Dr. Roger W. Mann

             Included in this sale are materials from the collection of Dr. Roger W. Mann, well-known Vermont collector and longtime family physician.  He was born in Waterville, VT, in 1911, the son of Merritt H. and Cornelia (Stebbins) Mann.  He graduated from Cambridge High School, received his undergraduate degree from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA and went on to graduate from the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He taught pathology at the Medical School and served on the staff of the Mary Fletcher Hospital while opening his own practice in Waterville. In the early forties, Dr. Mann continued his practice in Jeffersonville and established the R. W. Mann Hospital on Maple Street to better serve the needs of his patients.

             Dr. Mann was instrumental in the development of Smuggler's Notch Ski Ways and the establishment of Lamoille Union High School and Green Mountain Technology and Career Center. He served his community on the Waterville and Lamoille school boards, was a former President of the Vermont Medical Society and the Vermont Heart Association, served on the Vermont Board of Health, and the founding board of Beacon Investments.

             In his retirement, Dr. Mann learned to use the Internet and started an on-line book business, the Yankee Trader, a venture that grew from his lifetime hobby of collecting.  He loved poetry and antique books - a passion shared with his wife, Muriel, hunting and trapping, and the Red Sox.  He and Muriel were married for 74 years, and are the parents of six children and have 20 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. 





10:30 A.M., SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2018








1.   Abbott, John S. C.  South and North: Or, Impressions Received During a Trip to Cuba and the

 South (New York, 1860).  12mo, 352 pp.  Signed presentation copy from author, front flyleaf.  Condition:  good.    


2.  (Abenaqui Springs).  Abenaqui Springs, Near Bellows Falls, Vermont, July, 1850 (New York, 1850).  24mo, printed wraps, 16 pp.  Water-cure promotional pamphlet; information on medicinal quality of the water, local hotels, surrounding attractions, etc.  Quite scarce.  Condition:  lower right corner of front wrap torn; light water staining; good.


3.  Adams, Andrew N.  A History of Fair Haven, Vermont (Fair Haven, 1870).  8vo, 516 pp.  Gilman p. 1.  Bassett 4117.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


4.  Adams, Nehemiah.  A South-Side View of Slavery: Or, Three Months at the South in 1854 (Boston, 1854).  12mo, 214 pp.  Includes a descriptive chapter on slave auctions.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


5.  (Advertising, 1926-1946).  Group lot of 9 pieces of American advertising, 1926-1946.  Calendars, fan, metal signs, blotter, etc., for stores, grocery products, paint, clothing, automobiles.  All illustrated; some from Lamoille County, Vermont, businesses.  Should be seen, sold as is.  Condition:  all fair to good.     photobuttongreen.gif


6.  (-----, Farm Machinery).  “Farm Machine Headquarters.  McCormick-Deering.  M. H. Mann, Waterville, Vt.”  Stiff paper advertising sign, metal border, 50 x 150cm.  No date, ca. 1920.  Red and blue border, red and blue printing.  Condition:  fair to good.    photobuttongreen.gif


7.  (Albany & Rutland Railroad, ca. 1860).  Albany & Rutland Railroad and Its Connections (New York, n.d. [ca. 1860]).  Lithographed map, 34 x 17cm, plus margins.  Shows Long Island, NY to Montreal, Boston to Schenectady; RR lines, cities/towns, waterways, state borders.  Condition:  good.


8.  Alexander, James W.  The Life of Archibald Alexander, D.D. (New York, 1854).  8vo, 700 pp., frontis. port., ads.  “First professor in the theological seminary, at Princeton, New Jersey,” by his son.  Condition:  a.e.g.; good.


9.  Alexander, W. D.  A Brief Account of the Hawaiian Government Survey, Its Objects, Methods and Results (Honolulu, 1889).  8vo, printed wraps, 26 pp.  “Published by order of the Minister of the Interior of the Hawaiian Kingdom.”  Condition: right edge of front wrap and t.p. rough; good.


10.  [Allen, Arthur S., Jr.].  Under Sail to Greenland (New York, 1931).  8vo, 91 pp., illus., map.  Privately printed at The Marchbanks Press, designed by T. M. Cleland; edition of 900 copies.  “Being an account of the Voyage of the Cutter ‘Direction,’ Arthur S. Allen, Jr., Captain, to Greenland in the Summer of 1929.”  Condition:  good.


11.  Allen, Ethan.  Reason the Only Oracle of Man (Boston, 1854).  12mo, 171 pp.  Gilman p. 6.  “Or a Compendious System of Natural Religion.”  Condition:  covers worn & spotted; contents good.  photobuttongreen.gif


12.  (-----).  Henry W. DePuy, Ethan Allen and the Green-Mountain Heroes of ’76 (Boston, 1853).  8vo, 428 pp., frontis.  With:  John DeMorgan, The Hero of Ticonderoga; Or Ethan Allen (Philadelphia, 1896).  12mo, 223 pp.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  exterior wear and some foxing on DePuy; otherwise both good, sound.


Ira Allen’s 1798 History of Vermont


13.  Allen, Ira.  The Natural and Political History of the State of Vermont (London, 1798).  8vo, 300 pp.  Howes A-142, “b.”  Gilman p. 18.  Bassett 45.  Lacks folding map not issued with all copies.  Condition:  ex-library; new leather spine; contents sound, good.    photobuttongreen.gif


14.  Anderson, Isabel.  A Yacht in the Mediterranean Seas (Boston, 1930).  8vo, 428 (1) pp., color frontis. photos, b/w photos.  1929 cruise of steam-yacht Sayonara; signed presentation copy.  Condition:  good.


15.  (Appomattox, Virginia, 1891).  Grant and Lee.  The Appomattox Land and Improvement Company, Niagara Falls, N.Y. (Niagara Falls, [1891]).  8vo, printed wraps, 24 pp., illus.  Proposal to create a Civil War museum at the McLean House, Appomattox, Virginia.  Condition:  good.


16.  (Arbor Day, 1903 and 1923).  “State of Vermont.  Executive Department. . . . I designate Friday, the 17th day of April, 1903, as Arbor Day . . . John G. McCullough” ([Montpelier, 1903]).  Broadside, 28 x 21.5cm, with blank attached leaf.  “On that day let the elm and the maple be planted by the schoolhouse, the church, the homestead, the roadway.”  With:  “State of Vermont.  Redfield Proctor, Governor.  A Proclamation . . . the Fourth Day of May Arbor and Bird Day” ([Montpelier, 1923]).  Broadside, 35.5 x 21.5cm.  Two items.  Condition:  both good.


17.  (Art).  Adele Godchaux Dawson, James Franklin Gilman: Nineteenth Century Painter (Canaan, NH, 1975).  4to, 159 pp., illus., dj.  Detailed study of Gilman (1850-1929), central Vermont painter 1870s-90s; signed by author.  With: Robert L. McGrath, Early Vermont Wall Paintings 1790-1850 (Hanover, NH, 1972).  8vo, 106 pp., illus., dj.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both fine.


18.  Atkinson, G. H.  Address . . . Before the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New-York, Upon the Possession, Settlement, Climate and Resources of Oregon and the Northwest Coast, Including Some Remarks Upon Alaska (New York, 1868).  8vo, printed wraps, 17 pp.  Condition:  good.


19.  (Autograph album, 1831-1842).  Autograph/keepsake album of Lucinda Childs, 1831-1842.  Small 8vo, 70 pp.  No town or school identified, autographs and sentiments of friends and fellow students from Vermont, New Hampshire and western Massachusetts.  On first page, “A little treasure, go ask friends to leave . . . a sweet memento of their love.”  Condition:  fair. photobuttongreen.gif


20.  (Autographs, United States).  Group lot of autographs of notable 20th-century Americans.  Includes letters and signed photographs of Theodore Roosevelt, Nelson Rockefeller, Albert Einstein, Ronald Reagan, Thomas Watson Jr., John Lindsay, Edward M. Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, Lynda Johnson, Dwight Eisenhower, Dr. Seuss, George S. Kaufman, and others.  Twenty-four items.  Should be seen, sold as is.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif


21.  (-----, Vermont).  Group lot of signed letters and documents of George D. Aiken, Charles A. Plumley, Mortimer R. Proctor, and Winston Prouty.  Seven items.  Should be seen, sold as is.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif


22.  (Automobiles, 1927).  REO Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan ([Lansing, MI, 1927]).  Folio, 18 pp., illus., order form for dealers.  For March 15 to April 15, 1927.  Condition:  soiling to covers; edges worn; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


23.  [Babbage, E. F.].  The Phat Boys Delineation of the St. Lawrence River and Its Environs (Rochester, NY, 1884).  16mo, printed wraps, 164 pp., illus., ads, 16.5 x 237 cm. folding map.  “A guide for the tourist and traveler.”  With:  New Album of Montreal Views (No place listed, no date [ca. 1890]).  Small 8vo, 18 pages of photogravure scenes of Montreal.  Two titles; two items.  Condition:  Babbage lacks back wrap; tape repairs to spine and map; fair to good; New Album good. photobuttongreen.gif


24.  Balzac, Honoré.  The Girl with Golden Eyes (No place listed: Privately printed, 1929).  8vo, 146 pp., illus.  Edition of 1,000 copies; translated by Ernest Dawson; illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley.  Condition:  untrimmed; front edges of boards rubbed; good.


25.  Barry, John Stetson.  The History of Massachusetts (Boston, 1855-57).  8vo, 3 vols., 581 (1), 514 & 468 pp.  “The Colonial Period.”  “The Provincial Period.”  “The Commonwealth Period.”  Condition:  some water staining; minor exterior wear; good.


26.  Bartlett, William H. & Willis, Nathaniel P.  American Scenery: Or, Land, Lake, and River (London, 1840).  4to, 2 vols., 140 & 106 pp., 66 & 53 plates.  Condition:  good to very good. photobuttongreen.gif


27.  Bates, Finis L.  The Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth or the First True Account of Lincoln’s Assassination (Memphis, TN, [1907]).  12mo, 309 pp., printed wraps, illus.  “Containing a complete confession by Booth many years after the crime.”  Condition:  spine ends worn; good. photobuttongreen.gif


28.  Bates, Jerome P.  The Imperial Highway: Or, the Road to Fortune and Happiness, with Biographies of Self-Made Men (Chicago, 1886).  8vo, 811 pp., illus.  Certificate of 1887 membership in National Library Association inside front cover.  Condition:  repaired tear to spine; contents good.    photobuttongreen.gif


Family Scandalized by a Young Vermonter’s European Adventures



29.  [Battell, Joseph].  The Yankee Boy from Home (New York, 1865).  Small 8vo, 318 pp.  Gilman p. 343.  Travels as a young man through Europe by the future Bread Loaf Inn proprietor; reportedly suppressed by his family.  Scarce.  Condition:  light water-stain outer edge of pages; good.    photobuttongreen.gif


30.  Bayley, Frank W.  Five Colonial Artists of New England (Boston, 1929).  Folio, 448 pp., photos.  Edition of 500 copies, privately printed by Fred Anthoensen, Southworth Press.  Joseph Badger, Joseph Blackburn, John Singleton Copley, Robert Feke, and John Smibert.  Condition:  edges of binding rubbed; good.


31.  Becker, George J.  Becker’s Ornamental Penmanship.  A Series of Analytical and Finished Alphabets (Philadelphia, 1854).  Oblong small 4to, 33 pp.  Condition: binding disintegrated; contents complete.



32.  Beecher, Harris W.  Record of the 114th Regiment, N.Y.S.V. (Norwich, NY, 1866).  Small 8vo, 382 pp., frontis. port.  “Where it went, what it saw, and what it did.”  Condition:  hinges cracked; good.


33.  Beers, F. W.  Atlas of Chittenden County, Vermont (New York, 1869).  Folio, 17 town plans and 25 village plans in color.  Cobb 352.  Condition:  pages loose but complete; reading copy only. photobuttongreen.gif


34.  Begg, Alexander.  History of British Columbia from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time (Toronto, 1894).  8vo, 568 pp., frontis. port., large color folding map.  Condition:  lower corner of front cover discolored; good.


Mr. Taft Photographs Bellows Falls in 1878


35.  (Bellows Falls, Vermont, 1878).  Frank M. Taft, photographer, “Bellows Falls, Vermont, from Mount Kilburn.”  Birdseye view photo, 40 x 55cm.  Bellows Falls from across the Connecticut River, looking west; excellent detail of the town’s industries, commercial district, and neighborhoods.  Condition:  modern mat over original mat; good to very good.     photobuttongreen.gif


36.  Benedict, George G.  Vermont in the Civil War (Burlington, 1886-88).  8vo, 2 vols., 620 & 808 pp., ports., maps & plates.  Gilman p. 29.  Bassett 183.  The essential history of Vermont’s role in the Civil War.  Condition:  good.


37.  (Bennington Battle Monument, 1887).  Record History and Description of the Bennington Battle Monument, and the Ceremonies of the Laying of the Corner Stone, August 16th, 1887 (Bennington, [1887]).  4to, blue printed wraps, 16 pp., frontis. illus.  Two-column text; 1891 broadside “Vermont Centennial Ode” laid in at back.  Two items.  Condition:  slight water staining; good.


38.  (Bennington County, Vermont, 1881).  Hamilton Child, comp., Gazetteer & Business Directory of Bennington County, Vt., for 1880-81 (Syracuse, 1881).  8vo, 499 pp., folding map.  Gilman p. 31.  Bassett 2347.  Condition:  small tear to margin of last page of text; good. photobuttongreen.gif


39.  (Bethel Granite Railway Company).  Stock certificate for the Bethel Granite Railway Company, Bethel, Vermont.  (No place or date, ca. 1905).  19 x 24.5cm.  Locomotive and coal car top center, decorative border.  RR line to the Bethel granite quarries; “par value $100.00 per share.”  Four copies.  Condition:  all good.


40.  Bigelow, John.  France and the Confederate Navy 1862-1868: An International Episode (New York, 1888).  4to, 528 pp., illus., maps.  Condition:  binding worn; contents sound, good.


41.  Billings, John D.  The History of the Tenth Massachusetts Battery of Light Artillery in the War of the Rebellion (Boston, 1909).  8vo, 496 pp., frontis., illus.  Condition:  slight damage to p. 17, affecting a few words; good.


42.  Birkeland, Kuut.  The Whalers of Akutan:  An Account of Modern Whaling in the Aleutian Islands (New Haven, 1926).  8vo, 171 pp, frontis. photo, photos.  Condition:  good.


43.  Bonner, T. D.  Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth, Mountaineer, Scout, and Pioneer, and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indians (New York, 1856).  8vo, 537 pp., frontis. illus., illus., ads.  Howes B-601.  Condition:  lacks front flyleaf; good.


44.  (Boston, 1860).  S. Augustus Mitchell, Plan of Boston (Philadelphia, 1860).  Lithographed map, 24 x 20cm, plus wide margins.  Atlas map: decorative border; shows streets, RRs, parks, wharves, etc.  Inset “Map of the Country Around Boston, Showing also Its Harbor & Islands.”  Condition:  encapsulated; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


45.  (-----, 1909).  Report of the Cambridge Bridge Commission and Report of the Chief Engineer Upon the Construction of Cambridge Bridge (Boston, 1909).  8vo, 363 pp., frontis. photo, folding plans, photos.  Condition:  good.


46.  Bowler, George.  Chapel & Church Architecture, with Designs for Parsonages (Boston & New York, 1856).  Folio, 41 color plates and adjacent text pages.  Condition:  covers worn; top inch of spine missing; contents sound, good.


47.  Bowman, S. M. & Irwin, R. B.  Sherman and His Campaigns: A Military Biography (New York, 1865).  8vo, 512 pp., frontis. port., ports.  Condition:  good.


48.  Brackett, Oliver.  Thomas Chippendale: A Study of His Life, Work and Influence (Boston/New York, 1925).  4to, 281 pp., frontis., illus.  Condition:  good.


49.  Bradley, Van Allen.  Gold in Your Attic (New York, 1958).  8vo, 277 pp., illus., dj.  Second printing.  With:  More Gold in Your Attic (New York, 1962).  8vo, 415 pp., illus., dj.  Second printing.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both good.


50.  Brassie, Annie Allnutt.  Sunshine and Storm in the East: Or Cruises to Cyprus and Constantinople (New York, 1880).  8vo, 448 pp., frontis., illus., 2 folding maps.  Condition:  some cover spotting; good.


51.  (Brattleboro, Vermont—Ephemera).  Group lot of 65 pieces of printed Brattleboro ephemera, 1850s-1930s.  Includes business cards, small broadsides, programs, brochures, advertisements, pamphlets, etc.  65 pieces (a few duplicates), majority pre-1900.  Condition:  all good.

52.  Bridgman, Thomas.  Memorials of the Dead in Boston (Boston, 1853).  8vo, 339 (4) 17 pp., frontis. plan, illus.  “Containing exact transcripts of inscriptions on the sepulchral monuments in the Kings’ Chapel Burial Ground, in the city of Boston.”  Condition:  spine worn; edges rubbed; contents sound & good.

53.  Brockett, L. B.  The Cross and the Crescent: Or, Russia, Turkey, and the Countries Adjacent, in 1876-7 (Philadelphia, 1877).  8vo, 594 pp., illus., folding map.  Condition:  good.

Gold Mining in Readsboro, Vermont

54.  (Brown Mining Company).  Stock certificate of The Brown Mining Company, Readsboro, Vermont (No place or date listed, ca. 1905).  Broadside, 21 x 26cm.  Decorative border; three mining scenes at top.  Quixotic gold-mining operation in southern Vermont.  Five copies.  Condition:  fine. 

55.  (Brown University, 1825).  “Exhibition by a Part of the Junior Class, in the Chapel of Brown University, on Thursday, April 21, 1825” ([Providence, 1825]).  Broadside, 32.5 x 19cm.  Titles and authors of 15 presentations, with 5 musical interludes; decorative borders.  Condition:  separated at center horizontal fold; good.

56.  Brownell, Charles De Wolf.  The Indian Races of North and South America (Hartford, CT, 1865).  8vo, 760 pp., 25 color plates.  Condition:  top of spine worn; some light water-staining; otherwise good.


57.  Bryant, William C.  Picturesque America: A Delineation by Pen & Pencil of the Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Forests, Waterfalls, Shores (London, 1894).  4to, 4 vols., 278-306 pp., illus.  Condition:  ex-library; good. photobuttongreen.gif

58.  (Bunker Hill, 1875 & 1893).  Proceedings of the Bunker Hill Monument Association at the Annual Meeting, June 23, 1875, with the Oration of Hon.  Charles Devens, Jr., and an Account of the Centennial Celebration (Boston, 1875).  Small 4to, 216 (1) pp.  With:  Souvenir of the 50th Anniversary of the Dedication of Bunker Hill Monument 1843-1893 (Charlestown, 1893).  4to, 86 pp., photos.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both good.

