WEEKLY E-LIST #35

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American Magazine Literary First Appearances

35-1. Stephen Crane. “A Tent in Agony” in The Cosmopolitan, December 1892. Octavo. VG. sold

35-2. Stephen Crane. “A Tale for Mere Chance” in The Pocket Magazine, April 1896. 12mo. VG with light stain to top margin. sold

35-3. Stephen Crane. “A Vast British Blunder” in The Sunday Magazine of the New York Press, February 20, 1898. Octavo. VG. Interior toning. sold

35-4. Emily Dickinson. “In September” in The Youth’s Companion, September 29, 1892. Folio. VG. $40

35-5. Frederick Douglass. “Reconstruction” in The Atlantic Monthly, December 1866. Octavo. VG- with chip to lower right front wrapper and embossing stamp to upper right front wrapper. $40

35-6. Frederick Douglass. “An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage” in The Atlantic, January 1867. Octavo. VG with spotting to front and back wrapper. $40

35-7. F. Scott Fitzgerald. “Mr. Icky (A One-Act Play)” in The Smart Set, March 1920. Octavo. Good with chunk of  upper right front wrapper missing.  Interior toning. $40

35-8. F. Scott Fitzgerald. “The Smilers” in The Smart Set, June 1920. Octavo. VG+.  Interior toning. $125

35-9. Nathaniel Hawthorne. “Chiefly About War-Matters” in The Atlantic Monthly, July 1862. Octavo. VG. Spotting to front wrapper. Hawthorne meets Lincoln. $30

35-10. Ernest Hemingway. “The Killers” in Scribner’s March 1927, Octavo. VG- with soiling to front wrapper. $50

35-11. Ernest Hemingway. “In Another Country” and “A Canary for One” in Scribner’s  April 1927. VG- with an embossing stamp to upper right front wrapper. $50

35-12. Ernest Hemingway. “The Sea Change” in This Quarter, December 1931. Octavo. VG- with chipping to front wrapper edges. $50

35-13. Jack London. “In A Far Country” in The Overland, June 1899. Octavo.  VG+. $125

35-14. Jack London. “The Priestly Prerogative” in The Overland, July 1899. Octavo. VG+. $125

35-15. J. D. Salinger. “The Heart of a Broken Story” in Esquire, September 1941. Small folio. VG+. $75

35-16. J. D. Salinger “Last Day of the Last Furlough” in The Saturday Evening Post, July 15, 1944. Small folio. VG+. $30

35-17. Henry David Thoreau. “The Wellfleet Oystermen” in The Atlantic Monthly, October 1864. Octavo. VG+. $30

35-18. Mark Twain. “The Five Boons of Life” in Harper’s Weekly. Small folio. VG with blind stamp to upper right front wrapper. $20

35-19. Mark Twain. “The $30,000 Bequest” in Harper’s Weekly. Small folio. VG with wear to spine and blind stamp to upper right front wrapper. $30


35-20. Walt Whitman. “Good-Bye, My Fancy” in Lippincott’s, August 1891. Octavo. VG. Ragged right cover edge. $30

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34-1. (Adult humor) National Lampoon 1976 to 1985. Fifty scattered issues. Quartos. VG, with occasional scuffing to covers. $200

34-3. (Art Deco/Business) Fortune Jan-Dec 1940. Small folio. Near fine. All covers and ads bound in. $100

34-4. (Art Deco/Business) Fortune Jan-Dec 1941. Small folio. Near fine. All covers and ads bound in. One spine incorrectly dated. $100

34-5. (Civil War satire) Vanity Fair Vol. 3, Jan 5 to Vol. 4, Dec 28, 1861. Quarto. Binding functional. Contents VG, but lacking three of the first six issues. Front covers bound in except for first three issues. Four random issues from 1862 bound in rear. Indexes bound in. $100

34-6. (Magazine reference/Little Magazines) MacLeod. American Little Magazines of the 1890s (Grolier Club, 2013). Oblong quarto. As new. The best illustrated reference to 1890s little magazines. No copies online. $40

34-7. (Magazine reference/The New Yorker) The Complete Book of Covers From the New Yorker. 1989. Square folio. VG+ in dj. An indispensable catalog of every New Yorker cover from 1925 to 1989. $25

34-8. (Magazine reference/ Poe) Jaffe. Evermore: The Edgar Allan Poe Collection of Susan Tane Jaffe (Grolier Club, 2014). Quarto in dj. Like new. Signed by Jaffe. The best illustrated reference to Poeiana. $30

34-9. (Political campaign ballot) The Republican Ticket. A Free Ballot for the Whole Country. 1884. 11” x 7”. Good, with old folds and one small stain. New Hampshire ballot for Blaine and Logan. $50

34-10. (Presidential campaign cartoons) The Campaign of ‘48/’52/’56 in Washington Star Cartoons (1948/52/56). Quartos. Wrappers. VG. A complete run of the first series. $30

34-11. (Presidential campaign cartoons) The Campaign of ’52 in Washington Star Cartoons 1952. Quarto. VG. Rare hardbound edition produced for Star staff and friends. $30


34-12. (Racist cartoons) Barker’s Komic Picture Souvenir (4th edition) (1898 based on internal evidence). Oblong octavo. Wrappers. 112 pages. Covers creased and worn, spine reinforced, nibbling to first five leaves. Unrecorded edition of Barker’s outrageously racist book of cartoons advertising its agricultural foods and powders. $125

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33- 1. (Architecture) Radford’s Artistic Bungalows. 1908. Quarto. VG+, rubbing to bottom edge of rear board. $50

33-2. (Chinese stereotypes) H. L. Stephens. Fun and Hey Ho – The Lovers of Peking. Square octavo. The McLoughlin edition following the 1867 Hurd and Houghton first.  Fair, spine reinforced with archival tape, a few tears. Color plates bright. $100

33-10. (Illustrated news) Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, Jan 7 to Jun 30, 1888. Folio. Binding worn but sound. Contents VG. $250

33-12. (Political cartoon) James Gillray. A Connoisseur examining a Cooper. Etching. Reveal: 13” x 9.5” Frame: 22” x 17”. Well foxed. King George the III examining a portrait by Cooper of Oliver Cromwell. Not examined outside of frame. $200

33-13. (Story paper) Frank Leslie’s Chimney Corner, Vol. 5, June 1 to Nov. 23, 1867. Folio. Binding worn but sound. Contents VG. $250

33-14. (WWI Comic art). Ted Stanley. Perils of a Private. 1918. Oblong 12mo. VG. $50

