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This features a fabulous estate collection of books, maps, and atlases

Subjects include:  Science, Microscopes, Engineering and Machinist related books and catalogs,

Adventure Books, Baltimore and Maryland Books, Books on Travel, Atlases,

Books on Telegraph and Telephone, Railroad and Train related Books and MORE!

Many first and early editions, Many with illustrations and fold-outs.

NOW ADDED.... a FABULOUS collection of Stereo View Cards and Viewers!

Includes:  Egypt, Japan, Industry, Luray Caverns, Train Wrecks,  Natural Disasters, Parks, Historic Buildings, Presidents, Comic/Romantic Subjects, Anatomical Studies, and MORE!

This auction will include MANY UNCATALOGED LOTS for ATTENDEES!  

1  ATLAS OF THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS 1871-Atlas of the State of Massachusetts; compiled by Walling & Gray, Boston; published by Stedman, Brown and Lyon, 1871; cover edges rough; interior pages toned; a few have some rough edges; minor creases; some marks and spots; 17 1/4" x 14", FG  Est.30-60
2  MARTINET'S MAP OF MARYLAND 1866-Martinet's Map of Maryland - Atlas Edition, Baltimore 1866; spine, edges and corners of cover have been reinforced with tape; interior binding is separating; toned with foxing; minor tearing and creasing; 12 1/4" x 9 1/2", F  Est.50-100
3  MITCHELL'S ATLAS OF THE WORLD 1883-Mitchell's Atlas of the World, Phila.; Wm. M. Bradley & Bro., 1883; front and back cover unattached and rough; some tattered page edges and creases; first blank page torn; toned; most pages remain bound; maps in good condition; 16" x 13", P-F  Est.20-40
4  ATLAS OF PENNSYLVANIA - WALLING, 1872-Atlas of Pennsylvania with descriptions, by Professor Henry F. Walling (Lafayete College) and O. W. Gray-Civil & Top'l Engineer, Phila.; published by stedman, Brown & Lyon; Philadelphia, 1872; both covers unattached and rough; no spine; pages loose; pages toned with some foxing; stains and marks; 18"x 14", P-F  Est.50-100
5  PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC LEDGER'S ATLAS OF THE WORLD-Phildelphia Public Ledger's Unrivaled Atlas of the World - Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago and NY 1899; cover, spine and edges rough; interior binding separating; interior pages toned with a few spots; 14 1/2" x 12", G  Est.20-40
6  NATIONAL ATLAS - PHILADELPHIA W. W. GRAY & SON, 1893-National Atlas, Philadelphia, O. W. Gray & Son, 1893; copyright 1876 and 1882 by O. W. Gray & Son; copyright of Continental Edition by Milton R. Brown, 1889; United States and Dominion of Canada Railway and scientifice maps and articles; cover rough, especially corners and edges; spine tearing; binding pulling away; toned; marks; 18" x 15 1/4", F-G  Est.30-60
7  BUSINESS ATLAS, 1877-Rand , McNally & Cos's Business Atlas;1877; Referencde Map of World, entire Railroad System of North America; some maps are canvas backed and folded out; front cover unattached; (2) frontal pages unattached with tattered edges; some pages have corner creases; most pages intact and in good condition; 14 1/4" x 11", P-F  Est.20-40
8  CRAM'S UNRIVALED FAMILY ATLAS OF THE WORLD, 1893-Cram's Unrivaled Family Atlas of the World Indexed 1893 - Geo. F. Cram - Grand New Census and World's Fair edition, 18893; Donohue & Henneberry printers and binders, Chicago; spine rough and weak; cover edges and corners rough; title page creased, stained with small edge tear; toned; minimal foxing overall; 14 3/4" x 12", F-G  Est.20-40
9  ATLAS OF BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND-BROMLEY, 1898-Atlas of Baltimore County Maryland; George W. and Walter S. Bromley, civil engineers; published by G. W. Bromley & Co, 1898; Phila.; cover rough; has warping and has been reinforced with tape; first blank page marked and torn; title page has marks and creases; bottom right corner soiled; pages toned; some marks and stains; 23" x 18", F-G  Est.40-80
10  THE COLUMBIAN WORLD'S FAIR ATLAS, 1893-The Columbian World's Fair Atlas, Mills & Lathrop Auburn, NY, 1893; spine has some tears on top and bottom; cover's corners are rough, interior binding is pulling away; pages toned; minimal edge tears and creasing; 13 1/2 x 11 3/4", F-G  Est.20-40
11  RAILROAD MAP OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1904-"Railroad Map of Pennsylvania - Published by the Department of Internal Affairs" 1904; cover has some gouges, mostly along right side; there is some edge roughness and fading; map has some creasing; one small edge tear; weak in spots at fold lines; toned; map unfolded:  37" x 56"; book cover:  9 1/2" x 6 1/4"; G-VG  Est.30-60
12  MARTINET'S MAP OF MARYLAND-ATLAS EDITION 1866-Martinet, Simon J.; "Martinet's Map of Maryland - Atlas Edition"; "Under patronage of the legislature - Baltimore - Entered according to congress in 1866"; cover has edge roughness and spine tears; binding inside has completely pulled away and pages beginning to pull away as well; toned with foxing; minor creasing and tearing where page was sewn; 12" x 9 1/2", F-G  Est.100-200
13  (3) NEW JERSEY MAPS & (1) NEW YORK MAP, LATE 1800'S-All feature colored highlights, all originally removed from an atlas; paper is brittle;  Includes:  (1) "Atlas of New Jersey Counties of Camden, Salem and Gloucester"; engraved by E Busch, 320 Walnut St., Phila.; minor losses and discoloration to margins, 17 3/8" x 14 3/4"; (1) map of New Jersey, no date nor publisher noted; 28 3/8" x 17 1/4", losses to margins, light tears, pencil written "1875"; central fold (removed from an atlas); (1) map of New Jersey, seemingly from the same atlas as the prior map, some creases accross the "New Jersey" text, page numbers visible along left edge; central fold reinforced with tape on rear; (1) "Johnson's New York and Brooklyn", published by A. J. Johnson, New York; dated 1866; shows various ward divisions; discoloration from adhesive applied to central crease (from reverse); page numbers 40 & 41 visible in margins; 26 5/8" x 18 1/8", overall G-VG  Est.40-60
14  (2) DELEWARE MAPS & (1) NEW JERSEY MAP, C. 1860'S-All feature colored highlights; all originally removed from atlases; includes:  (2) "Delaware City" and "Red Lion" maps, one features pencil writing, "Beer - 1868 - Red"; both indicate page "29" in top right corner; (1) trimmed to 14 5/8" x 13 1/4", (1) 15 3/8" x 13 3/8"; (1) "Map of New Jersey", pages 64 and 65; no date indicated; tears and losses to margins; several dark spots; 21" x 14 5/8", overall G+  Est.40-60
15  (2) 1850 COLORED  MAPS: MARYLAND /DE & NEW JERSEY-Both maps removed from the same atlas, both labeled: "Entered according to an act of Congress in the year 1850 by Thomas Cowperthwait & Co. in the clerks office of the District court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; (1) "A New Map of Maryland and Delaware with their Canals, Roads & Distances.  Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co.", map features census data and steam boat routes; (1) "Map of New Jersey Compiled from the Latest Authorities.  Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co."; map shows railroads, both proposed and in progress, travel routes, population information, etc.; both maps have toning, more visibly in margins; 17" X 13", VG  Est.40-60
16  MARINER'S CHART SAVANNAH TO BOSTON - NORIE, 1836-"To the Independent Mariners of America, This Chart of their Coast from Savannah to Boston Is Most Respectifully Dedicated by their much Obliged and Grateful Servant J. W. Norie Hydrographer &c 1834"; J. Stephenson, Engraver; although dated 1834, area to right of cartouche states "ADDITIONS 1836"; features lighthouse placement, prevailing winds, shoreline depths, etc.; extremely fragile paper, adhered to construction paper-like backing, with canvas stitched edges; significant losses, several to the right side of chart; significant tape repairs, reinforcements, etc.; printing is light and paper is age toned;  spotting, etc.; 26 1/4" x 63 9/16" (including canvas edging); F-G  Est.100-200
17  (3) DOUBLE-SIDED NEW JERSEY MAPS, (1) DELAWARE MAP-Includes:  (1) "Topographical Map of Salem Co. New Jersey", pages 114 & 115, reverse (page 113) features town maps for Haddonfield, May's Landing, Beverly, Burlington City, and Gloucester City; overall page toning, edge darkening, and color fading mainly to town maps; 15 1/2" x 24 3/16" (centerfold); (1) "Map of Lower Alloways Creek Township", town detail maps for Harmersville, Claysville, and Canton PO, reverse shows engraved images of the residence of Wm. Newell and J. D. Hinchman & Bro.; 17" x 14"; some roughness from removal from atlas; (1) "Map of Elsinboro Township" with vignette of "Hancock's Bridge PO, Salem Co. NJ"; C. L. Fulton C.E.; reverse features engraved images of residences of Wm. B. Carpenter and E. H. Green; 17" x 14"; some roughness from removal from atlas; (1) atlas map of "Delaware City" and "Red Lion - New Castle Co. Del"; 15 3/4" x 14 1/2", all maps have age toning and colored elements; overall G-VG  Est.100-200
18  JOHNSON'S NEW ILLUSTRATED FAMILY ATLAS-Fisher, Richard Swainson; "Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas, with Physical Geography, and with Descriptions Geographical, Statistical, and Historical, Including the Latest Federal Census, A Geographical Index, and a Chronological History of the Civil War in America."  Maps compiled/drawn/engraved under the supervision of J. H. Colton and A. J. Johnson; New York:  Johnson and Ward, 1863; marbled flypages and pasteboards; several pages have had (possibly professional) repairs, mainly to margins; maps have colored elements; age appropriate wear; embossed graphic cover shows heavy wear and losses; mainly to corners, signifiant spine loss at top and bottom edges; repair to binding; appears complete; 18 3/4" x 15", G+  Est.100-200
19  C. M. HOPKINS ATLAS OF BALTIMORE and BALTIMORE COUNTY-Includes:  (1) "City Atlas of Baltimore Maryland and Environs.  From Official Records Private Plates and Actual Surveys, Based Upon Plans Deposited in the Department of Surveys."  Surveyed and Published under the Direction C. M. Hopkins, C. E. Philadelphia 1876; engraved by Edward Busch, Printed by F. Bourquin; front and rear covers detached, flypages missing; covers have sustained heavy damage, losses, most of spine missing, fontispiece has margin losses and heavy wear; interior atlas pages are remarkably clean; (1) "Atlas of Baltimore County Maryand."; Surveyed and Published under the Direction of C. M. Hopkins, C. E. Philadelphia 1877; engraved by Walter S. MacCormac, F. Bourquin's Steam Lithographic Press; front and rear cover separated from binding, joined together with duct tape; several loose pages; appears complete; 17 3/4" x 15 1/4", overall P-F+  Est.100-200
20  TOPOGRAPHICAL ATLAS OF MASSACHUSETTES, 1871-"Official Topographical Atlas of Massachusetts, from Astronomical, Trigonometrical and Various Local Surveys; Compiled and Corrected by H. F. Walling & O. W. Gray, 102 Chauncy St. Boston.  Published by Stedman, Brown & Lyon - 1871"; marbled fly leafs and pasteboards; covers detached; binding broken and pages loose; pages likely missing; heavy damage to covers; 17 1/2" x 13 3/4";  overall P  Est.75-125
21  (2) EARLY 1800'S MAPS OF DELAWARE -Includes:  "Geographical, Historical, and Statistical Map of Delaware"; pencil writing identifies it as from Delaware - Carey and Lea, Philadelphia, 1822, (page 19); drawn by F. Lucas Jr., Engraved by Young & Delicker; appears hand colored; plate mark visible, paint spatter on reverse (does not bleed through); edges darkened with minor margin loss; minor tape repair,  17 1/2" x 22" (centerfold); (1) "Delaware", Drawn by F. Lucas Jr., Engraved by G. W. Boynton; dated 1838; printed on hand-laid paper; appears hand-colored; page size: 19 1/2" x 15", overall VG+  Est.100-200
22  TOPOGRAPHICAL ATLAS OF MARYLAND, 1873-"New Topographical Atlas of the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia with Descriptions Historical, Scientific, and Statistical, Together with Maps of the United States and Territories" by S. J. Martenet, H. F. Walling, and O. W. Gray; published by Stedman, Brown and Lyon, Baltimore 1873; marbled pasteboards, fly sheets missing; heavy insect damage and loss to outer edges of frontispiece and several inner pages; many loose pages; binding broken; interior maps are very colorful; large rip page 87; heavy spine loss; 17 3/4" x 13 1/4", P-F  Est.75-125
23  ATLAS OF BALTIMORE & BALTIMORE COUNTY-BROMLEY-Includes:  (1) "Atlas of Baltimore Maryland" G. W. Bromley & , Co., Phila., frontispiece missing; pages detached; covers detached; covers exceptionally rough, binding broken; maps appear complete; (1) "Atlas of Baltimore County Maryland", G .W. Bromley & Co., Philadelphia, 1898; cover corners very rough; many edge tears; maps appear complete; 24" x 17 1/2"; lot also includes (12) sections of "Baltimore and Vicinity" linen backed map, 1881; many sections missing; each section 12" x 17", overall P-F  Est.75-125
24  (4) LATE 1800'S MARYLAND MAPS-Includes:  "Northeast District No. 5", includes vignette for Principio Furnace; loss to lower left corner; centerfold 26 3/8" x 16 1/4" (1) double sided atlas page, G. W. Gray & Son, 1876, page 61 "Gray's New Map of Baltimore", page 62-63 "Maryland Delaware and the District of Columbia; tears and edge losses, tape repairs, 17 3/8" x 28 1/4" (centerfold); (1) "New Railroad Map of the States of Maryland Delaware, and the District of Columbia" "Compiled and Drawn by Frank Arnold Gray, 1873"; split at central fold; edge tears and losses; centerfold 17 1/4" x 26 1/4"; (1) "Maryland and Delaware" map, no printing information nor date; pencil dated approx. 1865; 14 1/8" x 16 1/2";  all maps have colored elements; all have page toning; overall G-G+  Est.75-125
25  MID 19TH CENTURY MAPS OF VIRGINIA (3)-Includes:  (1) "Map of Virginia" by Jed. Hotchkiss, Staunton VA, 1874; Department of Agriculture G. W. Koiner, Commissioner; multi-colored map; minor edge tears, folds (originally fold out in a book); 10 1/4" x 20 3/4"; (1) "Richmond, Va. From Surveys under the direction of Bvt. Brig Gen N. Michler, Maj. of Engineers and Bvt. Lieut. Col. P. S. Miche, Capt. of Engineers, by command of Bvt. Maj. Gen. A A. Humphreys, Brig. Gen and Chief of Engineers; surveyed by L. Dessez G. Brown, E. Collett, etc.; Drawn by Maj. J. E. Weyss, G. Thompson, E. Schumann and J. Strasser, 1867; shows Union and Confederate holdings; trimmed to plate; marked Series I. Vols. XI, XXXVI, XL, XLII, and XLVI; 8 1/8" x 13 3/4"; (1) "Central Virginia Showing Lieut. Gen. U S. Grant's Campaign and Marches of the Armies Under His Command in 1864-1865, Engineer Bureau, War Department"; prepared by order of the Secretary of War for the Officers of the U. S. Army under the Command of Lieut Gen. U. S. Grant; dated November 30, 1865; trimmed to plate; map marked series III; fold lines (originally fold-out in a book); 16 5/16" X 16 5/8"; all maps are shrink wrapped to a board for stability;   Est.50-100
26  EARLY HAND COLORED MAP OF DELAWARE-"Delaware from the best Authorities", printing/engraving/etc. information is light and illegible; likely copper plate engraving; price tag from Greenwood book shop identifies this as from M. Carey; edge losses; lower edge likely trimmed; age toning;  17" x 10 3/16"; G-VG  Est.40-60
27  (6) EARLY CONNECTICUT MAPS-Includes:  (1) "Outline Plan of Middlesex Co. Conn."; removed from atlas, margin loss; 15 1/2" x 12 7/8"; (1) map of "Hazardville (Enfield Tp.); includes business reference data; spotting and age toning; 17 3/4" x 14 3/8"; (2) maps "Enfield" with detail of "Scitico"; 1-map with spotting, water marks, edge losses and edge wear and tears, 1-very light wear and edge tears; 17 3/4" x 14 3/8"; (1) map of "Windsor Locks", includes business reference information; very light edge tears; 17 3/4" x 14 3/8"; (1) "Warehouse Point (East Windsor)"; light water staining in lower left corner; 14 3/8" x 17 3/4"; five out of six maps are from the same atlas; all maps have colored elements; overall G-VG  Est.40-80
28  (5) BALTIMORE & MARYLAND MAPS-All maps feature some color elements; Includes:  (1) double sided "Map of Baltimore", page 91, shows map of Baltimore and a reference to figures, hotels, prominent buildings, etc.; reverse (page 92) is half of a detailed map; 10 3/4" x 14 1 /2"; (1) double sided page of Rand McNally & Co.'s "Atlas of the World", page 23 features Maryland and Deleware, copyright 1901; page 24 features "Map of the Main Portion of Baltimore"; 14" x 11 1/4"; (1) Maryland Geological Survey, "Map of Maryland Showing Furnace Locations", 1909; A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore; trimmed unevenly when removed from reference book; 11" x 15"; (1) double-sided "Gray's New Map"; page 61 "Baltimore", page 62-63 "Maryland Delaware and District of Columbia"; page 64 "Richmond Henrico County, Virginia"; minor edge losses and tears; pencil writing in upper corner dates maps to 1883; (1) double sided "City of Baltimore Maryland", published by J. H. Colton & Co., dated 1855; reverse features text concerning "The District of Columbia"; dark stain at bottom edge; margin tears and losses; 14 5/8" x 17 1/2";   Est.40-60
29  (2) 19TH CENTURY NEW ENGLAND MAPS-Includes:  "City and Township Map of Vermont and New Hampshire", handwritten on reverse "R165 1887 LHC Mitchell 25.00"; copyright 188_ W. Bradley & Co.; hand colored; matted under plastic sheeting; central fold line prominent, edges not visible; sight size:  22 1/4" x 15"; (1) "Price, Lee & Co's New Map of the City of New Haven", "Surveyed by S. W. Searle", 1888; large fold-out map, hand colored; printed on thin onion-skin type paper; losses to left margin; tear in upper right corner; upper right corner reverse advertises a New Haven Undertaker Company, Lewis & Maycock; taped to cardstock for stability; open:  approx. 30" x 22 3/4", overall G-VG  Est.30-50
30  (2) JOHNSON'S MAPS, 1865, OF SOUTHERN STATES-Includes:  (1) "Johnson's North Carolina and South Carolina", published by A. A. Johnson, New York; dated 1865; hand colored pages 51 and 52 of an atlas; some dark spots and staining; 18 1/4" x 26 1/2"; (1) "Johnson's Map of the Vicinity of Richmond, and Peninsular Campaign in Virginia.  Showing also the interesting localities along James, Chickahominy and York Rivers"; "Compiled from the Official Maps of the War Department"; by Johnson and Ward; entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1862; pages 35 and 36; matted and shrink wrapped (edges not visible); some light spotting; likely hand-colored; sight size: 17 7/8" x 26 1/2"; overall VG  Est.40-60
31  PANORAMA OF THE SEAT OF WAR - BIRDS EYE VIEW-"Panorama of the Seat of War - Birds Eye View of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia"; drawn from nature and Lith. By John Bachmann; entered according to Act of Congress, 1864 by Chalres Magnas; features the shorelines and placement of cities; printed in color; dark stain top center; margin loss lower right corner; tears and margin losses along bottom edge; puncture in "Birds"; 22 3/4" x 32 7/16"; F  Est.20-40
32  FRAMED RAILROAD MAP MARYLAND, DELAWARE & DC, 1877-"New Railroad Map of the States of Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia", 1877; copyright 1876 G. W. Gray & Son; hand colored map features a list of railroads and their length ; central crease (removed from an atlas) as well as additional vertical crease; tears top central; light spotting; matted and framed (edges not visible); sight size: 15 3 /4" x 26"; framed size: 21 1/4" x 31", G-VG  Est.40-60
33  FRAMED MAP OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, 1861-"Lloyd's Official Map of the State of Virginia from actual surveys by order of the Executive 1828 & 1859"; some losses at fold lines; small insect damage below "v" in Virginia; dark stain at lower bottom margin; appears hand colored; some wrinkling; framed size: 32 1/2" x 48 3/4", overall G-VG  Est.50-100
34  REPRODUCTION MAP OF CECIL COUNTY MARYLAND of 1858-"Martinet's Map of Cecil County Maryland"; "From the Coast and Original Surveys, buy Simon J. Martinet No. 6 South Street, Baltimore; printed by Authority of Cecil Count Bicentennial Committee; Photographic Re-print, includes "spotting" from original; framed; 41 1/2" x 40", EX  Est.50-100
35  7TH ANNUAL US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1885-86-Powell, J. W. (director); "Seventh Annual Report of the United States Geological Surey to the Secretary of the Interior 1885-86"; Washington Government Printing Office, 1888; many fold out maps and diagrams; many illustrations; many pages have folds at the corners; front cover detached; cover and spine heavy discoloration; 11 5/8" x 8 1/4", G  Est.40-60
36  (2) 19TH CENTURY MAPS OF MARYLAND, VIRGINIA, ETC.-Includes:  (1) "Map of Virginia and Maryland - Constructed from the Latest Authorities", dated 1825; published by A. Finley, Phila. 1824; engraved by J. H Young; Drawn by D H. Vance; exhibits the white, free black and slave population according to the census of 1820; hand colored; some minor spotting and fading; matted and shrink wrapped (edges not visible); sight size: 18" x 22 1/2"; (1) "Johnson's Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, and West Virginia"; published by Johnson and Ward; priced tag states published in 1865; "entered by act of congress" in 1864; hand colored, pages 34 & 35 of atlas; 18 1/8" x 26 1/2" both maps have visible central fold; overall VG  Est.40-60
37  SELECTION OF EARLY TRAVEL MAPS, LATE 19TH - EARLY 20TH CENTURY-Includes:  (1) small hardcover "Map of the City of Washington", GW & CB Colton & Co., 1873, hand colored folding map printed on lightweight paper; front cover detached but present; (1) small hardcover "Colton's Map of the States of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and West Virginia"; GW & CB Colton & Co.; 1866, hand colored folding map, printed on lightweight paper; front cover present but detached; (1) small hardcover "Map of Eastern Virginia compiled in the office of the United States Coast Survey", WH & OH Morrison, Washington DC; 1864; some losses at corners; (1) small hardcover "Colton's Township Map of the State of Kentucky", J. H. Colton; 1860; (1) "Colton's Township Map of the State of Tennessee", J. H. Colton; 1860; (1) Hardcover "Map of the Adirondacks", Stoddard; 1887; some tears and splits at folds, some stains; (1) "A Survey of the Middle Atlantic Group", The Bullard Group, Baltimore; Areas include:  West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia" cover worn and stained; tears and toning; no discernable date; (1) "Map of Baltimore County and Baltimore City showing the Topography and Election Districts"; canvas-backed map, 1925; U. S Geological Survey; (1) "map of Prince George's County and District of Columbia showing Topography and Election Districts", 1927; U. S. Geological Survey; canvas backed; (1) "Map of Howard County Showing Topography and  Election Districts", 1927; canvas backed; (1) "Map of Anne Arundel County Showing Topography and Election Districts", 1924; canvas backed; several ink stamps; (1) "Map of Harford  County Showing Topography and Election Districts"; 1922; some hand-written areas; (1) State Roads Commission - Baltimore Maryland "Route Map of Maryland...", 1920  Est.40-60
38  DEVENS - "OUR FIRST CENTURY", 1881-Devens, R. M.; "Our First Century or the One Hundred Great and Memorable Events in the History of Our Country During the One Hundred Years of Existence 1776-1876"; published by C. A. Nichols & Co. 1881; Springfield Printing Co.; Electrotyers, Printers and Binders; several hundred illustrations; cover has some overall wear; interior binding has been reinforced; pages toned; some minor spotting; pages beginning to pull at binding; 11" x 8", G-VG  Est.25-50
39  (2) VOLS. HUDSON-FULTON CELEBRATION 1909-Vol. I & II "Hudson-Fulton Celebration 1909"; prepared by Edward Hagaman Hall L.H.M. L. H. D.; printed for the State of New York by J. B. Lyon Co., State Printers at Albany, 1910; very minor edge wear on covers; stamped onb ack of front cover and frontispiece; pages toned with minor soiling on outer edges; 10 1/2" x 8", G-VG  Est.50-100
40  (2) HAZELTON, "THE NATIONAL CAPITOL"-Hazelton, Jr., George C.; "The National Capitol - Its Architeture, Art and History", first and third editions; illustrated; (1) NY, 1897, George C. Hazelton Jr. and Howard Kennedy; (1) NY, J. F. Taylor and Co., 1914; covers have minor wear on edges and corners; pages toned; largest 9 1/4" x 7", VG-EX  Est.75-150
41  GALLAGHER - ROBERT MILLS ARCHITECT OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT-Gallagher, H. M. Pierce; "Robert Mills Architect of the Washington Monument 1781-1855"; New York:  Columbia University Press, 1935; first edition; original dust jacket; jacket has minor tears and creasing; toned; some slight soiling; corner missing on interior front (see photo); interior pages goned; personal typed message inside front; (see photo); 9 1/2" x 6 3/4", G-VG  Est.100-200
42  JEHL "MENLO PARK", (3) VOLUMES, 1937-Jehl, Francis; "Menlo Park Reminiscences"; Edison Institute; Dearborn Michigan; copyright 1937; many images; covers show very little wear; pages have slightly toned; 7 1/2" x 5", VG-EX  Est.150-300
43  HANNAY-A HISTORY OF THE WAR OF 1812, 1905-Hannay, James; "A History of the War of 1812 - between Great Britain and the United States of America"; Toronto; Morang & Co., Lmt. 1905; first edition; mulitple illustrations; cover has edge and corner wear; scuffs; pages toned; 10" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
44  (2) VOLS. WILSON - WASHINGTON THE CAPITAL CITY-Wilson, Rufus Rockwell; "Washington the Capital City and its Part in the History of the Nation; Phila. & London; J. B. Lippincott Co., 1902; 2nd edition; illustrated; minor edge and corner roughness on corners; minor toning and foxing, scuffs; 8" x 5 1/4", G-VG  Est.25-50
45  (2) WASHINGTON BOOKS-(1) Washington City and Capital - American Guide Series 1937 - U. S. Government Printing Office; Washington D.C., excellent condition; writing on title page; (1) Hadden, James; "Washington and Braddock's Expeditions" 1910, 2nd edition; minor edge wear; toning and foxing; interior bidning pulling writing on inside cover; glued newspaper clippings in front and back of book; largest 9 1/2" x 6 1/2"; G-VG  Est.50-100
46  (2) VOLS. POPULAR HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND-HOWARD-(2) Vols. "Popular History of New England", illustrated, edited by Rev. R. H. Howard A. M. and Prof. Henry E. Crocker - Boston Crocker and Co. publishers; 1880; Vol I:  Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont; Vol. II:  Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island; covers have rough edges and spines; interior bindings are loose; first 3 pages of volume 1 are not attached to binding; pages toned, occassional wear tear or spot; 11 1/2" x 9 1/2", G  Est.100-200
47  HARLAND - MORE COLONIAL HOMESTEADS AND THEIR STORIES-Harland, Marion; "More Colonial Homesteads and their Stories"; New York and London; G. . Putnam's Sons, 1899; Knickerbocker Press, NY; cover has some edge roughness and scuffs; pages toned; 8 1/2" x 6 1/2" VG-EX  Est.50-100
48  THATCHER-INDIAN BIOGRAPHY, (2) VOLUMES, 1873-Thatcher, B. B., Esq.; "Indian biography or an Historical Account of those Individuals Who Have Been Distingquished Among North American Natives as Orators, Warriors, Statesmen and other Remarkable Characters"; NY: Harper and Bros. Publishers, 1873 "The Family Library"; covers have edge and corner wear; minor tears an spines; interior:  bindings pull slightly; pages toned with foxing; some spots, marks and creasing; book plates; 6 1/4" x 4", G  Est.50-100
49  (2) VOLS. A POPULAR HISTORY OF AMERICAN INVENTION-(2) Volumes; "A Popular History of American Invention"; edited by Waldemar Kaempffert; Charles Scribner's  Sons; NY;  London 1924; Vol. I - transportation, communication and power; Vol. 2-Material resources and labor-saving machines; over 500 illustrations; very little wear on cover; pages slightly toned; 10" x 7 1/4", VG-EX  Est.75-150
50  STATE OF NEW YORK: THE CHAMPLAIN TERCENTENARY REPORT-State of New York - The Champlain Tercentenary Report of the New York Lake Champlain Tercentenary Commission, 1909; preparied by Henry Wayland Hill, LLD, Secretary of the Commission; Albany:  J. B. Lyon Co., State Printers, 1911; cover has very minor edge wear; pages slightly toned; 10 1/2" x 8", VG-EX  Est.50-100
51  (3) NEW YORK CITY BOOKS-(1) Martin, Edward Winslow; "The Secrets of the Great City"; Jones Bros & Co., Phila. PA; Cincinnati, OH; Chicago, IL; St. Louis, MO; Atlanta, GA, 1868; illustrated; over faded with minor edge and corner roughness; pages toned; (1) Todd, Charles Burr; "The Story of the City of New York"; NYGP Putnam's Sons; London:  T. Fisher Unwin, 1888; cover soiled with minor edger and corner roughness; pages toned; small tears on fold-out maps / illustrations; interior binding weak; (1) Oldboy, Felix; "A Tour Around New York and My Summer Acre"; "Being the recreations of Mr. Felix Oldboy by John Flavel Mines LLD"; NY:  Harper & Bros., 1893; illustrated; copyright 1892; cover  has some edge and corner wear; pages toned with minor edge roughness; largest 9" x 6", G  Est.40-80
