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THE NAIVE AND SENTIMENTAL LOVER.

THE NAIVE AND SENTIMENTAL LOVER.

by le CARRE, JOHN.

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London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1971]., 1971. First edition. First edition. Fine in fine, bright, unfaded dust jacket. The rise and fall of Aldo Cassidy, a man caught between the two sides of his aspiring nature in his search and aspirations for life to provide him "something more." An exceptional copy.
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THE NAIVE AND SENTIMENTAL LOVER.

THE NAIVE AND SENTIMENTAL LOVER.

by le CARRE, JOHN.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972., 1972. First edition. First U.S. edition. Fine in fine, bright, unfaded dust jacket. The rise and fall of Aldo Cassidy, a man caught between the two sides of his aspiring nature in his search and aspirations for life to provide him "something more."
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NAKAI TOH. MY DAYS WITH THE FINEST PEOPLE ON GOD'S GREEN EARTH.

NAKAI TOH. MY DAYS WITH THE FINEST PEOPLE ON GOD'S GREEN EARTH.

by GIBSON, WALTER.

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Bountiful: Family History Publishers, 1994., 1994. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Signed by the author. Pictorial wrappers, [6], 104 pp., foreword, introduction, illustrated. Memoirs of life as an Indian Trader at Mexican Water, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation, 1920s -1940s. As new, unread copy.
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THE NAKED KISS

THE NAKED KISS

by FULLER, SAMUEL

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New York: Belmont Books, [1964]., 1964. First edition. First edition. A paperback original novel. Belmont L92-596. A fine, bright, unread copy. Fuller's novelization of his one-hundred page script, providing generous back stories about the three central characters. The novel is centered around a former call girl who relocates to a buttoned-down suburb, determined to fit in with mainstream society. Basis for the 1964 film noir of the same name, starring Constance Towers, Anthony Eisley, and Michael Dante. Scarce, particularly in this condition; Housed in a cloth slipcase with titles on the spine.
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THE NAKED VILLANY

THE NAKED VILLANY

by DAVEY, JOCELYN

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1958., 1958. First edition. First U. S. edition. Pseudonym of Chaim Raphael (1908-1994). Inscribed to Vera Caspary on the front free fly leaf: "To Vera Caspary - or rather for 'Laura' / the rare thing - a perfect book / Chaim Raphael / 'Jocelyn Davey' / London / May 1959." Fine in dust jacket very lightly sunned on the spine with minor wear to the spine ends and extremities, and a small, mild indentation to the front cover. Ambrose Usher, an Oxford-don turned secret agent becomes involved with some lost Bach manuscripts, a crucial passage from the Old Testament, a colony of kidnapped monkeys, and murder. A compelling association copy, inscribed to author Vera Caspary, whose 1943 novel Laura served as the basis for Otto Preminger's 1944 film noir. High praise, and yes - a perfect book.
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NANTAN. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOHN P. CLUM. VOLUME I. CLAVERACK TO TOMBSTONE, SEPTEMBER 1851-MAY...

NANTAN. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOHN P. CLUM. VOLUME I. CLAVERACK TO TOMBSTONE, SEPTEMBER 1851-MAY 1882

by LEDOUX, GARY

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[N.P.: Trafford Publishing, 2007]., 2007. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Signed by the author. Color pictorial paper over boards, [4], 475 pp., forward, acknowledgments, about the author, introduction, illustrated, facsimiles, chapter end notes, appendix, bibliography, index. The life of John P. Clum is a complicated one as he is best known as Tombstone's mayor during the Earp-Clanton period and the gunfight at the O. K. Corral. He was also the founder of the TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. He engaged in a number of careers and was a weatherman as he telegraphed the first weather report from post Civil War New Mexico. He also was an Indian agent in charge of 4,500 Apaches, he was part of the real estate boom in California, he was a postal inspector, helped to foil an illegal international gambling syndicate, established post offices all over Alaska, etc. He has been called daring, brave, heroic, etc. and also bombastic, impudent, and brash. He was an unusual product of his day and this book provides a… Read More
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NANTUCKET

