Washington: Centennial Commission, St. Elizabeths Hospital, 1956. Octavo; G/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, brown with gold print; Boards in brown cloth with gold print, light wear to spine caps, else clean and strong; Text block has name in ink on front flyleaf, notation in ink on rear endpapers, ink underlining on pp. 100-101, else clean and tight; ix, 251 pages, frontispiece, illustrated (b&w plates).
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Paris: 1816. Booklet [5x7]; pp 212; Fair/paperback; blue spine without text; missing covers, as is; spine shows vertical chipping to exterior; text block shows some darkening to exterior edges; few first pages loosed, but present; previous owner's name to title page; light foxing to few first and last pages; interior clean; minor pencil; illustrated; book contains two folding plates, at pp74 and pp150. Shelved in Netdesk office, in Ephemera Box 8.
Washington, D.C. and Arlington, VA: The Commission of Fine Arts and The Historic American Buildings Survey, 1967. Large Octavo; pp 126; G/paperback; black comb spine; covers show moderate wear to exterior; light toning toward edges; text block shows light age toning to exterior edges; previous owner's name to first page; interior clean; illustrated.
Washington, D.C. and Arlington, VA: The Commission of Fine Arts and The Historic American Buildings Survey, 1967. Large Octavo; pp 108; G-/paperback; black comb spine; gray covers show moderate wear to exterior; light sunning toward rear head edge; minor chip to spine head edge; text block shows light age toning to exterior edges; previous owner's name to first page; interior clean; illustrated.
Washington, D.C. The Commission of Fine Arts and The Historic American Buildings Survey, 1969. Large Octavo; pp 233; G/paperback; light blue spine with black text; covers have slight sunning to exterior; sunned spine; text block shows slight toning to exterior edges; interior clean; frontispiece; profusely illustrated This book is part of the overstocked 15's, kept in Room X.
n.p. Logan Circle Community Association, 1979. Oblong Quarto; pp 113; G; dark green spine without text; no jacket; cloth has slight panels; few chips to spine edges; gilt lettering to front; mildly rubbed exterior; sturdy boards; text block has mild wear to exterior edges; frontispiece; profusely illustrated; good binding;.
Westminster, MD: Heritage Books, Inc./Willow Bend Books, 2004. Facsimile Reprint. Large Octavo; pp 158; G/paperback; black comb spine; originally published in 1852, reprinted in 2004; light beige covers show slight soiling to exterior; intact panels; text block has light wear to exterior edges; interior clean; profusely illustrated; NOTE: Shelved in 15's ephemera box 6, in Netdesk office.
Washington, DC: Printed In Pursuance of a Resolution of the U.S. Senate, Printed by A. Boyd Hamilton, 1852. First edition. VG-. 4to in black-brown cloth, title on cover in gilt (simply "MAPS OF WASHINGTON" on cover). No DJ as issued. Moderate shelf and edgewear to boards; rubbing and fraying at all edges and folds, corners bumped, significant age toning to boards, significant moisture staining to rear board and spine. Age toning to textblock, minor deterioration to rear of block, may be mouse-chewed, or moisture deterioration. Foxing to endpages, and light foxing to rest of pages. Includes two of three fold-out maps tipped in on front endpage. On 6 pages after title page are paste-down newspaper cutouts from "The North American" (Feb 22, 1846), and "The Evening Transcript" (Jan 14, 1853), and an undated, unsourced article, describing sermons given in Pennsylvania, Boston, and New York, respectively. The remaining pages are numbered square breakdowns of the blocks and lots presented in the maps. 159 pp. Shelve: CASE 4 Spine is black leather, textless.
Washington, DC: Printed by A. Boyd Hamilton, 1852. First edition. Folio; (2), 159 pp., printed on rectos only. Three large folding maps, backed with linen. Original three-quarter calf, brown boards, gilt spine lettering, rebacked, with original spine laid down. VG, boards rubbed, particularly at spine and corners. Some scattered foxing. Ink notation on title page: "This book corrected and revised for M.G. Emery, Alderman 4th Ward by W. Forsyth, Surveyor, 10th Feb. 1857." Facing the title page is a handwritten list of squares added or corrected, 32 squares in total. Elaborate cartographic survey of the District. Shelve in Case #1.
