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124 pages of text in German followed by 703 photographs, drawings, and illustrations,, many full page and over 400 in color. Bound in original brown buckram with illustration on the front cover in black and gray, and lettering in black. Spine faded with a little wear to the cloth at the head. A very good copy in the publisher's original card slipcase showing some chipping and wear.
VON EISERNEN PFERDEN UND PFADEN; LEBENSBILDER AUS DEM REICHE DER LOKOMOTIVE, MIT ZAHLREICHEN ORIGINAL-BEITRÄGEN BEDEUTENDER EISENBAHNMALER UND -DICHTER, DER DEUTSCHEN INDUSTRIE SOWIE SCHWEIZERISCHEN UND ÖSTERREICHISCHEN BAHNEN
Strauss, Dr. Walter
Hannover, Germany: Druck der Göhmannschen Buchdruckerei, 1924.

124 pages of text in German followed by 703 photographs, drawings, and illustrations,, many full page and over 400 in color. Bound in original brown buckram with illustration on the front cover in black and gray, and lettering in black. Spine faded with a little wear to the cloth at the head. A very good copy in the publisher's original card slipcase showing some chipping and wear.


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Thirty-nine pages of text plus 100 locomotive photographs with data on the opposite page, all arranged by locomotive types. The fourteen types are; American, Atlantic, Bourbonnais, Mogul, Prairie, Ten Wheel, Pacific, Baltic (or Hudson), Consolidation, Mikado, Twelve Wheel, Mountain, Decapod, and Santa-Fe. Errata slip laid in. Bound in original quarter dark green cloth over green paper covered boards with lettering in white. A very good copy with mild corner wear, in a poor example of the dust jacket with tape repairs and large chip.
LES LOCOMOTIVES À VAPEUR DE LA S N C F [SNCF]; D'APRÈS LES RENSEIGNMENTS PUIDÉS AUPRÈS DES SERVICES OFFICIELS DE LA S N C F
Fournereau, J.
Montchauvet, France: Editions Loco-Revue, 1947.

Thirty-nine pages of text plus 100 locomotive photographs with data on the opposite page, all arranged by locomotive types. The fourteen types are; American, Atlantic, Bourbonnais, Mogul, Prairie, Ten Wheel, Pacific, Baltic (or Hudson), Consolidation, Mikado, Twelve Wheel, Mountain, Decapod, and Santa-Fe. Errata slip laid in. Bound in original quarter dark green cloth over green paper covered boards with lettering in white. A very good copy with mild corner wear, in a poor example of the dust jacket with tape repairs and large chip.


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768 pages with photographs, color maps, tables, charts, index, etc. Three sections by the authors listed above are titled; Report of Progress of Stream Measurements for the Calendar Year 1899; Prliminary Description of the Geology and Water Resources of the Sourthern Half of the Black Hills and Adjoining Regions in South Dakota and Wyoming; and The High Plains and Their Utilization. All 156 of the required plates are present, including the color folded map in the rear pocket. Bound in original dark brown cloth with letting and cover illustration in gilt. Professionally rebackedSmall library plate on the front paste-down endpaper and small blind stamp medallion on the title page. No other pockets, stamps, plates or markings were ever present. Professionally rebacked. Mild mottling to the covers. A handsome very good copy.
TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR 1899-1900 IN SEVEN PARTS; PART IV, HYDROGAPHY
Walcott, Charles D., F.H. Newell, N.H. Darton, and W.D. Johnson
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1901.

768 pages with photographs, color maps, tables, charts, index, etc. Three sections by the authors listed above are titled; Report of Progress of Stream Measurements for the Calendar Year 1899; Prliminary Description of the Geology and Water Resources of the Sourthern Half of the Black Hills and Adjoining Regions in South Dakota and Wyoming; and The High Plains and Their Utilization. All 156 of the required plates are present, including the color folded map in the rear pocket. Bound in original dark brown cloth with letting and cover illustration in gilt. Professionally rebackedSmall library plate on the front paste-down endpaper and small blind stamp medallion on the title page. No other pockets, stamps, plates or markings were ever present. Professionally rebacked. Mild mottling to the covers. A handsome very good copy.


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264 pages with index. All of the required forty-two tissue guarded plates, two in color, and the color map are present. Pages 257 through 264 are repeated in the rear with extra plate 42. Bound in original dark brown cloth with lettering stamped in gilt and border stamped in blind. Professionally rebacked with original cloth spine pressed on. A very good plus copy.
TERTIARY HISTORY OF THE GRAND CAÑON DISTRICT [WITHOUT ATLAS]; MONOGRAPHS OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVERY, VOLUME II
Dutton, Clarence E.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1882.

264 pages with index. All of the required forty-two tissue guarded plates, two in color, and the color map are present. Pages 257 through 264 are repeated in the rear with extra plate 42. Bound in original dark brown cloth with lettering stamped in gilt and border stamped in blind. Professionally rebacked with original cloth spine pressed on. A very good plus copy.


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Collects three records and stories; Simple Simon; Little Bo-Peep; and Old King Cole. Color illustrations by Rhoda Chase. Harper printing code E-U, May, 1920. Fourteen pages. Very tiny bump to one corner. Covers and endpapers are lighty toned. Personal gift inscription to the front endpaper. Records are fine. The book is a near fine copy.
THE SECOND BUBBLE BOOK
Mayhew, Ralph, and Burges Johnson
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers/Columbia Graphophone Co., 1920.

Collects three records and stories; Simple Simon; Little Bo-Peep; and Old King Cole. Color illustrations by Rhoda Chase. Harper printing code E-U, May, 1920. Fourteen pages. Very tiny bump to one corner. Covers and endpapers are lighty toned. Personal gift inscription to the front endpaper. Records are fine. The book is a near fine copy.


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Collects three records and stories; Tom, The Piper's Son; Mary and Her Little Lamb; and Jack and Jill. Color illustrations by Rhoda Chase. Harper printing code E-U, May, 1920. Fourteen pages. Very tiny bump to one corner. Record sleeve edges repaired. Records are fine. Covers are light toned. The book is a near fine and bright copy.
THE BUBBLE BOOK, NO. 1
Mayhew, Ralph, and Burges Johnson
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers/Columbia Graphophone Co., 1920.

