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1 Gas Engines Magazines
PAPER BOOKLET 
There are seven (7) Gas Engines magazines. 1) Jan-Feb 1967 Volule 2 #1. 35 pages, black and white ilustrations. Aultman & Taylor #106 Complete Restoration (with story and pictures; 2) March 1987 Volume 22 #3, 65 pages. Black and white illustrations. Color front cover of4 HP Holand Vertical engine, back cover 1930 HI Clearance Caterpillar 10 and MightyMite tractor; 3) June 1986 Volume 21 #6, 88 pages, black and white illustrations, front cover color pictue Square Piston Engine 1944 WD97 tractor, CG General tractor, 1913 5-12 Little Bell Tractor; 4) March 1986 Volume 21 #3, 56 pages. Front cover color of 1948 Schramm Fordair 60 Crawler, Gas Engine Display in Mechanicsburg, PA and Olin 4 HP Serial #89; 5) June 1985 Volume 2 #4, 80 pages. Front cover color Dayton engine with restoration story and pictures, back cover a homemade tractor and 2 Case tractors; 6) Nov. Dec 1979 Volume 14 #6, 4 pages, Front cover color Weber engine;7) Fan Feb 1980 Volume 15 #1, 51 pages. Front cover color 3 HP York engine. All of these softcover magazines have wonderful stories of restoration of engines,other articles about sparkplugs, gas engine shows and auctions, Ladie's Page, Vermont Made engines, etc. All seven for $50.00 or your choice $8.50 each. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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2 Abbott, J.S.C. Christopher Carson Known as Kit Carson.
Published by Dodd Mead, Hard Cover 
CR 1873, this is 1898, 348 pages. Frontis is only illustration, slight foxing, owner's stamp on endpapers, covers have white spots on spine and cover edges, content good+. Western Americana, Kit Carson, indians, native americans, fur traders. 
Price: 34.00 USD
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3 Abbott, Jacob. Rollo's Tour in Europe - Rollo In London.
Published by W. J. Reynolds, Boston, 1855, Hard Cover 
entered 1854, 222 pages. Cloth embossed front and back covers, brown, edgewear, slight fade. Gilt lettering, all good+. This is the 4th in a series of tour books. 15 engravings. History, Europe, Trave l in Europe, London, Britain. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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4 Abbott, Lyman & Rev. Halliday. Henry Ward Beecher.
Hartford, CT Published by American Publ., Hartford. Entered 1882 Hard Cover 
Entered 1882 & 1887, this 1887 with 670 pages. Brown covers, corners slight bump, slight wear o/w good+. A Sketch of his career with analyses of his power as a preacher, lecturer, orator and journalist. Biography, New England, Religion, journalists, orators. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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5 Ables, Tom. The Story of Buck Knives.
El Cajon, CA Buck Knives, Inc. First Edition Hard Cover 
Large book. CR 1991, 120 pages with index. Beautiful color photos of knives, black and white of Buck family and knives. Dust jacket mint, covers brown semi-leather spine, brown cloth with gilt lettering. For those of you who are true knife buffs - this story of the perfection of the most famous knife - Buck's Model 110 Folding Hunter is unfolded in detail. how it came about and how it revolutionized the knife industry. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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6 Abraham, Herbert. Asphalts and Allied Substances.
New York D. Van Nostrand Second Edition Hard Cover 
Their Occurance, Mode of Protection, Uses inthe Arts and Methods of Testing. Corrected second edition, 208 illustrations, black and white. Title date 1920, CR 1918, 1920. Old tape marks back two pages, spine loose. Pages 561-563 taped. 608 pages with index and 2 pages of ads. One table, one fold-out. Page edges rough, has been used a lot but it is all complete. Front and back spine has small separation, corners show wear. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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7 Adams, James Truslow. Dictionary of American History.
Published by Scribners Sons, CR 1940, Hard Cover 
these all in 1946. Five (5) volumes with one volume Index. All covers and contents are very good. Blue speckled covers. American History, History, U.S. History, Americana. 
Price: 120.00 USD
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8 Adams, Kramer A. Covered Bridges of the West.
Berkeley, CA Howell-North First Edition Hard Cover 
A history and illustrated guide, states of Washington, Oregon & California.Dust jacket and book very good condition, 146 pages, black and white photographs. Illustrated covers. You may still find 120 covered bridges, including a few built in the 1960's. You will find enough basic information to build your own covered bridge. 
Price: 34.00 USD
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9 Adams, Kramer A. Covered Bridges of the West.
Berkeley, CA Howell North First Edition Hard Cover 
A History and Illustrated Guide to Washington, Oregon and California. Dust jacket slight tears, illustrated covers of plans for bridge. CR 1963. Beautiful pictures of covered bridges on the West coast of the U. S. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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10 Adams, Ramon Six-Guns and Saddle Leather.
Hard Cover 
A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Western Outlaws and Gunmen. Published by the University of Oklahoma, Norman. CR 1969 with 808 pages and index. This is the new edition, revised and greatly enl arged. Dust jacket shows slight wear. Covers and content very good. An excellent resource for collectors and lovers of the old west. 
Price: 105.00 USD
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11 Adkin, Mark. The Charge.
