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Adding Variety to the Menu

by Minute Tapioca Company

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Orange, Massachusetts: Minute Tapioca Company, 1926. 16mo (19 cm) brochure, pictorial blue wrappers. 16 pp., 1 ad. inside back wrapper, numerous b&w and color illus. A recipe book for Minute Tapioca, with advice for planning better meals, discussion of nutrition for children, general directions, and Tapioca recipes for items such as Tomato Bisque, Baked Cheese, casseroles, stews, creamed salmon, puddings, Chocolate Minute Tapioca, many fruit tapiocas, and finally, "For the Children's Scrap Book, Non-Injurious Paste" listing sugar, lemon and cinnamon etc. ingredients. The cover design reflects the magnified image of the relatively small starch cells of tapioca, as discussed within. CONDITION: Very good.
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Historical Oration on Champlain Town; delivered at Champlain, New York on the Fourth of July,...
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Historical Oration on Champlain Town; delivered at Champlain, New York on the Fourth of July, 1877, by Daniel T. Taylor. Edited, with the addition of Notes to the Original Oration, by Hugh McLellan

by Taylor, Daniel T.

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Champlain, N.Y.: Privately Printed at the Moorsfield Press, 1936; No 29 out of 183. 8vo pamphlet, printed green wrappers. [iv], vii, [1], 37 pp. One of 183 copies numbered and signed by the editor. This copy number 29. An annotated oration by Daniel T. Taylor celebrating the history of Champlain, New York with the addition of articles from the Champlain Journal by the author and copious footnotes by editor Hugh McLellan. From the colophon: "One hundred and eighty-three copies of this Oration, of which twenty five are on Strachmore Alexandra, were printed by Hugh and Woodberry McLellan, assisted by Norman Cardin, at the Moorsfield Press, Champlain, New York, in May 1936. This is the twenty-sixth production of the Press. Number 29, Hugh McLellan." CONDITION: Front wrapper detached, wrappers faded, toned and worn at extremities, spine partially perished, text sound, clean and lightly toned.
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An Island Garden

by Thaxter, Celia

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Boston and New York: Hougton, Mifflin & Co., 1894. 8vo, original gilt green cloth. [x], 126 pp., chromolithographic frontis., 11 chromolithographic plates, numerous chromlithographic illuminations. First edition. With splendid plates after paintings by Thaxter's friend Childe Hassam. The chromolithographic illuminations, which appear at the head of each chapter and elsewhere, are in imitation of Thaxter's practice of illuminating books with watercolors. Described by the Bibliography of American Literature as "one of the most elaborate pieces of bookmaking of the period." The covers were designed by Sarah Wyman Whitman. REFERENCES: BAL 19923; Bennett 104; Artists of the Book in Boston 1890-1910, #8.CONDITION: Good, some soiling to covers
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An Island Garden

by Thaxter, Celia

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Boston and New York: Hougton, Mifflin & Co., 1894. 8vo, original gilt green cloth. [x], 126 pp., chromolithographic frontis., 11 chromolithographic plates, numerous chromlithographic illuminations. Leaf with mounted autograph letter and poem inserted after title leaf. First edition, with an autograph letter and an autograph poem by Thaxter inlaid and inserted. With splendid plates after paintings by Thaxter's friend Childe Hassam. Written from Appledore Island, the letter is addressed to one "Mr. Underwood." Thaxter writes in full: "Will you choose from these three small things? I wanted to send you 'Contrast' the first poem in Driftweed but it is seven verses seven too long. The poems in this last vol are not at all upon one string - there are many sentimental songs that have nothing whatever to do with the sea. Hoping one of these will answer your purpose[.] believe me very sincerely yours Celia Thaxter." The letter is followed by her poem "Slumber Song" (which appeared in Driftweed) and is signed… Read more
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[Photograph album of the Wigrich Ranche, Independence, Oregon.]
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[Photograph album of the Wigrich Ranche, Independence, Oregon.]

by The Parker Studio, photographers; Wigan, Richardson and Company

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Salem, Oregon: The Parker Studio, [ca. 1910]. Oblong 4to (8" x 12") album, black leather covers. 62 silver prints, 4.75" x 6.75", mounted on 33 brown leaves. A fascinating promotional photo album comprising sixty images of the world's largest hops farm, documenting the fields, facilities, processes, and people involved in the operation.Located in Buena Vista, Oregon, Wigrich Ranch was part of an area that was known as the "Hop Center of the World" from around 1900 to 1940. At the beginning of the 20th century, Oregon became the leading hop producer in America-Oregon's Willamette Valley providing millions of pounds of hops to brewers around the globe. In the 1920s, Wigrich Ranch constituted the largest hop yard in the world owned by a single company, the London-based merchants Wigan, Richardson and Company. The album begins with an image of Major W. Lewis Rose, manager of the Ranch, and candid portraits of Rose with his wife and daughter in front of his residence (the "Wigrich House"). Other subjects… Read more
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George Washington : Selections From the White House Collection