Collects three records and stories; Tom, The Piper's Son; Mary and Her Little Lamb; and Jack and Jill. Color illustrations by Rhoda Chase. Harper printing code E-U, May, 1920. Fourteen pages. Very tiny bump to one corner. Record sleeve edges repaired. Records are fine. Covers are light toned. The book is a near fine and bright copy.


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A guide to 400 carefully chosen stereographs of countries, regions and 36 US states representing a tour around the world. Each stereograph is cross referenced by the subjects and images it contains. Pamphlet with three folded maps, The World, New York City, and Washington DC, within rear pocket. Bound in original dark blue half leather with dark blue cloth covered boards. Lettering on spine stamped in gilt, shiny and bright. Light toning to edges of text block. Book and pamphlet with maps are all fine, seldom found in such nice condition.
A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD THROUGH THE TELEBINOCULAR
Burton Holmes
Meadville, PA: Keystone View Company, 1929.

A guide to 400 carefully chosen stereographs of countries, regions and 36 US states representing a tour around the world. Each stereograph is cross referenced by the subjects and images it contains. Pamphlet with three folded maps, The World, New York City, and Washington DC, within rear pocket. Bound in original dark blue half leather with dark blue cloth covered boards. Lettering on spine stamped in gilt, shiny and bright. Light toning to edges of text block. Book and pamphlet with maps are all fine, seldom found in such nice condition.


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A concise and generally useful publication for both scientific and non-scientific persons interested in the marine fishes of the Pacific coast of Canada. Includes 77 families of fishes. 368 pages with illustrations. Bound in original dark green cloth. Gilt lettering dulled on spine. Small owner's name on front endpaper. A very good copy, without dust jacket.
FISHES OF THE PACIFIC COAST OF CANADA: BULLETIN NO. LXVIII
Clemens, W.A., and G.V. Wilby
Ottawa, Canada: Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1949.

A concise and generally useful publication for both scientific and non-scientific persons interested in the marine fishes of the Pacific coast of Canada. Includes 77 families of fishes. 368 pages with illustrations. Bound in original dark green cloth. Gilt lettering dulled on spine. Small owner's name on front endpaper. A very good copy, without dust jacket.


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189 pages with photographs and diagrams. All maps and plates present. Bound in original dark red cloth. A fine copy with just a hint of wear at spine ends.
COLORADO GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: BULLETIN 1; A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE MONARCH MINING DISTRICT, CHAFFEE COUNTY, COLORADO: BULLETIN 2; THE GRAYBACK MINING DISTRICT, COSTILLA COUNTY, COLORADO
Crawford, R.D., Horace B. Patton, Charles E. Smith, G. Montague Butler, and Arthur J. Hoskin
Boulder, CO: Colorado State Geological Survey, 1910.

189 pages with photographs and diagrams. All maps and plates present. Bound in original dark red cloth. A fine copy with just a hint of wear at spine ends.


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110 and 118 pages, respectively. Preliminary and ending blank leaves removed. Several small date stamps and contemporary signature. Bound in half leather over marbled covers. A near very good copy with cover wear.
ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF OREGON, PASSED AT THE FOURTH REGULAR SESSION, 1866; and REPORTS OF THE DECISIONS OF SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON
Salem, OR: W.A. McPherson, State Printer, 1866.

110 and 118 pages, respectively. Preliminary and ending blank leaves removed. Several small date stamps and contemporary signature. Bound in half leather over marbled covers. A near very good copy with cover wear.


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Collects seven stories and an essay. Bound in original full brown leather lettering, rule and designs in gilt. Top edge in gilt. Several of the pages in the final half of the text remain unopened. Professionally rebacked with original spine pressed on. Previous owner's neat signature on the front endpaper. A handsome very good copy.
KARMA AND OTHER STORIES & ESSAYS
Hearn, Lafcadio
London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1921.

Collects seven stories and an essay. Bound in original full brown leather lettering, rule and designs in gilt. Top edge in gilt. Several of the pages in the final half of the text remain unopened. Professionally rebacked with original spine pressed on. Previous owner's neat signature on the front endpaper. A handsome very good copy.


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Collects three stories and an essay. Bound in original white cloth backstrip with blue paper covered boards, lettering and border printed in black. Spine slightly toned with several small spots. Lower corners lightly worn. A very good plus attractive copy.
KARMA
Hearn, Lafcadio
New York: Boni and Liveright, 1918.

Collects three stories and an essay. Bound in original white cloth backstrip with blue paper covered boards, lettering and border printed in black. Spine slightly toned with several small spots. Lower corners lightly worn. A very good plus attractive copy.


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534 pages with index. All of the required thirty-eight plates, some in color, are present. Bound in original dark brown cloth with lettering stamped in gilt and border stamped in blind. Brown smears along the edges of the endpapers. Library call number on the spine. Small oval stamp on the title page. No other library markings, pockets or plates were ever present. A very good plus copy.
THE PENOKEE IRON-BEARING SERIES OF MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN: MONOGRAPHS OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, VOLUME XIX [19]
Irving, Roland Duer, and Charles Richard Van Hise
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1892.

534 pages with index. All of the required thirty-eight plates, some in color, are present. Bound in original dark brown cloth with lettering stamped in gilt and border stamped in blind. Brown smears along the edges of the endpapers. Library call number on the spine. Small oval stamp on the title page. No other library markings, pockets or plates were ever present. A very good plus copy.


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Forty-seven pages with narrow-gauge locomotive data and corresponding locomotive photograph fixed onto the page opposite. Ten locomotives featured. Testimonials from various railroads. Bound in original brown cloth with rule stamped in black and illustration and lettering in gilt. Interior hinges professionally repaired. A very good plus copy.
DIMENSIONS, WEIGHTS, AND TRACTIVE POWER OF NARROW-GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES MANUFACTURED BY THE BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS
Philadelphia: Baldwin Locomotive Works/Burham, Parry, Williams & Co./J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1877.

Forty-seven pages with narrow-gauge locomotive data and corresponding locomotive photograph fixed onto the page opposite. Ten locomotives featured. Testimonials from various railroads. Bound in original brown cloth with rule stamped in black and illustration and lettering in gilt. Interior hinges professionally repaired. A very good plus copy.


