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BOOKS & MORE AUCTION #19002
- March 12th, 2019 8:00PM

Item Description
1.Antique Photograph of Little farm boy in straw hat and overalls. It is labeled Frank Hicks son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Hicks of Dayton, Ohio.
2.Antique Photograph of National Hotel. It is labeled NO. 5986 National Hotel. No other marks.
3.Familiar Quotations A Collection of Passages, Phrases, and Provers Tracedto Their Sources In Ancient and Modern Literature by John Bartlett. Tenth Edition Revised and Enlarged by Nathan Haskell Dole 1919. Binding is slightly loose but in tact.2 Book Lot!. A Thousand Miles Up The Nile by Amelia B. Edwards and Light From Egypt by Rev. J. N. Fradenburgh, D.D. 1897. Some staining on the covers but the bindings are still in good condition.
4.Kings of Capital Knights of Labor by John McDowell Leavitt, D.D., Formerly Editor of the International Review, and Presidentof Lehigh University 1886. The binding is loose with some loose leafs. Some wear on the spine and outer cover as shown. The book is full of beautiful illustrations as shown.
5.Antique photograph of a happy baby in a dress sitting on a chair. There is some spotting but the picture is clear.
6.Two Book Lot! A Thousand miles up the Nile by Amelia B. Edwards and Light From Egypt by Rev. J.N. Fradenburgh, D.D. 1897. Some Staining on the covers but the bindings are still in good condition.
7.Two Book Lot! The Panama Canal by Frederic J. Haskin 1914 and The Story of The Panama Canal by Logan Marshall Illustrated 1913. These books have some wear consistent with age. They contain a lot of beautiful illustrations and data pertaining to the making of the Panama Canal.
8. The Writer’s Cartoon Book edited by Lois Rosenthal 1970. The binding is tight and it is full of cartoon illustrations.
9.Antique tintype photograph of a happy baby in a chair. Marked Brooks on the back.
10.The Art of Living by Norman Vincent Peale 1937. Binding is tight. Original dust cover has some wear consistent with age but in tact as shown.
11.Antique albumen photographs of Rooster and Hens. No markings.
12.Antique family photographs mix mediums. Shows the members of the family as they age. Total of 7 pictures of the family.
13. Doll’s Day by Carine Cadby Illustrated with Twenty-nine Photographs by Will Cadby 1916. Binding is tight and in tact. Filled with photographs of dolls posing in lifelike positions.
14.Picturesque Europe by George W. Bertron 1910. Has wear on spine and cover. The binding is loose in some areas. It has illustrations throughout.
15.The Harp of God: A text-book for Bible study specially adapted for use of beginners; with numerous questions and Scripture citations. By J. F. Rutherford. Published by International Bible Students Association Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society. Printed 1928. Cover is in good condition. Has illustrations throughout.
16.Antique Photograph of dapper young man in a suit and tie. No names or markings.
17.Great Books As Life-Teachers: Studies of Character Real and Ideal by Newell Dwight Hillis. Printed 1899. Binding is tight and cover is in good condition.
18.Two Antique Cabinet Card Photographs of man with a long beard by Chicago Photo Co. with the name George Samuels hand written on the back.
19.Proverbs: Maxims and Phrases, drawn from all lands and times: carefully selected and indexed for convenient reference: furnishing apt illustrations for use in conversation, writing, and public discourse. By John H. Bechtel. Printed 1902. Cover and spine have some wear and the binding is slightly loose.
20.Walt Disney’s story of Davy Crockett Record and Book. Produced 1971. The book shows some wear on the outer cover. There are no rips or tears in the pages. The record appears to be in good working condition as well.
21.Aunt Jo’s Scrap-Bag. Shawl Straps. Scrap Bag Vol II. by Louisa M. Allcott. Printed 1882. Cover shows some wear. The binding is slightly loose.
22.Gregg Shorthand Dictionary lot of 3. Printed 1953-1958. They are in varying conditions as shown.