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32-2. (Antarctic map) The Monthly Chronicle (Boston), July 1840. Octavo. VG with light foxing. Contains a 10-page article “Antarctic Discoveries,” accompanied by a fold-out map. $150

32-3. (Arctic map) The Monthly Chronicle (Boston), June 1840. Octavo. VG with light foxing. Contains a 25-page article “Arctic Discoveries in America,” accompanied by a full-page map. $150

32-4. (Baseball history) The New York Clipper 1876 Almanac. Small octavo. Good, chips along spine, back cover with paper tape to upper margin and loss to bottom 2”. Five and a half pages devoted to “Baseball Its Early History.” sold

32-5. (Ben Butler greenback) Absolute Irredeemable Money (Boston: probably 1878). Dollar-bill size. VG, one corner nipped, two light folds. $75

32-6. (Ben Butler greenback) Absolute Money (1880). Dollar-bill size. VG+. $100

32-7. (Chicago imprint) The Chicagoan, June 1933. Small folio. Chicago’s elegant version of The New Yorker. VG. $50

32-11. (Socialist magazine) The Comrade, January 1904. Quarto. Near fine. The first illustrated Socialist magazine in America. $40

32-12. (Socialist magazine) The Comrade, February 1904. Quarto. Near fine. $40

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A Seconds Sale of Harper’s Weekly Bound Volumes                        

31-1. Harper’s Weekly, January 3 to December 26, 1857, a complete year. Bound, lacking spine, boards detached. Generally VG, light foxing throughout and crescent stain to the bottom 2”of the first forty-eight pages. Doublespreads tipped in. $200

31-2. Harper’s Weekly, January 5 to December 28, 1861, a near complete year. Previously bound. Generally VG, lacking one ad page, map bound through and trimmed. Doublespreads not tipped in. $400

31-3. Harper’s Weekly, July 6 to December 28, 1861, a complete half year. Bound in leather and marbled boards. Generally fair, scattered soiling and short tears, map bound through and trimmed. Doublespreads not tipped in. $200

31-4. Harper’s Weekly, January 4 to December 27, 1862, a near complete year. Bound in leather and cloth. Generally VG, lacking Homer’s Sharp Shooter. Doublespreads not tipped in. $400

31-5. Harper’s Weekly, January 3 to December 26, 1863, a complete year. Bound in the publisher’s decorated cloth, lacking spine, boards detached. Generally VG, a few loose pages front and rear. Doublspreads tipped in. $400


31-6. Harper’s Weekly, January 3 to December 26, 1868, a near complete year. Bound in the publisher’s decorated binding. Near fine, but lacking the first five of seven Homer prints. Doublespreads tipped in. $200

31-7. Harper’s Weekly, January 2 to December 25, 1869, a near complete year. Bound in leather and cloth. Generally VG, lacking the first of five Homer prints, one page detached and tattered, and with marginally staining to first two issues and progressive marginal staining to last ten. Doublespreads tipped in. $200

31-8. Harper’s Weekly, 1879 to 1885, comprising twenty-six scattered issues from 1879, 1882, and 1885 as well as two Grant Memorial issues of Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper from 1885. Bound in leather and cloth. Generally VG, with three pages excised. Doublespreads tipped in. $100


31-9. Harper’s Weekly, January 8 to June 18, 1881, comprising twenty-four issues, now unbound, but previously thread-bound. Generally fair, with some soiling, especially to covers, and small tears. $100


31-10. Harper’s Weekly, January 6 to December 29, 1883, a complete year. Bound in buckram. Generally VG, some soiling. Doublespreads tipped or folded in. $300

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30-1. (Arts and letters) The Butterfly Quarterly, Summer 1908. Quarto. VG, chipped yapped edges. George Plank’s short-lived little magazine. $40

30-2. (Charlie Chaplin) Direction, October 1940. Quarto. VG. $25

30-3. (Cincinnati imprint) Western Monthly Review, April 1830. Octavo. VG, detached back wrapper. Publisher Carey & Lea’s copy. $25

30-4. (Cincinnati imprint) Western Monthly Review, May 1830. Octavo. VG, detached back wrapper. $25

30-5. (Cincinnati imprint) Western Monthly Magazine, August 1833. Octavo. VG, wrappers soiled, light interior stain. $25

30-6. (William Gropper) Direction, January 1940. Quarto. VG. $25

30-7. (Rockwell Kent) Direction, February 1941. Quarto. VG. $25

30-8. (Sporting magazine) American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine. Four issues: April, August, October, November 1835. Octavo. VG. $100

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19th Century West Coast Imprints

29-1. (Portland) The Sketch, April 16, 1910. Quarto. VG. $30

29-2. (Portland) The Sketch, September 3, 1910. Quarto. VG. $30

29-3. (Portland) The Sketch, April 6, 1911. Small folio. VG. $30

29-5. (Portland) West Shore, January 11, 1890. Quarto. VG, covers soiled, detached. $40

29-6. (Portland) West Shore, February 1, 1890. Quarto. VG, detached covers, chipped back cover. $40

29-7. (Portland) West Shore, July 12, 1890. Quarto. VG, cover soiling. $40

29-8. (Portland) West Shore, July 19, 1890. Quarto. VG. $50

29-9. (Portland) West Shore, August 9, 1890. Quarto. VG. $50

29-10. (Portland) West Shore, October 25, 1890. Small folio. VG, cover soiling. $40

29-11. (San Diego) Golden Era, November and December 1890. Octavo. VG, detached front wrapper. Special San Diego County issue. $50

29-15. (Seattle) Blackwood’s Magazine, December 1905. Octavo. VG, soiling and staining to wrappers. The second of only two issues published. $50

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19th Century Southern Imprints

28-2. (Bethany, VA) Millennial Harbinger, September 1838. Octavo. VG, lots of creased corners. $40

28-3. (Bethany, VA) Millennial Harbinger, July 1848. Octavo. Good, wrappers worn stained and creased. $30

28-4. (Bethany, VA) Millennial Harbinger, August 1848. Octavo. VG, creased corners. $40

28-6. (Bethany, VA) Millennial Harbinger, October 1848. Octavo. VG, spotting and a tear to front wrapper, creased corners. $40

28-7. (Bethany, VA) Millennial Harbinger, December 1848. Octavo. VG, spotting to rear wrapper. $40

28-8. (Charleston, SC) Russell’s Magazine, January 1859. Octavo. Good, soiled edges, lacking back wrapper. $30