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953 pages. Ten sections by the authors listed above are titled; Geology of the Rico Mountains, Colorado; Glacial Scupture of the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming; The Esmeralda Formation, A Fresh-Water Lake Deposit; Mineral Vein Formation at Boulder Hot Springs, Montana; Geology of the Eastern Choctaw Coal Field, Indian Territory; Prliminary Report on the Camden Coal Field of Southwestern Arkansas; A Reconnaissance From Pyramid Harbor to Eagle City Alaska; A Reconnaissance of the Chitina River and the Skolai Mountains, Alaska; Prlininary Report on a Reconnaissance Along the Chandlar and Koyukuk Rivers, Alaska, in 1899; Alaskan Geographic Names. Sixty-eight plates of photographs, maps and illustrations are present, including the required three folded color maps in the rear pocket. Bound in original dark cloth with letting and cover illustration in gilt. Small bookplate and owner's signature on the front endpapers. Spots of mottling to the rear cover. Corners a little soft. A very good copy.
TWENTIETH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR 1899-1900; PART II - GENERAL GEOLOGY, ECONOMIC GEOLOGY, ALASKA
Walcott, Charles D., Cross, W., and A.C. Spencer, A.E. Matthes, H.W. Turner, F.H. Knowlton, F.A. Lucas, W.H. Weed, J.A. Taff, G.I. Adams, A.H. Brooks, O. Rohn, F.C. Schrader, and M. Baker
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1900.

953 pages. Ten sections by the authors listed above are titled; Geology of the Rico Mountains, Colorado; Glacial Scupture of the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming; The Esmeralda Formation, A Fresh-Water Lake Deposit; Mineral Vein Formation at Boulder Hot Springs, Montana; Geology of the Eastern Choctaw Coal Field, Indian Territory; Prliminary Report on the Camden Coal Field of Southwestern Arkansas; A Reconnaissance From Pyramid Harbor to Eagle City Alaska; A Reconnaissance of the Chitina River and the Skolai Mountains, Alaska; Prlininary Report on a Reconnaissance Along the Chandlar and Koyukuk Rivers, Alaska, in 1899; Alaskan Geographic Names. Sixty-eight plates of photographs, maps and illustrations are present, including the required three folded color maps in the rear pocket. Bound in original dark cloth with letting and cover illustration in gilt. Small bookplate and owner's signature on the front endpapers. Spots of mottling to the rear cover. Corners a little soft. A very good copy.


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Printed by John Baskerville, Birmingham. A two volume set. 416 and 390 pages. Bound in full calf with gilt borders to the covers, and gilt decorations between the six raised bands. All edges and endpapers marbled. Bookplates of Juliet Foord-Bowe with harold on front paste-down endpaper. Light foxing on initial and final pages. Interior hinges professionally reinforced. Exterior hinges and head of spine professionally repaired. Corners worn. Printed title labels on volume 2 absent. About very good copies.
PARADISE LOST. A POEM IN TWELVE BOOKS: VOLUME I, with PARADISE REGAIN'D. A POEM, IN FOUR BOOKS. TO WHICH IS ADDED SAMSON AGONISTES: AND POEMS UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS: VOLUME II
Milton, John. From the text of Thomas Newton
Birmingham/London: Printed by John Baskerville, for J. and R. Tonson in London, 1760.

Printed by John Baskerville, Birmingham. A two volume set. 416 and 390 pages. Bound in full calf with gilt borders to the covers, and gilt decorations between the six raised bands. All edges and endpapers marbled. Bookplates of Juliet Foord-Bowe with harold on front paste-down endpaper. Light foxing on initial and final pages. Interior hinges professionally reinforced. Exterior hinges and head of spine professionally repaired. Corners worn. Printed title labels on volume 2 absent. About very good copies.


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A promotional book encouraging investment in the Company. A continuation of the long title reads; "Their Condition , Advantages and Prospects As a Security for its First Mortgage Seven per cent, Gold Bonds. With information in relation to the Bituminous and Anthracite Coals, Hematite, Specular and Magnetic Iron Ores; Copper, Asbestos, Marl, Manganese, and other Minerals, Building Stones and the Agricultural, Mechanical, Timber and other Resources of the County Tributary to its Lines of Railway." Seventy-nine pages with four folded maps, as required, showing commercial relations and minerals, including gold, along the railroad right of way, plus a fifty-six page appendix. Originally bound in gray printed wrappers, and soon after bound in contemporary quarter leather over marbled paper covered board with seven raised bands and original title label pressed on. Spine professionally rebacked. Original heavily worn leather corners replaced with thick Japanese paper. Interior hinges repaired. Two library plates on the front paste-down endpaper, though no other library markings, pockets or plates were ever present. A very good copy.
THE ROYAL LAND COM'Y OF VIRGINIA: ITS PURPOSES AND CHARTERS: ITS ANTHRACITE COAL, IRON ORE, OTHER MINERAL AND TIMBER LAND: AND ITS NARROW-GAUGE RAILROADS FROM CHESAPEAKE BAY TO PITTSBURG AND THE WEST. THEIR CONDITION, ADVANTAGES AND PROSPECTS AS SECURITY.
Harrisonburg, VA/Richmond, VA: Royal Land Company of Virginia/Clemmitt & Jones, Book & Job Printers, 1877.

A promotional book encouraging investment in the Company. A continuation of the long title reads; "Their Condition , Advantages and Prospects As a Security for its First Mortgage Seven per cent, Gold Bonds. With information in relation to the Bituminous and Anthracite Coals, Hematite, Specular and Magnetic Iron Ores; Copper, Asbestos, Marl, Manganese, and other Minerals, Building Stones and the Agricultural, Mechanical, Timber and other Resources of the County Tributary to its Lines of Railway." Seventy-nine pages with four folded maps, as required, showing commercial relations and minerals, including gold, along the railroad right of way, plus a fifty-six page appendix. Originally bound in gray printed wrappers, and soon after bound in contemporary quarter leather over marbled paper covered board with seven raised bands and original title label pressed on. Spine professionally rebacked. Original heavily worn leather corners replaced with thick Japanese paper. Interior hinges repaired. Two library plates on the front paste-down endpaper, though no other library markings, pockets or plates were ever present. A very good copy.