Philadelphia: Pennsylvania R. R. Company, 1889. First Edition. 12mo.; Good condition paperback; mint green staple-bound booklet, comes in plastic protector; cover has rubbing, age toning, Covers about half separated at the spine but still intact; textblock is clean, includes foldout map; pp 16. NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in Ephemera box C.
Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences- National Research Council, 1959. first edition. VG+. Two short 4tos (10" tall) in blue cloth boards, titles on spine in silver. No DJs as issued. Light bumping to bottom corners of first volume, vol II has light staining to front. Spines of both lightly age-toned. Very minor marking to textblocks, previous owner's signature on front endpage of both vols, pages otherwise clean. Pagination continues across vols. 1635 pp. Shelve Locked- LAFCADIO.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Department of the Interior, 1976. Quarto; pp 194; G-/paperback; beige spine with black text; covers have light wear to exterior; text block has slight wear to exterior edges; profusely illustrated; lightly toned interior; mild cracking to front gutter; maps to rear pastedown; frontispiece;.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977. Oblong Quarto; pp 159; G/paperback; ivory spine with black text; pictorial covers have moderate sunning to exterior; some wear to edges; text block has slight toning to exterior edges; letter from Elliott Carroll of FAIA, laid in at front pastedown; numerous floor plans and pictorial illustrations; interior light toned.
Washington, D.C. Abdon Daoud Ackad, 1939. One mounted photograph, with the signature of Thomas Dewey below; There is also a TLS on 'The District Attorney, County of New York' letterhead, signed by Dewey, thanking Ackad for the photographs.; JK consignment. Shelved in Netdesk office, above Ephemera Sections.
Washington, D.C. 1960. One mounted photograph, measuring 9 1/4" x 13 1/4", on which Robert A. Taft has inscribed his best wishes to the photographer, Abdon Ackad. Text to his signature is the commemorative stamp of Taft which used this very photograph. 'Sen Robert A. Taft / 4 cents stamp' is written on the rear. JK consignment Shelved in Netdesk office, above Ephemera section.
Washington, D. C. Alumni Association of Central High School, 1967. Quarto; good-/none; dark blue cloth spine, no text; boards, moderate shelf wear and bumping; flaking, all edges; toning and spotting to endpapers; text block has notes in ink on some pages; inscribed to Walton E. Shipley, past President of Association; B/W illustrations; 85pp.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978. Hardcover small Imperial Octavo; VG;Tan spine, Gilt text; Inscription and signatures of Senator Paul S. Sarbanes of Maryland and Staff; Stamp from Senator's office on first title page; Tan spine with light beige boards and gilt text; Boards are clean with minimal shelf ware. Text block age toned but clean; pp 455.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1952. First Edition, First Printing. 8vo., 217 pp., VG-/VG; DJ black with white text; mild shelfwear to DJ; price uncut "$2.75" to top right-hand corner of front flap; all four corners of flaps slightly clipped; DJ protected by mylar; dark gray cloth boards, light gray text to spine; bumping to head and tail of spine, cocking to spine; bumping to corners; rubbing to boards, age-toning to edges of boards; age-toning and shelfwear to text-block; age-toning to text-block, text legible; signed by previous owner to front paste-down, dated Dec. 9, 1952, Washington, D.C.; LP consignment; shelved Case 8, Dupont.
Octavo; pp 196; G/Fair; sunned brown without discernible text; dust jacket has sunning to exterior; noticeable chips to corners; purple/white front has white titles and pictorial design; lightly soiled rear; mylar wraps; cloth has lightly sunned spine; small chip to front tail edge; sturdy boards; text block shows light toning to exterior edges; interior clean; illustrated;.
Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. Larger Octavo; pp 285; VG-/G; blue spine with yellow text; dust jacket shows mild wear to exterior; previous bookshop's sticker to rear; cloth has minimal wear to exterior; strong boards; text block has minimal wear to exterior edges; interior clean; tight binding; illustrated;.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1955. First Edition, 1st Printing. Octavo, G+/no dj, gray spine w/ black & red text. SIGNED BY AUTHOR & JIM WRIGHT. Some shelfwear; chipping/bumping to corners/spine ends, 1" tear to front joint; text block age-toning w/ rubbing to edges & back endpapers; discoloration spots to margins of pp252-61 (text/cartoons not affected). Herblock signed/inscribed to Craig Raupe, top aide to House Speaker Jim Wright. Jim Wright signed/inscribed with cartoon of Wright & Raupe by Wright; shelved in Case # 6.
Boyd, 1884. First Edition. Extra thick octavo in discolored blue/grey hardcovers with gold letters on spine; VG; boards show some soiling; large open gutter on back board, but binding still strong; edges soiled and dusty with previous owner's large stamp on side edge; paper and text clean; print very tight and readable; pp. 962; shelved in Second Alcove.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1988. First Edition. Octavo; pp 286; VG-/VG-; red, white and blue spine with white text; dust jacket shows slight tone toward exterior edges; mild dings to edges; cloth has only light wear to exterior; strong boards; text block edges have light wear; deckled fore edge; interior clean; illustrated; inscribed by author.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1900/1903. First Edition. Folios, 2 volumes; VG-; bound in publisher's oxblood cloth, gilt lettering and tooling to front covers and spines; moderate wear and rubbing to boards; volume one has a shaken binding; volume 2 rebacked with original spine preserved, ex-library, with remnant of sticker to tail of spine, discard stamp, pencil notations; Illustrated with 322 gravure plates. A handsome set with many fine architectural photographs and plans, portraits, and historical prints and photographs; heavy, please contact for shipping costs; shelved above case 2.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1900/1903. First Edition. Glenn Brown. History of the United States Capitol. 2 volumes. 56th Congress, 1st session, 1900/1902, Senate Document 60. First edition; folio. Both volumes in full red cloth binding with gilt ornamentation and lettering on covers and spines. The name of Albert S. Burleson (1863-1937), a former Postmaster General and U.S. Representative fromTexas, is engraved on the front cover of the first volume. Both volumes contain numerous plates, including architectural photographs and plans, portraits, and historical prints and photographs. Condition: Good. Both volumes show fraying and rubbing to head and foot of spine, edges, and corners; general marking due to shelf wear; age-toning throughout; and some chipping to the edges of pages. Both bindings also have somewhat shaken bindings. Volume 1 has a crack after the first gathering and some water-staining on the left side of the top edge throughout, though this does not impact text or plates. Volume 2 has a four-inch tear to the cloth covering over one joint (the board is still fully attached from the inside) and a notable open tear over the author’s name on the spine. There is some water staining to the cover, as well as to the upper left corner and the lower right corner throughout the volume which does not affect either text or plates. There are gutter cracks after the first gathering and before the last gathering. Dimensions 12.25 x 15.25 x 5 inches DG consignment.
Washington: 1914. 12mo; G/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, green without print; Boards in green cloth with black print, mild wear to corners and spine caps, minor shelfwear; Text block has slight smudging to endpapers, clean text; Inscription without signature in ink by author on front flyleaf; 138 pages, illustrated (b&w plates).
Alexandria: Washington-Mt. Vernon Memorial Book Corporation, 1932. Octavo; G-/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, blue with gold print; Boards in blue cloth with gold print, illustrated pastedowns on front and rear, wear to corners and spine caps, slight puckering to cloth, mild shelfwear; Text block has inscription in ink on half-title page, cracked hinges front and rear, shaken binding, light foxing to endpapers, clean text; 155 pages, frontispiece, illustrated (b&w plates).
Washington: The Society, 1905. Octavo; G/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, brown with gold print on red banners; Three quarter bound with brown leather to spine and corners, marbled paper to boards and endpapers, wear to corners, hinges, and spine caps, slight scuffing to leather; Text block has tanning to edges, cracked front hinge, bookplate on front pastedown, else clean and tight; iv, 209 pages, illustrated (b&w plates).
Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2011. Second Printing. 8vo. VG+/ - no DJ. deep dark green wraps spine with yellow capitals for titling. illustrated softcover front/rear. gently perused interior with illustrations (figures, photos, scanned images). SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. clear and excellent, a neat and solidly bound volume. 160 pp. ISBN#9781609493653.