52  (2) VOL. SETS FISKE - U. S. HISTORY BOOKS-(2) Two Vol. Sets - John Fiske Books; (1) Vol. 1 & 2 - "The American Revolution - Boston and New York - Houghton  Mifflin and Co.; riverside Press, Cambridge, 1901; copyright 1891; covers have minor wear; pages toned; names written inside; (1) Vol. I and II; "the Discovery of America"; Boston and New York - Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Riverside Co.; Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1901; cambridge 1892; covers have minor wear; Vo. I has 1" spine tear; pages toned; names written inside; 8" x 5", VG-EX  Est.40-80
53  (2) PRESIDENTIAL BOOKS - JEFFERSON & LINCOLN-(1) Parton, James; "Life of Thomas Jefferson"; Boston:  Houghton, Mifflin & Co.; Riverside Press, 1894; (1) Lamon, Ward Hill; "Recollections of Abraham Lincoln 1847-1863"; edited by Dorothy Lamon Teillard; Washington DC; published by editor, 1911; both book covers have minor corner wear; pages toned; Lincoln book has some writing  and library stamps inside; largest 8 3/4" x 6", G0VG  Est.50-100
54  SHALER-THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 2 VOLS.-Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate; "The United States of America - A Study of the Amerian Commonwealth, its Natural Resources, People, Industries, Manufatures, Commerce, and its Work in Literature, Science, Education and Self Government"; New York; D. Appleton and Company; 1894; (2) Volumes; writing across the cover of volume one; both volumes have cover wear mainly to edges and corners; gilded lettering heavily worn; page toning throughout; some looseness to binding on volume two; volume two has ex-libris bookplate; 10" x 7", VG  Est.20-40
55  1876 INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION VOLUMES, (3)-Includes:  (1) Wilson, Joseph M.; Volume Three, "Masterpieces of the Centennial Exhibition Illustrated 1876"; Philadelphia, Gebbie & Barrie; History, Mechanics and Science; leather spine and corners; marbelized endsheets; marbelized fore edge; wear to spine edges and corners; some light tears/separation at front flyleaf; (2) Wilson, Joseph M.; "Masterpieces of the Centennial International Exhibition Illustrated Volume III"; includes Volume III, Division I (History, Mechanics, Science) and Volume III, Division I (History Mechanics, Science); Philadelphia Gebbie & Barrie; both with black and gilded pictorial covers with a red ground; gilded fore edge; Division I spine has split and horizontal tear;  pages toned; Division I binding is slightly loose; 11 1/2" x 8 3/4", G-VG  Est.20-40
56  (2) 19TH C BOOKS ON UNITED STATES HISTORY & INDUSTRY-Includes:  (1) "King's Handbook of the United States; planned and edited by Moses King; text by M. F Sweetser; Buffalo, NY, Moses King Corporation Publishers; 1891; pictorial endpapers; includes leaflet-"How King's Handbook of the United States Strikes the Best Judges" (heavy wear and toning to edges); many illustrations; leather spine and corners with heavy wear to spine edges and corners; (1) "The Great Industries of the United States" by Horace Greely, Leon Case, Edward Howland, John Gough, Philip Ripley, et al.; over 500 illustrations; Hartford:  J. B. Burr & Hyde; 1872; possible first edition; engraved pictorial title page; leather bound; light foxing and age toning to pages; heavy toning to edges of fly leaves; pencil writing on front and rear end papers; 9" x 6"; overall VG+  Est.20-40
57  (2) LATE 19TH CENTURY BOOKS ON THE AMERICAN WEST-Includes:  (1) Thayer, William M.; "Marvels of the New West - A Vivid Portrayal of the Stupendous Marvels in the Vast Wonderland West of the Missouri River"; Six Books in One Volume; Norwich, Conn.:  The Henry Bill Publishing Company; 1888; leather bound; front cover seperated (held in place currently by interior hinge; rear cover has split at top of spine, roughly 1 1/4"; marbelized fore edge; numerous illustrations; (1) Brockett, L. P.; "Our Western Empire or the New West Beyond the Mississippi"; Bradley, Garretson & Co., Philadelphia; 1882; pictorial cover with gilded lettering; waterstains and discoloration to flysheets; binding slightly loose; several hand colored maps; 9 3/4" x 7", G-VG  Est.20-40
58  (2) BARBER "HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS" - MASSACHUSETTS & CONNECTICUT-Includes: (1) Barber, John Warner; "Historical Collections, Being a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions,  Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, &c., Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Massachusetts…"; Worcester:  published by Dorr, Howland & Co.; 1839; possible first edition; heavy spotting and age toning; ink writing on fly  leaf; leather bound; heavy wear to cover and spine; binding still intact; (1) Barber, John Warner; "Connecticut Historical Collections, Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, &c. Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut..."; New Haven:  published by Durrie & Peck and J. W. Barber; second edition; 1836; leather bound; ex-libris stamp on front paste down; pencil writing on fly leaf; waterstains on frontispiece and several interior pages; heavy foxing throughout; spine loss and wear at top and bottom edges; heavy wear to cover, especially edges and corners; leather loss/split to front and rear cover joint; 9" x 6", G  Est.40-60
59  (1) 1851 EXHIBITION CATALOG &(2) CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION BOOKS -Includes:  (1) "Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations 1851 Offical Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue"; Vol. I (Index, Introductory, Raw Materials and Machinery); London:  Spicer Brothers, 1851; "Catalogue of Useful Books" brochure pasted onto front fly leaf; fold-out maps and illustrations have some losses; pictorial cover; light wear to spine and cover edges; (2) "The Centennial Exposition Described and Illustrated Being a Concise and Graphic Descriptoin of this Grand Enterprise Commomorative of the First Centennary of American Independance.."; J. S Ingram; published by Hubbard Bros., 1876; both books have significant fading to spine; 1-book has slightly more toned pages, with less-crisp engraved illustrations; largest 10 1/4" x 7 1/4"; overall G-VG  Est.30-60
60  (2) BOOKS ON THE COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION-(1) Barrett, J. P. (Chief of Department); "Electrixcity at the Columbian Exposition Including an Account of the Exhibits"; Chicago, R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company; 1894; bookplate inside cover board; many photographic illustrations; pictorial cover with gilt images; 9 1/2" x 6 3/8"; (1) "The Dream City A Portfolio of Photographic Views of the World's Columbian Exposition with an Introduction by Prof. Halsey C. Ives," published weekly by N. D. Thompson Publishing Co., St Louis, MO; 1893; waterstains to title page; endpages have tape repairs and creases; split in hinge at front cover; wear and discoloration to cover boards; waterstaining to bottom edges of rear pages; 11" x 13 3/8"; G+  Est.40-60
61  PARIS UNIVERSAL EXPO 1867 REPORTS - (6) VOLS.-"Reprots of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition, 1867 Published Under Direction of the Secretary of State by Authority of the Senate of the United States;" edited by William P Blake, Commissioner of the State of California; Washington:  Government Printing Office, 1870; Six Volumes; leather bound; first volume:  introduction; survey of exposition; report on fine arts; fine arts applied to useful arts; extract of report on weights, measures and coins; bibliography; and index; second volume:  production of iron and steel; report on precious metals, progress/conditions of departments of industrial chemistry; third volume:  machinery and proceesses of industrial arts; fourth volume:  processes in telegraphy; steam engineering; engineering and public works; Beton-Coignet, its fabrication; asphalt & bitumen as applied in construction; buildings, building materials; mining and mechanical preparation of ores; fifth volume:  quantities of cereals produced in different countries; quality of cereal products; food preparation; manufactur of sugar, alcohol, coal, photographs, atlantic cables; culture and products of the vine (California wine); School houses and popular education; war munitions; instruments and apparatus of medicine, surgery, hygiene; report on musical instruments; sixth volume:  wool manufactures; cotton; silk; clothing and woven fabrics; education report; list of reports; every volume has discoloration to the margins of the paste board, and first several fly leaves; volume five has staining to spine and lower front board; volume four has water damage to cover, interior paste board; and wrinkling to flyleaves; several volumes have scuffs to leather covers; bindings appear tight; some fold-out diagrams and illustrations; 9"x 6", G-VG  Est.40-60
62  OUR COUNTRY ILLUSTRATED - (3) VOLS. , LOSSING-Lossing, Benson J.; "Our Country a Household History of the United States for all readers, from the Discovery of America to Present Time"; with over (500) illustrations by Felix O. C. Darley; (3) volumes; New York:  Jones & Stanley; 1888; pictorial covers, printed in several colors with gilded lettering and elements; marbled pasteboards and flyleaves; marbled foredge; volume 2 & 3-front cover is loose; binding loose (in general) in volume 3; volume 3 has water stains in the front of the book, wrinkling to several pages; 10" x 8", overall F-G+  Est.20-40
63  NORTH & SOUTH AMERICA ILLUSTRATED - BROWNELL-Brownell, Henry; "North and South America Illustrated from its First Discovery to the Present Administration Giving an Account of the Early Discoveries by the Northmen, Spaniards, Portuguese, French, English, Dutch, Etc. Etc." two volumes, royal octavo; steel plate engravings; published by subscription only by Hurlbut, Williams & Company; Hartford, Conn. 1862; embossed covers with gilt decorative motif; spines heavily faded; gilded foredge; foxing; pages toned; ink writing on fly leaf; 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40
64  PICTURESQUE AMERICA - (2) VOLS. -Bryant, William Cullen (editor); "Picturesque America; or the Land We Live In.  A Delineation by pen and pencil of the mountains, rivers, lakes, forests, water-falls, shores, canons, valleys, cities, and other picturesque features of our country"; New York:  D. Appleton and Company; with steel and wood engravings; leather spine and corners; gilt lettering on covers; marbled pasteboards; gilded fore edge; leather rubs / wear to spine and corners; pages lightly toned; 13" x 10 1/2", VG  Est.25-50
65  THE BOOK OF THE WORLD, 2 VOLS. - FISHER, 1850-Fisher, Richard S.; "The Book of the World:  Being an Account of all Republics, Empires, Kingdoms, and Nations in Reference to their Geography, Statistics, Commerce, &c. together with a Brief historical Outline…"; illustrated with maps and charts; New York:  J. H. Colton, 1850; leather bound; vol. 2 front cover detached; vol. 1 front cover loose;  heavy wear and losses to spines; marbled fore edge; large fold-out maps, pages appear clean; 9 3/4" x 6 1/2", F  Est.20-40
66  "OUR ISLANDS AND THEIR PEOPLE" (2) VOLS., 1899-Bryan, William S., edited and arranged; "Our Islands and Their People as seen with Camera and Pencil"; (2) Quarto Volumes; N. D. Thompson Publishing Co., 1899; one page loose; bindings loose; some tears  to spine and covers; covers Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Cuba, etc.; color and black & white photographic illustrations; 16" x 11 1/2", G+  Est.20-40
67  WORLD WAR II ALBUM "THE COMPLETE CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST CONFLICT"-Edited by Hal Buell; compiled by Cesare Salmaggi and Alfredo Pallavisini; copyright 2002; Black Dog and Leventhal Publishers, Inc.; NY; more than 2500 photographs and maps; 15" x 12", VG-EX  Est.25-50
68  (7) COLLIER'S WAR BOOKS & MILITARY ATLAS-Includes:  (1) Reynolds, Francis J. and Taylor, C. W.; "Collier's Photographic History of the European War, Including Sketches and Drawings Made on the Battle Fields; NY P. F. Collier and Son, 1916; soiling along bottom left of cover; oblong folio from WWI; original photographic cover, grey cloth; (1) Reynolds, Francis J. and C. W. Taylor, compilers; "Collier's New PHotographic History of the World's War, Including Sketches and Drawings"; MA, NY, Colliers, 1919; profusely illustrated, overall good condition; (2) Reynolds, Francis, "United States Navy from the Revolution to Date (1916)"; NY P. F. Collier & Son, 1918; lots of photographic images featuring battleships, aviation, naval academy, hospital ships, torpedos, submarines; one volume has scuffed cover and page creases, toned with minor tears; (1) "A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War", edited and arranged by James H. Hare, war photographer; together with an account of the Battle of the Sea of Japan, by Captain A. T. Mahan, USN Retired; NY, P. F. Collier & Son, 1905; (1) "the Story of the War of 1898 - the Story of the Spanish-American War and the Revolt in the Philippines"; told by W.. Nephew King, Leiut. USN; copyright 1898; Peter Fenelon Collier; cover soiled and worn; frontisepiece torn; illustration creased; pages toned; (1) Atlas to Accompany Steele's American Campaigns", Department of Military Art and Engineering; U. S. Military Academy; West Point, NY, 1956; 11" x 14 1/4" - 11 1/2" x 17 1/2"; overall books are G-VG  Est.150-250
69  1922-1923 MANUAL OF SEAMANSHIP (2) VOLS.-(2) Volume Set, 1922-1923 "Manual of Seamanship"; by authority of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiraltiy; no author; London; published by His Majesty's Stationary office; black and white phtos and illustrations throughout, including fold-out illustrations, text books for naval cadets; Vol. 1 - 1908, reprinted 1922-1915; vol. 2, 1923; covers hav edge and corner wear/creases; spotty interior pages toned; some staining, foxing and marks; 9 1/2" x 6", G  Est.25-50
70  (2) U. S. NAVY BOOKS:  SUBMARINES/DIVING & VESSELS-(1) Ellsberg, Commander Edward; "On the Bottom"; New York:  Dodd, Mead & Company, 1929, 1st edition, some edge wear, lower corners and spine edges lightly worn, light foxing, illustrated with photos; (1) Hall, Anne Martin and Benham, Edith Wallace; "Ships of the United States Navy and Their Sponsors 1913-1923", privately printed, The Plimpton Press; black and white plates, interesting look at the custom of ship's baptism, including biographical information about the vessels, their namesakes, and the women who christened the ships, 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", VG-EX  Est.40-80
71  (2) ARMY SIGNAL SERVICE BOOKS-(1) "Instructions for Voluntary Observers of the Signal Service, United States Army 1882", Washington:  Government Printing Office, illustrations and fold-out charts; edge wear; toning; (1) "Signal Service Notes - No. IX - Weather Proverbs 1883" by H H C Dunwoody; published by authority of Secretary of War, Washington:  Government Printing Office; edge wear, toning, foxing, writing on first page; 9 1/4" x 6", G  Est.50-100
72  (2) SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR BOOKS, WHITE - 1898-White, Trumbull; (1) "Our War with Spain for Cuba's Freedom"; Freedom publishing Co.; copyrighted by K. T /boland 1898; includes map of Cuba; cover has very minor edge wear; pages are toned with minor foxing; (1) "Pictorial History of Our War with Spain for Cuba's Freedom"; Freedom publishing Co., copyrighted by K. T. Boland 1898; cover worn with some soiling pages toned; minor foxing occasional stain; some minor edge tears; binding weakening; 9 3/4" x 7 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
73  (3) SUBMARINE BOOKS-(1) Fyfe, Herbert C.; "Submarine Warfare Past Present and Future"; 2nd edition; London - Grant Richards, 1903-50; illustrations; cover has minor edge wear and spotty; ship's library book plate; one page has tear; (1) Newbolt, Henry; "Submarine and Anti-Submarine"; NY Longmans, Green and Co.; 1919; illustrations; cover has minor wear, creasing; bookplate; (1) Talbot, Frederick A.; "Submarines Their Mechanism and Operation"; Phila., J. B. Lippincott Co.; London; William Heineman; 1915; pages becoming loose; minor creases; cover has minor edge wear; writing on first page; toning / foxing on all; largest 9" x 6", G-VG  Est.30-60
74  (2) EARLY NAVAL BOOKS-(1) "Ship and Shore:  Leaves from the Journal of a Cruise to the Levant"; by an officer of the United States' Navy; New York:  published by Leavitt, Lord & Co.; 1835; foxing and spotting to pages, corners folded; handwriting (ink) throughout, particularly on flypages; covers rough, with losses along spine and hinges; binding fairly tight; (1) "The Seaman's Vade-Mecum and Defensive War by Sea"; Mountaine, William (Mathematical Examiner to the Hournable Corporation of Trinity-House of Deptford-Strond, and F.R.S.); London:  printed for J. Mount, T. Page, and W. Mount; 1780; front board detached; flyleaves missing; rear board loose; binding loose; several fold-out diagrams; printed on laid paper; covers worn with losses to spine; largest 7 1/2" x 4 3/4", F  Est.40-60
75  SMILES - "LIVES OF THE ENGINEERS" 1879-Smiles, Samuel; "Lives of the Engineners The Locomotive"; George and Robert Stevenson; New Revised Edition, 1879; London:  John Murray, Albemarle St.; marbelized cover and interior front and back pages; many illustrations; leather binding; toned pages; cover has some edge roughness; 7 1/2" x 5", G-VG  Est.50-100
76  COLBURN LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERING & THE MECHANISM OF RAILWAYS-Colburn, Zerah; "Locomotive Engineering and the Mechanism of Railways", Vol. I & II; London and Glasgow:  William Collins, Sons and Co. 1871; includes (64) large plates, (240) wood cuts; cover has edge roughness; interior toned with some foxing; 15" x 11 1/4", G  Est.100-200
77  (2) VOLS. HUNGERFORD-THE STORY OF THE B&O RAILROAD-Hungerford, Edward; "The Story of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 1827-1927"; G. P. Putnam's Sons, NY - London; the Knickerbocker Press, 1928; illustrated with maps, prints, photographs, etc.; covers have minor wear; spotty; minor creases; pages slightly toned; 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.100-200
78  (2) VOLS. BOOK OF THE ROYAL BLUE #4 & #9-(2) Volumes IX and IV; "Book of the Royal Blue"; published monthly by the Passenger Department of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad; vol. IV Baltimore, Oct. 1900 No. 1; vol IX Baltimore, Oct. 1905, no. 1; full of photographs, maps, advertising; covers have some edge and spine roughness; bindings slightly loose; interior pages toned; stamp on inside cover of one book; 10 1/4" x 7 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-100
79  (4) PICTORIAL BOOKS ON RAILROADS-Includes:  (1) Beebe, Lucius and Cleeg, Charles; "Great Railroad Photographs U.S.A.", Howell-North Books, Berkeley, California, 1964; numbered edition of 2000 copies, signed by both authors; mostly black and white images of trains, train interiors, and the places trains travelled through; (1) Beebe, Lucius and Clegg, Charles; "Hear the Train Blow - A Picgtorial Epic of America in the Railroad Age"; E. P. Dutton & Co. Publisher, New York, 1952; retains dust jacket; (1) Beebe, Lucius, "Trains in Transition"; D. Appleton-Century Company; New York and London; 1941; first edition; heavy foxing on flyleaf; (1) "Steam's Finest Hour", editied by David P. Moran; Kalmbach Publishing Co, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 1959; largest 11 1/4" x 16 1/4", G+  Est.50-100
80  (5) BOOKS ON RAILROAD ENGINEERING and RAILROAD RELATED-(2) Sinclair, Angus; "Locomotive Engine Running and Management:  A Treatise on Locomotive Engines," New York:  John Wiley and Sons; (1) fourteenth edition;  1889; (1) second edition 1885; (1) Forney, M. N.; "Catechism of the Locomotive"; Published by the Railroad Gazette, 73 Broadway, New York; 1875; several fold-out diagrams; rear includes 19 plates of various locomotives and their dimensions and specifications; as well as advertisements for various locomotive parts; dark stain to rear inside cover with bleed through to several interior pages; (1) Moody, John; "The  Railroad Builders - A Chronicle of the Welding of the States"; 'Extra Illustrated Edition'; Vol 38 of the Chronicles of America Series; New Haven Yale University Press; 1921; 2nd Edition; includes several fold-out maps; withdrawn from Enoch Pratt Free Library stamp on inside back cover; cover has three color and gilt decoration; (1) "Souvenir of the Third Annual Meeting of the American International Association of Railway Superintendents of Bridges and Buildings to be Held at the Continental Hotel, Philadelphia October 17, 18, and 19, 1893"; Burk & McFetridge Co., Philadelphia; includes souvenir images as well as advertisements for Railroad Related products, etc.;   Est.20-40
81  RAILWAY SIGNAL ASSOCIATION 1911 EDITION-The Railway Signal Directory - An Illustrated Vocabulary of Terms Which Designate American Railway Signals, Their Parts, Attachments and Details fo Construction, with Descriptions of methods of Operation and some Illustrations of British Signals and Practice"; Second Edition revised 1911 by Cloud, A. D. and Simmons, H. H.; copyright 1912 by Simmons-Boardman Publishing Co.; New York, NY; glue repair to strengthen binding (noticeable in gap between pastedown and flyleaf); many diagrams and illustrations; wear to cover, heavy wear and loss to spine edges; 12" x 9", G+  Est.30-60
82  RAILROAD ACCIDENT REPORT-BUSSEY BRIDGE INVESTIGATION 1887-"Special Report by the Massechusettts Board of Railroad Commissioners to the Legislature in Relation to the Disaster on Monday, March 14, 1887 on the Dedham Branch of the Boston & Providence Railroad…"; Boston:  Wright & Potter Printing Co., State Printers, 1887; details the areport of a train accident that took place on the Boston & Providence Railroad at Bussy Bridge; includes diagrams; some water staining on outside lower corners; binding loose; age wear to cover; 9" x 6", F-G  Est.20-40
83  SCHARF, "CHRONICLES OF BALTIMORE " 1874-Scharf, Col. J. Thomas; possible first edition; "The Chronicles of Baltimore; being a complete history of 'Baltimore Town' and Baltimore City from Earliest Period to Present Time"; Baltimore Turnbull Bros. 1874; cover has gilt image of Washington Monument; cover edges and binding have some roughness and fraying; rear cover sustained heavy water damage; water damage extends to rear flypages; light foxing and age appropriate wear to interior pages; 9" x 6", F-G  Est.50-100
84  SCHARF "THE CHRONICLES OF BALTIMORE" 1874-Scharf, Col. J. Thomas; possible first edition; "The Chronicles of Baltimore; being a complete history of 'Baltimore Town' and Baltimore City from Earliest Period to Present Time"; Baltimore Turnbull Bros. 1874; cover edges and binding have some roughness; first cover page has some creasing; minor toning on interior pages; no dust wrapper; 9" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100
85  "THE SUNPAPERS OF BALTIMORE" 1937, MENCKEN SIGNED-Johnson, Gerald W., Kent, Frank R., Mencken, H. L., Owens, Hamilton; "The Sunpapers of Baltimore 1837-1937"; New York 1937; 8 vo., full cloth first edition, signed by all four authors; light rubbing to edges; 9 1/2" x 6 3/4", VG-EX  Est.100-200
86  TURNPIKE ROAD LAWS &C. 1905-"Turnpike Road Laws &c. - Laws, Documents, and Judicial Decisions Relating to Baltimore, Fredericktown, York and Reisterstown;" Cumberland and Boonsborough Turnpike Road Companies, 1905; inscribed on frontise page:  "Property of Boonsborough Turnpike Co.-Gate #1 1905"; toned; minor edge tear and crease; 7 1/4" x 4 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40
87  TAWES-GOD, MAN, SALT WATER and THE EASTERN SHORE-Tawes, William L.; "God, Man, Salt Water and the Eastern Shore"; 1967; Tidewater Publishers, Cambridge, Maryland; first edition, signed by the author; decorated endpapers; retains dust jacket; black and white illustrations; dust jacket has small tears and chips at top of spine; 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", VG-EX  Est.30-60
88  (2) LATE 19TH CENTURY MARYLAND BOOKS-(1) Onderdonk, Henry; "A History of Maryland - Upon the Basis of McSherry for the Use of Schools",  Baltimore:  published by John Murphy & Co., 1868; edge, spine and corner wear; interior very toned; James McSherry bookplate and signed by McSherry; very toned with some foxing; (1) "Annals of Annapolis" compiled and edited by David Ridgely - Baltimore:  published by Cushing & Brother, 1841; worn cover; interior has water staining, toning, foxing and spots; minor creasing; 8" x 4 1/2", F-G  Est.25-50
89  (2) EARLY EDUCATIONAL BOOKS-(1) Minifie, William - architect and Baltimore Central High School Teacher of drawing, "A Text Book of Geometrical Drawing for the Use of Mechanics and Schools"; published by Wm. Minifie & Co., Baltimore, 1851; leather cover worn; interior toning and foxing; minor staining and spots; (1) Davenport, Bishop; "A New Gazetteer or Geographical Dictionary of North America and the West Indies", published by George M'Dowell 1835, Baltimore; leather cover worn; interior binding pulling; pages toned; foxing, spots, creasing and minor tears; largest 10 1/2" x 7", F-G  Est.50-100
90  RIDGELY-HISTORIC GRAVES OF MARYLAND, 1908-Ridgely, Helen W.; "Historic Graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia"; The Grafton Historical Series; edited by Henry R. Stiles, A.M. M.D.; the Grafton Press, NY, copyright 1908; cover has edge roughness and corner creasing; interior binding is pulling and has some re-inforcement; page edges have some roughness; overall minor tears, spots, creases, a few tears have been taped; toned; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
91  USILTON-HISTORY OF KENT COUNTY MARYLAND, 1916-Usilton, Fred G.; "History of Kent County Maryland 1630-1916"; cover has edge and corner roughness; interior binding beginning to pull away; toned; some pencil marks; 8" x 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
92  STOCKETT - BALTIMORE, A NOT TOO SERIOUS HISTORY, 1936-Stockett, Letitia; "Baltimore a Not Too Serious History"; copyright 1936; Grace Gore Norman - Hess Printing Co.; second edition; original book jacket; book jacket toned; has edge roughness; minor tears; pages toned; 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", G-VG  Est.75-150
93  (2) MARYLAND BOOKS -(1) "Maryland - A Guide to the Old Line State", American Guide Series; illustrated; sponsored by Herbert R. O'Coner; governor of Maryland, Oxford University Press; NY 1948; map in the back; (1) Stieff, Frederick Philip; "Eat, Drink and Be Merry in Maryland"; New York; G. P. Putnam's Sons 1932; har cover; illustrated cookbook of  Maryland cuisine; illustrated by Edwin Tunis; 5th printing; edge wear; foxing and toned; largest 8 1/4" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50
94  SNOWDEN - HISTORIC LANDMARKS VIRGINIA & MARYLAND-Snowden, W. H.; "Historic Landmarks Virginia and Maryland" 1894 printed by J. B. Lippincott Co.; illustrated; "A Handbook for the Tourist Over the Washington, Alexandria, and Mount Vernon Electric Railway"; cover edges are rough; interior pages toned; some foxing; 9" x 6", G  Est.50-100
95  (2) BALTIMORE BOOKS-(1) "From Baltimore to Charleston" by J. R. Schaeffer, Artist and Printer; Gormania; WVA, 1906; (1) "Illustrated Baltimore - the Monumental City"; 1896; published by American Publishing and Engraving Co.; tearing on spine and loose on interior; covers have some edge wear; foxing and toning; minor smudges and marks; largest 11" x 8", G  Est.40-80
96  HAMMOND - COLONIAL MANSIONS OF MARYLAND & DELEWARE-Hammond, John Martin; "Colonial Mansions of Maryland and Delaware"; Philadelphia and London; 1914; J. B. Lippencott Company, limited edition; (65) illustrations; cover is soiled with rough edges and spine pages toned; writing on first page; minor foxing; 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", G  Est.35-70
97  (2) BALTIMORE / MARYLAND HISTORY BOOKS -(1) Maryland at Louisiana Purchase Exposition" Baltimore MD 1906, copyright J. C. Strauss, St. Louis, MO; (1) "National Star Spangled Banner Centennial", Baltimore Maryland; Sept. 6-13 1914; copyright 1914 by National star Spangled Banner Centennial Commission and the Mayor and City council of Baltimore; folded map included and fold-out pictures; covers have edge wear and minor soiling and marks; pages toned, minor spots and tears; some stickers on back side of fold-out in National Star Spangled Banner Centennial Book; largest 10" x 7 1/2", G-VG  Est.40-80
98  SIDE WHEEL STEAMERS OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY-HAIN-Hain, John A.; "Side Wheel Steamers of the Chesapeake Bay 1880-1947", compiled by John A. Hain;  printed by the Glendale Press, Glen Burnie, MD; spiral bound, soft cover; pages toned; beginning pages and back page have been stamped; 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", VG-EX  Est.25-50
