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THE NEW LANGWILL INDEX: A DICTIONARY OF MUSICAL WIND-INSTRUMENT MAKERS AND INVENTORS

THE NEW LANGWILL INDEX: A DICTIONARY OF MUSICAL WIND-INSTRUMENT MAKERS AND INVENTORS

By William Waterhouse. Published by Tony Bingham, London: 1993. First Edition. 518 pp., ills., eps maps. In blue  cloth,  10 x 7”, w/gilt cover and spine lettering. Near mint condition. Essential… (344-2171). Learn More »

CODE OF VIRGINIA - 1860, 2ND EDITION

CODE OF VIRGINIA - 1860, 2ND EDITION

Published by Ritchie, Dunivant & Co., Richmond, VA: 1860. Owner signature, in ink, on upper front cover & front eps: “N.Goff Jr.”. 1022 pp., with errata. Front eps, owner bookplate:… (897-81). Learn More »

LOYALTY ON THE FRONTIER, OR, SKETCHES OF UNION MEN OF THE SOUTH-WEST… (1ST ARKANSAS CAVALRY, US)

LOYALTY ON THE FRONTIER, OR, SKETCHES OF UNION MEN OF THE SOUTH-WEST… (1ST ARKANSAS CAVALRY, US)

By A.W. Bishop, Lieut. Col. First Arkansas Cavalry Volunteers. Published by R.P. Studley, St. Louis: 1863. Presentation inscription, front eps: “Compliments of Albert Pearson/ Capt 1st Ark Co. E/… (897-75). Learn More »

VOLUME ON THE SWORD AND FIREARM COLLECTION OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI

VOLUME ON THE SWORD AND FIREARM COLLECTION OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI

Blue cloth bound hardcover meas. approx. 6.25 x 9.25 inches and runs approx. 120 pages. The full title is “SWORD AND FIREARM COLLECTION OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI IN THE ANDERSON HOUSE MUSEUM… (128-1098). Learn More »

RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-62, COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL RECORDS KEPT BY THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT

RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-62, COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL RECORDS KEPT BY THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT

Journals Kept By Union Prisoners, Together with the name, rank, company regiment and state of the four thousand who were confined there. By William H. Jeffrey. Published by the St. Johnsbury… (897-49). Learn More »

ANNALS OF THE LYNCHBURG HOME GUARD (CO. G, 11TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY)

ANNALS OF THE LYNCHBURG HOME GUARD (CO. G, 11TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY)

By Charles M. Blackford Jr. Published by the Company. John W. Rohr,  Lynchburg, VA: 1891.  Ex-Lib stamp—“Virginia Room/Jones Memorial Library/ Lynchburg, Virginia”—appears in rear endpapers.… (897-43). Learn More »

THIRD REUNION, SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND, DECEMBER, 1869

THIRD REUNION, SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND, DECEMBER, 1869

Held at Indianapolis. Published by Ohio Valley Press, Cincinnati, OH: 1870. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”. 189 pp., ills. In green glazed cloth, 6.25 x9.25”, gilt cover & spine… (897-68). Learn More »

LIFE WITH THE 49TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS

LIFE WITH THE 49TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS

By Henry T. Johns. Published for Author, Pittsfield, Mass: 1864. 391 pp., ills. In green blind-stamped buckram, 7.5 x 5.25”, w/gilt ills. Cover and spine lettering. Exhibits moderate wear at the… (344-2684). Learn More »

REPORT OF THE RECRUITING COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE ENROLLED OF WATERTOWN, MASS.

REPORT OF THE RECRUITING COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE ENROLLED OF WATERTOWN, MASS.

To fill the Quota of the Town, under the call of the president, July, 1864, for five hundred thousand men.  Published  by the Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, Boston, 1864. 22 pp. Beige wraps,… (804-526). Learn More »

BATTLES AND BIOGRAPHIES OF MISSOURIANS/ OR THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD OF OUR STATE

BATTLES AND BIOGRAPHIES OF MISSOURIANS/ OR THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD OF OUR STATE

By W. L. Webb. Kansas City, Mo. Hudson-Kimberly Pub. Co. 1900. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”.  404 pp., ills. In brown glazed cloth, 8 x 6”, with gilt spine lettering. Exhibits… (897-51). Learn More »