NANTUCKET

by GLASER, LOUIS [PHOTOGRAPHER]

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New York: Published & Copyrighted By Adolph Wittemann, 1885., 1885. First edition. First edition. 3 1/4" x 5" decorative red cloth printed in black, 12 plates of Albertype views, accordion fold format, printed advertisement on rear pastedown sheet. Advertisement is by "J. F. Murphy, News Agent, Old Colony Depot, Boston. Fall River Line of Steamers, Sea View House, Cottage City, Herald Building, Nantucket." Views include: The Town of Nantucket (double-page panorama from off shore), Main Street, Old Fish Cart, Oldest House In Nantucket, Built In 1686, The Nantucket (a large beachfront hotel), Sankaty Lighthouse, Brant Point Lighthouse, Bathing At The North Shore, etc. [OCLC locates only the U of Waterloo holding of this viewbook]. A fine, bright copy.
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NARRATIVE OF EDWARD MCGOWAN INCLUDING A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR'S ADVENTURES AND PERILS...

NARRATIVE OF EDWARD MCGOWAN INCLUDING A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR'S ADVENTURES AND PERILS WHILE PERSECUTED BY THE SAN FRANCISCO VIGILANCE COMMITTEE OF 1856

by MCGOWAN, EDWARD

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San Francisco: Published by the author, 1857., 1857. First edition. First edition. 12mo. Original pictorial wrappers, viii, [9] - 240 pp., introduction, eight full-page illustrations [rather than the normally collated seven] and one text illustration. The 1857 edition is "exceedingly rare" according to Six Guns 1408. A gripping account of Edward McGowan's adventures and perils while persecuted Sby the San Francisco Vigilance Committee by who he was indicted for his involvement in the killing of James King in 1856. This account also has a report of his trial which resulted in his acquittal. Ned McGowan was one of the truly colorful characters of early California. Six Guns 1408 says "Scarce." "Contains some material on Jack Powers, with whom the author hid out when the vigilance committee was after him." Wheat Gold Rush 132 says, "The 'other side' of the San Francisco Vigilance Committee of 1856. Ned McGowan escaped from the Committee amid many exciting… Read More
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NARRATIVE OF THE SURRENDER OF A COMMAND OF U. S. FORCES AT FORT FILLMORE, N.M. IN JULY, A. D., 1861

NARRATIVE OF THE SURRENDER OF A COMMAND OF U. S. FORCES AT FORT FILLMORE, N.M. IN JULY, A. D., 1861

by MCKEE, MAJOR JAMES COOPER [SURGEON, U. S. ARMY]

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Boston: Printed By John A. Lowell & CO., 1886., 1886. First edition. 11" x 8 3/4" Original plain, stapled wrappers, 32 pp., introductory, maps, index. Third edition according to Howes M125 and the only edition with maps. He also notes 300 copies printed but only a few have been on the rare book market. AE locates only the 1960 Houston edition and only one copy of the 1886 edition in 1922. Eberstadt’s had a copy of the 1886 edition in 1954. In our copy, there is a long presentation note to Essex Institute, Salem, Mass.: "With the compliments of the author and request that this narrative be filed among your records of the Civil War, for the use, not only of the reading public, but for the information and benefit of the Historian and future generations." Graff 2621. Nicholson p.586. Nevins I p.126: "Important only because it recounts a singular and unknown event in an isolated region." Tis book includes eye-witness accounts of the battle at Old… Read More
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NARRATIVE OF AN EXPEDITION THROUGH THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI TO ITASCA LAKE, THE ACTUAL SOURCE OF...

