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"NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION REVISITED:" A SUPPLEMENT TO "THE N.O.T.&L. STORY"
Blower, James M.
Akron, OH: Self published/James M. Blower [printing date unknown],

A supplement to "The N.O.T.&L. Story." 191 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. Errata sheet laid in. Small ding along the spine. A near fine, bright copy.


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A supplement to "The N.O.T.&L. Story." 191 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. Errata sheet laid in. Small ding along the spine. A fine and bright copy
"NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION REVISITED:" A SUPPLEMENT TO "THE N.O.T.&L. STORY"
Blower, James M.
Akron, OH: Self published/James M. Blower [printing date unknown],

A supplement to "The N.O.T.&L. Story." 191 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. Errata sheet laid in. Small ding along the spine. A fine and bright copy


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Hugo Award winner, 1959. "Blish's best SF work..."  Barron, Antomy of Wonder 1987, *3-42. A hint of toning to the page edges, else fine in near fine dust jacket with light toning to the edges
A CASE OF CONSCIENCE
Blish, James
New York: Walker and Company, 1969.

Hugo Award winner, 1959. "Blish's best SF work..." Barron, Antomy of Wonder 1987, *3-42. A hint of toning to the page edges, else fine in near fine dust jacket with light toning to the edges


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Hugo Award winner, 1959. "Blish's best SF work..."  Barron, Antomy of Wonder 1987, *3-42. A fine unread copy. No opening creases.
A CASE OF CONSCIENCE
Blish, James
New York: Ballantine Books, 1975.

Hugo Award winner, 1959. "Blish's best SF work..." Barron, Antomy of Wonder 1987, *3-42. A fine unread copy. No opening creases.


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A CENTURY OF CHICAGO STREETCARS 1858-1958: A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST STREET RAILWAY
Johnson, James D.
Wheaton, IL: Traction Orange Company, 1964.

A photo album of Chicago streetcars. 144 pages with map and roster. Endpapers feature car diagrams. Spine faded. Some discoloration along the leading edge of the rear cover from moisture. Text not affected. Very good, without dust jacket.


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A COLLECTOR'S GUIDE AND HISTORY TO LIONEL TRAINS, VOLUME I: PREWAR O GAUGE
McComas, Tom, and James Tuohy
Wilmette, IL: TM Publications, 1975.

The products and personalities of Lionel's years before World War II. 110 pages with color photographs, history, and inventory list. Owner's small name stamp on the front endpaper, else fine in very good dust jacket with rubbing and on small closed tear.


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A COLLECTOR'S GUIDE AND HISTORY TO LIONEL TRAINS, VOLUME III: STANDARD GAUGE
McComas, Tom, and James Tuohy
Wilmette, IL: TM Publications, 1978.

The first trains Lionel made were large and spacious. 114 pages with color photographs, history, and inventory list. Owner's small name stamp on the front endpaper, else fine in very good price-clipped dust jacket with two inch tear along spine.


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A COLLECTOR'S GUIDE AND HISTORY TO LIONEL TRAINS, VOLUME IV: 1970-1980
McComas, Tom, and James Tuohy
Wilmette, IL: TM Publications, 1980.

Lionel decided to diversify into fields unconnected with trains and General Mills, the cereal piople, leased the rights to make Lionel trains. 136 pages with color photographs, history, and inventory list. Owner's small name stamp on the front endpaper, else fine in near fine, bright dust jacket.


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Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with a mear hint of rubbing. A very nice copy.
A FEW LAST WORDS
Sallis, James
New York: Macmillan Company, 1970.

Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with a mear hint of rubbing. A very nice copy.


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In addition to a true account of army life, intimate glimpses are given into the lives of ranchmen and their courageous wives, cowboys, desperadoes, saloonkeepers, sheriffs, Mormons and Indians. Howes B1078. 179 pages. Fine in fine price-clipped dust jacket with light edge wear and tiny closed tear.
A FRONTIER ARMY SURGEON: LIFE IN COLORADO IN THE EIGHTIES
Byrne, Bernard James, M.D.
New York: Exposition Press, 1962.

In addition to a true account of army life, intimate glimpses are given into the lives of ranchmen and their courageous wives, cowboys, desperadoes, saloonkeepers, sheriffs, Mormons and Indians. Howes B1078. 179 pages. Fine in fine price-clipped dust jacket with light edge wear and tiny closed tear.


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A LIFE SPAN AND REMINISCENCES OF RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE
White, James E.
Philadelphia, PA: Deemer & Jaisohn, 1910.

274 pages with photographs. Bound in original dark green cloth with lettering on spine in gilt. A very good + copy.


