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Abuse Of Power (The New Nixon Tapes), Kutler, Stanley I. (Editor)
1 Abuse Of Power (The New Nixon Tapes)
Kutler, Stanley I. (Editor): The Free Press - Simon & Schuster; 1997 0684841274 / 9780684841274
First Printing Hard Cover Fine in Fine Dust Jacket: 6.5 x 9.5 in.: 675 pages 

003708003708: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Editorial Review: "Among other things, Abuse of Power definitively answers the question of whether Nixon was directly involved in raising hush money (he was) and suggests a reason for the burglary attempt at the Watergate Hotel (financial documents that might have linked the Democratic Party chairman to Howard Hughes) . The tapes also reveal the vindictive and bigoted side to Nixon's personality, particularly as he discusses "killing" the Washington Post, and blames rich Jews for Billy Graham's tax problems. Abuse of Power only covers an additional 201 hours of tape of the near 4,000 that remain unreleased. It seems that the final chapter on Watergate has yet to be written. "

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American Battleships, Reynolds-Wood, Pamela (Editor)
2 American Battleships
Reynolds-Wood, Pamela (Editor): Turner Publishing; Paducah, Kentucky 1991 0938021966 / 9780938021964
First Edition: First Printing Hard Cover Fine with No Dust Jacket as issued: 9 x 12.25 in.: 224 pages 

011800011800: No Jacket As Issued. LCCN# 90-070688. Boards and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. "Includes a history of the battleship class of ship, a chapter on the American Battleship Association, first-person 'sea-stories' by battleship crew members, biographical sketches of crew members, photos of members, maps, charts, other battleship veteran groups, and much more! It is interesting to note that several of our states lent their name to more than one battleship. There were two named: USS MAINE, TEXAS, INDIANA, MASSACHUSETTS, IOWA, ALABAMA, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, NEW JERSEY, IDAHO, and MISSISSIPPI. Ironically there never was a battleship commissioned in the U.S. Navy named for the state of Montana and there was one battleship that was named for something other than a state of the union - USS KEARSARGE, named for a mountain in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. I would also like to thank the over 700 battleship veterans who submitted personal sea stories, photos and many accounts of their battleship in action."

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American History Illustrated Magazine (March 1983 Volume XVIII 18, Number 1 Issue), Faust, Patricia (Editor)
3 American History Illustrated Magazine (March 1983 Volume XVIII 18, Number 1 Issue)
Faust, Patricia (Editor): Historical Times; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1983 
First Edition Soft Cover Very Good: 8 x 10.75 in.: 50 pages 

002485002485: "The Depression Years. " Magazine format, illustrated throughout by black/white photographs, with many stories and advertisements of the period. Major articles on "Movies of The '30s * The Technocrats * Americans in Spain's Civil War * Supermarkets * Marlene Dietrich 'The Scarlet Empress'". Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.

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An American Heritage Guide (Historic Houses Of America), Da Costa, Beverley (Editor)
4 An American Heritage Guide (Historic Houses Of America)
Da Costa, Beverley (Editor): American Heritage Publishing Co.; New York, New York 1971 
Presumed First Edition Soft Cover Very Good: 5.5 x 8.75 in.: 320 pages 

004534004534: Introduction by Marshall B. Davidson. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. LCCN# 79-149725. Copy still has original blue ribbon bookmark attached. "Each of the houses listed in this Guide represents, both literally and figuratively, a landmark in the history of American life; each stands witness to this country's heritage in some way that claims our interest; and each is open to the public all or some part of the year, as indicated. "

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Atomic Harvest (Hanford And The Lethal Toll Of America's Nuclear Arsenal), D'Antonio, Michael
5 Atomic Harvest (Hanford And The Lethal Toll Of America's Nuclear Arsenal)
D'Antonio, Michael: Crown Publishers; New York, New York 1993 0517589818 / 9780517589816
First Edition: First Printing Hard Cover Fine in Fine Dust Jacket: 6.25 x 9.25 in.: 304 pages 

