Lot 199 of 627:
Ten booklets on Oil  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$180
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Ten booklets and pamphlets on oil and the oil industry

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Place:
Various places

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Date:
Various dates

Description:

25x16.5 cm (9¾x6½") or a bit smaller, wrappers.

Includes:

  • The Directors of Standard Oil Company to Its Shareholders. 10 pp. (Top corner of front wrapper chipped, rear wrapper torn.) New York: May 16, 1906.
  • Howland. Standard Oil. [20] pp. Illustrated from photographs. New York: Outlook, 1907.
  • Oil lands leasing bill: hearing before the Committee on Public Lands, United States Senate, Sixty-third Congress, third session on H.R. 16136, an act to authorize exploration for the disposition of coal, phosphate, oil, gas, potassium, or sodium 234 (of 238) pp. Folding map of the Glen Pool in Oklahoma. (Spine perished, lacking rear wrapper and last four pages). Washington: Govt. Ptg. Office, 1915.
  • Sears. Geology and oil and gas prospects of part of Moffat County, Colorado, and southern Sweetwater County, Wyoming. [4], 269-319 pp. Large folding map in rear endpaper pocket (the pocket is torn, the map is not). Washington: Govt. Ptg. Office, 1924.
  • The Derrick's Annual Review of Oil Fields... for 1923. 22 pp. Oil City, PA: 1923.
  • Ely. Oil Conservation through Interstate Agreement: Federal Oil Conservation Board. 398 pp. Washington: Govt. Ptg. Office, 1933.
  • The Eventful Decades: A History of the Ohio Oil Co. 1887-1937. 55 pp.32 pp.
  • A History of Devonian Oil Company 1891-1941.
  • Whose Oil Is It? The Question of Subsoil Rights in Mexico. 16 pp. New York: Standard Oil Co., 1939
  • The Solution for the Mexican Confiscation.  16 pp. New York: Standard Oil Co., [c.1939].

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Item number:
280465
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