99  BALTIMORE HISTORY & BOXED SET: HOUSE OF McCORMICK-(2) Stockett, Letitia; "Baltimore - a Not Too Serious History", copyright 1936, Grace Gore Norman, Hess Printing Co.; first editions; covers slightly soiiled; pages toned, occasional spot; writing on inside cover of one book; (1) Three volume set, "The House of McCormick", Multiple Management by Charles P. McCormick; Harper & Bros., NY and London 1938; History, Marco Polo-ing; box that houses set has rough edges, marks; book spines soiled; occasional marks and scuffs; largest 10" x 6 3/4", G-VG  Est.100-200
100  THOMPSON - FAMILIES OF MARYLAND, LTD. ED. 1962-Thompson, Laura J.; "Families of Maryland"; Jones, Richardson, Duhamel and Allied Familes of Maryland; Chicago, 1962; #59 in a limited number of 150 copies; private printing; signed by the author; July 1963; foxing to edges; includes information on Castleton, Harford County, Queen Anne's County, Bel Air, Maryland; cover has very minor edge and corner wear; page toned aiwth minor foxing; 11" x 9", VG-EX  Est.50-100
101  BROWN-BALTIMORE AND THE 19TH-Brown, George William; "Baltimore and the 19th"; April 1861; Johns Hopkins University Studies in a Historical and Political Science; Herbert B. Adams, editor; extra volume III; "A Study of the War"; Blatimore-N. Murray, Publication agent, Johns Hopkins University 1887; first editions; copyright by N. Murray; Isaac Friedenwald; printer Baltimore; covers have minor edge; corner wear; minor stains; interior binding pulling on one copy; book plate on one copy; minor marks; writing; 9 1/2" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100
102  JOHNSTON - HISTORY OF CECIL COUNTY, MARYLAND-Johnston, George; "History of Cecil County, Maryland and the Early Settlements around the Head of the Chesapeake Bay and on the Delaware River with Sketches of Some of the Old Families of Cecil County; Elkton:  Published by Author, First Edition; folding map in back; cover corners and edges slightly rough; minor scuffs; pages slightly toned; name written on inside cover; map has some creasing; 9 1/4"x 6 1/4", VG-EX  Est.250-500
103  (2) VOLS. RICHARDSON - IGHTS ON MARYLAND HISTORY-(2) Vols.; Richardson, Hester Dorsey; "Side-Lights on Maryland History"; Baltimore:  Williams and Wilkens Co. 1913; very minor wear on covers; pages toned; minor foxing; occasional mark; 8 1/4" x 5 3/4", VG-EX  Est.150-300
104  SCHARF "HISTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY & COUNTY" 1881-Scharf, J. Thomas A. M. "History of Baltimore City and County from Earliest Period to Present Day, Includes Biographical Sketches of their Representative Men"; Illustrated; Phila.:  Louis H. Everts 1881; engraved cover; gilt page edges; binding pulling away and tearing; relined inside front and back cover; toning; interior pages includes illustrations that are in overall excellent condition; 11 1/4" x 8 1/2", G-VG  Est.100-200
105  (3) A. AUBREY BODINE BOOKS-Includes:  (1) "The Face of Maryland", first edition; published by Bodine and Assoc. Inc., Baltimore; distributed by Viking Press, Inc. 1961; original dust jacket has some spotting; minor page toning; VG-EX; (1) "Chesapeake Bay and Tidewater", first edition; signed by author; copyright 1954 by Bodine & Assoc. Inc., distributed by Hasting House, NY; original book jacket; minor edge tears and creases; minor page toning; VG-EX; (1) "My Maryland", copyright 1952; Bodine & Assoc. Inc., cover has some edge roughness and creasing on corners; pages have some toning; name written on first page; G-VG;, 12 1/4" x 9 1/2", overall VG-EX  Est.60-120
106  ROCKS OF DEER CREEK-MARYLAND FOLKLORE-"The Rocks of Deer Creek, Harford County, Maryland.  Their Legends and History"; T. T. W.; Baltimore:  Press of Sherwood & Co., 1879; book with "intermingled fact and fancy" concerning a specific outcropping in Harford County, Maryland; includes tales of legend, Indian tribes, and contemporary inhabitants; dark spot on leaves, mid way up outside edge; some bug holes on flyleafs; small tears to bottom edge; cover is worn and stained, losses to spine; 9 1/8" x 6", F  Est.15-20
107  (4) COPIES OF "MARYLAND - ITS RESOURCES, INDUSTRIES…", 1893-"Maryland - its Resources, Industries, and Institutions - Prepared for the Board of  World's Fair Managers of Maryland by the Members of Johns Hopkins University and others", Baltimore 1893 - The Sun Job Printing Office; illustrations by A. Hoen & Co.; varying degrees on their condition; (1) copy is in excellent condition; the others are in good condition; all have their maps; scuffs, marks, toning, edge wear, binding, pulling; 10" x 8 1/4", VG  Est.100-200
108  (2) BALTIMORE MARYLAND BOOKS-(1) Semmes, Raphael, "Crime and Punishment in Early Maryland", Johns Hopkins Press, 1938; first edition; signed by the author; spine has some holes, cover has edge wear; inside cover has writing; pages toned; (1) Janvier, Meredith; "Baltimore in the Eighties and Nineties"; Baltimore - H. G. Roebuck & Son, 1933; first edition; minor corner and edge wear; a few marks and spots; pages toned; largest 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
109  (4) MARYLAND BOOKS-(1) "Report of the State Roads Commission of Maryland - Years 1924, 1925, 1926", Baltimore Maryland, January 1927; (1) "Report of the State Roads Commission of Maryland - Years 1927, 1928, 1929 and 1930", Baltimore Maryland, October 1930; contains maps; (2) Graham, Stirling; "You Will Find it in Maryland"; Baltimore:  Records & Goldsborough, Inc. 1945; 1-copy has fading on front cover, light wear, first edition; overall books are in excellent condition; very minor cover edge wear; occasional stain, blemish and scuff; pages slightly toned; largest 10" x 7", VG-EX  Est.50-100
110  (2) HARFORD COUNTY MARYLAND BOOKS-(1) Jones, Fred C. "The Village of Darlington in Harford County, Maryland", 1947; cover has edge/corner wear; pages toned; writing and stamps on first few pages; some pages creased; Ex-Library book; (1) Preston, Walter N. "History of Harford County, Maryland - from 1608 (the Year of Smith's Expedition) to the Close of the war of 1812", first edition; 1901 - Press of Sun Book Office, Baltimore, Maryland; author from Bel Air Maryland; cover has edge and corner wear; binding pulling; pages toned; largest 9 1/4" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100
111  THE RIVER AND THE RIDGE - 300 YEARS OF LOCAL HISTORY-Wilson, Robinson, Morris and Glenn; "The River and the Ridge - 300 Years of Local History - Peach Bottom Township and Delta, Pennsylvania, Cardiff and Whiteford Maryland"; Gateway Press Inc., 2003, Baltimore Maryland; published for the Old Line Museum; original book jacket; price has been clipped; 11 1/4" x 9", VG-EX  Est.40-80
112  WATSON - ANNALS OF PHILADELPHIA-Watson, John F., "Annals of Philadelphia, bding a collection of memoirs, anecdotes and incidents of the city and its inhabitants from the days of the Pilgrim founders"; Philadelphia:  E. L. Carey & A. Hart; New York:  G & C & H Carvill, 1830; printer:  Billmeyer; book intact; rough overall; foxed and toned; edges rough; pages barely attached to binding; 9 1/2" x 6", F  Est.100-200
113  FARIS - (2) PENNSYLVANIA BOOKS-Faris, John T; (1) "Seeing Pennsylvania", first edition; Phila. And London; J. B. Lippencott Co., 1919; frontiwspiece in color; 113 doubletones and 2 maps, has a name written inside in ink; (1) "Old Trails and Roads in Penn's Land", first edition; Phila & London; J. B. Lippencott Co., 1927; has original dust jacket; overall toned with minor edge wear; 9" x 6", VG-EX  Est.25-50
114  (2) PHILADELPHIA BOOKS - ARCHITECTURE &  BUILDINGS-(1) Cousins & Riley, "The Colonial Architecture of Philadelphia", Boston:  Little, Brown & Co., 1920;illustrated; cover edge roughness; pages toned; writing on frontispage; (1) Westcott, Thompson; "The Historic Mansions and Buildings of Philadelphia"; Phila.:  Porter and Coates, 1877; cover edges slightly rough; stain on front cover; pages pulling away at interior binding; gilt page edges; minor toning; 9 1/4" x 6 3/4", G  Est.75-150
115  (2) VOLS. COMMISSION TO LOCATE THE SITE OF FRONTIER FORTS OF PA-Busch, Clarence M.; "Report of the Commission to Locate the Site of the Frontier Forts of Pennsylvania"; two volumes; state printer of Pennsylvania, 1896; several colored fold out maps; diagrams, etc.; edges of pages toned and torn; some staining to pages; spine of volume one has been possibly re-glued; distorted; both volumes have handwriting on inside boards and end sheets; 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.40-60
116  "NORTHERN TRAVELLER…" GOODRICH, 1826-"Northern Traveller:  Containing Routes to Niagara, Quebec and the Springs with Tour of New England and Route to the Coal Mines of Pennsylvania"; 2nd Edition; (19) Maps and (8) landscape engravings; NY, published by A. T. Goodrich - J & J Harper printers, 1826; James Dill, clerk of Southern District NY; marbleized jacket very rough overall; toned with foxing throughout; binding loose; edge roughness; minor tears; 5 3/4" x 4", F  Est.100-200
117  (2)VOLS. EVERTS HISTORY OF CONNECTICUT VALLEY MASS. 1879-Everts, L. H., "History of Connecticut Valley Massachusetts, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches"; Volume 1 and 2; 1879; Press of J. B. Lippencott & Co. Philadelphia; leather spines embossed; gilt page edges; cover edges and corners are rough; interior bindings have been re-inforced; toned; some foxing, marks and spots, etc.; 12" x 9 1/2", F-G  Est.50-100
118  (3) EDWARD ROWE SNOW BOOKS - NEW ENGLAND-(1) "New England Sea Drama"; Boston Planograph Printing Company, 1953; some of theh dramatic history of the New England coastline; first edition; signed by the author; (1)"A Pilgrim Returns to Cape Cod"; Yankee Publishing Company, Boston, 1946; first edition; signed by the author; laid in map of Cape Cod, featuring towns, landmarks, ship wrecks, etc.; (1) "Fantastic Folklore and Fact:  New England Tales of Land and Sea"; New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1968; signed by the author with drawing by author of whale and sea serpent; retains dust jacket; slight binding discoloration and wear; includes notecard from Alice Rowe Snow to Mrs. Peterson; largest 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", overall VG  Est.50-100
119  (2) EDWARD ROWE SNOW BOOKS - NEW ENGLAND-(1) "Storms and Shipwrecks of New England"; Yankee Publishing Co, MA; 1943; first edition; nice laid-in map; includes vintage black and white photographs; retains dust jacket; slight discoloration to tips of spine; some wear and chips to dust jacket; (1) "The Romance of Boston Bay"; Massachusetts:  the Yankee Publishing Co., 1944; pictorial endpapers, frontispiece, and additional illustrations; fold out map is missing; retains dust jacket; chips to dust jacket; largest 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", G-VG  Est.40-80
120  (4) EARLY NEW ENGLAND BOOKS-(1) Morse & Parish, "A Compendious History of New England" 2nd edition; published at Newbury port by Thomas & Whipple, 1809; Joseph Cushing, NH; cover worn, pages toned; fold-out map inside; foxing and creasing; (2) Hayward, John; "The New England Gazeteer", 6th edition; Concord, NH; Israel S. Boyd and William White; Boston; John Hayaward, 1839; cover worn; pages toned and foxed , creasing; (1) "The History and Antiquities of New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania"; collected and compiled by John Warner Barber - Hartford, Allen S. Stillmon & Co., 1844; very rough; pages sperating from binding; portion o finterior map missing; toned, foxed, rough pages, edges; 8 " x 5", F  Est.50-100
121  SCHAEFFER - FROM BALTIMORE TO CHARLESTON-Schaeffer, J. R., artist and printer; "From Baltimore to Charleston"; …"View book - Magnificent Scenery, Historic and Picturesque - Hotels, Industries, Resources of Wealth and Condensed State History…"; Gormania W. VA. 1906; cover has some wear and spots; pages toned; minor foxing and occasional creases; 7" x 10", G-VG  Est.40-80
122  (4) BOOKS ABOUT THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES-(1) "Appleton's Hand-Book of American Travel - Southern Tour", compiled and edited by Charles H. Jones; revised for season 1876; New York:  D. Appleton and Co. and London:  Sampson ad Low, Son and Marston; Baltimore / Maryland map; cover edge and corner wear; replaced spine; pages toned, small tears, pages loose; some newspapr clippings have been adhered; map inside is weak with tears and creases; (1) Richardson, Albert D.; "Beyond the Mississippi"; Hartford, Conn. American Publishing Co.; National Publishing Co.; Bliss & Co., New York, 1867; leather cover rough; spine beginning to tear; interiro binding weak; pages becoming loose; pages toned; minor foxing; (2) Johnson, Clifton; "Highways and Byways of the South"; the MacMillan Co, NY; London:  MacMillan and Co., Ltd., copyright 1904; 1) copyright 1904 by the MacMmillan Co., set up and electrotyped, published Oct. 1904; 1) published 1904; reprinted in January 1905; both have minor cover edge and corner wear; pages toned; minor foxing; binding loose o n one; largest 9" x 6", G  Est.50-100
123  (3) BOOKS ABOUT NEW ENGLAND-(1) "Vermont - A  Guide to the Green Mountain State"; illustraed; Houfhton, Mifflin Co.; Boston; the Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1937; illustrated map on back cover; (1) Abbott, Katherine M.; "Old Paths andn Legends of the New England Border"; G. P. Putnam's Sons, NY and London; the Knickerbocker Press, 1907; illustrated; (1) Wood, Frederic J.; "The Turnpikes of New England and Evolution of the Same Through England, Virginia, and Maryland"; Boston:  Marshall Jones Co., 1919; first edition; retains tattered book jacket; overall books in very nice condition; minor edge wear; toning; spots; larget 11" x 8", VG-EX  Est.50-100
124  (3) BOOKS ABOUT NEW ENGLAND-(1) "New England:  A Handbook for Travellers"; Boston:  James R. Osgood and Co., 1873; (6) maps and (11) plans; edge wear; toning; binding pulling; (1) Bachelder, John B.; "Popular Resorts, and How to Reach Them"; Boston:  John b Bachelder Publisher, 1875; signed by author; 152 woodcuts, map in front of book has a tear; pages toned; minor foxing; pages secure but pulling at binding; cover edge wear; (1) "Historic Towns of New England"; edited by Lyman P. Powell; illustrated; 2nd edition; third impression; G.  P. Putnam's Sons, NY & London; the Knickerbocker Press, 1898; illustrated and maps; cover edge wear; binding slightly weak; pages toned; minor marks; 1st page has bee cut; largest 8 1/2" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100
125  (3) BOOKS ABOUT THE WEST-(1) Ferris, Jacob; "The States adm Territories of the Great West"; NY and Auburn; Mmiller, Ortona nd Mulligan, 1856; cover:  faded, rough edges and corners; spine weak, pages toned and foxed; some tears, creases and spots; page prior to title page has been torn out; (1) Becher; "A Trip to Mexico"; Toronto:  Willing and Williamson, 1879; binding very weak; first pagews have been replaced for reinforcement; pages toned; cover edges and corners worn; spine weak; (1) "Marvels of the New West"; 6- books in one volume; described by William Thayer; Norwich, Conn.; the Henry Bill Publishing Co; 1891; copyright 1887; may illustrations; cover corners and edges show some wear; interior binding weak; pages toned; occasional crease/tear; largest 9 1/2" x 7", F-G  Est.25-50
126  (4) BOOKS ABOUT NEW HAMPSHIRE-(1) "Ticknor's White Mountains - A Handbook for Travellers"; 10th edition; Boston and NY:  Houghton, Mifflin and Co.; Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1890; copyright 1888 by Ticknor & Co.; fold out maps; cover:  edge and corner roughness, minor stain, soiling; pages toned; binding weakening; minor tears; (1) "Views of the White Mountains - with Descriptions by M. F. Sweetser", Portland:  Chisholm Bros. 1879 cover:  edge, corner and spine roughness; minor soiling, stains; pages toned; binding weak; (1) Abbott, Arthur P.; "The Hudson River Today and Yesterday"; copyright 1915; Historian Publishing Co., NY City; photo images and map; cover has edge and corner wear; pages toned; minor foxing; (1) Bacon, Edgar Mayhew; "The Hudson River from Ocean to Source"; G. P. Putnam's Sons; NY and London - the Knickerbocker Press, 1902; first edition; lacking map; cover has edge and corner wear; pages toned; interior binding weak; writing on first page; minor foxing; 9 3/4" x 6 3/4", G  Est.40-80
127  (3) BOOKS ABOUT CONNECTICUT-(1) Burt, Henry; "Burt's Illustrated Guide of the Connecticut Valley"; Springfield:  New England Publishing Co., 1866; cover:  edge, corner and spine wear; pages toned; spots and creasing; (1) Phelps, Richard; "Newgate of Connecticut"; Hartford, Conn:  American Publishing Co, 1876; cover has minor edge and corner roughness; pages toned; (1) page has tiny edge tears; (1)  Bacon, Edwin; "The Connecticut River and the Valley of the Connecticut"; G. P. Putnam's Sons, NY:  London - Knickerbocker Press, 1911; copyright 1906; cover has minor roughness; pages toned; largest 9 1/2" x 7", G-VG  Est.30-60
128  (2) BOOKS ABOUT MAINE-(1) "Maine - A Guide 'Down East'"; American Guide Series; Houghton, Mifflin Co.; Boston:  Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1937; first edition; (1) Loomis, Alfred; "Ranging the Maine Coast"; illustrated by  Edward Wilson; NY; W. W. Norton & Co.; 1939; first trade edition after limited edition of 250 copies; both have very minor edge and corner wear on covers; pages slightly toned; largest:  10 1/4" x 7 1/4", VG-EX  Est.50-100
129  (3) BOOKS ABOUT ALASKA-(1) Higginson, Ella; "Alaska the Great Country"; The MacMillan Co., NY 1912; copyright 1908; mior cover edge wear; pages toned, occasional crease; (1) DeWindt, Harry; "Through the Gold Fields of Alaska to Bering Straits"; Harper & Bros Publishers; NY - London, 1898, first edition; cover minor edge wear and soiling; pages toned; (1) Wright, Frederick; "The Ice Age in North America"; third edition; NY; D. Appleton and Co., 1891; illustrated with maps, cover ha some edge wear and soiling; book plates on inside cover; binding pulls; pages toned; largest 9" x 6", G-VG  Est.75-150
130  (3) BOOKS ABOUT MASSACHUSETTS-(1) Nason, Elias; " A Gazatteer of the State of Massachusetts"; Boston:  Published by B. B. Russell, 1874; illustrated; cover faded; edge and corner wear; foxing; toned pages; (1) Morison, Samuel Eliot; "The Maritime History of Massachusetts 1783-1860"; Houghton Mifflin Co.; Boston - Riverside Press Cambridge 1941; cover ha minor fading and edge roughness; pages foxed; couple of edge tears; (1) Adams, John Coleman; "Nature Studies in Berkshire"; NY and London:  G. P. Putnam's Sons, the Kickerbocker Press 1901; copyright 1899; illustrated; cover has minor edge wear, pages toned; 9 3/4" x 7", G-VG  Est.30-60
131  (2) VOLS.-STONE-THE VERMONT OF TODAY-(2)Vols; Stone, Arthur F.; "The Vermont of Today with its Historic Background, Attractions and People"; Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc., 1929; covers show minor overall wear, pages toned; 10 3/4" x 8", VG-EX  Est.100-200
132  (3) BOOKS ON THE PANAMA CANAL-Includes:  (1) Bishop, Joseph Bucklin and Bishop, Farnham; "Goethals Genius of the Panama Canal - A Biography"; Harper & Brothers Publishers; New York and London; 1930; First Edition; personalized inside front cover; includes several black and white photos and illustrations; (1) Haskin, Frederic J.; "The Panama Canal"; Garden City New York; Doubleday, Page & Company; 1913; includes illustrations from photographs taken by Ernest Hallen; water stain lower area of interior, affecting first 6 chapters; includes fold-out illustration; (1) Lindsay, C. H. Forbes; "Panama the Isthmus and Canal"; Revised edition with 'new illustrations'; Philadelphia, John C. Winston Co., 1911; colorful cover; all books have age appropriate wear and toning; largest 9 1/2" x 6 1/4", G  Est.20-40
133  (6) BOOKS ON AMERICAN CITIES AND TOWNS-Includes:  (4) Glazier, Captain Williard; "Peculiarities of American Cities"; Philadelphia:  Hubbard Brothers, Publishers; No 723 Chestnut St.; (1) 1884, (2) 1885, (1) 1886; broken binding on 1886 copy; numerous pencil marks and writing in 1884 copy; each book has pictorial cover; age appropriate page toning and wear; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2"; (2) copies of "Historic Towns of the Middle States" edited by Powell, Lyman P.; illustrated editions; G. P. Putnam's Sons; New York & London; The Knickerbocker Press; 1899; (1) edition has two color and gilt pictorial cover; (1) edition has three color and gilt pictorial cover; both having black and white illustrations; both having uneven and roughly cut pages, with light tears; 8 5/8" x 6";  overall G-VG  Est.20-40
134  WASHINGTON and ENVIRONS - BARTON, 1884-"Historical and Commerical Sketches of Washington and Environs Our Capital City 'the Paris of America' Its prominent Places and People - Leading Merchants, Manufacturers, Artistans and Professional Men.  Its Improvements, Progress and Enterprise"; Washington, D. C.:  E. E. Barton, Publisher, 1884; book was published the same year the Washington Monument was completed; gilt lettering on cover is double-stamped; cover wear; wear to edges of spine; 9 3/8" x 6 1/4", G-VG  Est.10-20
135  (3) BOOKS ON CAPE COD/RHODE ISLAND-(1) Thoreau, Henry D.; "Cape Cod"; Boston; Houghton, Mifflin and Company; New York; the Riverside Press; Cambridge, 1888; flypage torn; bookplate from St. Charles College Library; cover board corners bent; (1) Poor, Alfred Easton; "Colonial Architecture of Cape Cod Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard"; William Helburn Inc., NY; 1932; slight wear to spine edges; many photographic illustrations; binding broken; (1) Hall, John D.; "Biographical History of the Manufactuers and Business Men of Rhode Island at the Opening of the Twentieth Century"; J. D. Hall & Co. publishers, 1901; pictorial cover; multiple photographic illustrations; light water stain to top page edges; 10 3/4" x  8 1/4", G-VG  Est.20-40
136  (4) WALLACE NUTTING BOOKS:  MAINE, CONNECTICUT, VERMONT-Includes:  (2) "Maine Beautiful" by Wallace Nutting; Framingham Massachusetts; Old America Company, Publishers; (1) 1924, (1) 1935 edition; (1) "Connecticut Beautiful" by Wallace Nutting; Old America Company publishers, in cooperation with Garden city Publishing Co., Inc.; 1935; light water stain to lower corner of pages; (1) "Vermont Beautiful" by Wallace Nutting; Framingham and Boston, Old America Company Publishers; 1922; water damage to outside of rear cover; many line drawings and photographic illustrations; 10 1/4" x 7"; overall VG  Est.20-40
137  VERNE 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA - SMITH 1873-Verne, Jules; First Edition; "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea"; Boston:  Geo. M. Smith & Co. 1873; (110) Illustrations; cover has very minor edge wear; pages toned; 8 1/4" x 6", VG-EX  Est.200-400
138  VERNE - FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON-Verne, Jules; "From the Earth to the Moon"; A. L. Burt Co. Publishers, NY; cover has minor corner, edge roughness; interior pages pulling slightly at binding; title page has been stamped; inside front cover has name written; some toning; 7 1/2" x 5 1/4", G-VG  Est.100-200
139  BEEBE-THE ARCTURUS ADVENTURES, 1926-Beebe, William; "The Arcturus Adventures", First edition; published under the Auspices of the Zoological Society; G. P. Putnum's Sons, New York and London; the Knickerbocker Press; 1926; original book jacket; some minor toning and edge roughness; occasional minor creasing; book jacket has minor tears and has been reinforced in some areas; 9 1/2" x 7", VG-EX  Est.200-400
141  BEEBE-THE ARCTURUS ADVENTURES, 1926-Beebe, William; "The Arcturus Adventures", First edition; published under the Auspices of the Zoological Society; G. P. Putnum's Sons, New York and London; the Knickerbocker Press; 1926; cover has some marks and minor edge roughness; pages have some toning; 9 1/2" x 7", VG-EX  Est.175-350
140  BEEBE-HALF MILE DOWN, 1934-Beebe, William; "Half Mile Down"; published under aspices of the New York Zoological Society; Harcourt, Brace and Co.; NY; copyright 1934; minor edge roughness on cover; pages have some stains, toning; minor creasing and edge tears; 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", F-G  Est.30-60
142  ROBERTS-TRENDING INTO MAINE, 1938, WYETH ILLUS.-Roberts, Kenneth; "Trending into Maine"; illustrations by N. C Wyeth; first trade edition; Boston:  Little, Brown and Co., 1938; copyright by Kenneth Roberts and N. C. Wyeth; original book jacket; color illustrations; book jacket edges slightly rough; pages slightly toned; 9" x 6 1/4", VG-EX  Est.75-150
143  SNOW - NEW ENGLAND / ADVENTURE BOOKS (4)-Snow, Edward Rowe; (1) "True Tales and Curious Legends"; Dodd, Mead & Company, NY, 1969; 2nd printing; illustrated; (1) "Amazing Sea Stories Never Told Before"; Dodd, Mead & Company, NY, 1954, illustrated with photos and drawings; (1) "Great Atlantic Adventures"; Dodd, Mead & Company, NY, 1970, illustrated; (1) "Women of the Sea", Alvin Redman Publ., 1963; book jackets - minor edge wear and creasing; occasional marks; 8" x 5 3/4", VG-EX  Est.50-100
144  (4) EDWARD ROWE SNOW BOOKS - NEW ENGLAND TALES-Snow, Edward Rowe; (1) "New England Sea Tragedies"; Dodd, Mead & Co., NY, 1960; retains dust jacket, jacket has some creases and very minor tears, writing on first page; (1) "Legends of the New England Coast"; Dodd, Mead & Co., NY 1957, retains original dust jacket, jacket has some crease and very minor tears, writing on first page; (1) "The Islands of Boston Harbor"; Dodd, Mead & Co., NY 1971; jacket has some very minor creasing; (1) "Boston Bay Mysteries and Other Tales"; Dodd, Mead & Co., NY 1977; retains original dust jacket; jacket has some very minor creases; 8 1/2" x 6", VG-EX  Est.40-80
145  (4) EDWARD ROWE SNOW BOOKS - NEW ENGLAND TALES-Snow, Edward Rowe; (1) "Incredible Mysteries and Legends of the Sea"; Dodd, Mead & Co., NY 1967; retains original dust jacket; signed by author, personalized with sketch; (1) "Sea Disasters and Inland Catastrophies"; Dodd, Mead & Co., NY, 1980; retains original dust jacket; (1) "Unsolved Mysteries of the Sea and Shore"; Dodd, Mead & Co., NY 1963; retains original dust jacket; (1) "True Tales of Terrible Shipwrecks"; Dodd, Mead & Co., 1963; retains original dust jacket; all with very minor tears, creasing on spines; 8 1/4" x 6", VG-EX  Est.50-100
146  (2) MARYLAND / CHESAPEAKE BAY FIRST EDITION BOOKS-(1) Tawes, William; "God, Man, Salt Water and the Eastern Shore", Tidewater Publishers, 1967; book jacket has minor creases, edge tear and wear; price clipped; overall book is in excellent condition; (1) Owens, Hamilton; "Baltimore on the Chesapeake"; Doubleday, doran & Co., Inc.; NY 1941; illustrated; jacket is in poor condition; pieces missing, torn, taped, etc.; name written inside; pagest toned; other than the book jacket, book itself in excellent shape; 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", VG-EX  Est.40-80
147  (2) MARYLAND BOOKS -(1) Hill, Harry W. (Commander of U. S. Navy); "Maryland's Colonial Charm Portrayed in Silver"; privately printed at Waverly Press, Baltimore, Maryland 1938; (38) illustrations; cover has minor stains and corner roughness; pages toned; stamped "Samuel Kirk & Son Inc." on inside cover; (1) Kent, Frank R.; "The Story of Alexander Brown & Sons", printed in the city of Baltimore by Norman T. A. Munder and Co., 1925; cover has minor corner/edge roughness; scratches and scuffs; pages toned; minor foxing; presentation copy No. 963 of 2000; 10 1/4" x 7", VG-EX  Est.50-100
148  DAVIS, WILLIAM-NIMROD OF THE  SEA, 1926-Davis, William M.; "Nimrod of the Sea or the American Whaleman"; Charles E. Lauriat Co., 1926; Boston; printed by C. H. Simonds Co.; minor corner roughness on cover; minor foxing and toning; 9" x 6", VG-EX  Est.20-40
149  CLERC-PHOTOGRAPHY THEORY & PRACTICE-Clerc, L. P.; "Photography Theory and Practice"; Sir. Isaac Pitman and Sons, Ltd.; Bath, Melbourne, Toronto, NY; Henry Greenwood & Co., Lted. London; pages slightly toned; 10" x 8", G-VG  Est.75-150
150  GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK 1865-Includes:  songs, patterns, fashion, etc; some color fold-out illustrations; cover rough; edges  and scuffed pages toned with some foxing, interior binding  pulling; 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", F-G  Est.50-100
151  MATTHIESSEN-"MEN'S LIVES-THE SURFMEN AND BAYMEN OF THE SOUTH FORK"-First edition; (2) book set; Matthiessen, Peter; "Men's Lives - The Surfmen and Baymen of the South Fork"; published by the Rock Foundation; US, 1986; pencil drawings by Ralph Carpeniter; individual copyrighted photographs; 11 1/4" x 12 1/4", EX-NM  Est.200-400
152  JENKINS - THE BOYHOOD OF AN INVENTOR-Jenkins, C. Francis; "The Boyhood of an Inventor"; Washington DC, 1931; National Capitol Press; cover has extremely minor corner roughness; pages slightly toned; 9" x 6 1/2", VG-EX  Est.150-300
153  FOUR SEASONS - 12 REPRODUCTIONS - WYETH-"Four Seasons - 12 Reproductions" Andrew Wyeth; introduction by Lloyd Goodrich; an Art in America Publication; NY; boxed portfolio; box has some smudges; 18" x 14 1/2", VG-EX  Est.75-150
