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601 Dengler, Bill and Sandy BARN SOCIAL: The Barn Dances from the Pioneer Yosemite History Center Saturday Night Barn Socials
Mariposa, CA Mariposa Gazette Print 1978 First Edition Spiral-bound Wraps Very Good 
31pp. Includes: Basic Movements; The Great Circle Dances; The Contra Dance; The Square Dances; and Fillers (Locomotive, Hokey Pokey, &c.). 11" x 8.5" 
Price: 20.00 USD
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602 Denig, Ludwig THE PICTURE-BIBLE OF LUDWIG DENIG: A Pennsylvania German Emblem Book. Translated and edited by Don Yoder.
NY Hudson Hills Press 1990 1555950345 First Edition Hardcover 
Books and slipcase in fine condition. 7.75" x 9" two volumes pp:(188)+(276) The two volumes are protected in the publisher's gilt-stamped, pictorial slipcase. Published in association with the Museum of American Folk Art and the Pennsylvania German Society, these handsome volumes trace the history of emblem books and reproduce Ludwig Denig's picture-bible in rich color plates. Denig's work combines the familiar qualities of Pennsylvania German fraktur with characters from the Bible clothed in 18th-century garments. Very attractive. Illustrated by 270pp of color plates. First Edition. Binding is original cloth. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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603 Dennison, A.C. and Sarah B Coolidge CELEBRATION OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ORGANIZATION OF THE LADIES' CHARITABLE SOCIETY, LEICESTER, MASS., SEPT. 21, 1882
Worcester Press of Charles Hamilton 1882 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
28pp. Tiny chip from lower corner of cover. 9.5" x 5.75" WorldCat finds only two locations of this pamphlet. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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604 Dent Hardware Co. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF IRON TOYS
Fullerton, PA Dent Hardware Co. ca. 1910 First Edition Original Wraps Fine 
39pp; illustrations throughout text. 10" x 7" This trade catalog shows and briefly describes more than 200 iron toys: locomotives and trains, horse-drawn trucks and fire engines, steamboats, horse-drawn police patrols, ice wagons, pony carts, trolley car, plantation cart, etc. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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605 Denver, John JOHN DENVER: BACK HOME AGAIN. Songbook.
NY Cherry Lane Music 1974 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Near Fine 
61pp; five illus from color photos. Contains words and music to 12 songs by John Denver and a few others. 12" x 9" The songs include: Annie's Song; Back Home Again; On The Road; This Old Guitar; and eight more. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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606 Depuy, Henry F. AN EARLY ACCOUNT OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF JESUIT MISSIONS IN AMERICA
Worcester, MA American Antiquarian Society 1921 First book edition Original Wraps Very Good 
21pp; one plate. First published in the AAS Proceedings, April 1920. 9.75" x 6.25" 
Price: 35.00 USD
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607 Derr, Philip Yale SEPIATONE STUDIO PHOTOGRAPH OF A COWBOY IN FULL REGALIA: sheepskin chaps, ten-gallon hat, vest, bandanna, pistol belt, holster and pistol, and holding a small whip.
1880 Very Good Signed
Original photograph, 6.75" x 4.5". Photographer unknown. Signed in ink on the verso: "Philip Yale Derr / Mch 15 - 80." Minor creases. [We find a Philip Derr (1815-1895) buried at Fairview Cemetery in Salida, Colorado, who may or may not be the man in this photograph.] 
Price: 125.00 USD
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608 Descargues, Pierre JACOBSEN: SCULPTURES, 1961-1962
Paris Galerie de France 1963 First Edition Portfolio Very Good 
8pp text, printed in green and sepia on heavy stock; portrait plate of Jacobsen tipped-in, and 11 plates of his sculptures in a flap at the back of the portfolio. 12.5" x 9.5" Limited to 1500 copies, this is number 460. The text, in French, records Descargues' interview with Robert Jacobsen regarding his work. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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609 Dett, R. Nathaniel, editor RELIGIOUS FOLK-SONGS OF THE NEGRO AS SUNG AT HAMPTON INSTITUTE
Hampton, VA Hampton Institute Press 1927 Revised & Enlarged Edition Original Cloth Good 
pp: xxvii, 236, ii, xiii. The blue cloth covers are quite mottled, although the binding is sound and the text block is in very good condition. Includes an Index of Subjects, an Index of Titles, and an Index of First Lines. 9.25" x 6.25" Contains words in dialect and music to 165 African-American folk songs. This expanded edition contains songs published here for the first time as well as a nine-page foreword by the editor. [Work, 435. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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610 Deuss, Ed, editor SONG AND PICTURE BARN DANCE MAGAZINE, Issue No. 1
Chicago Song & Picture Barn Dance Magazine 1947 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good Illus from Photographs 
32pp; illus from photographs throughout text. This inaugural issue features: Duke of Paducah, Roy Rogers, Bob Atcher, Turner Brothers, Burl Ives, Milton Estes, Smiley Burnette, Sunshine Boys, WLS Barn Dance, Red River Dave, Aunt Fanny, Ernest Tubb, Dude Ranch Bucharoos, Bradley Kincaid, and Rex Allen. Also present are the lyrics to 25 cowboy songs. 11" x 8.25". 
Price: 25.00 USD
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611 Deuss, Edmund, editor SONG AND PICTURE BARN DANCE MAGAZINE: Issue #1, August 1947 - Issue #6, February 1948.
