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Fifty Glimpses of Nantucket Island from Recent Photographs. Original Printing, 1897

Boston: John F. Murphy , 1897 For friends on the Cape, if they do not have it!. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


Daughters Of The Mill. Signed and Inscribed. Lowell & Salem, MA . Second Book in the 'Lost Souls' Series.
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Daughters Of The Mill. Signed and Inscribed. Lowell & Salem, MA . Second Book in the 'Lost Souls' Series.

By Terri DuLong

Jada Pr, 2004 Jada Press, 2004. Discard fro the Dover, NH High School Library. Few marks, still near fine. Signed and Inscribed as a gift to the HS by the author.. Near Fine. Bagged for Preservation.


Hisory of The Richardson Light Guard 1901-1926. Wakefield, Massachusetts. Near Fine First Edition Hardcover.

By Assorted

Wakefield, MA: Item Press, 1926 317 numbered pages, photo illustrated original printing. Near Fine in medium blue cloth, hardcover. NOT a reprint!.


D of the Tenth. Massachusetts State Guard. War Service 1917-1920 . First Hardcover Edition, 1921.

By Kleinfelder, Henry, C. G. Atwood, S. E. Swallow

0th Regiment Infantry , 1921 Publisher: D. Co., 10th Regiment Infantry, Massachusetts State Guard, 1921 Used - Very Good: D. Co., 10th Regiment Infantry, Massachusetts State Guard. Very Good. 1921. First Edition. Blue Cloth. 8vo. 58 pages, all edge gilt. Nice framable 26" x 9" long folding photo of the Regiment at Camp Calvin Coolidge with 1 tear along top. Members of the Guard, who served on Corey Hill during the Spanish Influenza epidemic caring for men of the United States Merchant Marine and at South Boston during the stike of the Boston Police. First edition.. First (Only) Edition. Bagged for Preservation.


Being the Narrative of Battery A of the 101st Field Artillery (Formerly Battery A of Boston) Signed By Member (enlistee) of the Battery

By Walter N. Thomas

1919 The Brattle Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1919. Hardback. Maroon cloth, gilt lettering on front cover and spine, illustration of field cannon, in gilt, on front cover, 8vo, 269 pp. Covers the period from entering Federal Service in 1917 until demobilization in 1919. Frontis photo of a French 75 and many full page plates within text, including 8 double-page maps. Owned and signed/dated by enlistee 'Walter N. Thomas' who enlisted in 1932, reenlisted in 1935 and was discharged in 1938. Signed twice in ink on the front end papers. 2 illustration plates loose, else near fine condition. . First. VG+.


History of the Town of Hanover Massachusetts with Family Genealogies . 1910 First Edition Hardcover.

By Dwelley, Jedediah and John F. Simmons

1910 An indispensible tome for the genealogist with interest in the town of Hanover, MA and vicinity. The genealogical section is 478 pages, the historical section is 291 pps including index and front info pages. A few loose and chipped pages and 1 errata sheet laid-in, gift inscription of the good reverend Marcus H. Carroll and Joshua Sylvester (in 1911.) Good usable condition in the original green cloth dbs. . Hard Cover. 8vo. Bagged for Posterity.


A History of Miss Abbott's School

By Anthony, Mary B. and Chapin, Grace P. (Compiled)

Privately Printed by the Akerman-Standard Company, Providence, RI, 1932. Hard Cover. Condition: Near FineFirst Edition. 58 pp. Original paper covered boards. 'Miss Abbotts School Alumnae Association' bookplate on front endpaper..


Nonquitt: a Summer Album, 1872-1985

By Nan; Lyell, Anne M. (editor) Lyell

Barekneed Publishers, 1987 Barekneed Publishers, 1987. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Oversized hardcover. Boards are blue, with gold lettering stamped into the spine. Black-and-white photographic endpapers. No date listed on title page. Copyright page dated 1987. 287 pages. . About Fine.


Saugus: 350 Years. First Edition, 1979, Signed.

By Cutter, Helen May

Saugus, MA: Saugus Bank, 1979 App. 200 pages of photos and history of the MA town. Photos eproduced in sepia tone. 14 chapters, quite nicely done. Signed and gift personalized to a friend on Sept. 14, 1979, the year of publication. Very uncommon, no other examples for sale on the net at this time. 2 copies only on worldcat at institutions in MA. . 4to - 11" Tall. Bagged for Preservation.


Life and Times in Shoe City: The Shoe Workers of Lynn. (An Exhibition at the Essex Institute, Salem,. First Printing, 1979.