154  (14) PETER ARNO & NEW YORKER MAGAZINE, ETC. BOOKS-Includes:  (1) Arno, Peter "Whoops Dearie!", Simon & Schuster, 1927 (fourth printing); (1) "The Stag at Eve", Garden City Publishing Company, Incorported, New York; 1931 by Farrar & Rinehart, Inc.; partial dustjacket; (1) Liveright, Horace; "Peter Arno's Hullabaloo"; Van Rees Press, NY; copyright 1930; (3rd printing); (1) "Peter Arno's Sizzling Platter", Simon & Schuster, New York, 1949; retains dust jacket; (1) "Peter Arno's Hell of a Way to Run A Railroad"; Simon & Schuster, New York, 1956; first printing; (2) Liveright, Horace; "Peter Arno's Circus"; Van Rees Press, New York City; copyright 1931; (1) Liveright, Horace, "Peter Arno's Parade"; copyright 1929, third printing; (1) "Peter Arno's Favorites", Blue Ribbon  Books; 1932; (1) "The New Yorker Album", Doubleday Doran, 1929; binding split; (1) "The Second New Yorker Album; Doubleday Doran, 1929; first edition; (1) "The Third New Yorker Album", Doubleday Doran, 1930; first edition; (1) "The Fourth New Yorker Album", Doubleday Doran, 1931; first edition; (1) "The New Yorker 1955-1965 Album, Fortieth Anniversary", Harper & Row, 1965, first edition; retains dust jacket; 12" x 9 1/4"; overall VG+  Est.100-125
155  BURLEY'S CENTENNIAL GAZETTEER & GUIDE 1876-"Burley's United States Centennial Gazeteer and Guide 1876"Charles Holland Kidder, editor; Philadelphia, S. W. Burley, Proprietor and Publisher; 1876; includes business statistics, topography, manufacturing data, etc.; rear of the volume includes many advertisements; hard cover has spotting and wear; spotting to spine and water ring to rear cover; overall G+  Est.20-40
156  PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE, J. BIRD, 1873-Bird, Joseph; "Protection Against Fire, and the Best Means of Putting Out Fires in Cities, Towns and villages with Practical Suggestions for the Security of Life and Property"; New York:  published by Hurd and Houghton, Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1873; age toning and very minor foxing to leaves; pictorial cover features gilded and black ornament; very tight binding;  wear to edges of spine; 7 5/8" x 5 1/4"; overall, VG-EX  Est.20-40
157  TUCKER ON MONEY AND BANKS, 1839-Tucker, George; "The Theory of Money and Banks Investigated"; Boston:  Charles C. Little and James Brown.  1839; printed by William A. Hall & Co; first edition; withdrawn from the Library of the Virginia Historial Society; heavy foxing; binding tight; cover worn; spine retains library tag; heavy wear and loss to top edge of spine; 8 1/8" x 5 1/4", G  Est.20-40
158  BREWSTER - THE KALEIDOSCOPE, 1870-Brewster, Sir. David; "The Kaleidoscope, Its History, Theory, and Construction.  With its Application to the Fine and Useful Arts."; third edition (greatly enlarged); London:  John Camden Hotten, Piccadilly, 1870"; withdrawn from University of Keele Library, Birmingham Public Library placard pasted on pasteboard; libary stamp sheet on flyleaf; includes many diagrams; cover features Birmingham Library paper stamp; covers re-inforced; 7 3/4" x 5 1/4", F  Est.20-40
159  (2) NAVAL THEMED MANUALS-Includes:  (1) "The Bluejacket's Manual United States Navy 5th Edition 1917, by Van Der Veer, Lt. Norman; Military Publishing Co, New York; several fold-outs, (1) with detached section; binding very loose; cover and spine barely attached; details what various officers and seamen should know; cover very worn; 6 1/4" x 4 3/8", F; (1) Anderson, Edwin P.; "Audels Marine Engineers Handy Book A Practical Treatise for Marine Engineers all Grades Firemen, Oilers and Machinists covering Modern Marine Engineering in all Branches including Questions and Answers for Examinations; Theo. Audel & Co. Publishers, New York, 1943; includes many diagrams and equations concerning engines and turbines; embossed cover; binding is tight; hand written notes on front fly leaf and rear pasteleaf; 6 5/8" x 5", G-VG  Est.20-40
160  PERRY - SPINNING TOPS (2) BOOKS, 1901-Two versions of the same book; Perry, John; "The Romance of Science.  Spinning Tops", London:  Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Northumberland Avenue, W.C.; 43 Queen Victoria Street, E. C. Brighton:  129, North Street.; New York:  E. & J. B. Young & Co. 1901; features many diagrams and graphics; covers feature graphic image with gilt lettering; (1) with green cover has break in the spine; (1) with red cover; pages toned and covers with age appropriate wear; 6 3/4" x 4 3/4", VG  Est.20-40
161  (30) ISSUES OF "THE REALIST" SATIRICAL MAGAZINE-October 1960, issue #20; November 1962, issue #39; June 1963 #41; August 1963, issue #42; September 1963, issue #43; February 1964, issue #47; March 1964, issue #48; May 1964, issue #50; September 1964, issue #53; November 1964, issue #54; December-January 1965, issue #55; April 1965, issue #58; June 1965, issue #60; August 1965, issue #61; October 1965, issue #63; February 1966, issue #64; September 1966, issue #69; October 1966, issue #70; November 1966, issue #71; December 1966, issue #72; February 1967, issue #73; May 1967, issue #74; June 1967, issue #75; August 1967, issue #76; March 1968, issue #77; April 1968, issue #78; May 1968, issue #79; June 1968, issue #80; August 1968, issue #81; September 1968, issue #82; "Freethought Criticism and Satire", "The Magazine of Irreverence"; this periodical features political cartoons and articles by and concerning:  Lenny Bruce, Jean Shepherd, Mort Sahl, Madalyn Murray, Woody Allen, Abbie Hoffman, etc.; all issues in very good shape, with light toning; 11" x 8 1/2", EX  Est.40-60
162  (4) ILLUSTRATED POP CULTURE BOOKS-Includes:  (1) Brite, Poppy Z., "Plastic Jesus", first edition, numbered edition of 600 copies, signed; retains original dust jacket; Subterranean Press, 2000;  (1) Emett Rowland; "New World for Nellie", 1952; Harcourt, Brace and company; first edition; retains dust jacket; some losses, stains and scuffs to dust jacket; (1) O'Donoghue, Michael and Springer, Frank; "The Adventures of Phoebe Zeit-Geist"; copyright 1968; Grove Press, Inc.; retains dust jacket; (1) Bartier, Pierre and Peellaert, Guy; "The Adventures of Jodelle"; copyright 1966, translation copyright 1967; Grove Press; retains dust jacket; largest 13"x 10", overall VG-EX  Est.30-50
163  TROY BY HUMBERT WOLFE - RICKETTS ILLUS-Small pamphlet, No. 12 of the Ariel Poems, published by Faber & Gwyer Limited; Curwen Press, Plaistow; splits to spine, lovely color illustration; 7 3/4" x 4 1/4", VG  Est.10-20
164  SELECTION OF EARLY AUTO & ROAD MAPS, "KELLEYS BLUE BOOK", ETC.-Includes:  (1) 1921 "Official Automobile Tour Book:  New York - Pennsylvania - New England"; binding tight, very little pencil lettering and wear; (1) "Offical Automobile Blue Book" Vol 3, 1921; NJ, PA, MD, DE, VA, WV, DC; soft cover, interior advdertising has litho loss; interior pages include maps, two-color and multi-color advertising, book features "directions" to and from various locations; (1) "The Official Maps of new England" - The National Survey, Chester, VA; no obvious date; (1) "National Publishing Company" Boston Mass travel map - New York, 1901; some tears to road map; hard cover; (1) Mixer's Road Guide and Strip Map, 1927; New England Hotels Publishing Corporation; several tears to maps, fold-out maps are fragile; (1) Northeastern Official AAA Tour Book - Northeastern States; 1931; fold out map has tears; (1) AAA Southeastern Tour Book, American Automobile Association, Washington, DC; 1936; some handwriting, bent corners, wear; condition varies; overall G  Est.20-40
165  "SEASON OF FIRE" CIVIL WAR RELATED, JUDGE, SIGNED COPY-Author signed copy; Judge, Joseph; "Season of Fire The Confederate Strike on Washington", "For Bill Tungeon with regards, Joe"; Rockbridge  Publishing Company, Berryville, VA; 1994; first edition; no dust jacket; 10 1/4" x 7 1/4"; EX+  Est.10-20
166  BEEBE, WILLIAM "THE ARCTURUS ADVENTURE"-Beebe, William; "The Arcturus Adventure"; G. P. Putnam's Sons, NY and London, Knickerbocker Press; 1926; 5th printing; dedicated and signed by the author; original book jacket; jacket has some tears and rough edges, creases; cover has very minor edge/corner wear; pages toned; 9 1/2" x 6 3/4", VG-EX  Est.75-150
167  URE'S DICTIONARY 1864 - (2) VOLS. + SUPPLEMENT-Ure's Dictionary - 1864; NY, D. Appleton & Co.; (2) Volumes plus supplement; "Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines", includes nearly 1600 engravings; leather covers worn with roughness; marbleized pages; toning; 10 1/2" x 7 1/4", G-VG  Est.100-200
168  (2) 19TH CENTURY MEDICAL / PSYCHOLOGICAL  BOOKS-Includes:  (1) "Domestic Medicine or, A Treatise on the Prevention and Cure of Diseases, by Regimen and Simple Medicines:  with observation on sea-Bathing, and the use of mineral waters.  To which is annexed, a Dispensory for the use of Private Practitioners", Buchan, William, M. D.; from the twenty-second English edition, with considerable additions and notes; Exeter:  J&B Williams 1843; leather bound; foxing; fly leaves loose but intact; surface of leather boards abraded, spine has loss to label; (1) "Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds" by Charles MacKay, LLD; illustrated with numerous engravings; London:  George Routledge and Sons, 1869; embossed boards, spine with black and gilt lettering; topics include "The Mississippi Scheme", "The South Sea Bubble", The Tulipomania", and other mass-hysteria topics;  flyleaves missing; overall F  Est.10-20
169  SMITH "ANATOMICAL ATLAS" 1849 ILLUSTRATED-Smith, Henry H. M. D.; "Anatomical Atlas - Illustrative of the Structure of the Human Body"; Philadelphia:  Lea and Blanchard 1849 under the Supervision of William E. Horner MD, professor of anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania; Index; (636) Illustrations; toned; some water spots; cover edges rough; 10 3/4" x 7 1/2", F-G  Est.50-100
170  VAN HEURCK "A TREATISE ON THE DIATOMACEAE" -Van Heurck, Henri Dr.; "A Treatise on the Diatomaceae"; No. 87, printed by W. E. Baxter Limited; Lewes and London; book edges and binding / spine rough; binding taped inside; pages beginning to separate; roughness on back cover; library book; card in back; 11" x 8", G-VG  Est.75-150
171  KEITH "ON THE GLOBES…" 1826-Keith, Thomas; "New Treatise on the Use of the Globes or a Philosophical View of the Earth and Heavens - Designed for Instruction of Youth"; The forth American from the last London edition; NY Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, No. 261, Pearl St., 1826; leather cover; binding reads: "Keith On the Globes"; cover scuffed and rough; interior pages have staining; toned and foxing; 8 3/4" x 5 1/2", F  Est.50-100
172  HARE, "…COURSE OF CHEMICAL INSTRUCTION" 1834-Hare, Robert; "A Compendium of the Course of Chemical Instruction in the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania"; Philadelphia:  J. G. Auner, 1834, Second Edition; frontispiece of chemical laboratory and lecture room, plus (20) additional plates, in addition to many illustrations in text; leather bound; gilt lettering and spine decoration; wear to top of spine and corners; minor damage to rear cover; foxing; minor tears and staining; 9" x 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.100-200
173  BROCKLESBY & MANTELL "THE MICROSCOPIC WORLD"-Brocklesby, John A. M.; "The Microscopic World - Designed for General Reading and as a Handbook for Classes in Natural Science", illustrated with numerous engravings and drawings; NY:  Pratt, Woodford & Co.-No. 4 Courtlandt Street; "Thoughts on Animalcules; or a Glimpse of the Invisible World Revealed by the Microscope" by Gideon Algernon Mantell, Esq. LLD, FRS; London:  John Murray, Albemarle St. 1846, color plates; cover:  minor scuffs and edge roughness; marbleized front and back pages; toned; minimal foxing; written names on front pages; 7 1/2" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100
174  BUDD BARTRAM 1818 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARTS & SCIENCES-"Encyclopedia or Dictionary of Arts Sciences and Miscellaneous Literature"; American Edition; (3) Volumes; Philadelphia, printed by Budd and Bartram 1818; all three have been re-bound; they do not have copper plates; covers rough; pages toned and spotty with minor occasional creasing; 11" x 9", F  Est.100-200
175  VINCENT - CHEMISTRY VOL I & II-Vincent; "Chemistry Vol. I & II; Theoretical, Practical and Analytical as Applied to the Arts and Manufacturers by Writers of Eminence and by Eminent Chemists"; edited by C. W. Vincent FR.S.E., F. C. S., Lond. Et. Ber.; London:  William MacKenzie, 69 Ludgate Hill, E. C. Dublin, Edinburgh and Glasgow; cover has some wear and edge roughness; page toning; minor creasing occasionally; som espots; interior binding has weakness; 11" x 8", G  Est.50-100
176  PRITCHARD "HISTORY OF INFUSORIA, A LIVING FOSSIL"-Pritchard, Andrew M. R. I.; "History of Infusoria, Living Fossil"; London:  Whittaker and Co, 1842; J. Darkin, 3, Cloudesley-Street Islington; colored engravings; leather spine; cover has rough edges and scuffs; interior pages toned with somefoxing; color engravings are loose from binding; 1st page has been written on; 9" x 6", G  Est.25-50
177  BEETON'S DICTIONARY VOL. 1 & 2-Beeton's Dictionary-Vol. I and II; Universal Information; Science and Etymology of Every Leading Term; London:  Ward, Lock, Tyler Warwick House, Paternoster Row; London:  Wyman and Sons, Printers Great Queen St.; Vol. II, 2088 columns and 1000 engravings; cover edge and corner wear; toned; some foxing; interior bidingins a bit weak; 9" x 6", G-VG  Est.25-50
178  (3) BABCOCK & WILCOX CO. STEAM BOOKS-Includes:  (1) "Steam Superheaters" copyright 1915; (1) "Chain Grate Stokers", copyright 1914; (1) "Marine Steam", copyright 1928, third edition, first printing; many interior photos and images; minor corner wear and scuffs; very minor foxing; name is inked on inside cover of (2) books; 10 1/4" x 7 1/2", VG-EX  Est.50-100
179  TYNDALL - FARADAY AS A DISCOVERER-Tyndall, John; "Faraday as a Discoverer"; New York:  D. Appleton and Company, 1874; cover has slight edge and corner wear; interior pages goned with some spottiness; name in inke written on title page; first and last page have been reinforced; 8" x 5 1/4", G-VG  Est.25-50
180  (3) ASTRONOMY BOOKS-(1) Kiddle, Henry; "A Manual of Astronomy and the Use of the Globes for Schools and Academies"; NY, Newman & Ivison; 1852; stereotyped by Thomas B. Smith; cover rough; especially edges and corners inside cover and forntispiece has writing na dmarks and a tear; pages toned and heavy foxing; (1) Dick, Thomas, LLD; "The Practical Astronomer"; NY Harper and Bros. Publishers, 1846; (100) engravings; edge and corner roughness on cover; interior pages toned with rough edges; there is a few pages in the beginning of the book where the pages are uncut at the top; pages toned; (1) Guys Elements of Astronomy and an Abridgment of Keith's New Treatise on the Use of Globes; 13th Ed. Phila Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. 1850; cover corners and leather spine rough; pages toned; minor creasing and tearing in a few places; some writing; 6 1/4" x 4 1/4" - 7 1/4" x 5", F-G  Est.30-60
181  (2) TELESCOPE BOOKS-(1) Serviss, Garrett P.; "Pleasure of the Telescope"; NY, D. Appleton and Co., 1901; many illustrations; front corner and spine edges have roughness; front and back pages reinforced; pages toned; minor marks; (1) Wagner, Norton, "Unveiling the Universe - Where We Are and What We Are as Told by the Telescope"; published and distributed by the Reaserch Publishers, 1936; many illustrations; spine rough at top and bottom; pages toned; largest 7 1/8" x 10 1/4", G-VG  Est.40-80
182  NOAD, HENRY-(2) VOLS. MANUAL OF ELECTRICITY, 19TH CENTURY-Noad, Henry M., PhD, FCS; "Manual of Electricity Including:  Galvanism, Magnetism, Diamagnatism, Electro-Dynamics, Magneto-Electricity and Electric Telegraph", 4th edition; Part I:  Electricity and Galvanism, 1855; Part II:  Magnetism and Electric Telegraph, 1857; London:  George Knight & Co., Haddon Bros and Co. Printers; covers have edge roughness; some fading and spots; pages toned with foxing; 9" x 6", G  Est.25-50
183  (3) VOLS. ENCLOPAEDIA OF GEOGRAPHY-Murray, Hugh; (3) Volumes - "Encyclopaedia of Geography"; Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard; successors to Carey & Co. for George W. Gorton, 1840; covers:  rough, soiled and stained; pages toned, foxed, some spots and stains; small tears; creases and writing; 10 1/4" x 6 3/4", F-G  Est.25-50
184  (5) SCIENTIFIC BOOKS ABOUT WATER-(1) Prudden, T. Mitchell; "Drinking - Water and Ice Supplies and their Relations to Health and Disease"; 2nd edition; G. P. Putnam's Sons, NY - London; The Knickerbocker Press, 1891; (1) Tyndall, John; "The Forms of Water in Clouds and Rivers, Ice and Glaciers"; NY:  D. Appleton and Co. 1898; first few pages loose; (1) Whipple, George C.; "The Value of Pure Water"; first edition; NY:  John Wiley & Sons; London:  Chapman & Hall, limited; 1907; (1) Catlow, Agnes; "Drops of Water:  Their Marvelous and Beautiful Inhabitants Displayed by the Microscope"; London:  Reeve and Benham, 1851; color plates; (1) Whipple, George; "The Microscopy of Drinking Water"; NY:  John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London:  Chapman & Hall. Lmtd.; fourth edition, 1947; covers have minor edge and corner wear; pages toned; occasional mark, crease and spot; largest 9" x 6", G-VG  Est.30-60
185  GATHMANN-AMERICAN SOAPS, 1893-Gathmann, Henry; "American Soaps"; copyright by Henry Gathmann, 1893; (74) engravings including fold-out; cover corners and edges slightly rough; pages toned; occasional mark or smudge; 10" x 7", G-VG  Est.100-200
186  CARNEGIE-JAMES WATT, 1905, 1ST EDITION-Carnegie, Andrew; "James Watt"; New York; Doubleday, Page and Co. 1905; first edition;cover corners and edges have some roughness; cover has some fading, discoloration; pages toned with some very minor staining; 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", G  Est.100-200
187  SCHELLEN-SPECTRUM ANALYSUS IN ITS APPLICATION TO TERRESTRIAL SUBSTANCES-Schellen, H. Dr.; "Spectrium Analysis in its Application to Terrestrial Substanes, and the Physical Constitution of the Heavenly Bodies"; New York:  D. Appleton and Co., 1872, cloth boards; no jacket; first edition; (223 illustrations); jacket edges and corners rough; small tears on spine; pages toned; minor spotting and marks; 9 3/4" x 6 1/2", G  Est.50-100
188  EVE-RUTHERFORD - UNIVERSITY PRESS 1939-Eve. A. S.; Rutherford - Being the Life and Letters of the Rt. Hon. Lord Rutherford, O. M.; New York; the MacMillan Co., Cambridge England at University Press, 1939; cover corners and edges a little rough; pages toned; writing on first page; 10" x 7", VG-EX  Est.30-60
189  (5) BOOKS ON LIGHT /SPECTRUM SCIENCE-(2) Howell, John W. and Schroeder, Henry; "History Of the Incandescent Lamp", Maqua Co. Publishers; NY, 1927; (1) Miller, Samuel C. and Fink, Donald G.; "Neon Signs"; first edition; eleventh impression; McGraw-Hill Book Co.; New York and London, 1935; (1) Hammer, William J.; "Radium and other Radioactive Substances; NY; D. Van Nostrand Co.; London; Sampson Low Marson & Co., Limited, 1930; interior binding loose; (1) Roscoe, Henry E. BA, PhD, FRS; "Spectrum Analysis"; has a blank frontise page which has been cut in half;London MacMillan and Co. 1869; in general covers are in very good condition; some edge and corner roughness; interior pages toned; minor marks; creases; spots; largest 9" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
190  VALLERY-THE LIFE OF PASTEUR-1902 (2) VOLS.-(2) Volumes; Vallery-Radot, Rene; "The Life of Pasteur"; Westminster - Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd. 1902; Butler & Tanner; the Selwood Printing Works, Frome and London; covers have roughness on corners, edge and spines interior; binding pulling on Vol. I; pages toned; minor spotting; 8 3/4" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100
191  (3) VOLS. HOUSTON - ELECTRICITY IN EVERY-DAY LIFE-(3) Volumes; Houston, Edwin J, PhD; "Electricity in Every-day Life"; P. F. Collier & Son, 1905; illustrated; covers slightly rough, edges and corners; pages toned; occasional smudge or spot; 8" x 5 3/4"; G-VG  Est.50-60
192  (3) ASTRONOMY BOOKS - 1860-1926-(1) Olmsted, Denison; "A Compendium of Astronomy" NY, Collins & Brother; 1860; (1) Russell, Henry Norris PhD, D Sc.; Dugan, Raymond Smith PhD; Stewart, John Quincy PhD; "Astronomy - The Solar System"; Ginn aned Co. 1926; (1) Olmsted, Denison, LLD; "Letters on Astronomy"; NY, Harper & Bros Publishers, 1848; overall covers have edge and corner roughness; pages toned; some toning and creasing, marks; largest 9" x 6", G  Est.30-60
193  (2) VOLS. COOLEY'S CYCLOPAEDIA OF PRACTICAL RECEIPTS-(2) Volumes - "Cooley's Cyclopaedia of Practical Receipts - Medicine, Pharmacy and Domestic Economy", 6th edition; New York:  D. Appleton & Co., 1879; covers have some roughness on edges and corners; pages toned; 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50
194  (2) THOMAS EDISON BOOKS-(1) Dickson, W. K. L. and Antonia; "The Life of Inventions of Thomas A. Edison"; Boston and New York; Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1894; photos and drawings; cover has minor corner and edge wear; interior binding is pulling; writing on first page; toning and foxing; occasional crease or mark; (1) Jones, Francis Arthur; "Thomas - Alva - Edison - an Intimate Record"; NY - Thomas Y&. Crowel Co., 1924; cover, minor wear and marks; writin on inside cover; pages toned; some foxing; one page has a tear, but all there; 10 1/2" x 8" (largest); G-VG  Est.50-100
195  NATURE SERIES "THE SPECTROSCOPE and ITS APPLICATIONS" LOCKYEAR-Lockyer, Norman, F. R. S.; "The Spectroscope and Its Applications" with coloured plate and illustrations; London and New York:  MacMillan And Co., 1873; London:  R. Clay Sons and Taylor, Printers; Bread Street Hill; includes several fold-out illustrations; 7 1/4" x 5", VG+  Est.20-40
196  ADAMS, (2) VOLS. "NIAGARA POWER"-Adams, Edward Dean; "Niagara Power History of the Niagara Falls Power Company 1886-1918 - Evolution of its Central Power Station and Alternating Current System"; Privately Printed for the Niagara Falls Power Company, Niagara Falls, NY; 1927; Vol. 1 - History and Power Projects; Vol. 2-Construction and Operation; Volume one signed by the author "with compliments"; very light wear, 11 1/4" x 9", VG+  Est.30-60
197  (2) BOOKS ON ELECTRICITY-(1) Dunman, Thomas; "Electricity and Magnetism"; revised and completed by Chapman Jones, F.I.C., F.CS; second edition; Ward, Lock & Co.; London, New York and Melbourne; 1889; includes engravings and diagrams; heavy toning and foxing; binding a bit loose; (1) Lodge, Prof. Oliver; "The Work of Hertz and His Successors - Being a Description of the Method of Signalling Across Space Without Wires by Electric Waves"; Second Edition; London:  "The Electrician" Printing and Publishing Company, Limited; Salisbury Court, Fleet Street; no date, but catalog card mentions 1908; pencil markings on frontispiece; ex-libris stamp on interior front cover; chunk of cover missing top left; largest 8 5/8" x 5 7/8"; G+  Est.20-40
198  (2) MID 19TH CENTURY BOOKS ON SURVEYING-(1) Frome:  "Outline of the Method of Conducting a Trigonometrical Survey, for the Formation of Geogrphical and Topographical Maps and Plans; Military Reconnaissance, Levelling, Etc.; with the Most Useful Problems in Geodesy and Practical Astronomy, and Formulae and Tables for Facilitating Their Calculation"; Third Edition (Revised and Much Improved); London:  John Weale, 59, High Holborn; 1862; includes many diagrams and plates, fold-outs, etc.; age toning and foxing; (1) Davies, Charles; "Elements of Surveying and Navigation with Descriptions of the Instruments and the Necessary Tables"; Revised Edition; New York:  Published by A. S. Barnes & Co.; 51 & 53 John Street.  Sold by Booksellers, Generally, Throughout the United States; 1859; leather bound; front cover detached but present; heavy spotting and foxing; several fold-out engravings, one with significant damage and losses; marbled fore-edges; overall F-G+  Est.20-40
199  (4) BOOKS ON ASTRONOMY-(2) Vols. Russell, Henry Norris, Ph D., D. Sc.; Dugan, Raymond Smith, Ph D.; Stewart, John Quincy, Ph D.; "Astronomy  - A Revision of Young's Manual of Astronomy"; Ginn and Company; (1 Vol. ) I  "The Solar System", 1926; (1 Vol.) II "Astrophysics and Stellar Astronomy", 1927; (1) Langley, Samuel Pierpont, PhD., LLD; "The New Astronomy"; Boston Ticknor and Company; 1888; Illustrated; pictorial cover with gilt embellishments; binding cracked, "Boston Library" stamp on several plates and paper stamp on inner front cover; waterstains on most pages, lower edge; (1) "A Few Astronomical Instruments" from the works of Warner & Swasey; Cleveland Ohio, USA; 1900; 36 plates featuring various observatories, telescopes, and appratus; pictorial front cover; binding loose; largest 12" x 9 1/2", overall F-G  Est.20-40
200  SCHINDLER - MECHANIC OF THE MOON-Schindler, Robert; "The Mechanic of the Moon - Dedicated to the Astronomers and Astro-Physicists"; 1906; printed by C. J. Bucher; Lucerne, Swizerland; English Edition - 250 copies; diminuitive book regarding the surface of the moon; several pages have pencil scribbles and marks; binding a little loose and split; pictorial cover with some wear; 6 3/4" x 4 1/2", G+  Est.20-40
201  WORMELL - ELECTRICITY IN THE SERVICE OF MAN-Wormell, R., D. Sc., M. A. (editor); "Electricity in the Service of Man:  A Popular and Practical Treatise on the Applications of Electricity in Modern Life"; from the German of Dr Alfred Ritter Von Urbanitzky; Casselll & Company, Limited; 1886; includes many (850) illustrations; leather spine and corners; marbled cover; Richards Free Library (Newport NH) interior paper stamp, and ink stamps throughout; minor toning and wear; 9" x 6 1/4", VG  Est.20-40
202  LECTURES ON ELECTRICITY - ROCKWELL, 1879-Rockwell, A. D., A. M., M. D.; "Lectures on Electricity in its Relations to Medicine and Surgery"; New York; Wm. Wood & Co, 1879; ex-libris withdrawn from Yale University Library; includes diagrams and drawings; rear of text features "Extra Appliances for Electro-Theraputic Uses", by Jerome Kidder, 1878; roughness to top edge of back board; 9 1/4" x 6", G  Est.10-20
203  (5) BOOKS ON EXPLOSIVES, PRE 1920'S-Includes:  (1) Eissler, Manuel; "The Modern High Explosives Nitro-Glycerine and Dynamite:  Their Manufacture, Their Use, and Their Application to Mining and Military Engineering…"; Third Edition (Second Thousand); New York:  John Wiley & Sons, 1893; title page has embossed US Navy stamp; pastedown features USN SHIP'S LIBRARY stamp, U.S.S. Terror; binding a little loose, rear pastedown separation; age appropriate wear; (1) Hamilton, Douglas T; "High-Explosive Shell Manufacture", New York, The Industrial Press; 1916; first edition; illustrated with photographs of the manufacturing process; (1) Weaver, Erasmus; "Notes on Military Explosives"; fourth edition, revised and enlarged; New York, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1917; page toning and foxing to edges; corners of covers have bends; flyleaf with ink stamp; (1) Brunswig, Dr H.; "Explosives A Synoptic and Critical Treatment of the Literature of the Subject as Gathered from Various Sources"; first edition; New York, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1912; handwriting and discoloration to font and rear fly leaves; many charts and tables; (1) Eissler, Manuel; "A Handbook on Modern  Explosives - A Practical Treatise"; second edition, enlarged; London, Crosby Lockwood and Son; 1897; pencil signature on title page; separation at front hinge; diagrams and illustrations; largest 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", overall G-VG  Est.20-40
204  URE-DICTIONARY OF ARTS MANURACTUERS & MINES-Ure, Andrew, M.D.; "A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines; Containing a Clear Exposition of their Principles and Practice"; (1240) wood engraving illustrations; from the second London Edition; New York:  La Roy Sunderland, 1842; an A to Z compendium of terms, including definitions, chemical formulas, diagrams, tables and related; leather spine and corners; split to front hinge, front board loose; book plate ex-Hampden Mills Library; pages toned with light foxing; 9" x 6", G  Est.20-40
205  (3) BOOKS ON OPTICS-(1) Bache, A. D.; "Brewster's Treatise on Optics"; 1833; title page missing; covers and spine are present but nearly completely detached; binding broken; needs to be re-bound; page edges rough, spotting and foxing to pages; many diagrams; (1) Farrar, John; "An Experimental Treatise on Optics, Comprehendign the Leading Principles of the Science and an Explanation of the More Important and Curious Optical Instruments and Optical Phenomena bing the Third Part of a Course of Natural Philsophy, compiled for the Use of the Students of the University at Cambridge, New England"; printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, at the University Press; 1826; marbled boards with leather spine and corners; front board is loose; many fold-out diagrams at the rear of book, pages at rear of book have water stains; (1) Jackson, I. W.; "An Elementary Treatise on Optics"; second edition; Schenectady:  published by G. Y. Van Debogert; S. S. Riggs Printer; 1852; several fold-out diagrams in rear of book, some feature pencil sketches and doodles; binding sound; wear to spine at top and bottom edges; board corners curled and bent; largest: 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", F-G  Est.30-50
