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A Bright and Happy New Year (Gift Book early 1900's)
1 A Bright and Happy New Year (Gift Book early 1900's)
New York Cupples & Leon Company Unstated, but clearly early 1900's Hard cover Very good Condition 
I love gift books of all kinds. They fall off shelves into my hands wherever I go. This one is bit different though -- I would call it more of a hard cover greeting card, as it has only eleven pages with pretty art and positive wishes for the coming year. The title page shows that the buyer considered it as a card too and sent it to Mr. and Mrs. La Vake from Mr. and Mrs. Neison. Here's an example of the wishes, "Carry into the new year only the choicest thoughts and inspirations." Book measures 4" x 7-1/2" and is clean and tightly bound. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Christmas Greetings From the Regiment of Midshipmen (circa 1960's)
2 Christmas Greetings From the Regiment of Midshipmen (circa 1960's)
The Regiments of Midshipmen Unknown Heavy Cradstock Fine 
Beautiful, unused Christmas card fashioned from especially heavy card stock for use by the Regiment of Midshipmen. There is no date, but I am pretty sure that the image on the face depicts the chapel which may well date it from the 60's. It measures 6"x7x1/4" and opens to reveal a color painting of the U.S. frigate Constitution. 
Price: 4.95 USD
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WWII Greeting Cards (4 Unused with envelopes)
3 WWII Greeting Cards (4 Unused with envelopes)
Unknown Unknown 1940's Very good 
Here we have four unused WWII greeting cards, all with their envelopes. Three are mildly risque and the fourth celebrates the single life. All measure 4"x5" and are crisp and clean. Envelopes show very light toning. One is for Christmas, as you can see, the others are for general use. The theme throughout is light-heartedness n the midst of war. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Miscellaneous Data Being Volume IV Final Report Ohio Topographic Survey  ( SIGNED By Author, much Ephemera laid-in) 1933, Sherman, C.E.
4 Sherman, C.E. Miscellaneous Data Being Volume IV Final Report Ohio Topographic Survey ( SIGNED By Author, much Ephemera laid-in) 1933
Columbus, Ohio Yhe Ohio State University Press 1933 hard cover Very good 
Wow -- this a is a very nice Ohio collectible, as it was the author's, C. E. Sherman's, own copy. HE SIGNED his name and address on the front free endpaper and also stamped it. Nice, clean, tightly bound book. The word "final" has faded a bit on the spine, but can still be read. The envelope affixed as per design to back pastedown retains its original map, but caused foxing to opposite page. The map itself is in excellent condition. Book is illustrated throughout text with more maps and charts. Text is lengthy and does show some underlining and check marks likely made by author. What's especially interesting though is the ephemera left inside. These include a greeting card SIGNED by Thomas Ewing French who was a drafting professor at Ohio State and for whom the athletic field house is named. There is also a SIGNED letter from Sherman (author) to H.A. Rettig, the State Puchasing Agent. Also included is a letter dated 1920 from the Department of the Interior in Washington from D.H. Birdseye, Chief Geographic Engineer. This is dated 1920 and comes with some scribbled calculations by Birdseye. There are also other lesser, but interesting items too. Book has 327 pages. Note -- THIS IS VOLUME IV ONLY. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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