London, England Leo Cooper First Edition Hard Cover 
The Real Reason Why The Light Brigade Was Lost. Dust jacket and book very good condition. CR 1996, 285 pages with index, notes, and sources with four appendices, black and white photos, 15 maps, and seven sketches with symbols and abbreviations used on maps. One of Britain's best known glorious disasters. The Charge of the Light Brigade, is taken apart by a former professional soldier. With his military expertise and detailed research of participant's accounts and a careful study of the actual ground, the result shatters many long-held conceptions of how and why it happened, and who was to blame. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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12 Ageton, Arthur. Dead Reconing.
Washington, D. C. USGPO Third Edition Hard Cover 
Altitude and Azimath Table. 1940, 53 pages. Previous owner's name in ink at bottom front pastedowns. All charts, graphs, etc., have pages with tabs. Black covers with gilt lettering, slight soil, but overall very good condition. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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13 Ainsworth, Ed The Cowboy In Art.
New York Bonanza Books First Edition Hard Cover 
CR MCMLXVIII (1968), 242 pages with index, black and white and color illustrations of paintings by Remington, Charles Russell, Fred Harmon, Jr., James Boren, W.R.Leigh, Charlie Dye, etc. Foreward by John Wayne, with frontis of Wayne on horseback. The cowboy and his horse have inspired thousands of remarkaale works of art. Dust jacket slight tears, covers and content good+. 
Price: 48.00 USD
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14 Alaska. Klondike. The Chicago Record's Book for Gold Seekers.
Hard Cover 
Published by World Bible House, Pennsylvania, CR 1897. 555 pages with 3 pages of ads. White covers with some of the illustration left on front and back covers. Lettering on front and back covers can s till be seen. The words Alaska and Klondike are in gold (faded). Slight paper split front inside cover hinge. Otherwise the condition is good, tight and complete. Every known practical and contemplate d route to all gold fields in the North, are fully, comprehensively and minutely described with maps and tables of distances, all of which are absolutely reliable. The only newspaper to send a staff c orrespondent to the gold fields and his letters describing the great Klondike "strike" was the first announcement in this country of the discovery. Black and white illustrations. Invaluable informatio n for historians and researchers. Western Americana, Americana, Alaska, Gold Mines, Gold, Klondike. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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15 Alexander, John. Ghosts - Washington's Most Famous Ghost Stories.
Washington, D. C. Washingtonian Books Hard Cover 
Dust jacket has tears, all else good+ condition. CR 1975, 152 pages with index. Back blank page torn out. Sepia and black and white photos. A collection of 64 reported incidents and legends about spirits of the great and near great of Washington that still come calling on the city. Stories with George Washington still riding across his estate on horseback... Dolly Madison's nocturnal parties at the Octagon, John Quincy Adams pacing in the Old House of Representatives, and Abraham Lincoln counseling Presidents inside the Executive mansion. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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16 Allen, Alexander. Life and Letters of Phillips Brooks.
Published by Dutton, NY in 1900, Hard Cover 
believe this is a first edition in 2 volumes. Volume 1 - 650 pages, Volume 2 - 956 pages with index. Maroon w/gold covers. Backstrap on volume 2 has a slight wrinkle in cloth at bottom. Top edges gold (TEG). All good+. He was a Professor in Episcopal Theological school in Cambridge, MA. Religion, Theology, Massachusetts, Cambridge, MA., New England. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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17 Allen, C. Frank. Engineering Law for Engineers.
New York McGraw Hill Book Company Third Edition Hard Cover 
Part 1 - Elements of Law for Engineering, Part II Contract Letting. CR 1917, 1929, this 1933. Approximately 560 pages, tan covers, slight soil, overall good+ condition. To give the engineer a sufficient understanding of important fundamental features of law. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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18 Allen, Paul M. Out of Season.
New York Vantage Press. Stated first Edition Hard Cover 
Dust jacket is price clipped, otherwise all good+ condition. CR 1968, signed by Allen on title page over his printed name. 195 pages. A South Carolina man was going to write about the Negroes who worked for his family for the past 75 years, found that his memories widened and he wrote about his family life in the country and in the city from post-Civil War readjustment days to now. His father was a doctor in an area that encompassed Spartanburg, Enoree, and Cavins, South Carolina. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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19 Allen, Richard Sanders. Covered Bridges of the Northeast.
Brattleboro, Vermont Published by Stephen Greene, Brattleboro, CR 1957, Hard Cover 
CR 1957, 1st edition, 121 pages w/index. Dust jacket tears o/w all else good+. Complete story of covered bridges in words and pictures. Connecticut, New England, covered bridges, wooden bridges. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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20 Allen, Richard Sanders. Covered Bridges of the South.
New York Bonanza Books Hard Cover 
CR MCMLXX (1970), dust jacket (price clipped) and book very good condition. 54 pages with index and glossary. Previous owner's name stamp front pastedowns, black and white photos with a roster of all existing structures in North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Kentucky; and of bridges that are no longer there in Mississippi, Arkansas, and Texas. Tells of John Montgomery's single span, 436 foot wooden suspension bridge, the longest ever built in the world. Horace King, the freed slave who built many bridges in Alabama and Georgia, and much more. 
Price: 38.00 USD
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