28-9. (Charleston, SC) Russell’s Magazine, July 1859. Octavo. Good, back wrapper chipped and detached. $30

28-11. (Charleston, SC) Russell’s Magazine, January 1860. Octavo. VG. $40

28-12. (Charlotte, NC) The Land We Love, November 1866. Octavo. VG with removed label from lower left front wrapper. $40

28-13. (Charlotte, NC) The Land We Love, January 1867. Octavo. VG with general wear to wrappers. $40

28-14. (Charlotte, NC) The Land We Love, February 1867. Octavo. Good with nibbled right top corner. $30

28-15. (Charlotte, NC) The Land We Love, March 1867. Octavo. VG. $40

28-16. (Charlotte, NC) The Land We Love, July 1867. Octavo. VG with label to lower left front wrapper. $40

28-17. (Charlotte, NC) The Land We Love, September 1867. Octavo. VG with label to lower left front wrapper. $40

28-19. (New Orleans) Arts and Letters, August 1887. Quarto. VG. $40

28-20. (New Orleans Arts and Letters, October 1887. Quarto. VG. $40

28-22. (Petersburg, VA) The Farmer’s Register, July 31, 1841. Large octavo. VG. $40

28-23. (Raleigh, NC) Our Living and Our Dead, September 1874.  Octavo. VG with worn right front wrapper edge. $40

28-24. (Raleigh, NC) Our Living and Our Dead, August 1875.  Octavo. Good with chip to right front wrapper and stain to lower margin. $30

28-25. (Raleigh, NC) Our Living and Our Dead, November 1875.  Octavo. Fair with staining to upper half and wear to back wrapper. $30

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Christmas in March II            

The last list was received with near universal acclaim so we decided to do it again!


27-1. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1908. Small folio. VG. Tape to spine. 202 pages. $40


27-2. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1909. Small folio. Tattered covers and spine. VG interior. 180 pages. $40


27-3. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1911. Small folio. Soiled covers. VG interior. 180 pages. $40


27-4. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1917. Small folio. VG. 176 pages. $40


27-5. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1918. Small folio. Light soiling to covers. VG interior. 110 pages. $40


27-6. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1920. Small folio. VG. 98 pages. $40


27-7. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1921. Small folio. VG. 96 pages. $40


27-8. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1922. Small folio. VG. 112 pages. $40


27-9. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1925. Small folio. VG. 100 pages. $40


27-10. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1926. Small folio. VG. 136 pages. $40


27-11. San Francisco Newsletter Christmas Number 1927. Small folio. VG. 136 pages. $40


27-12. San Francisco Wasp and Newsletter Christmas Number 1928. Small folio. VG. 112 pages. $40


27-13. San Francisco Wasp and Newsletter 75th Anniversary Number 1931. Small folio. Soiled covers. VG interior. 98 pages. $40

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Christmas in March…Why Not?

         

26-1. Harper’s Weekly Christmas Number, December 12, 1903. Quarto. VG, with embossing stamp to front cover. Henry McCarter (cover), Robert W. Chambers, W. Granville Smith, W. T. Smedley, T. de Thulstrup, Sergeant Kendall, W. Glackens, Hall Caine, William Dean Howells, Maynard Dixon, Mary Wilkins-Freeman, Thomas Hardy, Clarence Underwood, Sarah Stilwell, Albert Besnard, Albert Levering, Alice Barber Stephens.  $25


26-2. Harper’s Weekly Christmas Number, December 5, 1905. Quarto. VG, with embossing stamp to front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. Stanley Arthurs, John Kendrick Bangs, Peter Newell, Margaret Eckerson, Alice Barber Stephens, William Dean Howells, George Ade, Albert Levering, Harriet Prescott Spofford, Burgess Johnson.  $25


26-3. Harper’s Weekly Christmas Number, December 14, 1912. Folio. VG, with embossing stamp to front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. C. H. Forbell, Rodney Thomson, Anton Otto Fischer, Will Foster (center), W. H. D. Koerner, F. Strothmann. $25


26-4. Leslie’s Weekly Christmas Number, December 19, 1901. Folio. Good, detached covers, ragged edges. William deLeftwich Dodge (cover), Bret Harte, Thomas Nast (centerspread with staple burns; Nast’s last Santa), R. K. Munkittrick, C. J. Taylor. $25


26-5. Leslie’s Weekly Christmas and Semi-Centennial Number, December 14, 1905. Folio. VG (one ad page clipped). B. Cory Kilvert (cover), Louis Wain. Included in this issue is a complete reproduction of Leslie’s first issue. $25


26-6. Leslie’s Weekly Christmas Number, December 13, 1906. Folio. VG. Walter Tittle (cover), T. Dart Walker, Florence Noseworthy. $25


26-7. Leslie’s Weekly Christmas Number, December 8, 1910. Folio. VG, with embossing stamp to front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. A. G. Hull (cover), George Kerr, James Montgomery Flagg (center), Zim, George Jean Nathan, T. Dart Walker.  $25


26-8. Leslie’s Weekly Christmas Number, December 7, 1911. Folio. VG, with embossing stamp to front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. L. A. Shafer (cover), Grant Hamilton.  $25


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25-1. (Architecture) Frank Lloyd Wright house plans, Ladies’ Home Journal, February 1901, July 1901, and April 1907. Folios. 1901 issues VG+, 1907 issue poor, with rough spine, detached covers, and marginal staining. Complete issues. $50/lot

25-4. (Civil War) Benjamin Butler caricature, Vanity Fair, June 28, 1862. Octavo. VG+. Complete issue. $20

25-9. (Illustrators) Everett Shinn cover art, Harper’s Weekly, May 23, 1914. Tall quarto. VG with vertical crease. Complete issue.Referencing the Colorado Mine massacre. $20

25-11. (Illustrators) Frederic Remington centerspreads, Harper’s Weekly, November 3, 1900 and March 2, 1901. Folios. VG+. Complete issues. $20/pair

25-12. (Illustrators) A. B. Frost centerspreads, Harper’s Weekly, January 12, 1901 and February 16, 1901. Folios. VG+. Complete issues. $20/pair

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24-1. (American Illustrators) Norman Rockwell cover art, Life, August 12 1920. Quarto. VG, with two light vertical creases. $20

24-2. (American Illustrators) Norman Rockwell cover art, Saturday Evening Post, January 24, 1948. Small folio. VG. $20

24-3. (American Illustrators) Norman Rockwell cover art, Saturday Evening Post, March 30, 1940. Small folio. VG. $20