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The final and preferred, most comprehensive edition. Frontis and all 17 copper engraved portraits and 48 plates of coats of arms are present. Bound in contemporary full calf with six raised bands with title and gilt designs in compartments. Front interior hinge split, but remains solid and tight. Spine rebacked long ago with original spine laid on. Cover edges and corners worn. Overall, a very good copy.
A DISPLAY OF HERALDRY. THE SIXTH EDITION. IMPROV'D WITH LARGE ADDITONS OF MANY HUNDRED COATS OF ARMS, UNDER THEIR RESPECTIVE BEARINGS, WITH GOOD AUTHORITIES FROM THE ASHMOEAN LIBRARY, SIR GEORGE MACKENZIE, &c. WITH HIS TRACT OF PRECEDENCY...
Guillim, John. Sir George Mackenzie
London: Printed by T.W. for R. and J. Bonwicke and R. Wilkin, and J. Walthoe and Tho. Ward, 1724.

The final and preferred, most comprehensive edition. Frontis and all 17 copper engraved portraits and 48 plates of coats of arms are present. Bound in contemporary full calf with six raised bands with title and gilt designs in compartments. Front interior hinge split, but remains solid and tight. Spine rebacked long ago with original spine laid on. Cover edges and corners worn. Overall, a very good copy.


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Published in French. 334 pages with numerous illustrations by A. Moreaux showing fractures and their settings with specialized instruments and techniques. Bound in original quarter leather over blue/green pebbled cloth covered boards. Marbled endpapers. Library plate on the front paste-down endpaper and small stamp on the title page. No other library markings, plates or pockets were ever present. Slight loss to the leather at head and tail of the spine. Hinges professionally repaired. A very good copy.
OSTÈOSYNTHÉSE; ANALYSE CRITIQUE PAR A. LAMBOTTE (D'ANVERS)
Dupuy de Frenelle, [Paul]
Paris: Éditions Médicales N. Maloine, 1931.

Published in French. 334 pages with numerous illustrations by A. Moreaux showing fractures and their settings with specialized instruments and techniques. Bound in original quarter leather over blue/green pebbled cloth covered boards. Marbled endpapers. Library plate on the front paste-down endpaper and small stamp on the title page. No other library markings, plates or pockets were ever present. Slight loss to the leather at head and tail of the spine. Hinges professionally repaired. A very good copy.


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Privately published in a small printing. Howes: USiana D-600. Luther/Swinford: Custeriana Highspot 109. Reese: Nichols Collection 288. 251 pages with photographs, a roster of officers, a roster of those killed in the campaign, a roster of those wounded, and extensive bibliography. Three folded maps in the rear pocket. Fine in very good plus dust jacket with very light edge wear and one very tiny chip for the head of the spine panel. A handsome copy.
THE CUSTER TRAGEDY: EVENTS LEADING UP TO AND FOLLOWING THE LITTLE BIG HORN CAMPAIGN OF 1876
Dustin, Fred
Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1965.

Privately published in a small printing. Howes: USiana D-600. Luther/Swinford: Custeriana Highspot 109. Reese: Nichols Collection 288. 251 pages with photographs, a roster of officers, a roster of those killed in the campaign, a roster of those wounded, and extensive bibliography. Three folded maps in the rear pocket. Fine in very good plus dust jacket with very light edge wear and one very tiny chip for the head of the spine panel. A handsome copy.


Price: $75.00
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Originally printed in 1939 in a small edition. Number 273 of a limitation of 1950 copies. Foreword by Robert M. Utley. "Three of his appendices add valuable knowledge in regard to the number of recruits in the regiment and the killed, the wounded and the survivors:" Luther 114. Reese, Custeriana 568. Howes L553. Bound in tan coarse cloth with tile label stamped on spine. Illustrated endpapers. 148 pages with two photographs. Fine in near fine partially toned plain white dust jacket.
KEOGH, COMANCHE AND CUSTER
Luce, Captain Edward S.
Ashland, OR: Lewis Osborne, 1974.

Originally printed in 1939 in a small edition. Number 273 of a limitation of 1950 copies. Foreword by Robert M. Utley. "Three of his appendices add valuable knowledge in regard to the number of recruits in the regiment and the killed, the wounded and the survivors:" Luther 114. Reese, Custeriana 568. Howes L553. Bound in tan coarse cloth with tile label stamped on spine. Illustrated endpapers. 148 pages with two photographs. Fine in near fine partially toned plain white dust jacket.


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Originally printed in 1939 in a small edition. Unnumbered copy of a limitation of 1950 copies. Foreword by Robert M. Utley. "Three of his appendices add valuable knowledge in regard to the number of recruits in the regiment and the killed, the wounded and the survivors:" Luther 114. Reese, Custeriana 568. Howes L553. Bound in tan coarse cloth with tile label stamped on spine. Illustrated endpapers. 148 pages with two photographs. Light dust to cover, else a fine copy.
KEOGH, COMANCHE AND CUSTER
Luce, Captain Edward S.
Ashland, OR: Lewis Osborne, 1974.

Originally printed in 1939 in a small edition. Unnumbered copy of a limitation of 1950 copies. Foreword by Robert M. Utley. "Three of his appendices add valuable knowledge in regard to the number of recruits in the regiment and the killed, the wounded and the survivors:" Luther 114. Reese, Custeriana 568. Howes L553. Bound in tan coarse cloth with tile label stamped on spine. Illustrated endpapers. 148 pages with two photographs. Light dust to cover, else a fine copy.


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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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John Burkman, Old Neutriment, was George Armstrong Custer's and this is his story, Howes, W-5. Reese, 957. 256 pages with several photographs. Bound in original red cloth lettered in gilt. A fine and bright copy, without dust jacket.
OLD NEUTRIMENT
Wagner, Glendolin Damon
Boston, MA: Ruth Hill, Putblisher, 1934.

John Burkman, Old Neutriment, was George Armstrong Custer's and this is his story, Howes, W-5. Reese, 957. 256 pages with several photographs. Bound in original red cloth lettered in gilt. A fine and bright copy, without dust jacket.


