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    SLIGHTLY SALTY: Columns of Old & New Cape Cod by: Moses, George L. $8.00

    Good+ paperback – Falmouth MA: Kendall Printing Co., no date – 9″ tall – b&w photo covers (Nobska Light on front) – b&w photos by Hugo G. Poisson & many others – mild edgewear & light top corner bump, otherwise Very Good, bright interior – selections from well known humorous column in the Cape Cod & Sunday Standard-Times – 83pp.

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    BIRDS OF SPRINGFIELD Massachusetts and Vicinity by: Johnson, Grace Pettis $5.00

    Seventh Edition – near Very Good paperback – Springfield MA: Springfield Museum of Natural History Bulletin No. 5, 1946 – 12mo/7.25″ tall – illustrated red paper cover – faint rubbing to lower triangular section of cover; otherwise interior Very Good to VG+ with no markings – abt 57 unnumbered pages listing birds for identification plus blank pages. Size: 12mo – over 6¾” – 7¾” tall

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    SEARCH FOR A PLACE: Black Separatism and Africa, 1860 by: Delaney, M.R.; Campbell, Robert $12.00

    Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 1969 – First Edition thus – Very Good hardcover/ Very Good dust jacket (in mylar) – decorative textured boards – black tinted top edge – map endpapers; b&w title page ill – light foxing to outer edge, to dust jacket (no tears); front board lightly bowed; otherwise no markings of any kind – 8vo/8.5″ tall – 250 pp. Contents: (1) Introduction by Howard H. Bell; (2) OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE NIGER VALLEY EXPLORING PARTY published by black physician Dr. M R Delany in 1860; and (3) A PILGRIMAGE TO MY MOTHERLAND by Jamaican naturalist Robert Campbell. Delaney & Campbell explored western Africa together in 1859, seeking a homeland for U.S. blacks. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    PROTO-HISTORIC INDIANS OF SPRINGFIELD and VICINITY, The by: Otis, Leo Derwood $17.00

    Springfield MA: Museum of Natural History (Bulletin No. 7), 1950 – near Very Good paperback in Good+ fitted envelope – 7.25″ tall x 4.50″ – b&w ills on cover of book and envelope, text ills – hinges beginning to rust; covers show light handling, otherwise interior bright, clean, unmarked – fitted envelope has small top crease, overall light handling wear – 16pp. Includes list of New England Indian Nations; line drawings of artifacts. Size: 12mo – over 6¾” – 7¾” tall

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    ORLEANS INN: A Cape Cod Legend by: Maas, Edward J. $12.49

    FL & Orleans MA: The Maas Group, not dated (circa 2004) – as new/ paperback – 8″ tall – color cover art by Jack Kitson (Captain Aaron Snow, & his schooner at the wharf of the Orleans Inn) – b&w photos, ills, menus – 152 pages. History of the Orleans Inn, Massachusetts, a Cape Cod landmark, built in 1875 by Captain Snow, a Mayflower descendant, and its refurbishment by the Maas family which purchased it in 1996. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    Treasured Moments on Cape Cod and the Islands by: Ford, Dan $15.00

    Brewster MA: Paraclete Press, 2001 – First Edition – Very Good+ hardcover/no dust jacket – oblong 8″ tall by 9.25″ – photo covers – color photography throughout by Dan Ford, opposite blank lined pages – small discolor on one lined page from former bookmark/ticket insert; otherwise near new, unmarked – unnumbered pages. Illustrated blank journal/ Guestbook/ Photography souvenir of Cape Cod, MA. Size: Oblong 8″ X 9.25″

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    Connecticut at the World’s Fair: Report of the Commissioners from Connecticut to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition held at St. Louis, 1904 by: Wilcox, Frank L. et al. $18.00

    Hartford CT: Press of the Case Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1906 – near Very Good hardcover – 9.25″ tall – gilt lettered brown cloth – b/w photos – covers sunned with some discolor to lower front, front hinge tender, light smudging on 2 pages (not affecting text); otherwise tight, bright, clean – 284 pages. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    Windsor Storytellers II: Continuing the Chronicle of 20th Century Life in Windsor [CT] by: Quin, Kathleen K. $12.00

    Town of Windsor CT, November 2000 – Very Good paperback – 11″ tall x 8.5″ – bw photos, map with overlay – light cover corner curl with faint crease and closed short upper tear, otherwise tight, clean with no markings – 304 pages. Contributions by many authors. An addition to the original Windsor Storytellers book, 1999. Stories and poems based on memories of residents and life in the Town of Windsor, Connecticut. Windsor, CT. Connecticut Size: 4to – over 9¾” – 12″ tall

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    AIA New York State: Celebration and Reflection-100 Years of Architecture in the Empire State by: Martino, James Thomas (ed) $27.00

    AIA/New York State, 1999 – Centennial journal (1900-1999) – Good+ paperback – 8.5″ tall – glossy pale gold stiff covers, rubbed at edges and overall exterior, with v-shaped indent in front – interior as new with bw photos, gold margin decoration and page number motifs – acknowledgements + 92 pages. Centennial journal (1900-1999) of the American Institute of Architects AIA/New York State: includes: Past Presidents; History of AIA; History of AIA/NY State; Selected Architects letters; list of “Significant Architecture”. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    Windsor Storytellers: A Chronicle of 20th Century Life in Windsor [CT] by: Quin, Kathleen K. $10.00