24-4. (American Illustrators) Norman Rockwell cover art, Saturday Evening Post, July 9, 1949. Small folio. VG. $20

24-5. (Art Deco) Stuart Leech cover art, Dance Magazine, December 1931. Quarto. VG. $30

24-6. (Art Deco) Frank MacIntosh cover art, Asia Magazine, December 1932. Quarto. VG. $20

24-7. (Art Deco) Frank MacIntosh cover art, Asia Magazine, October 1928. Quarto. VG. $20

24-10. (Civil War) Topographical Map of Virginia and View of the Capitol. Lettersheet. 10” x 8”. 1861. VG, slight loss to corners. $50


24-12. (Trade Catalog) Cortland Mfg. Co. Fine Carriages. c. 1880. Oblong 12mo. Leatherette binder. 24 pages. Good. $40

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23-3. (Political Cartoons) Joseph Keppler. Forbidding the Banns in Puck, August 25, 1880. Small folio. Near fine. Complete issue. $20

23-4. (Women’s Suffrage) F. Opper. Belva Lockwood (and Ben Butler) on the cover of Puck, September 17, 1884. Small folio. VG+. Complete issue. $30

23-5. (Native Americans) California Number, Life, March 18, 1920. Quarto. VG+. Complete issue. $20

23-7. (Photography) The Modern Conquerer in Judge, May 18, 1889. Small folio. VG+. $20

23-8. (Football) Cover art, Harper’s Weekly, November 30, 1912. Folio. VG+. $20

23-9. (U. S. Presidents) The New Rider (Woodrow Wilson), Harper’s Weekly, July 13, 1912. Folio. VG. $20

23-10. (U. S.  Presidents) The Victors (Wilson and Marshall), Harper’s Weekly November 9, 1912. Folio. VG+. $20


23-12. (American Literature) Ernest Hemingway. The Snows of Kilimanjaro in The Sixth New Year (Chicago: Esquire, 1939) Octavo. Limited edition salesman book. First appearance in book form. $50

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22-1. (American Illustrators/Baseball) JC Leyendecker cover art, Collier’s, October 9, 1915. Folio. VG+. Complete issue. $75

22-2. (American Illustrators/Baseball) JC Leyendecker cover art, Collier’s, October 14, 1916. Folio. Near fine, with 5” paper square affixed to back cover, a JCL Arrow Shirt advertisement. Complete issue. $50

22-3. (American Illustrators/WWI) Norman Rockwell cover art, Life, August 15, 1918. Quarto. VG+, with very light vertical crease. Complete issue. $20

22-4. (American Illustrators/WWI) Norman Rockwell cover art, Life, November 7, 1918. Quarto. VG, with light vertical crease. Complete issue. $20

22-5. (American Illustrators/WWI) Norman Rockwell cover art, Life, December 19, 1918. Quarto. VG+, with light vertical crease. Complete issue. $20

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21-2. (American Illustrators/Fade-Away Girl) Coles Phillips cover art, Good Housekeeping, May 1913. Octavo. Fair, with embossing stamp to upper right cover and remnants of 5” paper square affixed to back cover. $25

21-3. (American Illustrators/Fade-Away Girl) Coles Phillips cover art, Good Housekeeping, July 1914. Octavo. Fair, with remnants of 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Kewpie pages inside. $25

21-4. (American Illustrators/Fade-Away Girl) Coles Phillips cover art, Good Housekeeping, August 1914. Octavo. Fair, with embossing stamp to upper right cover and remnants of 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Kewpie pages inside. $25

21-5. (American Illustrators/Fade-Away Girl) Coles Phillips cover art, Good Housekeeping, September 1914. Octavo. Fair, with vertical crease, embossing stamp to upper right cover and remnants of 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Kewpie Pages inside. $25

21-6. (American Illustrators/Fade-Away Girl) Coles Phillips cover art, Good Housekeeping, October 1914. Octavo. Fair, with embossing stamp to upper right cover and remnants of 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Kewpie pages inside. $25

21-7. (American Illustrators/Fade-Away Girl) Coles Phillips cover art, Good Housekeeping, November 1914. Octavo. Fair, with embossing stamp to upper right cover and remnants of 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Kewpie pages inside.  $25

21-8. (American Illustrators/Football) JC Leyendecker cover art, Collier’s, November 28, 1914. Small folio. Near fine, with embossing stamp to upper right corner and 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Complete issue. $50

21-9. (American Illustrators/Kewpies) Rose O’Neill cover art, Good Housekeeping, June 1914. Octavo. Fair, with embossing stamp to upper right cover and remnants of 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Kewpie pages inside.  $30

21-10. (American Illustrators/Skiing) W. A. Rogers cover art, Harper’s Weekly, March 4, 1899. Folio. Near fine, with embossing stamp to upper right corner. Complete issue. $20

21-11. (American Illustrators/Nude) JC Leyendecker cover art, Collier’s, March 23, 1907. Folio. VG+, with embossing stamp to upper right corner and 5” paper square affixed to back cover. Complete issue. $40

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20-3. [American Illustrators] Harrison Fisher cover art, Ladies’ Home Journal. 10/1903 and 9/1905: Folios VG. Complete issues. $20/lot


20-4. [American Presidents] Sermon on the Death of President Garfield. All Sainted Church, Philadelphia, September 25, 1881, by the Rev. John T. Magrath. Octovo. VG. Remnants of adhesive along spine. $20


20-7. [Sports] Water skiing cover art, Modern Priscilla. August 1917. Small folio. VG, with quarter-sized spot to upper left and light soiling. $20


20-8. [Story Paper] Boston Saturday Rambler. Two complete issues from 1849: 9/29, 12/1. Broadsheets. Fair. Edge wear. Soiling. $20/lot


20-9. [Story Paper] The American Union. Five complete issues from 1850: 11/2 through 11/30. Broadsheets. Fair, with considerable edge wear. $50/lot


20-10. [Story Paper] Street and Smith New York Weekly. Six complete issues from 1861: 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1, 8/22, 9/25. Broadsheets. Good/VG, with modest wear to folds and edges. $60/lot


20-11. [Victorian Architecture] Shoppell’s Modern Houses. No. 14. 1889. Small folio. Good, soiling. Crescent stain to the outer margin of ten pages. Complete issue. $20

20-12. [Victorian Architecture] Shoppell’s Modern Houses. No. 41. 1896. Small folio. VG, soiling to wrappers. Complete issue. $29

