Wells River Vt: Wells River Job Print, 1905. Only Edition. Wraps. Octavo; pp; (8); illustrated; gray printed paper wrappers;. Contains a brief history, list of members, and the Constitution & By-Laws of the Club. Intrerestingly the Boys have their own printing press. Quite scarce as one might imagine, OCLC locates...
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Plymouth Vt: Herman & Violet Pelkey, Nd c1975. First & Only Edition. Wraps. Duodecimo; pp; (12); illustrated, photographs,original printed paper wrappers;. Local tribute piece, scarce;.
Burlington Vt: Hays Advertising Agency for the Vermont Publicity Bureau, c1920. Wraps. Tri-fold octavo illustrated brochure touting Vermont’s products and the State as a vacation destination; It also reproduces Charles H. Darling’s Poem; original printed pictorial wrappers;. Vermont was the first state to have a tourist bureau and actively advertise.....
Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Greene Press, (1976). First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; x (2), 3-, 370, index; photographs; gray cloth and blue paper covered boards, lettered in gilt, in a dust jacket; Very good, edges toned. Sen. Aiken was referred to as "the conscience and work horse of the United States Senate"
Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle Company, (1973). Third printing. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; (vi), 179; green cloth lettered in gilt in a pictorial dust jacket;. The reprint of the classic 18th century history of the State by one of the history makers.
Burlington Vt. R. E. Atwood, 1927. First edition. Wraps. Quarto; pp; 33; Illustrated with fifty-four black and white photographs; original printed pictorial cream paper wrappers. A detailed pictorial chronicle of the devastation of the Flood of November 3, and 4, 1927 throughout the State of Vermont.
Essex Jct. Vt., Vermont Bureau of Publicity, (1917). Wraps. Octavo; pp; 63, index; Illustrated with black and white photographs; original pictorial printed string tied paper wrappers;. Vermont was the first state to have a tourist bureau and actively advertise to bring tourists to the state.
(Springfield Vt: William L. Hurd's Offset Printing for Gertrude Baker, 1985). First & Only Edition, Unlocated. Wraps. Octavo; pp; 128; illustarted with photographs; original printed paper wrappers;. OCLC does not locate a copy; Charles Lindberg landed at this airport in 1927.
Detroit: Harlo Press, (1992). First & Only Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; 112; green cloth lettered in gilt in a pictorial dust jacket;. This copy inscribed by the author to the Wilbraham Public Library, the library did not catalogue this book. This is the author's third book of poetry.
Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, Printers, 1926. Wraps. Octavo; pp; 29, (iii), colophon; illustrated with three black and white plates and two maps at the centerfold; cream stiff wrappers;. Poetry in the "Epic Style". Scarce in today's market.
Np: No Publisher, Nd c1925. Only Edition. Wraps. 4” x 6’ Folding wrappers; No text; Ten black and white photogravure postcard style views, including, Upper Main Street; Mansfield Avenue Bridge; Upper Main Street; Mt Mansfield & River; Lower Main St; Riverside Drive; Bird’s Eye View; Street View and others;. An.....
Montpelier: Vermont Historical Society, 1937. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; xxxii, 133; green cloth lettered in black;. A targeted and useful bibliography.
c1870. One page (Approx. 7.75” x 9.75”). Cory relates arriving in Vermont in 1845 in the town of D……” the lodging and the fare, Cory (Corey) became a Medical Doctor and practiced in Craftsbury.
Newfane Vt: Moore Free Library, (1989). First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; xi, (i), 256, index; illustrated with numerous black and white photographs; green cloth lettered in gilt in a pictorial dust jacket; very good in a very good dust jacket;. Newfane has been described as the most beautiful village in...
Woodstock Vt: The Woodstock Foundation, (1986). First Edition. Wraps. Quarto; pp; 135, index; profusely illustrated; pictorial color wrappers. Railroadman and so much more. His home is owned by the National Park Service in Woodstock Vt, the Marsh-Billings Farm.
Shelburne Vt. New England Press, (1987). First edition. Paperback. Octavo; pp; xii, (2), 3-148, bibliography; green printed paper wrappers, (paperback). A guide to home and farm life of the earliest Vermont settlers.
Pownell Vt: Storey Communications, (1991). First Edition. Paperback. Quarto; pp; x, 134; nicely illustrated with color photographs; original printed pictorial wrappers, paperback;. Photographs truly capture the wild nature of Vermont.
(Rutland Vt: Green Mountain Club, c1930). Wraps. 16mo five panel folding brochure; map, photographs, views; folds out to 6.5" x 17";. The Green Mountain Club is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to preserving and protecting Vermont's Long Trail - America's first long-distance hiking trail which stretches from the Massachusetts state...
New York: Greenwillow Books, (1994). First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; (viii), 117, (i); red cloth and blue paper covered boards, lettered in silver in a pictorial dust jacket;. Inscribed by the author on the title page.
New York: Harcourt Brace And Company, (1967). Hardcover. Octavo; pp; xii, 242; frontispiece; red cloth lettered in gilt in a dust jacket. Both a bookselling memoir and a chronicle of life in Vermont.
Rutland Vt: 1872. July 8, 1872, Two pages (Approx. 7.5” 9.75”) on Dunton & Yeazey Law stationery to Henry Spaulding. A friendly letter that discusses the forthcoming Presidential Election. "How are politics with you? I suppose the farmer of Chapaqua (sic) is not in very good odor with you, kowever...
Boston: David Godine, (2014). Second Edition. Hardcover. Oblong quarto; pp; 109, (i), Plate List; One hundred six beautifully illustrated plates in color and black and white by Mary Azarian; blue cloth and beige paper covered boards lettered in gilt in a pictorial dust jacket; near fine in a very good...
Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Daye Press, 1939. First Edition. Quarto; pp; 120; beautifully illustrated with sepia tone photographs by Lewis Brown, Ralph Day, Newell Green, R. D. & M. E. Snively & Cortlandt Luce; blue cloth lettered in gilt in a pictorial dust jacket;. Introduction by Charles Edward Crane. Regarded as...
Chicago: Poole Brothers for the H, T, & W RR, (1918). Wraps. Octavo; pp; (28); oillustrated, photgraphs, views, centerfold ma; riginal printed pictorial green paperwrappers; Scarce. Many nice Wilmington area views & a centerfold map, timetables;.
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., (1936). Second Printing. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; 253; green textured boards lettered in gilt;. A tale of a trip from Vermont to California by car in the 1930's; an inciteful book largely forgotton today. Much of the trip was on Route 66 as well.