Fort Wayne: J. M. E. Riedel, 1919. Large folding map, 21 x 23 3/4 inches, folding into printed wrappers, 7 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. Covers soiled, two minor tears at fold of map. An attractive map, printed in color, showing streets, parks and periphery of the city. On the...
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An attractive folding map measuring 28 1/2 x 25 inches and folding into red printed wrappers, 7 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches. The map is printed in four colors and is in excellent condition.
Tel-Aviv: May 14, 1948. Photograph of the proclamation creating the state of Israel. Exerts from the proclamation are given in English and Hebrew. 8 x 10 inches. Toned gelatin silver print. Issued as either a press photo or a souvenir.
New York: C. S. Hammond & Company, 1911. Boldly colored folding map measuring 18 x 24 inches and folding into orange printed wrappers, 7 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. A fine copy. "Showing Electric and Steam Railroads, Counties, Congressional Districts, and all Cities, Towns and Villages."
Kyoto: The Kyoto Hotel, circa 1930. Folding map, printed in color and measuring 21 x 15 inches. On the verso are advertisements for numerous Kyoto businesses. Folding into pictorial wrappers, 7 1/4 x 4 inches. A fine, bright copy. The map includes three insets: "Arashiyama & Kinkakuji","Lake Biwa & Mt. Hiyei","Uji & Diago."
Boston: Geo. H. Walker & Co., (1895). Large folding map measuring 20 x 28 inches, with some outline coloring. Folding into printed wrappers. A fine copy.
Quincy: F. E. Tupper, 1907. Folding map measuring 18 1/2 x 18 inches. Folding into printed wrappers. Uncolored lithographed map. Wrappers stained. With a tear along a fold in the map, but with no loss of printing.
Chicago: Rand McNally, (1910). 38 pages of text + 24 pages of advertisements, mostly for Hotels. With a large folding map measuring 32 x 28 inches; folding into printed wrappers 6 1/2 x 4 inches. Map loose, a few small tears at folds, one corner of a margin clipped.
(York: H. M. Crider, circa 1880). A partially printed memorial document for Jacob J. Parker, who died March 24, 1880 at age 75. Within a black and gilt border is an ornate engraved vignette with numerous memorial symbols, surrounding a die-cut with a tintype of an elderly gentleman. 11 1/2...
Mexico: November 24, 1863. A broadside, signed in the print by Jose M. de Garay, Secretario General de la Prefectura. Text in Spanish. 13 3/4 x 9 inches; light staining. At the instructions of the federal government, in order to maintain the laws of morality and decorum in theaters and...
Chicago: Rand McNally, 1908. 66 pages of text, plus a colored folding map measuring 28 x 21 inches, with the remainder of the state printed on the verso. Folding into printed wrappers, 6 1/2 x 4 inches. There are a few small tears at a couple of folds. Aside from...
Chicago: Rand McNally, (1913). 54 pages of text. With a large, folding map measuring 20 1/2 x 27 3/4 inches and folding into printed wrappers, 6 1/2 x 4 inches. A fine, bright copy. "Showing all railroads, cities, towns, villages, postoffices, lakes, rivers, etc."
Kansas City: F. E. Gallup Map Co, 1910. Folding colored map originally published by Rand McNally and measuring 14 x 22 inches. Folding into blue printed wrappers, 6 x 3 1/2 inches. A few small tears repaired. Carroll County is in North central Missouri, with the largest city being Carrollton.
Kansas City: F. E. Gallup Map Co., 1910. Folding, colored map, originally published by Rand McNally and measuring 22 x 13 3/4 inches. Folding into blue printed wrappers 6 x 3 1/2 inches. Pettis county is in North central Missouri and includes the city of Sedalia.
Circa 1900. A group of eight lithographs on silk, showing individual grave monuments. Three are 21 x 18 inches and are credited to Cook & Watkins, and the other six measure 18 x 12 inches, with no company identification. These last six have colored threads embroidered on their side margins...
Chicago: Rand McNally & Co., (1920). Folding map measuring 28 x 22 inches; folding into printed wrappers, 7 1/2 x 4 inches. In fine condition, with only a minor blemish on front wrapper.
Chicago: Rand McNally, 1917. 87 pages of text + 7 pages of ads. With folding map measuring 20 x 27 inches. Housed in printed brown wrappers, 6 1/2 x 4 inches. A fine copy.
(New York: C. S. Hammond & Co.), 1923. 22 page street index plus a large folding map measuring 32 1/2 x 31 inches. Folding into printed wrappers 7 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches. Minor splitting at folds. Though published by Mendenhall of Cincinnati, there is a paper sticker for Hammond & Co., covering the original publishers identification.
Chicago: Rand McNally & Co., circa 1910. A large colored folding map, printed on linen, measuring 45 x 41 inches. Folding into stiff cloth case, 8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches. Light soiling to case. A fine, bright copy of this impressively detailed map.
(Toledo): The Title Guarantee & Trust Co., (1940). A large folding map measuring 31 x 43 inches. Folding into printed wrappers 8 x 6 inches. A fine, clean copy.
N.p. Sherwin-Williams, 1958. 44 pages. Illustrated in color. Quarto, 10 x 8 inches. Pictorial wrappers. A fine, bright copy. Numerous illustrations of interior and exteriors of suburban homes, with painting tips and aphorisms - "Color can express your personality, " " Color ads 'flavor' to your kitchen." This catalog was...
Colon: Persons' Travel Bureau, (1924). Folding map measuring 9 3/4 x 20 14 inches showing streets and prominent buildings in downtown Panama City. Folding into printed wrappers 5 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches. Wrappers lightly soiled, one split at fold and 1 1/2 inch split at spine. Included are five advertisements for various businesses or shops.
Epinal: Pellerin & Cie. c. 1895. An uncut sheet of heavy paper featuring an elaborate " Swiss Chalet" to cut out and assemble. (11 3/4 x 15 1/2 inches). The Pellerin family of Epinal, France began making popular prints called "images d"Epinal" in the mid eighteenth century and the family...
A group of 23 documents, from 17 countries, to Charles Francis Jones of San Francisco, offering patent protection, first in his name, than in the company name "Colorco" for a method of making color film for both still and motion pictures and for the manufacture of cameras to project such...
Pittsburgh: R. L. Polk & Co., (1923). Large, highly detailed stencil colored map measuring 29 x 42 inches. Folding into printed wrappers 8 x 4 inches. One tear along a fold repaired with archival tape. Though the map is dated 1922 on the recto, the verso, which lists a key to streets is dated 1923.