Our Moose Room is full of books...
many other bookcases throughout the stores:
all prices have not been set; feel free to honestly propose.
$11 each; Dick Whittington Sold
Cowboy Books: $3
The Harvard Classics:
[31 of "Dr. Eliot's Five Foot Shelf Of Books"] $
Bound Time & Newsweek (from The Republic
most all from 1953-1999.
$5 per quarterly volume; $12 for a complete year.
George Eliot: Romola
by Hurst & Co.; Publishers (122 Nassau Street)
Tom Brown At Oxford London: W. Nicholson &
The Blue Jackets Manual: 1957 & 19__
Myra Breckenridge: Nearly/Virtually Mint $20
First Editions A Three-Stranded Yarn
by John Brisben Walker: 1894-5 Captain Of The School Team
by John Prescott Earl: 1911 13/13 Vietnam:
Search & Destroy by Gordon Baxter: 1967 Audrey by Mary
Johnston: 1902 Illustrated Africa North Tropical South by
William D. Boyce: 1925 SIGNED The Short Stop by Zane
Second Printing, July 30, 1909: Poor Condition/Six Pictures
History Of WWII 1951
Edition Volume II: The War In The Pacific
Brave New World: $13
Yale Chronicles: 31 Books (1962?)
Bound Time & Newsweek: 1953 to 1999 (Most Volumes)
(From the Republic H. S. Library)
c. 1880 & stamped by
[complete but frail; sweet pictures]
)Sold for $5
visiting dollars 8/2/08. Come visit our books.(
Book Of Fate: $44 Not in the greatest shape/the oracle is
They Built A City: $119 (From the Republic Library)
Some neat books from the early 20th Century...
Authorized Edition copyright 1960
So good for looks: $19
The LENNON SISTERS THE SECRET OF HOLIDAY ISLAND
Marshal Cavendish '75-'76
[The complete set is 84 gourmet; this is 1-50 w/ 3 & 5
Many other Cook Books...
Madge Morton's Trust
(the Third of The Madge Morton Books)
Madge is a gem from 1911?
I'll have to check, the exact date;
Iroquois Club: $30
The Iroquois Club of Chicago Club Rooms: Columbia
110 Monroe Street. April 1st, 1892
[Sold: A Ton More Books]
A Smith-Corona Typewriter: $49 Alert 1948 Sold to
Write your own books, by type or hand--our old shoemaker,
Jalmer Alatalo's typewriter.
Heel maker's punch sold to an old
man August 1st, 2008 A. D.