206  BATTELL-ELLEN (2) VOLUMES-(1) Battell, Joseph; "Ellen or the Whisperings of an Old Pine"; American Publishing Company, Middlebury, Vermont; 1901; first edition; a criticism of scientific theories and principles; pictorial cover with gilt lettering; binding slightly loose; (1) Battell, Joseph; "Ellen or the Whisperings of an Old Pine;" second edition, revised and enlarged in two volumes; Volume II; American Publishing Company; Middlebury, Vermont; Arthur F. Bird, London 1908; pictorial cover with gilt lettering; front cover bottom edge and spine edge have wear; 9 3/8" x 7"; VG  Est.40-60
207  GIRARD, BARRESWIL et AIME; "DICTIONNAIRE de CHIMIE INDUSTRIELLE"-(3) Volume Set; Paris:  Dezobry, E. Magdeleine et Cie, Libr.-Editeurs; 1861; green marbled boards; leather spines and corners; marbled paste boards; Vol. 1 has scrape on cover and wear to top edge; wear to corners; light foxing to interior pages; many illustrations; 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", VG  Est.30-50
208  (3) BOOKS ON THEORY OF HEAT-Includes:  (1) "Abhandlungen Cber Die Mechanische Warmetheorie"; von R. Clausius; Braunschweig; Druck und Verlag von Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn; 1864; embossed stamp from Yale University (withdrawn); marbled cover boards; leather spine; wear and losses tro spine; wear to cover; (1) Tyndall, John; "Heat a Mode of Motion"; eleventh edition; Longmans, Green and Co., 1898; fold-out illustration opposite title page; illustrated; (1) Preston, Thomas, M. A.; "The Theory of Heat"; London:  MacMillan and Co., 1894; ink lettering on title page; some roughness to top and bottom edges of spine; largest 8 3/4" x 6", G-VG  Est.30-50
209  CHAMBERS'S INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE, 1849 -2 VOLS.-"Chambers's Information for the People.  A Popular Encylopaedia"; first American edition; Philadelphia:  T B Peterson; 1849; leather bound; volume one missing frontispiece; page toning and foxing; scrape to front cover; wear to spine; volume two has leather loss to edge of front board; several pages in center of volume two have edge losses and damage; 10 1/2" x 6 3/4", G-G+  Est.30-50
210  ASSEMBLED SET "CYCLOPEDIA OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING" (7) total-"Cyclopedia of Mechanical Engineering"; Raymond, Howard Monroe; Chicago, American School of Correspondence, 1912; missing volume two of seven volume set; volume 1:  machine shop work, forging; volume 3:  pattern making; foumdry work, mechanism; volume 4:  steam boilers, assessories, pumps; volume 5:  steam engines, indicators, valve gears, refrigeration; volume 6:  gas producers, gas engines, automobiles, elevators; volume 7:  drawing, machine design, index; all volumes similarly bound in red cloth with leatherette spine; marbled paste boards; marbled top edge and fore edge; all volumes have wear to spine edges; together with Volume 2, "Cyclopedia of Engineering", Derr, Louis; one of six volumes; Chicago, American Technical Society, 1908; 9 1/2" x 6 3/4", G-G+  Est.40-60
211  (2) BOOKS ON OPTICS, TURN OF 20TH CENTURY-Includes:  Hirth, Georges; "La Vue Plastique, Fonction del'ecorce Cerebrale"; Paris, Felix Alcan, editeur; 1893; rear of volume includes several plates featuring stereo-view type 3-D illustrations; marbled cover boards with leather spine and corners; marbled paste boards; wear to spine edges and corners; pages lightly toned; 9 1/8" x 6 1/4"; (1) Czapski, Dr. Siegfried; "Grundzuge der Theorie der Optischen Instrumente Nach Abbe"; Leipzig Verlag von Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1904; Columbia University Library embossed stamp on title page; marbled boards, leather spine and corners; split along front hinge spine detached; cover board loss at top edge; tape repair to seam at fly pages; marbled fore edge; 10" x 6 3/4", G-G+  Est.30-50
212  BOUTAN / D'ALMEIDA "COURS ELEMENTAIRE PHYSIQUE", 1867-Boutan, A.; D'Almeida, J. Ch.; "Cours Elementaire de Physique Suivi de Problemes, third edition; two volumes; Paris, Dunod, editeur; 1867; marbled boards, leather spines; marbled pasteboards; minor foxing; bindings tight; some losses to corners of cover; 9" x 6", VG  Est.40-60
213  CLARK-HISTORY OF MANUFACTURES IN THE US, '29 EDITION -Clark, Victor S.; "History of Manufacturers in the United States," Three volumes; 1893-1928; 1929 edition; reprinted with permission of the Carnegie Institution of Washington; New York, Peter Smith, 1949; 10 1/4" x 7", VG+  Est.20-40
214  BOUND VOLUMES - SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT 1877-1888-Large folio bound volumes, leather spines and corners; a few volumes missing from the series; includes:  1877 Vol. 3 & 4 (#53-104); 1878 Vol. 5 & 6 (105-156); 1879 Vol. 7 & 8 (157-208); 1880 Vol. 9 & 10 (209-260); 1881 Vol. 11 & 12 (261-313); 1882 Vol. 13 & 14 (314 -365); 1884 Vol. 17 & 18 (418-469); 1886 Vol. 21 & 22 (522-573); 1887 Vol. 23 & 24 (574-626); 1888 Vol. 25 & 26 (627-678); nicely illustrated; wear and loss to raised portions of leather spines, corners have edge wear; pages lightly toned and in very good shape; 15 3/4" x 11 3/4", VG  Est.100-200
215  (3) VOLS. ENCYLOPEDIA OF GEOGRAPHY - MURRAY, 1839-Murray, Hugh; "The Encylopeaedia of Geography:  comprising a complete description of the earth…"; illustrated by (82) maps, 1100 other wood engravings; Philadelphia:  Lea and Blanchard, 1839; ex-libris stamp John H. Owings, M.D.; flysheet with inked name and dated 1870; leatherbound; foxing to pages; scuffs and wear to covers, spines, corners; color map of the US in volume three, some weakness to binding where map is tipped in; 10 1/4" x 6 3/4", G-VG  Est.100-200
216  "THE NEW TECHNICAL EDUCATOR" (3) VOLS. 1893-"The New Technical Educator - An Encyclopaedia of Technical Education"; Cassell & Company Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne; 1893; six volumes in (3); leather spines and corners; a few color plates, many black and white diagrams and illustrations; covers a plethora of trades:  mechanical, gardening, weaving, textiles, forging, metal working, electrical engineering, etc.; light wear to spines and corners; 9 1/8" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40
217  (5) VOLUMES "SCIENCE FOR ALL", ILLUSTRATED -Brown, Robert (editor); "Science for All"; illustrated; Cassell & Company, Limitied; no date but likely late 1800's; (5) volumes; each volume features color plate opposite title page; many black and white engraved illustrations; 2-color plates included as well; embossed pictorial covers with gilded lettering; some wear to spine corners and edges; volume 5 has torn (missing) fly leaf; heavy foxing throughout; covers a staggering number and variety of topics; 10 1/2" x 7 3/4", G+  Est.40-60
218  MUSEUM OF SCIENCE & ART SERIES (11) VOLUMES-Lardner, Dionysus (editor); "The Museum of Science and Art"; London:  Walton and Maberly; 1854-5; pictorial hardcover series; some pages un-cut; spines faded; some spines have splits and damage; 7 5/8" x 4 7/8"; G-VG  Est.20-40
219  NIKOLA TESLA LECTURES-PATENTS-ARTICLES-Published by Nikola Tesla Museum, Beograd Yugoslavia; Beograd 1956; published by Nolit, printed by Kultura Press, Beograd; includes patents, diagrams, illustrations, etc.; hardcover, 11" x 8 3/4", VG+  Est.40-60
220  IRON & STEEL in WHEELING  - SCOTT, SIGNED& NUMBERED-Scott, Henry  Dickerson; "Iron & Steel in Wheeling"; printed by the Caslon Company, Toledo, Ohio; copyright 1929; edition of 1600 copies, number 926; signed and personalized by the author; printed on watermarked paper; water stain and damage evident on front and back covers and lower edge on each page; several engravings; 12 1/4" x 8 1/4"  Est.20-40
221  (5) BOOKLETS:  CONSOLIDATED GAS ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER, BALTIMORE-"Power Pictorial  - Industrial Power - District Steam Heat - Air Conditioning - Illumination", (1) Sept. 1931, Number 20; cover has split in spine, cover detached; (1) April 1931; Number 19; (1) May, 1936, Number 34; (2) copies of "American Gas Centenary 1816-1916", (1) brown tape repairs along spine at flyleaf and title page; (1) binding broken, various losses (images cut out of portrait gallery); age appropriate wear - soft covers, with corner bends, edges worn, etc.; 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", F-VG  Est.20-40
222  (4) FRESHWATER LIFE BOOKS-(2) Slack, Henry J., "Marvels of Pond-Life", London:  Groombridge and Sons, 1-4th edition, 1880; 1-1886; (1) Nave, Johann, "Collector Handbook - Algae Diatoms, Fungi, Lichens, Mosses, etc."; London, Robert Hardwicke, 1867; (1) Cooke, "Introduction to Fresh-Water Algae", London:  Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1902; overall very good condition; page toning; varying degrees of cover wear; occasional stamp; 7 1/2" x 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50
223  (3) JOHN TYNDALL SCIENCE BOOKS-All NY, D. Appleton and Co.; (1) 1873 "Sound.  A Course of Eight Lectures Delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain"; (1) 1874, "Heat.  A Mode of Motion", from the 4th and last English edition; (1) 1874, "Fragments of Science for Unscientific People:  A Series of Detached Essays, Lectures and Reviews"; book covers have edge wear; pages toned; 7 1/2" x 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.30-60
224  (3) SMITHSONIAN REPORTS, 19TH CENTURY-(2) 1857 - "Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the  Smithsonian Institution", Washington, James B. Steedman, Printer; covers have minor edge wear; pages toned; occasional tear or crease; one copy has water staining; (1) 1860 - "Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution"; Washington; George W. Bowman, Printer; cover faded with edge wear; corner creases; pages toned with foxing; pulling at binding; minor stains, holes, 9" x 6", G  Est.35-70
225  (3) MICROSCOPE BOOKS, 19TH CENTURY-(1) Hogg, Jabez, "The Microscope", 3rd edition; London:  George Routledge & Co., NY; 1858; (500+/-) engravings; cover has edge wear; binding beginning to break; first page beginning to tear; pages toned; (1) Wythe, J. H., "The Microscopist", 4th edition; Philadelphia:  Linsay & Blakiston, 1880; (250) illustrations; cover edges have wear; interior binding pulled away; a few tiny holes on first few pages; pages toned; (1) Stokes, Alfred C.; "Microscopial Praxis Illustrated"; Portland, Conn.:  Edward F. Bigelow, 1894; mnor cover corner wear; bookplate and some numbers writtein on inside cover; pages toned; 9" x 6" (largest); G-VG  Est.40-80
226  (2) MICROSCOPE BOOKS-(1) Van Heurck, "The Microscope", English edition; London:  Crosby  Lochwood and Son; NY, D. Van Nostrand Co., 1893; cover is spotty with worn edges; pages toned with foxing; (1) Spitta, Edmund J.; "Photo-Micrography"; Illustrations and half-tone reproductions from original negatives; London; The Scientific Press Limited, 1899; cover has rough edges; spine is beginning to tear; pages toned with some spotting; largest 11" x 8 3/4", G  Est.45-90
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229  LEITZ "OPTICAL WORKS" CATALOG NO. 39-Leitz, Ernst; "Optical Works -Catalog No. 39 - Microscopes and Accessory Apparatus", Wetzlar Germany, 1901 - Founded 1850 - Branch offices New York, Chicago, Berlin NW; pencil writing inside front and back cover and three interior pages; toned; some foxing; corner creasing; binding and corner roughness on cover; 8 3/4" x 6", G-VG  Est.100-200
230  WYTHES "THE MICROSCOPIST" 1ST ED. 1851-Wythes, Joseph H. MD "The Microscopist Complete Manual on the Use of the Microscope for Physicians, Students, and all Lovers of Natural Science"; First Edition; Philadelphia Lindsay and Blakiston, 1851; embossed cover; toned with foxing; interior binding breaking - pages pulling away; cover has some edge roughness and "blisters"; 7 1/2" x 5 1/8", F-G  Est.50-100
231  WYTHES "THE MICROSCOPIST" 2ND ED. 1853 ILLUS.-Wythes, Joseph H. MD "The Microscopist Complete Manual on the Use of the Microscope for Physicians, Students, and all Lovers of Natural Science"; Second edition with illustrations; Philadelphia Lindsay and Blakiston, London:  Trubner & Co. 1853; embossed cover; some pencil writing on frontal and back pages; toned; minor creases; slight edge wear;  7 1/2" x 5 1/8", G-VG  Est.25-50
232  ZEISS "OPTISCHE WERKSTAETTE JENA. MIKROSCOPE UND MIKROSKOPISCHE"-Zeiss, Carl; "Optische Werkstaette Jena. Mikroskope und Mikroskopische Hilfsapparate" 1895; No. 30; written in German; embossed cover; several illustrations; bottom of cover binding on exterior rough and tearing; some minor edge roughness; interior binding pulled away; ink spot on page 15; toned; some minor page corner creasing; 10 1/2" x 7 1/2", F-G  Est.50-100
233  (2) 1800'S MICROSCOPE BOOKS- CARPENTER & SMITH/ BEALE-(1) Carpenter and Smith "The Microscope:  and its Revelations"; Phila. Blanchard and Lea; 1856; (434) wood engravings; C. Sherman and Son Printers; cover edges worn; pages toned; minor foxing; (1) Beale, Lionel S. Dr.; "How to Work with the Microscope"; 5th edition; London Harison Pall Mall; Phila: Lindsay and Blakiston; MDCCCLXXX (1880); rough condition overall; pages pulled from binding and falling out; pages brittle; toned and tearing; appears to be complete; book plate from Johns Hopkins Library; 9" x 7", P-F  Est.25-50
234  (3) VOLS. HOGG, JABEZ "THE MICROSCOPE ITS HISTORY…"-Hogg, Jabez "The Microscope Its History, Construction and Applications"; (1) Third Edition, 1858, London:  George Routledge & Co. Farringdon St.-NY:  18, Beekman St.; interior binding breaking, 1st few frontal pages seperated from binding; (1) Fourth Edition, 1859; London:  Routledge Warnes and Routledge; Farringdon St., NY:  56 Walker St.; (1) Fifth Edition, 1861; London:  Routledge Warnes and Routledge, Farringdon St., NY:  56 Walker St.; cover edge and corners show the most wear; interior pages toned; some pages sticking together but can be carefully seperated; dusty top page edges; book plates and writing on front pages; 7 1/2" x 5", G  Est.50-100
235  (2) FREY MICROSCOPE & MICROSCOPICAL TECHNOLOGY-Frey, "The Microscope and Miscroscopial Technology" and "Frey on Microscope and Miscroscopical Technology" Cutter; Text book for physicians and students; NY; William Wood & Co., 27 Great Jones Street, 1872; Pool & MacLauchlan Prinnters NY; from the fourth and last German editions; (343) engravings and microscope price lists; toned, very little foxing; covers have minor edge roughness; 9 1/2" x 7", G-VG  Est.50-100
236  LEITZ "MICROSCOPES, MAGNIFIERS, MICROTOMES…" CATALOG-Leitz,  E.; "Microscopes, Magnifiers, Microtomes, Colorimeters, Projection Apparatus, etc. Catalog"; E. Leitz Inc. NY; spine lettering has color loss; minor edge and corner roughness; minor toning; 10 1/4" x 7", G-VG  Est.50-100
237  LARDNER "THE MICROSCOPE" 1856-Lardner, Dionysus D. C. L.; "The Microscope"; 1856; London:  Walton and Maberly - London:  Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars - (147) Enmgravings; soft cover; interior binding separating ; cover faded with edge wear and interior pages toned; 7 1/2" x 4 3/4", G  Est.20-40
238  BAUSCH & LOMB "JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROSCOPY" 3 VOLS.-"Journal of Applied Microscopy Books", Vol. I, II, III; Rochester NY, Published by the Publication Department Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. 1898-1908; the large book has (3) Volumes in one book; one chart in this book has a tear; overall:  covers have minor edge wear, some toning and minor creases occasionally; 9 3/4" x 7", G-VG  Est.100-200
239  (2) EDITIONS-CAPRENTER, "THE MICROSCOPE AND ITS REVELATIONS"-Carpenter, "The Microscope and its Revelations"; 6th and 7th Editions; (1) 6th Edition:  London, J & A Churchill 1881; 26 plates and 500 wood engravings; interior binding pulling away; some apge edges are rough; toned; (1) 7th Edition; Philadelphia; P. Blakiston, Son and Co, 1891; 21 plates and 800 wood engravings; edited by Dallinger; interior binding pulli gaway; writing on inside cover and first page; toned; both covers have some wear; mostly on edges; 8" x 5 1/2" and 9" x 6", F-G  Est.50-100
240  (2) EDITIONS-CARPENTER, "THE MICROSCOPE AND ITS REVELATIONS"-(1) Carpenter, "The Microscope and its Revelations", seventh edition; first seven chapters have been re-written and reconstructed, enlarged and revised by the Rev. W. H. Dallinger L. L. D, F. R. S, &c.; with (21) plates and (800) wood engraings; (7) appendices, index, original cloth, J&A Churchill, 1891; (1) Eighth Edition; (22) plates and nearly (900) wood engravings; Phila: P. Blakiston's Son & Co.; printed in Great Britain, 1901; cover edge wear; interior bidinngs pulling away; some insignificant writing and book plate toning; 9" x 6", G  Est.50-100
241  (2) THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MICROSCOPY AND POPULAR SCIENCE-Vol. I includes Vol. 1, 2, 3; 1876; NY; Handicraft Publication Co., 37 Park Row; Vol. 4 includes Vol. 4, 5, 6, 19879; NY Industrial Publication Co., 14 Dey St.; cover edge wear; pages toned; some water staining on the first few and last pages of Vol. 1 book; binding slightly wear; 9" x 6", F-G  Est.50-100
242  (4) BAUSCH-MANIPULATION OF THE MICROSCOPE-(4) editions:  Bausch, Edward; "Manipulation of the Microscope"; Rochester, NY; published by Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., illustrated; (1) 1885 Post-Express printing co.; cover is spotty and has rough edges; interior toned with foxing; binding intact but pulling; (1) 1891:  printed by Andrew J. Wegman; cover has some spots with minor edge roughness; interior binding is pulling away; toned; (2) 1901:  Press of Bausch and Lomb Optical Co, fourth edition, twentieth thousand; both have edge roughness on cover; ages slightly toned; 7" x 5", G-VG  Est.40-80
243  (2) 19TH CENTURY MICROSCOPIST BOOKS-Includes:  (1) Wythes, Joseph H. MD; "The Microscopist or a Complete Manual on the Use of the Microscope for Physicians, Students, and all Lovers of Natural Science;" second edition; improved and enlarged with illustrations; Philadelphia:  Lindsay and Blakiston, 1853; (1) King, John, MD; "The Microscopist's Companion; a Popular Manual of Practical Microscopy"; Cincinnati:  Robert Clarke & Co. 1859; covers have some edge roughness and fading; spines and bindings a bit weak; a few edge tears; toning; minor toning and marks; 9 1/4" x 6 1/4" and 7 1/2" x 5", G  Est.30-60
244  HOOLE - SELECT WORKS OF ANTHONY VAN LEEUWENHOEK-Hoole,  Samuel, "Select Works of Anthony Van Leeuwenhoek Containing Microscopial Discoveries - Translated from Dutch and Latin Editions, published by the author"; London:  printed for the translator by G. Sidney; 1800; cover is rough; pages have minor edge tearing, toned with some foxing; smudges; 11" x 9", F  Est.50-100
245  ZEISS - OPTICAL WORKS, 1898-Zeiss, Carl; "Optical Works, Microscopes and Microscopic Accessories", 31st Edition, 1898; cloth cover; has some roughness; mostly edges; pages toned; some stamps and marks on first few pages; 10 3/4" x 7 1/2", G-VG  Est.100-200
246  HENRY-ELEMENTS OF EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY-Henry, William, MD, FRS; "Elements of Experimental Chemistry"; Vol I and II; London:  printed for Baldwin Cradock and, Joy; Paternoster-Row, and r. Hunter, St. Paul's Church Yard, 1823; leather covers; edges rough; interior pages toned; minor foxing and staining; some writing on frontispieces; 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", G  Est.50-100
247  (3) CHEMISTRY BOOKS, 19TH CENTURY-Includes:  (1) Comstock, J. L., MD; "Conversations on Chemistry"; Hartford:  published by Cooke and Co. and Packard  Butler; 1831; (38) wood engravings; leather cover very rough; interior pages toned; stained with foxing; binding is pulling; (1) Hooker, Worthington, MD; "First Book in Chemistry for the Use of Schools and Famillies"; NY Harper & Bros. Publishers, 1862; illustrated engravings; cover edges rough and faded; interior pages toned with minor foxing; front andn back pages have been reinforced; (1) Rodwell, G. F., F.R.A.S., F.C.S.V; "Birth of Chemistry Nature Series"; London-Macmilland and Co. 1874; numerous illustrations; cover has minor roughness on corners; pages toned; slight foxing; tallest 7 1/4" x 4 1/4", F-G  Est.20-40
248  VOL. III & IV MICROSCOPIAL SCIENCE - QUARTERLY JOURNAL-Vol. III and IV, "Microscopial Science - Quarterly Journal"; edited by Edwin Lankaster, MD, FRS, FLS; and Goerghe Busk, FRCSE, FRS, FLS; illustrations on wood and stone; vol III:  London - Samuel Highley, 1855; printed by W. Clowes and Sons; (1) Vol. IV; John Churchill, 1856; minor edge roughness on covers; front and back pages have been reinforced; pages toned with minor foxing; 8 1/2" x 6", G-VG  Est.25-50
249  (3) VOLS. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MICROSCOPY-"The Amerian Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science Books"; Vol. I:  New York, Handicraft Publication Co. 1876; cover has edge and corner roughness; minor stains; front and back pages have been reinforced; (1) Vol II, NY, instural publication Co. 1877; cover slightly rough; edges and faded; pages toned; (1) Vol. III, NY, Industrial Publication Co, 1878; cover has rough edges and corners; scuffs; inside binding has pulled away from spine, stamped ; "American Musem NY; toned; one page not attached; 9" x 6 1/4", F-G  Est.50-100
250  BEALE "HOW TO WORK WITH THE MICROSOPE" 1880-Beale, Lionel S.; "How to Work With the Microscope"; 5th Edition; "revised throughout and much enlarged, with 100 plates comprising more than 600 engravigs, some printed in colours, and most which have been drawn on wood by the author", London:  Harrison, Pall Mall; Philadelphia:  Lindsay and Blakiston; 1880; ex-libris plate on inside front cover; cloth cover hard cover; wear to cover corners and edges; light wear to gilding on binding; pages toned; 8 3/4" x 6 3/4", VG  Est.20-40
251  VAN HEURCK "THE MICROSCOPE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT" 1893-Van Heurck, Henri, Dr.; "The Microscope:  Its Construction and Management.  Including Technique, Photo-Micrography and the Past and Future of the Microscope"; English Edition; re-edited and augmented by the author from the fourth French Edition and translated by Wynne E. Baxter, F. R. M. S., F. G. S.; with three plates and upwards of (250) illustrations; Lodon:  Crosby Lockwood and Son, 7, Stationer's Hall Court, Ludgate Hill; New York:  D. Van Nostrand Comany, 1893; ink stamp on frontispiece and on introduction of Chapter 1; printed by W. E. Baxter Limited, Lewes and London; cover features engraved gilt image of microscope; some spotting to cover, light scratches; wear to corners, dents to edges; vertical crease to exterior of spine; covers loose(split to interior binding); 11 1/2" x 8 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
252  VAN HEURCK "THE MICROSCOPE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT" 1893-Van Heurck, Henri, Dr.; "The Microscope:  Its Construction and Management.  Including Technique, Photo-Micrography and the Past and Future of the Microscope"; English Edition; re-edited and augmented by the author from the fourth French Edition and translated by Wynne E. Baxter, F. R. M. S., F. G. S.; with three plates and upwards of (250) illustrations; Lodon:  Crosby Lockwood and Son, 7, Stationer's Hall Court, Ludgate Hill; New York:  D. Van Nostrand Comany, 1893; introductor title page has hand-written "Carl O Johns, 1893" and "Presented by Dr. Carl O Johns to Dr. H B. Keyes May 12, 1939"; printed by W. E. Baxter Limited, Lewes and London; water stain to portrait engraving; cover features engraved gilt image of microscope; some spotting to cover, scratches; wear to corners, wear and fraying to spine; covers loose(split to interior binding); 11 1/2" x 8 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100
253  TRANSACTIONS OF THE MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY" VOL. 2-"The Transactions of the Microscopial Society of London Vol. II; London:  John Van Voorst, I. Paternoster Row, 1849; London:  E. Newman, Printer, Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate; withdrawn from Oberlin College Library; "From Library of G. D. Cox; color and black and white engravings; every engraving page stamped with Oberlin College embosser; marbleized covers with heavy fading to front cover, fading to the upper edge of rear cover; leather spine and corners with heavy wear and color loss; pages toned; heavy foxing on plate 27 & 28; 10" x 6 1/2"; G  Est.40-60
254  GORING "MICROSCOPIC ILLUSTRATIONS" 1830-Goring, C. R., MD and Andrew Pritchard; "Microscopic Illustrations of a few New, Popular, and Diverting Living Objects; with their Natural History, &c, &c.; conjoined with accurate descritpions of the latest improvements in the New Microscopes; London:  Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. Ave-Maria-Lane; 1830; several color and black/white engravings; marbelized cover; leather spine and corners; front cover detached; spine partially detached; most of corner leather worn away; repair to rear binding; front and rear flypages heavily toned; spots, soiling and light tears to interior pages; Mercantile Library inkstamp on numerous pages, including illustrations; 9 1/4"x 6 1/4", F  Est.50-100
255  CARPENTER "THE MICROSCOPE:  AND ITS REVELATIONS"-Carpenter, William B., M.D., F.R.S., F.G.S.; "The Microscope:  and its Revelations"; illustrated by 345 Wood Engravings; London:  John Churchill, New Burlington Street; 1856; ; London:  Savill and Edwards, Printers,  Chandos-Street, Covent Garden; Ex-Libris inside front cover; serious warping to rear cover; spotting and wear to covers; interior pages have age-appropriate toning and wear; 7" x 4 1/2", F-G  Est.40-60
256  HOGG, "THE MICROSCOPE:  ITS HISTORY CONSTRUCTION & APPLICATIONS"-Hogg, Jabez "The Microscope Its History, Construction and Applications Being a Familiar Introduction to the Use of the Instrument"; Second Edition, 1856, London:  Herbert Ingram and Co., 198 Strand; "Illustrated with upwards of five hundred engravings"; London:  Printed by Levey, Robson, and Franklin, Great New Street and Fetter Lane; engravings on frontispiece and title pages; interior of front cover has glued-in scrap images; staining and soiling to several pages;  interior pages toned; split to binding along spine; cover loose; cover has pressed ornament and gilt microscope image; 8 3/4" x 6", G  Est.50-75
257  BAKER "MICROSCOPES MADE EASY and SOME CURIOSITIES" 18th Century-Early work on hand laid paper; leather bound; spine has replacement label, "On the Microscope and Some Curiosities"; first 35 pages are filled with hand writing samples and pasted-in clippings of  images of various life forms, texts, and diagrams; title page missing;  text begins with the introduction "To Martin Folke, Esq; President...", handwritten script notes this is Stephen Row His Book 1756"; includes 311 pages of text, plus an index; includes several fold-out plates; pages toned, foxing, age wear; losses to spine leather binding; wear to corners; breaks in the binding; overall fair condition; approximately 8" x 5"  Est.100-125
258  "CURIOSITIES OF ANIMAL LIFE" (3) EDITIONS-(1) "Curiosities of Animal Life with Recent Discoveries of the Microscope"; London, the Religious Tract Society; 192 pages including index; cover features gilt image of microscope; (1) "Curiosities of Animal Life as Developed by the Recent Discoveries of the Microscope", New York:  published by Carlton & Porter, Sunday-School Union, 900 Mulberry-Street; 188 pages (not including advertisements in rear); edges stamped "Ship's Library; (1) "Curiosities of Animal Life as Developed by the Recent Discoveries of the Microscope"; Revised by Daniel F. Kidder; New York:  Published by Lane & Scott; for the Sunday-School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 900 Mulberry Street, Joseph Longking , Printer, 1850; all with embossed covers; engraved illustrations; spotting, toning and foxing; overall G   Est.40-60
259  WHYTHE- THE MICROSCOPIST, FOURTH EDITION-Wythe, J. H.; "The Microscopist:  Manual of Microscopy, and Compendium of the microscopic Sciences; Micro-Mineralogy, Micro-Chemistry, Biology, Histology and Practical Medicine"; Philadelphia:  Lindsay & Blakiston, 1880; pages 161-176 are detached; many plates and diagrams; (252 illustrations); rear of book features additional medical publications; cover features engraved gilt image of microscope; wear to spine edges top and bottom; heavy wear to corners; 9" x 6", F-G  Est.10-20