23.The Red Book of Birds of America by Frank G. Ashbrook. Illustrations by Paul Moller. Volume I. Printed 1931. It has some water damage and is no longer red and the binding is loose. But the illustrations are still in tact.
24.The Return To Religion by Henry C. Link, Ph.D. Printed 1937. The book is in overall good condition.
25.Two Book Lot! The Story of Abraham re-told by Edith Robarts. Illustrated by E.S. Hardy. Has some separation as shown. Common Service Book of the Lutheran Church. Binding is in good condition.
26.Two Book Lot! Education and the Good Life by Bertrand Russell. The Child: His Nature and His Needs; A Survey of Present-Day Knowledge Concerning Child Nature and the Promotions of the Well Being and Education of The Young. By M. V. O’Shea. Both books are in overall good condition with some wear on the cover and spine.
27.Three Book Lot! - Strategy in Poker, Business, and War by John McDonald, illustrated by Robert Osborn. It is in overall good condition. - Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business by Dale Carnegie. Printed 1938. The dust cover has some missing pieces. - As a Man Thinketh by James Allen. There are some stains on the cover but in good structural condition.
28.Select Notes: A Commentary on International Lessons For 1899 and for 1900. The covers of both volumes have some slight wear but are in tact. The bindings are slightly loose with some separations as shown. Also comes with some personal notes by whoever once studied these books.
29.Brains of Rats and Men: A Survey of The Origin and Biological Significance of The Cerebral Cortex by C. Judson Herrick. Printed 1927. The Binding is tight with some slight separation as shown. There is also some slight foxing throughout. There are multiple illustrations. Cover is in good condition with slight wear.
30.Why Stop Smoking? by Albert A. Ostrow printed 1955. First Edition. Some discoloration on cover but in overall good condition.
31.A Manual of Normal Physical Signs by Wyndham B. Blanton. Second Edition. Printed 1930. Book is in overall good condition.
32.A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Women by T. Gaillard Thomas M.D. Printed 1878. The binding is tight. There are some stains and wear on the leather cover as shown. There are numerous illustrations throughout.
33.A Textbook of Surgery for Students and Physicians by W. Wayne Babcock. Second Edition, Rewritten with 1032 Illustrations and 8 Plates in Color. Printed in 1935. Binding is slightly loose and cover shows wear consistent with age.
34.Observations of Disorders of the Mind and Nerves in Which Their Causes and Moral Treatment are Particularly Considered. By Thomas J. Graham, M.D. Printed 1848. Some loose pages and binding is loose. The spine is missing.
35.Bulletin De La Societe De Medecine De Gand. Printed 1837-1847. Volume 3-5, Volume 8-10, Volume 6-7, and Volume 13-14. Some wear on covers consistent with age as shown. Bindings are tight.
36.An Introduction to the Calculus by William Raymond Longley, Ph.D and Wallace Alvin Wilson, Ph.D. Binding is tight with some wear consistent with age on the cover as shown.
37.Differential Equations by Lester R. Ford, Ph. D. Printed 1933. Book is in overall good condition with very little wear as shown.
38.Orange One Foot of shelf space decoration lot!
39.Blue One Foot of shelf space decoration lot!
40.Great Pictures As Seen and Described by Famous Writers. Edited and Translated by Esther Singleton. Printed 1900. There is one lose illustration as shown and some separation in the back paste and fly leaf as shown.
41.Modern Europeans: A Biographical Schoo Reader for the Upper Grades by Chester M. Sanford. Marked a Sample Copy. Contains historical photos throughout. In overall good condition with some staining on the cover as shown.
42.Three Years With the Children: One Hundred and Fifty-Six Children’s Sermons for Pastors, Illustrations for Primary Sunday-School Teachers, and Object Lessons and Blackboard talks for Superintendents of Junior Societies by Amos R. Wells. Third Edition. Printed 1900. Book is in overall good condition.
43.Outbreak of Love by Martin Boyd. Printed 1957. Book and dust cover are in overall good condition with slight wear on the dust cover as shown.
