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1 A century of good taste. A collection of recipes to celebrate the centennial of the founding of Wellesley College. Table settings, menus, decorations.
Wellesley-In-Westchester 1975 Soft Cover 
206 pages, illustrations, wrappers, spiral bound, very good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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2 Front Page! : 132 Years of History Seen through the Eyes of Newspaper Reporters
Rome, NY Rome Sentinel Company 1975 Softcover Good+ with No dust jacket as issued 
26 pages, illustrations, pictorial wrappers, 11 by 16 inches, somewhat wrinkled, some small tears on outer edges. Scarce. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 Harford County Maryland 1800 Census
Maryland Genealogical Society 1972 Softcover Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
57 pages, tables, wrappers, very good. "Harford County, named for the last Proprietor, Henry Harford, natural son of Frederick Calvert, Sixth Lord Baltimore, was established as a separate county in 1773." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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4 Indian House Memorial, Old Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Old Deerfield, MA Indian House Memorial 1945 Soft Cover Fair 
39 pages, illustrations, wrappers, front cover detached and badly frayed, text complete. "The Old Indian House 1698-1848. So much of Deerfield draws life from the past that it is not surprising to find even a new house owing its present existence to a past of decades ago. The Indian House, Old and New. What was the Old one of which the New one is a faithful replica? That was the question which Mr. Wm. Gass and his sons asked when they conceived the idea of constructing an old New England dwelling, many of whose pleasing details they had already incorporated in various building." 
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5 New England Magazine. New Series. [Seven Issues, Bound, 1898-1902]
1898-1902 Very Good 
Circa 800 pages, well illustrated, maps, half leather, very good. Contains: Vol 25 #4 (December) , #5 (January) , #6 (February) , Vol. 18 #5 (July 1898) , Vol. 27 #1 (Sept. 1902) , #2 (Oct. 1902) , #3 (Nov. 1902) First four issues may be 1900/1901 or 1901/1902. Frontispiece is copyrighted 1901. First article is Pilgrim Ports in Old England by Edwin D. Mead. BR4387A 
Price: 75.00 USD
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6 Salisbury 350th 1638-1988. [Salisbury, Massachusetts]
Salisbury, MA 1988 B003VI75X8 First Edition Paperback Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
Circa 250 pages, well illustrated, wrappers, 8-1/2 by 11 inches, very good. Scarce. Celebrating the 350th anniversary of the founding of the town of Salisbury, Massachusetts. Begins with the poem 'The Birthday of a Town' by Carolyn. From Wikipedia website: "Salisbury was first settled in 1638 and was officially incorporated in 1639. Robert Pike, of Langford, England, was one of the founders of Salisbury, MA. Christopher Batt, originally of Newbury, laid out the town's green." 
Price: 80.00 USD
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7 Salt Journal of New England Culture Summer 1980.
SALT Journal of New England Culture 1980 Paperback Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
72 pages, illustrations, wrappers, very good. Lofting a Boat, Jake's Easter Clam, Playing the Bones, Wreck of the Charles, Alewives are Running! , Helen Perley's Menagerie. Cover picture of Cecil Kelley of Jonesport Maine "I was raised on salt water; mother never had milk." 
Price: 16.00 USD
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8 Who's who in the east. A business, professional and social record of men and women of achievement in the eastern states. 1930.
Washington, DC, Mayflower Publishing Company 1930 Hard Cover Very Good 
2232 pages, cloth, new backstrip. "This territory covered by this edition includes the following eastern states: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, District of Columbia." 
Price: 50.00 USD
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9 (Massachusetts) National Guard of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1939. Historical and Pictorial Review.
Army and Navy Publishing Company 1939 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Xxxviii,473, [1] pages, ca. 2000 illus. (including roster portraits) , embossed brown cloth with gilt lettering, very good. 9 by 12 by 1.5 inches. Certificate page made out to First Sergeant Emile W. Lavalee, who was a member of Battery E, 241st Coast Artillery of Boston, Massachusetts. A comprehensive work which includes a general history, the armories and motor parks, the military academy, the 26th Division and its regiments including air detachment (101st Observation Squadron) , cavalry, artillery, etc 
Price: 60.00 USD
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10 Abbott, Jacob Marco Paul's Adventures in Pursuit of Knowledge. City of Boston.
New York Wm. J. Reynolds & Co. 1848 Hardcover Very Good 
144 pages, illustrations, light blue boards, white label on black spine, foxing on endpapers, very good. 4 by 6 inches. From the Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th edition: "Jacob Abbott's "Rollo Books" - Rollo at Work, Rollo at Play, Rollo in Europe, &c. (28 vols. ) - are the best known of his writings, having as their chief characters a representative boy and his associates. In them Abbott did for one or two generations of young American readers a service not unlike that performed earlier, in England and America, by the authors of Evenings at Home, Sandford and Merton, and the Parent's Assistant. Of his other writings (he produced more than two hundred volumes in all) , the best are the Franconia Stories (10 vols. ) , twenty-two volumes of biographical histories in a series of thirty-two volumes (with his brother John S. C. Abbott) , and the Young Christian, -all of which had enormous circulations. "; 144 pages 
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11 Abbott, Jacob Marco Paul's Adventures in Pursuit of Knowledge. Springfield Armory.