Chicago William F. Currie 1947 First Editions Pictorial wraps Very Good 
Six volumes, 32pp per issue; illus throughout from photographs. 10.75" x 8.25" A complete set of this flavorful cowboy-hillbilly music magazine is hard to find. Each issue features a number of early country-western performers and includes words to some of their songs. Included in this set of six issues are: Roy Rogers; Duke of Paducah; Bob Atcher; Smiley Burnette; Red River Dave; Ernest Tubb; Rex Allen; Roy Acuff; Red Foley; Spade Cooley; Hoosier Hot Shots; Salty Holmes; Elton Brit; Eddy Arnold; Slim Bryant; DeZurik Sisters; Bill Boyd; Johnny Bond; Alvino Rey; Cliff Stone; Don Weston; Dale Evans; Tex Williams; Eddie Dean; Bob Wills; Merle Travis; Tex Ritter; Minnie Pearl; Cowboy Copas; Johnny Mack Brown; and others. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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612 DeVeaux, Alexis DON'T EXPLAIN: A Song of Billie Holiday [signed]
NY Harper & Row 1980 0060216298 First Edition Hardcover Fine Fine Jacket Signed
pp: vii, 151; 6 small portraits in text. An unusual biography in the form of lyrics to a long song. This is a presentation copy, inscribed on the title-page: "To Dorothy: with thanks for your support--Alexis Oct 89." 9.25" x 6". 
Price: 30.00 USD
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613 Dichter, Harry HANDBOOK OF AMERICAN SHEET MUSIC: First Annual Issue
Philadelphia Harry Dichter 1947 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good 
100pp; frontispiece, 48 illus from photographs. Dichter catalogs more than 2,000 pieces of 19th-century American sheet music, with prices, arranged by subject and composer. 9" x 6". 
Price: 25.00 USD
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614 Dichter, Harry and Elliott Shapiro EARLY AMERICAN SHEET MUSIC, ITS LURE AND ITS LORE, 1768-1889: Including a Directory of Early American Music Publishers.
NY R.R. Bowker 1941 First Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
pp: xxvii, 287 with index; 32 plates showing sheet-music covers. 10.5" x 7.75" 
Price: 75.00 USD
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615 Dickens, Jimmy "LITTLE" JIMMY DICKENS: Song Folio No. 1
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1949 First edition Original Wraps Very Good 
48pp. Contains words and music to 20 songs performed by Little Jimmy Dickens, along with nine photographs of him onstage as a solo act and backstage with Hank Williams, Red Foley, and other country stars. Song titles include: A-sleepin' At The Foot Of The Bed; I'll Be Back A-Sunday; Oklahoma City; Pennies for Papa; and 16 more. 12" x 8.75" 
Price: 20.00 USD
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616 Dickens, Jimmy "LITTLE" JIMMY DICKENS, Song Folio No. 1.
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1949 First edition Original Wraps Fine Signed
48pp. Contains words and music to 20 songs performed by Little Jimmy Dickens, along with nine illus from photographs of him onstage as a solo act and backstage with Hank Williams, Red Foley, and other country stars. Song titles include: A-sleepin' At The Foot Of The Bed; I'll Be Back A-Sunday; Oklahoma City; Pennies for Papa; and 16 more. 12" x 8.75" 
Price: 30.00 USD
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617 Dickey, Lotus THE LOTUS DICKEY SONGBOOK + SET OF FOUR CASSETTE TAPES: Songbook edited by Nancy C. McEntire and others. Introduction by Dillon Rustin.
Unionville, Indiana Lotus Dickey Music 1995 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
pp: viii, 224; text illus from photographs. Includes a 16-page biography of Dickey, by Rustin. Contains words and music to 101 songs as played by Lotus Dickey, transcribed by Grey Larsen and Janne Henshaw. At the back is a key to the four songbook casette recordings, which are present here. A spiral binding allows the songbook to lay flat when open. 11" x 9" Quinten Lotus Dickey (1911-1989) was a singer-songwriter, fiddler and guitarist from Indiana. The songs here are transcribed in the keys in which Lotus accompanied himself on guitar or fiddle. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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618 Dickinson, Donald C. A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LANGSTON HUGHES, 1902-1967: With a Preface by Arna Bontemps. Second Edition, Revised.
Hamden, CT Archon Books 1972 0208012699 Revised & Enlarged Edition Original Cloth Fine Fine Jacket 
pp: xiii, 273, index; frontispiece portrait of Langston Hughes. 8.75" x 5.5" Tipped in is a checklist update, dated March 1992. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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619 Dickson, Art ART DICKSON'S ORIGINAL SONGS, Folio No. 1: A Diversified Album of 20 Great New Songs.
Hollywood Cross Music 1943 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Near Fine 
52pp; 2 portraits from photographs. Contains lyrics, music, and chord symbols to 20 cowboy songs written by Art Dickson. Titles include: The Texas Polka; Ranch-house Revels; From Arkansas to Tokyo; A Cowboy Love Song; and 16 more. 12" x 9" Dickson, an Oklahoma native, played Tom Mix on the radio program, "Tom Mix Straight Shooters." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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620 Diddley, Bo [Elias Otha Bates, 1928-2008] SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF BO DIDDLEY: Standing in plaid jacket and bow-tie, foot resting on his custom electric guitar. signed boldly in blue ink.
Circa 1970 Original edition Fine 
Black-and-white studio photo, 10" x 8" Bo Diddley was an accomplished r&b guitarist and vocalist who segued into rock n roll. The rectangular guitar shown in this photo was his own technical innovation. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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621 Dillinger, Jacob A. HANDWRITTEN ORDER TO PAY J.W. & R.H. HOUSEL $27.36 FOR "BOATING WITH CANAL SCOW NO. 646" UPPER BLACKS, 24 Nov 1847
Upper Black Eddy, Bucks County, PA 24 November 1847 Original manuscript Good 
One page, written in sepia ink on buff paper; small hole at centerfold. 5.75" x 7.5" Docketed on the verso: "Received Mauch Chunk by the hands of J.A. Dillinger, Fifteen Dollars on the within order." 