260  MICROSCOPE & OPTICAL INSTRUMENT CATALOGS-(1) 1871 "Optical Instruments made and sold by Powell & Lealand, No. 170; (1) 1862 "A Catalogue of Optical Instruments…manufactured and sold by Murray and Heath"; (1) "The Improved Mirroscope" The Mirroscope Co.; (1) "Illustrated Price-List of Mircoscopes and Microscopic Apparatus..." manufactured by Joseph Zentmayer, 1853; (1) 1898 "Illustrated Catalog of Microscopes, Micronomes, Microphotographic Apparatus..." manufactured by Carl Reichert; (1) 1909 C. Reichert "Microscopes" card-stock cover catalog No. 28; (1) "Illustrated Price List of Microscopes, Microscopic Apparatus, Mounting Materials and Implements", manufactured by R & J Beck, 1884; no cover, title page detached; (1) R. & J. Beck, Ltd. "Microscopes and Apparatus", hard cover, spine damage, writing on inside cover, dated c. 1924; (1) hardcover Catalog B 1923; "Microscopes and other Biological Apparatus", Eimer and Amend, New York; (1) "The Conclusive Link is Forensic Ballistics", Spencer Lens Company Catalog, 1930; (1) "Manual on the Cooke Microscope Series M1000, M2000, M3000"; (1) C. Baker "Microscopes and Accessories" 1932; (1) Swift Medical Microscopes pamphlet, with inserts and price sheets, dated 1952; (1) "Seeing it Through" Bausch & Lomb brochure, no date, but likely during war time; (1) "Milestones in Optical History" 1940 Bausch & Lomb brochure, with color plates, (3) Gaertner Scientific Corporation catalogs - (1) M-130, 1929; (1) Catalog B-1 "Chronographs and Accessories" 1935; (1) Gaertner "Measuring Microscopes for Laboratory and Shop" and "Optical and Instrument Benches"; various sizes; condition overall G-VG  Est.40-60
261  19th CENTURY MICROSCOPE BOOK PLATES & PAGES-Pages from "The English Encyclopaedia" London:  G. Kearsley, 1802; excerpt only, including "Mircometer", Microscope", Microscopic Objects"; appears to be copper-plate printed on laid paper; includes many figures/illustrations;  pages stained, foxed and toned overall; also included several pages from an unnamed source, featuring plate XXIV Astronomical Instruments: "Theory of the refracting TELESCOPE and compound MICROSCOPE", plate XXV Astronomical Instruments "The Theory of refracting TELESCOPES and th ecompound MICROSCOPE"; plate XXVI Astronomical Instruments "Principles of Achromatic TELESCOPES"; [plate number trimmed] Astronomical Instruments "Achromatic TELESCOPES and DYNAMETERS" (Page heavily toned); plate XIII Optics "MICROSCOPES"; [Plate number trimmed] Optics "Compound MICROSCOPE"; all pages have foxing and toning, one page VERY brown; all pages trimmed; all pages marked in pencil "1811"; all printed on heavy rag paper; approx. 8" x 10 1/2"  Est.20-40
262  (3) ENGINEERING BOOKS-(1) Barber, Thomas, "The Engineer's Sketch Book of Mechanical Movements", third edition; London:  E & FN Spon Limited, NY; Spon & Chamberlain, 1897; (1) Wilson, Herbert, "The Practical Toolmaker and Designer", Philadelphia, Philadelphia Book Co., 1898; (1) Mahan, D. H., "The Mechanical Principles of Engineering and Architecture", NY:  John Wiley, 1860; First American edition from second London edition; covers have minor wear; writing on first few pages; pages toned; minor creasing; minor foxing; 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.40-80
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267  (2) EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGINEERING BOOKS-Includes:  (1) "Plates to Gregory's Mechanics", volume includes many fold-out plates:  Vol 1. Plate 1 - XVIII; Volume 2: Plate I through Plate 40; every plate has plate impressions; likely re-bound with cardboard covers; book features ex-libris stamp on inside front cover; (1) Allen, Zachariah; "The Science of Mechanics, as Applied to the Present Improvements in the Useful Arts in Europe, and the United States of American:  Adapted as a Manual for Mechanics and Manufacturers and Containing Tables and Calculations of General Practical Utility"; Providence:  published by Hutchens & Cory, Miller & Hammond, Printers, 1829; features many diagrams and engravings; pages heavily foxed; book possibly re-bound with cardboard covers; spine losses; both approx 9 1/2" x 6", overall F  Est.20-40
268  JOHNSON "THE PRACTICAL DRAUGHTSMAN'S BOOK OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN"-Johnson, William; "The Practical Draughtsman's Book of Industrial Design"; New York:  Stringer & Townsend, 222 Broadway; 1854; A complete course of mechanical, engineering and architectural drawing; cover corner roughness; toned; some spotting; some writing on first few pages; 11 1/2" x 9 1/4", G-VG  Est.75-150
269  FRENCH "MODERN POWER GENERATORS" VOL. 1 & 2, 1906-French, James Weir B. Sc.; "Modern Power Generators", Vol. I & II - Grescham Publishing Co., MCMVIII; many diagrams and pictorial illustrations and composite sectional models; its possible that a few of the models have been removed; see picture; minor roughness on edges and corners of covers; toned, occasional spottign on a few pages; 13 1/2" x 10", G-VG  Est.100-200
270  SAUNTER, TRIPPLIN, RIGG - "TREATISE OF MODERN HOROLOGY"-Saunter, Tripplin, Rigg; "Treatise of Modern Horology in Theory and Practice"; Translated from Claudius Saunter by Julien Tripplin (Besancon Watch Manufacturer and Edward Rigg MA, assayer in the Royal Mint; illustrated by woodblocks and color copper plates; this work won first class medal in 1867 and gold medal and honourable mention in 1868; the first edition was published in 1861; Published by J. Tripplin, 5, Bartlett's Buildings Holborn Circus, E. C. and and N. Y. of Messrs L. H Keller & Co., 64 Nassau St., London:  Printed by H. Blacklock & Co. Allen St. Goswell Rd. E. C.; leather binding and  corners; toned with minor foxing; binding worn and tearing; 11" x 8", G-VG  Est.40-80
271  (2) BRITISH SPORTS & SPORTSMEN BOOKS-"Modern Commerce Transport Motoring and Aviation" and "Commerce and Industry"; London Sports and Sportsmen, Ltd. 48 Russel Square W. C.; made and printed in Great Britain by Hazell, Watson and Viney, Ltd., London and Aylesbury; Limited Editions 870/1000; filled with illustrations; leather covers; gilt page edges; covers have minor edge wear; (1) cover slightly soiled; overall a few pages have spots; 15" x 11 1/2", VG  Est.100-200
272  (2) CLOCK BOOKS:  HOOPES & BRITTENS-(1) Hoopes, Penrose R.; Connecticut Clockmakers of the 18th Century; 1930; Hartford  Conn.; Edwing Valentine Mitchell, NY; Dodd, Mead and Co; designed by Robert S. Josphy; printed in the USA by J. J Little & Ives Co., NY; (1) Britten's Old Clocks and Watches and their Makers; 7th Edition; by G. H. Baillie, F. B. H. I, C. Clutton, F. S. A. and C. A. Ilbert ,F. B. H I,  with frontispiece by L. H Cresswell and diagrams by F. Janca; Bonanza Books, NY, 1956; has original paper book jacket; toned; 10 1/4" x 7 1/2"; 11 1/4" x 9", VG-EX  Est.100-200
273  WRIGHT - ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVE FOR BEGINNERS, 1896-Wright, F. A., Architect; "Architectural Perspective for Beginners, 4th Edition"; New York; William T. Comstock, 1896; copyright by F. A. Wright 1885; (11) plates of practical examples; cover has some corner roughness; interior binding a bit loose; few edge tears on frontispiece; toned; 14" x 11", G-VG  Est.50-100
274  ENGINEER AND MACHINIST ASSISTANT-BLACKIE & SON-Engineer and Machinist's Assistant - Series of Plans, Sections and Elevations of stationary, Marine and Locomotive Engines, Water Wheels, Spinning Machines, Tools, Etc.; Blackie & Son; London, 1850; leather spine and corners on cover show wear; interior binding is beginning to pull away; pages toned; 14 1/2" x 10 1/2", E  Est.100-200
275  TREDGOLD-ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF CARPENTRY, 1847-Tredgold, Thomas (civil engineer); "Elementary Principles of Carpentry"; Phila. 1847; Jesper Harding; (22) engravings, wood cuts and tables; leather spine and corners on cover; cover has roughness; interior binding pulling away; pages toned with foxing; one page with engravings has come loose; 11 1/4" x 9 1/4", F-G  Est.100-200
276  ELLSWORTH - THE ENSIGN-BICKFORD CENTENNIAL-Ellsworth, John E., "The Ensign-Bickford Centennial - Record of 100 Years of Achievement 1836-1936"; copyright 1936; Ensign-Bickford Co.; limited to 125 copies; Lakeside Press; signed by author; minor toning; 11 1/4" x 8 1/2", VG-EX  Est.100-200
277  SOCIETY OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURES & MARINE ENGINEERS, (2) VOLS.-"Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers:  Transactions; Volume 53, 1945; NY, 1946; photos, diagrams and charts; water stain on back of binding; G+; Volume 55, 1947, NY:  1948; first edition; one corner with wear and a few minor spots; illustrations; light stain to heel of book; ovverall condition, mnor foxing and toning; 11" x 8 1/2", VG-EX  Est.25-50
278  TREDGOLD-ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF CARPENTRY, 1828-Tredgold, Thomas (civil engineer); "Elementary Principles of Carpentry"; 2nd Edition; London:  Printed for J Taylor,1828; Oxford:  printed by T. Bartlett; front cover says "James Herron", perhaps the original owner's name?; spine has had restoration; cover edges rough; leather scuffed, interior binding has been reinforced; foxing and toning; some staining and creases; writing on first page; all (22) engravings remain; 10 3/4" x 8 1/2", F  Est.75-150
279  APPLETON'S CYCLOPAEDIA OF APPLIED MECHANICS (2) VOLS.-Appleton's Cyclpaedia of Applied Mechanics - NY; D. Appleton and Co, 1880; "Dictionary for Mechanical Engineering and Mechanical Arts"; Illustrated with nearly 5000 engravings; copyright 1878; cover edge roughness; some scuffs; interior pages pulling at binding but all intact; cover on Vol. II beginning to tear at spine; pages toned; occassional edge tear/crease; 10 1/2" x 7 1/2", G  Est.50-100
280  (4) BOOKS RELATING TO STEEL / METAL MANUFACTURING-(1) Catalog:  Crucible Steel Co. of America; Sanderson Brothers Works, Syracuse, NY, 1918; cover has spots, soiling; edge and corner wear; creasing; inside minor foxing, edge tears; (1) "The Treatment of Steel - A Series of Circulars on Heating, Annealing, Forging and Tempering"  Issued by Crescent Steel Works, Pittsburgh; Miller, Metcalf & Parking, 1881; binding pulling, pages toned, minor creasing, cover scuffed with spotting, edge and corner wear; (1) Tiemann, Hugh P.; "Iron and Steel - A Pocket Encyclopedia"; McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc., NY - London 1919; cover edge and corner wear; pages toned and writing on 2nd page; largest 6 3/4" x 5", G-VG  Est.30-60
281  PRIME - THE LIFE OF SAMUEL F B MORSE-Prime, Samuel; "The Life of Samuel F. B. Morse, L. L. D. Inventor of the Electro-Magnetic Recording Telegraph"; NY:  D. Appleton and Co., 1875; cover has edge, corner and spine wear; bookplate, writing on first few pages; pages toned with foxing; 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-100
282  (4) BOOKS ON METALS:  BRASS, IRON, ETC.-(1) Lathrop, William G.; "The Brass Industryu in the United States"; copyright 1926; Mount Carmel, Conn.; revised edition; brass cover with brass plate on inside cover; (1) Larkin, James; "The Practical Brass and Iron Founders Guide:  A Concise Treatise on Brass Founding, Moulding, the Metals and their Alloys, etc."  Phila:  Henry Carey Baird & Co., 1883, 5th edition; (1) Sisson, Chas. W.; "The A B C of Iron"; Louisville, KY:  press of Courier-Journal Job Printing Co. 1893; (1) Kirk,  Edward; "The Founding of Metals"; New York:  David Williams 1878, third edition; 21 illustrations; cover edges and corners have wear; minor tears, creasing, soiling, etc.; pages toned; binding pulling slightly on one book; largest 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-100
283  (3) STEAM ENGINE BOOKS-(1) Thurston, Robert H.; "A History of the Steam Engine" (The International Scientific Series); 2nd revised edition; NY:  Appleton and Co., 1886; illustrations; cover has minor edge and corner tear, pages toned; some stamps on first few pages; (1) Jamieson, Andrew; "A Text Book on Steam and Steam Engines"; London:  Charles Griffin and Co.; 1886; Diagrams, fold-outs and illustrations; cover has minor edge and corner wear; pages toned; minor foxing; writing on frontisepage; (1) Rankine, William; "A Manual of the Steam Engine and other Prime Movers"; London:  Charles Griffin & Co. Ltd. 1908; cover has edge and corner roughness; spots soiling; interior binding weakening; some writing and stamp inside; pages toned; minor tears, creasing; largest 7 3/4" x 6", G-VG  Est.40-80
284  (5) PATTERN MAKING / MACHINIST BOOKS-(1) Turner and Town; "Pattern Making", first edition - first thousand; NY:  John Wiley and Sons, Inc., London:  Chapman & Hall Limited; 1914; (2) editions - Rose, Joshua, M. E.; "The Pattern Maker's Assistant"; NY:  D. Van Nostrand, Co.; London:  E & FN. Spon, Ltd. 1)-1905, 1)-1900, copyright 1877 - Stereotyped and printed by the National Printing Co.; (1) Dingey, P. S., "Machinery Pattern Making", 2nd edition, NY:  John Wiley & Sons, 1894; (1) Willard, G. H., "Pattern Making", Chicago:  Popular Mechanics Co. Publishers, 1910; H H Windsor; overall covers have some minor corner and edge wear; pages toned; some foxing; occasional marks and spots; largest 8" x 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.30-60
285  (2) VOLS.  - ROSE - MODERN MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE, 1892-(2) Vols.; Rose, Joshua; "Modern Machine-Shop Practic", 2nd edition; New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892; nearly 4000 engravings; covers are very rough with spines breaking; interior pages are toned with mild foxing; random smudges, occasional marks; 13 1/2" x 10 1/2", F-G  Est.40-60
286  (2) AMERICAN MACHINIST BOOKS, 1885-1886-(1) Vol. 8 - No. 1; NY, Jan. 3, 1885, American Machinist Publishing Co.; (1) Vol. 9 - No. 1, NY, January 2, 1886; both covers are very rough; spines breaking; interior pages have some creasing; toned and minor foxing; majority of pages is in excellent condition and still held together at binding; occasional spots and marks; 15 1/4" x 11 1/2", F-G  Est.30-60
287  STOCK, WILLIAM T., (2) BOOKS ON CARPENTRY-(1) "Practical Carpentry, Joinery and Cabinet-Making; being a New and Complete System of Lines for the Use of Workmen; Founded on Accurate Geometrical and Mechanical Principles, with their Application in Carpentry-To Roofs, Domes, Centring, &c; In Joinery, -To Stairs, Hand-Rails, Soffits, Niches, &c; and In Cabinet-Making,-To Furniture, both Plain and Ornamental; fully and Clearly Explained; London:  Thomas Kelly, No. 17, Paternoster Row.  1837; toning, foxing and waterstains throughout; binding intact but spine losses; (1) "Practical Carpentry"; clearly a companion piece to the prior book, filled with engravings, drawings, diagrams and samples of various carpentry principles and elements; binding broken, covers detached, spine missing; many waterstains, toning, spotting, etc.; 10 3/4" x 8 3/4"; P-F  Est.20-40
288  THE TRACTION ENGINE, MAGGARD, 1898-Maggard, James H.; "A Book of Instructions for Operators of Farm Engines - The Traction Engine Its Use and Abuse"; revised and enlarged edition; Philadelphia:  David McKay, Publisher; 1898; withdrawn from Scientific Library United States Patent Office; fly leaf page detached; binding loose; includes several engravings/diagrams; cover features gilt engraved image of engine; spine retains library tag; 6 1/4" x 4 3/4", G-VG  Est.10-20
289  ADRIANCE MACHINE WORKS - CATALOG 1909-"Presses, Dies, Tools and Special Machinery for Working Sheet Metal Wire and Paper Built By Adriance Machine Works"; Borough of Brooklyn, New York 1909; Benj. Adriance, Proprietor; many images of machinery and specifications; fancy embossed cover with gilded lettering; "double seaming machine" section detached, yet present; 7 5/8" x 5 3/8", VG  Est.10-20
290  (3) BOOKS ON STEAMBOAT ENGINEERING & NAVIGATION-Includes:   (1) Preble, Geo. Henry; "A Chronological History o f the Origin and Development of Steam Navigation 1543-1882"; Philadelphia, L. R. Hamersly & Co., 1883; likely first edition; signature and date on front paste down; (1) Dayton, Fred Erving; "Steamboat Days", Illus. by John  Wolcott Adams; New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company; 1925; some separation at frontispiece; handwriting on front fly leaf; stain/discoloration to spine; (1) Main, Thomas J. and Brown, Thomas; "The Marine Steam-Engine"; from the fourth London Edition; Philadelphia:  Henry Carey Baird; 1865; interior pages heavily spotted; many diagrams and formulas; all roughly 9"x 6", overall G-VG  Est.20-40
291  (4) VOLS. CYCLOPEDIA OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING, 1909-"Cyclopedia of Automobile Engineering - A General Reference Work on the Construction, Operation, and Care of Gasoline, Steam and Electric Motor-Cars, Instruction in Driving, Gas and Oil Engines, Storage Batteries, Electric Motors, Steam Boilers and Engines, Machine Shop Work, etc.; illustrated with over (2000) engravings; Chicago, American Techinical Society, 1909; red cloth boards with red leather spines; marbled paste boards; volume 1: gas engines, gas producers, thermodynamics mechanism; volume 2:  electricity, motors, storage batteries, volume 3:  automobile construction, operation, repairs; volume 4:  steam engines, valve gears, boilers, index; binding weak in volume 3; age appropriate wear to spines and covers; 9 3/4"x 6 3/4", G  Est.40-60
292  BUCKINGHAM-MANUAL OF GEAR DESIGN, (3) VOLS. 1935-Buckingham, Earle; "Manual of Gear Design" (3) Volume set; Approved by the American Gear Manufacturer's Association; published by Machinery, NY; section one, "Mathematical Tables":  Eight place tables of angular functions in degrees and hundredths of a degree and tables of involute functions, radians, gear ratios and factors of numbers; section two, "Spur and Internal  Gears": standards, formulas, and tables for the design of spur and internal gearing; section three, "Helical and Spiral Gears":  standards, formulas and tables for designing helical gears for parallel-shaft drives and spiral gears for non-parallel non-intersecting shafts; all ex-library, with Franklin Institute Philadelphia book plate and impressed (punched) stamp on title page; printed in a "hand-written" style of lettering; remarkable condition; 11 1/8" x 8 5/8", EX  Est.20-40
293  APPLETON'S DICTIONARY OF MECHANICS - 2 VOLS.-"Appleton's Dictionary of Machines Mechanics, Engine-Work and Engineering"; illustrated with (4000) wood engravings; in two volumes; New York:  Appleton and Company 1866; second edition; leather spine; marbled paste boards and fore edge; cover loose on vol. 1, cover detached vol. 2; heavy wear and losses to spine; bindings and pages loose; 10 1/4" x 7", F  Est.20-40
294  MACHINERY'S ENCYCLOPEDIA,  (7) VOLS. 1917-Compiled and edited by Erik Oberg and Franklin D. Jones; "Machinery's Encyclopedia a work of reference coverig practical mathematics and mechanics, machine design, machine construction and operation, electrical, gas, hydraulic, and steam power machinery, metallurgy, and kindred subjects in the engineering field; First Printing tenth thousand; New York The Industrial Press, 1917; leather spine and corners; Six volumes of various subjects, seventh volume is the index; some spine wear; sticker adhered to spine of vol. 6; volume 5 leather spine cover torn 11" x 8", G-VG  Est.40-60
295  KNIGHT'S AMERICAN MECHANICAL DICTIONARY-Knight, Edward H.; "Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary - A Description of Tools, Instruments, Machines, Processes, and Engineering; History of Inventions; General Technological Vocabulary…" (3) volumes; Boston:  Houghton, Mifflin and Company; The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1884; together with "Knight's New American and Mechanical Dictionary", 1884; gilt lettering; cover corners have bumps and wear; many illustrations throughout; (3) Vols. of "American Mechanical Dictionary" cover A-Z; whereas the "New American Mechanical Dictionary" covers A-Z in one volume; 10 5/8" x 7 1/2"; overall VG+  Est.40-60
296  AMERICAN MECHANICS MAGAZINE VOL. 1 & 2, 1825-"American Mechanics' Magazine:  containing Useful Original Matter, on Subjects C onnected with Manufacturers, the Arts and Sciences:  as well as selections from the most Approved Domestic and Foreign Journals, Conducted by Associated Mechanics"; Vol 1 & 2; New York; publ. James V. Seaman, 1825; possibly rebound; pages are early and uneven; heavy foxing throughout; several illustrations; topics range from Bug Destroyers to blow pipes, hygrometers to steam engines; bookplate Ex-Bernon Library; 9 1/2" x 6", F-G  Est.25-50
297  REID "THE TELEGRAPH IN AMERICA…" 1879-Reid, James D.; "The Telegraph in America Its Founders Promotors and Noted Men"  In Memoriam of Samuel F. B. Morse and William Orton; N. Y. Derby Bros. 1879; cover edges and binding have some roughness; a few pages have minor edge tears and spotting; toning; 10" x 7", F-G  Est.50-100
298  (3) LATE 19TH CENTURY TELEPHONE RELATED BOOKS-(1) Hopkins, William J.; "The Telephone - Outlines of the Development of Transmitters and Receivers"; New York:  Longmans, Green and Co., London and Bombay, 1898; stamped inside; binding weakening; (1) Prescott, George B.; "The Speaking Telephone, Talking Phonograph and Other Novelties"; New York:  D. Appleton and Co, 1878; first edition; waterstains on interior cover and frontispage; (1) Allsop, F. C.; "Practical Electric Bell Fitting"; E. & F. N. Pon. New York and London, 1889; 150 illustrations, fold outs; covers have edge and corner wear; overall pages toned, incidental page tears, marks and creases; largest 8 1/2" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100
299  (3) TELEPHONE RELATED BOOKS-(1) Homans, James E.; "A B C of the Telephone"; Theo. Audel & Co. publishers, New York, 1901-1904, 2nd revised edition; binding weakening; (1) Lockwood, T. D. "Practical Information for the Telephonist", New York:  The W. J. Johnson Co., Ltd. Publishers; 1891; (1) Rhodes, Frederick Leland, "Beginnings of Telphony"; Harper & Brothers Publishers, NY and London, 1929, first edition; all books have toning, minor occasional spotting, creasing and marks; covers have minor edge and corner wear; largest 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.30-60
300  EARLY LAW - CONCERNING MORSE' TELEGRAPH FRENCH V. ROBERTS-"Circuit Court of the United States - eastern District Court of Pennsylvania - In Equity - Benjamin B. French, et al. Versus Henry J. Rogers, et als.; Bill, Answer, and Exhibits - 32.303; St. Geo. T. Campbell, Geo. Gifford, & Geo. Harding Esqs.; counsel for complainents, Wm. M. Meredith, R H Gillett, & P McCall, Esqs., counsel for respondents; Philadelphia:  United States Steam Power Book and Job Printing Office, Ledger Building.  September 1851"; ex-library copy, Mercantile Library Association of Baltimore No. 32.303; includes sworn testimony by Samuel Morse; diagrams; patent information, etc.; library-style binding and boards; 10" x 7 1/2", VG  Est.20-40
301  (4) SWARTCHILD & CO. WATCHMAKERS/JEWELERS CATALOGS-Soft cover, (1) 1932, B177; (1) 1935 B232; (2) 1951 B500, 1-with loss to cover; catalogs feature everything from trade signs, tools, watch parts, and more; bends and folds to paper covers; light soiling and staining to pages; page toning and minor losses; includes illustrations; 11 3/4" x 9 3/4", G  Est.20-40
302  (3) BABCOCK & WILCOX "STEAM" CATALOGS-Babcock & Wilcox Co.; "Steam - Its Generation and Use" Catalog; (1) 1893 - 27th Edition; 30 Cortland St. NY and Alley-Allen Press - NY 114 Newgate St., London; (1) 1897 - 29th Ed .3rd Issue; 29 Cortland St., NY and 147 Queen Victoria St. London; Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Mass (1) 1906, 34th Ed., 1st Issue - 85 Liberty St., NY and Oriel House, Farringdon St., London - Knickerbocker Press NY; embossed covers; overall excellent condition; 29th edition 3rd issue has torn frontal page; names written on first page of two books; minor edge and corner wear; 10 1/2" x 7 1/2", G-VG  Est.30-50
303  "HOW TO GENERATE STEAM ECONOMICALLY" CATALOG-Campbell & Zell, Co., Baltimore, MD; issued July 1894; "How To Generate Steam Economically" catalog; cover has edge roughness; corner wear, interior binding weakening; first page beginning to separate; title page stamped and highlighted; minor toning; 9 3/4" x 7", G  Est.20-40
304  LARGE LOT OF STEAM ENGINE/TOOL CATALOGS-Includes:  McIntosh Seymour & Co. Steam  Engines, 1901 (cover detached); Screwing Machines & Tools - Joshua Heap & Co., 1921, EX-Library copy with perforated stamp and bookplate; Niles Boring Mills, 1908, Ex-library copy with bookplate and perforated stamp; Wm. Sellers & Co. Shafting and Power Transmission, 1901, bookplate and perforated stamp; DeLaval Steam Turbines, 1913, spine wear and losses; "The Helical Gear", The Fellows Gear Shaper Co., first edition, 1919; Erie EngineWorks, 1888; Barnes Patent - Foot, Hand and Steam Power Machinery (Price List and Descriptive Catalog), 1885; The Foster Line - Foster Machine Co.; The Garvin Machine Co., Teuscher's Catalog, 1938; Westinghouse Gas Engines; Henry Pels & Co. - Punching & Shearing Machines, 1902; cover has repaired tear; Gridley Automatic Multiple Spindle Screw Machines - The National Acme Co., 1924; A Treatise on Milling and Milling Machines, 1897; Turbine Water Wheels, Robert Poole & Son Co. - Baltimore, MD; (3) Railway and Locomotive Engineering periodicals October 1906, January 1907, May 1907; condition varies - some bindings rough, ink marks and wear; overall G-VG  Est.30-50
305  CLEVELAND METAL WORKING TOOLS CATALOG #7-Cleveland Punch & Shear Works, Co.; Cleveland, Ohio; NY-Chicago-Phila-Pittsburgh; Stamped inside, July 31, 1924; bookplate inside:  Franklin Institute Library, Philadelphia; minor edge and corner roughness on cover; minor toning; 12 1/2" x 10", V G-EX  Est.25-50
306  FAIRBANKS COMPANY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF MADINE TOOLS-Fairbanks Company Illustrated Catalogue of Machine Tools - Wood working  machinery, etc. for manufacturing plants and machine shops - Catalogue #420; copyright 1907; Fairbanks Co.; Trow Press NY; photo images of all (15) Fairbanks locations; cover has some spotsw; spine somewhat rough and beginning to tear slightly; pages toned; 12" x 9 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50
307  (14) BROWN & SHARPE MACHINIST CATALOGS-Brown & Sharpe Machinery and Tools and Small Tools Catalogs; Providence Rhode Island USA Machinists' Fine  Tools; (1) 1895, 2nd edition for W. P. Walter's Sons, 1233 Market St. Phila; (1) 1911; (1) 1920 No. 28 for Reading Machine & Tool Co., 437 Washington St., Reading PA; (1) 1920, No 28 for Duncan Goodell Co, 404 Main St., Worcester, Mass; (1) 1926, No. 30; (1) 1929, No. 31; (1) 1935, No. 32 for ABC Hardware Stores, Inc. 5506 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, NY; (1) 1938, No 33 for W. S. Wilson Corp. Supplies, 123 Varick St., NY, NY; (1) 1941, No. 34; (1) 1935, No. 140; (1) 1935, No. 140 for Brown & Sharpe of NY, Inc., 20 Vesey St., NY, NY; (1) 1939, No. 141 for Brown & Sharpe of NY; (1) 1941, No. 142; (1) 1941, No. 142 for Brown & Sharpe Mfg., Co., Phila. PA; some toning; spots and wear overall; occasional marks or small tears; 6" x 4" - 7" x 5", G-VG  Est.150-300
308  (2) L.A. BENSON CO. INC. CATALOGS - BALTIMORE, MD-(2) L. A. Benson Co., Inc., Catalogs - Baltimore, MD (1) Tools and Mill Supplies - Catalogue B; copyright 1930 by R. R. Donnelley & Sons, Co.; (1) Mill, Railway and Machinist's Supplies, copyright 1923 by Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford, Co.; Catalogue "B"'s cover has rough edges and is somewhat soiled and spotty; pages toned; minor edge roughness on other cover; pages toed; 11" x 8", G-VG  Est.40-80
309  (14) STARRETT TOOL CATALOGS, ETC.-Includes:  (1) "The Starrett Book for Machinists' Apprentices"; by Howard Fairfield and Carl S. Dow; 1915; (1) Starrett Tools, Catalog No. 19, paper cover; name written in upper left corner of title page and dated 1911; (1) Starrett Tools, Catalog No. 22 (written in pencil 1920-22); paper cover; includes suppliment and errata insert; "The L. S. Starrett Company - World's Greatest Tool Makers..." Catalog No. 23, dated 1924, paper cover; cover faded; (2) Starrett Tools Catalog No. 24, copyright 1927, paper cover;  1-with worn/faded cover, wear and pencil writing on interior; (1) Starrett Tools - Revised Edition Catalog No. 25 and Supplement, paper cover, waterstain to top edge; (1) Starrett "Fine Mechanical Tools" Catalog No. 25 with "50th Anniversary..." paper cover; (1) Starrett "Fine Mechanical Tools" Catalog No. 25 with "50th Anniversary..." hardcover, embossed, personalized; interior pocket retains trade terms and discounts leaflet; (5) Starrett "Precision Tools, Steel Tapes, Dial Indicators, Hacksaws" Catalog No. 26; copyright 1938, paper cover; 1-Carlisle Hardware Company, 1-York Machinery & Supply, 1-Standard Shannon Supply Company; 3-have faded covers; (1) Starrett General Catalog No. 27, first edition catalog with 75th Anniversary logo on cover; condition varies; largest 7 5/8" x 5 1/4", F-VG  Est.20-40
310  (2) E. W. BLISS CO. MACHINERY CATALOGS-(2) E. W. Bliss Co., Machinery Catalogs; (1) Presses, Dies, and Special Machinery for working sheet metal; Brooklyn, NY; Jan. 1889; Lockwood Press; 8th edition; cover is soft cover; (1) Presses, Drop Hammers, Shears, Dies and Special Machinery; E. W. Bliss Co., comprisig also the Stiles & Parker Press Co.; Brooklyn NY, 1897; both covers have edge and corner roughness; pages toned;  minor smudges; 7 1/2" x 5", G-VG  Est.25-50