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Paper 240A] Foraminifera of the Lodo Formation, Central California; 240B] Foraminifera of the Lodo Formation, Central California; Part 2, Calcareous Foraminifera (Miliolidae and Lagenidae, Part); 241] Vicksburg (Oligocene) Smaller Foraminifera From Mississippi; 242] Larger Invertebrate Fossils of the Woodbine Formation (Cenomanian) of Texas; 243A] Ostracodes From the Upper Part of the Sundance Formation of South Dakota, Wyoming, and Southern Montana; 243B] Tertiary Stratigraphy of South Carolina; 243C] Probable Reklaw Age of a Ferruginous Conglomerate in Eastern Texas; 243D] Cenomanian Ammonite Fauna From the Mosby Sandstone of Central Montana; 243E] Mollusks From the Pepper Shale Member of the Woodbine Formation, McLennan Couty, Texas; 243F] Conodonts of the Barnett Formation of Texas; 243G] Auditory Region of North American Fossil Felidae: Its Significance in Phylogeny; 243H] Cranial Morphology of Some Oligocene Artiodactytla. All the required plates and maps are present, including the eight folded plates in pockets. Library binding of olive colored buckram with gilt lettering on the spine. Call number on the spine and perferated library name on the title page, else no other library markings, pockets, labels, slips, stamps, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy. All bound in reports and papers are very good plus or better.
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPERS 240, 241, 242 and 243 (SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1952); PROFESSIONAL PAPERS LISTED BELOW
Swain, Frederick M., James A. Peterson, C. Wythe Cooke, F. Stearns MacNeil, Lloyd William Stephenson, William A. Cobban, Wilbert H. Hass, Jean Hough, Frank Whitmore, M.C. Israelsky, Ruth Todd,
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1953.

Paper 240A] Foraminifera of the Lodo Formation, Central California; 240B] Foraminifera of the Lodo Formation, Central California; Part 2, Calcareous Foraminifera (Miliolidae and Lagenidae, Part); 241] Vicksburg (Oligocene) Smaller Foraminifera From Mississippi; 242] Larger Invertebrate Fossils of the Woodbine Formation (Cenomanian) of Texas; 243A] Ostracodes From the Upper Part of the Sundance Formation of South Dakota, Wyoming, and Southern Montana; 243B] Tertiary Stratigraphy of South Carolina; 243C] Probable Reklaw Age of a Ferruginous Conglomerate in Eastern Texas; 243D] Cenomanian Ammonite Fauna From the Mosby Sandstone of Central Montana; 243E] Mollusks From the Pepper Shale Member of the Woodbine Formation, McLennan Couty, Texas; 243F] Conodonts of the Barnett Formation of Texas; 243G] Auditory Region of North American Fossil Felidae: Its Significance in Phylogeny; 243H] Cranial Morphology of Some Oligocene Artiodactytla. All the required plates and maps are present, including the eight folded plates in pockets. Library binding of olive colored buckram with gilt lettering on the spine. Call number on the spine and perferated library name on the title page, else no other library markings, pockets, labels, slips, stamps, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy. All bound in reports and papers are very good plus or better.


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Paper 189A] Species and Genera of Tertiary Noetinae; 189B] Igneous Geology and Structure of the Mount Taylor Volcanic Field, New Mexico; 189C] Pliocene Diatoms From the Kettleman Hills, California; 189D] Oligocene Forminifera From Choctaw Bluff, Alabama; 189E] The Force Required to Move Particles on a Stream Bed; 189F] The Venericardia Planicosta Group in the Gulf Province; 189G] Foraminifers, Diatoms, and Mollusks From Test Wells Near Elizabeth City, North Carolina; 189H]Pleistocene Diatoms From Long Island, New York; 189I] Fossil Plants From the Colgate Member of the Fox Hills Sandstone and Adjacent Strata; Paper 190] Lower Pliocene Mollusks and Echinoids From the Los Angeles Basin, California, and Their Inferred Environment; Paper 191] A Monograph of the Formainiferal Family Nonionidae; Paper 192] Areal Geology of Alaska. All the required plates and maps are present, including the seven folded plates in pockets. Library binding of olive colored buckram with gilt lettering on the spine. Call number on the spine and perferated library name on the title page, else no other library markings, pockets, labels, slips, stamps, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy. All bound in reports and papers are very good plus or better.
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPERS 189 (SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1937), 190, 191 AND 192; PROFESSIONAL PAPERS LISTED BELOW
Loughlin, G.F., F. Stearns MacNeil, Charles B. Hunt, K.E. Lohman, Joseph A. Cushman, Winnie McGlamery, William W. Rubey, Julia Gardner, Edgar Bowles, L.G. Henbest, W.C. Mansfield, Roland W. Brown, W.P. Woodring, and Philip S. Smith
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1939.

Paper 189A] Species and Genera of Tertiary Noetinae; 189B] Igneous Geology and Structure of the Mount Taylor Volcanic Field, New Mexico; 189C] Pliocene Diatoms From the Kettleman Hills, California; 189D] Oligocene Forminifera From Choctaw Bluff, Alabama; 189E] The Force Required to Move Particles on a Stream Bed; 189F] The Venericardia Planicosta Group in the Gulf Province; 189G] Foraminifers, Diatoms, and Mollusks From Test Wells Near Elizabeth City, North Carolina; 189H]Pleistocene Diatoms From Long Island, New York; 189I] Fossil Plants From the Colgate Member of the Fox Hills Sandstone and Adjacent Strata; Paper 190] Lower Pliocene Mollusks and Echinoids From the Los Angeles Basin, California, and Their Inferred Environment; Paper 191] A Monograph of the Formainiferal Family Nonionidae; Paper 192] Areal Geology of Alaska. All the required plates and maps are present, including the seven folded plates in pockets. Library binding of olive colored buckram with gilt lettering on the spine. Call number on the spine and perferated library name on the title page, else no other library markings, pockets, labels, slips, stamps, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy. All bound in reports and papers are very good plus or better.


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Inscribed by Lawrence on the title page, "To John Little, with best wishes, Feb. 12, 1985. Elizabeth Atwood Lawrence." 288 pages with photographs, bibliography and index. Fine in fine dust jacket with two tiny chips.
RODEO: AN ANTHROPOLOGIST LOOKS AT THE WILD AND TAME
Lawrence, Elizabeth Atwood
Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1982.

Inscribed by Lawrence on the title page, "To John Little, with best wishes, Feb. 12, 1985. Elizabeth Atwood Lawrence." 288 pages with photographs, bibliography and index. Fine in fine dust jacket with two tiny chips.