Price: 40.00 USD
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622 Dimnet, Ernest (1866-1954, French cleric) Autograph letter signed (ALS) on a postcard dated at Paris, Feb. 11 '38, to a Miss J.G. Bridgman, Woodstown, NJ
Paris, France 1938 Original manuscript Very Good 
Postmarked at Grand Central Annex, NY, Feb. 22, 1938. "...I was born July 9th 1866--yesterday, I assure you! Sincerely, Ernest Dimnet." Dimnet wrote "The Art of Thinking," published in 1930 and still in print. 5.5" x 3.25" 
Price: 20.00 USD
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623 Ditson, Oliver PUBLICATIONS OF THE OLIVER DITSON COMPANY...FOR MILITARY BAND AND ORCHESTRA: Instruction Books, Solos...Violin and Piano, Cornet and Piano, &c., &c.
Boston Oliver Ditson Circa 1891 Original edition Printed self-wraps Very Good 
16pp. 10.5" x 6.75" Lists hundreds of music sheets by instrument and title, along with composer and price. Contains display ads for various instrument makers, music houses, etc. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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624 Ditson, Oliver, publisher WAR SONGS FOR ANNIVERSARIES AND GATHERINGS OF SOLDIERS, To which is added a selection of Songs and Hymns for Memorial Day.
Boston Oliver Ditson 1883 First Edition Pictorial Cover Good + 
96pp, words and music. 10" x 6.5" Contains 53 songs of a military nature. "The choruses of all the songs are arranged for Male Voices." 
Price: 30.00 USD
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625 Ditson, Oliver, publisher THE COMIC SONGSTER: A collection of New Humorous Songs, set to music, and universally sung. To which are added a few standard old comic songs, the whole being a sequel to the celebrated 100 Comic Songs.
Boston Oliver Ditson 1870 First Edition Cloth-backed pictorial boards Good 
62pp [lacking final leaf of text]. Contains words and music to 126 songs [4 lacking with loss of final leaf]. Inner hinges reglued; light wear to covers. 10.25" x 6.75" 
Price: 125.00 USD
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626 Dixie...sheet music THE DIXIE VOLUNTEERS Words and music by Edgar Leslie & Harry Ruby.
NY Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 1917 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
4pp, words and music, in part: "See the folks all arrayed? They're dressed up, for the parade .... Let's all give three cheers, For the Dixie Volunteers, See those great big Southern laddies, Just like their dear old daddies...." 13.5" x 10.5" The cover shows troops marching with rifles. Inset is a photo of Eddie Cantor who introduced this song in Ziegfeld's Follies. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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627 Dixon, Nathan F. and Morrow, Jeremiah BY THE WHIG MEMBERS OF CONGRESS: At a meeting.held in the City of Washington on the 11th September 1841.
Washington US House of Representatives 1841 First Edition Printed self-wraps Very Good 
7pp; unopened, fore-edge ruffled. 9.5" x 6" Whig report on extra session of Congress and "other matters as may exhibit truly the condition of the Whig party & prospects." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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628 Do they...sheet music DO THEY MISS ME AT HOME? As Sung by the Amphions in their Principal Concerts throughout the Country. Music by S.M. Crannis.
Boston Oliver Ditson 1852 First Edition Decorative Cover Very Good 
6pp, The cover features display type within a decorative floral border. Words and music, in part: "Do they miss me at home Do they miss me? Twould be an assurance most dear To know that this moment some loved one Were saying I wish he were here...." Spine reinforced with archival paper tape. 13.5" x 10" The Amphions, a musical group from Cortland County, New York State, took part in The Whole World's Temperance Convention, held in New York City, September 1-2, 1853. From the minutes of the Convention: "...As music was, therefore, eminently appropriate for Temperance demonstrations, the `Amphion Glee Club' should be invited to exercise their vocal talent. The spokesman of the "Amphions" made a small preliminary speech...." 
Price: 50.00 USD
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629 Doe, Isaac DEED TO 400 ACRES OF LAND IN LUZERNE COUNTY, PA, SOLD TO JOSEPH THOMAS OF PHILADELPHIA, FOR FIVE SHILLINGS, 17 October 1794
Philadelphia Printed by Henry Tuckniss 1794 Original Fine Signed
One page, partly printed on laid paper, accomplished by hand in sepia ink. Signed by Isaac Doe and Peter Wistar, docketed on the verso. 13.5" x 8" 
Price: 75.00 USD
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630 Doerflinger, William SHANTYMEN & SHANTYBOYS: Songs of the Sailor & Lumberman.
NY Macmillan 1951 First Edition Original cloth Very Good Good Jacket 
pp: xxiii, 374; 10 plates, several text illus. Contains words and music to "songs that sailors sang aboard deepwater windjammers [and] schooners, and ballads of American and Canadian lumbermen." 10.25" x 7" 
Price: 30.00 USD
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631 Domestic Sewing Machine Co. THE STYLE, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 1886: Published by Fashion Department of Domestic S.M. Co.
NY Domestic Sewing Machine Co. 1886 First Edition Printed self-wrappers Very Good 
4pp; illustrated throughout from engravings of women's fashions. Page three contains a large "Domestic" ad for dress and skirt forms, knitting silk, hand embroideries, etc. Old horizontal fold. 16" x 11.5" [Not seen in OCLC which does include other publications by Domestic Sewing Machine Co.] 