59.  (Burlington and Lamoille Rail Road Company, 1878).  $100 7% corporate bond (1878).  Broadside, 26 x 42.5cm and 54 x 42.5cm.  Two copies, one with 40 semi-annual $35 payment coupons at bottom, the other without the coupons.  Decorative border; train and cows at top; Vermont state seal lower right.  Condition:  both encapsulated; both very good. photobuttongreen.gif

60.  (Burlington, Vermont, 1828-1842).  Manuscript account book of cemetery monument/headstone sales, sales of food/drink.  Includes death notices.  Folio, 10 pp.  Condition:  covers worn; contents sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif

Burlington Candy Company Launches an IPO

61.  (-----, ca. 1890).  Lot of five stock certificates of the Arbuckle Company, Burlington, Vermont.  No date, ca. 1890.  22 x 27cm, decorative green border, vignette of factory with carriages in front.  Longtime Burlington candy and cigar manufacturer.  “In the line of confections this firm are the largest manufacturers in New England outside of Massachusetts” (1889).  Five copies.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif

62.  (-----, ca. 1900).  Lot of five stock certificates of the Baldwin Refrigerator Company, Burlington, Vermont.  No date, ca. 1900.  20.5 x 26cm, decorative border & title.  Baldwin made refrigerators and ovens in Burlington for more than a century.  Five copies.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif

64.  (-----, Ephemera, 1850s-1910s).  Group lot of 29 pieces of printed Burlington ephemera, 1850s-1910s.  Includes business cards, ads, small broadsides, etc.  29 pieces, some duplicates.  Condition:  all good.

65.  (-----, -----, 1880s).  Group lot of printed ephemera, Burlington, 1884-1888.  Includes program for 1884 winter carnival, 1887 and 1888 UVM field days, 1884 and 1885 Vermont Episcopal Institute catalogues.  Five items.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif

66.  Burnham, Henry.  Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont.  Early History with Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Citizens (Brattleboro, 1880).  8vo, printed wraps, 191 pp.  Gilman p. 39.  Bassett 3162. From Abby M. Hemenway’s Vermont Historical Gazetteer.  Condition:  edges of wraps rough; good.

67.  Burroughs, Stephen.  Memoirs of the Notorious Stephen Burroughs (New York, 1852).  24mo, 299 pp., frontis. port.  Howes B-1022.  “Containing many incidents in the life of this wonderful man never before published.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif

68.  Butler, F. W.  The Wild North Land:  Being the Story of a Winter Journey, with Dogs, Across Northern North America (London, 1874).  8vo, 358 pp., frontis. port., illus., folding maps, ads.  Fourth edition.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.

69.  [Butterfield, Charles W.].  Charles W. Butterfield’s Spring Catalogue:  Greenhouse Bedding Plants, and Seeds (Bellows Falls, VT, 1882).  Small 4to, printed wraps, 41 (1) pp., illus.  Condition:  good.

70.  Byrd, Richard E.  Alone (New York, 1938).  8vo, 296 pp., decorations by Richard E. Harrison.  Signed by author on half-title.  Condition:  good.

71.  (Camp Fire Girls & Boy Scouts, 1920-1943).  Three Camp Fire Girls volumes:  Manual of Activities for the Girls of America (1920); Book of the Camp Fire Girls (1936 and 1947 editions).  12mo-small 8vo, printed wraps, 165-248 pp., illus.  With:  BSA, Handbook for Boys (1943).  8vo, printed wraps, 598 pp., illus.  Three titles, four volumes.  Condition:  all fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif

72.  Campbell, William W.  Annals of Tryon County; Or, the Border Warfare of New York, During the Revolution (Cherry Valley, 1880).  8vo, 312 pp.  Howes C-103, first published 1831.  Condition:  good.

73.  (Canada Atlantic Railway Company).  The Canada Atlantic Railway Company (Ottawa, 1882).  8vo, printed wraps, 10 20 11 3 2 2 pp., folding map.  Includes several acts of incorporation; color map 40 x 83cm, shows proposed RR and connections Nova Scotia to Lake Huron.  With:  The Canada Atlantic Railway Co’y.  Prospectus (Ottawa, [1888]).  Folio, 4 pp.  Running title, describing advantages and connections of the line.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both good.

74.  (Canada Trade, 1874).  “Commercial Reciprocity with Canada.  Opinions of the Press” (No place listed, [1874]).  Folio, newspaper format, 4 pp.  Articles, letters and other arguments in favor of a new reciprocity agreement on U.S. trade with Canada.  Two copies.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif

75.  Carr, Robert V.  Black Hills Ballads (Denver, 1902).  8vo, 175 pp., frontis. port.  Condition:  good.

76.  (Caverns).  The Beautiful Caverns of Luray ([Luray, VA, ca. 1915]).  Oblong small 8vo, printed wraps, 16 pp., photos.  With:  Same, 1938.  Oblong small 8vo, printed wraps, 23 pp., photos.  With:  Mary M. Brown, Nature Underground: The Endless Caverns in the Heart of the Historic Shenandoah Valley (New Market, VA, 1921).  Oblong folio, stiff printed wraps, 7 pp. illus. text, 10 tipped-in color plates with facing pages of descriptive text.  Two titles, three volumes.  Condition:  all very good.

77.  (Census, 1860).  Agriculture of the United States in 1860 (Washington, D.C., 1864).  4to, 292 pp.  “Compiled from the original returns of the eighth census,” by Joseph C. G. Kennedy.  Signed presentation copy from compiler to Jacob Collamer, influential  U.S. Senator from Vermont.  Condition:  water-stain to lower right cover and first 150 pages; good. photobuttongreen.gif

78.  (Central Vermont Railroad Company, 1892).  $1,000 “First Consolidated Mortgage Gold Bond” (1892).  Broadside, 36.5 x 26cm.  Elaborate printed borders; locomotives at top; with two attached sheets of semi-annual $20 payment coupons.  Two copies.  Condition:  very good.

79.  Cervantes, Miguel de.  Don Quichotte de la Manche (Paris, [1801]).  24mo, 6 vols., 230-276 pp., frontis. in each volume.  Condition:  some wear to covers; one weak hinge; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif

80.  Chambliss, J. E.  The Life and Labors of David Livingstone (Philadelphia, 1875).  8vo, 805 pp., frontis. port., illus., folding maps, ads.  Condition:  good.

81.  Chappelle, Howard I.  The History of the American Sailing Navy: The Ships and Their Development (New York, 1949).  4to, 558 pp., 17 plates, 32 folding plans, dj.  Howes C-290.  Condition:  good.

82.  Chester, Samuel H.  Pioneer Days in Arkansas (Richmond, VA, 1927).  16mo, stiff paper covers, 68 pp., tipped-in photos.  History of parts of southeastern Arkansas.  Condition:  good.

83.  (Chicago).  F. B. Wilkie, “Walks About Chicago,” and Army and Miscellaneous Sketches (Chicago, 1869).  Small 8vo, 307 pp., illus.  With:  Payson Sibley Wild, The Chicago Literary Club: Its History from the Season of 1924-1925 to the Season of 1945-1946 (Chicago, 1947).  8vo, 143 pp., portrait photos.  Edition of 300 copies; “Printed for the Club.”  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  Wilkie lacks frontispiece, edges worn, good; Wild untrimmed, t.e.g., very good.

84.  Child, Francis James.  A Scholar’s Letters to a Young Lady: Passages from the Later Correspondence of Francis James Child (Boston, 1920).  Tall 8vo, 155 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Edition of 585 copies; Harvard professor of English (1852-1896).  Condition:  uncut & untrimmed; small hole in cloth spine; good.

85.  Child, Lydia Maria.  Looking Toward Sunset (Boston, 1865).  Small 8vo, 455 pp.  First edition.  “From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected.”  Condition:  good.

86.  (Chinese Indemnity Fund, 1871).  To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States ([New York, 1871]).  4to, 11 pp.  Plea of Sun Mutual Life Insurance Company et al. for further reimbursement for losses in October 1854 seizure of bark Caldera by Chinese pirates.  Condition:  good.

87.  Chipman, Daniel.  The Life of Hon. Nathaniel Chipman, Ll.D. (Boston, 1846).  8vo, 402 pp.  Life of the noted Vermont jurist, by his younger brother.  Inscribed by Vermont Congressman Frederick E. Woodbridge to J. D. Smith, top of t.p.; from the library of John Spargo, with his bookplate.  Condition:  good.

88.  (Chittenden County, Vermont, 1869).  F. W. Beers, Atlas of Chittenden County, Vermont (New York, 1869).  Folio, 17 town plans and 25 village plans in color.  Cobb 352.  Condition:  lacks the two Huntington maps; Charlotte map trimmed; Burlington map loose, taped at fold lines; reading copy only.    photobuttongreen.gif

89.  (-----, 1882).  Hamilton Child, comp., Gazetteer and Business Directory of Chittenden County, Vermont for 1882-83 (Syracuse, 1882).  8vo, 584 pp., folding map.  Gilman p 56.  Bassett 2410.  Condition:  front inside hinge cracked; lacks front flyleaf; contents sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif


90.  Chittenden, Lucius E.  Recollections of President Lincoln and His Administration (New York, 1891).  8vo, 470 pp., frontis. port., ads.  Grandson of first Vermont Governor Thomas Chittenden; served in the U.S. Treasury Department during the Civil War.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


91.  -----.  An Unknown Heroine: An Historical Episode of the War Between the States (New York, 1893).  12mo, 314 pp., frontis. port., map, port.  The “unknown heroine” was Elizabeth K. Van Metre, Clark County, Virginia, who saved the life of Lieut. Henry E. Bedell, First Vermont Heavy Artillery, wounded and abandoned at the Battle of Opequan, Sept. 13, 1864.  Bedell subsequently secured the release of Van Metre’s husband from a Union prisoner-of-war camp.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


92.  Choules, John O.  Cruise of the Steam Yacht North Star (Boston, 1854).  Small 8vo, 353 pp., ports., illus., ads.  “A narration of the excursion of Mr. Vanderbilt’s party to England, Russia, Denmark, France, Spain, Italy, Malta, Turkey, Madeira, etc.”  Condition:  fair.


93.  (Christmas, 1888).  Christmas Puck 1888.  Folio, pictorial wraps, pp. 227-56, ads.  December 5, 1888 issue; color cover.  Three double-page color prints – “Man Makes the Dress – The Arrival of the Struckile Family at the Swellingtons’ Fancy-Dress Ball”; “With ‘Health and Love to All!’  Puck Hails His Readers Great and Small”; and “The Great Winter Carnival in Cullerville.”  Condition:  spine rough; good.


94.  (Cigars, 1880).  “Ask for Union Made Blue Label Cigars” (Cincinnati, 1880).  Broadside, 53.5 x 71cm.  Red, blue and black ink on cream paper; “Issued by Authority of the Cigar Makers’ International Union of America.”  Condition:  encapsulated; good. photobuttongreen.gif


95.  (Circus, 1883).  Wonders of the Circus:  Men, Monkeys, and Dogs (New York, 1883).  4to, (52) pp., illus.  Pictorial covers and rich color illustrations.  Condition:  very good.


96.  (Civil War).  Ralph O. Sturtevant, Pictorial History Thirteenth Regiment Vermont Volunteers War of 1861-1865 (No place listed, [1910]).  4to, 896 pp., illus.  Bassett 1936.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


A Vermonter Poses in His Civil War Uniform


97.  (Civil War portrait).  Portrait photo of Jonathan Lamplough (1822-1866), South Cambridge, Vermont, in military uniform.  Oval studio portrait, 19 x 17cm, in original wood/plaster frame.  No date or photographer listed; with handwritten nineteenth-century note about some details of Lamplough genealogy.  Shows Lamplough standing, in military coat, cap and sash, holding sword, pistol in belt, U.S. flag at left.  The Lamplough family left England prior to the war and settled in Cambridge, Vermont.  At least two men in the family served in Vermont regiments during the conflict.  Condition:  frame chipped and worn; photograph in good condition. photobuttongreen.gif


98.  (-----, Vermont, 1864).  Seven broadsides/broadsheets issued January 23-November 26, 1864, by the state Adjutant General & Inspector General’s Office and the Provost Marshall’s Office, on the military draft and recruitment for Union service.  Woodstock & Windsor, 19 x 12 to 28.5 x 21.5cm.  Seven pieces.  Condition:  all good.


99.  Clark, Mary.  Biographical Sketches of the Fathers of New England (Concord, 1836).  16mo, 180 pp.  “Intended to acquaint youth with the lives, characters and sufferings of those who founded our civil and religious institutions.”  Condition:  owner’s signature on t.p.; good.


100.  (Cleveland, Grover).  Group lot of six Puck cartoons on Cleveland’s 1888 presidential campaign.  Four single-page (34.5 x 26cm), two double-page (34.5 x 52cm), all color; two front covers.  Whimsical but favorable depictions of Cleveland as the Democratic candidate, by Dalrymple, Opper and Taylor.  Condition:  all encapsulated; one rough margin, otherwise all very good.


101.  (Cohoes, New York, 1899).  Charles H. Van Auken, Map of Cohoes, Waterford & Lansingburg, New York 1899 ([New York, 1899]).  Lithographed map, 63 x 54cm.  Shows streets, wards, RRs, churches, principal buildings, etc.  Condition:  encapsulated; very good.


102.  (Colchester, Vermont, 1855-1896).  Account book and diaries, Shaw family, Colchester, Vermont, 1855-1896.  Dennis Shaw diary 1855-1859, 312 pp.  Colchester diary 1883-1893, 288 pp.  Cash book 1883-96, 96 pp.  Three manuscript volumes.  Condition:  fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


103.  (-----, 1860-1896).  Three manuscript account books of the Bennett family, Colchester, Vermont, 1860-1896.  Each small 8vo, 75-125 pp.  Farming, cash accounts, expenditures, etc.  Three manuscript volumes.  Condition: some wear to covers; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


104.  Cole, George E.  Early Oregon:  Jottings of Personal Recollections of a Pioneer of 1850 (Spokane, [1905]).  Small 8vo, 95 pp., frontis. port., dj.  Condition:  good.


105.  Collin, John F.  A History of Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York (Philmont, NY, 1883).  8vo, 195 pp.  “A Memorabilia of Persons and Things of Interest, Past and Passing.”  Condition:  front inside hinge cracked; good. photobuttongreen.gif


106.  Conant, William C.  Narratives of Remarkable Conversions and Revival Incidents (New York, 1858).  12mo, 444 pp., ads.  Introduction by Henry Ward Beecher.  Condition:  good.


107.  (Confederate States, 1861).  $500 CSA bond, August 19, 1861.  Broadside, 22 x 35cm, plus 27 six-month interest coupons below.  Criswell 65.  With:  $1,000 CSA bond, May 1, 1861.  Broadside, 18.5 x 30.5cm, plus 19 six-month interest coupons below.  Criswell 8.  Two items.  Condition:  both encapsulated; both good. photobuttongreen.gif


108.  (-----, 1863).  $100 CSA bond, February 20, 1863.  Broadside, 22 x 35cm, plus 7 six-month interest coupons below, off-white paper.  Criswell 123-A.  With:  $1,000 CSA bond, February 20, 1863.  Broadside, 25.5 x 34cm, plus 7 six-month interest coupons below, mauve paper.  Criswell 122.  Two items.  Condition:  both encapsulated; both good. photobuttongreen.gif


109.  (Consolidated Railroad Company of Vermont, 1883).  $100 “Five Per Cent Bond” (1883).  Broadside, 42.5 x 49.5cm.  Decorative border; train and cherubs at top; Vermont state seal and vignettes at bottom; 34 semi-annual $2.50 payment coupons at right; signed by J. Gregory Smith.  Two copies.  Condition:  both encapsulated; both very good. photobuttongreen.gif


110.  Converse, Julius.  “By His Excellency, Julius Converse, Governor.  A Proclamation” ([Montpelier], 1873).  Broadside, 31 x 25cm.  Declaring April 11 “a day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer.”  With: “By His Excellency, Julius Converse . . . A Proclamation” ([Montpelier], 1873).  Broadside, 43 x 35cm.  Designating November 27 “as a day of thanksgiving and praise to God.”  Two broadsides.  Condition:  both good.


111.  Cook, Theodore A.  Twenty-Five Great Houses of France (London, [1916]).  Folio, 436 pp., tipped-in frontis. photo, illus.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


112.  Cox, Samuel S.  A Buckeye Abroad; Or, Wanderings in Europe, and in the Orient (Cincinnati, 1854).  Small 8vo, 444 pp., illus.  Condition:  good.


113.  Crane, Leo.  Indians of the Enchanted Desert (Boston, 1925).  8vo, 364 pp., frontis., folding map, illus.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


114.  Darlington, William M., ed.  Christopher Gist’s Journals (Pittsburgh, 1893).  4to, 296 pp., 7 maps.  Howes D-72.  One of 100 copies on large paper.  Gist journals for 1750-53, “with historical, geographical and ethnological notes and biographies of his contemporaries.”  Condition:  untrimmed; paper label worn; good.


115.  Davis, Carlyle C. & Alderson, William A.  The True Story of “Ramona”:  Its Facts and Fictions, Inspiration and Purpose (New York, 1914).  Small 4to, 265 pp., frontis., illus.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


116.  Dearborn, John J.  The History of Salisbury, New Hampshire from the Date of Settlement to the Present Time (Manchester, NH, 1890).  Small 4to, 887 pp., illus.  “Embellished with maps, cuts, and portraits of distinguished persons.”  Condition:  front cover nearly detached; contents sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif


117.  Delafield, Edward.  Report on the Art of War in Europe in 1854, 1855, and 1856 (Washington, D.C., 1860).  4to, 287 pp., illus., folding maps and plates.  Delafield’s report as member of “a military commission to the theater of war in Europe,” under orders from Secretary of State Jefferson Davis.  Condition:  wear to binding; water-staining to top right corner of front pages; otherwise good. photobuttongreen.gif


118.  Deming, Leonard. A Collection of Useful, Interesting and Remarkable Events, Original & Selected from Ancient & Modern Authorities (Middlebury, 1825).  16mo, 324 pp., frontis. illus.  Gilman p. 72.  By a longtime resident of Middlebury.  Condition:  ends of spine worn; good. photobuttongreen.gif


119.  Doubleday, Abner.  Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie in 1860-61 (New York, 1876).  Small 8vo, 184 pp., frontis., map, 8 pp. ads.  Condition:  good.