311  LARGE LOT OF TOOL CATALOGS-Includes:  The Cataract Precision Bench Lathes and Attachments, 1907; National Tube Company Catalog; Bethlehem Steel "Steel in the Making", 1942; "The Hamilton-Corliss Engine" list of purchasers (rough); Gregg Hardware Company Machinist's Tools; Champion Blower & Forge Co., 1922; Vonnegut Machinery Co. sales catalog (lots of handwriting on cover, rough); Wells Bros. & Co. Screw Cutting Tools "Little Giant"; Edwin Harrington, Son & Co. Machine Tools; J. F. & John Barnes Company, 1895; Medart Ptent Pulley Co., 1902; Plomb Hand Forged Tools (made for binder), 1936; Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines, 1913; Crescent and Smith & Hemenway Tools, 1933; Greaves'Klusman Tool Catalog (Lathes), no date; large selection of Ferracute catalogs/flyers/handouts, 1940's; condition varies, overall G-VG  Est.40-60
312  MICROSCOPES AND ACCESSORIES CATALOG-BAUSCH & LOMB-Microscopes and Accessories Catalog A-16th Edition; Bausch & Lomb Optical  Co., Rochester, NY, 1900; The Genesee Press; Post Express Printing Co.; cover has some soiling and edge roughness; interior toned; minor stains; 10" x 7", G  Est.75-150
313  LEITZ-MICROSCOPES & ACCESSORY APPARATUS CATALOG-Leitz, Ernst; "Microscopes and Accessory Apparatus, Catalog No. 38"; Wetzlar, Germany, 1899; 'Highest Award World's Columbian Exhibition, Chicago, 1893'; cover has overall minor wear; interior cover pulling from binding but all pages are intact; minor toning; 9" x 6 1/4", G-VG  Est.100-200
314  CATALOG B 1923 MICROSCOPES AND OTHER APPARATUS FOR BIOLOGICAL LABORATORIES-Catalog B 1923 "Microscopes and other Apparatus for Biological Laboratories"; Cable Address Eimeramend New York; Aimer & Amend Third Avenue, 18th to 19th St. New York, NY; Pittsburgh Salesroom 8085 Jenkins Arcade; hardcover; several illustrations of apparatus; pencil and ink writing on flysheet; 10 3/4" x 8", VG  Est.20-40
315  (3) ZEISS MICROSCOPE CATALOGS - 1934 & 1927-Includes:  (1) "Microscopes and Accessories for the Miscroscope", Carl Zeiss, Inc. New York and Los Angeles, Cal.; 1927 edition; hard cover; illustrated, with prices; (1) Zeiss Microscopes and Accessories, 1934 Edition; (3-4) pages have cut out areas and losses; (1) Zeiss Microscopes and Accessories, 1934 Edition; price list taped into front of catalog; many illustrations and fold-outs; 10" x 7 1/4", G-VG  Est.40-60
316  LARGE LOT OF WATSON MICROSCOPE CATALOGS-Includes:  "The Book of the Watson Microscope", 1909; "Microscopes & Their Accessories, 1912-13; Microscopes and Their Accessories, Part 1. Student's Instruments, 1923; ex-library copy of "Microscopes Parts 1 & 2", 1926 (in library paper cover with Library of the Franklin Institute Stamp"; (2) Microscopes and Accessories, 33rd edition, 1928; 1-with taped spine and "University of Medical Physics; (2) "Objects for the Microscope", 36th edition, part 3;  "Microscopes and Accessories", parts 1 & 2 (one volume), 36th edition, no obvious date; "Microscopes and Accessories", 38th edition, part 1 & 2, 1946; lot also includes "The Microscope and Entomological Monthly, 1946 with Watson advert on cover; (23) issues of "Second Hand Microscopes and Accessories":  May '28, Oct. 28, May '29, Sept. '29, Jan. '30, May '30, Oct. '30, Jan '31, May '31, Oct. '31, Jan. '32, May '32, Oct. '32, Jan '33, May '33, Jan. '34, May '34, Oct. '34, Jan '35, (2) May '35, Jan '36, May '37; lot also includes several photocopied catalogs (for reference purposes); condition varies but overall G-VG  Est.40-60
317  SELECTION OF ZEISS MICROSCOPE CATALOGS & RELATED-Includes:  "Optischen Werkstaette", cat. #26, 1883 (cover tears, cover detached, rough); "Microscopes and Accessories for the Microscope", 1924; (hardcover) Microscopes and Accessories for the Microscope, 1927; The Use and Care of Your Carl Zeiss Jena Microscope, 1929; ex-library copy "The Use andCare of Your Carl Zeiss Jena Microscope", 1931 (outer boards chewed up, taped into library produced cover, embossed library stamp; "Zeiss Introduction to Optical Principles of Microscopy and Photomicrography in Incident Light"; "Zeiss Illuminating Apparatus and Condensers for Microscopes"; Zeiss Objectives and Eyepieces for Microscopy and Photomicrography Miscellaneous Auxiliaries and Accessories, 1937; Zeiss Luminescence Microscope; Carl Zeiss Instruments for Polarizing Micrscopy; Zeiss Optical Systems for the Microscope, 1967; condition varies, overall G-VG  Est.20-40
318  SELECTION OF SPENCER & LEITZ MICROSCOPE CATALOGS-Includes:  Spencer's New Microscope Stand, Continental Form No. 1, No. 2, No. 3; (exceptionally worn); "How to Use and Care for the Microscope" pamphlet; Spencer Inclinocular Universal Binocular Microscopes, circa 1920's; Spencer Stereoscopic Microscopes; Accessories for Spencer Instruments, 1937; Spencer Lens Company, 1924 (spine losses); "The Microscope Its Mechanical and Optical Construction", E. Leitz Inc. NY; The Microscope and its Application, Ernst Leitz Wetzlar, 1929; Leitz Microscopes, Microtomes and Accessories; Photo-Micrographic and Projection Apparatus; Colorimeters and Binocular Field Glasses for Educational Institutions, circa 1920's; Leitz Ring Illuminator pamphlet, ex-Library copy, 1934, in Library sleeve; Leitz Ultropak brochure, 1939, (rough, ink writing); Leitz Manual on the Use of the Microtome, 3rd edition; Leitz Microscopes and Accessories Dissecting Microscopes, etc., 1927, (hole punched, retains price sheets, etc.); Leitz Binocular Prism Magnifiers and Microscopes with Wide Field of View, 1938; a variety of Leitz pamphlets, etc.; condition varies  Est.20-40
319  BAUSCH & LOMB MICROSCOPE & OPTICAL CATALOGS & RELATED-Includes (2) Issues "The Microscope", October 1886 (rear cover detached) and January 1887, both with Bausch & Lomb advertisments; Balopticons and Accessories, no date; Microscope and Accessories, 1935; New Bausch & Lomb Microscopes pamphlet, ex-Library in library sleeve and ink stamp, circa 1911-12; Manipulation of the Microscope, Edward Bausch, binding broken, 1885; Microscopes and Accessories, Catalog A, 1906; (paper loss lower left corner); Motion Pictures of Micro Organisms, 1930; Dark Field Optical Systems, 1934; Photomicrographic Equipment, Micro Projectors; Bausch & Lomb Engineering Instruments, 1912; Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. Microscopes, Microtomes, Photo Micrographic and Laboratory Apparatus; fifteenth edition, 1897; "Use and Care of the Microscope", 1907; Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. Projection Apparatus, 1918; retains price sheet; Projection Apparatus, 1920; Microscope Catalogue, 1889; ex-library copy "Microscopes" catalog, 1908, in library cover sleeve; ink writing; Bausch & Lomb Dynoptic Microscopes pamphlet, ex-library copy, in sleeve, with Franklin Library ink stamp; Catalog D-119 Microscope Illuminators, 1952; "Magnifyers and Readers" ex-library pamphlet, 1920's, in library cover sleeve, ink stamp and writing; the Spectrum Measuring Microscope, ex-library copy in cover sleeve with ink stamp, etc.; Reithmeier, Gordon P.; "Microscopes by Bausch & Lomb Optical Co Rochester, N. Y., 1876-1896"; ; includes several pamphlets, etc.; condition varies  Est.30-50
320  CATALOGS & PAMPHELTS RELATING TO ENGINEERING, LAMPS, PUMPS, ETC.-Includes:  'No. 3' "Work Done" Westinghouse Church Kerr & Company, Engineers; , ex-Lehigh University library; binding re-glued; (1) "History of the Cast Iron Pressure Pipe Industry in the United States of America", Henry Jeffers Noble; A Newcomen Address, 1940; (1) "Solex Carbuetors - Tune Adjust Repair Rebuild", for Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Citroen, Colt, Fiat, Lancia, Mercedes, Opel, Peugot, Porsche, Renault, Saab, Simca, Volkswagen; 1973;(1) TheMethods of Testing Steam Engines with a Description of the Trials for Blake's Patent Circulating Pumps" on the USS Tennssee, by Geo. P. Hunt, PA Eng. US Navy; 1874; ex-JHU library; (paper cover a bit tattered); (1) "Operator's Manual for Luminous Arc Lamp System", General Electric Company; Schenectady, NY, July 1920; (1) "Power Belt Ratings Under Unusual Operating Conditions", Roy C Moore, ME; No 6 of a Series; compliments of Chas. A. Schieren Company; likely circa 1920's ;(1) Simpson Operator's Manual Model 260 Volt-Ohm Milliammeter; (1) Monroe Calculating Machine; copyright 1915; (1) Instructions for the Application and Care of Jefferson Luminous Tube Transformers; (1) "The Use of the Barometer for the Determination of Heights", Dominion of New Zealand; 2nd edition, 1922, Ex-Library copy; (1) Methuen's Monographs on Physical Subjects 'the Cyclotron'; W. B. Mann, 2nd edition, 1945; Ex-Westinghouse library; (hard cover); conditions vary, mostly soft cover; some edge and use wear; lettering, etc.;    Est.30-50
321  MILLING & DESIGN RELATED CATALOGS/PAMPHLETS-Includes:  (1) "How to Run a Lathe", Volume 1, Edition 43, embossed cover, South Bend Lathe Works, 1944; (1) "First Year Lathe Work", 1917; South Bend Lathe Works; (1) "Thermit Mill & Foundry Practice", splits to spine; 1920; (1) "Milling Cutters and Milling", Second Edition; National Twist Drill and Tool Co., fold to front cover; (1) "Special Catalogue Tinsmiths, Coppersmiths, Zinc workers and Like machines", no date, many illustrations; (1) "Technical Treatise on Milling and Milling Machines", Brown & Sharpe Mfg, Co.; 1920 edition; (1) "Universal Dictionary Mechanical Drawing"; Follows, George; first edition, second thousand; McGraw Hill Book Co.; 1906; condition varies, overall G+  Est.40-60
322  CATALOGS PERTAINING TO CEMENT, METALS, ELECTRICITY, CHEMICALS, ETC. (17)-Subjects include:  watches and clocks, rope, steel production, art metal, concrete and cement, Singer Sewing Machines, gears and mechanics, etc.; pamphlets Include:  (1) "Electricity Up to Date for Light, Power and Traction" by John B. Verity; F. Warne & Co., NY; tears and losses to flyleaves; loss to margin, back cover; includes tipped-in map; (1) Magnets & Magnetism Simply Explained; Alfred W. Marshall; Model Library Series No 34, 1910; (1) "Genius Rewarded or the Story of the Sewing Machine", New York:  John J. Caulo, Book and Job Printers; 1880; Singer Sewing Machine brochure; (1) "The Story of Rope - The History and Modern Development of Rope Making", Plymouth Cordage Company, North Plymouth, Mass... 1925; retains several Plymouth Rope flyers, inside; (1) "Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the Promotion fo the Mechanic Arts Devoted to Mechanical and Physical Science, Civil Engineering, the Arts and Manufactures...", Vol. 70, No. 420, third series Vol. XL December 1860, No. 6; (1) "Pirsson's Series of Mechanical Tracts No.1 - "Practical Treatise on the Teeth of Gear Wheels:"  by Professor r. Willis, MA; New York:  1849; (1) "The Electric Watch Repair Manual" by Henry B. Fried; B Jadow & Sons, Inc., 1965; (1) "The Watch that Made the Dollar Famous - Encyclopedia of Dollar Watches" by George E. Townsend; 1974; (1) Lehigh Cement "Concrete for Town and Country", copyright 1922; (1) "The Story of Steel", The United States Steel Corporation, Bureau of Safety Sanitation and Welfare; Third Edition 1921; (1) Manual for Overhaul, Repair and Handling of U S Navy Mechanical, Boat and Deck Clocks - Seth Thomas Type with Parts Catalog; Contract NObs-47863; Navy Department, April 1953; (1) "Transmission of Power by Ropes"; William Kenyon & Sons, Ltd., Dakinfield; ex-Franklin Institute Library; 1917 edition; (hardcover); (1) "The Constitution of Hydraulic Cements" by Spencer B. Newberry and W. B. Newberry; 1897; from the press of the Cement and Engineering News, Chicago; (1) "The Chemical Foundation Incorporated", Palmer, A. Mitchell and Francis P Garvin; New York:  the de Vinne Press, 1919; (1) "Arts and Crafts in Metal"; Catalogue Number 10; Tools and Material - Chandler and Barber; Boston Mass.:  circa 1910; (1) "Data Concerning Platinum"; Baker & Co., Inc., Newark New Jersey; fourteenth edition; 1921; (1) "Houghton's Liquid Baths for the Heat Treatment of Steel"; by the Houghton Research Staff; first edition; illustrated; Philadelphia:  E. F. Houghton & Company, 1926; most with paper covers except where noted; some wear to covers; some light pencil writing; overall, most in G-VG+ condition; size varies  Est.40-60
323  HANDBOOKS RELATED TO MECHANICS, PATENTS, and MATHEMATICS-Approximately( 11 ); Includes; (1) "Engineers and Mechanics' Pocket-Book, fourth edition, 1847; Haswell, Chas.; in leatherette fold-over case; many tables and diagrams; (1) "Carpenter's Pocket Companion", 1888, Moloney, Thomas; (1) Queen & Co., "Pocket Edition Catalogue of Mathematical and Engineering Instruments and Materials"; 1902; bug damage to flyleaf pages and title page, corner loss to covers; (1) "Hand Book Spencer Otis Co. Track Supply Dept.", Chicago, Illinois, 1913; cover detached; pencil writing; (1) "Weale's Rudimentary Series 114 Machinery", embossed cover; London, Virtue & Co., 1868; (1) "Weal's Rudimentary Series 158 The Slide Rule"; embossed cover; London, Virtue & Co.; 1868; with attached slide rule; (1) Vol. 32 "Treatise on Mathematical Insturments"; Heather, J. F.; 1856; front cover detached; (1) "The Mechanics Coomplete Library of Modern Rules, Facts, Processes &C for the Engineer, Artisan, Electrician, Etc., Glossery of Technical Terms"; leather cover; 1892; loss at spine, bindings weak; compiled by Thomas Edision and Chas. Westinghouse; leather bound; (1) "Patent-Sense for Inventors and Manufacturers", R. S & A B. Lacey; 1906; (1) "Rules of Practice in the United States Patent Office, Revised July 1, 1891"; togehter with letter from Department of the Interior, 1892; large fold-out figure; (1) Popular Mechanics Shop Notes; bug damage to flyleaf and several additional pages, 1934, Vol. 30; puncture in lower left corner; conditions vary  Est.20-40
324  HANDBOOKS/PAMPHLETS REGARDING ENGINEERING, FINANCE, & RELATED (13)-Includes:  (1) leather-covered hard cover, "The Banker's Sure Guide or, Monied Man's Assistant", S. Thomas; seventh edition; London, 1798; leather nearly completely worn off; covers very loose; ink lettering; toning and foxing; (1) "Mechanics' Pocket Memoranda", International Correspondence Schools, 7th edition, 1900; (1) Van Nostrand's Science Series No. 20, "Bridge and Tunnel Centres" by McMaster, John B.; 2nd Edition; NY:  1893; (1) Van Nostrand's Science Series, No. 57 "Incandescent Electric Lighting...", by L. H. Latimer; NY:  1890; (1) "The Artist's and Mechanic's Repository, and working Man's Informant; embracing Chemistry, Abstracts of electricity, Galvanism, Magnetism, Mechanics, Pneumatics, Optics and Astronomy, also Mechanical Exercises in Iron, Steel, Lead, Zinc, Copper, and Tin Soldering with a Description of the lide rule..." Pilkington, James, 2nd edition; Philadelphia:  J .M Brown, 1839; heavy foxing, discoloration; binding weak; (1) "Pneumatics for the Use of Beginners" Tomlinson, Charles; 2nd edition with additions; 1852; covers detached, binding loose, pages loose; (1) ex-library bound copy of two pamphlets, "Treatise on the art of balancing the rotating parts of machinery...", 1881; "Relation Between the Initial Tension & Power Transmitted by a Belt", 1899, F. L. Emory; ex-Franklin Library with perforated stamp and paper stamp; (1) "Practical Points for Stationary, Locomotive and Marine Engineers, Fireman, Electricians, Motormen and Machinists", illustrated, by John S. Farnum; fifteenth thousand; 1895; binding weak, hardcover; (1) "Engineers' Handbook" or "Useful Information for Practical Men" compiled for E I DuPont De Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington DE - 1908; (1) "Methods for Teaching Mental Arithmetic and Key to the Normal Mental Arithmetic", Brooks, Edward; Philadelphia:  Sower, Barnes & Co., 1860; (1) Handbook for Apprenticed Machinists", Brown & Sharpe, 1901; (1) A Treatise on Machine Belting, including A Table of the Relative Value..."; second edition; Hoyt Bros., rear cover missing; no date; (1) Weale's Rudimentary Series No 23 "Smithy & Forge", Crosby Lockwood  Co., London, 1885; condition varies; largest 8 1/4"  x 5"  Est.20-40
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328  (6) LATHE/PLANE/MACHINE CATALOGS-(1) 1903 Illustrated catalog of Lathe Drills, Key Seaters - W. P. Davis Machine Co., Rochester NY; (1) Cincinnati Planers - Catalog No. 10; few pages loose, pencil writing; (1) Henry Milnes, Ingleby Lathe Works - Bradford England, Catalog 9, January 1922 Lathes Accessories & Planing Machines; (1) Henry Milnes, Inglebay Lathe Works, Bradford Englan - Accessories for Lathes - Catalog 9, Jan. 1922; (1) 1896 Rivett Lathes, Fanevil Watch Tool Co.; (1) Rivett Precision Tools Lathes, Catalog No. 27, Boston Mass.; condition varies  Est.20-40
329  CAST IRON BOOK PRESS-Minor rusting in areas; no labels or numbers; H-17", G  Est.100-200
330  BLACK LACQUER HAND PAINTED  STEREOVIEWER-Folding stereoviewer, painted black lacquer with floral decoration; (1) large lens and two smaller lenses; wood "rings" around lenses are split and need gluing; very minor paint rubs and losses, primarily to floral decoration; L-10 3/4", VG  Est.50-75
331  KEYSTONE No. 36 EYE COMFORT STEREOSCOPE with BOX-"with the ALPHA-BASE OUT Unit of Slides For the development of Skillfull and Comfortable Vision…"; includes original foil covered box, interior box for slides; retains (12) slides, and instructional booklet; very clean and hardly used; EX+  Est.40-60
332  STEREOSCOPE VERASCOPE RICHARD-Mahogany construction with nickel plated fittings; label reads, "Stereoscope Brevete E G T G vues prises avec le Verascope Richard"; made for viewing stereoscope images; has focus knob on side; L-5 5/8" (including knob); VG-EX  Est.50-100
333  STEREOSCOPE VERASCOPE RICHARD-Mahogany construction; simple design with two wood rimmed viewing lenses, large crack in one viewing lens-surround; no focus; label reads, "Stereoscope Brevete S. G. D. G. vues prises avec le Verascope Richard"; wood has glossy finish with some rubs to surface, L-5 1/4", G  Est.20-40
334  STEREOSCOPE VIEWER-Light wood construction with metal and plastic mountings; branded (indistinctly) in oval "76 Stereoscopes - Paris 3"; has focus knob on side; L-5 1/4", VG+  Est.30-50
335  KEYSTONE NO. 40 EYE COMFORT STEREOSCOPE-Wood (mahogany?) construction with painted metal eye shield; adjustable for comfort and focus; various card holder positions clearly labeled; scratches to finish of eye shield, light dents to metal shield; L-15 1/2", G+  Est.30-50
336  STEREOSCOPE VIEWER-Painted wood with painted metal eyeshield, painted scale along length of device to determine placement of card holder; some paint loss to metal fittings, edges of eye shield; L-15 1/2", EX+  Est.20-40
337  STEREOPTICAN PARTS AND PIECES (2)-Includes:  stereoviewer pieces - tin embossed eye shield, wood and metal scale/lens surround; wood handle, wood and metal card holder, hardware and assorted pieces; together with partial "Unis France" stereoviewer - missing (1) lens and bezel; other lens and bezel present but unattached; some assembly required  Est.20-40
338  TABLE-TOP FOLDING WOOD  STEREOSCOPE-Folding stereoviewer, two small lenses, and one large round magnifying lens; surface has pierced metal ornaments in corners and central plate (not engraved); some wear to finish on front surface, cracks in bezel of largest  lens, due to shrinkage; appears complete; no maker name; L-8 3/4", VG  Est.100-200
339  (4) CIVIL WAR STEREOVIEW CARDS-Includes:  (1) "Photographic History - The War for the Union" card "War Views" James River Pontoon Bridge, opened for the passage of steamers; No. 2539; Pub. E & H. T. Anthony & Co.; (1) "1861 The War for the Union 1865" / "1861 Photographic War History 1865" #3679 Fort McAllister on the Ogechee River, Ga; pencil writing on reverse includes "Anthony Negative"; image light;  (1) "The War for the Union" /  "Photographic History", War Views Ditch and "Cheavaux de Frise" in front of the Union Fort Sedgwick, called by the Rebel soldiers 'Fort Hell'..."  No. 3215; published by E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.; on reverse in pencil "ex William C. Darrah Collection;   (1) "The War for the Union" /  "Photographic History", War Views - "Chevaux de frise, and breast works in the Union Fort Sedgwick, called by the Rebels 'Fort Hell'... " #3192; images somewhat faded, corners worn; overall G-VG  Est.20-40
340  BLACK AMERICANA STEREOVIEW CARDS (9)-Some comical:  (2) Underwood & Underwood, "De Breed am Small, but de Flabor am Delishus", 1898; "#64 Away Down Among 'de Cotton and de Coons', Louisiana, U.S.A."; (3) Strohmeyer & Wyman Publishers, "The Pastoral Visit", "How de Debble Does dey Make a Bicycle?", "Cotton is King, Plantation Scene, Georgia, U.S.A."; (1) America Illustrated  / Tropical Series "#12 Group of Natives"; (1) Barry Kelley & Chadwick Pub. "Making the Day Short in the Cotton Field, Charlotte, N.C."; (2) unknown pub. "Who Said Chicken?" and no captioned image; some cupping, fading; overall G-VG  Est.20-40
341  FAMOUS PEOPLE & DIGNATARIES STEREOVIEW CARDS (13)-Includes:  (1) Geo. W. Griffith, Pub., "#4371 Banquet to Honor Wm. Taft…Philadelphia Pa"; (2) (unknown pub.) featuring President Wilson, "Pres. Wilson leaving Parliament, Brussells", typed strip on back of card; "Pres. Wilson coming out of session of Peace Conference at Quai O'Orsay"; (2) (unknown pub.) "Conferring of Doctor Degrees from University of Cambridge to Gen. Pershing and other Generals and Admirals...." dated July 1919; (3) Underwood & Underwood Publishers, 1901, launching of Battleship Ohio, "Governor Nash and the Ohio delegation", "The newly christened Battleship 'Ohio' after leaving the 'ways'...", "Misi Helen Deshler getting ready to christen the Battleship 'Ohio,' San Francisco..."; (4) Underwood & Underwood Pub. Japanese Peace Envoys, 1905; "Count Witte & Baron Rosen excorted from New York...", #7749 "Baron Komura and Minister Takashira Japan's Peace Envoys...", "Count Witte, Russia's Peace Envoy, the Nation's guest on the Mayflower", "Mr. Hazard, Mr. Paine and Mr. Forman, representing the Press Association...on the Mayflower..."; cards are strongly cupped; (1) American Scenery, "#352 Reception of the Japanese Embassy at the Battery"; several cards have slight to moderate cupping; images overall clear with minor to moderate fading; G-VG  Est.20-40
342  PRESIDENT McKINLEY RELATED STEREOVIEW CARDS (7)-Includes:  (5) Underwood & Underwood Pub. "William McKinley, the Nation's President in the Cabinet Room…", 1900; "'Once foes, now friends forever' - Confederate Veterans, G.A.R. and Loyal Legions welcoming McKinley" 1901; "Mrs. McKinley in the Conservatory of the Executive Mansion...." 1900; "President McKinley and his eght chosen Advisors - Cabinet room," 1900; #26 "What a mighty power for good Is a United Nation..." 1901; (1) Keystone View Co., #2474 - The President and Mrs. McKinley; (1) M. H. Zahner, Publisher - "The Milburn House where President McKinley died...", (image light); light bowing to cards, most images have good contrast  Est.20-40
343  (4) NUDE / RISQUE STEREOVIEWS-No publishers/photographers noted, (1) card marked "Little Egypt", "1125" on reverse; (1) card appears "home made" with image adhered to cardstock; significant wear to edges and margins (apparently viewed quite often); F-G  Est.20-40
344  FAMOUS RESIDENCES STEREOVIEW CARDS (9) -includes:  (3) White House views:  (1) H. C. White Co. #8174 "State Dinner to Prince Henry, East room…", 1902 bend to upper left corner; (1) J. F. Jarvis Pub. "Red Room in President's Mansion, Washington D.C.", faded; (1) Webster & Alber, #1195 "White House from North east..."; (3) Keystone View Co. cards:  (1) #26343 "Paul Revere's Home, Boston, Mass"; (1) #3257 T "The Birthplace of Horace Greeley..."; #26319 "William Penn's House, Fairmount Park Philadelphia"; (1) Loeffler Thompkinsville Co. #290 "Rip Van Winkle House", light image; (1) American Stereoscopic Co. Langenhem Loud & Co., "Washington's Head Quarters", image very light, slightly indistinct; (1) Webster & Alber Pub., #2063 "Washington Headquarters, Newburgh, NY", light image; many cards bowed, overall G-VG  Est.20-40
345  UNUSUAL HORSE DRAWN & RELATED STEREOVIEW CARDS (4)-Includes:  (1) J. F. Jarvis Pub. "Van Buren Street, Chicago", copyright 1892, featuring horse drawn circus wagon parade; (1) (no publisher) image of railway car with horse riding in the rear; (1) Universal Series #2911 "Atlantic City, Goat Carriage on the Beach" - early beach scene with boardwalk; (1) E. A. Rowley Photographer, horse and carriage in front of pickett fence; some images light; some images bowed; overall G+  Est.20-40
346  (18) GREAT BALTIMORE FIRE STEREOVIEWS-(1) H. C. White,  Co., #10388 "Dismal ruins of the burned city on North St…"; (17) cards with no publisher and no captions; many if not all feature images of the Baltimore fire; some images light images uniformly slightly bowed; VG  Est.20-40
347  (9) LURAY CAVERNS STEREOVIEW CARDS-portion of a 28 card set, includes:  Castles on Rhine No. 1, Hanging Rock, Fish Market, Pluto's Chasm, Natural Bridge, Organ, Titania's Veil, rear view; Vegetable Garden, Wet Blanket, Cathedral; each card features listing of available cards in the set; images have good contrast; slightly over-exposed in the center of each card; overall G+  Est.20-40
348  VARIOUS WORLD EXPOSITION STEREOVIEW CARDS (26)-Includes:  Centennial Exposition, 1876, (1) Geo. Barker #1006 "The Centennial-Instantaneous View of Crowd"; "Centennial Views Phila 1876" cards:  (1) likely Machinery Hall, no caption; (1) "Feint and Tenderness - Memorial Hall"; (1) "Birth of Cupid - Memorial Hall"; (1) "Flying Time - Memorial Hall"; (1) "Ohio State Building"; (1) no publisher #746 "Agricultural Hall", (1) no publisher, no caption; (1)#702 Exterior Horticultural Hall; (1) no caption, Machinery Hall, another view; " (1) #496 Corliss engine, "Philadelphia 1876 / Centennial Exposition"; (1) William H. Rau, Photographer "Independence Chamber"; (11) Centennial Photographer Co. Philadelaphia cards - (1) caption barely visible, (1) Machinery Hall, (1) #496 Corliss Engine; (1) "..tanscept looking south"; (1) #1469 main building, West End; #702 Horticultural Hall; etc.  (1) C H. Graves, Pub., #7313 Paris Exhibition of 1900 - The Luminus Palace, under construction; (1)Griffith and Griffith, #11510 "Jefferson's Statue and Festival Hall, Louisana Purchase Exposition; (1) #14472 Pan American Exposition, B. W. Kilburn, 1901; "Awed by their Presence";  Est.20-40
349  COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION & CHICAGO WORLDS FAIR STEREOVIEW CARDS (15)- Columbian Exposition cards, B. W. Kilburn, Photographer - Publisher;  Include:  (1) #8110 Ostrich Eggs from Cape Colony, 1893; (1) #8561 "Esquimau Homes;  (1) #8484 "Ferris Wheel, Gem of Midway Plaisance," 1894; (1) #8250 "Grand display of fireworks, evening of July 4th"; (1) #8628 "The Glass Dress..."; (1) #8480 "The Wonder of the Age, Midway Plaisance..."; (1) #8339 "The Great Orange, California State Exhibit..."; (1) #7928 "From every land they come to the opening..."; (1) #8096 "Deere & Co. Exhibit, Agricultural Hall..."; (1) #8738 "Pennsylvania's Exhibit of Birds..."; (1) #8198 "Krupp's Great Exhibit of Guns..."; (1) #8145 "An Illinois farm scene..."; (1) #7944 "Load of Logs from State of Michigan..."; (2) Chicago World's Fair stereoview cards - (1) Strohmeyer & Wyman Pub. "Statue of the Republic..."; surface peeling (1) #8800 "Great is Administration and Great her Glory"; some fading  Est.20-40
350  NATURAL DISASTERS & CALAMITY STEREOVIEWS ( 23 )-Includes:  (1) H. C. White "…terrible ruins of St. Pierre, Martinique", 1902; (5) views of the Johnstown flood, faded images, (1) with acretion; #5239 "Mining for their Dead", #5217 "Iron Piled like Straws" both Kilburn images; #1001 "Stone Bridge and Washout"; "Bedford Street after the Flood; #5251 "Ruins of the Iron Works"; (1) Keystone view,  1900 #10985 "General View, Showing the Storm's Work at Galveston Texas;" (1) William M. Rau Pub. "Divers Coming up to Report.  Wreck of the U. S .Battleship 'Maine'", 1898; (3) views of San Francisco earthquake, 1906; (1) French "Vues au Stereoscope" "Collection Nouvelle J. F." featuring devastated building (no caption); (2) views of the Mill River Flood, Massachusetts 1874; (1) with light waterstain in top corner; (1) unlabelled card featuring flooded/devastated mill area, light lifting to edges of image; (1) Underwood & Underwood view #10498 "Hole in ruins where a woman was taken out alive after ten days, Messina Sicily", 1909; (1) William Rau image "Wreck of Engines at Conewaugh"; (1) Keystone view #16400 T "Impressive Magnificence of a Volcanic Eruption in Java.."; (3) cards S. V. Albee "The Railroad War at Pittsburgh July 21-22, 1877"; (1) William Rau image of a wreck, (caption indistinct); several images are faded and light; corners well worn; condition varies;   Est.40-60
351  CASED SET KEYSTONE VIEWS "YOSEMITE VALLEY" VOL. 1 (36)-[sample shown]in leatherette case with gilded lettering; sequentially numbered from 1-36; includes many rock and mountain formations; waterfalls; and scenic views; cards bowed  Est.20-40
352  CASED SET KEYSTONE VIEWS "WORLD WAR THROUGH THE STEREOSCOPE"-[sample shown] Appears to be Series 36 of the Keysone Stereographic Library; includes 36 cards; includes images of the dead and wounded, tanks, zeppelin wreckage, General Pershing; President Wilson, men in trenches, etc.; in fabric covered book-form case; included with a Keystone View Company ordering postcard; overall VG+  Est.50-75