Price: 30.00 USD
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632 Don't be...sheet music DON'T BE CRUEL (To A Heart That's True). Words and Music by Otis Blackwell and Elvis Presley. As Recorded by Elvis Presley on RCA Victor.
Nashville Shalimar Music - Elvis Presley Music 1956 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
4pp, words and music, in part: "You know I can be found sitting home all alone If you can't come around, At least, please telephone. Don't be cruel to a heart that's true...." Prior owner's name on cover. 12" x 9" Written and published by Otis Blackwell and Elvis Presley. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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633 Dooley, Tony and Juanita, and Buddy Durham TONY, JUANITA & BUDDY'S ALBUM OF MOUNTAIN & COWBOY SONGS [signed]
NY Southern Music 1939 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good Signed
24pp. Signed by all three performers in colored inks, above their names on the back cover. Contains words and music to 15 cowboy and hillbilly songs performed by this trio. Titles include: The Utah Trail; Lullaby Yodel; Yodeling Cowboy; Lonely Hobo; and 11 more. Also present are a page of biographical information and a page of chord frames for guitar. Inside the back cover is written: "Regards, Jazzin Johnny Bright." 12" x 9". 
Price: 35.00 USD
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634 Doolittle, James Rood THE CALHOUN REVOLUTION: ITS BASIS AND ITS PROGRESS. Speech of Hon. J.R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin. Delivered in the United States Senate, December 14, 1859.
Washington DC Buell & Blanchard, Printers 1860 First Edition Printed self-wrappers Very Good 
16pp, printed on one broadsheet leaf and folded to octavo. 9.75" x 6" Doolittle (1815-1897) was elected to the Senate as a Republican in 1857 and served until 1869. After Lincoln's death, Doolittle took a stance of no compromise with the slave states. In this speech, he addresses the subject of slavery. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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635 Douglass, Byron J. TWO (2) HANDWRITTEN, CIVIL WAR LETTERS (ALsS) FROM THIS SERGEANT IN CO. B, 97th NEW YORK INFANTRY, TO HIS BROTHER CHARLEY O. DOUGLASS AT WEST LEYDEN, LEWIS COUNTY, NY: [Many phonetic spellings have been corrected for ease of reading.]
1862 Original manuscripts Very Good 
Letter #1, 4-1/2pp, octavo, from HQ, 97th Regt. Caltett Station, Fauqier County, Virginia, June 30, 1862, in part: "I suppose you would like to know what we soldiers are up to now a days. Well we ain't doing much of anything .... I was Sergeant of the Guard yesterday and last night .... There was a fellow died and buried yesterday. He died with the fever .... You wanted to know how Jake Casbacker got along. He is well but says that he rather be at West Leyden, and work on a farm than to be a soldier, for the Rebels might shoot him .... The rest of the boys from there are well and smart and all enjoying ourselves first rate, but we would like it if we could get a chance to fight a little .... Tell Chris that if he goes down the Lea Corners that he must dance with all the pretty gals for me .... [He encloses a Confederate dollar--not present now] If they won't take this money up there rather than Union money, you can send it back to me and I will send you some other for it is just as good as gold here .... Byron J. Douglass" ~~ Letter #2, 4+pp, octavo, from Carver Hospital, Meridian Hill, Ward 14, Washington, DC, Oct. 3, 1862, in part: "... I went over to the Post Office last night and got your letters and then I went up to the sutler's and got a dish of oysters ... first time that I have been out so far ... I laid in bed 4 weeks ... My right leg is almost well...but the other one, that is shot in the knee, that ain't healed up hardly any yet .... The Captain and George Peeles and Adelbert Jones came up to see me yesterday, but they did not stay but a minute .... Mr. Barnard started to come and Nels Felsham and some other boys...but they all went to the Capitol and they got parted there .... Little do they know about soldiering now, and I hope they never will see the times that we have. Charley, if I was home I would tell you some stories that you would think was pretty hard .... If I get so that I can march and do duty again, I guess I shall have to go back to the Regt. and see if I can drop one or two more of them Rebels .... Byron J. Douglass" [Includes one roughly opened envelope, postmarked Washington, stamp removed.] Byron J. Douglass enlisted on September 30, 1861 at Boonsville, NY as a Sergeant, and on the same day was mustered into Company B, 97th NY Infantry Regiment. Douglass was discharged for disability at Washington, DC on Sept. 22, 1862. On March 1, he mustered again into the Unassigned 5th NY Heavy Artillery, and was mustered out at Hart's Island, Westchester County, NY on June 6, 1865. He fought in the battles of Cedar Mountain and Groveton, where he was wounded as described above in his second letter. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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636 Dover, Arnold SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF ARNOLD DOVER: Rhythm and Blues Tour Comedian.
NY Berger, Ross & Steinman Circa 1950s Original edition Very Good Signed
10" x 8" performance photograph, captioned "Arnold Dover," and signed with a flourish in blue ink. Dover worked as a comedian on a number of the rhythm and blues and soul music tours of the 1950s and '60s. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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637 Dow, Charles Mason ANTHOLOGY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NIAGARA FALLS
Albany State of New York 1921 First Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
Two volumes. 1,423pp; 45 plates, 4 maps. This history and annotated bibliography is the standard work on the subject. 9" x 5.75" 
Price: 45.00 USD
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638 Down in...sheet music DOWN IN BOM-BOMBAY Words by Ballard Macdonald. Music by Harry Carroll.
