New York, Power Publishing Company, 1900. 12 issues of POWER magazine bound in linen with gilt stamped paper label on spine. POWER was a monthly publication dedicated to boilers, gas and steam engines, electric power and related topics. Profusely illustrated in newspaper format. Fine condition.
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Philadelphia: L. R. Balderston, 1914. 1st. First Edition. Presentation signed by the author on the front free end paper. Bound in original full green cloth with the title stamped in gilt on the front. Wear at corners and head and heel, otherwise very good. Signed.
Stanford, CA.: Heuris Press, 1981. Hardcover. Hard Cover. ISBN:08657600547. Volumes I and II of a three volume set. Fine condition in fine dust jackets.
New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1873. 1st. Hardcover. Chapters on fire prevention, how to extinguish fires, origin and types of fires, and history of great fires in American history. First edition. Very good condition.
New York: Macmillan, 1964. 1st. Hardcover. Illustrated with photographs. Includes bibliography and index.
Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1994. 1st. Hardcover. First edition. Fine condition in fine dust jacket. Raphael Pumpelly was one of America's most noted economic geologists.
Crichton, Michael. ELECTRONIC LIFE. HOW TO THINK ABOUT COMPUTERS. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1983. 1st edition. Cloth spine and paper boards. Dust jacket. Fine condition.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1968. First edition. The story of giants of twentieth century physics Robert Oppenheimer and Ernest Lawrence.Good condition with good condition dust jacket.
New York, Henry Holt, . 1st edition. Cloth lettered in gilt on the spine, decorated endpapers, 314 pp. Lacks dust jacket, cloth faintly spotted, else a very good copy.
Washington: Cornelius Wendell, 1857. Profously illustrrated.
London, Jane's Fighting Ships, . Cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, 478 pp. Pictures and stats of the World's fighting ships. Ex libris with edge stamps, cloth blistered in places, else very good.
San Diego: American Peptide Society, . Bound in publisher's decorated black paper boards. CD laid in. Fine condition.
Boston, Massachussets Institute of Technology, n/d (late 1800's). Stapled and bound in full green cloth with the title stamped in gilt on the spine. Significant water stains and wear to boards and spine. Interior is clean and tight with a few pencil notes, otherwise fine.
Milwaukee, Kalmbach Publishing Company, . 1st edition. Dust jacket. Fine condition. The Nickel Plate Road was the nickname of the Chicago & St. Louis Railway, built to break Colonel Vanderbilt's monopoly on railway traffic between Buffalo and the Middle West.
Paris: Chez L'un des Auteurs et Chez Ledoyen Libraire, 1852. 1st. 1st edition. Pamphlet in original wraps bound in limp paper covered boards. A beautiful copy.
Washington, GPO, 1891. Original series cloth with gilt stamped cover, professional spine repairs and new endpapers, 675 pp., numerous full-page plates, 6 folding pocket maps. Contributed papers include: Nathaniel Shaler "The Origin and Nature of Soil"; W.J. McGee, "The Lafayette Formation"; Charles Doolittle Walcott, "The North American Continent During Cambrian...
London, Richard Phillips, 1819. Rebound in brown cloth with spine gilt stamped. Fine condition. Foldout chart showing the five then-known planets, their satellites and orbits of three comets. Illustrations, mainly scientific.