353  EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY STEREOSCOPIC ANATOMY VOL. 2 & 3 -[sample shown]; in cases; Imperial Publishing Company; Cunningham & Waterston; (1) case:  Section II:  Abdominal Wall, Nos. 1 to 4; Abdominal Cavity Nos. 1 to 7; Abdominal Aorta no. 1; Inuinal Region Nos 1 to 6; Visera Nos. 1 to 21; Pelvis Nos. 1 to 8; Bladder, Nos. 1 to 3; missing:  abdominal viscera #8, abdominal aorta #1; abdominal cavity 1-3 and 6, 7; Section III:  Lower Limb, Abdomen and Pelvis; Missing:  abdominal cavity #8-10; cases have tears, labels have losses; each case retains "notes" section; overall VG  Est.50-100
354  WWI SERIES OF PAN CHRO SCOPE CARDS - #1-#48-[sample shown]; smaller scale stereoview cards; featuring wartime images and views; includes:  U. S. Battleships, "leveled" Belgian City, Italian "revolver" cannon, Red Cross dog rescue, trench warfare, armored airplanes, etc.; edge and corner wear; overall G-VG  Est.40-60
355  1907 PANAMA STEREOVIEW CARDS - (18)-H. C White, Co.; The "Perfec" Stereograph; #11545 "busy life among the market boats", center fold, tape repair; #11540 "amid lovely surroundings - ninth ward of Ancon Hospital; #11538 "Ancon and north end of Panama from Ancon Hill…"; #11532 "A picturesque thatched hut in a banana plantation"; #11525 Dining room of the Isthmian Canal Commission Hotel..."; #11521 "Looking north throught he great Cut from Contractor's Hill..", vertical fold, tape repair; #11516 Rudd life of the natives..."; #11514 "An up-to-date-laundry..."; #11513 "A banana plantation on the Chagres River..."; #11512 Chagres River, Gatun Island and village of Gatun..."; #11511 "Employees Quarters, built by the Government for operatives..."; #11510 "Where the locks are to be built..."; #11509 "Site of the proposed Gatun Dam..."; #11508 "The Simple Life - native washing dishes..."; #11507 "Negro women carrying coal at a penny a basket from lighter to steamer..."; #11506 "Pait Ave, from the point, Cristobal, Panama;" #11504 "Abandoned French scow and dredges in the harbor...."; cards bowed; fairly good contrast  Est.20-40
356  (29) STEREOVIEW CARDS - EGYPT ARCHAEOLOGY, MONUMENTS & VIEWS-(9) Keystone Views:  (1) #V9870 T "The Famous Colonnade of the Great Hpyostyle Hall…"; (1) #9812 "inudation of the Nile, Egypt"; #9866 T "A Mingling of Orient and Occident.."; #V17020 "the Suez Canal from an Ocean Liner…"; #9812 "inudation of the Nile"; (1) #17007 "The Palms of Memphis"; (1) #9788 "Mosque of Mohammad Ali..."; #9781 "The Sphinx, Gizeh..."; (2) #9788 "Mosque of Mohammad Ali (interior); #9863 "Tomb of Tut-Ankh Amen in the Valley of the Kings..."; (2) Strohtemeyer & Wyman, (1) #6 Ruins of the Temple, Sphinx and Great Pyramid; (1) #17 "The Kait Bey Mosque, Cairo..."; (13) Underwood & Underwood:  (2) no captions; (1) #19 "Looking up the N E Corner of the Great Pyramid...:; #17 "The great Pyramid of Gizeh...:; #43 "Damascus and its Gardens..."; (1) #14 "The Palm-fringed Nile..."; (1) #11 "The Road to the Pyramids..."; #25 "Kufu's sarcophaugs, broken by robbers..."; #89 "Philae, the "pearl of Egypt" the templed island; #2827 "Diorite Statue of King Khafre, builder"; (1) Underwood & Underwood, #89 "Philas, the Pearl of Egypt"; #57 "The famous colonnade of the great Hypostyle Hall: (1) Philae, "The Pearl of Egypt; (1) Griffith & Griffith; View of second pyramid from Great pyramid; (1) James M. Davis - 1898 B.W. Kilburn #12455 Guezirch Grotto, Cairo; (1) Fotografia Siani, pyramid; (1) no publisher, caption "Egypt - Thebes, Easterm portico of the memnonium, with ruins of the prostrate colossus; " come cards faded; some bowed, seriously; some with lack of contrast;   Est.30-60
357  (34) EDWARD WILSON PHOTOGRAPHER-SCENES OF THE ORIENT-Edward L Wilson, Phila.; "Scenes in the Orient"; each card with embossed "Wilson 1882 Copyright" disc; many captions too light/indistict to read; includes:  #1 "The Old Wreck-Suez"; #44 Wady…"; #87 Ras Sufsafeh from Rahah"; #436 "Married couple Ra Hotep and Lady Nefert-B.M."; #155 Shechem-Ground Keepers"; #159 "Shec hem-Samaritan Homes"; l#88 Bedouin Shepherdess"; #79 (handwritten) Chapel and Mosque Summit of ...."; #93 "Gorge of Sufsafeh"; #122 "Tomb of Mariette Pasha - Soulak Museum Garden"; #27 "American and European Quarter-Alexandria"; #92 "Bedouin Pasture, Mount Sinaii"; #31 "From Mt. Sehbal-South"; #35 "Jebel et Tahooneh"; #153 "A Glimpse at Petra"; #62 "Jerusalem at Russian Quarter"; #15 "solomon's Pool - Lower"; #447 "King Pinotem - Profile - Found 1881"; #16 "Marah (Ain Hawarah); #94 "From Top of Pyramid of Cheops"; #4 "Bedouin Beggars - Suez"; #262 "A street in Esneh"; #21"Camp by the Sea"; #95 "Plain of Rahah from Mount Sinaii"; #27 "Rock of Moses"; (indistinct) "Petra Bedouin Quarter" (?); #11 "Arab Woman and Child"; many images of indigineous peoples; particularly interesting image of Egyptian Mummy (unwrapped); images lightly bowed; VG  Est.30-60
358  STEREOVIEW IMAGES OF ALASKA, NATIVES, ETC. (16)-Includes:  T. W. Ingersoll images:  Indians trading, log cabin, Kasa-an Village, Juneau City Indian Graves; Rau image: "The Klondike, wreck of Yukon Steamer at Thirty Mile"; Kasa An Village; Keystone views of "Placer Mining", "An Eskimo Fammily at Fort Magnesia..." and "ice on the Koyukuk River"; some images faded; condition varies  Est.40-60
359  STEREOVIEW IMAGES OF AMERICAN SOUTHWEST ( 22 )-Various publishers; includes:  "Village Oven, Pueblo Indians…"; rock formations in Arizona including "Phoebe's Arch"; images of Royal Gorge, Colorado; Pikes Peak; Piatte Can(y)on; views of Utah; "Pillars of Hercules" in Oregon, etc; condition varies;   Est.20-40
360   APPROX. (69)  KEYSTONE STEREOVIEWS - OCCUPATION/INDUSTRY-[sample shown] Portions of various series' of cards, featuring industrial, commercial and occupational subjects; including:  farming, milk industry, weaving and spinning, shoe factory, jewelry making, paper making; pottery making; and others; cards bowed; VG  Est.40-60
361   APPROX. (43)  KEYSTONE STEREOVIEWS - OCCUPATION/INDUSTRY-[sample shown] Portions of various series' of cards, featuring industrial, commercial and occupational subjects; including:  the automotive industry, pig iron production, plate glass prodution, salt mining, steel industry; and others; cards bowed; VG  Est.40-60
362  OCCUPATIONAL / INDUSTRY RELATED STEREOVIEWS approx. (50)-[sample shown] Includes various publishers, etc.; including:  H. C. White Co., Underwood & Underwood, Griffith and Griffith, etc.; scenes include:  textile industry, fishing industry, Navy shipbuilding, gold mining, mining, ranch work, etc.;  lot also includes two German monoview images from the 1873 Vienna World's Fair; several images have fading; several have no publisher nor caption  Est.20-40
363  LARGE LOT OF PHILIPPINES SCENIC STEREOVIEWS ( 55)-[sample shown] Mostly by Underwood & Underwood, but several other publishers included; some images rather macabre; some images of daily life, soldiers, etc.; circa 1900; condition varies;   Est.20-40
364  ISLAND SCENE STEREO VIEWS: HAWAII, JAVA, CUBA, ETC. (19)-[sample shown] Various publishers, includes:  Borneo fishermen, Java procession; Puerto Rico Governor's Palace and banana groves; Kilauea volcano crater in Hawaii, Hawaiian domestic scenes; Morro castle scenes in Cuba, etc.; some cards faded, some with litho losses;   Est.20-40
365  ASSEMBLED SET - KEYSTONE VIEWS "STEREOGRAPHIC LIBRARY" PHILIPPINES VOL. 1-[sample shown] Possibly an assembled set, five digit numbers are not sequential and skip around; scenic views, coconut gathering, hemp industry, burial procession, etc.; approx. (50) cards in leatherette case; some edges of need re-gluing; cards bowed; very few images have fading;   Est.20-40
366  STEREOVIEWS:  MOSTLY MILITARY MARINE VESSELS, APPROX. (  )-[sample shown] Includes:  images of British and German Submarines; Gunboats, Monitors and their Crew; British Cruiser "Indomitable", U.S. Navy Yard, guns and gunners, etc.; condition varies  Est.20-40
367  KEYSTONE VIEWS-NAUTICAL & MARINE VESSELS, INTERNATIONAL (  )-[sample shown]; includes:  Panama Canal, Gibraltar, Columbia Glacier Alaska, harbor scenes, ocean liners, junks, whalers, Peary's expedition to the North Pole; condition VG  Est.20-40
368  BATTLESHIP STEREOVIEW SCENES - (42)-[sample shown] Includes:  U.S.S. Pennsylvania, U.S.S. Alabama, (5) U.S.S. Brooklyn, U.S.S. Maryland, (2) U.S.S. Philadelphia, (5) U.S.S. Iowa; (3) U.S.S. Texas; (8) U.S.S. Oregon; (3) U.S.S. Massachusetts; (5) U.S.S. Maine; (5) U.S.S. Indiana; (1) (possibly 3) U.S.S. Illinois; several faded and rough; condition varies;   Est.50-100
369  ASSORTED NAUTICAL, WATERWAY, and MARINE STEREOVIEWS (75)-[Sample shown]; Includes:  steamers, riverboats, harbor scenes, wharf scenes,   Est.20-40
370  KEYSTONE VIEWS - PARTIAL SET SOCIAL STUDIES UNIT-[sample shown]; set features pictoral glimpse of how the food gets to the family's table:  the farm, the store, the making of bread, the dairy process, etc.; includes: #2, #5-#17, #19-#24; cards are bowed but otherwise clear and EX  Est.20-40
371  STEREOVIEWS - YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK VIEWS APPROX. (27 )-[sample shown]; various publishers; includes several images of giant redwoods; mountain views; Bridal Veil Falls; Mirror Lake; Glacier Point, Mariposa Grove; various conditions;   Est.20-40
372   (38) STEREOVIEWS - YELLOWSTONE and VARIOUS NATIONAL PARK VIEWS-[sample shown]; various publishers; include:  Mammoth Hot Springs, Old Faithful, Pt. Lookout; Boulder Canyon, Co.; Mt. Hood, OR; Mt. Rainer, WA; etc.; cards bowed; most images VG  Est.20-40
373  STEREOVIEW IMAGES - SUSPENSION BRIDGES, DAM, and RELATED (26)-[sample shown]; various publishers; includes Brooklyn Bridge, "the Ten Million dollar Ead's Bridge"; Rock Stream Gorge Railroad bridge; Niagara Suspension Bridge; Wonderful Forth Bridge, Scotland; etc.; (2) cards have significant losses; F-G  Est.20-40
374  VARIOUS STEREOVIEWS MAINLY WATERFALLS & SCENIC VIEWS (88)-[sample shown]; includes:  Niagara Falls, Watkins Glen, Red Mountain Arizona; Mt. Victoria, Alberta;  Ithaca views;  Washington State and Oregon mountain views; various views include Natural Bridge, VA; some stereoviews with no publishers and hand-written captions; condition varies  Est.20-40
375  STEREOVIEWS - WASHINGTON DC AND VICINITY APPROX. (80)-[sample shown]; various publishers; images include:  Washington Capitol, White House Interiors; House of Representatives; Smithsonian Institution; U.S. Pension Office, U. S. Treasury Building; Pennsylvania Avenue views; U. S. Congressional Building; U S. Post Office; Mt. Vernon, Arlington Cemetary; and other important DC area landmarks; condition varies:  some corners warn and bent; some images faded  Est.20-40
376  STEREOVIEWS - SCENIC VIEWS AND WATERFALLS (50)-[sample shown]; various publishers:  CH Graves, MH Zahner, HC White, Anthony & Co., etc.; images include:  Ithaca and Vacinity, White Mountain Scenery, Skowhegan  Maine; Pottsville, PA; Horseshoe Falls; etc.; condition varies - corners worn, bent; images faded;   Est.20-40
377  (3) BOXED SETS OF DR. WELLS STEREOSCOPIC CHARTS-Includes:  (1) "Dr. Well's Selection of Stereoscopic Charts", Eighth Enlarged edition; published by American Optical Co.; appears complete, retains directions; pen writing on directions; box label heavily soiled; (1) "A Selection of Stereoscopic Charts Compiled by Dr. David W. Wells, Boston, Mass."; Twelfth Enlarged Edition; published by E. B. Meyrowitz Surgical Instruments, Co., Inc.; appears complete; retains original directions; box has splits; box label has losses; (1) "Dr. Wells' Selection of Stereoscopic Charts" Cat. No. 1965; twenty-sixth enlarged edition; published by American Optical; retains directions; box has paper loss to corner; charts are ..."for cultivating binocular vision and for treatment of heterophoria", and "...for testing aviators in the service of the U. S. Government"; L-7 1/4", G-VG  Est.20-40
378  BALTIMORE & MARYLAND STEREOVIEWS ( 19)-[sample shown], various publishers, several possibly "home views" taken with a stereocamera; includes images of Druid Hill Park, Mt. Vernon Place, Wye Oak, Oyster boats and oyster shucking, street views, a crowd gathering at the corner of Liberty and Fayette Streets, etc.; age wear, some faded; G+  Est.20-40
379  PHILADELPHIA & PENNSYLVANIA STEREOVIEWS APPROX. (60) -[sample shown] various publishers, includes scenes of Independence Hall, Drexel University, various street scenes, 1903 Philadelphia parade, Fairmont Park views, Elks Parade 1907; Valley Forge, Delaware Water Gap, and various scenes; some faded, some well worn with corner losses and wear;   Est.30-50
380  NEW YORK STATE STEREOVIEWS, APPROX. (55)-[sample shown], various publishers,  includes:  partial series of Watkins Glen views by J. D. Hope, photographer; Hudson River views, Rochester and Vicinity views, Auburn State Prison (with large corner loss), Saratoga views, Fort Ticonderoga, etc.; condition varies, G+  Est.20-40
381  ENGLISH & LONDON STEREOVIEWS - APPROX. (30)-[sample shown]; various publishers, includes:  chalk cliffs , Isle of Wight; Carnavon Castle, London Bridge, British Museum views, Tower of London, Greenwich Chronometer, Westminster Abbey, etc.; condition varies  Est.20-40
382  NEW YORK CITY STEREOVIEWS - APPROX. (60)-[sample shown]; various publishers, includes:  Suspension bridges, Central Park views, city scape views including the Flat Iron Building, Empire State Building, "World" Building, etc.; some cards faded, condition varies  Est.30-50
383  GEORGIA & FLORIDA SCENIC STEREOVIEWS - APPROX. (40)-[sample shown]; various publishers, scenes include:  St. Augustine, banyan trees, coconut groves, banana trees, the Ocklawaha River, Old Spanish Fort views, Savannah Georgia views, etc.; condition varies  Est.20-40
384  TRAIN & RAILWAY RELATED STEREOVIEWS, ETC. - APPROX. (50)-[sample shown]; various publishers; large grouping; includes:  Watkins Pacific Railroad cards, Central Pacific Railroad cards, etc.; images include:  railway bridges, train stations, canyon passages, elevated curves, trestle bridges, locomotive works, etc.; condition varies:  some have faded images, soiling, corner wear, etc; together with (4) "Panel style" images (not stereo) "Scenery of the Lehigh Valley R. R."  Est.40-60
385  STEREOVIEWS OF MID-ATLANTIC STATES: NY to VA, APPROX. (25  )-[sample shown]; various publishers; includes scenes from New York City, New York State, Philadelphia, PA; the White House; Hudson River Views; the Statue of Liberty; Mauch Chunk views; etc.;   Est.20-40
386  STEREOVIEWS OF VIRGINIA and VICINITY, APPROX. (35)-[sample shown]; various publishers; includes:  Jefferson Davis' mansion; Castle Thunder - Confederate Prison; Mount Vernon views; Natural Bridge; Oysters in Hampton VA; Richmond Views; Washington's Tomb; Luray Cavern views; St. John's Church; Arlington Cemetary, etc.; condition varies - some cards have extensive wear and fading;   Est.25-45
387  STEREOVIEWS - VARIOUS U.S. VIEWS, TOWNS, ETC. APPROX. (45)-[sample shown]; various publishers; includes:  Rhode Island, Boston vicinity, Florida, Chicago and vicinity, New York views, including a parade view; together with partial set of Keystone views, featuring a selection of mostly aerial views of various cities and travel destinations - including:  Manhattan skyscrapers; Detroit; Boston; Universal City near Los Angeles; industrial views, etc.; condition varies  Est.20-40
388  STEREOVIEWS - MIDWEST U.S. & CAROLINAS, APPROX. ( 25 )-[sample shown]; various publishers; includes:  Great Chicago Fire, 1871; Wisconsin Dells; Detroit Auto Industry scenes; Lincoln's Birthplace, KY; Lincoln Park, Chicago; Chicago Stockyards; Great Dam, Keokuk, IA; Soldiers' Home, IN; Charleston, SC Customhouse; etc.; condition varies;   Est.20-40
389  BOSTON & MASSACHUSETTS STEREOVIEWS, APPROX. (25)-[sample shown]; includes view of Dupree Plant House, Amherst, MA; Grace Church in Amherst; Provincetown; lighthouse at Nantasket, MA; Bunker Hill Monument, Boston; Concord North Bridge; Harvard College; g Home, Cambridge, MA; Boston street scenes, etc.; condition varies  Est.20-30
390  NEW ENGLAND and VICINITY STEREOVIEWS, APPROX. (70)-[sample shown]; includes views of:  Kennebunk, ME; Martha's Vineyard; Proctor, VT marble quarry; St. Albans, VT; Franconia Notch and White Mountains, NH; Nantucket views, including a Dolphin hunt; etc.; condition varies - some cards are faded, rough edges and corners, losses, etc.  Est.40-60
391  HOUSES, HISTORICAL LANDMARKS, U.S. STEREOVIEWS, APPROX. (25)-[sample shown]; Includes:  images of homes, farms, mills, offices, etc.; lot also includes group of Keystone Views which feature monuments and historic places:  Lexington Common, MA; marker on Concord Road; tablet marking Griffin's Wharf (Boston Tea Party); Liberty Bell; Minute Men monument in Lexington, MA (first Revolutionary War battle); Elephant Butte dam; Harper's Ferry; etc.; condition varies, some cards are VG, while others very faded with wear;   Est.20-30
392  STEREOVIEWS FEATURING ATLANTIC CITY BEACH & CONEY ISLAND (5)-Includes:  (1) Alfred S. Campbell view #350 "Large Group on Sands, Coney Island"; (1) C. H. Graves "#4376 Atlantic City, in the Surf (from the pier)"; (1) Keystone Views "#29576 T summer Crowds at America's Foremost Seaside Resort, Atlantic City, New Jersey"; (2) The "Perfec" Stereograph, 1-#477 "The beach from the boardwalk, Atlantic City, N. J.", 1-#476 "The Bathers, Atlantic City, N.J."; edges have wear, spots, fading, G-VG  Est.20-40
393  STEREOVIEW IMAGES OF CHINA APPROX. (21)-[sample shown] Various publishers; includes:  Shanghai street scenes, water views, Forbidden city palaces, Junks, images of Canton and Peking, Great Wall of China, etc.; several duplications; condition varies, some images faded;   Est.20-40
394  APPROX. (50) STEREOVIEWS:  ASIA, MEDITERRANEAN & SOUTH AMERICA, ETC.-[sample shown] Mostly Keystone Views and Underwood & Underwood; includes:  (9) India, Palestine, Algeria, Syria, Tunis, (2) Constantinople, (2) Greece, Sarajevo, (3) Russia, (3) Czechoslovakia, Ukraine, (5) Mexico, (3) Peru, (2)  Bolivia, Guatemala, (1) Salvador, (1) Chile, (2) Monte Carlo, Martinique, (4) Spain, Madeira Islands, (5) Portugal, (2) Java, Jamaica, Cuba and Costa Rica; market scenes, street scenes, palaces, ruins, native peoples and more; condition varies; G-VG  Est.20-40
395  STEREOVIEWS:  NETHERLANDS & SWITZERLAND, APPROX. (68)-[sample shown] Many Underwood & Underwood, various publishers; includes (19) Netherlands and (48) Switzlerand; scenes include:  windmills, tulip fields, waterways, Alpine views and more; some cards have spotting, most VG  Est.20-40
396  EUROPEAN STEREOVIEWS:  GERMANY, ITALY, FRANCE- APPROX. (120)-[sample shown] Various publishers; includes:  (7) Belgium; (30) France; (17) Germany; (36) Italy; includes architectural wonders, interiors, river and water views, castles and cathedrals; 1908 Earthquake disaster in Messina; Venetian scenes; Roman ruins and more; condition varies; G-VG  Est.20-40
397  STEREOVIEWS: SCANDINAVIA, UNITED KINGDOM, ETC., APPROX. (70)-[sample shown] Various publishers; includes:  (7) England; (10) Scotland; (11) Ireland; (3) North Wales; (10) Sweden; (19) Norway; (9) Denmark; (3) Finland; images includes;  cathedrals, cliffs, castles, Scottish Loch scenes, Parliament and Windsor Castle; views of Stockholm, Fjords, Finnish marketplaces, Copenhagen harbors, etc.; some duplications; condition varies  Est.20-40
398  STEREOVIEWS - IMAGES OF JAPAN, (36) -[Sample shown]; mostly Keystone Views, and Underwood & Underwood; includes images of silk trade, rice fields, idyllic images of Japanese girls in garden settings; images near Kyoto, Nikko, Hiroshima, Osaka, etc.; several pre-earthquake Yokohama;  a few images colorized; several duplicate images; overall VG  Est.20-40
399  (26) STEREOFILMS BRUGUIERE POSITIFS STEREOSCOPIQUES SUR FILM-Individually boxed with paper litho labels, views include:  Musee du Louvre (4)(8); Montmartre; La Cote D'Azur (1)(2), (2), Paris La Nuit; Revue du Concert Mayol; Paris (1)x2,(2)x2,(3), (5); Versailles - Trianona; Notre Dame; Jardin Exotique de Monaco (2); Versailles - Interieurs; Versailles - Exterieurs; Cannes; Nice; Musee Oceanographique (2); four boxes of "Sterollfilms - Musees Voyages Souvenirs" , "Films Positifs Tons Chaud's Guilleminot", include:  22.Fontainebleau III, 21. Fontainebleau II, 19. Fontainebleau. Exterieurs; 22. Fontainebleau IV; each box L-4 3/4", EX  Est.40-60
400  KEYSTONE STEREOVIEWS - PARTIAL SET OF SWITZERLAND-[sample shown]; part of a numbered set, some of the numbers on the backs of the cards are hand written; sequence includes:  3, 4, 8, 9-11, 13-16,25, 33, 38-41, 46, 49-53, 55-57, 59-64, 86, 93, 96; many Alps views, aerial views; mostly mountainous views; condition overall VG+    Est.20-40
401  ROMANTIC / COMIC STEREOVIEW PARTIAL SETS-(1) Underwood & Underwood Publishers, #1 through 18, missing #13; trials of married life, "Admiration" through "Subjugation"; copyright 1901; (1) Strohmeyer & Wyman Publishers, (sold by Underwood & Underwood), #1 through 18, missing #13 & #15, copyright 1897; [sample shown]; F-G  Est.20-40
402  ROMANTIC / COMIC STEREOVIEW PARTIAL SETS, CARDS, ETC. (30)-(1) partial set: William Rau Publishers, #1 through 12, missing #2, #4, #6, #7, #10; others by Rau include "In the Wrong Room", "Looking for a Man", etc.; Underwood & Underwood Publ. cards include:  Halloween Party (4), The Automobile Somnamulist, "Partiality", and others;  Kilburn cards (copyright 1887-97) include "Asleep She Dreams of Love", "Not Afraid, just nervous"; some cards faded with spots, edge and corner wear; overall G  Est.20-40
403  ROMANTIC / COMIC STEREOVIEW PARTIAL SETS, CARDS, ETC. (50)-(1) partial set:  Keystone Views "Naïve French cook" #1 through 12; (1) partial set J. H. Ormsby "The Doctor and the Chorus Girl", #2471-2478; large selection of Keystone Views, partial sets, pairs, and single cards - including:  typing lesson #10432-10435; #9498-#9499 "...light turned down"; #10455-10457 "Reach me that hammer", etc.; some cards faded, edge and corner wear; G-VG  Est.30-50
404  ROMANTIC / COMIC STEREOVIEW SETS (4)-Includes:  (1) International Stereograph Co. #4601-4613 wedding series 1905, appears complete; (1) H. C. White Co., The "Perfec" Stereograph series #5586-5593 Silas & Samantha Green visit the Asdorf-Waldoria Hotel, 1903; appears complete; (1) H.C. White Co. The "Perfec" Stereograph, #5510-5519, 1902 wedding series; appears complete; (1) Geo. W. Griffith Publ. #2387-2398, copyright 1902 "Mrs. Newlywed's new French Cook"; appears complete; overall VG+  Est.30-50
405  STEREOVIEWS - IMAGES OF JERUSALEM and VICINITY, AFRICA, ETC. APPROX. (25)-[sample shown]; images include:  Sea of Galilee, Baghdad, Jerusalem street scenes, the Jordan River, the Dead Sea, Bedouins, Congo mission boarding school, Cape Town fishing villages and boats, mining, Tripoli village, Dervishes of Soudan; some cards have fading, edge and corner wear; overall G-VG  Est.20-30
406  ROMANTIC / COMIC STEREOVIEW CARDS - APPROX. (30)-includes:  partial set, Art Nouveau (Platino) Stereograph 1903, #4642-4644, "Harder, George Pa's Out"; Griffith & Griffith 1896 "Love on a Tub"; Imperial Series #5510-5518 1902 wedding series; singles by Littleton View Co. Publ., etc.; Littleton views are faded; edge and corner wear; overall G-VG  Est.20-30
407  GROUP OF COMIC / PIN-UP / UNUSUAL STEREO CARDS - APPROX. (40)-[sample shown]; various publishers; various single cards mostly comic, includes:  "How Biddy Served Tomatoes Undressed"; "Ring Around a Rosey"; "Waiting for a Bite", etc.; also includes unusal images including child perched on an oversized lily pad, beach resort photographs; pin-up style portraits, etc.; concition varies  Est.20-30
408  GROUP OF COMIC STEREO CARDS, APPROX. (24 )-[sample shown], various publishers; mostly singles - parts of sets; includes:  (color) "A Windy Day", "Comforts of a Bachelor's Life"; Ingersoll-"Having a High Time, Not a Man in Sight", "Rat on Toast for Dinner"; various comic cards "A sad predicament - He wants to go home", "Last in bed put out the light", "Gone off with a handsomer man", "Taking in a diffiult reef"; etc. condition varies; overall G-VG  Est.10-20
409  STEREOVIEWS - SCENIC VIEWS FROM CALIFORNIA - APPROX. (45)-[sample shown]; includes:  Berkeley, CA University of California commencement 1901; Sacremento street scene; parade in Los Angeles; orange groves; Pickford - Fairbanks home in Beverly Hills; Wawona drive-through Redwood; Yosemite views, Mirror lake, Mt. Shasta, and various views; overall some fading, edge and corner wear; G-VG  Est.30-40
410  APPROX. (65) PHOTOS - CHICAGO COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION 1893 -[sample shown]; all images placed on heavy cardstock with gilded zig-zag edges; stamped with photographer's name lower right "P. Eichelberg"; various images, including Transportation Building, Government Building, Illinois Building, Horticultural Hall, "Japanese Village" views; midway views, some "White City" night views, etc.; some images have pencil writing on reverse, identifying the image;  images have fading, some with spots / stains; 4 1/8" x 5 1/4", G-VG  Est.40-60
411  OVER (100) PHOTOS - MOSTLY NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY IMAGES-[sample shown]; all images placed on heavy cardstock with gilded zig-zag edges; stamped with photographer's name lower right "P. Eichelberg"; various images, including Coney Island scenes (including Elephantine Collossus building), New York street scenes; Passaic River scenes; Patterson Falls views, etc.; some images have pencil writing on reverse, identifying the image;  images have fading, some with spots / stains; 4 1/8" x 5 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-70
412  APPROX. (50) PHOTOS - BOATS, HARBOR VIEWS, RELATED-[sample shown]; likely New York Harbor, including circa 1885 international grouping of warships, featuring low draft dreadnauts, steam / sail combination ships, steam vessels, cruisers, etc.; all images placed on heavy cardstock with gilded zig-zag edges; stamped with photographer's name lower right "P. Eichelberg"; images have fading, some with spots / stains; 4 1/8" x 5 1/4", G-VG  Est.40-60
413  LARGE LOT OF GLASS NEGATIVES-Includes:  images of steam works, workmen, pet cats, pet horses, interior of laboratory; paddlewheel boat; water views; town scenes, etc.; large quantity, fun to go through  Est.20-40
414  (2) BOXES ILFORD ALPHA LANTERN PLATES-Early stereoview glass lantern plates, images include early vehicles, buildings, camel parade, monuments, a graveyard, people, etc.; original boxes are exceptionally rough; (26) slides; some slides have small chips/flakes;   Est.20-40
415  STEREOVIEWS PERTAINING TO STEREO VIEWING (20)-[sample shown]; images include:  cased sets of stereoviews, various views "with" and "without stereoscopic effect, little girl looking through a stereoviewer (corner loss), Keystone "Eye Comfort and Depth Perception Series":  EC41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 49, 50, 51; EC121, 123, 130,132; some cards faded, most sharp and dark; overall VG+  Est.20-40
416  STEREOVIEWS - HUNTING, PETS, and RELATED, APPROX. (25)-[sample shown] images include:  cute cat and kitten images, puppy images, seals, elephants, moose hunt, goose and duck hunting, deer hunting, etc.; various publishers; condition varies:  some fading, some surface loss on margins, etc.  Est.30-50
417  STEREOVIEWS - MILITARY, AVIATION, MINING, UNUSUAL IMAGES-Images include:  (2) Aviation related military images, Army Infantry pack inspection, WWI Belgian tragedy , troops heading to Puerto Rico, poor posture lesson, Full Moon, Mt. Washington observatory image, beach scene with early swimsuits, "giving gas" dental? image, Salt Lake City Mormon views, Alaska "midnight sun", and mining images, various photographers and publishers, condition varies  Est.40-60
418  UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STEREOVIEWS OF ITALY - PARTIAL SET-Missing #'s:  5, 7, 10-13, 19, 23, 36, 38, 41-43, 47-49, 55, 56, 63, 65 67; includes images of St. Peters, the Sistine Chapel, Roman Ruins, The Colosseum, ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum; Genoa and Pisa; some images fading;   Est.20-40
419  SELECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES - MANUFACTURING (17)-Various black and white photographs featuring manufacturing scenes; (1) stamped on reverse "Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. Machine Works"; (2) images of a typewriter manufacturing plant, 1-with margin loss; (3) images affixed to heavy cardstock; (1) image labeled "Co. GIKK Machine Shop Lathe Dpt Great Lakes Naval Station Feb. 1/1921; "No. 621 1-Wallenstein 3928 N. Kenneth Chicago" (folds with losses); (1) Spaulding Co. (pencil writing on the back), edge tears; (1) dated 1912, man with car chassis; (1) four men with a lathe; (1) shop scene with men and two boys; (1) distillery photo; (1) smelting scene; (1) factory scene (folds); and (3) small photos; condition varies, some fading; largest 8" x 10"  Est.20-40

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