NY Shapiro Bernstein 1915 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "If you're tired of this life, If you're lonely with one wife .... Ev'ry man has got nine wives, Down in Bom-Bombay...." 13.75" x 10.5" The cover by Dunk depicts a harem scene of Indian maidens entertaining a foreign gent. Inset is a photo of Alice Moss. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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639 Down Where.sheet music "DOWN WHERE THE WURZBURGER FLOWS" Words by Vincent P. Bryan. Music by Harry Von Tilzer.
NY Harry Von Tilzer 1902 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: (waltz tempo) "Now poets may sing of the dear Father land, And the soft flowing dreamy old Rhine. But give me some good old Rathskellar at night, Where brilliant electric light shines. Take me down, down, down where the Wurzburger flows, flows, flows. Just order two seidels of lager, or three...." 14" x 11" The cover shows a beer keg with inset photo-illus of four guys singing around a piano, captioned "Empire City Quartette." 
Price: 20.00 USD
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640 Downey, Fairfax INDIAN-FIGHTING ARMY: Illustrated from drawings by Frederic Remington, Charles Schreyvogel and R.F. Zogbaum.
NY Charles Scribner's Sons 1941 First Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
pp: xii, 329 w/index; 42 illustrations, most on plate stock. One leaf at back roughly opened. 9.5" x 6.25" [Howes, USiana Final Edition, D458 (b). Dykes, Fifty Great Western Illustrators, Remington 529, &c.] 
Price: 90.00 USD
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641 Doyle, Arthur Conan THE WORKS OF ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE: The Crowborough Edition in 24 volumes [signed by Doyle]
Garden City Doubleday, Doran 1930 Limited Edition Cloth-backed boards Very Good Signed
24 volumes, octavo; frontispiece portrait in first volume, rubricated title-pages. Bound in linen-backed tan boards, paper spine labels, gilt signature facsimile on covers, top edges gilt. Inner hinge cracked (easily repairable) in Volume I. A clean, tight set. 8.75" x 6" This is #550 of 760 sets, with Volume I signed on the limitation page by A. Conan Doyle. (The limitation notice and set number precede the half-title of each volume.) 
Price: 4000.00 USD
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642 Doyle, William ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR 1882: Manufactured and For Sale to the Trade by William Doyle, Old Eagle Air Furnace....The Only Premium Granted on Stoves since 1873.
Albany, NY Argus Printers 1882 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
8pp; covers and text illus from engravings. Very faint dampmark. 8" x 5.5" Features the "Electric Light" base heater with Doyle's patent turbine screw grate, and improvements for 1882. Contains detailed promotional text and testimonials. The Electric Light Parlor Oven is shown on the back cover. Romaine, American Trade Catalogs, finds only a different title by this company. WorldCat finds only the Hagley Museum copy of our title. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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643 Dreaming...sheet music DREAMING JUST DREAMING Words and Music by Falba Rieden. Arranged by Ted Krause.
San Antonio, Texas Published by the composer 1935 First Edition Printed self-wraps Very Good Signed
4pp, words and music, in part: "Dearest, since you went away, I've been so lonely and blue. But I just dream and so it seems, after all there's no one but you...." 12.25" x 9" Inscribed and signed: "Compliments To / Musical Millers of / Hearts Delight Flour / From / Mrs. Wm. O. Rieden / San Antonio, Texas." With the blue stamp of Liberty Mills, San Antonio. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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644 Dreaming...sheet music DREAMING: Serenade. Words by L.W. Heiser. Music by J. Anton Dailey.
NY Jerome H. Remick 1906 First Edition Printed self-wraps Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Out in the still summers evening Into my heart comes a feeling ....Dreaming, dreaming, of you sweetheart I'm dreaming...." 13.5" x 10.75" Characterized as a beautiful, nostalgic song about love lost. [This sheet music is from the estate of Pulitzer-Prize-winning composer Douglas Moore, with his blotted signature on the cover.] 
Price: 25.00 USD
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645 Dreary...sheet music DREARY WEATHER: University of Pennsylvania Prize Fox-trot Words and music by Clay Boland and Frank Winegar.
NY Clarke & Leslie Songs 1924 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "I used to find sunshine in your loving eyes, We parted then clouds came to darken the skies...." 12" x 9.25" "Featured with Tremendous Success by Waring's Pennsylvanians," with a photo of the band on the cover of this sheet, and inset portraits of Fred and Tom Warng. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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646 Drefs, Charles A. DREF'S HEADACHE POWDERS FOR HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA ... Price 10 Cts ... Each powder contains 3 Grains of Acetanilid ... Contains no Opiates ... Directions for Adults ...
Buffalo, NY Charles A. Drefs 1906 Original edition Near Fine 
Druggist's envelope for pills, unused, 3.5" x 6.5". The text on the front is repeated in German on the back. Drefs was a wholesale and retail druggist in Buffalo at the turn of the last century. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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647 Dregni, Michael DJANGO: The Life and Music of a Gypsy Legend
NY Oxford University Press 2004 019516752X 2nd printing Hardcover Fine Fine Jacket 
pp:(viii), 326, index; 8pp illus from photographs. Dregni's biography offers a definitive portrait of the great guitarist. 9.5" x 6.25". 
Price: 30.00 USD
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648 Driftwood, Jimmie THE WILDERNESS ROAD AND JIMMIE DRIFTWOOD: "New Orthophonic" High Fidelity 33-1/3 rpm recording.