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Frontispiece and ten wood cuts by Smyth plus four by C.K. Brooks was editor of Punch magazine. 124 pages with one page of ads in the rear. Bound in contemporary quarter red leather over marbled boards with large color illustrated title label pressed onto the front cover. Bookplate of William Asheton Tonge with his Coat-Armour on the front paste-down endpaper. A few penciled bibliographic notes on the front endpapers. A few spots of foxing on the endpapers and a few of the preliminary and final pages. Small library plate on the reverse of the frontis. No other library markings, plates or pockets were ever present. A handsome very good copy.
A STORY WITH A VENGEANCE; OR, HOW MANY JOINTS MAY GO TO A TALE. INSCRIBED TO THE GREATER NUMBER OF RAILWAY TRAVELLERS, AND DEDICATED TO THE REST
Reach, Angus B[ethune]., and [Charles William] Shirley Brooks
London: Nathaniel Cooke/Printed by Robson, Levey, and Franklyn [about 1855],

Frontispiece and ten wood cuts by Smyth plus four by C.K. Brooks was editor of Punch magazine. 124 pages with one page of ads in the rear. Bound in contemporary quarter red leather over marbled boards with large color illustrated title label pressed onto the front cover. Bookplate of William Asheton Tonge with his Coat-Armour on the front paste-down endpaper. A few penciled bibliographic notes on the front endpapers. A few spots of foxing on the endpapers and a few of the preliminary and final pages. Small library plate on the reverse of the frontis. No other library markings, plates or pockets were ever present. A handsome very good copy.


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Both volumes bound in full leather with five raised bands, beveled edges, decorative border stamped in blind and gilt, gilt hatch markings on the bands, lettering and designs in gilt on the six compartments between the bands. All edges in gilt. Marbled endpapers. Both volumes consist of 576 pages. Volume I shows several very shallow and tiny chips to the leather at the spine ends. Both show mild rubbing to the covers and along the spine. Interior pages are gorgeous. Covers are very good. A very handsome set.
THE PICTURESQUE WORLD OR, SCENES IN MANY LANDS. WITH ONE THOUSAND ILLUSTRATIONS ON WOOD AND STEEL OF PICTURESQUE VIEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD, VOLUMES I AND II
De Colange, Leo, editor
Boston, MA: Estes & Lauriat, 1881.

Both volumes bound in full leather with five raised bands, beveled edges, decorative border stamped in blind and gilt, gilt hatch markings on the bands, lettering and designs in gilt on the six compartments between the bands. All edges in gilt. Marbled endpapers. Both volumes consist of 576 pages. Volume I shows several very shallow and tiny chips to the leather at the spine ends. Both show mild rubbing to the covers and along the spine. Interior pages are gorgeous. Covers are very good. A very handsome set.


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PAPER 127, THE COMPOSITION OF THE EARTH'S CRUST; PAPER 128, SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1920; PAPER 129, SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1921; PAPER 130, THE LARAMIE FLORA OF THE DENVER BASIN; PAPER 131, SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1922. All the required plates and maps are present. Library binding of olive colored buckram with gilt lettering on the spine. Call number on the spine, else no other library markings, pockets, labels, slips, stamps, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy. All bound in reports and papers are very good plus or better.
SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1922. UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPERS 126 - 131: PAPER 126, GEOLOGY OF THE COASTAL PLAIN OF TEXAS WEST OF BRAZOS RIVER; REMAINING PROFESSIONAL PAPERS LISTED BELOW
Deussen, Alexander, Frank Wigglesworth Clarke and Henry Stephens Washington, David White, F.H. Knowlton,
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1924.

PAPER 127, THE COMPOSITION OF THE EARTH'S CRUST; PAPER 128, SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1920; PAPER 129, SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1921; PAPER 130, THE LARAMIE FLORA OF THE DENVER BASIN; PAPER 131, SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY 1922. All the required plates and maps are present. Library binding of olive colored buckram with gilt lettering on the spine. Call number on the spine, else no other library markings, pockets, labels, slips, stamps, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy. All bound in reports and papers are very good plus or better.


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The complete story of L&N's diesel lcomotives from the first switcher in 1939 to the time of this books publication. 168 pages with photographs, some in color, a wealth of rosters, and bibliography. Bound in laminated color illustrated boards. A fine and bright copy with just a hint of rubbing, issued without dust jacket.
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES
Castner, Charles B., Ronald Flanary, and Lee Gordon
Lynchburg, VA: TLC Publishing, 1997.

The complete story of L&N's diesel lcomotives from the first switcher in 1939 to the time of this books publication. 168 pages with photographs, some in color, a wealth of rosters, and bibliography. Bound in laminated color illustrated boards. A fine and bright copy with just a hint of rubbing, issued without dust jacket.


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Edson was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the New York Central. 212 pages with locomotive photographs, some in color, locomotive diagrams, data, and numerous rosters. Bound in laminated color pictorial boards. A near fine copy.
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES
Edson, W.D., H.L. Vail, Jr., and C.M. Smith
Lynchburg, VA: TLC Publishing, Inc., 1995.

Edson was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the New York Central. 212 pages with locomotive photographs, some in color, locomotive diagrams, data, and numerous rosters. Bound in laminated color pictorial boards. A near fine copy.


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Volume I: cxxx, 302 pages, plus six plates. Volume II: xxii, 438 pages with index, plus errata page to volume I. Each volume bound in half leather marbled paper covered boards. From the library of Robert L. Usinger with his bookplates fixed to the front paste-down endpapers. Usinger (1912-1968) served on the faculty in the Department of Entomology at the University of California at Berkeley from 1946 until his untimely death in 1968. Spots of foxing throughout both volumes. Professionally rebacked with ordiginal leather spines pressed on. A handsome, about very good set.
FAUNE PARISIENNE, INSECTES. OU HISTOIRE ABRÉGÉE DES INVIRONS DE PARIS, CLASSÉS D'APRÈS LE SYSTÈME DE FABRICIUS; PRÈCÈDÈE D'UN DISCOURS SUR LES INSECTES EN GÈNÈRAL, POUR SERVIR D'INTRODUCTION À L'ÈTUDE DE L'ENTOMOLOGIE: VOLUMES PREMIER ET DEUXIÈME
Walckenaer, C.A. [Charles Athanase], 1771-1852
Paris: Dentu, Imprimeur - Libraire, 1802.

Volume I: cxxx, 302 pages, plus six plates. Volume II: xxii, 438 pages with index, plus errata page to volume I. Each volume bound in half leather marbled paper covered boards. From the library of Robert L. Usinger with his bookplates fixed to the front paste-down endpapers. Usinger (1912-1968) served on the faculty in the Department of Entomology at the University of California at Berkeley from 1946 until his untimely death in 1968. Spots of foxing throughout both volumes. Professionally rebacked with ordiginal leather spines pressed on. A handsome, about very good set.