120.  Douglass, Frederick.  My Bondage and My Freedom (New York and Auburn, 1855).  Small 8vo, 464 pp., frontis. port., ads.  First edition.  Condition:  hinges split, covers worn, binding fair; contents sound, good.


121.  The American Tour of Messrs. Brown, Jones and Robinson (New York, 1872).  4to, 74 pp. text, illus., printed on one side only.  “Being the story of what they saw & did in the United States, Canada and Cuba.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


122.  Drake, Francis S.  The Town of Roxbury: Its Memorable Persons and Places (Boston, 1905).  8vo, 475 pp., frontis., illus., folding map. “Its history and antiquities, with numerous illustrations of its old landmarks and noted personages.”  Condition:  good.


123.  Drake, J. Madison.  Fast and Loose in Dixie (New York, 1880).  Small 8vo, 310 pp., illus.  “An unprejudiced narrative of personal experience as a prisoner of war at Libby, Macon, Savannah, and Charleston,” by a captain in the 9th New Jersey Volunteers.  Condition:  corners rubbed; ends of spine worn; fair to good.


124.  Drake, Samuel Adams.  Historic Fields and Mansions of Middlesex (Boston, 1874).  8vo, 442 pp., 20 heliotype plates.  Condition:  good.


125.  Draper, Lyman C.  Madison, the Capital of Wisconsin:  Its Growth, Progress, Condition, Wants and Capabilities (Madison, 1857).  8vo, printed wraps, 48 pp., map inside back cover, “View of the City of Madison” on back cover.  Howes D-486.  Condition:  slight soiling to front cover; good.


126.  Duffy, John C.  Early Vermont Broadsides (Hanover, 1975).  4to, 51 pp., illus., dj.  With:  The Vermont Encyclopedia (Hanover, 2003).  4to, 332 pp., illus., dj.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both fine.


The Earliest School History of Vermont


127.  Eastman, Francis S.  A History of Vermont, from Its First Settlements to the Present Time (Brattleboro, 1828).  24mo, 110 pp.  Gilman p. 80.  Bassett 653.  A native of Randolph, Vermont, Eastman graduated from the University of Vermont in 1827.  The earliest school history of the state; quite scarce.  Condition:  light water-staining; some cover wear; good. photobuttongreen.gif


128.  Eaton, Francis B.  History of Candia: Once Known as Charmingfare; With Notices of Some of the Early Families (Manchester, NH, 1852).  8vo, printed wraps, 151 pp., folding map.  Condition:  2-inch tear at map fold; good. photobuttongreen.gif


129.  (Education, Lamoille County, Vermont 1885-1893).  Teacher’s notebook, Elsie C. Raymore, Jeffersonville, East Cambridge and other northern Vermont towns, 1885-1893.  8vo, 94 pp.  Notes for teaching history and civics, attendance records, names of students, salaries/income, etc.  Condition:  spine poor, hinges weak; some pages loose; fair. photobuttongreen.gif


130.  (-----, Vermont 1847-1848).  The Vermont School Journal, and Vermont Agriculturalist (Windsor, 1847-48).  Volume 1, #1 (May 1847) – Volume 1, #12 (April 1848).  4to, 12 separate issues.  Condition:  #s 11 and 12 torn at top right edge; rest sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif


131.  (-----, 1875).  “Examination of Teachers . . . persons proposing to teach in the Common Schools in Washington County . . . 27th day of April” ([Montpelier, 1875]).  Broadside, 34 x 23cm.  Notes that candidates must perform to satisfaction of local superintendents in oral exams.  Two copies.  Condition:  both good.


132.  Elliott, Paul B., ed.  On the Field of Honor:  A Collection of War Letters and Reminiscences of Three Harvard Undergraduates Who Gave Their Lives in the Great Cause (Boston, 1920).  8vo, 121 (1) pp., photos.  Printed by Daniel B. Updike, The Merrymount Press.  Francis Reed Austin, Albert Edgar Angier and Eugene Galligan, Harvard men who died in World War One.  Condition:  uncut; good.


Emory’s Report on the U.S.-Mexican Boundary Survey


134.  Emory, William H.  Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey Made Under the Direction of the Secretary of the Interior (Washington, D.C., 1857).  Volume One (of two).  4to, 258 174 pp., illus., color plates, folding map.  Howes E-146.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


135.  Estavan, Bella.  War Pictures from the South (New York, 1863).  12mo, (8) 352 pp.  First American edition.  Howes E-203.  Hungarian who served as hospital orderly but claimed to be a Confederate cavalry colonel.  Condition:  spine worn, covers spotted; binding fair; contents good.


136.  Fairbanks, Horace.  “Thanksgiving Proclamation” ([Montpelier, 1876]).  4to, 2 pp.  Declaring November 30, 1876, “a Day of Public Thanksgiving and Praise to our Heavenly Father.”  With:  “State of Vermont.  A Proclamation by the Governor . . . a Day of Fasting, and of Supplication to Almighty God” ([Montpelier, 1877]).  Broadside 29.5 x 23cm.  Designating November 30, 1877.  Two items.  Condition:  both very good.


137.  Farrington, S. Kip, Jr.  Atlantic Game Fishing (New York, 1937).  Small folio, 298 pp., 7 color plates, b/w plates.  Introduction by Ernest Hemingway.  Condition:  good.


138.  Fergus, Robert, comp.  Fergus’ Directory of the City of Chicago, 1839 (Chicago, 1876).  8vo, printed wraps, 68 (2) pp., frontis. port.  Condition:  good.


139.  Fisher, Richard S.  Johnson’s New Illustrated (Steel Plate) Family Atlas (New York, 1865).  Folio, combination of attached and loose maps.  Condition:  reading copy.  Should be seen, sold as is. photobuttongreen.gif


140.  Fite, Emerson D.  Social and Industrial Conditions in the North During the Civil War (New York, 1910).  8vo, 318 pp., ads.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


141.  Fitzgerald, F. Scott.  All the Sad Young Men (New York, 1926).  8vo, 267 pp.  First edition.  Condition:  light foxing to some pages; good.


142.  Flagg, Wilson.  The Birds and Seasons of New England (Boston, 1875).  8vo, 457 pp., frontis., illus.  Signed presentation copy, front flyleaf.  Condition:  a.e.g.; ends of spine worn; light water-stain lower edge; good.


143.  Flaherty, Robert.  My Eskimo Friends: ‘Nanook of the North’ (Garden City, 1924).  8vo, 170 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Condition:  untrimmed; front top edge bumped; good.

144.  Flandrau, Charles E.  Recollections of the Past in Minnesota (St. Paul, 1881).  8vo, printed wraps, 30 pp.  Recollections of Minnesota in the 1850s, interaction with Sioux and Chippewa, etc.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


145.  Ford, Worthington C.  George Washington (New York & Paris, 1900).  Small 4to, 2 vols., 303 & 308 pp.  Edition limited to 1,250 copies; this set #70.  Condition:  ends of spines worn; edges rubbed; good. photobuttongreen.gif


146.  (Forts).  Henry E. Dunnack, Maine Forts (Augusta, 1924).  8vo, 252 pp., frontis. port., illus.  With:  John M. Hammond, Quaint and Historic Forts of North America (Philadelphia, 1915).  8vo, 309 pp., frontis., illus.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both good.


147.  Fowler, O. S. & L. N.  New Illustrated Self-Instructor in Phrenology & Physiology (New York, 1869).  12mo, 176 pp., illus.  “With over one hundred engravings.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


148.  (Franklin & Grand Isle Counties, Vermont, 1882).  Hamilton Child, comp., Gazetteer and Business Directory of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties, Vermont, for 1882-83 (Syracuse, 1883).  8vo, 612 pp., folding map.  Bassett 395.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


149.  French, Harry W.  Through Arctic and Tropics:  Around the World by a New Path for a New Purpose (Boston, 1892).  4to, color/decorated cloth covers, 318 pp., color frontis., illus.  Condition:  good.  


150.  (“Friends of Freedom”).  The Liberty Bell (Boston, 1853).  Small 8vo, 303 (1) pp.  Issued for the 1853 Anti-Slavery Bazaar.  Condition:  a.e.g.; good.


151.  Frieze, Jacob.  A Concise History of the Efforts to Obtain an Extension of the Suffrage in Rhode Island; from the Year 1811 to 1842 (Providence, 1842).  12mo, 171 pp.  Sabin 25966.  Anti-Dorr on new Rhode Island state constitution.   Condition:  moderate foxing; good.


152.  Frost, John.  The Mexican War and Its Warriors (New Haven & Philadelphia, 1850).  Small 8vo, 332 12 pp., color frontis., plates, map.  “Comprising a complete history of all the operations of the American armies in Mexico, with biographical sketches.”  Condition:  wear to ends of spine; good. photobuttongreen.gif


Mr. Gallatin Reports on Roads and Canals


153.  [Gallatin, Albert].  Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, Upon the Subject of Public Roads and Canals (Washington, 1808).  8vo, blue paper wraps, 123 pp.  Sabin 26399.  Shaw & Shoemaker 16589.  Condition:  good.


154.  Galsworthy, John.  A Modern Comedy (London, 1929).  8vo, vellum boards, 1,088 pp., folding plan, slipcase.  First edition, limited to 1,030 copies; signed and inscribed by author.  Condition:  slipcase edges rubbed; fine.


155.  (Garfield, James).  Three 1881 newspapers on assassination of President Garfield.  September 20 and September 27 Boston Globe, July 6 New York The Daily Graphic.  Numerous illustrations in The Daily Graphic.  Condition:  edges worn; fold lines weak; generally fair. photobuttongreen.gif


156.  (General Land Office).  Circular from the General Land Office, Showing the Manner of Proceeding to Obtain Title to Public Lands (Washington, D.C., 1867 and 1869).  8vo, printed wraps, 25 pp.  Two copies, one 1867 and the other 1869.  Condition:  good to very good.


157.  Gerrish, Theodore & Hutchinson, John S.  The Blue and the Gray: A Graphic History of the Army of the Potomac and That of Northern Virginia (Bangor, ME, 1884).  8vo, 816 pp.  Condition:  edges worn; good.


158.  Giddings, Joshua R.  The Exiles of Florida: Or, the Crimes Committed by Our Government Against the Maroons, Who Fled from South Carolina and Other Slave States, Seeking Protection Under Spanish Law (Columbus, OH, 1858).  Small 8vo, 338 pp., frontis., 6 plates.  Condition:  spine faded; some wear to covers; good. photobuttongreen.gif


159.  Gilman, Marcus D.  The Bibliography of Vermont (Burlington, 1897).  4to, 349 pp.  “Or a list of books and pamphlets relating in any way to the state.  With biographical and other notes.”  The essential guide to pre-1900 Vermontiana.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


160.  Gocher, W. H.  Fasig’s Tales of the Turf; with Memoir (Hartford, 1903).  Small 8vo, 314 pp., frontis. port., charts.  “In which is included a history of the Cleveland Driving Park, a review of the grand circuit, how the Gentlemen’s Driving Club of Cleveland was started, and a sketch of Fasig’s sale business”; William B. Fasig (1845-1902).  Condition:  good.


“Extremism in the Defense of Liberty is No Vice”


161.  (Goldwater Campaign, 1964).  Group lot of ephemera from Barry Goldwater 1964 campaign for president.  Includes license plate, posters, bumper stickers, fan brochures, lapel pins, stamps, portraits, signed letter, etc.  Total of 56 items, some duplicates.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif


162.  Gould, Roland F.  The Life of Gould, an Ex-Man-of-War’s Man, with Incidents on Sea and Shore (Claremont, NH, 1867).  16mo, 239 pp., frontis. port.  Condition:  covers faded; some water-staining to pages; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


163.  Grant, Anne M.  Memoirs of an American Lady (New York, 1809).  16mo, 344 pp.  Howes G-303.  “With sketches of manners & scenery in America, as they existed prior to the Revolution.”  Condition:  rebound in brown cloth; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


164.  Gray, Lewis Cecil.  History of Agriculture in the Southern States to 1860 (New York, 1941).  8vo, 2 vols., 1,086 total pp., maps.  First published 1933.  Condition:  good.


165.  Greeley, Horace.  Recollections of a Busy Life (New York, 1868).  8vo, 624 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Condition:  good.


166.  Green, Seth.  Trout Culture (Rochester, NY, 1870).  8vo, printed wraps, 90 (2) pp., frontis. port., illus.  Condition:  a few small tears at right edge; good.


167.  Greenslet, Ferris.  James Russell Lowell: His Life and Work (Boston, 1905).  Small 8vo, 309 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Edition of 160 copies.  Condition:  untrimmed; very good.


168.  Gregory, William K. & Raven, Henry C.  In Quest of Gorillas (New Bedford, 1937).  Small 4to, 241 pp., frontis., photos.  Signed by both authors, front flyleaf.  Condition:  very good.


169.  Griffiths, Julia, ed.  Autographs for Freedom (Auburn, 1854).  Small 8vo, 309 pp., frontis. port., ports., ads.  Collection of “AntiSlavery testimonials,” issued by the Rochester Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society; their second collection, first published 1853.  Condition:  some foxing; wear to spine; good.


170.  [Hale, Edward Everett].  “Tell It Again.”  Aunt Caroline’s Present (Boston, [1895]).  24mo, 36 pp.  Signed by author on t.p.  Condition:  good.


171.  Hall, A. Oakey.  Horace Greeley Recently Dissected, in a Letter on Horace Greeley . . . to Joseph Hoxie, Esq. (New York, 1862).  8vo, tan printed wraps, 38 pp.  Presentation copy from the author.  Condition:  good.


172.  [Hall, Alexander J.].  “Appendix to Zupah.”  The Problem of Human Life Here and Hereafter (New York, 1877).  Small 4to, 343 pp.  “A discussion of modern evolution,” by a popular spiritualist.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


172-A.  Hall, Frederick.  Catalogue of Minerals, Found in the State of Vermont, and in the Adjacent States (Hartford, CT, 1824).  8vo, 44 pp.  Gilman pp. 112-13.  A native of Grafton, Vermont, Hall graduated from Dartmouth College in 1803 and taught at Middlebury College from 1805 to 1824.  Condition:  removed; foxed; good. photobuttongreen.gif


173.  Hall, S. C.  The Baronial Halls, and Ancient Picturesque Edifices of England (London, 1858).  Folio, 2 vols., 149 & 135 pp., 36 & 36 plates, illus.  Condition:  spine ends worn; some foxing; good. photobuttongreen.gif


173-A.  Halliday, Samuel B.  The Lost and Found; Or, Life Among the Poor (New York, 1860).  12mo, 356 pp., frontis.  By missionary of the “American Female Guardian Society and Home for the Friendless.”  Condition:  good.


174.  Hanbury, David T.  Sport and Travel in the Northland of Canada (London, 1904).  8vo, 319 pp., color frontis., illus., 2 folding maps.  Condition:  good


175.  Harlow, Frederick Pease.  The Making of a Sailor; Or Sea Life Aboard a Yankee Square-Rigger (Salem, MA, 1928).  Small 4to, 377 (2) pp., frontis., illus.  Edition of 97 copies on Bruce Rogers rag paper.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


176.  Harpending, Asbury.  The Great Diamond Hoax and Other Stirring Incidents in the Life of Asbury Harpending (San Francisco, 1913).  Small 8vo, 283 pp., frontis. port photo, illus.  Edited by James H. Wilkins; “An epic of early California.”  Condition:  good.


177.  Harte, Bret.  The Heathen Chinee (Boston, 1871).  16mo, printed wraps, 17 (3) pp., ad, frontis., illus by S. Eytinge, Jr.  “The present is the only illustrated edition of the poem published with the author’s sanction”; first separate publication of Harte’s famous poem.  Condition:  spotting to front wrap; good.


178.  (Hartford, Connecticut, 1889).  Hartford, Conn. As a Manufacturing, Business and Commercial Center ([Hartford], 1889).  8vo, 220 pp., frontis., illus.  “With Brief Sketches of Its History, Attractions, Leading Industries, and Institutions.”  Condition:  light discoloration to top outside corners of covers; good.


179.  [Harvey, William].  Geoffrey Keynes, ed., The Anatomical Exercises of Dr. William Harvey, De Motu Cordis 1628: De Circulatione Sanguinis 1649: The First English Text of 1653 (London, 1928).  Small 8vo, 202 pp.  Nonesuch Press, #960 of an edition of 1,450 copies, on Dutch paper.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif


180.  Haven, Charles T. & Belden, Frank A.  A History of the Colt Revolver (New York, [1940]).  4to, 711 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Howes H-308.  Bonanza reissue of the 1940 first edition; “and the other arms made by Colt’s patent fire arms manufacturing company from 1836 to 1940.”  Condition:  good.


181.  (Haverhill Paper Company, ca. 1900).  Lot of five stock certificates of the Haverhill Paper Company.  20 x 25.5cm, decorative border, vignettes of Washington, Lincoln, eagle.  Company established in Bradford, Massachusetts, in 1884, expanded into Vermont and other states.  Five copies.  Condition:  very goodphotobuttongreen.gif


182.  (Hawaii, 1899).  Honolulu Evening Bulletin, October 3, 1899.  Newspaper, 8 pp. Combination of local stories, military news, opinions on U.S. control of Hawaii, ads; masthead “Victory for American Principle!  The Bulletin speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.”  Condition:  good.


183.  Hay, John.  The Complete Poetical Works of John Hay (Boston & New York, 1916).  8vo, 272 pp., frontis. port. photo.  Edition of 1,000 copies.  Condition:  uncut & untrimmed; good.


184.  Hayden, Chauncey H.  The History of Jericho, Vermont (Burlington, 1916).  8vo, 665 pp., illus., maps.  Bassett 4445.  Condition:  spine ends worn; good. photobuttongreen.gif


185.  Hayes, Thomas.  A Serious Address on the Dangerous Consequences of Neglecting Common Coughs and Colds (Walpole, NH, 1808).  16mo, 136 pp.  Condition:  rebound in red cloth; good. photobuttongreen.gif


186.  Hazard, Rowland Gibson.  How Robin Hood Once was a Wait:  A Miracle Play or Christmas Masque (Providence, 1912).  12mo, 27 pp.  “Acted at Peace Dale on Christmas Eve 1910.”  Two copies, one a September 1912 presentation copy from the author, “1st copy.”  Condition:  both untrimmed; both good.


