Having become an iconic New Hampshire reclusive during his
later decades, the 'mystery' of author J. D. Salinger's whereabouts
has fed the intrigue and the perpetuating classroom and booklover
discussions. At least twice a year, young folks....
New England, US History, Writers, Journalism, Arab Studies, Fiction, Sustainability, Children's, Hand & Visual Arts, Music, Old Newspapers, more ...
Hi, Folks ... Mom said, 'I need to downsize'. Moving to assisted living, what she couldn't take included 8,000-plus books & records. A decade later, my upcountry barn is bursting. Books multiply as others recycle priorities. I now have 30,000 or more books looking for good homes, and my learning curve has been a roller coaster. I celebrate word-crafters, thought-tumblers, laughter ... the arts of communication at every turn. I preserve, protect, and share. I am also Hedgehog Publishing, 'Words & Pictures by & for Folks with Prickly Backs, Soft Bellies, & Small Brains'.
Description: Audubon. John J (from artwork by). Very goodClean image side. Text side has light pen/pencil stroke, 1-inch, lower where blank. Single page art print, color on off-white durable opaque paper. Text on reverse. 9x12in. From a collection of Audubon prints, with commentary by Roger Tory Peterson. The Pine Warbler, he writes, is about 5.5 inches long, smaller than a sparrow, and when Audubon observed it out of its pine habitat in tall grass, he first mistook it for a new species he had not earlier ... Read More
Publisher: State Planning and Development Commission / Rumford Press, printer., Concord NH.
Date published: 1945
Description: Shorey, Guy L (Cover photo by), and Cooke, Jerry (Photo by), and Graef, Richard (Photo by), and Pote, Winston (Photos by), ... Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Ex-library. Light blue ink stamp, lower front cover: 'Mansfield Public Library, Temple NH'. Light rust, interior center staple. Nice covers. 16 p. Includes illustrations. Color cover photo, B&W interior and back cover photos. 4.75x6in. Stapled binding. Monthly small magazine promoting New Hampshire. 'Building a Colonial Meeting House ... Read More
Publisher: Union Book & Publishing Company, Chicago / New York
Description: Good. No dust jacket as issued. Water stain along bottom and outside lower corner edges, not into text or photos. 329-344 p. Includes illustrations. 12x14in. Tan stock paper covers with brown stamps titles, stapled binding. Grayscale scenic photos with text, plates. Part 7 of folio series likely published during the early 1900s (no date listed). Scenic photos (37 small and full-page) depict waterfalls, lakes, all-size steamboats, island hamlets, rivers, rural scenes. Inside title page ... Read More
Description: Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Clean and unmarked. 47 p. Includes illustrations. Trade size stapled booklet. Top coirner hole punch with string loop for hanging. Thin paper covers w/ red winged flying horse at center of astrology wheel, red title boxes. Month by month almanac, text about post-WWII agricultural challenges, noting 32% increase in production during war years w/ fewer resources available, machinery shortage, etc. Contents: Fighting Fires; Mobilcote 270 for Rust Prevention; Top ... Read More
Description: Fair. Signed by previous owner. Age-toning. Spine wear. Prior owner name penciled inside; owned while in Cairo. Cloth spine and stiff cardboard over graph-paper, European style notebook, pages filled with clippings. 7x9in. Intriguing collection of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean stories clipped from newspapers and magazines in French, English and a few in German. Most do not have dates or sources noted. Numerous historic events, people featuring Armenians; Greece; Turkey; World War II; Warship ... Read More