NARRATIVE OF AN EXPEDITION THROUGH THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI TO ITASCA LAKE, THE ACTUAL SOURCE OF THIS RIVER ; EMBRACING AN EXPLORATORY TRIP THROUGH THE ST. CROIX AND BURNTWOOD (OR BROULE) RIVERS IN 1832

by SCHOOLCRAFT, HENRY R.

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New York: Published By Harper & Brothers, 1834., 1834. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Original cloth, titles stamped on a paper label affixed to the spine, vi, 7 - 307 [1] pp., preface, uncut, five maps (two folding), errata. Includes the author's explorations on the St. Croix and Burntwood Rivers. "This is an account by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864) of his discovery of the Mississippi River's source, Lake Itasca, in 1832. Schoolcraft was an Indian agent for the region, and he assembled an expeditionary party of thirty, including Ozawindib (an Ojibway guide and interpreter), an army officer, a surgeon, a geologist, and interpreter, and a missionary. They set out with instructions from Secretary of War Lewis Cass to effect a permanent peace among the region's Native Americans, persuade them to be vaccinated against smallpox, acquire demographic and scientific information, and establish definitively the origin of the Mississippi. Expedition Through the Upper Mississippi… Read More
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A NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERING OF DOLLY WEBSTER AMONG THE CAMANCHE INDIANS IN TEXAS, WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE MASSACRE OF JOHN WEBSTER AND HIS PARTY, AS RELATED BY MRS. WEBSTER

by DOLBEARE, DR. BENJAMIN

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New Haven: Yale University Library, 1986., 1986. First edition. Facsimile Reprint. Limited to 500 copies. Boards with Cloth spine. xi, 34pp. Preface by George Miles, Curator, Yale Collection of Western Americana. Reprints the only known copy of this Texas captivity narrative. As New.
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NARRATIVES OF CAPTIVITY AMONG THE INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. A LIST OF BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS ON...

NARRATIVES OF CAPTIVITY AMONG THE INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. A LIST OF BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS ON THIS SUBJECT IN THE EDWARD E. AYER COLLECTION OF THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY

by AYER, EDWARD E. [THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY]

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[New York: Maurizio Martino Publisher, n. d. (ca 2003)]., 2003. First edition. Reprint edition. 8vo. Limited to 300 copies. Red cloth, x, 120 pp., plus Supplement vii [1], 49 pp. Contains a list of books and manuscripts on this subject in the Edward E. Ayer collection of the Newberry Library. Fine, unread copy. An important book on the subject.
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NARROW GAUGE IN THE ROCKIES.

NARROW GAUGE IN THE ROCKIES.

by [COLORADO]. BEEBE, LUCIUS & CHARLES CL

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Berkeley: Howell-North, 1958., 1958. First edition. First edition. Quarto. Limited edition of 850 copies signed by the authors and numbered. This is copy 725 of the Clear Board edition. Black cloth, gold stamping on front cover and spine, pictorial endpapers, 224 pp., frontis. [color painting by Howard Fogg of narrow-gauge train No. 100 running along the margin of Mineral Creek in 1888], acknowledgments, dedication, foreword, illustrated, plates, portraits, maps, folding map in rear pocket. An interesting history of the narrow gauge railroads in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Fine in original transparent dust jacket. Housed in the original pictorial paper over boards slipcase with moderate wear to spine ends and corners.
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NARROW HOUSES. VOLUME I.

NARROW HOUSES. VOLUME I.

by CROWTHER, PETER [EDITED BY].