Miss Hemenway’s Monumental Effort at Mid-Stream


187.  Hemenway, Abby M., ed.  The Vermont Historical Gazetteer (Claremont, NH, 1877).  Volume Three.  Small 4to, 1,245 pp., ports.  Howes H-403.  Gilman p. 121.  Bassett 2114.  Hemenway’s five-volume Gazetteer was the most extensive state-and-local history publication by a nineteenth-century American woman.  Scarce.  Condition:  clear tape over spine and inner hinge; contents sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif  


188.  Hemstreet, William.  The Economical European Tourist.  A Journalist Three Months Abroad for $430 (New York, 1875).  16mo, 230 (1) pp.  Condition:  good.


189.  Herrick, Francis H.  Audubon the Naturalist: A History of His Life and Time (New York & London, 1917).  8vo, 2 vols., 451 & 494 pp., illus.  Howes H-441.  Condition:  untrimmed & uncut; light water-stain to margins of a few pages in Vol. 2; good.


190.  (Hippocrates).  Theodorus Janssonius van Almeloveen, ed., Hoi tou Hippokratous aphorismoi = Hippocratis aphorismi (Glasgow, 1748).  32mo, 119 pp.  Condition:  new binding; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


191.  Hoag, Rush M.  The Answering Message:  And Other Naval Stories (New York, 1911).  Small 8vo, 106 pp., frontis. port., ads.  Signed by author.  Condition:  good.


192.  Hogarth, William.  “A Harlot’s Progress” ([London, ca. 1810]).  Six engraved plates, images 32 x 39cm, sheets 49.5 x 63.5cm.  Later printing of Hogarth’s famous series on a young woman’s unfortunate path.  Condition:  some rough edges and light foxing in wide margins; good. photobuttongreen.gif


193.  Holland, W. J.  The Moth Book:  A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Moths of North America (New York, 1903).  Tall 8vo, 479 pp., frontis., 48 color plates, illus.  First edition.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


194.  (Hoosac Power and Traction Company, ca. 1900).  Lot of five stock certificates of the Hoosac Power and Traction Company.  20.5 x 27.5cm, gold seal, vignette of young woman holding electric lamp and sitting on an industrial factory, train in background.  Incorporated in Vermont in 1898, the HTPC ran a train line from northwestern Massachusetts through Bennington County, Vermont.  Five copies.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif


Bishop Hopkins Instructs on Church Architecture


195.  Hopkins, John Henry.  Essay on Gothic Architecture, with Various Plans for Churches (Burlington, 1836).  Small 4to, 46 pp., 13 plates.  Gilman p. 126.  Influential early work on American church architecture, by the first Episcopal bishop of Vermont.  Scarce.  Condition:  some foxing; good. photobuttongreen.gif


196.  (Horses).  Group lot of 28 pieces of 1870s printed ephemera relating to horses in Vermont.  Cards advertising horses bred and owned by Henry H. Martin, East Montpelier; ancestry, sires/dams, etc.  6 cards/horses, 28 pieces, duplicates.  Condition:  all good.


197.  Horsford, Eben Norton.  Discovery of America by Northmen (Boston & New York, 1888).  4to, 113 pp., frontis., illus., 15 maps.  “Address at the unveiling of the statue of Leif Eriksen delivered in Faneuil Hall Oct. 29, 1887.”  Condition:  untrimmed; edges and corners rubbed; good.


198.  Hubbard, Mrs. Leonidas, Jr.  A Woman’s Way Through Unknown Labrador: An Account of the Exploration of the Nascaupee and George Rivers (Toronto, 1908).  8vo, 338 pp., frontis. port., illus., folding map.  Expeditions 1903 and 1905 by the author and her husband, who died on the 1903 trip.  Condition:  good.


199.  Hudson, Charles.  History of the Town of Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts (Boston, 1862).  8vo, 544 (1) pp., frontis. port., illus.  Inscribed by author to Vermont ex-Governor Hiland Hall.  Condition:  good.


200.  Hunnewell, James F.  Bibliography of Charlestown, Massachusetts, and Bunker Hill (Boston, 1880).  8vo, 100 pp., frontis.  Condition:  good.


201.  (Illinois and Wisconsin Land Company).  Indenture and Articles of Association of the Illinois and Wisconsin Land Company (Boston, 1854).  8vo, printed wraps, 18 pp.  New England investment in the upper Midwest.  Two copies.  Condition:  one copy lacks front wrap, contents good; one copy complete, fair.


202.  (Illinois Central Railroad Company, 1857).  The Illinois Central Railroad Company Offers for Sale Over 1,500,000 Acres Selected Farming and Wood Lands in Tracts Forty Acres and Upwards (Chicago, 1857).  8vo, printed wraps, 80 pp., frontis., 2 maps.  Condition:  spine mostly gone; ex-library; covers nearly detached; fair.  photobuttongreen.gif


203.  Jackman, Alonzo.  A Treatise on the Doctrine of Numerical Series, Both Ascending and Descending: Also the Binomial Theorum, with Integer and Fractional (Claremont, NH, 1846).  8vo, stiff printed wraps, 55 (1) pp.  Gilman p. 138.  A native of Thetford, Vermont, Jackman taught at Norwich University for 42 years.  Condition:  some foxing; good.


204.  (Jackson, Andrew).  Messages of Gen. Andrew Jackson: With a Short Sketch of His Life (Concord, NH, 1837).  12mo, 438 pp., frontis. port.  Sabin 35350.  Condition:  good.


205.  [Jefferson, Thomas].  Rules for Conducting Business in the Senate of the United States ([Washington, D.C., 1801]).  8vo, 13 pp.  Sabin 74090.  Shaw & Shoemaker 1560.  Condition:  good.


206.  Jenness, Diamond.  The People of the Twilight (New York, 1928).  8vo, 247 pp., frontis., photos.  Study of the Eskimos of Coronation Gulf.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


207.  Jones, Mary Cadwalader.  Lantern Slides (Boston, 1937).  12mo, 129 pp., frontis. port.  Privately printed by D. B. Updike, The Merrymount Press; reminiscences of Victorian Philadelphia and New York.  Condition:  untrimmed; corners rubbed; good.


Captain Macdonough’s Great 1814 Victory on Lake Champlain


208.  [Jones, William].  Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, to the Chairman of the Naval Committee, Transmitting Sundry Documents from Captain Macdonough, Relative to the Capture of the British Fleet on Lake Champlain (1814) (Washington, D.C., 1814).  8vo, 18 pp.  Valuable primary source on Macdonough’s War of 1812 victory at the Battle of Plattsburgh Bay.  Condition:  removed; good.  photobuttongreen.gif


209.  (Kaiser Wilhelm II).  “The Kaiser’s Message to His People” (New York, 1918).  Broadside, 43 x 28cm.  Facetious address in English-Germanic dialect, assuring the German people that World War One is going very well; decorative border in red and black; “As cabled to the U.S.A. by our special correspondent in Germany (soon) Corporal Herbert Thompson, R.F.C.”; signed “William Hohenzollern.  Kaiser und War Lord.”  Condition:  encapsulated; bit of roughness around edges; good.


210.  Kellogg, Robert H.  Life and Death in Rebel Prisons (Hartford, 1865).  12mo, 400 pp., 3 plans, 8 plates.  “Giving a complete history of the inhuman and barbarous treatment of our brave soldiers by rebel authorities, inflicting terrible suffering and frightful mortality, principally at Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S.C.”  Author a sergeant-major in the 16th Connecticut Volunteers.  Two copies.  Condition:  one good; one with two torn plates but complete, fair to good.


211.  (Kelpies).  The Kelpie’s Fiddle-Bow (London, n.d. [ca. 1890]).  8vo, (31) pp., pictorial covers, illustrations by E. L. Shute.  Traditional German tale about mischievous aquatic sprites.  Condition:  good.


212.  (Kentucky Imprints).  Douglas C. McMurtrie & Albert H. Allen, eds.  Check List of Kentucky Imprints 1787-1810 (Louisville, 1939).  4to, printed wraps, 205 pp.  With:  McMurtrie & Allen, eds., Check List of Kentucky Imprints 1811-1820 (Louisville, 1939).  4to, printed wraps, 235 pp.  With:  John Wilson Townshend, ed., Supplemental Check List of Kentucky Imprints 1788-1820 (Louisville, 1942).  4to, printed wraps, 241 pp.  Work Projects Administration effort, American Imprints Inventory.  Three titles, three volumes.  Condition:  all good.


213.  Kerfoot, J. B.  American Pewter (Boston, 1924).  Small folio, 239 pp., photos.  Condition:  corners rubbed; good.


214.  Kilmer, Joyce.  Trees and Other Poems (New York, [1914]).  12mo, 75 pp.  First edition, first printing.  Condition:  very good.


215.  (Kimball Bros. & Company).  “Hamilton’s Old English Black Oil.  The Greatest Healing Liniment of the Age!” (Enosburg Falls, VT, n.d. [ca. 1880]).  Broadside, 59 x 44cm, illus. of horse at center.  Popular Vermont patent medicine.  Condition:  fold line; good. photobuttongreen.gif


216.  (-----).  “White’s Golden Tonic for Horses Out of Condition” (Enosburg Falls, VT, n.d. [ca. 1880]).  Broadside, 58 x 44cm.  Another equine remedy from Enosburg Falls, Vermont.  Condition:  encapsulated; edges rough; light water-staining; good. photobuttongreen.gif

217.  (Know Nothings, 1854).  Francis F. Eastlack, “The Great Know Nothing Song, ‘I Don’t Know’” ([Philadelphia, 1854]).  Broadside, 24 x 14cm.  Decorative printed border; eight 4-line stanzas; satirical political song.  Condition:  encapsulated; good. photobuttongreen.gif


218.  Lamb, Dana S.  On Trout Streams and Salmon Rivers (Far Hills, NJ, 1996).  8vo, 97 (1) pp., frontis., illus., slipcase.  Edition of 1,000 copies; originally published in 1963.  Condition:  fine.


219.  Lamson, D. F.  History of the Town of Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts 1645-1895 ([Manchester, 1895]).  8vo, 425 xii pp., illus., 2 folding maps.  Condition:  good.


220.  (The Lark, 1895).  Bruce Porter & Gellett Burgess, eds.  The Lark, No. 2, June 1, 1895 (San Francisco, 1895).  Small 8vo, stapled, (16) pp., illus.  Rare second issue of the short-lived monthly; portrait of Robert Louis Stevenson laid in to accompany RLS poem on page 3.  Condition:  good.


221.  Lewis, George Warburton.  Poems of Panama and Other Verse (Boston, 1916).  Small 8vo, 56 pp.  “Founded upon Adventures in the Wanderings of One of Nature’s Nomads”; signed by Carl Van Doren, front flyleaf.  Condition:  good.


222.  (Lewis & Clark Exposition, 1905).  Sights and Scenes at the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland, Oregon (Portland, 1905).  Oblong 12mo, printed wraps, (95) pp., photos.  With:  Oregon: A Story of Progress and Development Together with an Account of the Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition (Portland, 1904).  12mo, printed wraps, 96 (1) pp., photos.  With:  Carl Abbott, The Great Extravaganza: Portland and the Lewis and Clark Exposition (Portland, 1996).  Oblong 8vo, printed wraps, 81 (2) pp., illus.  Three titles, three volumes.  Condition:  all good or better.


223.  Lord, Charles S.  Round About Burlington, Vt.  (Winooski, 1900).  Oblong 8vo, 79 pp., illus.  From the collection of Vermont poet Daniel L. Cady, with his signature on front flyleaf.  Condition:  black tape over spine; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


224.  Lossing, Benson J.  Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution (New York, 1851-52).  Small 4to, 2 vols., 576 16 & 880 35 pp., illus.  Howes L-477.  Condition:  bottom of spine torn, Volume 1; minor scuffing to covers; good. photobuttongreen.gif


225.  (Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904).  Sights, Scenes and Wonders at the World’s Fair (St. Louis, 1904).  Oblong 16mo, printed wraps, (127) pp., photos.  “Official Book of Views of Louisiana Purchase Exposition.”  With:  World’s Fair Bulletin, Vol. 4, #2 and #3 (St. Louis, December 1902 & January 1903).  Folio, printed wraps, 40 & 44 pp., illus.  “Published in the interest of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to be held in St. Louis.”  Three items.  Condition:  all good.


226.  Louys, Pierre.  Biblis; Leda; A New Pleasure (New York, 1920).  16mo, 122 pp., frontis.  Edition of 975 copies; privately printed for subscribers.  “Done into English by M. S. Buck.”  Condition:  untrimmed; very good.


227.  Low, A. P.  Report of the Dominion Government Expedition to Hudson Bay and the Arctic Islands on Board the D. G. S. Neptune 1903-1904 (Ottawa, 1906).  8vo, 355 pp., frontis., port., illus., folding map.  Signed by author, front flyleaf.  Condition:  3-inch tear lower back hinge; otherwise good.


228.  Lummis, Charles F.  A Tramp Across the Continent (from Ohio to California on Foot, 3507 Miles) (London, 1892).  12mo, 270 pp.  Condition:  good.


229.  Luzerne, Frank.  The Lost City!  Drama of the Fire-Fiend!: Or Chicago as It Was, and as It Is!  And Its Glorious Future! (New York, 1872).  8vo, 316 pp., frontis. map, illus., ads.  Edited by John G. Wells.  Condition:  edges rubbed; good. photobuttongreen.gif


Mr. Lydius Carves Up His Champlain Valley Empire


230.  Lydius, John Henry.  Manuscript deed from Lydius, Albany, New York, to Jonathan Clark, Jr., Lebanon, Connecticut, January 10, 1762.  Printed broadside, 38 x 30.5cm.  Land in present-day Granville, New York (“Granviel”].  From the claims that Albany trader Lydius made to a vast tract in the southern Champlain Valley under supposed purchase from Native Americans.  Quite rare.  Condition: encapsulated; weakness at fold lines; good. photobuttongreen.gif


231.  McClellan, George B.  McClellan’s Own Story: The War for the Union (New York, 1887).  Small 4to, 678 pp., frontis. port.  Condition:  good.


232.  -----.  Report of the Organization and Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac (New York, 1864).  8vo, 478 pp., folding frontis. map, 3 maps.  Sabin 43018.  Dornbush III, 1555.  Condition:  1-inch piece missing from center of spine; otherwise good.


234.  McCorison, Marcus A.  Vermont Imprints 1778-1820 (Worcester, 1963).  8vo, 597 pp., dj.  The essential source on early Vermont printing.  Condition:  good.


235.  McFarland, Andrew.  The Escape, or Loiterings Amid the Scenes of Story and Song (Boston, 1851).  Small 8vo, 337 (2) pp., frontis. port.  Travels in Europe; presentation copy from author.  Condition:  good.


A Sheldon, Vermont, Family in the Civil War


236.  (McFeeters Family, Sheldon, Vermont).  Group lot of 25 manuscript letters, April 11, 1862-January 6, 1868 (majority 1862-65).  Mix of Civil War and family/local news: includes five letters from Samuel McFeeters (1841-62), private in Company K, Sixth Vermont Infantry, until his death from typhoid fever, June 2, 1862; February 1865 letter about the January 17 death from disease of Andrew McFeeters (1844-65), First Vermont Cavalry.  Majority of letters addressed to James A. McFeeters (1848-1916), who served in Company K, Sixth Vermont Infantry from February to November 1864 (twice wounded) and then in the Vermont Reserve Corps from November 1864 to July 1865.  One fine seven-page letter home from Samuel McFeeters about the May 1864 Battle of the Wilderness (in which brother James was wounded).  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


237.  McKeen, Silas.  A History of Bradford, Vermont (Montpelier, 1875).  8vo, 459 pp., frontis. port., ports.  “Containing some account of the place, of its first settlement in 1765, and the principal improvements made, and events which have occurred down to 1874.”  Gilman p. 168.  Bassett 3113.  Condition:  light water-stain; some cover wear; good. photobuttongreen.gif


238.  (McKinley, William).  Two 1901 newspapers on the assassination of President McKinley.  September 14 and September 21 Utica, New York Saturday Globe.  Color illustrations on front covers.  Condition:  fold lines; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


239.  McWatters, George S.  Knots Untied: Or, Ways and By-Ways in the Hidden Life of American Detectives (Hartford, 1871).  8vo, 665 pp., frontis. port., illus.  “A narrative of marvelous experiences among all classes of society—criminals in high life, swindlers, bank robbers, thieves, lottery agents, gamblers, necromancers, counterfeiters, burglars, etc., etc., etc.”  Two copies.  Condition:  spines chipped; good.


240.  Mahan, A. T.  The Problem of Asia; And Its Effect upon International Politics (Boston, 1900).  8vo, 233 pp., ads.  Condition:  good.


241.  Manderson, Charles F.  The Twin Seven-Shooters (New York, 1902).  Small 4to, 54 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Civil War story of pair of revolvers separated for 25 years and then reunited.  Signed presentation copy from author, front flyleaf.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


242.  [Mansfield, Edward D.].  Life of Colonel Scott ([New York, 1852]).  8vo, sewn, 32 pp., illus.  Sabin 78417.  Distillation of Mansfield’s 536-page campaign biography of Winfield Scott, for Scott’s 1852 presidential run against Franklin Pierce.  Condition:  wear to edges; good.


243.  (Manuscript leaf, 15th century).  Double-sided manuscript text from Exodus, on the plagues of Egypt.  Late 15th century, French.  53 x 38cm, on vellum.  Three colored initials on recto, four on verso; double-ruled red border framing text; initial letters in alternating red and blue.  Condition:  some flaking to blue initial letters; good. photobuttongreen.gif


244.  Marshall, John.  The Life of George Washington (New York, 1925).  8vo, 5 vols., 429-528 pp., illus.  Howes M-317.  “This set of the Frederickburg Edition specially prepared for Russell M. Parker.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


245.  Marshall, Joseph.  Travels Through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Russia, the Ukraine, and Poland (Dublin, 1772).  16mo, 3 vols., 252, 251 & 250 (2) pp.  Condition:  front hinge of Volume 1 weak; good.


246.  Maverick, Augustus.  Henry J. Raymond and the New York Press, for Thirty Years (Hartford & Chicago, 1870).  8vo, 501 pp., frontis. port., illus.  “Progress of American journalism from 1840 to 1870.”  Condition:  good.


247.  Mayer, Brantz.  Captain Canot; Or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver (New York, 1854).  8vo, 448 pp., illus., ads.  “Being an account of his career and adventures on the coast, in the interior, on shipboard, and in the West Indies.”  Condition:  some foxing; hinges starting; edges rubbed; fair.