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19-2. (Frank Beard) Edward Eggleston. The Hoosier Schoolmaster (NY: Orange Judd, 1871, later printing). Illustrated by Beard. $10

19-3. Gelett Burgess. Goops and How to Be Them (NY: Stokes, 1900, later printing). Quarto. $10

19-13. (Jay Hambidge) Alfred Henry Lewis. The President (NY: Stokes, 1904). Illustrated by Hambidge. $10

19-18. Augustus Hoppin. Recollections of Auton House (Boston: Houghton, 1882, later printing). Hoppin’s memories of his south in Rhode Island, slightly fictionalized. $10

19-21. (George Luks) Alfred Henry Lewis. Sandburrs (NY: Stokes, 1900, second edition). Illustrated by Luks and Horace Taylor. Reprinted from The Verdict. $10

19-24. (Rose O’Neill) Harry Leon Wilson. The Lions of the Lord (Boston: Lathrop, 1903). Illustrated by Rose O’Neill (his wife). $10

19-26. (Maxfield Parrish) Coy Ludwig. Maxfield Parrish (NY: Watson-Guptill, 1973, later printing). In dj. Small folio. $10

19-28. John Sartain. Reminiscences of a Very Old Man (NY: Appleton’s, 1899). $20

19-31. (H. L. Stephens) Theodore Tilton. Golden Haired Gertrude (NY: Tibbals and Whiting, 1865). Illustrated by Stephens. $20

19-32. (C. J. Taylor) R. K. Munkittrick. The Moon Prince and Other Nabobs (NY: Harpers, 1892, later printing). Illustrated by Taylor and Frank Ver Beck. Sprung page. $10

19-36. Tom Toles. Now Who Do We Have to Blame? (Kansas City: Andrews, McMeel, 2005). New. $5

19-37. (Thomas Worth) W. H. H. Murray. How Deacon Tubman and Parson Whitney Kept New Year’s (Boston: Cupples and Hurd, 1888). Illustrated by Worth. $10

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18-2. [American Illustrators] J. C. Leyendecker Cover Art, “Love Laughs at Locksmiths.” Up To Date, March 12, 1898. Quarto. Poor/Fair, with stains, soiling, and a chipper lower left corner. Complete issue. $40

18-5. [American Illustrators] Valentine Sandburg Cover Art, Life, May 18, 1905 (quarto, near fine) and Harper’s Weekly, December 23, 1911 (folio, VG, with vertical crease and 5” paper square pasted to back cover). Complete issues. $20/pair.

18-7. [American Illustrators] Jessie Willcox Smith Cover Art, Woman’s Home Companion, October 1898. Folio. VG. Complete issue. $25.

18-8. [American Illustrators] Jessie Willcox Smith. Dickens’s Children (NY: Scribner’s, 1912). Quarto. Binding VG, a bit bowed. Contents near fine. Front panel of DJ laid in. First edition. Title page and copyright page agree. $20

18-9. [Architecture] Frank Lloyd Wright Number, Architectural Forum, January 1948. Small folio. VG, back cover detached. Complete issue. Nearly 100 pages devoted to Wright’s work. $40


18-12. [Shark Fishing] P. J. Monahan. “Shark-Fishing – An Exciting Summer Sport.” Leslie’s Weekly, September 12, 1907. Folio. Near fine, 5” paper square pasted to back cover. Complete issue. $20

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17-2. [U. S. Presidents] Charles Magnus. “The Presidents of Our Great Republic.” (New York). c. 1853. Engraving on tinted paper. 11.5” x 9”. Near fine. $75

17-5. [Napoleon] [Napoleon, his wife Josephine, and step-children Hortense and Eugene] c. 1830. Engravings. VG on tinted paper. Light general wear and smudging. In black and white, except Josephine’s dress, which is light blue. I’m guessing this is a proof sheet of engravings intended for a book on Napoleon. Any Napoleon bibliophiles out there to enlighten me? $75

17-6. [Firemen] “Metropolitan Fire Department.” Wood-engraved doublespread in Harper’s Weekly January 13, 1866. Folio. Complete issue. VG+. $20

17-7. [Horse-Racing] Alfred Waud. “Inauguration of the Race-Course of the Jockey Club, Jerome Park.” Wood-engraved doublespread in Harper’s Weekly, October 13, 1866. Folio. Complete issue. VG- with tears to left and right margins at the horizontal fold and a tear to the bottom of the vertical fold. $20

17-8. [Baltimore] “Baltimore. From Fort Federal Hill, and Scenes in Druid Hill Park.” Wood-engraved fold-out from Appleton’s Journal 1869. 15” x 21.5”. VG- with old folds and a stain from old tape in the right margin. $30

17-11. [Wm. McKinley] Leslie’s Weekly National Republican Convention Number, June 23, 1900. Folio. VG+. $20

17-12. [Wm. McKinley] Harper’s Weekly Memorial Number, September 28, 1901. Folio. VG+. $20

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15-1. [Photography] The Photo Beacon (Chicago). Octavo. Binding fair, worn. Contents near fine. Volume 14 (Jan-Dec 1902) plus Nov and Dec 1901, bound in front, a total of fourteen issues. $40

15-3. [American Illustrators] Two issues of Harper’s Weekly from 1913, featuring cover art by John Sloan. Small folios. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5“ paper square pasted to back cover. $20/lot.

15-4. [American Illustrators] Two issues of Collier’s from 1921 and 1925 featuring cover art by W. T. Benda. Small folios. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. $20/lot.

15-7. [American Illustrators] Seven issues of Collier’s from 1915, 1919, and 1924 featuring cover art by Penrhyn Stanlaws. Small folios. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. $60/lot.

15-8. [American illustrators] Three issues of Collier’s from 1949-50 featuring cover art by Stan and Jan Berenstain. Small folios. Near fine, except for a 5” paper square pasted to back cover. $20

15-13. [WWII/Ernest Hemingway] Three issues of Collier’s from 1944 featuring war dispatches by Ernest Hemingway from France. Small folios. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. $50/lot.

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14-3. [Western Americana] Special Nevada Number of Harper’s Weekly, June 20, 1903. Quarto. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover. Seventeen fully illustrated pages devoted to the state. $25

14-4. [World’s Fair] The St. Louis World’s Fair Number of Harper’s Weekly, April 30, 1904. Quarto. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover. And 5” paper square pasted to rear cover. Twenty-five fully illustrated pages devoted to the fair, including to doublespread photos. $25

14-6. [Ice Skating] Two issues of Collier’s from 1937 featuring ice skating cover art. Small folios. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. $20/lot.