Washington, D.C. Historic Chevy Chase, D.C., Inc., 1999. First Edition. Quarto; pp 149; VG/VG-; yellow spine with dark blue text; dust jacket has mild wear to exterior; small chip to rear tail edge; minor wear to edges; cloth has light wear to exterior; strong boards; text block shows slight wear to exterior edges; interior clean; profusely illustrated.
Richmond: The Dietz Press, 1951. Second Edition. Octavo; VG/G+; white spine with black text; jacket has spotting, rubbing, significant edgewear, large tear on front head edge that has been taped; boards are strong; textblock has age toning, spotting around edges, otherwise clean; pp 324; has gift inscription from author on half title page.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1937. Octavo; G-/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, black with faded gold print; Boards in black cloth, mild wear to corners and spine caps, shelfwear; Text block has cracked front hinge, light tanning to endpapers, else clean and tight; Missing two of three maps in rear pocket; xxvi, 1140 pages, frontispiece, illustrated (b&w) + 1 color maps in rear pocket.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1937. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, xxvi, 1140 pages; VG-; Spine black with faded gold print; Boards in black cloth, mild wear and rubbing, binding slightly loose; With both of the two maps in rear pocket; small water-stain to lower fore corner of text block.; Signed on verso of the ffep by 26 members of the Federal Writers Project, including founding director Henry Alsberg, assistant to the director George Cronyn, and assistant director Reed Harris. The remainder are presumed some of the writers or editors hired by the Federal Writers Project to research the book, including composer Ruth Crawford Seeger, anarchist Leonard Abbott, and author/editor Kathryn Coe Cordell. Other listed names include C. W. Foster, Donald C. Kline, J. Frank James, Howard S. Douglas, John C. Rogers, B. Foster Cooke, and Sterling A. Brown.; An important piece of DC history, linking the leadership of the FWP with some of its largely ignored and unrecorded writers and editors. Nowhere in the volume does it list the names of any individual contributors.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937. Octavo; pp 1140; G; black spine with gilt text; no jacket; cloth shows several white smudges to exterior; strong boards; text block has slight age toning to exterior edges; pictorial endpapers; frontispiece; illustrated; ex-libris stamps from Office of John D. Dingell, Michigan congressman, he was the longest serving member of the House of Representative from 1955-2015; some light foxing to few interior pages; maps in pouch at rear; tight binding; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Washington, D.C. Georgetown University, 1964. Hardcover Quarto; VG; Black cloth boards with gold Georgetown stamp, white text and "Georgetown University" in blind text on front, white text on spine; Boards show light general shelf ware. Foxing on portions of spine and back board; Text block age toned but clean, text and photographs are legible and clear; pp 247. Additional cost for items designated for international/expedited shipping, or anything too large or heavy (over 4Lbs) for economy shipping. Please contact shipping department for details.
Washington, D.C. Georgetown University, 1964. Hardcover Quarto; VG; Black cloth boards with gold Georgetown stamp, white text and "Georgetown University" in blind text on front, white text on spine; Boards are clean with minimal general shelf ware. Spine slightly cocked. Light rubbing on corners. Text block age toned but clean, text and photographs legible and clear. pp 247. Additional cost for items designated for international/expedited shipping, or anything too large or heavy (over 4Lbs) for economy shipping. Please contact shipping department for details.
Berlin: Scalo, 2003. First Edition, First Printing. 4to., 127 pp., VG/VG; DJ white with black lettering; mild age-toning/shelfwear to DJ, protected by mylar; black cloth boards, gray lettering to spine; cocking to spine and boards, boards somewhat shaken, binding sturdy; INSCRIBED by Frank to half-title page; interior pristine, contains 90 black and white plates; "First Scale Edition" stated to copyright page; published in 2003 in conjunction with an exhibit at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC than ran from May 10 to July 14, 2003; includes a 23 pp. staple-bound pamphlet (mild shelfwear to pamphlet, interior clean, text by Brookman); contains ephemera (postcard and card invitations to a special preview of the Frank exhibit at the Corcoran); shelved Case 11.