248.  (Melbourne, Australia).  A. C. Cooke, “An Australian City.  Melbourne” (Sydney, 1891).  Lithographed duotone birdseye view, 57.5 x 99.5cm, plus wide margins.  “Supplement to the Illustrated Sydney News, December 19, 1891.”  Condition:  weakness along some fold lines; good.


249.  Milburn, William H.  The Rifle, Axe, and Saddle-Bags, and Other Lectures (New York, 1857).  Small 8vo, 309 pp., frontis. port.  Author was chaplain of Congress 1845-1902; includes much on his western travels.  Condition:  good.


250.  (Military portrait, ca. 1880).  Charcoal portrait of a young soldier in uniform, with tents in background.  Probably a Vermont soldier, but no identification of individual, location or date, ca. 1880.  Charcoal on paper, 51 x 41cm, in 19th-century wooden frame.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif


251.  (Minnesota & Dakotas, 1874).  Northern Pacific Railroad, “Minnesota & Dakota Lands, for Sale by the Northern Pacific Railroad Company” ([Brainerd, MN, 1874]).  8-panel NPRR advertising brochure; panels 24 x 9cm, overall 24 x 70cm.  Three panels, “Facts and Figures Worthy of Consideration”; one panel, “Cheap Farms”; one panel, “Special Inducements.”  Color map on verso, “Map of the Northern Pacific R.R.  Its Connections and Tributary Country,” Michigan west to West Coast, Canadian border south to Wyoming-Iowa.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


252.  (-----, 1878).  “Township & Railroad Map of Minnesota and Dakotas, Showing the Northern Pacific R.R. and Its Connections” (St. Paul, 1878).  Lithographed map, 44 x 74cm, plus margins.  Lands for sale along RR in red and blue; shows towns, waterways, RRs, Indian reservations; verso is printed text, statistics in 16 panels.  Condition:  encapsulated; fold lines; good. photobuttongreen.gif


253.  (Missisquoi and Black River Valley Railway Company).  £100 “Sterling Debenture” (1875).  Broadside, 56 x 43cm.  7% railroad bond; red and black on white; train at top; decorative border; 38 unclipped £3.10 coupons below.  Condition:  encapsulated; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


254.  (Missouri Imprints).  Douglas C. McMurtrie, ed.  A Preliminary Check List of Missouri Imprints 1808-1850 (Washington, D.C., 1937).  4to, printed wraps, 225 pp.  American Imprints Survey No. 1.  Condition:  good.


255.  Mitchell, S. Augustus.  Mitchell’s Ancient Atlas, Containing Maps Illustrating Classical and Sacred Geography (Philadelphia, 1861).  4to, 12 8 pp., 12 maps.  Condition:  covers warped; water-staining; fair. photobuttongreen.gif


256.  (Montana, 1883).  “Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Land Department.  St. Paul, Minn., February 1st, 1883.  Price List of Lots in Livingston, Gallatin Co., Montana” ([St. Paul, 1883]).  Broadside, 43 x 27.5cm.  Three-column list of lots and prices; terms and agents at bottom.  Two copies.  Condition:   encapsulated; good. photobuttongreen.gif


257.  Moore, Clement C.  The Christmas Grab-Bag (Westport, CT, 1930).  12mo, 27 pp., decorations by Louis Koster.  Edition of 230 copies; privately printed at the Georgian Press.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


258.  [Moore, John C.].  Ye Scheepe-Thiefe (Concord, NH, 1855).  48mo, sewn, 30 (1) pp.  “An historical ballad, in eleven bleats.”  Last leaf glowing New England blurbs for “The greatest poem since the days of John Milton.”  Condition:  good.


259.  (Mother’s Day, 1924).  “State of Vermont.  Redfield Proctor, Governor.  A Proclamation.  Whereas The General Assembly has adopted the following resolution . . . that the Governor urge the celebration of Mother’s Day . . .” ([Montpelier, 1924]).  Broadside, 35.5 x 21.5xm.  Urging Vermonters to observe May 11, 9124, as Mother’s Day.  Condition:  very good.


260.  Mott, A. & Wood, M. S., comps.  Narratives of Colored Americans (New York, 1882).  12mo, 276 pp.  First published 1826.  Condition:  good.


261.  (Mount Vernon, 1859).  Birds Eye View of Mt. Vernon, the Home of Washington ([Boston], 1859).  Lithographed view, 35 x 51cm, hand colored.  Condition:  fold lines; encapsulated; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


262.  Muir, John.  Travels in Alaska (Boston, 1915).  8vo, 327 pp., illus.  Condition:  light water-stain lower right edge; good.


263.  Mumey, Nolie.  Alexander Taylor Rankin (1803-1885): His Diary and Letters (Boulder, 1966).  4to, 188 pp., frontis. port., illus.  “A pioneer minister who fought lawlessness with religion on the prairies of eastern Kansas and the frontier settlements of Denver where life was harsh and brutal.”  Edition of 400 copies.  Condition:  untrimmed; fine.


264.  Murdoch, Harold.  Earl Percy Dines Abroad: A Boswellian Episode (Boston, 1924).  Tall 8vo, 46 pp., frontis. port., illus., slipcase.  Imaginary account of 1778 London dinner in honor of Earl Percy.  Edition of 550 copies.  Condition:  uncut & untrimmed; slipcase worn, buckling to lower portion of binding cloth; good.


265.  [Murray, Nicholas].  Men and Things as I Saw Them in Europe (New York, 1853).  Small 8vo, 285 pp., 104 pp. of ads.  “By Kirwan” on t.p.  Condition:  spine ends chipped; good.


Manhattan Real Estate for Sale in 1846


266.  (New York City, 1846).  Map of Valuable Lots in the 18th Ward of the City of New York (New York, [1846]).  Engraved map, 60 x 71cm.  Handwritten note in ink beside title, “Sale 7th Decr. 1846 at 12 o’clock at the Merchants Exchange, A. J. Bleecker, Auctioneer.”  Shows properties between 28th and 26th Streets, Broadway and Madison Avenue.  Condition:  fold lines; good. photobuttongreen.gif


267.  (-----, ----).  “Anthony J. Bleecker, Auctioneer.  Large & Peremptory Sale of Valuable Property . . . at Auction, Thursday, Dec. 10, 1846” (New York, [1846]).  Broadside, 48 x 30cm.  Top half is map showing properties between 31st and 28th Streets, Madison & 4th Avenues.  Condition:  encapsulated; fold lines; good. photobuttongreen.gif


268.  (-----, 1909 & 1929).  Charles Hanson Towne, Manhattan (New York, 1909).  Small 8vo, (44) pp., frontis. from Thomas Fogarty drawing.  Poem; signed presentation copy, front flyleaf.  With:  James H. Callender, Yesterdays in Little Old New York (New York, 1929).  8vo, 298 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Signed by author.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both good


269.  (Newark, New Jersey, 1875).  Holbrook’s Map of the City of Newark, New Jersey 1875 ([Newark, 1875]).  Lithographed color map, 45 x 65cm.  Shows streets and wards, proposed ship canal; ads, directory, vignettes of buildings in margins.  Condition:  encapsulated; fine. photobuttongreen.gif


270.  Newcomb, Raymond Lee.  Our Lost Explorers: The Narrative of the Jeannette Arctic Expedition (Hartford, 1882).  8vo, 479 pp., frontis., illus.  By the expedition’s naturalist.  Condition:  good.


271.  Newton, William M.  History of Barnard, Vermont, with Family Genealogies 1761-1927 (Montpelier, 1928).  Small 4to, 2 vols., 368 & 511 pp., illus.  Bassett 2758.  Condition: ex-library, one small interior stamp in each volume; good to very good.  photobuttongreen.gif


272.  Nichols, George Ward.  The Story of the Great March (New York, 1865).  Small 8vo, 408 pp., frontis., folding map, illus.  Account by General W. T. Sherman’s aide-de-camp of the campaign through Georgia.  Condition:  some cover wear; good.


273.  Nichols, Rudge & Poole, Caroline N.  Peter Powers, Pioneer:  The Story of the First Settler in Hollis, New Hampshire (Concord, NH, 1930).  8vo, 130 (2) pp., illus.  Edition of 550 copies.  Condition:  good.


274.  [Norfleet, Frank J.].  Norfleet”: The Actual Experiences of a Texas Rancher’s 30,000-Mile Transcontinental Chase After Five Confidence Men ([Fort Worth, 1924]).  8vo, 340 pp., frontis. port.  Label pasted over publishing info at bottom of t.p., “Subsequent editions of this book will be issued by Norfleet, Inc., Sugar Land, Texas.”  Condition:  good.


275.  (Northern Pacific Railroad, 1867).  Memorial of the Board of Directors.  November, 1867 (Hartford, 1867).  8vo, printed wraps, 16 56 pp.  Front wrap, Report of Edwin F. Johnson, Engineer-in-Chief.  The Memorial and other corporate communications are pp. 1-16; Johnson’s Report is last 56 pp.  Two copies.  Condition:  both good.


276.  (-----, 1868-1873).  Northern Pacific Railroad.  Statement of Its Resources and Merits (Washington, D.C., 1868).  8vo, printed wraps, 24 pp.  With:  William Windom, The Northern Pacific Railway (Washington, D.C., 1869).  8vo, printed wraps, 60 pp.  “Speech . . . Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 5, 1869.”  With:  Charter and Amendments of the Northern Pacific Rail Road Company, Approved July 2d, 1864 (Burlington, 1870).  8vo, printed wraps, 61 pp., folding colored map.  With:  Land Department of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company.  Bureau of Immigration for Soldiers and Sailors (New York, [1873]).  8vo, printed wraps, 16 pp.  Four titles, four volumes.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif


277.  (-----, 1883-1892).  Group lot of five annual meeting reports.  1883, 1884, 1885, 1887, and 1892.  8vo, printed wraps, 40-96 pp., folding maps & charts.  One title, five volumes.  Condition:  all very good.


278.  (-----, 1892-1893).  Puget Sound Short Line.  Northern Pacific R.R. Yellowstone Park and Dining Car Route Across the Continent to Minnesota, Dakota, Oregon, Montana, Washington, Idaho, California, and British Columbia (Chicago, [1892]).  8vo, printed wraps, 120 pp., ads.  Schedule pp. 15-68; “A Brief Sketch of the Stations on the Northern Pacific and Its Allied Lines,” pp. 70-98; “A Brief Description of the Northern Pacific Country,” pp. 100-06.  Condition:  good.


279.  (Northfield, Vermont, ca. 1910).  Lot of five stock certificates of Phillips and Slack, Inc., Northfield, Vermont.  20.5 x 27cm, decorative green border, globe at top center.  Granite monuments; “Modern cutting plant equipped with modern machinery. . . . We have the knowledge that turns out satisfactory work” (1908).  Five copies.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif


280.  [Norwood, Abraham].  The Acts of Elders, Commonly Called the Book of Abraham (Boston, 1848).  16mo, 160 pp., frontis.  “To which is appended a chapter from the Book of Religious Errors, with notes of explanation.  Calculated for the meridian of Rhode Island; but will answer for the New-England states.”  Condition:  lacks front flyleaf; light water-staining to first 5 leaves; good.


281.  (Novelty Manufacturing Company).  “The Novelty Manufacturing Company” ([Albany, NY, 1881]).  Advertising flyer, 57 x 41cm, 4 pp., 56 lithographed illustrations.  School furniture manufacturer’s catalog; illustrated descriptions of and testimonials for products of successor to Sterling School Furniture Company.  Condition:  slight weakness at fold lines; good. photobuttongreen.gif


John Humphrey Noyes and Perfection in Putney, Vermont


282.  Noyes, John Humphrey & Skinner, J. L., eds.  The Perfectionist (Putney, VT, 1843-44).  Folio, 96 pp.  Gilman p. 185.  Volume Three, 24 issues of the house magazine for the Noyes religious community at Putney; February 15, 1843 to February 1, 1844.  Scarce.  Condition:  good.  photobuttongreen.gif


283.  (Oklahoma, 1900).  C. M. Barnes, Report of the Governor of Oklahoma to the Secretary of the Interior (Washington, D.C., 1900).  8vo, printed wraps, 113 pp., photos, folding color map.  “Map of Oklahoma Territory” by Harry King, 34.5 x 54cm.  Condition:  good.    


284.  (Optical Instruments, 1879).  James W. Queen & Company, Priced and Illustrated Catalogue of Optical Instruments (Philadelphia, 1879).  8vo, printed wraps, 185 pp., illus.  Condition:  good.


285.  Osler, William.  Bibliotheca Osleriana: A Catalogue of Books Illustrating the History of Medicine and Science (Oxford, 1929).  4to, 786 pp.  Clarendon Press imprint; collection bequeathed to McGill University.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


286.  -----.  Incunabula Medica:  A Study of the Earliest Printed Medical Books 1467-1480 (Oxford, 1923).  Small 4to, 137 pp., 16 plates.  Condition:  ex-library; good. photobuttongreen.gif


287.  Paden, Irene & Schlictmann, Margaret E.  The Big Oak Flat Road:  An Account of Freighting from Stockton to Yosemite Valley (San Francisco, 1955).  Small 4to, 356 pp., frontis., maps, illus.  Edition of 1,000 copies; signed by authors.  Condition:  untrimmed; fine.


288.  (Page, John B.).  “State of Vermont.  By the Governor.  Proclamation for a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer . . .” ([Montpelier, 1869]).  Broadside, 39 x 34.5cm.  Designating April 8, 1869.  Condition:  encapsulated; good. photobuttongreen.gif


289.  (Pan-American Exposition, 1901).  Holman D. Waldron, With Pen and Camera at the Pan-American Exposition (Portland, ME, 1901).  Oblong 4to, printed wraps, (47) pp., photos.  With:  Official Views of Pan-American Exposition (Buffalo, 1901).  Oblong 16mo, printed wraps, (105) pp., photos.  With:  Glimpses of North Dakota (Buffalo, 1901).  Oblong 8vo, printed wraps, (59) pp., photos.  “Issued by Authority North Dakota Pan-American Exposition Committee.”  Three titles, three volumes.  Condition:  all good.


290.  (Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915).  Natural Color Studies of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco 1915 ([San Francisco, 1915]).  Oblong 4to, printed wraps, (63) pp., 31 color plates.  With:  Views of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in Natural Colors ([San Francisco, 1915]).  Oblong 4to, printed wraps, 31 tipped-in color plates, each with tissue-paper caption page.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  edges of Natural Color Studies rough; light water-stain to cover of Views; both good.


291.  (Patent Medicine, 1861).  Bicolorata Bark.  By Edward Phelps, M.D. . . . few if any remedies equal it . . . Oxygenated Bitters . . . George B. Green, Windsor, Vt., April 20, 1861” ([Boston, 1861]).  Broadside, 48.5 x 33cm.  Two-column text; Windsor, Vermont, patent medicine advertisement.  Condition:  encapsulated; very good.


292.  (-----, ca. 1880).  “Dr. B. J. Kendall’s Blackberry Balsam.  The Most Wonderful Remedy of the Age!” (Enosburg Falls, VT, n.d. [ca. 1880]).  Broadside, 96 x 62cm.  Popular medicine from an Enosburg Falls company that lasted into the 1950s.  Condition:  encapsulated; edge tears; some separations at fold lines; good. photobuttongreen.gif


Commandant Partridge Takes His Cadets on a Good, Long Walk


293.  [Partridge, Alden].  A Journal of an Excursion, Made by the Corps of Cadets of the ALS&M Academy, Norwich, Vt., under Command of Capt. A. Partridge, June, 1824 (Windsor, 1824).  12mo, 48 pp.  Gilman p. 143.  Engineering and hiking field trip by students at what became Norwich University.  Condition:  good. 


294.  Payne, Charles Thomas.  Litchfield and Morris Inscriptions: A Record of Inscriptions Upon the Tombstones in the Towns of Litchfield and Morris, CT (Litchfield, 1905).  8vo, 304 pp., frontis., plates.  With three letters to the publisher and three photos laid in.  Condition:  good.


295.  Peck, Theodore S., comp.  Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers and Lists of Vermonters Who Served in the Army & Navy of the United States During the War of the Rebellion 1861-66 (Montpelier, 1892).  4to, 863 pp.  The essential reference source on Vermont participation in the Civil War.  Condition:  inside hinges cracked; slight warp to covers; bottom of spine torn; serviceable reading/reference copy. photobuttongreen.gif


296.  (Peoria, Illinois, 1892).  D. B. Allen, Map of Franks’ Peoria City Directory 1892-93 ([Peoria, 1892]).  Lithographed color map, 42 x 62.5cm, plus margins.  Shows streets, wards, RRs, industries, public buildings, etc.; ads in margin and on verso.  Condition:  encapsulated; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


297.  (Perkins, Edith Forbes).  Edith P. Cunningham, ed., Letters and Journal of Edith Forbes Perkins 1908-1925 (Cambridge, 1931).  8vo, 4 vols., 253-281 pp., frontis. ports., illus.  Signed presentation copy from the editor.  Condition:  uncut & untrimmed; very good.


298.  Peters, Absalom.  A Brief Answer to an Official Reply of the Board of Missions of the General Assembly to Six Letters of the Rev. Absalom Peters (New York, 1831).  8vo, 48 pp.  Sabin 61186.  “Also, Mr. Peters’ reply to the Rev. Dr. J. L. Wilson’s four propositions.”  Internal Presbyterian wrangling.  Condition:  removed; good.


299.  Peters, Charles.  The Autobiography of Charles Peters (Sacramento, [1915]).  12mo, printed wraps, 231 pp., illus.  Wheat 157.  Rocq 16003.  Kurutz 500.  “In 1915 the Oldest Pioneer Living in California.”  Condition:  good.


300.  Peters, Samuel.  A History of the Rev. Hugh Peters, A.M. (New York, 1807).  8vo, 155 pp.  Howes P-261.  Includes author’s dubious claim that he created the name “Verdmont” in 1768.  Condition:  ex-library; lacks frontispiece portrait not found in all copies; good. photobuttongreen.gif


301.  Phelps, Richard H.  Newgate of Connecticut; Its Origin and Early History (Hartford, 1892).  8vo, 117 pp., frontis., illus.  Howes P-289.  First published 1844.  “Being a full description of the famous and wonderful Simsbury mines and caverns, and the prison built over them . . . also, an illustrated description of the state prison at Wethersfield.”  Condition:  good.


302.  (Philately, United States, 1936-1950).  Collection of 223 United States postal First Day Covers, 1936-1950.  Four albums, some loose covers.  Addressed to recipients in Swanton and Lincoln, Vermont.  Condition:  all good.