NY RCA Victor 1959 First Edition Pictorial Boards Very Good Very Good Jacket 
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, November 26 and 27, 1958 by Bob Farris. RCA Victor album LPM-1994. Liner notes by Mae Kennedy McCord. 12.25" x 12.25" Contains 12 songs performed by Jimmie Driftwood: Tennessee Stud; Razorback Steak; First Covered Wagon; The Maid Of Argenta; Bunker Hill; Song Of The Cowboys; Peter Francisco; Four Little Girls In Boston; Slack Your Rope; Run Johnny Run; Arkansas Traveler; Damyankee Lad. 
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649 Drurey, Mildred Group of six pieces of Christian sheet music
Dallas, Texas Rainbow Sound 1969 First Editions Pictorial wraps Very Good 
Six titles with words and music by Mildred Drurey of Dallas, published 1969-1970, all with pictorial covers: The Greatest Miracle; He'll Lead You Home; How I Yearn to See Him; Jesus Is the Way; Use Me Lord; Why. 12" x 9". 
Price: 25.00 USD
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650 Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt and others "THE CRISIS": A Record of the Darker Races, Vol. 19, No. 1, November 1919
NY NAACP 1919 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
(32)pp; illus from photographs. Contains pictures and departments as well as a lead article, "The Hope of a Negro Drama" by Willis Richardson. The cover features a photograph by Battey. Pictorial wrappers; signs of light use. 9.75" x 6.75" 
Price: 150.00 USD
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651 Du Pont, Victor Marie JOURNEY TO FRANCE AND SPAIN, 1801. Edited by Charles W. David, Director, Eleutherian Mills Historical Society.
Ithaca, NY Cornell University Press 1961 First Edition Original Cloth Very Good 
pp: xxvi, 144, index; 6 plates, map. Starting in 1787, the author served three French ministers in the US. He returned to Europe in 1798 when American-French relations had deteriorated, and kept this journal of his trip through France and Spain. 
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652 Dubin, Joseph, editor BREWERY AGE, Volume 1, Numbers 1&2, January & February, 1933
Chicago Brewery Age Publ Co. 1933 First Editions Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
66pp (17pp text, followed by blanks, ad-layout diagrams, and six ads) + 46pp (text, ads, and an elaborate centerfold in full color showing beer labels made by the Imperial Lithographing Co.). 11.5" x 8.5" The inaugural issue contains an editorial which begins: "Beer--real beer--is coming back! Wet sentiment that has been growing increasingly stronger during the last few years and finally culminated in a 'landslide' on November 8th for the political party with a 'soaking wet' platform must soon be recognized. It is now only a question of time until the Volstead Act is modified...." Other articles in issue #1 (actually a prospectus for advertisers) are: "When Beer Comes Back"; "A Statement Relating to the Relegalization of Beer" by August A. Busch; "Beer and Light Wines for This Year's Christmas." The back cover is an ad for the manufacture of beer barrels by Verdi Bros. Cooperage Co., Hoboken, N.J. ~~ Issue #2 includes an editorial and a number of articles, including: "Modification of Federal Prohibition"; Beer Trade Marks; Packaging Beer; Chicago to Maintain Beer Position; etc. The back cover is an ad for The Tankard--Made of Solid Copper by West Bend Aluminum Co. [OCLC locates only four holdings of these first two issues: UCal-Davis, UChicago, Linda Hall and Milwaukee County Library. The NYPL holdings begin with Volume Two. This journal later merged with Modern Brewer to become Modern Brewery Age.] 
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653 DuBois, W.E.B. and others AMERICA'S RACE PROBLEMS: Addresses at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, April 12-13, 1901.
Philadelphia AAPSS 1901 First Edition Original Wrappers Good 
This special annual-meeting number of the Annals of the AAPSS (Vol. XVIII, No. 1, Whole No. 65, July 1901) precedes the trade edition. 187pp. Wrappers chipped at edges and along spine; several library rubber-stamps, no other markings. A complete copy of a fragile book. 9.5" x 6" This collection of addresses on race problems includes a 20-page address by W.E.B. DuBois, "The Relation of the Negroes to the Whites in the South." Also present: "The Causes of Race Superiority" by E. A. Ross; "The Race Problem at the South" by Col. H. A. Herbert; "The Relation of the Whites to the Negroes" by G. T. Winston; "The Races of the West Indies" by O.H. Platt; &c. 
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654 Duchossoir, A.R. THE FENDER STRATOCASTER: The Success Story of a Legendary Guitar, Born and Made in California
Milwaukee Hal Leonard 1989 088188880X First US Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good Illus from Photographs 
Revised edition with 8pp in color. Special foreword by Eric Clapton. "All there is to know about the Stratocaster and its detailed evolution since 1954." Laid into this example is a 12-page, full-color catalog of G&L Guitars & Basses, "handcrafted for musicians in Fullerton, California." 12" x 9". 
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655 Dumont, J.L. Engraved advertising letter, announcing his office in New York City for the transaction of business as a Broker, Nov. 1, 1860
New York City J.L. Dumont 1860. 1860 Signed
Old folds, else in very good condition. 8" x 5" one page Printed on a folded leaf, signed on the verso by J.L. Dumont. Dumont set himself up at No. 20 Exchange Place as a "Broker in Foreign Exchange, Negotiating Business Paper, and for the Purchase and Sale of Stocks, Bonds, &c., on Commission." A list of references follows. Original edition. Binding is not bound. 
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656 Dunbar, Paul Laurence CANDLE-LIGHTIN' TIME. Illustrated with Photographs by the Hampton Institute Camera Club, and decorations by Margaret Armstrong.