003288003288: Foreword by Stewart Udall. Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. "They said Hanford was safe. They lied. For forty years, as one reactor after another was built along Washington State's Columbia River, the federal government told area farmers that the sprawling top secret atom-bomb factory called Hanford was a good neighbor. Hanford, the largest nuclear site in the free world, helped America win the arms race. "

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Battleground Atlantic (How The Sinking Of A Single Japanese Submarine Assured The Outcome Of World War II), Billings, Richard N.
6 Battleground Atlantic (How The Sinking Of A Single Japanese Submarine Assured The Outcome Of World War II)
Billings, Richard N.: New American Library - Penguin Group; New York, New York 2006 0451217667 / 9780451217660
First Printing Hard Cover Fine in Fine Dust Jacket: 6.25 x 9.25 in.: 311 pages 

006926006926: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Printing Number Line (10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1) . "What If The Japanese Had Resorted To The 'Dirty Bomb'? On June 24, 1944, U. S. Navy warplanes patrolling the Atlantic attacked and sank a Japanese submarine, the I-52. It was an event of enormous strategic importance. The I-52's mission was to return to Japan with the ingredients of a radiological bomb. Purchased from the Germans, this doomsday weapon-classified secret by the U. S. Government for years after the war-could have contaminated vast areas of America for decades, killing millions slowly and painfully. Japan had intended to use it in an attack on the California coast until the mission was detected in an Allied intelligence coup equal to the breaking of the Enigma code. The I-52's resting place was discovered in 1995 by ship salvager Paul R. Tidwell. Author Richard N. Billings has worked with Tidwell-whose attempts to salvage the I-52's precious gold cargo continue-in bringing her secret mission to light. Finally, this is the story of how the I-52 mission may have influenced President Truman's decision to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki."

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Eagle On The Street, Vise, David A. / Coll, Steve
7 Eagle On The Street
Vise, David A. / Coll, Steve: Charles Scribner's Sons; New York, New York 1991 0684193140 / 9780684193144
First Printing Hard Cover Fine in Very Good Dust Jacket: 6.25 x 9.5 in.: 395 pages 

004494004494: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Account Of The SEC's Battle With Wall Street. Dustjacket front flap is price clipped. "Here, finally, is the complete account of the most infamous economic debacle of our century, the story of how the Securities and Exchange Commission, under the sway of Reaganomics and the leadershipof John Shad, brought deregulation to the stock market and helped fuel the great bull market while planting some of the seeds for the 1987 crash. "

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Fifties Style: Then And Now, Horn, Richard
8 Fifties Style: Then And Now
Horn, Richard: Courage Books - Running Press; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1988 0894716247 / 9780894716249
First Printing Hard Cover Fine in Very Good Dust Jacket: 10.25 x 10.25 in.: 175 pages 

006542006542: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Printing Number Line (9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1) . Dustjacket has a short edge tear, well-repaired by archival tape. Has 200 Color and Black-and-White Photographs. "Captures the spirit of the fifties and shows how the boldly imaginative style of that decade is reappearing in the eighties. A grand salute to American design, Fifties Style compares fifties originals with fifties-influenced modern counterparts, capturing the spirit of exuberance that prevails in both times. "

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Inside Out (An Insider's Account Of Wall Street), Levine, Dennis B. / Hoffer, William
9 Inside Out (An Insider's Account Of Wall Street)
Levine, Dennis B. / Hoffer, William: G. P. Putnam's Sons; New York, New York 1991 039913655X / 9780399136559
First Printing Hard Cover Very Good in Good Dust Jacket: 6.25 x 9.25 in.: 431 pages 

003068003068: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. First Printing (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10) . Dustjacket has a short cut at end that has been well repaired by archival tape and is price clipped. "The true, headline-making story of one of the biggest corporate and financial dramas of our time - what really happened in the insider-trading scandal that brought down Wall Street. In Inside Out, Dennis Levine speaks out for the first time, breaking the self-imposed wall of silence he has maintained since his arrest. "

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It's Good To Remember (A Nostalgic Glimpse Into The Past From The Turn Of The Century To The 1950's), Murphy, Elizabeth Taft
10 It's Good To Remember (A Nostalgic Glimpse Into The Past From The Turn Of The Century To The 1950's)
Murphy, Elizabeth Taft: Ideals Publications; Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1974 
First Printing Hard Cover Very Good with No Dust Jacket as issued: 8.75 x 11.25 in.: 80 pages 

004067004067: No Jacket as Issued. Stated First Printing. Copy has gift inscription to prior owner on title page and back cover is slightly darkened. Pages are clean, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.