Vermont Postmarks from Highgate to Dorset


303.  (-----, Vermont, 19th Century).  Group lot of nineteenth-century Vermont postmarks.  Includes envelopes from Windsor, Burlington, Newbury, Dorset, Norwich, Westminster, Bristol, Springfield, Arlington, Calais, Winooski Falls, Chester, Highgate, Jacksonville, West Burke, etc.  Dates range from 1817 to 1904, majority 1840s-1850s.  Ninety-seven items.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif


304.  (-----, Vermont, 1941).  Full sheet of U.S. 3-cent stamp, “Vermont 150th Anniversary of Statehood.”  Illustration of Vermont state capitol at Montpelier.  Scott 903.  Fifty stamps.  Designed by Alvin R. Meissner.  Condition:  very good.


305.  (Phillips Academy, 1928).  Views of Phillips Academy, Andover (New Haven, 1928).  Folio, 30 full-page photos, captions below.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


306.  [Phillips, Willard].  An Appeal to the Good Sense of the Democrats and to the Public Spirit of the Federalists (Boston, 1814).  8vo, 23 pp.  Sabin 62529.  Shaw 32496.  Federalist criticism of Democrats for conduct of the War of 1812.  Condition:  removed; good.


307.  (Photo Album, 1870s).  Photo Album, New England and eastern Canada, 1870s.  4to album, 25 leaves,93 photos.  Mix of CDVs and tintypes, family/local and celebrity portraits.  Detailed red leather binding, raised decorations.  Condition:  album lacks metal clasps, otherwise very good; photos very good. photobuttongreen.gif


308.  (Pocohabajac Marble Company, 1865).  Stock certificates of the Pocohabajac Marble Company, Pittsford, Vermont (New York, [1865]).  Broadside, 16.5 x 27.5cm.  Decorative border; quarry scene to center; Indians lower left; blacksmith top right.  PMC became a subsidiary of the Vermont Marble Company.  Five copies.  Condition:  fine.


All Voters Needed to Know about the 1860 Presidential Contest


309.  (Politics, U.S., 1860).  Presidential Campaign, 1860 ([New York, 1860]).  Broadside, 90 x 65cm.  “Agents wanted everywhere to sell campaign books, charts, medals, etc.”  Includes Democratic and Republican party platforms; color portraits of Stephen A. Douglas, Abraham Lincoln, Sam Houston, other political notables and candidates; color portraits of past presidents around the sides; United States map bottom center.  Condition:  encapsulated; some edge wear; excellent color; good. photobuttongreen.gif


310.  (Politics, Vermont).  Group lot of 26 pieces of printed ephemera relating to politics in Vermont, 1880s-1920s.  Includes campaign flyers, ribbons, Calvin Coolidge material, party platforms, small pamphlets, candidate statements, etc.  26 pieces, some duplicates.  Condition:  all good.


311.  (Poultney, Vermont).  Group lot of 17 pieces of printed ephemera, Poultney, Vermont, 1870s-1930s.  Includes business cards, programs, invitations, small broadsides, etc.  17 pieces, some duplicates.  Condition:  all good.


312.  (Post Cards, Vermont).  Album of 26 Vermont post cards.  Early 20th century, mix of scenery, people, buildings, street views.  16 b/w, 9 color.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


313.  Powell, John Wesley.  Second Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1880-81 (Washington, D.C., 1883).  4to, 477 pp., illus., color plates.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


314.  Prentice, George D.  Biography of Henry Clay (Hartford, 1831).  12mo, 304 pp., frontis. port.  Condition:  front hinge broken; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


315.  (Providence, Rhode Island).  Cove Reports, Made to the City Council, Thursday, January 29, 1846 ([Providence], 1846).  8vo, 22 pp., 2 folding frontis. maps.  On advisability of constructing a depot for the Providence and Worcester Rail-Road Company at the cove by the State Prison.  Condition:  good.


316.  (Puck illustrations, 1888).  Group lot of 28 single- and double-page color illustrations from 1888 issues of Puck.  Subjects include politics, international relations, public morals, finance, etc.  28 items.  Condition:  good to very good.


317.  (Pumps).  F. E. Myers & Bro., Catalogue and Price List of Pumps . . . Hay Tools (Ashland, OH, [ca. 1910]).  8vo, printed wraps, 302 pp., illus.  Catalogue No. 47; “Ashland Pump and Hay Tool Works, The Largest in the World.”  Condition:  some exterior wear; good.


318.  Putnam, George Haven.  A Prisoner of War in Virginia 1864-5 (New York, 1912).  Second edition.  8vo, 127 pp., frontis. port., photos, ads.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


319.  [Pycroft, James].  The Cricket Field: Or, the History and Science of Cricket (Boston, 1859).  12mo, 238 pp., frontis. port., illus, 14 pages of illus. ads.  Condition:  corners worn; ends of spine chipped; contents sound, good.


Spiritualism Beside the Lake in the 1880s


320.  (Queen City Park, South Burlington, Vermont).  Lake Champlain Spiritualist Camp Meeting . . . Held under the Auspices of the Queen City Park Association (Montpelier, 1883-84).  8vo, 4 pp.  QCP programs for 1883 (four copies) and 1884 (three copies) seasons.  List speakers, musical entertainments, rules and regulations, transportation, bylaws, description of Queen City Park, etc.  Two titles, seven pieces.  Condition:  all good.


321.  Quinby, G. W.  The Gallows, the Prison, and the Poor-House (Cincinnati, 1856).  Small 8vo, 326 pp., frontis. port.  “A plea for humanity; showing the demands of Christianity in behalf of the criminal and perishing classes.”  Condition:  good.


322.  (Railroads, 1869).  The Policy of Extending Government Aid to Additional Railroads to the Pacific, by Guaranteeing Interest on Their Bonds (Washington, D.C., 1869).  8vo, printed wraps, 31 pp., folding map.  “Report of the majority of the Senate committee on Pacific railroads.”  Map “The Great Railroad Routes to the Pacific, and Their Connections,” 34 x 68cm.  Two copies.  Condition:  both good. photobuttongreen.gif


323.  (-----, Vermont).  Group lot of 9 pieces of printed ephemera of Vermont railroads, 1840s-1890s.  Includes printed forms, 1847 subscription list, 1849 “Remonstrance” of Vermont and Canada RR against incorporation of the Champlain Railway Co., receipts, report to bondholders, etc.  9 pieces, some duplicates.  Condition:  all good.


324.  (Republican Party, 1888).  Group lot of 18 cartoons from Puck satirizing Republican Party politics during the 1888 presidential campaign.  Seven double-page (26 x 69cm) and 11 single-page (26 x 34.5cm) color cartoons by Opper, Taylor, Ehrhart, Keppler & Dalrymple.  Poking fun at the candidates, the party’s attempt to settle on an opponent for Grover Cleveland, etc.  Includes some front-cover pages.  Eighteen items.  Condition:  all good or better.


325.  Rhead, Louis.  The Speckled Brook Trout (New York, 1902).  8vo, 184 pp., color frontis., 14 b/w plates, 1 color plate.  Second impression.  Condition:  untrimmed; edges of spine rubbed; good.


326.  (Rhode Island, 1825).  A. Finley, Rhode Island (Philadelphia, 1825).  Engraved color map, 27 x 20cm.  From Finley’s A New General Atlas.  Shows counties, roads, waterways, some churches.  Condition:  strong color; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


327.  Richardson, Albert D.  The Secret Service, the Field, the Dungeon, and the Escape (Hartford, 1865).  8vo, 512 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Condition:  good.


328.  Richardson, Rupert N.  The Comanche Barrier to South Plains Settlement (Abilene, 1991).  4to, 260 pp., illus.  Edition of 600 copies; edited by Kenneth R. Jacobs.  Condition:  slight discoloration to front cover cloth; otherwise fine. 


329.  Rogers, John W.  Finding Literature on the Texas Plains (Dallas, 1931).  Small 8vo, 57 pp., frontis. port.  “With a representative bibliography of books on the Southwest by J. Frank Dobie; first half is a biographical sketch of Dobie.  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


330.  Rolland, Romain.  Mahatma Gandhi: The Man Who Became One with the Universal Being (New York & London, 1924).  12mo, 250 pp., frontis. port.  Ray Stannard Baker’s copy, signed and dated on the front flyleaf.  Condition:  clippings in back; good.


331.  Rollinson, John K.  Wyoming Cattle Trails (Caldwell, ID, 1948).  Small 4to, 366 pp., frontis., illus., dj.  “History of the Migration of Oregon-Raised Herds to Mid-Western Markets.”  Edition of 1,000 copies; signed by author.  Condition:  uncut & untrimmed; very good.


332.  Roosevelt, Kermit.  The Happy Hunting-Grounds (New York, 1920).  Small 8vo, 182 pp., frontis., photos.  Condition:  good.


333.  Ross, Arthur A.  A Discourse, Embracing the Civil and Religious History of Rhode-Island, Delivered April 4, 1838 (Providence, 1838).  12mo, 161 pp.  Sabin 73341.  Condition:  foxed; light water-staining; fair.


334.  Russell, Charles Edward.  The Greatest Trust in the World (New York, 1905).  8vo, 252 pp.  Muck-raking work on the American cattle industry.  Condition:  good.


335.  (Rutland, Vermont).  Group lot of 21 pieces of printed ephemera, Rutland, Vermont, 1870s-1940s.  Includes business cards, tickets to events, advertisements, programs, small broadsides, etc.  21 pieces, some duplicates.  Condition:  all good.


336.  Ryan, Marah Ellis.  Indian Love Letters (Chicago, 1907).  Small 8vo, 122 pp., Edward Curtis photo of young Indian woman tipped in as frontis., illus.  Condition:  very good.


337.  Sage, Lee.  The Last Rustler:  The Autobiography of Lee Sage (Boston, 1930).  8vo, 303 pp., illus.  Rustling with father, Montana to Mexico; horse-breaker with Ute Indians; moonshine during Prohibition.  Condition:  very good.


338.  (St. Lawrence Valley, 1897).  All-Round Route and Panoramic Guide of the St. Lawrence (Montreal, 1897).  8vo, printed wraps, xvi 342 pp., illus., 6 folding maps.  With:  same for 1898.  8vo, printed wraps, xvi 376 pp., illus., 8 folding maps.  One title, two editions.  Condition:  1897 moderate exterior wear, good; 1898 very good.


339.  Salten, Felix.  Bambi:  A Life in the Woods (New York, 1928).  8vo, 293 (1) pp., illus.  First edition, later printing.  Foreword by John Galsworthy.  Condition:  good.


340.  (San Francisco Earthquake, 1906).  The Story of the California Disaster (Portland, OR, 1906).  Small 4to, printed wraps, 78 pp., photos.  “An Authentic Account of the Earthquake of April 18, 1906, and The Great Fire.”  Condition:  paper spine worn; good.


341.  (Saratoga & St. Lawrence Railroad Company, 1889).  $1,000 “Guaranteed First Mortgage Bond of the Saratoga & St. Lawrence Railroad Company,” June 1, 1889.  Broadside, 27.5 x 38cm.  Color decorative border; maroon, green & black ink, white paper; signed by Samuel Willard Foster, president.  Condition:  encapsulated; fine. photobuttongreen.gif


Risen from the Dead in 1819 Manchester, Vermont


342.  Sargeant, Leonard.  The Trial, Confessions and Conviction of Jesse & Stephen Boorn for the Murder of Russell Colvin (Manchester, VT, 1873).  Small 4to, printed wraps, 48 pp.  Gilman p. 242.  Detailed review by one of the defense attorneys in the famous 1819 Manchester, Vermont, “murder conviction without a body” case; Colvin reappeared shortly after the trial.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


343.  Saunderson, Henry H.  History of Charlestown, New Hampshire, the Old No. 4 (Claremont, NH, 1876).  8vo, 726 pp., portraits and plates.  “Embracing the part borne by its inhabitants in the Indian, French and Revolutionary Wars and the Vermont controversy.  Also genealogies, sketches of families, from its settlement to 1876.”  Condition:  ex-library; good.


344.  Schuyler, Montgomery.  Westward the Course of Empire (New York, 1906).  12mo, 198 pp., frontis., photos, ads.  “’Out West’ and ‘Back East’ on the First Trip of the Los Angeles Limited.’”  Condition:  good.


345.  (Seed catalogue, 1864).  James Vick, Vick’s Illustrated Catalogue of Seeds, and Guide to the Flower Garden (Rochester, NY, 1864).  Small 4to, printed wraps, 48 pp., illus.  “Containing accurate descriptions of the leading floral treasures of the world.”  Condition:  some wear to covers; some light water-stains; good. photobuttongreen.gif


346.  Selfridge, Thomas O.  Reports of Explorations and Surveys to Ascertain the Practicability of a Ship-Canal Between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans by Way of the Isthmus of Darien (Washington, D.C., 1874).  4to, 268 pp., illus., plates, 17 large foldouts.  Condition:  edges of covers and spine worn; good. photobuttongreen.gif


347.  Seton, Ernest Thompson.  The Arctic Prairies (New York, 1911).  8vo, 414 pp., frontis., illus., maps.  “A canoe journey of 2,000 miles in search of the caribou; being an account of a voyage to the region north of Aylmer Lake.”  With:  Wild Animal Ways (Garden City, 1916).  8vo, 247 pp., frontis., 200 illus. by the author.  With:  Wild Animals I Have Known (New York, 1904).  8vo, 358 pp., 200 illus. by the author.  Three titles, three volumes.  Condition:  all good.


348.  Severance, Frank H.  Old Trails on the Niagara Frontier (Buffalo, 1889).  8vo, 321 pp., frontis.  Condition:  uncut & untrimmed; some cover wear; good.


349.  (Shakers, 1886).  Shaker Almanac 1886:  The Mystery Explained (No place, [1885]).  8vo, printed wraps, 32 pp., illus.  Patent medicine almanac, with portrait and biographical sketch at each month for “The Money Makers of America.”  Condition:  good.


350.  Shambaugh, Benjamin F.  The Old Stone Capitol Remembers (Iowa City, 1939).  8vo, 435 (1) pp.  “Marking the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of Iowa City, Iowa in 1839.”  Condition:  untrimmed; very good.


351.  Shaw, Samuel.  The Journals of Major Samuel Shaw, the First American Consul to Canton (Boston, 1847).  8vo, 360 pp., frontis. port.  “With a life of the author, by Josiah Quincy.”  Condition:  good.


352.  Sheridan, Philip H.  Personal Memoirs (New York, 1888).  Small 4to, 2 vols., 500 & 486 pp., frontis. ports., illus.  Condition:  good.


353.  (Shipping, 1794).  Third Congress, First Session, “An Act for the Relief of Stephen Paranque,” April 2, 1794.  ([Philadelphia, 1794]).  Broadside, 33.5 x 24cm.  Evans 27843.  Concerning cargo duties on ship Port Louis, at New York from Marseilles.  Condition:  removed; good.


354.  [Sholl, Charles].  Working Designs for Ten Catholic Churches (New York, 1869).  Folio, 73 pp., illus.  “Containing all dimensions, details and specifications necessary for the proper execution of each work to completion.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


355.  [Silliman, Benjamin].  Remarks Made on a Short Tour Between Hartford and Quebec, in the Autumn of 1819 (New Haven, 1824).  Second edition.  16mo, 443 pp.  Howes S-459.  Condition:  spine ends worn; corners rubbed; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


356.  Simpson, C. M.  Life in the Far West, or a Detective’s Thrilling Adventures Among the Indians and Outlaws of Montana (Chicago, 1896).  Small 8vo, 264 pp., illus., ads.  Condition:  fragile paper; good.


357.  Simpson, Charles.  A Yankee’s Adventures in South Africa (Chicago, 1897).  Small 8vo, 234 pp., frontis. port., illus., ads.  Condition:  fragile paper; good.


358.  Slade, William, Jr., comp.  Vermont State Papers (Middlebury, 1823).  8vo, 567 (1) pp.  Gilman pp. 248-49.  “Being a collection of records and documents, connected with the assumption and establishment of government by the people of Vermont.”  Condition:  full original calf; good.


359.  Smith, Asa.  Smith’s Illustrated Astronomy (Boston, [1848]).  4to, 79 pp., illus.  “Designed for the use of the public or common schools in the United States.”  Condition:  fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


360.  [Smith, Charles Henry].  Bill Arp, So Called:  A Side Show of the Southern Side of the War (New York, 1866).  12mo, 204 4 pp., decorative second t.p., frontis. port., illus.  Wright 2253.  Condition:  good. 


361.  Smith, F. Hopkinson.  Charcoals of New and Old New York (Garden City, 1912).  4to, 142 pp., illus.  With:  Old Fashioned Folk (Boston, 1907).  12mo, 52 (1) pp.  Two copies.  “A plea for the simpler life of former times delivered at the Harvard Union, Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 27, 1907.” Two titles, three volumes.  Condition:  all untrimmed; moderate cover wear to Charcoals; all good.


362.  Smith, Henry H.  Anatomical Atlas, Illustrative of the Structure of the Human Body (Philadelphia, 1845).  4to, 200 pp., illus., skeleton on spine and front cover.  Condition:  light water-staining; good. photobuttongreen.gif 


Smith’s Green Mountain Renovator Goes to War


363.  [Smith, Ransom J. (1839-1900)].  Group lot of 77 letters, January 12, 1861-December 30, 1872.  A resident of Georgia, Vermont, Smith manufactured Smith’s Green Mountain Renovator and other patent medicines at the St. Albans Remedy Company.  During the Civil War he served in Company I, Tenth Vermont Infantry, from August 9, 1862, to June 22, 1865.  Majority of lot is 65 letters from Smith to family and friends during his wartime service: includes detailed accounts of his life in the Army and the regiment’s activities, including action at Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, and Cedar Creek.  Stamped and some stationary envelopes for most of the letters.  Also a few family letters and two other soldier letters, from G. R. Bates, Company H, Eighth Vermont Infantry (May 7, 1863, “hard fiting” at Chancellorsville) and C. F. Laflin, Company A, Fifth Vermont Infantry, April 26, 1864.  An excellent Vermont Civil War archive.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


364.  (Sons of Temperance, 1886).  “List of Representatives Present at the Forty-Second Annual Session of the National Division, S. of T., Held at New Haven, Conn., July 13-16, 1886” ([New Haven, 1886]).  Broadside, 36 x 23cm.  Three-column list, by state and town.  Condition:  good.


365.  Sorley, L. S.  History of the Fourteenth United States Infantry: From January, 1890 to December, 1908 (Chicago, 1909).  Small 4to, printed wraps, 155 pp.  Privately printed.  Includes service in the Spanish-American War and the Boxer Rebellion.  Condition:  untrimmed; good. 


