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A Jamaica Outing. Fourth Edition
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A Jamaica Outing. Fourth Edition

by Caffin, Mabel B.

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Boston: The Sherwood Publishing Company, copyrighted 1900. Fourth Edition. Preface reads "This third edition is brought up to the date of November 1, 1901." Printed by Geo. H. Ellis. 16mo (5.25" x 7"), pictorial wrappers printed in black and orange. [32] pp., numerous illus. from photos. An attractive visitor's guide to Jamaica for travelers on the United Fruit passenger steamer "Admiral Dewey", with numerous illustrations, helpful hints, and observations. An appealing Jamaica item. CONDITION: Very good, clean and sound.
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Jap Beast and His Plot to Rape the World: Uncensored Photos
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Jap Beast and His Plot to Rape the World: Uncensored Photos

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U. S. A.: Country Press, Inc., 1942. 8vo (11" x 8.5"), illustrated wrappers. 66 pp., [1] inside wrapper, numerous illus. from photos. A scarce volume of World War II anti-Japanese propaganda with a dramatic cover illustration depicting a Japanese soldier poised to butt strike a fallen Caucasian lady, while another soldier looks on. Text on the inside of the front cover suggests that the author of this work was a Danish-American journalist who lived in Japan and "was in the confidence of Japanese officials and warlords" and "came to know the dark and sinister secrets of Japan's inmost councils." The writer's name is said to be withheld to protect members of his family from retaliation, who supposedly live "under Nazi domination in Europe." Issued in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, this extensively illustrated work highlights Japanese atrocities in China using gruesome images of bombing victims, dead Chinese babies, massacres, etc. Includes an account of the Japanese army pimping thousands of… Read more
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The Jefferson Borden Mutiny. Trial of George Miller, John Glew and William Smith for Murder on...

The Jefferson Borden Mutiny. Trial of George Miller, John Glew and William Smith for Murder on the High Seas. Before Clifford and Lowell, JJ

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Boston: Printed Under Direction of the Clerk of the Court, 1876. 12mo, printed brown wrappers. 141 pp. The official account of the trial of the Jefferson Borden mutineers, held in the Circuit Court of the United States, District of Massachusetts. In the spring of 1875, the vessel Jefferson Borden-built on the Kennebunk River in Maine-departed from New Orleans and was making way for London under the command of Captain William M. Patterson of Edgecomb, Maine carrying a cargo of cotton-seed oil cake. Seaman George Miller, a Russian, had been put in irons for 48 hours for his insubordinate behavior just a few days into the voyage. On the night of April 20th, 1875, Miller struck Corydon Patterson-the captain's brother and ship mate-over the head with an iron bar, killing him immediately. Two ship-men-Ephraim Clark and John Glew-assisted Miller in dumping the mate's body overboard. Additionally, Clark killed the Captain's cousin, Charles Patterson, throwing him overboard as well. The Captain, suspicious… Read more
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John Adams and the American Revolution
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John Adams and the American Revolution

by Bowen, Catherine Drinker

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Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1950. An Atlantic Monthly Press Book. Hardcover. 8vo (8.5" x 6"), blue-green cloth, decorative gilt spine title and upper cover, original color dj. Endpaper maps, frontis. port., xvii., [2] p. family tree, 699 pp. , 3 b&w plates, 1 laid-in bifolium pamphlet. A Book-of-the-Month Club edition of National Book Award-winner Bowen's biography of Adams, with extensive notes, index and a promotional pamphlet with essays by John P Marquand and Emily Kimbrough. CONDITION: Good, with light bumping at head and foot of spine, clean pages, sound binding; dj is intact with chips, creases and small tears at edges, light soiling on back, abrasion to spine.
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Joseph M. Schenk presents D.W. Griffith's Lady of the Pavements with William Boyd, Jetta Goudal,...
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Joseph M. Schenk presents D.W. Griffith's "Lady of the Pavements" with William Boyd, Jetta Goudal, Lupe Velez, George Fawcett & Albert Conti. From the story by Karl Volmoeller, adapted for the screen by Sam Taylor