Price: 14.50 USD
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Life Magazine February 10, 1941 - Cover: New British Ambassador, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
11 Life Magazine February 10, 1941 - Cover: New British Ambassador
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1941 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 92 pages 

011262011262: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Mussolini Takes a Bad Licking in Africa * American Bombers Take Off for Britain from Newfoundland Base * Hearst's Fabulous Art Goes at Bargain Prices * Lana Turner and Deanna Durbin Are Belles of President's Birthday Ball * Bombed London Railway is Remade as Good as New in Four Hours * Socialite Fishermen Relax at Quarterdeck Club on Biscayne Bay * Inside Wartime Germany, Part II by William L. Shirer * Lord Halifax by Carl Joachim Friedrich * Yenching Is No. 1 Christian University in China.

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Life Magazine February 11, 1946 - Cover: Lincoln Memorial, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
12 Life Magazine February 11, 1946 - Cover: Lincoln Memorial
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1946 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 100 pages 

011260011260: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Japanese Come Home from Lost Empire - Photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt * Mr. Churchill Goes to the Races at Hialeah * Marital Hazards Beset U.S. Domestic Life * Lady Astor Returns to Virginia * Navy Man Wins Biggest Jackpot * Hooton Measures People for New Railway Seat * Philip Murray by John Chamberlain * War Surgery.

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Life Magazine February 24, 1941 - Cover: Anzac Conquerors, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
13 Life Magazine February 24, 1941 - Cover: Anzac Conquerors
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1941 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 108 pages 

011264011264: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Content Articles include: The Shadow of Adolf Hitler and His Armies Falls Across Balkans * First Big Railway Gun Built by U.S. Industry Since 1918 Starts Test Run * New Japanese Ambassador Lands in Washington as Trouble Brews in the Orient * Wilkie Goes to Bat for Britain and Roosevelt * Democrats Try to 'Steal' Missouri Governorship * Nazis Execute Civilian Poles * My Own Brucie Is Top Dog at Nation's Top Show for Second Straight Year * Appendicitis.

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Life Magazine January 14, 1946 - Cover: Southern Resort Fashions, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
14 Life Magazine January 14, 1946 - Cover: Southern Resort Fashions
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1946 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 120 pages 

011261011261: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Canada Mines Uranium in Arctic * Editorial: Should the Army and Navy Be Merged? * Patton's Dog Waits to Come Home * Stamford Unions Stage Small General Strike * LaGuardia Leaves City Hall * Child of Divorce Fights for Mother * China's Children Shift for Themselves * Backstage at the Met by Winthrop Sargeant * William Benton by Milton Mayer * Southern Resort Fashions, Photographed by Philippe Halsman.

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Life Magazine January 27, 1947 - Cover: Atlantic Coast Light, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
15 Life Magazine January 27, 1947 - Cover: Atlantic Coast Light
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1947 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 116 pages 

011263011263: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Another Talmadge Takes Over Georgia * Editorial: The State of Sports * 44-Seat Plane Takes Off With Only 13 Passengers * Weather Causes Plane Crashes * Motorist Runs Into Electric Shower * Henry Sherrill Is Installed as Leader of Episcopalians * Champion Steer Gets a De Luxe Van * Clark Clifford by Ernest Havemann * Radiation Sickness.

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Life Magazine July 23, 1945 - Cover: Peggy Ann Garner, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
16 Life Magazine July 23, 1945 - Cover: Peggy Ann Garner
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1945 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 96 pages 

011265011265: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Berlin * Editorial: Reconversion * Eclipse * 'Suzy From Shangri-La' by Shelley Mydans * Canadian Soldiers Riot in England * U.S. Army Rule Fails to Stop Fraternization * Los Angeles Divorce Mill * 'Yeep! Yeep! Amerikansk Yeep!' by Joe Weston * New World Charter - Photographed by Gjon Mili * Plexiglas Models Help Soldiers Study Weapons.