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[London]: Little, Brown and Company, [1992]., 1992. First edition. First edition. Signed by the editor and four of the authors. Twenty-nine specially commissioned stories by some of the great names of contemporary fiction. Some of the contributors are Ray Bradbury, Rex Miller, Ed Gorman, Ramsey Campbell, William F. Nolan, Andrew Vachss, Jonathan Carroll, and many others. Signed by Christopher Fowler, Kim Newman, Nicholas Royle, and Robert Holdstock. Fine in dust jacket.
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NASH SPECIAL EIGHT SERIES, TWIN IGNITION. [COVER TITLE]

NASH SPECIAL EIGHT SERIES, TWIN IGNITION. [COVER TITLE]

by [NASH MOTOR COMPANY, KENOSHA, WISCONSIN]

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N. P.: Privately printed, [1930]., 1930. First edition. 7 3/4" x 12 1/8" oblong, decorated stiff wrappers, n. p. [8 pp.], illustrated in color. In addition to the cars displayed in color, there is information on each vehicle, features of the line, and specifications. Photos include that of the modern eight-cylinder Sedan, the Special Eight Sedan-Convertible, the Convertible Roadster, the Special Eight Coupe and the Victoria which "was unquestionably the smartest car ever designed for five. (passengers)." Special features for this years Nash were an improved Ride Control, improved seat adjustment, adjustable sun visor and two clove and compartments. The biggest improvement was the Slip-Stream body design with Beavertail back so that "passengers ride ahead of instead of directly over the rear axle." Automobile dealer stamp at the top of front cover, a former owner of the booklet has penciled in the price over two of the cars, edges of the cream colored covers are tanned… Read More
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NATHAN'S RUN.

NATHAN'S RUN.

by GILSTRAP, JOHN.

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[New York]: HarperCollins, [1996]., 1996. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Author's first book. Fine in dust jacket. Twelve-year-old orphan, Nathan Bailey, is accused of murdering a cop. On the run, he becomes the target of a nationwide manhunt even as a vicious hit man is closing in on him. In an attempt to stay alive, Nathan approaches and wins the trust of a radio talk-show host, who allows him to plead his case to a rapt nation.
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THE NATION THIEF.

THE NATION THIEF.

by HOUSTON, ROBERT.

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New York: Pantheon Books, [1984]., [1984]. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Fine in dust jacket. Historical suspense novel based on the 19th century figure of William Walker, a thirty-year-old surgeon, lawyer, newspaper editor and radical reformer who, along with his band of 57 filibusters, attempted to conquer Nicaragua, liberate the Indians, and create a land of perfect democracy. The results were the same as with anyone who tries to tell people what's right or good for them.
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NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER--THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1838.

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New York: Gales & Seaton, 1838., 1838. First edition. Four (4) pages. Six (6) columns per page. General content including American political issues, world news, and other. In addition, an article about the Eclipse of September 18, a variety of military issues, hostilities between Sioux and Chippewa Indians, and considerable information regarding the Republic of Texas and it's recent election. Very Good condition.
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NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER--THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1856.

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New York: Gales & Seaton, 1856., 1856. First edition. Four (4) pages. Seven (7) columns per page. A broad range of topics are covered. American political issues, world news, and other. An interesting article of correspondence from Crow Wing, Minnesota providing information regarding the area and it's trading post, primarily serving the Chippewa Indians. Some light foxing to first page, else in Very Good condition.
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NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF MEXICO, WORKERS ADMINISTRATION. VISIT MEXICO'S BYWAYS. OAXACA....

NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF MEXICO, WORKERS ADMINISTRATION. VISIT MEXICO'S BYWAYS. OAXACA. PATZCUARO. URUAPAN. JALAPA. DIRECT RAIL CONNECTIONS. TIME TABLE FOLDER. ISSUED MAY 20, 1939

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N.P.: Privately printed, 1939., 1939. First edition. 9" x 8," in orange and brown printed wrappers, folded in half. 24 pp. including wrappers. Double column text. Illustrations. Maps. General information for the traveler followed by three pages of information on Mexico City and the vicinity. One-page street map of Mexico City. At center is a system map of the National Railways of Mexico from El Paso to Yucatan and showing all principl station. Also at center is a 5" x 8" map showing the the railway system from Aguascalientes and Gaudalajara down to Puero Mexico. Eleven pages of time schedules followed by a listing of fares to Mexico City via rail and pullman. Light soiling to wrappers. Very good.
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