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Air War Over Korea
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Air War Over Korea

by Jackson, Robert [Thomas J. Hudner, Jr.] [Gen. David C. Jones]

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. First edition of Air War Over Korea by Robert Jackson, inscribed by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. David C. Jones, and Medal of Honor recipient, Capt. Thomas J. Hudner, Jr. The story of Capt. Hudner was recently told by author Adam Makos. Octavo, 175pp. Black cloth, title stamped in gilt. No additional printings mentioned. Light wear to tips of spine, a near fine example. In the publisher's dust jacket, retail price on front flap, bright illustrations. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "Best Wishes, David Jones / Captain USAF (in Korea) / General USAF - later - Air Force Chief of Staff 1974-78 / Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff 1978-1982." Additional inscription: "Best wishes to you, David / T. J. Hudner Jr. MH." General David C. Jones (1921-2013) served as the ninth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was nominated by President Jimmy Carter and served into the Reagan administration.
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Inaugural Address; Delivered March 4th, 1829
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Inaugural Address; Delivered March 4th, 1829

by Jackson, Andrew

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[Boston]: B. Bailey / Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts, 1836. First Edition. Boards. Near fine. Commemorative broadside of President Andrew Jackson's first inaugural address, delivered on March 4th, 1829. This piece was issued in 1836, the year Jackson retired from office.. Printed on glossy card stock, measures 5" x 6.5". Near fine condition, light foxing along edges of card. Remnants of early mounting remaining and previous ownership inscription on verso, dated July 1837. Printing features a small engraved vignette portrait after Asher Durand, decorative border, and Jackson's facsimile signature. Housed in a custom black chemise and clamshell, title in gilt on black morocco spine. OCLC locates only two known copies and one public auction record. A unique piece of presidential ephemera. Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) served as President of the United States from 1829 to 1837. He is remembered as a controversial and fierce politician who consistently fought for democracy, majority… Read More
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Straight from the heart; Edited by Roger D. Hatch and Frank E. Watkins
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Straight from the heart; Edited by Roger D. Hatch and Frank E. Watkins

by Jackson, Jesse L.

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Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Fine/very good. First edition of Straight from the Heart by the Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, signed by the author.. Octavo, xxv, 324pp. Dark blue cloth, title stamped in gilt on spine. No additional printings mentioned on copyright page. Appears unread. In the publisher's dust jacket, chipping at edges, light sunning to spine. Signed on the half-title: "9/11/02 - Brad, Keep Hope Alive. Jesse Jackson." This collection of speeches by the Reverend Jesse Jackson covers education policy, African American issues and religious topics of the 1980s.
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Legal Lynching; Racism, Injustice and the Death Penalty
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Legal Lynching; Racism, Injustice and the Death Penalty

by Jackson, Jesse

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New York: Marlowe & Company, 1996. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Signed first edition of Legal Lynching: Racism, Injustice, and the Death Penalty by Reverend Jesse Jackson.. Octavo, 224pp. Black hardcover, title in silver on spine. Stated "First Marlowe & Company edition, 1996" on copyright page. Solid text block, clean edges, a fine example. In the publisher's text block, $22.95 retail price on front flap, a fine example. Signed on the title page: "8/19/96 Peace! Jesse Jackson Sr.
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The True Reading Made Easy
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The True Reading Made Easy

by Jackson, Isaac [compiler]

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Dublin: John Gough, 1795. Later printing. Leather bound. Good. Isaac Jackson's The True Reading Made Easy, printed in Dublin by Quaker printer John Gough in 1795, an important work in establishing piracy laws in England.. Sixteenmo, 142, [2] pp. Period leather binding, double ruled line border blind stamped on covers. Corners and edges rubbed, worn through in places. Spine worn, cracked with partial separation at front and back joints, some loss of leather at ends. Some soiling and dampstaining to covers. Despite issues, binding is stable. Woodcut illustrations, all pages present. Toning to text pages, some dog-eared pages from handling, corners torn on pages 65/66. No notations except for a gift inscription on the front pastedown. Additional title page precedes the 1795 title page, with the imprint listed as Dublin, Printed and Sold by and for Robert Jackson, 1793. Robert Jackson was Isaac Jackson's son, and he had printed an edition of this book prior to his death in 1793. OCLC locates only one… Read More
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Auf Posten in der Polarnacht; Ein Gebirgsjäger Erzählt
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Auf Posten in der Polarnacht; Ein Gebirgsjäger Erzählt

by Jacobs, Rudolf [Adolf Hitler]