by Griffith, David Wark, director, Art work by Herbert Jaediker

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United Artists Pictures, [1929], printed by The Longacre Press, New York City. 4to, half blue cloth with decorative paper over baords, blue and gold spine cord, decorative endpapers. [3], port. frontis., [29 pp.], numerous b&w illus. Souvenir book for D. W. Griffiths's film "Lady of the Pavements", starring Lupe Velez, William Boyd, Jetta Goudal and others. Illustrated with large photo stills and art deco illustrations. Features "Where is the Song of Songs for Me?" by Irving Berlin, sung by Lupe Velez. CONDITION: Good, worn at extremities, soiling at top edge of last two pages, content otherwise clean and quite pleasing.
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A Journal; Containing an Account of the Wrongs, Sufferings, and Neglect, Experienced by Americans...
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A Journal; Containing an Account of the Wrongs, Sufferings, and Neglect, Experienced by Americans in France. By Stephen Clubb, late a prisoner in that empire

by Clubb, Stephen

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Boston, 1809. 8vo (8.25" x 5.5"), lacking wrappers. 60 pp. The personal narrative of a British-American sailor who was wrongfully arrested and imprisoned by the French during the ongoing Peninsular War. Stephen Clubb-born in England and not yet a naturalized citizen of the U.S.-was serving as second mate on the American ship Hyades when he was arrested by the French in January 1808. Clubb was married to an American woman and on his way to settle in the U.S. He and his wife had embarked on the ship Triton bound for Baltimore; however, when the ship was forced into the Isle of Wight the couple had to seek another passage via the ship Hyades. When Hyades was captured by the French, Clubb revealed himself an Englishman and pilot of the ship and was subsequently arrested, despite American neutrality. As he spells out here, his unlawful detention was in direct opposition to an 1809 treaty in place between France and the U.S. Based on his prison diary, Clubb's narrative covers the period from December… Read more
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July 4, 1905 Poland Spring House: American Patriotism
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July 4, 1905 Poland Spring House: American Patriotism

by Hiram Ricker & Sons

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Poland Spring, Maine: Hiram Ricker and Sons, 1905. Printed by E. A. Wright, Philadelphia. 8vo (24 cm), pictorial brown printed on light brown wrapper, plain back, bound by red, white and blue ribbon. 2 leaves, 1 b&w illus., 1 p. menu. A handsome patriotic menu for a fourth of July dinner at the Poland Spring House in Poland, Maine, offering choices such as Martini Entasse, Consomme Princess, Boiled Penobscot Salmon, Ox Tongue, Spring Lamb, Lobster Saute en Caisse a la Newburg, Bermuda Onions, Apple Tapioca Pudding, Red White and Blue Jelly, Figs, American Edam Roquefort Cheese etc. The illustrations on the cover depict Washington Crossing the Delaware, Sheridan's Ride, and the Stand of the Rough Riders. Horses and buggies are seen arriving at the Poland Spring House in the interior illus. The Poland Spring House was opened by Hiram Ricker in 1876 as a country getaway touting the healing benefits of its Poland Spring water. Hiram Ricker and Sons subsequently developed the Samoset resort in Rockland,… Read more
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Jungle Tales of Tarzan
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Jungle Tales of Tarzan

by Burroughs, Edgar Rice

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Chicago: A. C. McClurg, March 1919. W. F. Hall Printing Co. Hardcover. 12mo (7.5" x 5.5"), publisher's orange cloth with title, etc. in black. Frontis., [8], 319 pp., [1] blank p., [5] leaves of plates including frontis., numerous b&w illus. First edition in first issue binding with publisher's name in three lines on spine. With five plates and twelve full-page illus. by J. Allen St. John. CONDITION: Very good; early owner's stamp, label, and pencil inscription on front free endpaper, stamped image of sun on front and back free endpapers and verso of final page. No jacket.
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