366.  (Spanish-American War, 1898).  “State of Vermont.  By Josiah Grout, Governor.  A Proclamation.  Whereas, A state of war exists between the United States and the Kingdom of Spain . . .” ([Montpelier], 1898).  Broadside, 28 x 21.5cm, with attached blank leaf.  Calling for the Vermont legislature to convene May 5, 1898, “that then and there measures may be considered authorizing and providing funds for the equipment, subsistence and transportation of such soldiers as shall be furnished by Vermont . . . during said war.”  Condition:  good.


367.  (-----).  “Coming!  National View Co.’s Grand Exhibition of the Cuban War!” (No place, [1898]).  Broadside, 82 x 52.5cm, portraits of William McKinley and Admiral George Dewey, Spanish execution of prisoners at center.  “Over 100 views!  All too true to nature!”  Condition:  encapsulated; light water-staining; thin/fragile paper; fair. photobuttongreen.gif


368.  Spargo, John.  The Bitter Cry of the Children (New York, 1906).  8vo, 337 pp., frontis., photos.  With:  The Marx He Knew (Chicago, 1909).  16mo, 86 pp., frontis., photos.  With:  Two Bennington-Born Explorers and Makers of Modern Canada (Bradford, VT, 1950).  8vo, 135 pp., illus.  Three first editions by the international Socialist leader who became president of the Vermont Historical Society and founding director of the Bennington Museum.  Three titles, three volumes.  Condition:  light cover wear to Marx; all good or better.


369.  Sparks, Jared.  Life of Col. Ethan Allen (Burlington, 1858).  16mo, 226 pp.  Gilman p. 7.  Condition:  spine worn, taped; fair. photobuttongreen.gif


Texas Chooses a Side in the Civil War


370.  Sprague, J. T.  The Treachery in Texas, the Secession of Texas, and the Arrest of the United States Officers and Soldiers Serving in Texas (New York, 1862).  Tall 8vo, wraps, pp. [109]-142.  “Read before the New-York Historical Society, June 25, 1861.”  Condition:  lacks front wrap; otherwise good.


371.  Squire, Watson C.  Report of the Governor of Washington Territory to the Secretary of the Interior (Washington, D.C., 1885).  8vo, green printed wraps, 77 pp., folding map.  Color map, “Washington Territory,” by G. P. Struhm, 54 x 71cm, plus margins.  Folding “Diagram Illustrating Progress of the Pacific Coast Coal Market and the Sources of Supply” in back.  Condition:  back wrap slightly discolored; good.


372.  Stanly, Edward.  A Military Government Among Abolitionists: A Letter . . . to Charles Sumner (New York, 1865).  8vo, printed wraps, 48 pp.  Defense of Stanly’s conduct as Military Governor of North Carolina, refuting criticism by Sumner in an Atlantic Monthly article.  Condition:  slight wear to wraps; light water-stain on t.p.; fair.


373.  Stanton, Henry B.  Random Reminiscences (New York, 1887).  Small 8vo, 298 pp., frontis. port.  Reminiscences of antislavery, politics, the law, New York legislature, the Civil War.  Condition:  edges rubbed; good.


374.  Staples, Arthur G., ed.  The Letters of John Fairfield (Lewiston, ME, 1922).  Small 4to, 473 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Edition of 700 copies.  “A Representative in Congress from 1835 to 1837; a member of the Senate of the United States from 1843 to 1847, and a Governor of Maine in 1839, 1840, 1842, and a part of 1843.”  Condition:  untrimmed; good.


375.  (Statuary, 1876).  “Galloway & Graff, Established 1810.  Market Street Pottery, Nos. 1723 and 1725 Market Street, Philad’a.” ([Philadelphia, 1876]).  4to, 4 pp., 21 illus.  Illustrated sales piece for “terra cotta statuary, flower boxes, flower pots, vases, pedestals, &c.”  Condition:  good.


376.  (Steamboats, Lake Champlain).  Group lot of 7 pieces of printed ephemera relating to steamboats on Lake Champlain, 1850s-60s.  Includes ca. 1852 Bradley & Canfield “Circular” on the Merchant’s Boat Line (3 copies), undated B & C letter with illustration of canal boat at top on rules for transporting nails and iron as cargo, and a 4-fold 1864 “Summer Arrangement” schedule for steamboat and rail travel in the Champlain Valley (3 copies).  3 items, 7 pieces.  Condition:  all good.


377.  Steele, Zadock.  The Indian Captive; Or a Narrative of the Captivity & Sufferings of Zadock Steele (Montpelier, 1818).  16mo, 142 (2) pp.  Howes S-930, “aa.”  First-hand account by a captured settler of the 1780 British & Indian raid along the White River Valley and the burning of Royalton, Vermont.  Condition:  lacks flyleaves; title-page worn; fair.  photobuttongreen.gif


378.  Stefansson, Vilhjalmur.  The Friendly Arctic: The Story of Five Years in Polar Regions (New York, 1922).  8vo, 784 pp., frontis., photos, 2 folding maps.  Condition:  very good.


379.  Stephens, John L.  Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan (New York, 1841).  8vo, 2 vols., 424 & 474 pp., folding map, numerous engravings.  Condition:  early 20th-century three-quarter green morocco & marbled boards binding; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


380.  (Stereoviews).  Russia Through the Stereoscope (New York, 1897-98).  Boxed set of 98 (of 100) stereopticon photographic images.  Printed description in six languages on backs of views.  Condition:  minor wear to box; stereoviews good. photobuttongreen.gif


381.  (Sterling School Furniture Company).  “The Sterling School Furniture Company, Manufacturer of Improved School Furniture” ([Sterling, IL, 1876]).  Broadsheet, 58 x 42.5cm, 33 lithographic illustrations.  Text, descriptions and illustrations.  Condition:  encapsulated; good. photobuttongreen.gif


382.  Stevens, Henry S.  Address Delivered at the Dedication of Monument of the 14th Conn. Vols. at Gettysburg, Penn., July 3d, 1884 (Middletown, CT, 1884).  8vo, printed wraps, 35 (1) pp., tipped in photo frontis.  “Also, an account of the Trip of the 14th C.V. to Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1884, by Comrade J. W. Knowlton.”  Condition:  good.


383.  Stevenson, Robert Louis.  The Essay on Walt Whitman (East Aurora, NY, 1900).  8vo, 91 (1) pp., frontis. port., suede covers.  “With a Little Journey to the Home of Whitman, by Elbert Hubbard.”  Printed at the Roycroft Shop.  Condition:  good.


384.  Stewart, John.  An Account of Prince Edward Island, in the Gulph of St. Lawrence, North America (London, 1806).  8vo, 304 pp., folding map.  Condition:  spine and edges worn; good. photobuttongreen.gif


385.  (Stewart, John W.).  “State of Vermont.  By John W. Stewart, Governor.  A Proclamation . . .”  ([Montpelier, 1871]).  Broadside, 43.5 x 35.5cm.  Designating Nov. 30, 1871, “as a day of public thanksgiving and praise.”  With:  “State of Vermont . . . A Proclamation . . .” ([Montpelier, 1872]).  Broadside, 43.5 x 35.5cm.  Designating April 5, 1872, “as a day of Fasting and Prayer.” Two broadsides.  Condition:  encapsulated; both good.


386.  Stimson, H. K.  From the Stage Coach to the Pulpit, Being an Auto-Biographical Sketch, with Incidents and Anecdotes (St. Louis, 1874).  Small 8vo, 427 pp., frontis. port.  “The veteran pioneer of western New York, now of Kansas.”  Condition:  good.


387.  Stokes, I. N. Phelps.  The Iconography of Manhattan Island 1498-1909 (1915-19; reprint ed., Eastford, CT, 1998).  4to, 6 vols., 473-677 pp., illus.  Howes S-1026.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif


388.  Stone, Arthur F.  The Vermont of Today (New York, 1929).  4to, 4 vols., 446-526 pp., numerous illus. & ports.  “With historical background, attractions and people.”  Detailed and useful source on 1920s Vermont.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


389.  (Stone Industry, Vermont).  Group lot of 14 pieces of printed ephemera of Vermont granite and marble companies, 1880s-1940s.  Includes business cards, illustrated pamphlets, flyers, programs, brochures, etc.  14 pieces.  Condition:  all good.


390.  Stratton, Arthur.  The English Interior: A Review of the Decoration of English Homes from Tudor Times to the XIXth Century (London, [1920]).  Folio, xxviii 86 pp., 115 plates.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


391.  Sturtevant, Ralph O.  Pictorial History Thirteenth Regiment Vermont Volunteers War of 1861-1865 (No place listed, [1910]).  4to, 896 pp., illus.  Bassett 1936.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


392.  Sumner, Samuel.  History of the Missisco Valley (Irasburg, VT, 1860).  Small 4to, 75 pp.  Gilman p. 270.  “With an introductory notice of Orleans County, by Rev. S. R. Hall.”  Condition:  removed; front and back wraps worn; fair. photobuttongreen.gif


393.  (Sundials).  Launcelot Cross, The Book of Old Sundials & Their Mottoes (London, [1914]).  12mo, 103 pp., color frontis., illus., ads.  Eight color illustrations by Alfred Rawlings, 36 b/w drawings by Warrington Hogg.  Condition:  untrimmed; moderate cover wear; good.


394.  Sutton, George M.  Eskimo Year: A Naturalist’s Adventures in the Far North (New York, 1934).  8vo, 321 pp., illus.  Condition:  good.


395.  Swift, Esther M.  Vermont Place Names: Footprints of History (Brattleboro, 1977).  8vo, 701 pp., maps.  A very useful Vermont reference work, full of information on local history.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


396.  Sylvester, Nathaniel B.  Historical Sketches of Northern New York and the Adirondack Wilderness (Troy, NY, 1877).  8vo, 316 pp., frontis. port., port.  “Including traditions of the Indians, early explorers, pioneer settlers, hermit hunters, etc.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


397.  (Tariff, 1794).  Third Congress, First Session, “An Act laying certain duties upon Snuff and Refined Sugar,” June 5, 1794 ([Philadelphia, 1794]).  Folio, 6 pp.  Evans 27870.  Establishing duties on snuff and sugar made in or imported into the United States.  Condition:  removed; good.


398.  (-----, 1888).  Group lot of 11 Puck cartoons on the tariff as an American political issue in 1888.  Lithographs, 5 single-page (34.5 x 26cm), 6 double-page (34.5 x 52cm), all color.  By Opper, Dalrymple, Keppler, and Taylor.  Four front covers.  Cartoons favor tariff reform, lampoon business/industrial support for continued protective rates.  Eleven cartoons.  Condition:  encapsulated; all very good.


399.  (Telegraph, 1855).  J. H. Colton & Co., Map Showing the Telegraph Lines in Operation, Under Contract and Contemplated, to Complete the Circuit of the Globe (New York, 1855).  Lithographed map, 62.5 x 40cm, plus margins.  World map, telegraph lines in red, green and blue.  Condition:  fold lines; good. photobuttongreen.gif


400.  (Temperance, 1852).  “An Act to Prevent Traffic in Intoxicating Liquors for the Purpose of Drinking” ([Montpelier], 1852).  8vo, sewn, 11 pp.  Senate Bill No. 34.  Strict Vermont temperance law, one of the first in the antebellum U.S.; “300 copies to be printed for the use of the Senate.”  Condition:  good.


Temperance in Lamoille County, Vermont, in the 1870s


401.  (-----, 1872-1876).  Manuscript record book of Lamoille Lodge No. 30, International Organization of Good Templars, 1872-1876.  Small 4to, 170 pp.  Records of Johnson, Vermont, meetings of temperance group.  Condition:  covers worn; contents sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif


402.  Thayer, William M.  Marvels of the New West (Norwich, CT, 1888).  Small 4to, 715 pp., illus., maps.  “Over 350 fine engravings.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


403.  Thompson, Daniel Pierce.  The Green Mountain Boys (London, 1840).  8vo, 136 pp.  First foreign edition of the popular Vermont novel.  Condition:  removed; no printed wraps; fair.  photobuttongreen.gif


404.  Thompson, Daniel Pierce.  The Green Mountain Boys: A Historical Tale (Boston, 1848).  8vo, 364 pp.  With:  Locke Amsden, or The Schoolmaster: A Tale (Boston, 1847).  8vo, 231 pp.  First edition.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  GMB very good; LA front hinge starting, otherwise very good.


405.  Thompson, George.  Prison Life and Reflections; Or, a Narrative of the Arrest, Trial, Conviction, Imprisonment, Treatment, Observations, Reflections, and Deliverance of Work, Burr, and Thompson (Hartford, 1855).  8vo, 377 pp., frontis.  “Who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri penitentiary, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty.”  Condition:  edges rubbed; good.


406.  Thompson, Zadock.  A Gazetteer of the State of Vermont (Montpelier, 1824).  12mo, 310 (2) pp., folding front. map, 3 engraved plates.  Howes T-207.  Condition:  new leather spine; good.


407.  -----.  History of Vermont, Natural, Civil, and Statistical (Burlington, 1842).  8vo, full calf, 224 224 200 (4) pp., folding map, illus.  Howes T-209.  The magnum opus of the prolific Green Mountain naturalist and historian.  Condition:  light water-staining; good.


408.  Thomson, David Croal.  The Life and Works of Thomas Bewick (London, 1882).  Folio, 276 pp., frontis. port., illus.  Large-paper edition of 75 copies.  Condition:  moderate cover wear; good.


409.  [Thornton, Robert J.].  “Aesculapius, Flora, Ceres and Cupid honouring the Bust of Linnaeus.”  (London, April 1, 1806).  Stipple engraving, 46 x 34.5cm, plus margins.  From a painting by John Russell & John Opie; one of the frontispieces in Thornton’s The Temple of Flora (London, 1799-1806).  Partly printed in color, partly hand-colored.  Condition:  encapsulated; top margin edge rough; lower right margin corner reattached; good. photobuttongreen.gif


410.  Tilden, William T.  Lawn Tennis for Match Players (London, [1922]).  16mo, 48 pp., frontis. photo, illus.  Condition:  good.


411.  Titus, John.  Adirondack Pioneers: Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of Men that Made the Adirondacks Famous (Troy, NY, 1899).  8vo, printed wraps, 48 pp., port. photos.  Condition:  name inked out top left corner of front cover; good.


412.  Todd, John M.  A Sketch of the Life of John M. Todd (Sixty-two Years in a Barber Shop) and Reminiscences of His Customers (Portland, ME, 1906).  8vo, 322 (1) pp., frontis. port.  Condition:  good.


413.  Townshend, R. B.  Last Memories of a Tenderfoot (London, 1926).  8vo, 270 pp., frontis., photos, ads.  With:  The Tenderfoot in New Mexico (London, 1923).  8vo, 257 pp., frontis. port., illus., dj.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both good.


414.  (Trade catalog, 1881).  Illustrated Price List of Hill’s Patent Roving Cans (Providence, 1881).  16mo, stiff printed wraps, 28 (3) pp., illus.  Manufacturers of cotton-mill equipment/machinery.  Condition:  some wear to wraps; good.


415.  (Trap shooting).  Trap Shooters’ Handy Book (Cincinnati, [1904]).  16mo, printed color wraps, 55 (1) pp., illus.  Published by the King Powder Company and the Peters Cartridge Company.  With:  Field and Trap Shooting (Wilmington, DE, [ca. 1925]).  8vo, printed color wraps, 56 pp., illus.  Published by the Hercules Powder Company.  Two titles, two volumes.  Condition:  both good.


416.  “Traveler and Teacher.”  Crests from the Ocean-World; Or Experiences in a Voyage to Europe (Boston, 1853).  Small 8vo, 408 pp., frontis.  “Principally in France, Belgium, and England, in 1847 and 1848.”  Two copies.  Condition:  both good.


417.  Troup, Robert.  A Letter to the Hon. Brockholst Livingston . . . on the Lake Canal Policy of the State of New-York (Albany, 1822).  8vo, 38 34 42 5 pp.  Second edition, enlarged.  Sabin 97065.  Promoting the Erie Canal.  Condition:  repaired tear in t.p.; overall very good.


418.  Tyrrell, J. W.  Across the Sub-Arctics of Canada (Toronto, 1897).  8vo, 280 pp., frontis. port., illus.  “A Journey of 3,200 Miles by Canoe and Snowshoe Through the Barren Lands.”  Condition:  good.


419.  (Underhill, Vermont, ca. 1960).  “Underhill, Vermont on the Western Slopes of Mount Mansfield.  3000 Foot Elevation – Two 1000 Foot Tows.  New Practice Slopes and Trails” (Underhill, VT, n.d. [ca. 1960]).  Broadside, 53.5 x 41.5cm, skier at center.  Condition:  encapsulated; very good. photobuttongreen.gif


420.  (Union Pacific Railway, 1867-1868).  The Union Pacific Railway Company, Chartered by the United States (New York, 1867).  8vo, printed pictorial wraps, 24 pp.  “Progress of their road from Omaha, Nebraska, across the continent.”  With:  Letter of Dr. John Perry, President of the Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division (Philadelphia, 1868).  8vo, printed wraps, 28 pp., large folding map “Showing the Necessity and Advantages of Its Construction to the Pacific.”  With:  The Union Pacific Railway Eastern Division or (Kansas Pacific Railway) (Washington, D.C., 1868).  8vo, printed wraps, 50 pp., folding frontis. map “Importance of Its Route to all Sections of the Country.”  Three titles, three volumes.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif


421.  Upham, Charles Wentworth.  Life, Explorations and Public Services of John Charles Fremont (Boston, 1856).  12mo, 366 pp., frontis. port., plates.  Campaign biography for 1856 presidential election.  Condition:  good.


422.  Upjohn, Richard.  Rural Church Architecture (New York, no date [ca. 1860]).  4to, 45 plates, 25 of them in color.  Condition:  cloth wrinkled; foxing; tear and wrinkling on title-page; fair. 


423.  (U.S. Senate, 1856).  Maps and Views to Accompany Message and Documents 1855-6 (Washington, D.C., 1856).  8vo, 35 plans and maps, some folding.  Maps and surveys of government projects on harbors, canals, internal improvements, explorations, federal buildings, etc.  To accompany President Franklin Pierce’s message to Congress.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


424.  Vale, Robert B.  Wings, Fur & Shot: A Grass-Roots Guide to American Hunting (New York, 1936).  8vo, 199 pp., color frontis., illus.  “Wherein is included a practical study of wild life habits, conservation and other sensible matters designed to make hunting a greater sport.”  Condition:  uncut & untrimmed; good.