BELLE OF THE FIFTIES, MEMOIRS OF MRS. CLAY [VIRGINIA CLAY CLOPTON] OF ALABAMA

BELLE OF THE FIFTIES, MEMOIRS OF MRS. CLAY [VIRGINIA CLAY CLOPTON] OF ALABAMA

Put into narrative form by Ada Sterling. Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York: 1905. Ex-library. Front eps, owner book plate. 388 pp., ills., plates. In black leather, 8.75 x 6”,… (897-12B). Learn More »

IN CAMP AND BATTLE WITH THE WASHINGTON BATTERY OF ARTILLERY

IN CAMP AND BATTLE WITH THE WASHINGTON BATTERY OF ARTILLERY

By William M. Owen. Published by Ticknor and Company, Boston, MA: 1885. Front eps, owner book plate: “R.A. Weaver”. 467 pp., maps, ills., w/clean, relatively new rebound endpapers, rebound front… (897-90). Learn More »

THIRTY-ONE PRESIDENTS - 75TH ANNIVERSARY BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, BLUE AND GRAY REUNION, JUNE 29 TO JULY 6, 1938

THIRTY-ONE PRESIDENTS - 75TH ANNIVERSARY BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, BLUE AND GRAY REUNION, JUNE 29 TO JULY 6, 1938

This booklet was written by Edward Jerome Vogeler and has a copyright date of 1932. The preface states, “In the conviction that chauvinism is not American, that disillusionment sprouts from a bed of… (573-24). Learn More »

PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF JAMES WELLS, CO. “B”, 102ND OHIO INFANTRY

PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF JAMES WELLS, CO. “B”, 102ND OHIO INFANTRY

Published by James Wells, San Diego, CA: 1908. Front eps, owner book plate—“R.A. Weaver”132 pp., ills. In red glazed cloth, 6.5 x 9.25”, with gilt cover lettering. Exhibits light wear at the… (897-45). Learn More »

UNION AND ANTI-SLAVERY SPEECHES, DELIVERED DURING THE REBELLION

UNION AND ANTI-SLAVERY SPEECHES, DELIVERED DURING THE REBELLION

By Charles D. Drake. Published for the Benefit of the Ladies Union Aid Society of St. Louis, Mo. Applegate & Co., Cincinnati, OH: 1864. 431 pp. In brown buckram, 7.75 x 5.5”, w/gilt spine… (897-59). Learn More »

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PAT CLEBURNE AND GEN. T.C. HINDMAN

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PAT CLEBURNE AND GEN. T.C. HINDMAN

By Charles Edward Nash, M.D. Tunnah & Pitard, Little Rock, Ark.: 1898. Rebound. Ex-lib. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”. 288 pp., ills. In brown glazed cloth, 7.375 x 5”, w/light… (897-63). Learn More »

THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION AND ITS PRO-SLAVERY COMPROMISES, OR, Extracts from the Madison Papers…

THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION AND ITS PRO-SLAVERY COMPROMISES, OR, Extracts from the Madison Papers…

Selected by Wendell Phillips. Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, New York: 1856. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”.  208 pp. Brown blind stamped  glazed cloth,  7.875 x… (897-13A). Learn More »

1889 VOLUME FROM THE LIBRARY OF GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS

1889 VOLUME FROM THE LIBRARY OF GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS

This is an 1889 copy of “DIGEST AND MANUAL OF THE RULES AND PRACTICE OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.” Volume meas. approx. 6.00 x 8.00 inches and runs approx. 596 pages. Volume is hardcover with… (453-41). Learn More »

1871 PUBLISHED LETTERS OF 13TH & 39TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER & HIS BROTHER

1871 PUBLISHED LETTERS OF 13TH & 39TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER & HIS BROTHER

Book is ex-library and hardcover with faded maroon cloth covers. Stamped in gold on the front cover is “LETTERS FROM WO BROTHERS.” Title has a small Maltese cross above and below. Volume meas.… (B5868). Learn More »

1877 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL COURT MANUAL

1877 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL COURT MANUAL

Front cover has gold embossed state emblem and title. Spine has gold embossed title and year. Light wear to covers. Moderate wear to cover edges. Book runs 411 pages. Book contains the rules and… (172-2190). Learn More »

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WONDERFUL ANDERSONVILLE RELIC CRIBBAGE BOARD FROM THE CLARA BARTON FAIR

After the Civil War Clara Barton went to Andersonville Prison with former inmate Private Dorance Atwater of the 1st Connecticut Cavalry Battalion and 2nd New York Cavalry Regiment. Barton and Atwater had a list of names and grave numbers that Atwater… (846-111). Learn More »

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