Danielsonville: Transcript Print, 1866. Hardcover. 96p. Later 1/2 leather. Original wrapper bound in. 23cm. Clean ex lib. copy.
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Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1796. Hardcover. , 491p. Attractive modern quarterbinding (marbled boards backed in leather). 23cm. Blank inner piece of title-leaf replaced; other chipping and wear to contents. Substantial foxing and browning. Pages 439-491 print Acts and Laws enacted between 1796 and 1798.
Chicago: W. H. Parish Publishing Co., 1896. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 14 leaves text plus 55 black & white plates. Printed on one side. Recently rebound in new quarterbinding (marbled boards backed in leather). All edges gilt. 35cm. No tissue guards present. Scenes and buildings in and around New Haven. An...
Hartford: Press of Christian Secretary, 1890. Hardcover. frontis, portraits, 256p. Later 1/2 leather. Original wrapper bound in. 23cm. Cover scuffed. Clean ex lib. copy.
[Hartford?]: 1845-1847. Hardcover. 264, 3, (2), -288, 288p. Contemporary 1/2 leather over marbled boards. 22cm. Covers heavily scuffed and rather worn. Front joint partially split. Ex lib. (spine label and bookplate on endpaper). Foxing (mostly light to moderate). The entry in OCLC adds "East Windsor, Con." as a subtitle but...
New Haven: 1937. Folded four-page leaflet-style newsletter. 30cm. A bit ragged along bottom edge. Some splitting along later folds (for mailing). Edited by D. Y. Stewart and published weekly. This issue consists mostly of a church directory, numerous small ads for local businesses and larger ads for, and photos and...
1980. Paperback. Folded 4-page program. Slightly browned and wrinkled. Joseph I. Lieberman, then the Majority Leader of the Connecticut State Senate served as Chairman.
New York: Samuel Wood & Sons; Baltimore: Samuel S. Wood & Co, 1822. Hardcover. 4, 570, 112, (4), (2), -770p. Contemporary leather. 28cm. Cover chipped and rather worn but still holding together. Title-page and last several pages of text rather worn and almost completely detached (title-page rather crudely reattached. Foxing...
Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1892. Hardcover. frontis, 126p. 22cm. Spine sloped. Front cover dented. Bingham, a Yale graduate, was a Congregational minister. The last church he served was in Woodstock, Connecticut.
Middletown, Conn. Middletown-Portland Bridge Committee, 1938. Paperback. frontis, photos, p. Original blue wrapper with pictorial front cover. 31cm. Some rippling of pages. Striking cover design. Striking cover design.
New London: New London County Historical Society, Inc., n.d. Reprint. Paperback. (24)p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Late 20th century reprint of an earlier edition of this uncommon slave narrative.
[New Haven?]: 1908. Paperback. photos, 137p. plus  pages of advertisements for local businesses. Softcover in original tied wrapper. Modest cover soil and some spotting.
Litchfield: 1855-1858. Hardcover. Variously paginated since this consists of dockets or jury lists for various shorter periods which have been bound together into this volume. Contemporary leather. 20cm. Backstrip chipped. Joint split. Cover still attached by cords.
New York: Grafton Press, (c. 1907). 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, photos and illustrations, index, xii, 307p. Original blue cloth. 24cm. Minor foxing. No jacket. Prepared under the direction of the Historical Committee by various citizens of New Milford and by the Editorial Department of the Grafton Press. [statement on title-page].
New Haven: Herrick & Noyes, 1836. Hardcover. iv, 256p. Original wrappers bound in. Contemporary 1/4 leather. Edges rubbed. Modest foxing and other wear.
[Thompsonville]: 1945. Paperback.  unnumbered pages, including many advertisement. Wrapper. 26cm. Staple mark on front cover. Staining along fore-edge throughout text. The one and one-half page Class Valedictory delivered by Robert Jackson, a white eight-grader, was titled "The Negro in Medicine."
New Haven: Durrie & Peck; NY: Gould. Newman & Saxton, 1839. Hardcover. frontis, viii, 400p. Hardcover in recent quarterbinding. 23cm. Moderate foxing. An autograph Letter, signed by Bacon, mounted on back of frontis in which Bacon asks someone for aid with a Wethersfield-related genealogical problem.
New Haven: Durrie & Peck; NY: Gould. Newman & Saxton, 1839. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, viii, 400p. Original green cloth. 23cm. Extensive but mostly moderate foxing. MInor bubbling of cover cloth.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1937. 1st ed. Hardcover. maps (1 double-page), xxxi, 283p. Original cloth. 22cm. No jacket.
New Haven: B. & W. Noyes, 1838. 2nd ed. Hardcover. frontis (portrait of Jeremiah Day). viii, 342p. Recent quarterbinding (marbled boards backed in leather). 22cm. Moderate foxing throughout (heavy on a few leaves). Tear on one leaf repaired with archival tape. This second edition has an appendix at pages 325-343...
New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, Printers, 1893. Paperback. 23p. Hardcover in later 1/2 leather. Front cover of original wrapper bound in. Cover unevenly faded. Clean ex lib. copy.
New Haven: J. W. Barber, n.d. . Three unfolded partial sheets (two pages to a side) containing the 11 pages of text plus 6 wide-margined, hand-colored plates. Later amateur stitching along left side. Ownership signature on front. Title-leaf portion (copyright page on verso) lacking about 30%. Edgeworn. Some foxing and browning.
Trumbull: 1955. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, 165p. 23cm. No Jacket.
Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, (c. 1953). 1st ed. Hardcover. 80p. Original cloth. dj. 19cm. INSCRIBED to fellow Connecticut poet Faith Vilas (who has marked up several of the poems where she thought she could improve them).
New Haven: n.d. [Introductory material dated Jan. 1, 1883]. Paperback. illustrations, 32p. Wrapper. 24cm. Light cover soiling and wear (including a couple of minor chips). "Wholesale Price List" [broadside] laid in and also dated Jan. 1, 1883. 31 carriages are illustrated, one to a page, on pages 2-32. The company...