425.  Van Resselaer, Marianna G.  Henry Hobson Richardson and His Works (Park Forest, IL, 1967).  Folio, 152 pp., frontis. port., illus.  First published 1888.  Condition:  good.


Vermont in 1815 – In French


426.  (Vermont, 1825).  Jean A. C. Buchon, Carte Geographique, Statistique, et Historique du Vermont ([Paris, 1825]).  Engraved map, 30 x 22cm, original color.  Cobb 195.  French edition of Carey & Lea atlas map.  Descriptive text on 3 sides, whole sheet 54 x 68.5cm.  Condition:  encapsulated; fine. photobuttongreen.gif


427.  (-----, 1902).  National Publishing Company, Complete Map of Vermont (Boston, 1902).  Folding color map, backed on linen, in black cloth covers, map 140.5 x 91.5cm.  “Showing highways & natural features with an index of all cities, villages, post offices and rail road stations.”  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


428.  (Vermont and Canada Rail Road Company, 1850).  $500 6% bond (1850).  Broadside, 42 x 28.5cm.  Train at top, decorative border at right; printed in black on light blue paper; with 10 semi-annual $15 payment coupons at bottom.  Three copies.  Condition:  encapsulated; very good.


429.  (Vermont Asylum, 1887).  The Vermont Asylum for the Insane.  Its Annals for Fifty Years (Brattleboro, 1887).  8vo, 302 pp., illus.  Gilman p. 314.  Condition:  very good. photobuttongreen.gif


430.  (Vermont Central and Vermont & Canada Railroads, 1865).  Bound manuscript payroll record for the two railroads, June 1865.  Folio, 45 pp., 5 x 7 train wreck photo and booklet for Association of American Railroads Brake & Train Air Signal Expo laid in.  Internal Revenue stamps on many of the pages.  Condition:  covers worn; contents sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif


Vermont Railroads Appeal to Investors in the Gilded Age


431.  (-----, 1867).  $100 “7 per cent Loan” bond (1867).  Broadside, 42 x 30cm.  With 20 semi-annual $3.50 payment coupons below.  With:  $1,000 “$500,000 7 per cent Loan” bond (1867).  Broadside, 42 x 30cm.  With 20 semi-annual $35 payment coupons below.  Both signed by John Gregory Smith.  Two items.  Condition:  encapsulated; both very good.


432.  (-----, 1867-1869).  $1,000 8% “$300,000 Loan” bond (1867).  Broadside, 20 x 32.5cm.  Vermont state seal at top; farm scene lower left; blacksmith lower right.  With:  $1,000 8% “$500,000 Loan” bond (1869).  Same design as 1867 $1,000 bond.  Both signed by John Gregory Smith.  Two items.  Condition:  encapsulated; both very good.


433.  (Vermont Central Railroad Company, 1866).  $100 7% “Bond for old Second Mortgage” (1866).  Broadside, 60 x 32cm.  Printed in green, black & blue; train at top center; decorative blue border.  With 44 semi-annual $3.50 payment coupons below.  With:  $500 7% “Bond for old Second Mortgage” (1866).  Broadside, 60 x 32cm.  Same design as $100 bond.  Both signed by John Gregory Smith.  Two items.  Condition:  encapsulated; both very good. photobuttongreen.gif


434.  (-----, 1872).  $100 “Income and Extension” bond (1872).  Broadside, 61.5 x 35.5cm.  With 50 semi-annual $4.00 payment coupons below.  With:  $200 “Income and Extension” bond (1872).  Broadside, 61.5 x 32cm.  With 50 semi-annual $8.00 payment coupons below.  With:  $500 “Income and Extension” bond (1872).  Broadside, 61.5 x 35.5cm.  With 50 semi-annual $20.00 payment coupons below.  All signed by John Gregory Smith.  Three items.  Condition:  encapsulated; all very good. photobuttongreen.gif


Eighteenth-Century Vermont Creates a Code of Law


435.  (Vermont Laws, 1779).  Acts and Laws, Passed by the General Assembly . . . State of Vermont . . . October 1779 (Hartford, CT, 1780).  4to, (5) pp.  Evans 17052.  Printed in Connecticut after the Vermont state press at Dresden [Hanover], New Hampshire, ceased operation.  Quite rare.  Condition:  removed; bottom of last leaf ragged; vertical tear into imprint; fair.


436.  (-----, 1781).  Acts and Laws, Passed by the General Assembly . . . State of Vermont . . . February 1781 ([Westminster, VT, 1781]).  4to, (9) pp.  McCorison 45.  Evans 17399.  One of the first imprints of the press at Westminster, Vermont.  Rare.  Condition:  removed; bottom half of last leaf missing; horizontal line fold; fair.


437.  (-----, -----).  Acts and Laws, Passed by the General Assembly . . . State of Vermont . . . April 1781 ([Westminster, VT, 1781]).  4to, (12) pp.  McCorison 49.  Evans 17401.  With:  Acts and Laws . . . October 1781 ([Westminster, VT, 1782]).  4to, (4) pp.  Mc0Corison 56.  Evans 17402.  Two titles, two items.  Condition:  both removed; both with horizontal line folds; June 1781 lacks pp. 8-12; both fair. 


438.  (-----, 1787).  Acts and Laws, Passed by the Legislature of the State of Vermont . . . October, 1787 ([Windsor, 1787]).  Small 4to, 16 pp.  McCorison 139.  Condition:  outside edges rounded; fair. photobuttongreen.gif


439.  (-----, 1799).  Acts and Laws Passed by the Legislature of the State of Vermont . . . October, 1799 (Rutland, [1799]).  8vo, 137 pp.  McCorison 550.  Condition:  ex-library; some water-staining; rebound in tan cloth; contents good. photobuttongreen.gif


440.  (Vermont Local History).  Group lot of 19th- and 20th-century Vermont town histories.  Includes Bennington (1898), Bethel (1895), Reading (1903), Barre (1928), Springfield (1922), Burlington (1895), Bellows Falls (1899); Ludlow (1899), and Newbury (1902).  Eleven volumes.  Condition:  most good or better.  Should be seen, sold as is.


441.  (Vermont Manuscripts, 1862-1903).  Group lot of miscellaneous manuscripts from Fairfield, Bakersfield, St. Albans, Swanton, and other Vermont towns, 1862-1903.  Includes Civil War, postmarks, letters, 1896-1903 address book, ephemera, etc.  Total of 50 items.  Condition:  all good or better.  Should be seen, sold as is.


442.  (Vermont Railroad Commissioners, 1888-1902).  Group lot of four biennial reports – 1888, 1894, 1898, and 1902.  8vo, 217 69 to 933 xcv pp., illus., folding maps.  Four volumes.  Condition:  all good. photobuttongreen.gif


443.  (View Books, 1887-1906).  Group lot:  Views of Utah and Tourist Guide (Salt Lake City, [1887]).  Oblong 12mo, 14 fold-out pp. views, 30-page tourist guide at back.  With:  Souvenir of the Adirondacks (Portland, ME, ca. 1890).  Oblong 12mo, 14 fold-out pp. views.  With:  World’s Fair Album of Chicago 1893 (Chicago, 1893).  Oblong 8vo, 15 fold-out pp. views, 6 pp. text, map.  With:  Portfolio of Photographs of the World’s Fair (Chicago, 1893).  Oblong 4to, 16 pp.  With:  Glimpses of the San Francisco Disaster, Graphically Depicting the Great California Earthquake and Fire (Chicago, 1906).  Oblong 12mo, 98 pp., illus.  Five volumes.  Condition:  good.   photobuttongreen.gif


444.  Walker, Robert J. & Davies, Arthur.  An Outline of the Empire of the West; Including the United Kingdom, the United States, and the British Colonies (London, 1852).  8vo, 34 pp.  Suggesting commercial and political unification of the U.S. and the British Empire.  Condition:  good.


445.  (War of 1812).  An Address of Members of the House of Representatives . . . on the Subject of the War with Great Britain (New York, 1812).  8vo, 32 pp.  Shaw & Shoemaker 24548.  Signed in print by George Sullivan and 33 other Federalist Congressmen.  Condition:  untrimmed; small hole top of t.p.; good.


  446.  (-----).  Herbert T. Thompson, comp., State of Vermont: Roster of Soldiers in the War of 1812-14 (St. Albans, 1933).  8vo, 474 pp.  Condition:  very good.


447.  Ward, Elizabeth.  Old Times in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts: Gleanings from History and Tradition (New York, 1892).  Small 8vo, 187 pp., illus.  Condition:  good.


Mr. Wardner Breaks with Vermont Historical Tradition


448.  Wardner, Henry S.  The Birthplace of Vermont:  A History of Windsor to 1781 (New York, 1927).  8vo, 562 pp., illus.  An important and influential revisionist contribution to the early history of Vermont.  Condition:  fine.


449.  Warren, D. M.  A System of Physical Geography (Philadelphia, 1863).  4to, 92 pp., illus., 20 full-page color maps.  Condition:  good.


450.  Waterhouse, Sylvester.  The Resources of Missouri (St. Louis, 1867).  8vo, printed wraps, 96 pp., ads.  Condition:  good.


451.  (Watertown, Massachusetts).  Watertown’s Military History (Boston, 1907).  8vo, 281 pp., illus.  “Published in 1907, under the direction of a committee representing the Sons of the American Revolution and Isaac B. Patten Post 81, Grand Army of the Republic.”  Condition:  good.


452.  Webster, Daniel.  Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster at the National Republican Convention, in Worcester, Oct. 12, 1832 (Boston, 1832).  Condition:  good.


453.  [Webster, Noah].  The Prompter; Or a Commentary on Common Sayings & Subjects (Windsor, VT, 1827).  32mo, 96 pp.  “Published by Simeon Ide”; first issued Hartford, CT, 1791.  Condition:  light foxing; good.


454.  (Weimar Machine Works).  Four pieces of printed ephemera, Weimar Machine Works, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, ca. 1880.  Three illustrated broadsides – stoves, boilers, furnace – 26.5 x 20.5cm to 34 x 26.5cm.  One 8vo illustrated folded flyer, 3 pp. – “Short Stroke Blowing Engine.”  Four items.  Condition:  all good.


455.  Wells, Frederic P.  History of Barnet, Vermont (Burlington, 1923).  Small 4to, 689 pp., illus., maps.  Bassett 2776.  “From the outbreak of the French and Indian War to the Present Time.  With genealogical records of many families.”  Folded 1941 highway map of Barnet pinned to front flyleaf.  Condition:  ex-library; good. photobuttongreen.gif


456.  -----.  History of Newbury, Vermont (St. Johnsbury, 1902).  Small 4to, 779 pp., illus., folding map, folding panoramas.  Bassett 4935.  “From the discovery of the Coos country to present time, with genealogical records of many families.”  Condition:  good to very good.


457.  Wells, Richard A.  Manners, Culture and Dress of the Best American Society (Springfield, MA, 1891).  Small 8vo, 502 pp., illus.  Condition:  very good.


458.  (Westford, Vermont, 1831-1850).  Account book of unidentified farmer, Westford, Vermont, 1831-1850.  12mo, 162 pp.  Records for labor costs, sales of farm produce/crops, etc.  With three documents laid in:  1850 court appointment of Hezekiah How as guardian of Josiah Frisby, “an insane person”; 1855 letter on death of “our dear sister Laura Ann”; and 1861 letter on drowning death of brother at Newbury, Vermont.  Condition:  binding poor; contents sound, good. photobuttongreen.gif


459.  Wheelock, Julia S.  The Boys in White; The Experience of a Hospital Agent in and Around Washington (New York, 1870).  12mo, 274 pp., frontis. port.  Condition:  good.


460.  Whitney, Caspar.  The Flowing Road: Adventures in the Great Rivers of South America (Philadelphia, 1912).  8vo, 319 pp., frontis., photos.  Condition:  untrimmed; very good.


461.  [Williams, Catherine B.].  Might and Right (Providence, 1844).  Small 8vo, 345 (1) pp., frontis. port. of Thomas Dorr.  Second edition, with the added Appendix.  Favorable overview of the Dorrite push for democracy in Rhode Island; also attributed to Frances H. M. Green.  Condition:  light water-staining; fair.


462.  Williams, George F.  Bullet and Shell.  War as the Soldier Saw It: Camp, March and Picket; Battlefield and Bivouac; Prison and Hospital (New York, 1882).  8vo, 454 pp., frontis., illus., ads.  Illustrations by Edwin Forbes.  Condition:  good.


463.  Williams, John.  The Redeemed Captive Returing to Zion; Or the Captivity and Deliverance of Rev. John Williams of Deerfield (Springfield, MA, 1908).  16mo, 212 pp.  Howes W-461.  Famous account of the 1704 Deerfield Raid, by a captive carried to Canada.  Condition:  fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


464.  [Williams, Samuel].  Sketches of the War, Between the United States and the British Isles (Rutland, 1825).  8vo, 496 pp.  McCorison 1801.  Gilman p. 247.  “Intended as a faithful history of all the material events from the time of the declaration in 1812, to and including the treaty of peace in 1815.”  Condition:  leather covers a bit warped; good.  photobuttongreen.gif


465.  [Williams, Wendell].  History of the Town of Rochester, Vt. (Montpelier, 1869).  16mo, 92 pp.  Gilman p. 234.  Bassett 5365.  Scarce.  Condition:  ex-library; top of spine worn; fair to good. photobuttongreen.gif


466.  Wilson, A. Philips.  A Treatise on Febrile Diseases (Hartford, CT, 1809).  8vo, 2 vols., 501 & 615 pp.  First American edition.  “Including intermitting, remitting, and continued fevers; eruptive fevers; inflammations; hemorrhagies; and the profluvia.”  Condition:  light water-staining Volume 2; good.    photobuttongreen.gif


467.  Wilson, H. W.  The Downfall of Spain: Naval History of the Spanish-American War (London, 1900).  8vo, 451 pp., frontis., photos, ads.  Condition:  good.


468.  Winch, Frank.  Thrilling Lives of Buffalo Bill, Colonel William F. Cody . . . and Pawnee Bill, Major Gordon W. Lillie (New York, 1911).  8vo, 224 pp., frontis. ports., illus.  Adams Six-Guns 2426.  Rader 3691.  Condition:  good.


469.  Winchell, N. H., et al.  The Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota.  The Fifth Annual Report.  For the Year 1876 (St. Paul, 1877).  8vo, printed wraps, 248 pp., 2 full-page b/w maps, 4 folding color maps.  Condition:  good.


470.  (Windsor County, Vermont, 1883).  Hamilton Child, comp., Gazetteer and Business Directory of Windsor County, Vt., for 1883-84 (Syracuse, 1884).  8vo, 666 pp., folding color map.  Condition:  good.


471.  (Wisconsin, 1850).  Thomas Cowperthwaite, A New Map of the State of Wisconsin (Philadelphia, 1850).  Lithographed map, 36 x 29.5cm, plus margins, color.  Shows roads, RRs, towns, waterways; counties in color; decorative border.  Condition:  professionally matted & framed; fine. photobuttongreen.gif


472.  Woodward, George E. & F. W.  Woodward’s Country Homes (New York, 1865).  12mo, 166 pp., illus., ads.  Condition:  good.


473.  Worcester, James E.  Worcester’s Ancient Classical and Scripture Atlas (Boston, [1840?]).  4to, stiff paper printed covers, 10 color maps.  “Improved Edition.”  Condition:  good.


474.  Worden, J. L., et al.  The Monitor and the Merrimac: Both Sides of the Story (New York, 1912).  12mo, 73 pp., frontis.  Condition:  good.


475.  (World War One).  History of the Seventy Seventh Division August 25, 1917 November 11th, 1918 (New York, 1919).  4to, 228 pp., illus.  Roll of honor, citations, Argonne-Meuse operations.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


476.  (-----, Vermont).  “Vermont Committee of Public Safety.  Vermont’s First Year of the War . . . Second State War Convention, Montpelier, May 10, 1918” ([Montpelier, 1918]).  Broadside, 42 x 28cm.  List of 24 Vermont contributions to the war effort.  Three copies.  Condition:  fold lines; good.photobuttongreen.gif


477.  (Yosemite, 1886).  “At the Town Hall, Chester, Vt., Wednesday Evening, September 29th, 1886.  Hon. W. I. Marshall, Sierras Enchanted Valley or the Yosemite Valley and the Big Trees”([Fitchburg,MA], 1886).  4to, 4 pp., illus.  “Illustrated by dissolving views”; descriptions of and testimonials for Marshall’s presentation on the American West.  Condition:  good. photobuttongreen.gif


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             This auction is conducted by William L. Parkinson, Books, P.O. Box 40, Hinesburg, Vermont 05641 (“Auctioneers”), upon the following terms and conditions, subject to amendment by notice or oral announcement at the sale:


1.        All bids are to be made per lot as numbered in the catalogue.


2.        All property is sold “AS IS.”  The purpose of the catalogue descriptions is to provide a general listing and account of physical condition for each item, and neither the Auctioneers nor their employees make any warranties or representations of any kind with respect to the items or their value.  Bidders should personally inspect items to determine age, origin, possible errors in cataloguing, and conditions.  All sales are final; no returns.


3.       The Auctioneers reserve the right to withdraw any property at any time before its actual sale, including during the bidding, and to refuse any bid from any bidder.


4.       The minimum bid for lots in this sale is $10.00.


5.       Bidding increments for this sale will be: between $20 and $250 bids, increments of $10; $250-500 bids, increments of $25; $500-1,000 bids, increments of $50; $1,000-2,500 bids, increments of $100; $2,500-5,000 bids, increments of $250; $5,000-10,000 bids, increments of $500; $10,000-25,000, increments of $1,000; $25,000 and up, increments of $2,500.  Absentee bidders should keep these increments in mind in placing bids.  An absentee bid of $105 shall be placed at $100, and so on.


6.       A buyer’s premium of 15% of the hammer price shall be added to each lot. 


7.       The highest bidder acknowledged by the Auctioneers shall be the purchaser.  In the event of any dispute between or among bidders, the Auctioneers shall have absolute discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer the lot in dispute.  If the dispute arises after the sale, the Auctioneers’ sales records shall be conclusive as to the purchaser, the amount of the highest bid, and in all other respects.


8.       Payment may be made by cash, traveler’s check, or approved personal check.


9.       Unless exempted by law from payment thereof, the purchaser shall be required to pay the 7% Vermont state sales tax.


10.   Absentee bids accepted.  The Auctioneers or their staff shall execute bids for persons unable to attend the sale.  Absentee bids should be submitted on the bid sheet printed in this catalogue, or on a photocopy thereof.  We may not be able to process absentee bids received after 5:00 p.m., Thursday, April 26, 2018.


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