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New Harlem, Past and Present: The Story of an Amazing Civic Wrong, Now at Last to Be Righted, Carl Horton Pierce; William Pennington Toler; Harmon De Pau Nutting
1 Carl Horton Pierce; William Pennington Toler; Harmon De Pau Nutting
New Harlem, Past and Present: The Story of an Amazing Civic Wrong, Now at Last to Be Righted

New Harlem Publishing New York, NY 1903 First edition Hardcover No ISBN Good No Dust jacket 
The history of the Harlem section of Manhattan and an overview of the legal prospects of the original landholders. Illustrated with period photos Green decorative publisher's boards. Moderately soiled. Some fraying to spine ends and corners. Hinges splitting but have been repaired with archival rice paper. Inventory No: 017007. Hardcover 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
Delegates Manual: New York Constitutional Convention 1915; The Convention Manual of Procedure, Forms and Rules for the Regulation of Business in the Seventh New York State Constitutional Convention, Francis M. Hugo; Charles S. Whitman (New York Governor); et al
2 Francis M. Hugo; Charles S. Whitman (New York Governor); et al
Delegates Manual: New York Constitutional Convention 1915; The Convention Manual of Procedure, Forms and Rules for the Regulation of Business in the Seventh New York State Constitutional Convention

J. B. Lyon Albany, NY 1915 First Edition Hard Cover No ISBN Very Good No Dust jacket Signed by Author
"Hon. Leroy A. Lincoln" (delegate) gold-stamped on cover. Individually hand autographed by nearly every delegate/attendee pictured in the volume over their photo/bio page. The 1915 Constitutional Convention made 33 recommendations, all of which were rejected by voters. 1915 was also the year when the New York State Legislature gave women the right to vote, but the bill was rejected by voters. Leroy A.Lincoln's autograph is present on his page but heavily faded. He did make a couple of hand typographical changes to his entry though. Bible binding. Moderately scuffed and age-worn. A rare and unique political collectible. Signatures include: Charles S. Whitman (Governor of the State of New York 1915-1918 ), The remainder is a near-complet list of the delegates at the convention. The book bears signatures for 95% of them. If you are curious about a particular name, just ask. The list: At-Large: William Berri, Edgar Truman Brackett, Jacob Brenner, Alphonso P. Clearwater, Patrick W. Cullinan, Seth Low, Louis Marshall, John Lord O'Brian, Herbert Parsons, Adolph J. Rodenbeck, Elihu Root, Jacob Gould Schurman, Henry L. Stimson, George Woodward Wickersham, Charles H. Young -- 1st District: Franklin A. Coles, William M. McKinney, Robert S. Pelletreau -- 2nd District: Philip Frank, George J. Ryan, John W. Weed -- 3rd District: Andrew McLean, Moses J. Wafer, Charles Webber -- 4th District: Floyd J. Adams, Isidor Buxbaum, Richard E. Weber -- 5th District: Edward J. Byrne, James H. Dahm, Michael Daly -- 6th District: William P. Bannister, Harry E. Lewis, Alfred J. Reeves, Meier Steinbrink -- 7th District: William N. Dykman, Michael Fogarty, Francis P. Ward -- 8th District: William R. Bayes, Edgar M. Doughty, Almet R. Latson -- 9th District: Theodore C. Eppig, Harry Heyman, Frank Mann -- 10th District: Joseph Linde, William F. Mathewson, Isaac Sargent -- 11th District: John F. Ahearn, Abram Harowitz, Alfred E. Smith -- 12th District: Harry W. Newburger, Harry E. Oxford, John J. White -- 13th District: Arthur J. Baldwin, Michael J. Drummond, John B. Stanchfield -- 14th District: James A. Foley, Hiram M. Kirk, DeLancey Nicoll -- 15th District: William F. Sheehan, Thomas F. Smith -- 16th District: John T. Dooling, John G. Saxe, Robert F. Wagner -- 17th District: Gordon Knox Bell, Courtlandt Nicoll, Frederick C. Tanner -- 18th District: Mark Eisner, William M. K. Olcott, Maryin Saxe -- 19th District: J. Sidney Bernstein, Andrew J. Shipman, Albert Blogg Unger -- 20th District: Nathan Burkan, Timothy A. Leary, Mark W. Potter -- 21st District: James F. Donnelly, Peter J. Donovan, William F. Slevin -- 22nd District: Anthony J. Griffin, Louis F. Haffen, Francis Martin -- 23rd District: George A. Blauvelt, George A. Leitner, Eugene Lamb Richards -- 24th District: Henry R. Barrett, Francis A. Winslow, Frank L. Young -- 25th District: Caleb H. Baumes, Joseph Rosch, Russell Wiggins -- 26th District: Samuel K. Phillips, Lemuel E. Quigg, Clayton Ryder -- 27th District: H. Leroy Austin, Severyn B. Sharpe, John N. Vanderlyn -- 28th District: William Barnes, Jr., Harold J. Hinman, Edward A. Mealy -- 29th District: Victor M. Allen, Willis E. Heaton, Andrew P. McKean -- 30th District: Otis A. Dennis, Robert R. Law, William S. Ostrander -- 31st District: W. Barlow Dunlap, Olin Henry Landreth, Seward H. Van Ness -- 32nd District: George H. Bunce, Charles S. Mereness, Perry G. Williams -- 33rd District: Edward M. Angell, Harry E. Owen, Patrick J. Tierney -- 34th District: Ledyard P. Hale, Ferris J. Meigs, Robert S. Waterman -- 35th District: Lewis H. Ford, Edward N. Smith, Merrick Stowell -- 36th District: Samuel H. Beach, Watson T. Dunmore, Louis M. Martin -- 37th District: George L. Bockes, Albert F. Gladding, Frank R. Lennox -- 38th District: D. Raymond Cobb, Alan C. Fobes, Ray B. Smith -- 39th District: Israel T. Deyo, Samuel H. Fancher, George E. Green -- 40th District: E. Clarence Aiken, Francis C. Allen, Joseph E. Eggleston -- 41st District: Hubert C. Mandeville, Bertrand W. Nye, John M. Parker -- 42nd District: Charles H. Betts, John H. Johnson, John Parmenter -- 43rd District: Jesse H. Phillips, James W. Wadsworth, Monroe Wheeler -- 44th District: Clarence H. Greff, John C. Leggett, Frank S. Wood -- 45th District: Frank M. Jones, Rush Rhees, Andrew E. Tuck -- 46th District: Richard A. Curran, Homer E. A. Dick, Charles J. White -- 47th District: Edward E. Franchot, Thomas A. Kirby, James P. Lindsay -- 48th District: George Clinton, Sr., Leroy A. Lincoln, Charles B. Sears -- 49th District: Matthias H. Endres, Thomas V. O'Connor, Charles Schoonhut -- 50th District: James L. Nixon, Harry D. Sanders, Frank W. Standart -- 51st District: Charles M. Dow, Herman J. Westwood, James S. Whipple Signed by Author. Main Picture: Cover. Picture 2: Governor Charles S. Whitman Autograph 1. Picture 3: Governor Charles S. Whitman Autograph 2. Picture 4: George L. Bockes Autograph. Inventory No: 002871. Hardcover 
Price: 350.00 USD
 