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Berlin: Wilhelm Limpert-Verlag, 1941. First Edition. Cloth. Very good/very good. From the personal library of Adolf Hitler, the first edition of Auf Posten in der Polarnacht: Ein Gebirgsjäger Erzählt by Rudolf Jacobs. Translates to On Post in the Polar Night.. Octavo, 247pp, [1]. Gray cloth, title stamped on spine, polar illustration on cover. No additional printings mentioned. Lacking front free endpaper. Wear to spine, light toning, solid text block. In the publisher's dust jacket, corners clipped, previously held in library dust jacket protector, with discoloration along edges, bright illustrations otherwise. Includes the library bookplate of Adolf Hitler on the front endpaper.
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The Real Thing And Other Tales
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The Real Thing And Other Tales

by James, Henry

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New York: Macmillan and Co, 1893. First Edition, Second Issue. Cloth. Very good. First edition, second issue of The Real Thing And Other Tales by Henry James.. Small octavo, 275pp, [2]. Teal blue cloth, title in gilt on spine, front board features maroon detailing and title in black. No additional printings listed, and variant title page present (1893). Solid text block, faint foxing to leaves, toning to endpapers, sunning to spine, a touch of wear to corners, a very good example.
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Big-Enough
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Big-Enough

by James, Will

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931. First American Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/very good. First edition of Big-Enough, written and illustrated by Will James.. Octavo, [4], 314pp. Yellow cloth, title on front cover and spine. No additional printings listed, with "Scribner's A" on copyright page. Solid text block, clear illustrations, previous ownership notation on front free endpaper, a near fine example. In publisher's dust jacket, $2.50 retail price on front flap, soiling to covers, some loss at spine, a very good example. Will James (1892-1942) was an artist and author focusing on the American West. One of his other works, Smoky the Cowhorse, won the 1927 Newbery Medal, a special award for achievements in children's writing.
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The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth; Extracted textually from the Gospels in Greek, Latin,...
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The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth; Extracted textually from the Gospels in Greek, Latin, French, and English

by [Jefferson, Thomas]

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Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1904. First Edition. Full leather. Fine. First edition of The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth by Thomas Jefferson, published in 1904. Commonly known as "The Jefferson Bible.. Octavo, [19], [15], 84pp, [4]. Publisher's full red leather, title stamped in gilt on spine, decorative band on covers. Touch of wear at top edge of spine, internally fine. Binding by Edward F. Gruver Co. of Washington, D.C. Small address plate on title page. Includes fold-out map of Israel and the Mediterranean. There was only one copy of the original "Jefferson Bible," bound in red Morocco by Thomas Jefferson in 1820. He had no plans to publish the work and left it to family members when he died in 1826. That copy was retained by the Jefferson family until 1895, when it was sold to Cyrus Adler of the Smithsonian. Adler produced this first edition "facsimile" of the original work in 1904, with funding from the United States Congress. It has been reprinted numerous times by the… Read More
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Notes On The State Of Virginia; Illustrated With A Map, including the States of Virginia,...
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Notes On The State Of Virginia; Illustrated With A Map, including the States of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania

by Jefferson, Thomas

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London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1787. First English Edition. Hardcover. Very good. First English edition of Thomas Jefferson's Notes On The State Of Virginia, with maps.. Octavo, [4pp], 382pp, [2pp blank], lacking half-title. Rebacked in contemporary marbled boards, half calf spine with gilt title, five compartments with gilt illustrations, four raised bands. Wear to spine and covers. Plain endpapers with page ends speckled brown, occasional foxing and browning. Contains advertisement and contents page and full map on Page 32. Signature G (81-96pp) bound upside down. Previous owner's signature on title page, notes on page 382 in ink. (Sabin 35896) (Howes J-78) Tipped-in map from Second American Edition (1794), with tape repairs to seams, repaired tear to panel, some toning due to age, dated 1794 on table. Housed in custom made brown leather clamshell case, gilt title on spine. Notes on the State of Virginia was the only book published by Thomas Jefferson during his lifetime. The first version of… Read More
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Military Appointment; Military Appointment Signed by President Thomas Jefferson and Secretary of...
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Military Appointment; Military Appointment Signed by President Thomas Jefferson and Secretary of War Henry Dearborn