14-7. [Sking] Two issues of Collier’s from 1937 featuring skiing cover art. Small folios. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. $20/lot.

14-8. [Golf] Two issues of Collier’s from 1924 and 1926 featuring golf cover art. Small folios. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5” paper square pasted to back cover. $20/lot.

14-9. [Motorcycles] Cover art featuring two men riding a motorcycle in Leslie’s Weekly, October 31, 1912. Folio. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5“ paper square pasted to back cover. One interior ad page ripped and creased. $20.

14-11. [Charles M. Russell] Cover art by Charles M. Russell in Leslie’s Weekly, June 27, 1901. Folio. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5“ paper square pasted to back cover. $40

14-12. [Andrew Carnegie] Cover art in Leslie’s Weekly, January 19, 1911. Small folio. Near fine, except for embossing stamp to top right front cover and 5“ paper square pasted to back cover. $20/lot.

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13-1. [News] Niles Weekly Register, Vol. 11 (September 1816 to March 1817). Octavo. Binding leather and marbled boards, fair, worn but sound. Contents VG with toning. Semi-annual index bound in. $75

13-3. [News] Niles Weekly Register, Vol. 21 (September 1821 to March 1822). Octavo. Binding leather and marbled boards, poor, worn but sound. Contents VG with toning. Semi-annual index bound in. $75

13-4. [News] Niles Weekly Register, Vol. 22 (March 1822 to September 1822). Octavo. Binding leather and marbled boards, fair, worn but sound. Contents VG with toning. Semi-annual index bound in. $75

13-6. [Map] George Walker pocket map of Boston, 1883. 19″ x 20″  Map near fine. Stiff wrappers scuffed. $75

13-7. [Map] George Cram pocket map of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 1898. 18″ x 23″  Map near fine. Stiff wrappers scuffed. 32-page key. $75

13-8. [Map] George Cram pocket map of Ohio, 1887. 18″ x 23″  Map near fine. Stiff wrappers scuffed. 48-page key. $75

13-9. [American illustrators] Maxfield Parrish 1899 Life Christmas issue. Cover only. Quarto. VG+. $50

13-10. [American illustrators] Maxfield Parrish cover art, Life magazine, January 5 1922. Complete issue. Quarto. Generally VG with light soiling and a vertical crease. $25

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12-6. [American illustration] Coles Phillips cover art, Saturday Evening Post, February 17, 1923 (Philadelphia). Small folio. VG+. Complete issue. $20


12-7. [Hollywood] Lion’s Roar (New York). Jul-Aug 1942. Square small folio. Worn covers. VG interior. $30


12-8. [Hollywood] Lion’s Roar (New York). Sep-Oct 1942. Square small folio. Spine effaced. Covers detached and worn. VG interior. $30


12-9. [Fashion] Ladies’ Home Journal Monthly Style Book May 1911. (Philadelphia). Small folio. 12 pages. VG+. $20

12-10. [Fashion] Pictorial Review (New York). Three issues, each lacking paper doll page. June 1913, July 1923, and October 1923. Folios. VG. $25/lot

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11-1. [Alphonse Mucha] The Burr McIntosh Monthly, December 1907. (New York) Narrow quarto. General edge wear, one tear to lower left corner. $75

11-3. [Boating] The Rudder How-To and What-To Build Books Catalog. (New York) c. 1910. Quarto. Canvas tape to spine. Stain to extreme upper outer corner. 28 pages. $25

11-4. [Photographic views] San Francisco. (San Francisco) 1904. Oblong quarto. Covers rough. Contents near fine.  Large Albertypes of San Francisco pre-fire. $40

11-5. [Photographic views] Views of San Francisco and Vicinity. (San Francisco) c. 1905. Oblong quarto. Spotting and wear to wrappers. Contents near fine. Pre-fire. $25

11-6. [Photographic views] San Francisco and Vicinity Before and After the Fire. (San Francisco) 1906. Oblong quarto. Wear and tape to front cover. Contents VG with some marginal smudging. $20

11-7. [Women’s Suffrage] The Champions of Woman’s Suffrage from Harper’s Bazar, June 12 1869 (New York) Small folio. Singler sheet. VG, toned at edges. $20

11-8. [Lincoln] Lincoln Family. (Philadelphia, c. 1865) Steel engraving by Walter, published by Dainty. 9.5” x 8.”. VG, light soiling to margins. Paper is off-white, not yellow as in the photo. $75

11-11. [Factory views] Views of a New England tool factory. c. 1850. 10″ x 13″. A quartet of tinted lithographs mounted on one sheet. VG with marginal stains. $25

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10-1. [American Illustrators] A Mere Slip of a Girl by Coles Phillips, Life November 18, 1920. Quarto. VG. Complete issue. $20

10-2. [American Illustrators] Van Mook of the Indies by Arthur Szyk, Time August 18, 1941. Quarto. VG. Complete issue. $20

10-3. [American Illustrators] Courage, Little Woman by Rea Irvin, the Movie Number, Life June 10, 1920. Quarto. Near fine. Hollywood humor. Complete issue. $30

10-4. [American Illustrators] Dancer in the spotlight by H. O. Hofman, Beau, The Man’s Magazine, July 1927. Quarto. Near fine. Complete issue. $75

10-8. [Posada] El Fusilamiento de Jesus Negrete.1910. 11.75” 7.75” Good with light staining. A handbill relating the latest news of the execution of popular Mexican outlaw Jesus Negrete. $100

10-9. [Letterhead view] Bird’s-Eye View of Cincinnati. c.1870.  11’ x 8.5” VG, toned. Hand-colored. $30

10-10. [Letterhead view] Toledo. c.1870.  11’ x 8.5” VG, toned. $30

10-11. [Letterhead view] Milwaukee. c.1870.  11’ x 8.5” VG, toned. $30

10-12. [Letterhead view] Washington, DC. c. 1860. 11” x 8.5” VG. Fascinating view depicting the projected Washington monument, with a colonnade base. $30

10-13. [Letterhead map] Map of the City of Newark. 1853. 11” x 8.5” bifolium. Hand-colored. Good with toning to edges. $30


10-14. [Letterhead map] Map of the City of Buffalo. c. 1855. 11 x 8.5” bifolium. Hand-colored. Good with toning to edges. $30

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9-2. [Bicycles] 50 Years of Schwinn-Built Bicycles 1895-1945 (Chicago) Quarto. VG+. Illustrated history of the legendary brand. $25