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259 pages of descriptions and illustrations, nineteen plates, plus three full page color maps. Bound in contemporary black half leather over marbled paper covered boards. Professionally rebacked with original spine pressed on. A handsome, very good copy.
MONOGRAPHIC REVISION OF THE POCKET GOPHERS, FAMILY GEOMYIDÆ (EXCLUSIVE OF THE SPECIES OF THOMOMYS); NORTH AMERICAN FAUNA NO. 8
Merriam, C. Hart
Washington, DC: United States Department of Agriculture/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1895.

259 pages of descriptions and illustrations, nineteen plates, plus three full page color maps. Bound in contemporary black half leather over marbled paper covered boards. Professionally rebacked with original spine pressed on. A handsome, very good copy.


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104 pages with photographs, diagrams, references and index, plus all three of the required folded color maps are present in the rear pocket. Bound in original stiff gray paper covers with lettering printed in black. Small tape repair to the base of the spine, else a very good plus copy.
GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE HUDSON AND MAYNARD QUADRANGLES, MASSACHUSETTS; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN 1038
Hansen, Wallace R.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1956.

104 pages with photographs, diagrams, references and index, plus all three of the required folded color maps are present in the rear pocket. Bound in original stiff gray paper covers with lettering printed in black. Small tape repair to the base of the spine, else a very good plus copy.


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A study of the areal geology of parts of the North and Middle Park basins, Jackson and Grand Counties, Colorado. 119 pages with refernces and index, plus the required three map plates. Bound in original gray paper covers printed in black. Maps and softcover booklet laid into the hardcover folder. Small name stamp on the front cover. A near fine copy.
GEOLOGY AND COAL RESOURCES OF THE HOMER DISTRICT, KENAI COAL FIELD, ALASKA; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN 1257
Hail, William J., Jr.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1959.

A study of the areal geology of parts of the North and Middle Park basins, Jackson and Grand Counties, Colorado. 119 pages with refernces and index, plus the required three map plates. Bound in original gray paper covers printed in black. Maps and softcover booklet laid into the hardcover folder. Small name stamp on the front cover. A near fine copy.


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A description of the Tertiary stratigraphy and reserves of subbituminous coal of the western Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Pages 217 through 260 with maps, tables, and index, plus all the required plates, including the required folded plates in the separate hardcover folder. Bound in original gray paper covers printed in black. Maps and softcover booklet laid into the hardcover folder. A near fine copy.
GEOLOGY AND COAL RESOURCES OF THE HOMER DISTRICT, KENAI COAL FIELD, ALASKA; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN 1058-F
Barnes, Farrell F., and Edward H. Cobb
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1959.

A description of the Tertiary stratigraphy and reserves of subbituminous coal of the western Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Pages 217 through 260 with maps, tables, and index, plus all the required plates, including the required folded plates in the separate hardcover folder. Bound in original gray paper covers printed in black. Maps and softcover booklet laid into the hardcover folder. A near fine copy.


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184 pages with photographs, maps and index. All three of the required maps are present in the rear pocket. Bound in original stiff paper covers with lettering printed in black. Moderate spine lean. A very good copy.
GEOLOGY OF THE SALT VALLEY ANTICLINE AND ADJACENT AREAS, GRAND COUNTY, UTAH; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN 863
Dane, C.H.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1935.

184 pages with photographs, maps and index. All three of the required maps are present in the rear pocket. Bound in original stiff paper covers with lettering printed in black. Moderate spine lean. A very good copy.


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184 pages with photographs, maps and index. All three maps are present in the rear pocket. A very good copy.
GEOLOGY OF THE SALT VALLEY ANTICLINE AND ADJACENT AREAS, GRAND COUNTY, UTAH. BULLETIN 863
Dane, C.H.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1935.

184 pages with photographs, maps and index. All three maps are present in the rear pocket. A very good copy.


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Volume I contains 616 pages and Volume II has 119 plates. Both volumes are bound in original dark brown cloth with border stamped in blind and lettering on the spine stamped in gilt. Volume I is stamped in several locations by geologist William B. Heroy of the US Geological Survery. Volume II is signed in several places by previous owner. Spots of light motteling to the first volume. A very good set.
STATUS OF THE MESOZOIC FLORAS OF THE UNITED STATES, SECOND PAPER; PART I - TEXT; PART II - PLATES. MONOGRAPHS OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, VOLUME XLVIII
Ward, Lester F., with collaborators William M. Fontaine, Arthur Bibbins, and G.R. Wieland
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1905.

Volume I contains 616 pages and Volume II has 119 plates. Both volumes are bound in original dark brown cloth with border stamped in blind and lettering on the spine stamped in gilt. Volume I is stamped in several locations by geologist William B. Heroy of the US Geological Survery. Volume II is signed in several places by previous owner. Spots of light motteling to the first volume. A very good set.


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Extended title reads, "With Portraits of Representative Men that Advocate California's Progress and Industrial Suprmacy." A history of the development of competing transportation to the giant Southern Pacific Railroad. Photographs taken by Tabor of San Francisco and Spooner of Stockton. 224 pages, the majority of which pertain to the SF & SJV RW, with listing of subscribers and stockholders [with number of shares purchased], maps and contents pages. Numerous photographs of stockholders, subscribers, and officers, and scenes along the San Juaquin Valley. The San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Railway existed from 1895 to 1901 when it was incorporated into the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Bound in original three quarter brown leather over brown cloth boards, with lettering and rule in gilt. All text block edges in gilt. Marbled endpapers. Name stamp and owner's signature on the preliminary page. Name stamp on the top of several pages. Mild damp stain to the lower portion of the covers, pages not affected. A very good copy.
THE VALLEY ROAD (ILLUSTRATED): A HISTORY OF THE TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA, THE LEAGUE OF PROGRESS, THE NORTH AMERICAN NAVIGATION COMPANY, THE MERCHANTS' SHIPPING ASSOCIATION, AND THE SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY RAILWAY
San Francisco: Wheeler Publishing Co., 1896.