by Jefferson, Thomas

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Washington DC: [The White House], 1803. Signed Document. Vellum. Very good. Signed document is conferring the rank of Second Lieutenant to W.L. Graham, dated January 27, 1803.. Printed on vellum. Size: 17.75 by 14.5 inches. Housed in acid-free protective mylar cover. Signatures are slightly faded, with Jefferson's obscured by a fold in the document. Other writing faded, with areas of toning and light spotting. Signed by President Thomas Jefferson and Secretary of War, Henry Dearborn. Provenance: From the estate of Charles Boyd Coleman, Jr of Chattanooga, TN, who was a descendant of Annette Maria Dearborn Boyd, daughter of Greenleaf Dearborn (1786-1846) and great granddaughter of Henry Dearborn (1751-1829). General Henry Dearborn was a Revolutionary War general, serving under Benedict Arnold and later General George Washington. He was present at the surrender at Yorktown. After the war, he was appointed Secretary of War by Thomas Jefferson from 1801-1809. His final military assignment came during the… Read More
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Three Men in a Boat; Illustrated by Paul Cox
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Three Men in a Boat; Illustrated by Paul Cox

by Jerome, Jerome K.

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London: The Folio Society, 1998. First Edition Thus. Cloth. Fine. From the Folio Society, Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome with illustrations by Paul Cox.. Quarto, 215pp. Pictorial cream cloth, illustrations in red and gilt on covers. Title in gilt on spine. Illustrated endpapers. "Stated "Reprinted 1998" on copyright page. Solid text block, a fine example. In the publisher's matching red slipcase. A vibrant example.
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Presentation of the John Fritz Gold Medal to Edward Dean Adams
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Presentation of the John Fritz Gold Medal to Edward Dean Adams

by John Fritz Medal Board [Adams, Edward Dean]

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New York: Privately Printed, 1926. Limited Edition. Paper Boards. Very good. From the library of the recipient of the award, Edward Dean Adams, the John Fritz Gold Medal, presented for "outstanding scientific or industrial achievements.. Octavo, 101pp, [1]. Brown paper boards, brown cloth spine, title printed on label affixed to cover. Frontispiece portrait. An ex-library copy, with library marks on spine, stamp on copyright page. Title page starting, reinforced with tissue repair. Loss at top of spine, soiling to covers. This copy includes the signed bookplate of Edward Dean Adams affixed to front endpaper. Edward Dean Adams (1846-1931) was an American banker and the president of the Niagara Falls Hydraulic Power Company, who built the first hydroelectric power plant in Niagara Falls, NY. He authored Niagara Power: History of the Niagara Falls Power Company, 1886-1918, which was published in 1927. He also appeared on the cover of Time Magazine in 1929. The John Fritz Medal has been awarded since… Read More
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Saint Peter Relates an Incident of the Resurrection Day
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Saint Peter Relates an Incident of the Resurrection Day

by Johnson, James Weldon

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New York: The Viking Press, 1930. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Signed limited edition of Saint Peter Relates an Incident of the Resurrection Day by James Weldon Johnson.. Octavo, [8], 3-14pp, [2]. Black hardcover, title stamped on spine. Untrimmed edges. Solid text block, light wear to corners, otherwise fine. Includes a laid-in card stating: "With the Compliments of The Viking Press." Limited edition of 200 copies, this copy numbered 158. Signed by the author on the limitation page in black ink. James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938) was a writer, educator, lawyer, diplomat, and civil rights activist. He is best known for writing the lyrics to "Lift Every Voice and Sing," often referred to as the Black National Anthem, which became a rallying cry for the Civil Rights Movement. Johnson's multifaceted career included serving as a leader in the NAACP, a U.S. consul to Venezuela and Nicaragua, and a professor at Fisk University.
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Ebony Magazine: What To Teach Youngsters About Sex
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Ebony Magazine: What To Teach Youngsters About Sex

by [Johnson, John H.]

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Chicago: Negro Digest Publishing Co, 1948. Volume III, No. 6. Original Wraps. Near fine. Ebony magazine from April of 1948, with the headline article titled "What To Teach Youngsters About Sex.. Quarto, [67pp]. Illustrated wrappers, bound at spine with staples. Light toning throughout, light shelf wear, generally bright colors. A complete example, with hundreds of illustrations and advertisements. Includes additional articles about the 1948 African American Olympic prospects, Jesse Owens, Billy Berg's Hollywood jazz club, John Walls Trucking Company and the Italian movie Paisan.
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Through the South Seas With Jack London; With an Introduction and a Postscript by Ralph D. Harrison
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Through the South Seas With Jack London; With an Introduction and a Postscript by Ralph D. Harrison

by Johnson, Martin

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New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1914. First Edition, Early Printing. Original cloth. Near fine. First edition of Through the South Seas with Jack London.. Octavo, [xiv], 369pp. Original brown cloth, title in white on front cover and spine. Small illustrated portrait on front cover. Stated "Published, November, 1913" on copyright page, with 1914 listed on title page. Solid text block, lightly bumped corners, some loss to white stamped titles, especially on spine. Complete with 34 illustrations, including a frontispiece. A scarce copy. Martin Johnson (1884-1937) sailed with Jack London from 1907-1909 aboard the Snark to explore around the world. While touring the United States to showcase the memorabilia from his voyage, he met his future wife Osa Leighty (Johnson). The two traveled together on safaris and big game hunting expeditions, filming television shows and documentaries that were later used in notable locations like Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge.
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Authentic Biography Of Colonel Richard M. Johnson
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Authentic Biography Of Colonel Richard M. Johnson

by [Johnson, Richard M.]