NY Dodd, Mead 1901 First Edition Decorative Cloth Very Good 
127pp; illus from photographs on versos of all leaves, with Dunbar's black-dialect poetry and elaborate page decorations on all facing rectos. Bound in green cloth, elaborate cover and spine decorations in red, white, and gilt; top edges gilt. 8.75" x 5.75" [BAL 4937: Blanck's title-page A, printed in black and red; and with first-edition statement on copyright page.] 
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657 Dunninger, Joseph THE ART OF THOUGHT READING
Highland Park, IL Clark Publishing 1962 Second Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
42pp; text illus from photographs. 11.5" x 8.75" Comprises a series of 12 lessons by Dunninger in "How to Become A Thought Reader." The back cover is occupied by a large photo-portrait of Dunninger. 
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658 Dwight, Edwin Welles MEMOIRS OF HENRY OBOOKIAH, A NATIVE OF OWHYHEE, and a member of the Foreign Mission School; who died at Cornwall, Conn. Feb, 17, 1818, aged 26 years: Bound with four other titles.
Elizabethtown, NJ Edson Hart / J&E Sanderson, Printers 1819 First Edition Full Calf Good 
pp: 104; 32; 33; 10; 10. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Obookiah. Spotty foxing throughout. Bound in old calf, gilt spine rules, black leather label. 5.5" x 3.5" Bound with: A Sermon Delivered at the Funeral of Henry Obookiah..., by Lyman Beecher, 1819; A Sermon Delivered at the Inauguration of the Rev. Hermon Daggett as Principal of the Foreign Mission School..., by Joseph Harvey, 1819; An Inauguration Address..., by Herman Daggett, 1819; The Inaugural Address, by John Treadwell. [American Imprints 47859, etc. Felcone, New Jersey Books, 610.] 
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659 Dye, Eva Emery THE CONQUEST: The True Story of Lewis and Clark.
Chicago A.C. McClurg 1902 First Edition Decorative Cloth Very Good 
pp: (xi), 443; frontispiece portrait of "Judith." Prior owner's signature on front pastedown. Original gray cloth with Indian-head devices on cover and spine. 8" x 5.25" [WorldCat entries confirm that this is a work of fiction.] 
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660 Dykema, Peter W. TWICE 55 GAMES WITH MUSIC: The Red Book.
Boston C.C. Birchard 1924 First edition Original Wraps Near Fine 
48pp. Contains the words, music and directions for playing 110 song games. 8.5" x 5.5" 
Price: 20.00 USD
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661 Dykes, Jeff FIFTY GREAT WESTERN ILLUSTRATORS: A Bibliographic Checklist.
Flagstaff Northland Press 1975 0873581148 First Edition Original Cloth Fine Fine Jacket Signed
pp: xiv, 457; 13 color plates, many b&w illustrations. 11.75" x 9" Inscribed and signed by Jeff Dykes: "For Bob--35 years in the making and you are the judge of whether I wasted my time! The best of the compiler--Jeff." Contains more than 6,000 entries -- some 1,400 on Frederic Remington alone. 
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662 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS
NY M. Witmark & Sons (1967). 1967 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 32pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, chords and frames to the 12 songs in Dylan's Greatest Hits album. Titles include: Pagan Love Song; Lovely Hula Hands; Manuela Boy; King Kamehameha; Maori Brown Eyes; Kalua Lullaby; and 23 more. Illustrated by photo-portrait on cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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663 Dylan, Bob THE SONGS OF BOB DYLAN: from 1966 through 1975
NY Knopf/Cherry Lane 1978. 1978 0394408888 1st Edition Hardcover 
Book and slipcase in very good condition. 12.75" x 10.25" 383pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment and guitar chords for 121 Dylan songs, with title-and-first-line index. This is a nice copy of the true first edition in the original, pictorial slipcase. Illustrated by photo-portrait at front. First Edition. Binding is spiral/boards. 
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664 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN: DON'T LOOK BACK. All the Great Bob Dylan Songs from the Smash Documentary Movie plus...
NY M. Witmark & Sons (1967). 1967 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 39pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, chord symbols and frames to 13 original songs. .plus never before published manuscript "Love Is Just A Four Letter Word" [in facsimile of Dylan's handwritten manuscript] as sung by Joan Baez. Titles include: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right; It's Alright Ma; Maggie's Farm; Subterranean Homesick Blues; Talkin' World War III Blues; and eight more. Illustrated by 4pp photos from the film. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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665 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN BIOGRAPH
NY CBS 1985 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
35pp; text illus from photographs. Laid into this colorful presentation of Dylan's early career are ten pages of printed notes on individual songs that he wrote. 12" x 12". 