44.Averil by Rosa Nouchette Carey. Book has some slight separation between the front paste and fly as shown. The cover has some staining and wear as shown.
45.Marietta: A Maid of Venice by F. Marion Crawford. Printed 1901. Book has some wear consistent with age but is in overall good condition as shown.
46.The Ragged Edge by John Christopher. Printed 1965. Dust cover has a tear on the spine but the book is in overall great condition as shown.
47.Green Mansions by W.H. Hudson Illustrated by Keith Henderson. Filled with beautiful and striking full page etchings.
48.Trixie Belden Three Book Lot! - Trixie Belden and the Gatehouse Mystry - Trixie Belden and the Mystery of the Blinking Eye - Trixie Belden and the Mystery On Cobbett’s Island. All three are in overall good condition with some slight wear as shown.
49.Not For Profit by Fannie Newberry. Printed 1894. Book has some wear on cover consistent with age and some separation between the rear paste and fly as shown.
50.A Thousand and One Gems of English Poetry Forming A Complete Dictionary of The Most Admired Passages of the British Poets. Illustrated. Binding is loose with some separation as shown. Some staining on the cover as shown. The text block has a gilded edge that is in tact.
51.Boy Scout Edition: Crooked Trails Written and Illustrated by Frederic Remington. Printed 1898. Contains beautiful illustrations throughout. Pages and cover have some staining as shown. The binding is slightly loose but in tact. There is some wear on the cover and as shown.
52.Assignment In Space with Rip Foster by Blake Savage. Illustrated by Denny McMains. Printed in 1958. Illustrated throughout with mid century modern artwork. Book is in great condition overall with some slight wear on the corners of the spine.
53.Two book Lot! White’s Complete Arithmetic: A Complete Arithmetic Uniting Mental and Written Exercises in A Natural System of Instruction by E.E. White. Both printed in 1870. They have some wear and condition issues as shown but they are complete.
54.Antique Cook Book Lot!. - One Hundred Recipes For the Chafing Dish by H.M. Kinsley. Printed 1894. - Women’s World Chart of Properly Balanced Menus. Printed 1922. - Mama Segedi’s Cook Book. First Edition. Printed 1950. SIGNED COPY! All show some signs of wear but are all complete.
55.The History of Don Quixote by Cervantes. Illustrated by Gustave Dore. The Hogarth Press. There is some wear on the spine as shown. The binding is tight and the illustrations are all there.
56.The Book of Culture: The Basis of a Liberal Education by Esther Peyser. Printed 1934. The binding is tight and the book is in overall good condition with only some wear on the edges as shown.
57.The Lives and Times of the Roman Pontiffs From St. Peter to Pius IX by the Chevalier Artaud De Montor. Translated from the French. Volume I. Printed 1869. There are illustrations throughout. There is some wear on the cover and some slight separation between the rear fly and paste leaf. (The Clock is being used as a page weight and is not included)
58.Lot of Three Pollyanna Books! - Pollyanna Grows Up by Eleanor H. Porter. Printed 1915. - Pollyanna’s Debt of Honor by Harriet Lummis Smith. Printed 1940. - Pollyanna of the Orange Blossoms by Harriet Lummis Smith. All three books have some staining and some separations but they are all complete as shown.
59.The World’s Great Classics: Sacred Books of the East Including Selections From The Vedic Hymns, Zend-Avesta, Dham-Mapada, Upanishads, The Koran, and The Life of Buddha. Revised Edition. by Timothy Dwight, Richard Henry Stoddard, Arthur Richmond Marsh, Paul Van Dyke, and Albert Ellery Bergh. Printed 1900. With illustrations throughout. Book is complete with some separation in between the rear paste and fly and some staining and wear on the cover as shown.
60.Shams or Uncle Ben’s Experience with Hypocrites by John S. Draper. Printed 1899. There are some loose pages as shown and some wear on the cover with some separation between the rear paste and fly leaf. There are illustrations throughout.