Extended title reads, "With Portraits of Representative Men that Advocate California's Progress and Industrial Suprmacy." A history of the development of competing transportation to the giant Southern Pacific Railroad. Photographs taken by Tabor of San Francisco and Spooner of Stockton. 224 pages, the majority of which pertain to the SF & SJV RW, with listing of subscribers and stockholders [with number of shares purchased], maps and contents pages. Numerous photographs of stockholders, subscribers, and officers, and scenes along the San Juaquin Valley. The San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Railway existed from 1895 to 1901 when it was incorporated into the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Bound in original three quarter brown leather over brown cloth boards, with lettering and rule in gilt. All text block edges in gilt. Marbled endpapers. Name stamp and owner's signature on the preliminary page. Name stamp on the top of several pages. Mild damp stain to the lower portion of the covers, pages not affected. A very good copy.


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Extended title reads, "With Portraits of Representative Men that Advocate California's Progress and Industrial Suprmacy." A history of the development of competing transportation to the giant Southern Pacific Railroad. Photographs taken by Tabor of San Francisco and Spooner of Stockton. 224 pages, the majority of which pertain to the SF & SJV RW, with listing of subscribers and stockholders [with number of shares purchased], maps and contents pages. Numerous photographs of stockholders, subscribers, and officers, and scenes along the San Juaquin Valley. The San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Railway existed from 1895 to 1901 when it was incorporated into the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Bound in original three quarter brown leather over brown cloth boards, with lettering and rule in gilt. All text block edges marbled though faded. Marbled endpapers. A near fine copy.
THE VALLEY ROAD (ILLUSTRATED): A HISTORY OF THE TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA, THE LEAGUE OF PROGRESS, THE NORTH AMERICAN NAVIGATION COMPANY, THE MERCHANTS' SHIPPING ASSOCIATION, AND THE SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY RAILWAY
San Francisco: Wheeler Publishing Co., 1896.

Extended title reads, "With Portraits of Representative Men that Advocate California's Progress and Industrial Suprmacy." A history of the development of competing transportation to the giant Southern Pacific Railroad. Photographs taken by Tabor of San Francisco and Spooner of Stockton. 224 pages, the majority of which pertain to the SF & SJV RW, with listing of subscribers and stockholders [with number of shares purchased], maps and contents pages. Numerous photographs of stockholders, subscribers, and officers, and scenes along the San Juaquin Valley. The San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Railway existed from 1895 to 1901 when it was incorporated into the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Bound in original three quarter brown leather over brown cloth boards, with lettering and rule in gilt. All text block edges marbled though faded. Marbled endpapers. A near fine copy.


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107 pages with graphs, tables, maps, references and index, plus the required three folded map plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Stamp of geologist Richard H. Jahns on the front cover. A near fine, bright copy.
GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER IN THE CENTRAL PART OF APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 1771
Akers, J.P.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1964.

107 pages with graphs, tables, maps, references and index, plus the required three folded map plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Stamp of geologist Richard H. Jahns on the front cover. A near fine, bright copy.


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34 pages with graphs and tables, plus the required folded map of Memphis in the rear pocket. Bound in original green stiff paper covers printed in black. Small stamp of geologist W.L. Huber on the front cover and title page. A very good plus copy.
A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE ARTESIAN WATER SUPPLY OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 638-A
Wells, F.G.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1931.

34 pages with graphs and tables, plus the required folded map of Memphis in the rear pocket. Bound in original green stiff paper covers printed in black. Small stamp of geologist W.L. Huber on the front cover and title page. A very good plus copy.


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65 pages with photographs, graphs, and tables, plus the required two folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Small library stamp and call number on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy.
ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE IN OREGON AND WASHINGTON 1962; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 1594-C
Price, Don, D.H. Hart, and B.L. Foxworthy
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1963.

65 pages with photographs, graphs, and tables, plus the required two folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Small library stamp and call number on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy.


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399 pages with maps, photographs, tables, graphs and index, plus all 26 of the required plates are present, including the three map plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers with lettering in black. Small stamp of geologist Richard H. Jahans on the title cover. A very good plus copy.
FLOODS OF MARCH 1938 IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 844
Troxell, Harold C., and others
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1942.

399 pages with maps, photographs, tables, graphs and index, plus all 26 of the required plates are present, including the three map plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers with lettering in black. Small stamp of geologist Richard H. Jahans on the title cover. A very good plus copy.


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38 pages with graphs, tables, references and index, plus the required seven folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Small library stamps and call numbers on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. Long crease to the front cover. A very good copy.
GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF HALE COUNTY, TEXAS; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 1539-U
Cronin, James G., and Lloyd C. Wells
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1963.

38 pages with graphs, tables, references and index, plus the required seven folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Small library stamps and call numbers on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. Long crease to the front cover. A very good copy.


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Prepared as part of the program of the Department of the Interior for the development of the Missouri River Basin. 68 pages with graphs, tables, maps, references and index, plus the required four folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Small library stamps on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy.
GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE LAKE DAKOTA PLAIN AREA, SOUTH DAKOTA; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 1539-T
Hopkins, William B., and Lester R. Petri
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1963.

Prepared as part of the program of the Department of the Interior for the development of the Missouri River Basin. 68 pages with graphs, tables, maps, references and index, plus the required four folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Small library stamps on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. A very good plus copy.


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40 pages with graphs, tables, maps, references and index, plus the required ten folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Samll library stamps on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. Small chip and short tear to the rear cover, else a very good plus copy.
GROUND-WATER GEOLOGY OF KARNES COUNTY, TEXAS; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 1539-G
Anders, R.B.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1962.

40 pages with graphs, tables, maps, references and index, plus the required ten folded plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Samll library stamps on the front cover. No other library markings, pockets, plates, etc. were ever present. Small chip and short tear to the rear cover, else a very good plus copy.


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33 pages with graphs, tables, map and references, plus the required eight folded map plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Stamp of geologist Richard H. Jahns on the front cover. A near fine, bright copy.
ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF AVAILABLE HYDROLOGIC DATA FOR SAN SIMON BASIN, COCHISE AND GRAHAM COUNTIES, ARIZONA; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER 1619-DD
White, Natalie D.
Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/USGS/Government Printing Office/GPO, 1963.

33 pages with graphs, tables, map and references, plus the required eight folded map plates in the rear pocket. Bound in original orange stiff paper covers printed in black. Stamp of geologist Richard H. Jahns on the front cover. A near fine, bright copy.


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