In Excellant condition. Copyrighted in 2005. The original edition copyrighted in 1999. The USA was in a post- depression state and was in desperate need of something that would bring it out of the black and white books era. It came in the form of Gil Elvgreen's technicolor fantasies of this American dream. As the USA continued to plunge into the war, Elvgreen was providing the troops with pin-up gilrs galore. His special technique involved photgraphing the models. Then he would paint them into gorgeous hyper-reality pictures with longer legs, more hair, and bouncy busts. Thus in the process making the girls the perfect eye-candy that boosted the morals of every homesick private. .
Second Printing dated 1974, and printed in the United States of America. It is written by Walter Whitaker in collaboration with Staley A. Cook and A. Howard White. It is stamped on the inside title page "1975 Alamance County Historical Society, Colonel W. Cliff Elder, Pres." It has a total of 270 pages, and the book is in perfect condition. the outer covering is made of cloth, and is in excellant condition.
Vintage 1940's Black Leather book. Reprinted in 1948. The pages are still crisp, however, they do have some yellowing to them due to age. Other than the yellowing tint to the pages, the book is in excellant condition. The letters on the outside spine are gold glit.
This set includes volumes 2,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12,13,14,15, and 16. Copyright date of 1869. They are in good vintage condition, and a fine collection for anyone to own. Vloume 4- needs spine repair. Volume Number 5 - spine needs some repair. Volume 2-The Innocents Abroad.
Volume 4-The American Claimant. Volume 5- A Connecticut Yankee in King Authur's Court. Volume 6- Roughing It. Volume 7-Life on The Mississippi. Volume 9-The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.Volume 10-The Gilded Age. Volume 11- A Tramp Abroad. Volume 12-What Is Man. Volume 13-Following The Equator. Volume 14-Tom Sawyer Abroad. Volume 15-The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg. Volume 16-In Defense of Harriet Shelley
Printed in 1886. 1st Edition, Illustrated. It has minor interior spine damage. Ben Perley Poore was born in Newburyport, Massachusettts in 1820. It is nicely decorated with illustrated covers, glit lettering and glit design, gold page edges throughout, decorated endpapers, and it has 1101 pages. The Memorial Edition was sole by subscription only. It is a single volume book containing volumes I and II with a firsthand look of the Washington, DC political life, pre Civil War, the war, reconsonstruction, and General Grant's life. It also contains hundreds of illustrations throughout the book. .
Copyright date of 1902, and is a 3 volume set. All the books are in good vintage condition. It consists of Volume I- The Bastille, Volume II- The Constitution, and Volume III- The Guillotine. Printed by Methuen & Co. 36 Essex Street W.C. London
RARE book. It is the First Edition. Book is in excellant condition with very little wear and no tears on the pages. It comes with the church Order of Worship Program dated March 17,1991. It also comes with a weekly newsletter dated June 6-13, 2004, and a leaflet with some history and a list of events for the months of January 1991 and September 1991.
Hardback. Illustrated. Date of Publication 1900-1949. Has some vintage wear on spine,and the spine is loose. Illustrated with fine steel portraits, and a fac-simile of a characteristic letter of Burn to Mrs. Riddell. It has 2 editions in it, a memoir of the life of Robert Burns, epitaphs, songs, ballads, and poems.
It was published in 1989. It is signed on the front page Dated December 1989, To Don, with love, mom. The spine is in great intact, and the pages are in excellant condition. It has a blue silk bookmark about halfway through the book. It has 787 pages. It contains The Gettysburg Address, letters to W.H.Wells, speech notes, letters to the House of Representatives, Ulysses S. Grant, and a speech to the 140th Indiana Regment, Washington, D.C. on March 17, 1865.