61.Seven Pillars of Wisdom: A Triumph by T.E. Lawrence. Printed 1935. The dust cover has some tears and missing sections but the book itself is in overall great condition and has beautiful illustrations throughout.
62.Character Sketches of Romance Fiction and the Drama by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer. Volume’s One and Two. Both volumes are in good condition with tight bindings and some basic wear consistent with age and staining on the covers as shown.
63.Dewey Decimal Classification and Relative Index Devised by Mevil Dewey 9th Abridged Edition. Printed 1965.
64.The Kingdom by Edward Edgar. Printed approximately 1906.
65.Great Symphonies: How to Recognize and Remember Them by Sigmund Spaeth. Printed 1936. Book is in overall good condition with some staining on the cover and wear as shown.
66.The Chief European Dramatists: Twenty-One Plays From the Drama of Greece, Rome, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Denmark, and Norway from 500 B.C to 1879 A.D. by Brander Matthews. Second Impression 1916. Has some wear on cover as shown.
67.Aspects of Modern Drama by Frank Wadleigh Chandler. Printed 1922. Book is in overall great condition with just some slight wear consistent with age as shown.
68.Iconoclasts: A Book of Dramatists by James Huneker. Printed 1905. Has some separation between the front paste and fly leaf. Cover has some staining and wear as shown.
69.The Animal World: Pictures, Descriptions, and Anecdotes with Ilustrations by F. Specht and J. Wolf. This book is full of amazing illustrations of various animals. The artistry is astounding. Some slight foxing and staining on the cover but the book in in overall good condition.
70.Now in November by Josephine Johnson. Printed 1935. Binding is slightly loose and there is some wear and staining on the cover as shown.
71.That Printer of Udell’s by Harold Bell Wright illustrated by John Clitheroe Gilbert. Printed 1903. Illustrations throughout. Some staining and wear on the cover but overall good condition.
72.The Pilgrim’s Progress From this World to That Which is to Come by John Bunyan. Printed 1899. Has some wear on the cover as shown but in overall good condition.
73.The Poetical Works of John Milton. Illustrated. There are some loose pages and some acid deterioration as shown but the illustrations are beautiful and in tact.
74.Alsace In Rust and Gold by Edith O’Shaughnessy. Printed 1920. Some staining and wear on cover but the binding is tight. There are beautiful photographs throughout.
75.The Prophet by Kahill Gibran. Printed 1978. This is a superb edition as it comes with a book sleeve which has kept the book in near mint condition. The illustrations are beautiful and striking. Condition is excellent as shown.
76.Der Ring Des Nibelungen von Richard Wagner. Music Score. The binding is separated but complete as shown.
77.Poems in English 1530-1940 by David Daiches. Printed 1950. Comes with original dust cover which is in rough condition. The book has some slight foxing and slight wear on cover but in overall good condition.
78.An Introduction to American Literature by Brander Matthews. Printed 1896. Book contains photographs of historical homes. Has some wear and staining on the cover as shown.
79.Homenaje Al Medico Español 2nd Edition Stamp Book. This book is full of stamps as shown.
80.The Encyclopedia Britannica 13th Edition Volumes 1-4 in two books. They are in overall good condition with beautiful illustrations throughout. Just some slight wear and staining on the covers as shown.
81.A New Pronouncing English-Russian and Russian-English Dictionary of the Russian and English Languages by M. Golovinsky. Book is in good condition with some wear on the dust cover.
82.Lenin: Selected Works Volume !. Printed 1977. Has some warping in the book overall as shown. However the binding is tight and in tact.
83.Russian Poetry Books with illustrations Volumes 1,2,3,7 and 8. They have illustrations throughout and have some wear on the outer covers as shown
84.Five Volume Set of Thackary’s works. They are done in a leather 3/4 binding with marble paper. The bindings are tight and have illustrations throughout.