 
Rambling Round New York City, Harrap, Neil
3 Harrap, Neil
Rambling Round New York City

Neil Harrap 1969 Paperback No ISBN Very Good No Dust jacket 
Squarebound paperback with 33 B+W plates of New York landmark buildings. 8.5" X 7". Bonding solid showing light age and reading-wear. Inventory No: 022291. This book is very light, and shipping will be upgraded to first class mail.. Paperback 
Price: 9.00 USD
 
 
Subways Are for Sleeping, Love, Edmund G.
4 Love, Edmund G.
Subways Are for Sleeping

Harcourt, Brace and Company New York, NY 1957 First Edition Soft Cover No ISBN Fine near fine 
Stated First Edition. Short biographies of New York street people and personalities, Stated First Edition. Quarter-bound paper covered boards with abstract design. Book is Fine showing very faint shelf-wear and edge tanning to pages. Jacket is bright and glossy. Light rubbing and a few small nicks to edges. $3.75 flap price. Jacket in new Brodart protector. Inventory No: 014579. Paperback 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
The Block, Schoenstein, Ralph
5 Schoenstein, Ralph
The Block
Oscar Liebman
Random House 1960 First Edition Hardcover No ISBN Good Condition Good Signed by Author
SIGNED and warmly inscribed by author to a linguist and author Maxwell Nurnberg. Novel of Manhattan children's life in the 1930s and 1940s. Stickball cover. Spaldeens and P.S. 87 mentioned in the flap copy. Picture of author (as a child) with Joe DiMaggio on rear flap. Heavy toning to edges and some chipping to corners. Book Clean, square and unmarked. Jacket in new Brodart protector. Stated First Printing. 137 pages. Illustrator: Oscar Liebman. Signed by Author. Inventory No: 024792. Hardcover 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
6 Weisenfeld, Judith
The History of the Riverside Church in the City of New York

New York University Press 2004 Hardcover 0814767133 / 9780814767139 Near Fine Condition Near Fine 
Fine condition. Clean, square and unmarked. Light shelf-wear and bumping to corners. 350 pages. ISBN: 0814767133. ISBN/EAN: 9780814767139. Inventory No: 024434. Hardcover 
Price: 8.09 USD
 


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