Lot 9 of 576:
Seven Volumes of Americana  

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Seven Volumes of Americana - Some Signed
Various places
Various dates

Seven Volumes. An assortment of Americana.


  • Humorous and Pathetic Stories About Abraham Lincoln: A Collection of Anecdotes and Stories Told by and of President Lincoln; Many of Them Heretofore Unpublished. Decorative wrappers. Wear to wrappers, some chips; pages yellowing and browning; good. Fort Wayne, Indiana: Lincoln Publishing Company, [1900]. Fifth Edition, Second Series.
  • Handbook for Boys, Boy Scouts of America. Decorative wrappers. Wear and soiling to wrappers; yellowed pages, foxing and some damp stains; good.  New York: The Boy Scouts of America, [1935]. 21st Printing.
  • Nasby, Petroleum V. Ekkoes from Kentucky. Green cloth with gilt spine. Wear and soiling to cloth, rubbing to edges, corner bumps; cracked hinges, foxing and yellowed pages; good. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1868. First Edition.
  • Hollandersky, Abe. The Life story of Abe the Newsboy: Hero of a Thousand Fights. Blue cloth with gilt design and spine. Signed by author opposite title page. Some wear and fading to cloth; foxing at endpapers; very good. Los Angeles: Abe the Newsboy Publishing Co, [1949]. Thirteenth Edition.
  • Mark Twain's Library of Humor. Illustrated by E.W. Kemble. Brown decorative cloth with gilt lettering and spine. Wear and soiling to cloth, rubbing and fraying at edges; hinges cracked, yellowing pages, foxing and damp stains; good. New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1888. First Edition.
  • Burbank, Luther. The Training of the Human Plant. Green cloth, paper spine label. Inscribed by Burbank on front flyleaf: "To Maurice Samuels with unbounded  admiration and love, Luther Burbank, Santa Rosa, Cal, Sept. 6, 1907." Bookplate of Maurice Samuels. Wear and soiling to cloth, rubbing at edges, corner bumps; slight foxing; good or better. New York: The Century Co, 1907.
  • Bynum, Lindley and Idwal Jones. Biscailuz: Sheriff of the New West.  Red and yellow cloth with pictorial dust jacket. Signed by Eugene Biscailuz and both of the authors on front free endpaper. Jacket clipped, moderate wear, damp stains at top edge front of jacket; wear and soiling to cloth, some discoloration from damp stain; about very good. New York: William Morrow and Company, 1950. First Edition.
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