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A PRIDE OF MONSTERS
Schmitz, James H.
New York: Macmillan Company, 1970.

Collects five science fiction stories. Tiny remainder dot to the top of the text block. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket


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A SHORT HAUL TO THE BAY; A HISTORY OF THE NARRAGANSETT PIER RAILROAD
Henwood, James N.J.
Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Greene Press, 1969.

48 pages with photographs, map, rosters and bibliography. Fine in near fine dust jacket.


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A STRANGE MANUSCRIPT FOUND IN A COPPER CYLINDER
De Mille, James [published anonymously]
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1888.

"One of the better early lost-race stories, written with some thought and care." Bleiler; Science Fiction, The Early Years, #562. Barron; Anatomy of Wonder 4, #1-28. Crawford; "333" pg 61. 291 pages plus 19 illustrations and plus 4 pages of publisher's ads in the rear. Bound in original dark blue cloth with lettering in gilt and illustrations in gilt, silver and brown. Neat owner's signature dated Dec. 25th, 1894. Fine with just a hint of wear at spine ends. A sound and bright copy.


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The usual toning to the pages. Near fine in very good rubbed dust jacket with small chip at the bottom of the rear panel.
AGENT OF VEGA
Schmitz, James A.
Hicksville, NY: Gnome Press, 1960.

The usual toning to the pages. Near fine in very good rubbed dust jacket with small chip at the bottom of the rear panel.


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"The importance of this diary's contribution to the history of the overland period is reinforced by the fifty sketches, all that remain of 200." Mintz: The Trial, 496. Kurutz: The California Gold Rush, 680. 143 pages with full page illustrations, index and bibliography. Map endpapers. Fine in near fine price-clipped dust jacket with three tears and one tape mend to the reverse.
AN ARTIST ON THE OVERLAND TRAIL: THE 1849 DIARY AND SKETCHES OF JAMES F. WILKINS
Wilkins, James F. (John Francis McDermott, editor)
San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1968.

"The importance of this diary's contribution to the history of the overland period is reinforced by the fifty sketches, all that remain of 200." Mintz: The Trial, 496. Kurutz: The California Gold Rush, 680. 143 pages with full page illustrations, index and bibliography. Map endpapers. Fine in near fine price-clipped dust jacket with three tears and one tape mend to the reverse.


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AN EXPOSITION OF SOME OF THE NATURAL MECHANICAL ACTIONS, CONNECTED WITH THE RUNNING GEARS OF RAIL ROAD CARRIAGES: THEIR LIABILITIES, AS NOW USED, AND THE BENEFITS TO BE DERIVED FROM THE USE OF "THE JOINTED AXLE," INVENTED BY JAMES STIMPSON
Stimpson, James
Baltimore, MD: Samuel Sands, printed by, 1838.

Sixteen pages with text of letter to James Prentiss, Esq. with Stimpson's highly detailed explanation of his improvements in wheel-axle technology. Includes an engraved diagram of the running gear with explanation. Not found in OCLC. Two signatures and covers stitched with twine. Plain covers worn, soiled and spotted. A good copy in handsome red cloth traycase.


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Western fiction. Map endpapers. The Scribner's "A" is present. Near fine in very good dust jacket with light edge wear and lightly faded spine panel.
BITTER CREEK
Boyd, James
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons/Scribners, 1939.

Western fiction. Map endpapers. The Scribner's "A" is present. Near fine in very good dust jacket with light edge wear and lightly faded spine panel.


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Inscribed by Ellroy on the front free endpaper, "Dear Reader - In the heat of a sleaze-oozing nite, 2 romantic plunderers prepare to do battle - & YOU are there! James Ellroy." Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.
BLOOD ON THE MOON.
Ellroy, James.
New York: Mysterious Press, 1984.

Inscribed by Ellroy on the front free endpaper, "Dear Reader - In the heat of a sleaze-oozing nite, 2 romantic plunderers prepare to do battle - & YOU are there! James Ellroy." Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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One of 250 numbered hardcover copies signed by Hutchins. Volume No. 7 in the Source Custeriana Series. 81 pages with photographs, notes and bibliography. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.
BOOTS & SADDLES AT THE LITTLE BIGHORN: WEAPONS, DRESS, EQUIPMENT, HORSES, AND FLAGS OF GENERAL CUSTER'S SEVENTH U.S. CAVALRY IN 1876
Hutchins, James S.
Ft. Collins, CO: Old Army Press, 1976.

One of 250 numbered hardcover copies signed by Hutchins. Volume No. 7 in the Source Custeriana Series. 81 pages with photographs, notes and bibliography. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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