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    • G.P. PUTNAM'S SONS, 1908
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, bright blue cloth with gilt lettering and decoration, 245 pages. Part of the publisher's Crown Theological Library Series. Donor's bookplate inside front cover, church library stamp on opposite page, small sticker on bottom of spine. Otherwise a clean, tight copy. Record # 412175 Lisez plus
    • BEACON PRESS, 1921
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, maroon cloth with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, 226 pages. B&w frontispiece portrait, 4 b&w plates. Previous owner's signature on front fly leaf, otherwise clean. Record # 412174 Lisez plus
    • LITTLE BROWN, 1928
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, brown cloth with moire pattern, stamped with gilt lettering, 315 pages. Frontispiece portrait, 5 b&w plates on yellow by the artist sister of Louisa, the famous author of Little Woman. Donor bookplate on inside front cover, church library stamp on opposite fly leaf otherwise clean. Record # 412173 Lisez plus
    • HOUGHTON MIFFLIN, 1891
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, dark maroon covers, gilt lettering on spine(faded). Frontispiece portrait of author. Church bookplate inside front cover, previous owner's signature on blank prelim page, otherwise clean. Record # 412172 Lisez plus
    • HOUGHTON MIFFLIN, 1898
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, maroon cloth with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, 374 pages. Donor bookplate on inside cover with church library stamp on opposite fly leaf. Otherwise a tight, clean copy. The author (1823-1911) was an American Unitarian minister, author, abolitionist, and soldier. Record # 412171 Lisez plus
    • NORTHWESTERN CONSOLIDATED MILLING CO., 1912
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Softcover, 48 pages plus illustrated wraps. Twelve chromolithographed illustrations by Alice Sargent Johnson with a blank plate to be colored opposing, and detailed, careful instructions for step by step Japanese watercolor application, specific to each illustration, rather fine tips for painting. A promotional available with coupon found in each bag of Ceresota Bread Flour. The line illustrations are uncolored. The spine has been reinforce with a strip of clear tape. Small name stamp to cover, several pages, in margins not affecting plates. Otherwise clean. Record # 412170 Lisez plus
    • DOROTHEA FORSHEE, 1944
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Softcover, illustrated wrappers with plastic red comb binding, 86 pages plus index. Light soil to rear wrapper otherwise clean, comb binding very good. Record # 412169 Lisez plus
    • FARRAND MALLORY AND CO., 1810
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, contemporary calf with a red leather spine label with gilt lettering. Library bookplate on inside front cover, two small spine labels otherwise no other markings or stamping. There is a general tanning to the pages and moderate foxing. Sound throughout. Title page states three volumes but research says this was the only volume printed. Record # 412167 Lisez plus
    • ABEL TOMPKINS, 1838
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, green cloth with gilt lettering on spine, 203 pages. Frontispiece engraving of author, moderate foxing to pages. Previous owner's signature on front fly leaf. Otherwise clean. Record # 412166 Lisez plus
    • BEACON PRESS, 1911
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, blue cloth covers with gilt lettering on spine. Former church library but sharp, clean with only a donor bookplate inside front cover, small spine label and stamp on front fly leaf. Essays by a former Principal of Manchester College at Oxford. Record # 412165 Lisez plus
    • E.P. PEABODY, 1842
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, maroon cloth with faded spine, paper label on spine. 285 pages. First American publication of this classical work, translation probably E.B. Pusey (published in London, 1838). Church bookplate on inside front cover. Aside from some light foxing, a few pieces of spine label, nice condition. Record # 412164 Lisez plus
    • J. STILMAN SMITH & CO., 1893
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, white buckram with maroon rules and gilt lettering, decorations. 293 pages, a collection of sermons given the previous year by the author who was Minister of the South Congregational Church in Boston. From a church library with a spine label, bookplate on inside front cover and a stamp on a blank prelim page. Otherwise clean and bright. Record # 412163 Lisez plus
    • AMERICAN UNITARIAN ASSOCIATION, 1905
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, black cloth with white lettering, 232 pages. Collection of six essays, including "Atlanta University" by Professor W. E. Burghardt Du Bois in which the author discusses the significance of Atlanta University. Other institutions and authors include: Howard University by Prof. Kelly Miller; Berea College, by President William G. Frost; Tuskegee Institute by Prof. Roscoe Conkling Bruce; Hampton Institute by Principal H. B. Frissell; and Fisk University by President James G. Merrill. From a church library with label on spine, bookplate and stamp on front endpapers. Otherwise a sharp ... Lisez plus
    • GROSSMAN PUBLISHERS, 1972
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Softcover, 150 pages, bright red wraps with white and black titles. This volume includes the photographs of Marc Riboud, Roman Vishniac, Bruce Davidson, Gordon Parks, Ernest Haas, Hiroshi Hamaya, Donald McCullin and W. Eugene Smith. A wonderful book. Profusely illustrated and printed beautifully in gravure. A wonderful companion to the first volume, "The Concerned Photographer" published in 1968. Excellent condition. Record # 412161 Lisez plus
    • MACMILLAN, 1972
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, 153 pages, foreward by M.F.K. Fisher. A collection of b&w photos, some color, by Robert Doisneau. Commentary by Chevalier. In a bright dust jacket with light edgewear, soiling to rear panel. Otherwise a clean, tight copy. Record # 412160 Lisez plus
    • BULFINCH, 1998
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, 176 pages, b&w photos by Nixon. Explores the lives of children in three Boston area schools through text by Pulitzer-prize winning child psychiatrist Robert Coles and photographs by Nicholas Nixon. The schools are very different and illustrate the range of school life today. Still in publisher's shrinkwrap. Record # 412159 Lisez plus
    • DENLINGER'S, 1952
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, blue cloth with moire pattern stamped in gilt, 128 pages plus publisher's ads. B&w illustrations. Musty odor. No dust jacket. Record # 412158 Lisez plus
    • MCCALL PUBLISHING, 1970
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, two-tone mauve cloth, 313 page. Dust jacket very worn, chipped. Pages tanning toward edges. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON FRONT FLY LEAF. Record # 412157 Lisez plus
    • SOURCEBOOKS, 2015
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Softcover, illustrated wraps, 412 pages. SIGNED BY AUTHOR on front fly leaf. Record # 412156 Lisez plus
    • WILLIAM MORROW, 1985
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, 213 pages in a bright, unclipped dust jacket. Clean, bright copy. Record # 412155 Lisez plus
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