    Town of Windsor CT, September 1999 – Very Good+ paperback – 11″ tall x 8.5″ – bw photos, map – light cover corner curl, otherwise tight, clean with no markings – 279 pages. Contributions by many authors. Stories and poems based on memories of residents and life in the Town of Windsor, Connecticut. Windsor, CT. Connecticut Size: 4to – over 9¾” – 12″ tall

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    Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Vol. XXIII. The Deane Papers by: Deane, Silas, et al. Connecticut Historical Society $30.00

    Sub-titled:Correspondence between Silas Deane, His Brothers and Their Business and Political Associates 1771 – 1795 — Hartford CT: published by the Society, 1930 – near new hardcover – clean brown covers, gilt lettered on spine – 9.75″ tall – Historical Society of Glastonbury bookplate on front pastedown, otherwise as new with no markings – roughcut outer and lower edges – index – xiv + 277 pages. Silas Deane (1737-1789), Yale graduate, Connecticut lawyer, merchant, patriot, possible spy, and first foreign ambassador from the new Republic. Deane died amid a swirl of praise, blame, retraction, and continuing mystery. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    Bridgeport’s First Bank: The Story of The Connecticut National Bank 1806 – 1956 by: Unknown $20.00

    Bridgeport CT: Connecticut National Bank, 1956 – 150th Anniversary edition – near Very Good paperback – 9.5″ tall – color pictorial covers by Raymond Lufkin – frontis portrait of first president, Dr. Isaac Bronson – illustrated throughout – bw photos – rubbing at spine with faint dampstaining 1 to 2″ into front and rear covers; interior unmarked, bright, clean – unnumbered pages. Foreword by Lewis A. Shea, president. Connecticut bank history. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    A Life-Giving Spirit 75 Years at the Bushnell by: Miller, Beth $15.00

    Hartford CT: Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, 2005 – near Very Good large format paperback – 12″ tall x 9″ – color & bw portraits/photos – bibliography – light exterior and corner wear; otherwise no markings v – 45 pages. 75 years Commemorative issue. Size: 4to – over 9¾” – 12″ tall

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    Revised Ordinances of the City of Springfield Massachusetts 1945 by: Unknown $19.95

    Charlottesville VA: Michie City Publications Co., 1945 – “Published by Order of the Mayor and City Council” – Very Good+ hardcover – 9″ tall – gilt-lettered black covers in library-type binding – light corner rubs, otherwise clean, tight, unmarked – index – 388 pages. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    COOPERVILLE CATHEDRAL The Story of Northminster Presbyterian Church — SIGNED — by: Anderson, Robert L. $10.00

    Evanston IL: Northminster Presbyterian Church, 1973 – 50th Anniversary edition [1923-1973] – SIGNED by the author – Very Good+ hardcover in near Very Good dust jacket – 9.5″ tall – gilt-lettered brown cloth – color pictorial endpapers, bw photos – book as new inside and out, except for one tiny edge nick – dust jacket has edge wear, light rubbing at rear – 120 pages. History of Evanston, IL Presbyterian church. Ships from the U.S. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    The Village of Westport Point Massachusetts by: Hall, Katharine Stanley; Sowle, Mary Hannah $12.00

    Reprint of 1914 original by Westport Historical Society et al., 1976 – near Very Good paperback – 8″ tall – brown paper covers with small spot on front and sticker residue; otherwise tight, clean, unmarked interior – ills by Albert Cook Church – bw photos – ship list – 43 pages. Lively, well written and comprehensive story of a tiny fishing, whaling, trade and (by 1914) a holiday place on the south coast of Massachusetts, west of Buzzards Bay. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    James Hammond Trumbull, Bibliographer of Connecticut by: Engley, Donald B. $12.00

    Extract from Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Volume Forty-eight, Third Quarter, 1954 – Very Good paperback – 9″ tall – light exterior wear/interior clean, unmarked – 11 pages. Read at the meeting of the Society at Hartford, Conn., May 22, 1954. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    New Britain Connecticut The Hardware City of the World 1850-1950 by: Neumann, Carl S. et al. $24.00

    New Britain CT: Centennial Book Committee, 1950 – near Very Good large format paperback – 11″ tall x 8.5″ – red covers with gilt-stamped title and town insignia – exterior light edgewear and rubbing, small red stain and corner clip to title page; otherwise tight, unmarked with many bw illustrations, photos, maps – 159 pages. Commemoration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of New Britain as a Town. Size: 4to – over 9¾” – 12″ tall

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    Wethersfield Tercentenary 1634-1934 Official Program by: Unknown $30.00

    Wethersfield Tercentenary 1634-1934 Official Program – Wethersfield CT: Wethersfield Historical Society, [1934] – Very Good paperback – 9.25″ tall – photo frontis of notables – minor sunning to edges, otherwise unmarked – 32 pages. Events running from Friday June 8 – Sunday June 10, 1934 in the town of Wethersfield, CT to commemorate its founding and history, organized and shared by residents of Wethersfield, Glastonbury, Newington and Rocky Hill. Commemorative boulders, tablet, pageant, concert, ball, civic addresses and church services, pageant parade, motor boat parade, family reunions. Program compiled and printed by The Case, Lockwood, and Brainard Co., Hartford, CT. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall

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    A Genealogy of Williams Families by: Williams, J. Oliver $75.00

    Brookline MA, 1938 – printed by The Tuttle Publishing Co., Rutland, VT – Very Good+ hardcover – gilt lettered on spine – 9.25″ tall – bw photo frontis of the author, John Oliver Williams – many bw portraits, photos – tight, clean, unmarked – indices – 215 pages. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall