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  • OUTDOOR CHUMS ON A HOUSEBOAT or The Rivals of the Mississippi, #6. by Allen, Captain Quincy.
    Allen, Captain Quincy.
    OUTDOOR CHUMS ON A HOUSEBOAT or The Rivals of the Mississippi, #6.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1913.). Hardcover first edition - Sixth book in the series published under a Stratemeyer Syndicate house names, lists to itself at front of book. Plain frontispiece. 236 pp plus 8 pp of publisher's advertisements at end.

    Condition: Good condition in olive green cloth with red and dark green illustrations and lettering (usual toning to the pages) Previous owner's name in pencil, dated 1913.

    Book ID: 65828
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  • OUTDOOR CHUMS AFTER BIG GAME or Perilous Adventures in the Wilderness #5. by Allen, Captain Quincy.
    Allen, Captain Quincy.
    OUTDOOR CHUMS AFTER BIG GAME or Perilous Adventures in the Wilderness #5.

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (c. 1911.). Hardcover - Fifth book in the series, lists to itself at front of book. Plain frontispiece. 232 pp plus 12 pp of publisher's advertisements at end.

    Condition: Fair condition only (missing front endpaper, front hinge cracked, prev owner's name, some soiling and wear to cover, but binding still sturdy - a good reading copy.)

    Book ID: 44455
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  • AMERICAN WIVES AND ENGLISH HUSBANDS. by Atherton, Gertrude.
    Atherton, Gertrude.
    AMERICAN WIVES AND ENGLISH HUSBANDS.

    Edition: Reprint.

    New York: Internation Association of Newspapers, 1901. Hardcover - A rather appealing early reprint of this novel of a San Francisco girl who marries a British aristocrat, a friend of her childhood in San Francisco, before his father inherited the title. Small format. 339 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated dark green cloth (some rubbing and wear to the spine).

    Book ID: 46345
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  • THE UNSEEN ENEMY. by Baxter, Betty.
    Baxter, Betty.
    THE UNSEEN ENEMY.

    Edition: Hardcover

    Chicago: Goldsmith Publishing, (1938.) dj. Hardcover - A mystery for older girls, A first or early printing. 250 pp.

    Condition: Good in a good dust jacket (usual rather severe toning to the pages, several tears and edgewear to the dj, missing approx 1 inch from the bottom of the spine).

    Book ID: 62573
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  • Blanchard, Amy.
    THREE PRETTY MAIDS.

    Edition: Early printing (first published in 1897.).

    Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1901. Hardcover - A story for older girls, illustrated with a frontispiece and three inserted plates by Alice Barber Stephens. Decorative headpieces at each chapters. 243 pp plus 7 pp of publisher's advertisements.

    Condition: Good condition overall in decorated pale green coarse linen cloth - some fading to the cloth, gift inscription dated in 1902, one signature loose.

    Book ID: 35379
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  • BONNY LESLEY OF THE BORDER. Pioneer Series 2. by Blanchard, Amy E. (1856 -1926)
    Blanchard, Amy E. (1856 -1926)
    BONNY LESLEY OF THE BORDER. Pioneer Series 2.

    Edition: First edition.

    Boston: W. A. Wilde, 1904. Hardcover first edition - "From 1836-1838 a young woman finds a home with her grandfather in the Michigan frontier settlement of Woodstock, located North of Detroit. Illustrated by William F. Stecher with a glossy frontispiece with a tissue guard and four inserted plates. 336 pp plus 4 pp of publisher's ads for other books by Blanchard.

    Condition: Fair condition only (missing front endpaper, binding is broken and text block is beginning to separate from the covers - the text block itself is in good condition and the illustrated tan boards are also in good condition) A rather uncommon book.

    Book ID: 67109
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  • MRS. GILPIN'S FRUGALITIES: Remnants, and 200 ways of Using Them. by Brown, Susan Anna.
    Brown, Susan Anna.
    MRS. GILPIN'S FRUGALITIES: Remnants, and 200 ways of Using Them.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1883. Hardcover first edition - Even 130 years ago, Americans were known for their wasteful ways with food! This vintage cookbook is full of ideas of what to do with leftovers. Small oblong format, bound in color pictorial boards backed with a maroon cloth spine. 102 pp plus 2 pp ads.

    Condition: Good condition overall - some soiling and wear to covers, tidemarks in the margins of most pages and near the gutter on the endpapers, but the binding and hinges are sturdy. Bookplate of poet and children's author Myra Cohn Livingston.

    Book ID: 57602
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  • THE RETURN OF THE DRUSES, A BLOT IN THE 'SCUTCHEON, COLOMBE'S BIRTHDAY, LURIA - A SOUL'S TRAGEDY. by Browning, Robert.
    Browning, Robert.
    THE RETURN OF THE DRUSES, A BLOT IN THE 'SCUTCHEON, COLOMBE'S BIRTHDAY, LURIA - A SOUL'S TRAGEDY.

    Edition: Later printing.

    New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, (c.1898.). Hardcover - From the author's revised text, edited and with an introduction and notes by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Frontispiece with tissue guard, illustrated title page. An appealing small volume measuring just 6 1/4 by 4 inches. 337 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in flexible deep red cloth covers with gilt decorations on spine and front cover, top edge gilt.

    Book ID: 32823
    Keywords: Poetry, vintage book
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  • THE JINGO. by Chester, George Randolph.
    Chester, George Randolph.
    THE JINGO.

    Edition: First printing.

    Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1912.). Hardcover first edition - A classic and early spoof of the lost-race novels - after a shipwreck, Jimmy Smith, an American sales representative of the Eureka Manufacturing Company, brings 'improvements' to the idyllic island kingdom of Isola in the Antarctic. Chester is also the author of the Queen's Quorum title 'Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford.' Illustrated with a frontispiece and ten inserted plates with illustrations by F. Vaux Wilson. 394 pp.

    Condition: Very good in the original embossed blue-gray cloth, with gilt lettering on the front and spine (some shelfwear to edges of boards, front hinge starting, a few scattered marginal foxing spots, and discoloration on endpapers. Binding is sturdy, covers are attractive.

    Book ID: 35432
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  • ANNETTE OF RIVER BEND. by Cheyne, Irene.
    Cheyne, Irene.
    ANNETTE OF RIVER BEND.

    Edition: 6th printing.

    Sydney & London: Angus & Robertson, 1948. Hardcover - Classic children's book by this Australian author. Frontispiece. 209 pp.

    Condition: Good only in aqua cloth with black lettering on the spine (toning to the pages, some soiling and wear to the covers, no dust jacket.)

    Book ID: 68584
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  • THE PATIENCE OF JOHN MORLAND. by Dillon, Mary.
    Dillon, Mary.
    THE PATIENCE OF JOHN MORLAND.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., Inc., 1909. Hardcover first edition - Romantic historical novel based on Peggy O'Neill and John Eaton, Secretary of War in Andrew Jackson's cabinet - when Eaton married O'Neill shortly after the death of her first husband, they were ostracized by a group led by Vice President Calhoun's wife - partly because of her background as an innkeeper's daughter and partly because of what they saw as her forwardness and refusal to recognize her place. Eventually this led to the scandal of the Petticoat Affair, in which all members of Jackson's cabinet resigned - and which eventually led to the presidency of Van Buren. From the foreword: "I cannot hope that even the most…

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    New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., Inc., 1909. Hardcover first edition - Romantic historical novel based on Peggy O'Neill and John Eaton, Secretary of War in Andrew Jackson's cabinet - when Eaton married O'Neill shortly after the death of her first husband, they were ostracized by a group led by Vice President Calhoun's wife - partly because of her background as an innkeeper's daughter and partly because of what they saw as her forwardness and refusal to recognize her place. Eventually this led to the scandal of the Petticoat Affair, in which all members of Jackson's cabinet resigned - and which eventually led to the presidency of Van Buren. From the foreword: "I cannot hope that even the most superficial student of American history will not recognize my heroine at a glance, despite her change of name. I have made this change that, while adhering closely to the truth in the leading incidents of her career, I may yet allow myself a little latitude for the play Of imagination." Illustrated by C. M. Relyea with a color frontispiece with a tissue guard and three additional color plates. xiv, 406 pp.

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    Condition: Very good in terra cotta cloth with art nouveau illustration on front cover, cream and gilt lettering (one illustration detached, but still present, previous owner's name stamped on pastedowns)

    Book ID: 71512
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  • THE TREASURE CHEST OF LITERATURE for Seventh Year, Complete. by Eichel, Charles G.; Edward J, Kehoe, Ignus O Hornstein and Floyd R. Smith.
    Eichel, Charles G.; Edward J, Kehoe, Ignus O Hornstein and Floyd R. Smith.
    THE TREASURE CHEST OF LITERATURE for Seventh Year, Complete.

    Edition: First edition.

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (1935). Hardcover first edition - A collection of literature to be used as a supplementary reader - arranged topically - lyric and narrative poems; long and short stories; legends, myths and folk tales, biographies, essays and more. Authors include Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Francis Parkman, Emily Dickinson, Longfellow, Walter de la Mare, Booth Tarkington, Leo Tolstoy, Ernest Thompson Seton and many others. Illustrated Illustrated. Includes definitions, suggestions for learning, questions, etc. xi, 626 pp.

    Condition: Good overall in blue cloth with black lettering, black and orange illustration on front cover (some wear to the spine, fraying to the ends, but otherwise quite sturdy)

    Book ID: 63176
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  • THROUGH JUNGLE AND WILDERNESS. by Ellis, Edward S.
    Ellis, Edward S.
    THROUGH JUNGLE AND WILDERNESS.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Rahway, NJ: The Mershon Company, (1905, c 1899). Hardcover - Adventure story for older boys which begins with an accident on a coast schooner voyaging from Panama to California in 1868. Glossy frontispiece. 289 pp plus 2 pp publisher's ads

    Condition: Very good in lime green cloth with darker green lettering and design, illustration on front cover.

    Book ID: 62582
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  • Gillmore, Rufus.
    THE EBONY BED MURDER.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: The Mystery League, 1932. Hardcover first edition - A locked-room mystery, introducing criminologist Griffin Scott, owner of a New York advertising agency and connoisseur of antique furniture. 284 pp.

    Condition: Good only in black cloth with blue lettering (dampstaining in the gutters of several pages, some rubbing and wear to the covers, especially the spine.) Lacking the dust jacket.

    Book ID: 48098
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  • OMMIRANDY: Plantation Life at Kingsmill. by Gordon, Armistead C. (1855-1931)
    Gordon, Armistead C. (1855-1931)
    OMMIRANDY: Plantation Life at Kingsmill.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1917. Hardcover first edition - A novel by this historian which falls into the plantation tradition of post-bellum Southern writing as exemplified by Thomas Nelson Page (who co-wrote one book with Gordon), a world of loyal ex-slaves and kindly and concerned masters. Written mostly in dialect, this tells the story of Ommirandy, a former slave who refuses to recognize her own emancipation. When she plans a trip to see her son, she reassures her master and former owner that there are lots of white gentlemen, just like you all over the state who will look after an old-time mammy. Illustrated by Walter Biggs with a frontispiece with a tissue guard and 15 inserted plates on glossy paper. 295 pp.

    Condition: Ex-library but with relatively few markings and overall very good in illustrated art deco cover (some pages were carelessly opened, leaving chips in the margins)

    Book ID: 78543
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  • THE RIDDLE OF THE NIGHT. by Hanshew, Thomas W.
    Hanshew, Thomas W.
    THE RIDDLE OF THE NIGHT.

    Edition: Early reprint.

    New York: A. L. Burt, (c 1915.). Hardcover - "Being a record of a singular adventure of that remarkable detective genius, Hamilton Cleek, The Man of Forty Faces, once known to the police as 'The Vanishing Cracksman' " Glossy frontispiece by Gordon Grant. ix, 319 pp. plus 8 pp of advertisements.

    Condition: Very good in burgundy cloth boards with white lettering and illustration on front cover, lacking the dj. (rubbing to lettering on spine.)

    Book ID: 48195
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  • GEORGINA OF THE RAINBOWS. by Johnston, Annie Fellows (1863-1931)
    Johnston, Annie Fellows (1863-1931)
    GEORGINA OF THE RAINBOWS.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Britton Publishing Co., (1916.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Novel for both young and old by the author of 'The Little Colonel Series.' Although Johnston is closely associated with Kentucky - where she had settled some years before this novel was written - this is set in Provincetown, then a quaint old fishing village, on the tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Illustrated by Ray N. Jackson with a full color frontispiece of 'the real Georgina' and three glossy plates as well as numerous small black and white drawings. 348 pp.

    Condition: Very near fine in blue cloth with gilt lettering in a very good dustjacket. (gift inscription dated in 1917, some minor edgewear to the dj, mostly on the back cover.) Scarce in dust jacket and especially so in this condition.

    Book ID: 46402
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  • THE PRODIGAL JUDGE. by Kester, Vaughan (1869-1911.)
    Kester, Vaughan (1869-1911.)
    THE PRODIGAL JUDGE.

    Edition: First edition.

    Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1911.). Hardcover first edition - The author's most popular book, an ante-bellum novel with settings ranging from North Carolina to Tennessee, with romance, suspense and adventure. Illustrated by M. Leone Bracker. 448 pp

    Condition: Good condition in blue-gray cloth with gilt lettering on spine and front cover, gilt panel on front (a little fraying to the ends of the spine, but gilt is bright and fresh).

    Book ID: 44389
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  • THE DAWN AT SHANTY BAY. by Knowles, Robert E. (1868-1946)
    Knowles, Robert E. (1868-1946)
    THE DAWN AT SHANTY BAY.

    Edition: Hardcover.

    New York: Fleming H Revell Company [1907.]. Hardcover - A Christmas story by this Canadian clergyman and novelist, set at Shanty Bay, a lumber camp in Northern Ontario. Decorative borders on every page, in light green, and illustrated endpapers. Vignettes and tailpieces at each chapter beginning and end. 156 pp.

    Condition: Good only in green cloth with gilt and pink illustration of a cabin in the woods buried in snow (missing frontispiece and title page, but otherwise a tight copy, and quite attractive both in the binding and internally.)

    Book ID: 39508
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  • GAME FOR THREE LOSERS. by Lustgarten, Edgar.
    Lustgarten, Edgar.
    GAME FOR THREE LOSERS.

    Edition: First US printing.

    New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1952. dj. Hardcover first edition - A novel of pyschological suspense - involving a seductive secretary, her boyfriend who likes good food and cigarettes, but not work, and the MP who hired Miss Chalmers - culminating in a dramatic courtroom scene. 211 pp. Dust jacket design by Adolph Hallman.

    Condition: Very good in a good only dust jacket (prev owner's name, loss of about half an inch at the top of the dj spine, chips and edgewear, rubbing on the folds - but a still quite attractive vintage front cover.)

    Book ID: 38880
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  • SYLVIA & MICHAEL: The Later Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett. by Mackenzie, Compton.
    Mackenzie, Compton.
    SYLVIA & MICHAEL: The Later Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett.

    Edition: First US printing.

    New York: Harper & Brothers, (1919.). Hardcover first edition - The third novel in the Sylvia trilogy, set in Eastern Europe during the first World War. 323 pp

    Condition: Good only in teal boards with a black cloth spine, gilt lettering - some fraying to the top end of the spine, cracked at title page and rear hinge.

    Book ID: 38941
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  • DAPHNE'S DECISION or Which Shall It Be? A Story for Children. by Marshall, Emma [Martin, 1830-1899].
    Marshall, Emma [Martin, 1830-1899].
    DAPHNE'S DECISION or Which Shall It Be? A Story for Children.

    Edition: First American edition.

    New York: Robert Carter and Brothers, 1887. Hardcover first edition - An uncommon first edition of this long children's novel by this very prolific - and in her time, very popular - writer from Bristol, England. Illustrated with a frontispiece, and 5 plates. 396 pp.

    Condition: Very good+ in original emerald green cloth with gilt lettering on the spine, black decorations on front cover and spine, floral endpapers. A few signatures slightly pulled, but still tight, minor shelfwear to the edges of the boards, previous owner's name.

    Book ID: 40008
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  • THE CARDINAL'S PAWN: How Florence Set, How Venice Checked, and How the Game Fell Out. by Montgomery, K.L.
    Montgomery, K.L.
    THE CARDINAL'S PAWN: How Florence Set, How Venice Checked, and How the Game Fell Out.

    Edition: First US printing.

    Chicago/ London: A.C. McClurg/ T. Fisher Unwin, 1910. Hardcover first edition - The author's first novel, an historical romance set in Italy, and published as a title in Unwin's First Novel Library. Contemporary reviews were very complimentary with The Guardian mentioning Montgomery's great gifts and her promise and Punch stating that "there is no page in this enthralling book but glows with colour and is alive with the stir of adventure." 293 pp.

    Condition: Fair condition only in red cloth with pasted on illustration on the front cover (missing frontispiece, soiling to pp 274-75, front hinge cracking, wear to covers)

    Book ID: 74471
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  • ENCLYCLOPEDIA OF MUSIC: Elementary, Techinical, Historical, Biographical, Vocal and Instrumental, to which is added an Appendix introducing Musical Events to 1870. by Moore, John W.
    Moore, John W.
    ENCLYCLOPEDIA OF MUSIC: Elementary, Techinical, Historical, Biographical, Vocal and Instrumental, to which is added an Appendix introducing Musical Events to 1870.

    Edition: Later printing.

    Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., (1880.). Hardcover - A massive reference originally published in 1852. 1004 pp plus a 45 pp. appendix with a separate title page: Appendix to Encyclopedia of Music, Containing events and information occurring since the main work was issued. 1875. Includes some scores and musical notations.

    Condition: Good only in original embossed brown cloth - wear to the covers, fraying to the ends of the spine, title page partially detached, some tidemarks to the edges of the textblock, not affecting the contents. Uncommon and still quite readable and usable.

    Book ID: 40158
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  • THE INCOMPLETE AMORIST. by Nesbit, E.
    Nesbit, E.
    THE INCOMPLETE AMORIST.

    Edition: First US printing.

    New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., Inc., 1906. Hardcover first edition - A lovely copy of this rather uncommon romance novel for adults by a writer best known for her children's books (including the beloved "The Railway Children." Illustrated with a frontispiece and 7 inserted plates (1 plate is missing) by Gilbert Underwood. 356 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in lavender cloth with gilt lettering and a pasted-on illustration on the upper portion of the front cover - a few corners are dogeared but overall a straight, bright and clean copy.

    Book ID: 35131
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  • Norris, Kathleen.
    TREEHAVEN.

    Edition: Reprint.

    Philadelphia: Blakiston / Triangle, (c 1932.) dj. Hardcover - The dust jacket describes this as "A Tender Romance of a Girl Who Chose Love Instead of Security" - but it is instead a chronicle of the gradual growth to maturity of a young girl, one of four sisters raised with every privilege on a secluded ranch just south of San Francisco, who falls in love with a married man, and when that romance turns to disaster, abruptly marries a poor man, a mountain guide, and learns what a struggle life can be. Notable for its descriptions of the settings - the coastal hills of the ranch, the small town where she lives in poverty with her two small children,…

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    Philadelphia: Blakiston / Triangle, (c 1932.) dj. Hardcover - The dust jacket describes this as "A Tender Romance of a Girl Who Chose Love Instead of Security" - but it is instead a chronicle of the gradual growth to maturity of a young girl, one of four sisters raised with every privilege on a secluded ranch just south of San Francisco, who falls in love with a married man, and when that romance turns to disaster, abruptly marries a poor man, a mountain guide, and learns what a struggle life can be. Notable for its descriptions of the settings - the coastal hills of the ranch, the small town where she lives in poverty with her two small children, the camp in the Sierras. 343 pp. Attractive dust jacket art.

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    Condition: Good only in a very good dust jacket. (usual severe toning to the pages, 2 sheets detached but present.)

    Book ID: 37785
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  • UNDER TWO FLAGS. by Ouida (de La Rame, Louisa, 1839-1908)
    Ouida (de La Rame, Louisa, 1839-1908)
    UNDER TWO FLAGS.

    Edition: First thus- a photoplay edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1936). Hardcover - Ouida's best known novel originally published in 1867, which tells the story of an English aristocrat, apparently in disgrace, who disappears and joins a French battalion in Algeria, loosely based on the Foreign Legion. This photoplay edition was issued in conjunction with the 4th film based on this book directed by Frank Lloyd and starring Ronald Colman, Claudette Colbert, Victor McLaglen and Rosalind Russell. Text is preceded by four full page photos from the movie, endpapers feature another movie scene. 601 pp.

    Condition: Very good in orange cloth with black lettering on spine and front cover, no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 74465
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  • Phelps [Ward], Elizabeth Stuart (1844-1911)
    A SINGULAR LIFE.

    Edition: Reprint.

    New York: A. Wessels Company , 1901. Hardcover - An early edition, published just a few years after its first appearance in 1894, of one of the best known novels of this prolific feminist writer, who also wrote poetry, essays and children's books in addition to novels. The book begins with a discussion by seminarians on Charles Darwin: 'There were seven of them at the table that day, and they were talking about heredity. At least they were talking about whatever stood for heredity at the date of our history. The word had penetrated to religious circles at the time; but it was still interpreted with a free personal translation. ' This novel is the story of one of…

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    New York: A. Wessels Company , 1901. Hardcover - An early edition, published just a few years after its first appearance in 1894, of one of the best known novels of this prolific feminist writer, who also wrote poetry, essays and children's books in addition to novels. The book begins with a discussion by seminarians on Charles Darwin: 'There were seven of them at the table that day, and they were talking about heredity. At least they were talking about whatever stood for heredity at the date of our history. The word had penetrated to religious circles at the time; but it was still interpreted with a free personal translation. ' This novel is the story of one of those young students, Emanuel Bayard, whose life was 'singular' in its helpfulness, sincerity and unselfishness. 426 pp plus 2 pp of advertisements for Phelps's books.

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    Condition: Very good in light blue cloth with white lettering on the spine and front cover (some rubbing to the lettering on the spine.

    Book ID: 32273
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  • Van Dine, S. S.
    THE BISHOP MURDER CASE: A Philo Vance Story.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Scribner's, 1929. Hardcover - with seal on copyright page.

    Condition: A poor copy of this classic mystery - spine slant, wear to black cloth covers, binding cracked before half title page, prev owner's name dated 1929.

    Book ID: 20727
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  • THE FEATHERED SERPENT. by Wallace, Edgar.
    Wallace, Edgar.
    THE FEATHERED SERPENT.

    Edition: Early reprint.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (c. 1928.). Hardcover - Vintage 1920s mystery by this classic writer.

    Condition: Very good in black cloth with red-orange lettering, no dustjacket.

    Book ID: 27237
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