George Washington : Selections From the White House Collection

by [The White House Historical Association]

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London: Scala Publishers Ltd, 2008. Paperback. 12mo. Fold-out format, [48] pp. CONDITION: Very good.
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Le GĂ©neral Tom Pouce. Dans Le Petit Poucet
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Le GĂ©neral Tom Pouce. Dans Le Petit Poucet

by Theatre du Vaudville; Lacauchie, Alexandre, lithographer

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Paris: Maison Martinet, Haulecoeur FrĂšres, rue du Coq 15, 1845. 7.5" x 11.5" hand-colored lithograph on 10.5" x 13.5" white mount, printed text under image, signature on verso. A scarce lithograph picturing various scenes in a French production of Charles Perrault's Le Petit Poucet (little thumb), featuring Tom Thumb (the stage name of Charles Sherwood Stratton). The central image shows Tom thumb being transported in a horse-drawn carriage. The eleven hand-colored vignettes show Le Petit Poucet in a variety of situations from the show, such as sitting in a pot, a basket, an ogre's boot, and a wooden shoe; being fed like a baby; boxing; and riding horseback in the guise of Napoleon.Stratton was discovered in 1842 at the age of five by showman P.T. Barnum and given the stage name of General Tom Thumb, becoming a popular attraction at the American Museum in New York. As a performer, he sang, danced and imitated famous persons, touring the world until his death in 1883 at the age of 46. Notes in pencil… Read more
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Printed Maps of the District and State of Maine 1793-1860

Printed Maps of the District and State of Maine 1793-1860

by Thompson, Edward V.

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Bangor, Maine: Nimue Books & Prints, 2010. 4to, terra cotta cloth with silver title and illus,. of map on upper cover, silver lettering at spine. xii, 447, [2] pp., numerous mainly color illus. throughout. A comprehensive and authoritative bibliography. "Professor Thompson's Printed Maps of the District and State of Maine-the first true bibliography of maps of the state-provides a visual and historical feast for generalists and scholars alike." -From the preface by Matthew Edney, Osher Professor in the History of Cartography, University of Southern Maine. CONDITION: New.
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Letters to Various Persons
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Letters to Various Persons

by Thoreau, Henry David; Ralph Waldo Emerson, editor

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. 12mo, publisher's purple cloth, gilt title, ornament, etc. at spine, brown coated endpapers. [iv], 229 pp. First edition. In BAL's binding A, with "Author of Excursions and A Week on the Concord River" on spine and imprint at foot spine reading "Ticknor & Co." A memorial collection of Thoreau's letters and poems edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson and published three years after the author's death. The letters are addressed to semi-anonymous correspondents, such as Mr. B., Mr. W., Mr. A., Mrs L. C. B. etc. The "Editor's Notice," signed R. W. E., states that the "letters have been printed directly from the original autographs furnished by the persons to whom they were addressed," and "In some letters, passages have been omitted on account of private or personal references." The majority of the letters were written from Concord, Mass., Staten Island, NY, and Redwing, Minnesota, with dates ranging from 1840 to 1862. Also included are the following nine poems: Sympathy;… Read more
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The Art Work of Louis C. Tiffany
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The Art Work of Louis C. Tiffany

by Tiffany, Louis C. [and Charles DeKay]

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Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1914. Large 4to, original embossed coral red papier maché, title on upper cover, monogram on spine. [xxxii], [92] pp., 21 tipped-in color plates, 42 photogravures. One of 492 copies "printed upon Japan paper for private distribution" of this sumptuous volume produced by Tiffany himself. According to the preface, Tiffany compiled this volume at the urging of his children. Most copies were distributed for promotional purposes. Included are chapters on Tiffany's paintings, stained glass, favrile glass, enamels and jewelry, interior decoration, architecture, and landscape architecture. An important volume documenting Tiffany's dazzling and wide-ranging accomplishments in the decorative arts. CONDITION: Near very good, moderate wear, paper slightly worn through at lower left corner of spine, some discoloration to endpapers, occasional touch of foxing, but generally quite clean.
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The New York City Ring: Its Origin, Maturity and Fall, discussed in a reply to the New York Times
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The New York City "Ring:" Its Origin, Maturity and Fall, discussed in a reply to the New York Times

by Tilden, Samuel J.