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Life Magazine March 4, 1940 - Cover: Spring Sailor - Anita Colby, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
17 Life Magazine March 4, 1940 - Cover: Spring Sailor - Anita Colby
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1940 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 96 pages 

011259011259: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Dewey Makes Triumphal Tour Through the West * Soccer Goalie Bites the Dust in Buenos Aires Championship * British Destroyer Rescues Seamen from German Prison Ship * King & Queen Relax at London Show, 'Funny Side Up' * Home Front Acclaims Men of 'Ajax' and 'Exeter' * Peking Gives Wu Pei-fu, China's Honest War Lord, Princely Funeral * Smeltania Fishermen Build City on Ice * Harvard Scientists Measure 'The Angel' * New Santa Fe Fast Freight Runs Chicago-Kansas City Overnight * Sailor Hats Return with Deeper Crowns, Wider Brims.

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Life Magazine May 17, 1943 - Cover: Boypower, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
18 Life Magazine May 17, 1943 - Cover: Boypower
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1943 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 96 pages 

011266011266: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Content Articles include: Allies Overrun North Africa * Gibraltar Garrison Digs Its Way Into Calcite Palace Inside the Rock * U.S. Seizes Advance Island Bases in Aleutians & Southwest Pacific * Negro Baptist Church in Richmond Stages Miracle Play with Music * China's President Lin Grieves at Plight of His Country * Youngsters Take Skilled Jobs to Relieve Labor Shortage * Why an Airplane Flies by Wolfgang Langewiesche * I, Veronica Lake by Veronica Lake * Armand Denis Captures Gorillas in Congo.

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Life Magazine, May 13, 1940 - Cover: Shawls Again, Ernette Mueseler, Luce, Henry R. (Editor)
19 Life Magazine, May 13, 1940 - Cover: Shawls Again, Ernette Mueseler
Luce, Henry R. (Editor): Life, Inc.; Chicago, Illinois 1940 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 10.5 x 14.5 in.: 124 pages 

011255011255: Magazine Style Binding. Includes Color and B&W photos and illustrations. I have personally page-checked this and it is complete and all pages intact. It is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve with stiff board backing. Original owner's mailing address on back. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Content Articles include: The War in Scandinavia (Blitzkrieg Machines Give Germans Victory Over Allies in Norway * Norway's King Haakon Runs For His Life * Trondheim: German's Key Base That British Could Not Take * A 'Fifth Column' Nazi in Norway; Daisy Harriman Outruns Bombs * 'Glowworm' Survivors Ride Waves of North Sea) * Close-Up by Wendell Wilkie * The Men Of Sweden * Shawls, the Newest Accessory Gag * Seabiscuit Becomes the Father of Five * John Carroll's 'Pinky' Dominates Detroit Art Exhibition.

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Modern Railroads February 1969, Vol. 24, No. 2 (Railroads And Equal Employment Opportunity), Shedd, Tom (Editor)
20 Modern Railroads February 1969, Vol. 24, No. 2 (Railroads And Equal Employment Opportunity)
Shedd, Tom (Editor): Cahners Publishing; Chicago, Illinois 1969 
Presumed First Edition Magazine Very Good: 9.75 x 12.75 in.: 82 pages 

005375005375: Magazine Style Binding. "The Management Magazine of Railroading and Urban Rail Transit". Copy still retains original subscription owner's address label on front cover. Slight scuffing to cover edges/corners. Stories Include: Where Do Railroads Stand On EEO? * Railroads and the Negro Renewing the Reservoir of Good Will * Full Communications Boosts Efficiency * Ballast Cleaner Mechanizes M/W Work * Computer Man de Camara * Reading Shows - Smaller Wheel Shops Can Be Automated, Too * Small Railroad Diversifies * and more.

