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    [Americana]. Group of Six Titles. New York and elsewhere: 1823-[1971]. Five first editions, one second edition.

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    [Americana]. Group of Six Titles. New York and elsewhere: 1823-[1971]. Five first editions, one second edition.

    Titles include: [United States Congress]. Journals of the American Congress... Volume I: From September 5, 1774 to December 31, 1776, inclusive. Washington: Way and Gideon, 1823. First edition. Octavo. Volume I only. Boards severely rubbed and worn. Text block cockled and majority of leaves moderately dampstained; ink annotation on front and rear endpapers and title page. Housed in a modern clamshell case. [and:] L. P. Brockett and Mrs. Mary C. Vaughan. Women's Work in the Civil War. Philadelphia: Zeigler, McCurdy & Co., 1867. Octavo. [and:] William Cullen Bryant. Picturesque America... New York: D. Appleton and Company, [1872]. First edition. Two quarto volumes. Boards rubbed, spines a bit sunned. Hinges starting. [and:] Charles H. Grosvenor. The Book of the Presidents. Washington, D.C.: The Continental Press, [1901]. Folio. Front free endpaper tear. [and:] Richardson Wright. Hawkers & Walkers in Early America. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1927. Second edition. Octavo. Spine lightly sun-faded with head bumped. Bookplate on front pastedown. [and:] Lyndon Baines Johnson. The Vantage Point. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1971]. First edition. Octavo. Bookplate on half-title signed by L. B. Johnson.

    Contemporary and modern bindings. Light rubbing on board edges. Text blocks a touch toned. Still, a collectively very good set.



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