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McGoodwin, Bessie Ware. USA, Self Published, ca 1910.
The author's girlhood memories of the Civil War and reconstruction in Selma, Alabama. A unique look at the American civil war from a teenage girl's point of view. 88pp.
Near fine. 12mo. Light blue cloth with pink, green and periwinkle decoration. Author portrait as frontispiece. Minimal wear to corner and spine, no interior marks, bright copy.
Genre: Civil War, Reconstruction, Memoir
Foster, A.C., President. Denver, 1926.
By-laws, rules and membership listing of the Cherry Hills (Golf) Club of Denver. 99pp.
Decorated green boards, lightly rubbed and bowed, general edge/corner wear. Clear tape on bottom of spine. Spine bowed, creased and slanted; fragile but holding. Owner's stamp on inside front cover.
Genre: Colorado History
Fletcher, Horace. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1898.
This book advocates happiness through doing one's best and being one's best, through forethought and with the elimination of fear. By the author the "The New Menticulture". Presentation copy to Henry James, dated August, 1905 in Venice. 261pp.
12mo. Brown half-leather, brown cloth, gilt lettering and decorations on banded spine. Leather lightly worn, back corner bent. Top edge gilt, marbled end papers.
Genre: Self-Improvement, Philosophy, Literature tie-in
Aurelius, Marcus; translated by George Long. Norwalk, Connecticut; The Easton Press, 2010.
Deluxe Limited Edition, #447 of 500. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Eleven full color tipped-in illustrations, with tissue guards, by W. Russell Flint. 108pp.
Genuine leather, dark green with gold decorations. Moire fabric end sheets, Gilded page ends. Satin ribbon place marker. Fine, no wear. Green clothed-covered slip case very good, with a few light marks.