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  • DELAWARE LITERATURE. by Able, Augustus H III; foreword by Henry Seidel Canby.
    Able, Augustus H III; foreword by Henry Seidel Canby.
    DELAWARE LITERATURE.

    Edition: First printing, limited edition. .

    New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc. 1947. First edition - First separate publication of this offprint from 'Delaware, a History of the First State' with a new foreword by Henry Seidel Canby. Discusses the importance of regional literature in understanding American life. Includes discussion of fiction, both romantic and realistic, nonfiction prose and poetry, Glossy frontispiece. States that this is one of 250 copies, but it is not numbered. Large format, measuring 8 1/12 in wide by 11 inches tall, 32 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in stapled blue wrappers (some toning and sunning to the edges of the cover,)

    Book ID: 51951
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  • SOME PARADOX! SOME IRONY! THE CHANGING IMAGE OF AMERICAN WOMAN 1930-1974 by Chmaj, Betty E.
    Chmaj, Betty E.
    SOME PARADOX! SOME IRONY! THE CHANGING IMAGE OF AMERICAN WOMAN 1930-1974

    Edition: First thus.

    [Sacramento: CA]: By the author, nd (ca 1977.). First edition - Separate publication of an essay which originally was included in "The Study of American Culture/Contemporary Conflicts." Examines female stereotypes in the media, in advertising, and in popular and high arts. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. pp 122-176 . The author grew up in a Finnish immigrant community in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, was the first to receive a doctoral degree in Cultural Studies from the University of Michigan and was a leader in the ASA Commission on the Status of Women.

    Condition: Very good in stapled pink wrappers (some scattered highlighting in the first half).

    Book ID: 41227
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  • REPORT ON THE RIVERS AND HARBORS IN THE SACRAMENTO, CALIF DISTRICT. by Matheson, J. R. D.
    Matheson, J. R. D.
    REPORT ON THE RIVERS AND HARBORS IN THE SACRAMENTO, CALIF DISTRICT.

    Edition: First thus.

    Washington, D.C.: War 'Department / Office of the Chief of Engineers / Government Printing Office, 1931. First edition - An extract from the annual report of the Chief of Engineers, 1931. Reports on projects in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers watershed, including the Mokelumne River, the Stockton and Mormon Channels, the Feather River and more. pp 1789-1815.

    Condition: Very good in tan stapled wrappers (usual toning to page).

    Book ID: 69196
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