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Modern Railroads November 1968, Vol. 23, No. 11 (Piggyback / Containers '68), Shedd, Tom (Editor)
21 Modern Railroads November 1968, Vol. 23, No. 11 (Piggyback / Containers '68)
Shedd, Tom (Editor): Cahners Publishing; Chicago, Illinois 1968 
Presumed First Edition Magazine Very Good: 9.75 x 12.75 in.: 134 pages 

005371005371: Magazine Style Binding. "The Management Magazine of Railroading and Urban Rail Transit". Copy still retains original subscription owner's address label on front cover. Slight scuffing to cover edges/corners. Stories Include: Revealing Study Proving Railroad Passenger Profit Supported * Canadians Roll on With Trans Canada Land Bridge * Railroading's Hottest Growth Area * Containerization is Here! * Personnel Man Lach * Economy Retarder Controls Big Yard, and more.

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Modern Railroads October 1968, Vol. 23, No. 10 (NP's Missoula Yard / Discounted Cash Flow In Engineering), Shedd, Tom (Editor)
22 Modern Railroads October 1968, Vol. 23, No. 10 (NP's Missoula Yard / Discounted Cash Flow In Engineering)
Shedd, Tom (Editor): Cahners Publishing; Chicago, Illinois 1968 
Presumed First Edition Magazine Very Good: 9.75 x 12.75 in.: 110 pages 

005374005374: Magazine Style Binding. "The Management Magazine of Railroading and Urban Rail Transit". Copy still retains original subscription owner's address label on front cover. Slight scuffing to cover edges/corners. Stories Include: NP's Small Yard Thinks Big * The $ Payoff in Engineering Economics * Mechanized Records Aid Car Maintenance * Maintenance Truck Solves Problems Fast * A Little Extra For Big Protection * and more.

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Modern Railroads September 1968, Vol. 23, No. 9 (DT & I's Flat Rock ACI / Mid - Train Power On The N&W / Overseas Yard Techniques), Shedd, Tom (Editor)
23 Modern Railroads September 1968, Vol. 23, No. 9 (DT & I's Flat Rock ACI / Mid - Train Power On The N&W / Overseas Yard Techniques)
Shedd, Tom (Editor): Cahners Publishing; Chicago, Illinois 1968 
Presumed First Edition Magazine Very Good: 9.75 x 12.75 in.: 198 pages 

005373005373: Magazine Style Binding. "The Management Magazine of Railroading and Urban Rail Transit". Copy still retains original subscription owner's address label on front cover. Slight scuffing to cover edges/corners. Stories Include: LIRR Tamper Levels and Lines in One Operation * Penn Central Charts Economics of Hotbox Detection * ACI Keeps Finger on Special Cars * Overseas Railroads Try New Yard Techniques * Train Blacks and Herringbones * A Diesel Repair Shop to Make Money * Mid-Train Slaves Ease N&W Train Handling * and more.

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Norman Rockwell's America, Finch, Christopher
24 Norman Rockwell's America
Finch, Christopher: H. N. Abrams; 1976 0810904543 / 9780810904545
Hard Cover Very Good in Good Dust Jacket: 9 x 11.5 in.: 313 pages 

006640006640: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Bright Red Boards (with silver and blue lettering on front and spine) and pages are clean, unmarked (except for neat prior owner's bookplate on front flyleaf) , brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Dustjacket has several well-repaired edge cuts and a small 1/4 inch edge chip. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. "A nostalgic collection of Norman Rockwell's scenes of twentieth century American life includes all of the Saturday Evening Post covers plus paintings, drawings, and graphics from every period of the artist's career--with many foldout pages. With 659 illustrations, including 129 in full color. "

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Official Congressional Directory For The Use Of The United States Congress : 62d Congress, 2d Session, Beginning December 4, 1911, Bell, James B. (Compiler) / The Joint Committee on Printing
25 Official Congressional Directory For The Use Of The United States Congress : 62d Congress, 2d Session, Beginning December 4, 1911
Bell, James B. (Compiler) / The Joint Committee on Printing: Government Printing Office; Washington, D. C. 1912 
Second Revised Edition: First Printing Hard Cover Very Good: 6 x 9 in. : 478 pages 

012471012471: The Notes at the front include, "New Mexico became a State on January 6,1912." Copy includes great condition fold-out map of Washington DC in the back of the book. Black boards with gilt lettering on front and spine have very light rubbing at corners. Otherwise, boards and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.

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