9-3. [Civil War Song Sheet] A Yankee Man-of-War (New York) Handbill. Near fine. Hand-colored. Tight trim to lower margin. sold

9.4 [Civil War Song Sheet] The Dying Soldier to His Mother (New York) c. 1861. Handbill. Near fine. Elaborately hand-colored. $30

9-5. [Poster arts] Chi. Photo. Eng. Co. Poster Makers (Chicago) 1896. 14” x 9” on card stock. Good, with general light soiling. A promotional piece. $50

9-6. [Presidential Campaigns] The Republican Ticket Blaine and Logan (likely Concord) 1884. 13.25” 7”. Good, with creasing and a few stains. An illustrated ballot published by the New Hampshire Republican Party.  $50

9-7. [Presidential Campaigns] Bartlett. The Live and Public Services of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln (Cincinnati) 1860. Octavo. Good, spine faded and mottled. Contents VG with foxing. $50 

9-8. [Civil War] Headley. The Great Rebellion (Washington) 1898. Two volumes. Octavos in yellow wrappers. VG, interior toned. $25

9-9. [Presidents-MVB] Martin Van Buren. Eighth President of the United States (likely Hartford) c. 1840s. Lithograph. 14.5” x 11”. Good, with marginal stains. Likely a Kellogg print. $30

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8-1. [French Revolution] The Graphic Vol. 1 (Dec 4, 1869- Jun 25,1870) (London).  Folio. VG. $100

8-2. [French Revolution/Dickens] Every Saturday Vol. 3 (Jul 2- Dec 31, 1870) (Boston).   Folio. Binding fair, hinges weak, starting (spine says 1880). Contents VG. $100

8-3. [Bird’s Eye/Advertisement] Keeler’s Oyster House and Restaurant (Albany) 1886. 12” x 11.5” VG, old folds. A lovely bird’s eye of Albany, NY, with key, compliments of Keeler’s. $75

8-4. [Golden Age of Illustration] Saunders/Parrish. The Knave of Hearts (New York) 1924. Square small folio. VG covers, with crease and small loss to lower outer corner. Contents near fine. $125

8-5. [1936 Election] Republican National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio, June 9, 1936. Small folio. Covers fair, faded, worn, chipped. Contents VG+ 236 pages. $5

8-7. [1876 Centennial] Currier & Ives. Horticultural Hall. Grand United States Centennial Exhibition 1876 (New York) Hand-colored lithograph. 9.75” x 13”.  VG, with discoloration, a tear, and a chip in title bar. $50

8-9. [Washington Inauguration Commemorative] The Mail & Express Souvenir George Washington, April 29-30, 1889 (New York) Mammoth sheet. VG, toning, old folds, wear to a few points. 4 pages. $20

8-10. [Vol. 1, No. 1] Elbert Hubbard. The Philistine, No. 1, June 1895 (Cambridge, MA) 12mo. Near fine with darkened spine. The true first printing issued in cream wrappers and printed in Massachusetts. $50

8-11. [Hand-colored Letterhead] Charles Magnus. United-States Firemen (New York). Lettersheet. c. 1860. Near fine with light toning to edges. $20

8-12. [Hand-colored Letterhead] Charles Magnus. Bowling Green (New York). Lettersheet. c. 1860. Near fine with toning to edges. $20

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7-1. [Art Nouveau/Skating] Charpiot. The Lotus. January 15, 1896 (Kansas City, Mo, 1896). Narrow octavo. Cover art by the neglected Charles Charpiot. $20

7-2. [Civil War/Slavery] “The Results of Secession.” 1861. Patriotic Envelope. 3” x 5.75” VG, soiled, right seam opened. $20

7-3. [Civil War/Piracy] “Blood Money; or How Southern Rebels Encourage Piracy.” 1861. Patriotic Envelope. 3” x 5.75. VG. $20

7-4. [Civil War/Winfield Scott] ”Scott’s Hold on the Secessionists” and Jeff in a tight place, he won’t get off “Scott free.” 1861. Patriotic envelopes. 3” x 5.75” VG. $20/pair.

7-5. [Civil War/Lincoln] “They Can Afford to Do a Wrong. I Cannot.” 1861. Patriotic envelope. 3” x 5.75” VG+. $50

7-6. [19th Century Color Printing] Souvenir of the Youth’s Companion 1893. Oblong 12mo. VG+ 16 pages. A history and a tour. $30

7-7. [Lafayette] John Quincy Adams. Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier de LaFayette (Washington, 1835). Octavo. VG, loss to spine. 96 pages. $20

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6-1. [Guide to Boston] Midgley. Boston Sights, or Hand-Book for Visitors (Boston, 1859). 12mo. Binding good, wear to spine. Contents VG, foldout map present, ragged edges. $40

6-3. [Niagara Falls] Samuel W. Hale. An Open Letter regarding the efforts to Save the Scenery of Niagara Falls. Octavo. Dated February 1885 and signed by “S. W. Hale, Governor, N.H.” Hale served as governor of New Hampshire from 1883-to 85. $50

6-4. [Map and Restaurant Menu] Graphic Map of Golden Gate Park. c. 1920s. Narrow octavo. Foldout map and key, along with the menu for Compton’s Restaurants of San Francisco. $20

6-5. [Pro-Davis Pamphlet] Shea. Jefferson Davis: A Statement Concerning the Imputed Special Causes of his Long Imprisonment… (London, 1877). Octavo. Original printed wrappers. Near fine. 20 pages. $50

6-6. [Almanac] Carl Pretzel’s Vedder Brognostidikador und Almineck Kalinder 1873. (New York, 1872). 12mo. 28 pages. Front cover detached. In hilarious German dialect. $30

6-7. [Almanac] Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Almanac 1880 (New York, 1879). Quarto. 64 pages. VG, chipped and repaired back wrapper. Tape to spine. Features four full-color plates. $40

6-8. [Original Art] C. W. Fairchild. Original Illustration Art of a Mother and Child. C. 1910. Board 10.5” x 7”. Image: 6.5” x 2.5”. Near fine. Fairchild drew covers for The Designer, Judge, All-Story and others in the teens. $50

6-9. [Trade Catalog] Cortland Wagon Company. (Buffalo, c. 1880). 16mo. Near fine. 16 pages. Fully illustrated wagon catalog. $75

6-12. [Australiana] The Daily Telegraph, March 2, 1891. (Sydney, 1891) Octavo. Near fine. A photo-zinc reduction of the March 2, 1891, issue of the Sydney, Australia, newspaper, included as a supplement to the March 21 issue. $20