New York Wm. J. Reynolds & Co. 1848 Hardcover Very Good 
133 pages, illustrations, light blue boards, white label on black spine, corners bumped otherwise very good. 4 by 6 inches. From the Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th edition: "Jacob Abbott's "Rollo Books" - Rollo at Work, Rollo at Play, Rollo in Europe, &c. (28 vols. ) - are the best known of his writings, having as their chief characters a representative boy and his associates. In them Abbott did for one or two generations of young American readers a service not unlike that performed earlier, in England and America, by the authors of Evenings at Home, Sandford and Merton, and the Parent's Assistant. Of his other writings (he produced more than two hundred volumes in all) , the best are the Franconia Stories (10 vols. ) , twenty-two volumes of biographical histories in a series of thirty-two volumes (with his brother John S. C. Abbott) , and the Young Christian, -all of which had enormous circulations. "; 133 pages 
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12 Adams, Arthur G. The Hudson through the Years.
Lind Graphics 1983 0910389004 / 9780910389006 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
334 pages, illustrated, former owner's embossed label on front blank endpaper, dust jacket protected by Mylar covering, includes note warmly inscribed by author to former owner along with a newspaper clipping book review. ; 10.20 X 7.30 X 1.20 inches; 334 pages 
Price: 20.00 USD
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13 Armstrong, John Borden Factory under the Elms. a History of Harrisville, New Hampshire. 1774-1969.
North Andover, MA Museum of American Textile History 1985 093747407X / 9780937474075 Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
Xxii, [2], 320 pages, illustrations, map, plans, tables, cloth, DJ, very good. From the dust jacket: "In the 1970s, in response to a town crisis caused by the closing of the Cheshire Mills in bankruptcy, townspeople and preservationists made one of the first successful attempts in the country to preserve a whole community of historical importance. They accomplished it by preservation techniques and values familiar today but then highly innovative, including historic district legislation, revolving loan funds for restoration work, adaptive reuse of buildings and a system of legal preservation covenants. Author John Borden Armstrong has painstakingly reconstructed the story of this historical community. " ; 320 pages 
Price: 20.00 USD
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14 Barney, Keith Richard The History of Springfield, Vermont, 1885-1961, With an introductory chapter to 1885
William L. Bryant Foundation 1972 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
726 pages, illustrations, map endpapers, folding street map, green cloth, former owner's inscription on title page otherwise very good, tight and clean. 1st edition. In clear plastic DJ. Contents: Springfield before 1885. How it all began 1885 to 1890. 1891 to 1900 expansion, depression, new school house, a railway and a war. 1901 to August 1914. Before the lamps went out. August 1914 to December 1918 the war to end all wars. 1919 to October 1929. October 1929 to September 1939. September 1939 to 1945. The postwar years 1946 to 1950. The twentieth decade 1951 to 1961. Appendices Springfield railway. The saga of company "K". A look at Springfield High School Athletics from 1946 to 1961. Some Springfield organizations. A selected bibliography. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 726 pages 
Price: 50.00 USD
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15 Bassett, Sara Ware Anchorage [1st Edition]
Garden City Doubleday, Doran & Co. 1943 First Edition Hardcover Good in Good dust jacket 
182 pages, blue cloth, normal wear to dust jacket (now in protective mylar covering). Stated first edition. From Wikipedia: "Sara Ware Bassett (1872 1968) was an American author of fiction and nonfiction. Her novels primarily deal with New England characters, and most of them are set in two fictional Cape Cod villages she created, Belleport and Wilton. Her first novel, "Mrs. Christy's Bridge Party", was published in 1907. She subsequently wrote more than 40 additional novels, continuing to write and publish into the late 1950s. Many of her novels focus on love stories and humorously eccentric characters. ~ For much of her life, Bassett divided her time between homes in Cape Cod and Princeton, Massachusetts. She also taught kindergarten in the public schools of Newton, Massachusetts." ; 182 pages 
Price: 24.00 USD
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16 BEALS, CARLETON Our Yankee heritage. The making of greater New Haven.
New Haven Bradley & Scoville 1951 Hard Cover Signed by Author
337 pages, well illustrated, cloth, very good. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.; Signed by Author 
Price: 35.00 USD
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17 BELMAN, FELICE and, PRIDE, MIKE editors The New Hampshire century. Concord Monitor profiles of one hundred people who shaped it.
Hanover, NH University Press of New England 2001 1584650877 / 9781584650874 Soft Cover 
380 pages, well illustrated, pictorial wraps, very good. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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18 BERCHEN, WILLIAM and URSULA Aspects of Boston.
Boston Houghton Mifflin Co. 1975 Hard Cover 
128 pages, circa 100 illustrations in color and black & white, cloth, dust jacket, oblong, 11" x 9", fine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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19 BERMAN, ELEANOR Away for the weekend. New England. Revised and updated. 52 great getaways in the six New England States for every season of the year.
New York Clarkson N. Potter, 1988 0517569507 / 9780517569504 Soft Cover 
273 pages, pictorial wraps, very good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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20 Blood, Grace Holbrook Manchester on the Merrimack. the Story of a City. Revised Edition.
Manchester, NH Manchester Historic Association 1975 Revised Edition Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
358 pages, illustrations, cloth, dust jacket, very good. Revised edition. Originally published in 1948. Illustrated by John O'Hara Cosgrave, II. From the DJ: "Originally begun as a project tied in with the centennial year of Manchester's incorporation, the first edition of MANCHESTER ON THE MERRIMACK was published in 1948. The present book is a joint bicentennial project of the Manchester Historic Association and the Merchant Savings Bank. It is a facsimile of the original with the addition of several maps, a new introduction and a large selection of photographs from the collections of the Manchester Historic Association chosen to both update and illustrate the text and provide information of areas not covered in the narrative." ; 8.30 X 5.80 X 1.20 inches 
Price: 24.00 USD
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