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New York; Press of John Polhemus, 102 Nassau Street. Cor. Ann., 1873. 8vo (23 cm), printed wrappers. [3], 31 pp. Ownership inscription reading "A. H. Hoyt, 7 March 1873" on front wrapper. An extraordinary rebuttal by Democrat S. J. Tilden to a series of New York Times articles during the corrupt Tammany Hall, or N. Y. C. "Ring", period of New York politics. Tilden and others were accused by the Times and Republicans of doing nothing to prevent fellow democrats Boss Tweed, Sweeney etc from consolidating their power, and speaking up only when the tide was shifting. Tilden responds with a summary of this period, and lists numerous N. Y. Times comments and articles with his corrections and explanations, often using editorial quotes that undermine the reporters' accusations. An example follows from an Oct. 26, 1871 editorial: "Here we have [Broadway Bank Investigations] thanks to the labors of Mr. Samuel J. Tilden, full and complete evidence that Wm. M. Tweed differs only from a common thief in having… Read more
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An Inaugural Dissertation upon the Three Following Subjects: I. An attempt to prove that the Lues...
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Philadelphia: Printed for the Author, 1801. 12mo (20 cm x 12 cm), disbound (removed from sammelband). [10], 72 pp., including acknowledgments and three chapters. An 1801 Doctor of Medicine dissertation for the University of Pennsylvania. In his first chapter, Tongue argues against the widely held notion that Europeans caught venereal disease from the aborigines of America, using references to venereal disease from the bible, and from historical research from Persia, Greece, England and others. Experiments with mercury are described in later chapters. REFERENCES: Shaw & Shoemaker, 1427; Austin, R.B. Early American Medical Imprints, 1916. CONDITION: First signature detached, toning at edges, moderate soiling throughout, crease through upper right corner of title-page, .5 cm loss near top of two pages.
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Gratis With News Letter of Saturday, June 3d...Graphic Chart of the Comstock Mines State of Nevada

Gratis With News Letter of Saturday, June 3d...Graphic Chart of the Comstock Mines State of Nevada

by Treadwell, J[oseph]. B. (compiler and del.)

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San Francisco: San Francisco News Letter, 1876. Lithograph, 37.75" x 24.75" plus margins. Early note in ink on verso reading "If Mr Maloney that formerly was employed on board the cutter is now in Eastport he can explain this map to you he once worked in the "Gould & Curry" mine.". A scarce and detailed map of Nevada's famed Comstock Lode silver mining district, including a bird's eye view across the top depicting the same region.The Comstock Lode (named after miner Henry Comstock) was a rich silver ore deposit located under the eastern slope of Mt. Davidson, a peak in the Virginia Range in Virginia City, Nevada. The first major discovery of silver ore in the U.S., it attracted many prospectors from around the world after the discovery was made public in 1859. Mining camps in the vicinity thrived and developed into bustling commercial centers, such as Virginia City. A year before the present map was published Virginia City suffered a great fire that rendered 8,000 people homeless, with total losses… Read more
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The American Claimant
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The American Claimant

by Twain, Mark

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New York: Charles L. Webster & Co., 1892. 8vo (8.25" x 5.75"), green cloth stamped in black and gold. [16], 277 pp., [8] pp. publisher ads, numerous b&w illus. First edition. CONDITION: Near fine.
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Daniel Frohman's Production of Mark Twain's Great Story Entitled The Prince and the Pauper....
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Daniel Frohman's Production of Mark Twain's Great Story Entitled The Prince and the Pauper. Dramatized by arrangement with Mark Twain, by Abby Sage Richardson

by [Twain, Mark]

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New York: A. S. Seer Printing Co, [ca. 1890]. 8vo (21.5 cm), pictorial printed wrappers. 6pp, numerous b&w illus. A scarce 1880's program for Daniel Frohman's stage production of Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper, starring child actress Elsie Leslie. Consists mainly of a synopsis of the plot with illustrations. Playbills reading "The Auditorium, Friday Evening, Jan. 1," etc. are printed on both sides of the back wrapper. CONDITION: Fair with chipping at extremities, soiling on front and back panels, 3 cm tears at center top and bottom throughout, notes in pencil on back panel with references to Shirley Temple 1925 and more. Interior clean with appealing illus.
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