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5-3. [Literature] Charles Dickens. Mrs. Lirriper’s Lodgings. The Extra Christmas Numer of All the Year Round. 1863. Octavo. 48 pages. VG+. $50

5-4. [Literature] “An American Lady.” Change for the American Notes: in Letters from London to New-York. 1847. Octavo. 88 pages. Fair, eroded spine, back cover lacking. Second American edition. An answer to Dickens’ American Notes, describing the brutalities and inconveniences of British life. $30

5-7. [View book] Mountains of New England. c. 1890. Oblong 12mo. 72 pages. Good with chips to detached wrappers. Published by the Boston and Maine Railroad. $20

5-8. [Hubbard/Darrow Rubaiyat] The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. East Aurora. 1904. Oblong 12mo in suede binding. VG+. Introduction by Clarence Darrow. $20

5-9. [Sheet music/American Architecture] Favorite Melodies from the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin or the Wonderful Lamp As Produced at the Boston Museum. Boston. 1847. Small folio. Near fine. Disbound. Features a lithographic view of the Boston Museum. $25

5-10. [Sheet music/American Architecture] Tripp and Cragg’s Collection of Songs. Louisville, KY. c. 1850. Small folio. VG, light general wear. Faint tideline across top. Disbound. Features a lithographic view of the Louisville offices of Tripp & Cragg. $50

5-11. [Sheet music/American Architecture] Silver Lake Quickstep. Boston. 1850. Small folio. VG,with stain to the lower left corner. Disbound. Features a lithographic view of the Charlestown (MA) Female Seminary, drawn by Annie R. Smith. $50

5-12. [Sheet music/American Architecture] Piano Forte Quickstep. Boston.. c. 1850. Small folio. VG. Disbound. Features a lithographic view of the Boston offices of Hallet, Davis & Co., piano forte manufacturers. $50

5-13. [Sheet music/American Architecture] Rollstone Polka. Boston. c. 1850. Small folio. VG. Disbound. Features a lithographic view of the Fitchburg (MA) Hotel. $50

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4-6. [Newsstand poster/Baseball] John Clymer. Cover of the Saturday Evening Post April 21, 1951. Small folio. Near fine. Printed on cardstock, blank reverse. $20

4-7. [Newsstand poster] Steven Dohanos. Cover of the Saturday Evening Post May 26, 1951. Small folio. Near fine. Printed on cardstock, blank reverse. $10

4-8. [Newsstand poster] John Clymer. Cover of the Saturday Evening Post June 9, 1951. Small folio. Near fine. Printed on cardstock, blank reverse. $10

4.9 [Newsstand poster] Cover of the Ladies’ Home Journal June 1951, featuring the photo of a bride. Small folio. Near fine. Printed on cardstock, blank reverse. $10

4-10. [Marriage Certificate] W. Momberger. 1857 Wood Engraved Marriage Certificate. 10″ x 12″. Good, toned, stain to lower margin. Printed by N. Tibbals of NY and used in an 1859 ceremony in Barnard, New York.  $30

4-11. [Marriage Certificate] Undated Wood Engraved Marriage Certificate. 8.25″ x 10.5″. VG with light foxing. Printed by Wellstood, Benson & Hanks of NY and used in an 1856 ceremony in Webster, Massachusetts. $30

4-12. [Fashion] Twelve Hand-colored Copper-plate Engravings. 1801-1809. London or Paris. Each approximately 9″ x 5″. VG to Near fine. Most are labeled “Costume Parisien” and feature women in high-waist floor-length dresses. Three also feature men in jackets, top hats and boots. All are hand-colored, some delicate, some quite vividly. An attractive set. $125


4-13. [Fashion/Skiing] G. P. Joumard (JOU). Pochoir Print of a Fashionable Skier. 1926. 8″ x 10″ in an Art Deco frame that is coming apart but could be repaired. VG, with a small chip and tear to the bottom of the image.  This was either used as a cover or a plate for the magazine Les Idees Novelles de la Mode of Paris. $125

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3-6. [Pulps/Ray Bradbury] Planet Stories, Winter 1948. Octavo. Fair, back cover detached. Features Bradbury’s “Asleep in Armageddon.” $20

3-13. [Pacific Northwest] Seattle the Seaport of Success. 1920. 20 pages. VG. $25

3-14. [Pacific Northwest] The Beauties of the State of Washington. 1915. 112 with map. VG. $25

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 2-1. [San Francisco] Historical Souvenir of San Francisco, Cal. (SF). 1894. Small octavo. VG. Photo-lithographs. $40

2-2. [San Francisco] Three stereocards of San Francisco views. c. 1890s. Market Street, South Park, and Cliff House. VG- with general wear. $25

2-4. [San Francisco] In Remembrance of the MidWinter International Exposition, San Francisco, Cal. 1894. (SF). 1894. Oblong octavo. Photo-lithographs. VG. $40

2-11. [World War II] Time magazine. Two issues: March 2, 1942 Japanese General Yamashita; November 8, 1943 Japanese Admiral Koga. Quartos. Near fine. $20/pair.

2-12. [California] Hutchings’ California Magazine. August 1857. Octavo. Fair, rough edges, lacking back wrapper. $30

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1-2. [Norman Rockwell] Saturday Evening Post (Phila). August 5, 1933. Small folio. VG+. Norman Rockwell cover art. $20

1-3. [Harrison Fisher] Pictorial Review (NY). July 1913. Folio. VG-, soiling to top margin. Harrison Fisher cover art. $15

1-4. [Tennis] Ladies’ Home Journal (Phila). July 1902. Folio. VG+. Tennis cover art. $15

1-5. [Rose O’Neill] People’s Home Journal (NY). April 1909. Folio. VG-, wear to edges. Rose O’Neill proto-kewpie art, front and back covers. $20

1-10. [San Francisco] Views of San Francisco Before and After Earthquake (SF).  Oblong octavo. VG+. Photographs. $25

1-11. [San Francisco] San Francisco (on the Night of April 18th, 1906) (Saint Louis). 1906. Oblong octavo. VG, with wear to spine. Featuring a before drawing and an after photo of the SF Studebaker plant. $25

1-13. [Presidents] Governor Wilson’s Democratic Party Nomination Acceptance Speech press release (NJ). 1912. Octavo. VG, self-wrappers, soiling to front page. $30

1-14. [Presidents] Invitation to the Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as President of Princeton University (NJ), 1902. 7” x 12”. Good, toning to margins, $30