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New York: Henry Mason, 1833. First Edition. Cloth. Very good. First edition of Authentic Biography Of Colonel Richard M. Johnson, published in 1833.. Twelvemo, iv, [5] - 107pp. Publisher's cloth boards, title printed on paper label, rebuilt spine. Occasional soiling throughout, tidemark to outer quarter of text block. Missing one leaf of text (91-92). This work has been attributed to various authors, including William Emmons and Ashel Langworthy, who wrote the preface. (Sabin 36274) A scarce work. Richard M. Johnson (1780-1850) served as the ninth Vice President of the United States in the Martin Van Buren administration, rising to political fame on the claim that he kissed Shawnee Chief Tecumseh. Johnson served as a colonel in the Kentucky Militia during the War of 1812. Along with his brother, he led troops in the Battle of the Thames, where many claimed that he personally killed Tecumseh. This claim was refuted during the 1836 presidential election, but historians agree the weight of evidence… Read More
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Signed Photograph: Haywood Ranch

Signed Photograph: Haywood Ranch

by Johnson, Lyndon

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[Washington, D.C.]: White House Photo Office, 1968. Signed Photograph. Matte Photograph. Near fine. Photograph of President Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson relaxing in a field of wildflowers, inscribed by President Johnson to the CEO of Standard Oil of Indiana, John E. Swearingen and his wife, Bonnie Swearingen.. Mounted color photograph, measures 14" x 11". Color photograph by White House photographer Mike Geissinger, taken April 13th, 1968 at the Haywood Ranch, near Kingsland, Texas. Faint rubbing to the signature by Johnson. Signed on the mount: "For Bonnie + John, We expect you to join us here. L.B.J." From the estate of John E. Swearingen, the president of Standard Oil of Indiana and one of the most influential oil executives of the 20th century. When he became CEO in 1960, he deemed Indiana Standard Oil to be a "second-rate company." Through aggressive research and oil exploration, Indiana Standard quickly became one of the most profitable companies in the United States. Swearingen was… Read More
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A White House Diary
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A White House Diary

by Johnson, Lady Bird [Lyndon Johnson]

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New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970. First Edition, Second Printing. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. First edition of A White House Diary, signed by President Lyndon Johnson to his tailor, Irving Frank.. Octavo, ix, [1], 806pp. Green cloth over white, title in gilt on spine. Stated "second printing" on copyright page. Solid text block, light soiling to cloth spine, a near fine example. In the publisher's dust jacket, near fine, price clipped, bright illustrations, a near fine copy. Signed on the front free endpaper: "For Irving Frank, a great friend for many years - Lyndon B. Johnson." This copy is inscribed by President Lyndon Johnson to Irving Frank, the presidents personal tailor and owner of Sol Frank Uniform Company. Johnson valued his privacy, especially when he was away from the White House and ordered Frank to "stay out of the newspapers," if he was going to be his tailor. Frank provided clothes for the entire Johnson family, members of the White House staff and even a suit for Australian… Read More
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Inscribed Photograph: Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach
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Inscribed Photograph: Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach

by Johnson, Lyndon

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Washington DC: The White House, 1965. Signed Photograph. Cardstock. Very good. Inscribed photograph from President Lyndon B. Johnson to Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Inscription reads: "To Nick, My Best. LBJ." Some toning to top edge of white border, wear at edges. Includes note from Johnson secretary Juanita D. Roberts: September 8, 1965, Dear Mr. Attorney General, It was the President's Pleasure to autograph the enclosed photograph for you. He thought you might like to have the other pictures, too. With best wishes, Juanita D. Roberts. Personal Secretary to the President." The recipient of this photograph, Nicholas Katzenbach, served as United States Attorney General for Lyndon B. Johnson. While serving as Deputy U.S. Attorney General , he notoriously confronted Alabama Governor George Wallace at the University of Alabama, demanding the school be integrated. Shortly after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Katzenbach advised Johnson that an independent investigation into the… Read More
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