Price: 35.00 USD
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666 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN: A COLLECTION
NY M. Witmark & Sons (1966). 1966 1st Edition Soft cover 
Few signs of light use, else in very good condition. 11" x 8.5" (65)pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, guitar chords and frames to 23 Dylan songs. Titles include: Bob Dylan's Blues; Hero Blues; Let Me Die in My Footsteps; Outlaw Blues; Rocks and Gravel; and 18 more. At front is a four-page piece by Paul Williams, "Understanding Dylan.". Illustrated by 8 illus from photographs. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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667 Dylan, Bob SHOT OF LOVE
NY Special Rider Music (1981). 1981 1st Edition Soft cover 
Illustrated paper covers and contents in fine condition. 12" x 9" 56pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames to nine Dylan songs. Includes: Dead Man, Dead Man; Every Grain of Sand; Lenny Bruce; Shot of Love; and five more. Illustrated by 8pp illus from photographs. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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668 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN: SELF PORTRAIT. Arranged by Joe Abbe. Edited by Dan Fox. Book design by Sybil D'Orsi
NY Big Sky Music/Warner Bros. (1970). 1970 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial stiff-paper covers and contents near fine condition. 12" x 9" pp: 71, (1) The cover is a full-bleed, colored self-portrait of Dylan by Dylan. Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and charts to 21 songs, including: All the Tired Horses; Blue Moon; Gotta Travel On; Little Sadie; Living the Blues; Like A Rolling Stone; Minstrel Boy; Woogie Boogie; etc. Illustrated by color and b&w photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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669 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN: TIME OUT OF MIND
NY Special Rider/Amsco (1997). 1997 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in fine condition. 12" x 9" 48pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for 11 Dylan songs. Includes: Love Sick; Dirt Road Blues; Not Dark Yet; Highlands; and seven more. Illustrated by photos on covers, one inside. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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670 Dylan, Bob 12 BOB DYLAN HITS FOR SIX AND TWELVE STRING GUITARS: Playable as Solos, Duets, Trios. Arranged by Roger Edison
NY M. Witmark & Sons (1966). 1966 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 28pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and stroke marks for 12 Bob Dylan songs. Includes: Blowin' in the Wind; A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall; It Ain't Me, Babe; Mr. Tambourine Man; With God on Our Side; and seven more. Illustrated by photo on illustrated cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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671 Dylan, Bob BOB DYLAN
NY Warner Bros. 1974. 1974 1st Edition Soft cover 
Stiff paper covers and contents near fine condition. 12" x 9" 180pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for 71 songs written by Bob Dylan in the early years of his career. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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672 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. 
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673 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. 
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674 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. 
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675 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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676 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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677 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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678 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" 
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679 Dylan, Bob LET IT ROCK: No. 19, April 1974. Magazine edited by John Pidgeon.
London Hanover Books 1974 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
70pp; illus from photographs, centerspread in colors. Number written on cover. 11.5" x 8.5" This Bob Dylan issue also contains: Brinsley Schwarz; Gallagher & Lyle; Jerry Lee Lewis; The Band; Byzantium; A Rock fan's guide to country music; etc. 
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680 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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681 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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682 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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683 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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684 Dylan, Bob PLANET WAVES
NY Ram's Horn Music 1974 First Edition Pictorial boards Fine Fine Bob Dylan 
33-1/3 vinyl lp. Features Bob Dylan on guitar and harmonica, with The Band. Eleven songs: On A Night Like This; Tough Mama; Hazel; Forever Young (two versions); Dirge; You Angel You; etc. Shrinkwrapped and unopened. 12.25" x 12.25". 
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685 Dylan, Bob THE BOB DYLAN COLLECTION
NY Amsco 1990 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good 
96pp. Contains words, music, chord symbols and frames for 23 Dylan songs, including: All Along the Watchtower; Idiot Wind; Knockin' on Heaven's Door; Lenny Bruce; Political World; Stuck Inside of Mobile; and 17 more. Prior owner's signture on first page. 12" x 9". 
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686 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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687 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." 
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688 Earl, Royal and John H. Campbell DEED FOR LAND IN ROCKINGHAM, VERMONT, SOLD BY EARL AND CAMPBELL TO MARILLA STODDER FOR $150, SIGNED 28 SEPTEMBER 1846
Windham County, Vermont not published 1846. 1846 Signed
Partly printed, accomplished in a neat hand; very good condition. 13.75" x 8.5" one leaf Signed by Royal Earl, John H. Campbell, J'than Bolles (Justice of the Peace), and witnessed by Martha Bolles. Docketed on verso. Illustrated by wax seals at bottom. original ms edition. Binding is not bound. 
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689 Early American Industries Association GROUP OF 16 EAIA PRINTED ITEMS
various EAIA 1944 First Editions Original Wraps Very Good 
The 16 items, dated 1944-1973 passim, are: 6 issues of "The Chronicle," an illustrated journal, 1944-1972 passim; 6 membership directories, 1965-1973; four memorabilia from annual meetings at Monroe (NY), Old Sturbridge, and the Essex Institute. "The Chronicle" averages 16 pages per issue and contains well-researched articles on early American industries, with drawings and photos. Various sizes. 
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690 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. 
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691 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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692 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. 
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693 Eddy, Marion, editor "THOUGHT," Vol. III, No. 12, December 1901. Issued monthly by Thought Publishing Co.
Alameda, CA First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
24pp; few illustrated ads. This issue contains: Is Astrology A Science by Dr. J.A. Eichwaldt; About Agnosticism by Rev. George R. Dodson; Some Phases of Hypnotism; El Molino, or The Crimson Light, by Marion Eddy (continued); etc. 8.25" x 5.5" 
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694 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. 
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695 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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696 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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697 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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698 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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699 Elfen.sheet music THE ELFEN WALTZES. For the Piano Forte. Composed & Dedicated to the Emperor & Emperess of Russia, by Joseph Labitzky
Cincinnati W.C. Peters ca. 1850. 1850 Soft cover 
Removed, spine reinforced, trace of foxing, else good condition. 13" x 10" (12)pp Piano music, no lyric. Illustrated by embellished cover title. Early Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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700 Elizabeth.sheet music ELIZABETH SCHOTTISCH. Composed by Harvey B. Dodworth. To Mrs. I.T. Stagg
NY H.B. Dodworth 1851. 1851 Soft cover 
Removed, spine reinforced, and in very good condition. 13" x 10" (6)pp Piano music, no lyric. Illustrated by embellished cover title. Early Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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