discography of the Glenn Miller Civilian Band
New Rochelle Arlington House 1972 0870001612 First Edition Original c`loth Very Good Very Good Jacket Illus from Photographs 
pp: xxii, 554; frontispiece, 68pp illus from photographs. This definitive, scholarly work traces the Glenn Miller band from the mid-1930s through the last show in 1942, ten days before Miller joined the Army Air Force. It includes the physical layout of the recording sessions and the broadcasts, a summary of the band's position in the "Down Beat" and "Metronome" polls, index of tunes, index of personnel, etc. 9.25" x 6.25". 
Price: 75.00 USD
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695 Foley, Clyde (Ramblin' Red) RED FOLEY'S HOMESPUN HITS
NY Home Folks Music 1949. 1949 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 40pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, chord symbols and frames for 15 songs performed by Red Foley. Titles include: Tennessee Saturday Night; Waltz of the Alamo; Tennessee Border; Blues in My Heart; East to Please; and 10 more. Illustrated by 8 full-page photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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696 Foley, Clyde Red RED FOLEY'S COWBOY SONGS & MOUNTAIN BALLADS: Deluxe Edition.
Chicago M.M. Cole 1940 First Edition Original Wraps Good + 
96pp; 17 illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 91 songs, including: A Rollin' Stone on the Road; Barn Yard Rag; Born to the Saddle; Covered Wagon Trails; Drifting Buckaroo; Headin' for A Weddin' in the Rockies; I'd Rather Be A Cowboy; Me and My Pinto Pal; My Daddy Was A Cowboy; Rodeo Sweetheart; and 81 more. 12" x 9" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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697 Foner, Philip S. AMERICAN LABOR SONGS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: songbook with record.
Urbana University of Illinois Press 1975 0252001877 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Jacket 
pp: xvii, 356, index. Contains lyrics to more than 550 songs and ballads of American labor. 11.25" x 8.5" Laid in is the original vinyl recording of labor songs which was issued with this book. Also laid in is a four-page flyer, "Songs for Rebel Workers," printed by the IWW. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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698 Foran, Dick DICK FORAN'S SONG FOLIO NUMBER 1: 20 Original Western Song Classics by Dick Foran and Fleming Allan.
Hollywood Cross Music 1943 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
pp: 48, (2); photo-portrait. Contains words, music and guitar chords to 20 songs, including: Rainbow Over The Range; Cow Town Hoe Down; Hifalutin' Cowboy; Poor Old Bill; Hard Luck Cowboy; The Road To Santa Fe; and 14 more. 11.75" x 8.75" The biographical sketch inside the cover states that Dick Foran was born John Nicholas Foran in Flemington, New Jersey, the son of a former state lieutenant-governor. John (Dick) attended the Hun School and Princeton University before signing on as a vocalist in a swing band. Then on to Hollywood, where he first starred as a singing cowboy in "Moonlight on the Prairie" (1935), earning the title of "Hollywood's Original Singing Cowboy." 
Price: 45.00 USD
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699 Forbes, Rosita FROM RED SEA TO BLUE NILE: A THOUSAND MILES OF ETHIOPIA. With a foreword by Field Marshal Viscount Allenby.
NY Lee Furman 1935 Second edition Decorative Cloth Very Good 
386pp; 59 illus from photographs. 9" x 6" "Rosita Forbes went everywhere, saw everything....The journey `From Red Sea to Blue Nile' was a journalistic venture: she took with her a cameraman and together they mapped 1,100 miles on mule-back...." (Robinson, Wayward Women, pp. 91-92) 
Price: 35.00 USD
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700 Forest Service, U.S.D.A. PUBLIC CAMPGROUNDS ON THE NATIONAL FORESTS IN CALIFORNIA
USDA Forest Service 1953 Revised Edition Original wraps Very Good 
81pp; map. Details all the 1953 facilities within the national forests of California: toilets, tables, stoves, water, fishing, etc. 8" x 5" 
Price: 10.00 USD
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