85.Plutarch’s Live’s by A. H. Clough Volumes 3, 4, and 5. The leather on the bindings is very brittle and missing from some volumes as shown. The marble paper is blue with gold. There are illustrations throughout.
86.Four Leather Book Lot! - Selections from Ovid and Caesar’s Gallic War by Francis W. Kelsey - The Institutions of Quintillian by Henry S. Frieze - The Works of Horace by J. L. Lincoln. The leather is brittle but the books are in tact and have beautiful illustrations throughout as shown.
87.Two Volume German Theology Articles from 1827 and 1828. They are both in good condition and bound in archival bindings. Slight foxing throughout.
88.Our Times: The United States 1900-1925 Volumes 1 and 3 by Mark Sullivan. Printed 1928 and 1930. Both volumes are in good condition with some staining and wear on the covers as shown. They are full of historical photos as shown.
89.Fifteen Volume Set of Shakespeare’s Works! They are filled with beautiful engravings. Printed in the 1880’s and 1890’s. They all very in condition as shown.
90.The Works of Edgar Allen Poe Volumes 5,7,8,9 and 10. There is some wear on the covers and one volume has what appears to be glue and paper stuck to it as shown.
91.The Oedipus Tyrannus or Sophocles edited by Mortimer Lamson Earle. Printed 1901. Has some slight foxing throughout and wear on the cover as shown. Binding is tight.
92.Handy Literal Translations Select Orations of Cicero Literally Translated with Explanatory Notes by C. D. Yonge. There are loos leaves and pages as shown but the book is complete.
93.Three Book Lot of King John by Shakespeare! They are printed in 1900 to 1905. They all have tight bindings with slight wear on the covers.
94.Anne of Green Gables Lot! -Further Chronicles of Avonlea -Anne of Avonlea - Anne of The Island -Anne fo the Windy Poplars - Chronicles of Avenlea. All show some staining on the covers. There bindings are tight with no missing pages.
95.The Plays of William Shakespeare Edited and Annotated by Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke Illustrated by H.C. Selous. Volumes I and Volume III. Both volumes contain beautiful prints and real lithographs. You can see the mark from the press. These illustrations are all high quality and beautiful pieces of art. The covers have some wear and staining as shown. These volumes are quite large as well.
96.Six Volume Set of Kipling's Works! All volumes except for one are intact. One volume has a some tape holding the spine on as shown.
97.Four Volume Set of Kiplings Works! All the volumes have some wear on the cover and spine as shown but they are all in tact.
98.Selected Works of Stephen Vincent Benet Two Volume Set! Printed in 1942. Both have slight wear but their bindings are tight and are in over all good condition.
99.The Complete Poetical Works of Bret Harte Volumes 1 & 2! Both volumes show some wear on the cover and spine but are in overall good condition as shown.
100.Two Editions of The Poetical Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes Household Edition with Illustrations. One was printed in 1887 and the other was printed in 1902. They have beautiful illustrations throughout as shown. Both have some slight wear and staining consistent with age but their binding is tight despite some slight separation in one volume as shown.
101.An Unsocial Socialist by George Bernard Shaw. Printed 1917. Cover has some wear consistent with age as shown but in overall good condition.
102.The Origin of The World According to Revelation and Science by J.W. Dawson. Printed in 1877. Some slight wear on the spine but in overall good condition.
103.A collection of letters and postcards to Henry Hartmann from a friend or family member from Germany with the years spanning from 1923-1939. The stamps show the years of Nazi occupation in Germany. There are some German Newspaper clippings as well. The letters are all in German.
104.Lot of Nineteen Uncirculated Post Cards! Catagories include National Parks, Hotels, and the Mormon Tabernacle. All are in good condition with no folds or tears.
105.Notes of The Week: U.S. Army Map Service Far East Tokyo, Japan 1956-7. As the forward states this is a limited and rare copy. It does have some condition issues but it is complete with all of it's fold outs in tact and illustrations.
106. 1953-B Red Seal - $2 US Note - Legal Tender

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