By Melder, Keith Ed. Guest Curator

Life and Times in Shoe City: The Shoe Workers of Lynn. (An Exhibition at the Essex Institute, Salem. . Near Fine. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


Greetings from Revere Beach: Revere Beach Chips: Historical Background from the Revere Journal . 1979 First Edition, Limited Edition # 096

By McCauley, Peter

Revere City Hall: The Author & The Grant Printing Company of Malden, MA, 1979 1979. Spiral bound, color illustrated stiff card paper covers with 189 photo-illustrated pages. This was an undisclosed number limited edition, this number 096 below the copyright data on the title page. Scarce.. True First Edition. Spiral Bound. Near Fine. Bagged for Preservation.


History of Saugus, Massachusetts. First Hardcover Edition, 1916.

By Horace, Atherton

1916 Citizens Committee of the Saugus Board of Trade, 1916. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good.


Lynn (Massachusetts)- A Photo and Advertising Book, Circa 1885/90.

By Unknown

1995 Lynn (Massachusetts)- A Photo and Advertising Book, Circa 1890. 42 pages of photos and ads. Large oblong undated, circa 1885/90, there are no autos in any photos. Stiff heavy card covers with 1/2 of rear cover missing. String tied and staple bound spine. 10" x 6".


Additions and Corrections for the Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts: Suppl. To V. 3 . Original Printing, 1919.

By David Hoyt

1919 Near Fine. pps 1057-1097 + title page. Original brown wrappers dated 1919 on title page. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


STATE STREET TRUST 28 Books; Indian Events, BOSTON; 1630-1930, 100 Years, Interesting Evants, Events and Neighbors, Fourty Houses, Shipping Days, Mayors, Immortals, Merchants & Sea Captains, Other ..., NE; Clipper Ships, Historic Prints, 28 BOOKS

By Assorted

A collection of predominantly Boston history titles published by The State Street Trust between 1900 and the 1930's. All are in VG to Fine condition in original bindings. Beginning with their, I believe first book "State Street A Brief account of a Boston Way", through the title "Some Indian Events" from 1934. A good collection of Boston History. Inquire for complete list, all titles different.. Book Moose B&B (Bagged & Boarded). Bagged in Clear Poly Bag.


Birds Eye Map: View of Boston and Vicinity, 1871. Bird's-Eye

Measuring approximately 21 inches wide by 14 inches high. Original vintage frame with new backing paper. Early (originally folded) Birdseye view of Boston Harbor and neighboring surrounding areas and cities towns. Published 1871 this is an original illustration published over 145 years ago, not a modern reprint. Very good condition with a few small holes around the center top and bottom now I look closely. Somewhat animated with sailing ships and steamers in the bay, construction areas here in there what looks to be like oarsman in boats along the Charles River, lots of smaller towns and ponds, Boston and Providence railroad, Boston and Worcester railroad, Fitchburg railroad, Boston and Lowell Road, Boston and Maine railroad, eastern railroad, old colony and fall river railroad, Dorchester in Milton Road, Boston Hartford and Erie where Road, possibly a few others. Tanners include Dorchester, Neponset, lower Mills, Mattapan, Hyde Park, Dedham, Midway, Wrentham, Roxbury, Auburn, Cambridge, Brookline, Newton, Weston, Framingham, West Sherborn, Sherborn center, Lincoln center, when Chester, Woburn, Hawthorne, Concord, Carlisle Center, Cana Billerica, Bedford, Burlington, Wilmington, Woburn, Redding, Wakefield, Malden, Stonefield, Saugus center, Chelsea, East Boston, Charlestown, South Boston, others… The mystic and Charles rivers, Dorchester bay, Boston Harbor, Spot Pond, Mystic pond, fresh Pond, chestnut hill reservoir, Jamaica Pond, Long Pond, could you take Lake, Forest Lake, others… Loaded with buildings and roads, many steeples, Bridges,and spires can be seen as well. One of the most fascinating in busy birds-eye views I have ever seen! .


E.A. Bartlett's Nantasket Beach: A pictorial introduction to Hull, Massachusetts during the 1890s. First Printing with Certificate. 1998

By Edrick A Bartlett

Means Library, 1995 Means Library, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: Near Fine with minimal wear, includes a certificate for a free hot dog and dog walk dated 1998. . Illustrated Color Wraps. Near Fine. 4to. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


The Connecticut Register - 1865.

Brown and Gross , 1865 192 pages, in the original dark brown blind-stamped cloth. Near Fine. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


The Connecticut Register - 1851

Brown and Parsons, 1850 208 pages + green end papers, in the original light brown blind-stamped cloth. Near Fine. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


Butter Balls and Finger Bowls. First Edition in Dust Wrapper, May, 1961.

By Knowlton, Josephine Gibson (Sister of Charles Dana Gibson and was the first 'Gibson Girl'.)

Interesting and unique items included with this first edition including several news articles, a post card, and family photo of the interior of Mrs. Knowlton's home at Christmas time in 1958. Mrs Knowlton was the sister of Charles Dana Gibson and was the first 'Gibson Girl'. In a repaired but still very good original dust wrapper. . Archival Wrapped DJ.


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