Having become an iconic New Hampshire reclusive during his
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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'.
Edition: First edition
Binding: Trade paperback
Publisher: Pasquaney Press / The Anthoensen Press, production., East Hebron NH / Portland ME.
Date published: 1987
Description: Stanhope, Dennis (Illustrattions by) Good. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. Moinor cover corner curl; Edge foxing, soil spots. Clean pages. Blue sealed paper covers, white titles. xii, 227 p. 23 cm. Pen&Ink Illustrations. Index. Boston native, with printer's ink-stained hands in Vermont and New Hampshire, Edward J Bennett here has presented a collection of his experiences at various newspapers and from serving in the NH Legislature, including notes on the (shocking) practice of ... Read More
Edition: Not a first printing, "e" printing
Publisher: Bonanza Books by arr. w/ Outerbridge & Lazard, New York.
Date published: 1971
Description: Studios, Mad Peck (Peck, John; Graphics by). Good in good dust jacket. Ex-library. Sturdy binding with light dampstain to top front page edges; no compromise to artwork. Jacket had been protected by library clear cover. Tan cloth over boards; library rebinding. Colorful jacket. Cartoon illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Cultural History / American Studies: Published since the late 1800s when color began to appear in The World newspapers, comic pages evolved with printing techniques. The ... Read More
Publisher: J. Messner Inc, New York
Date published: 1941
Description: Nims, W. C. (Illustrated by) Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Rear free end paper torn out, missing; untidy job of it, leaving exposed gauze. Red Withdrawn stamp, front fep. Leaf 185-186, production flaw, extra page edge. 278 p.; 22 cm. Pen&Ink Illustrations. Sepia-toned drawings on peach end papers. Biography of the newspaperman who collected stories and defined characters around animals. His tales were morality-based, humorous, and first told to him by two African American former slaves, one ... Read More
Publisher: Union Leader Corporation / New Hampshire Sunday News., Manchester NH.
Date published: 1987
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Sun fade, top & bottom, front; tight & clean. Large folio; facsimile newspaper pages covering NH primaries 1952-1984; w/ results; Every 4 years, New Hampshire voters go to the polls in a Primary exercise to vote for the U.S. Presidential candidate of choice. Front pages are reproduced here for each of 32 years, including charts showing vote counts and other related news stories. Read More
Edition: First edition
Publisher: University of Vermont / University Press of New England., Hanover NH.
Date published: 1973
Description: Fine. No dust jacket. Slightest shelf edge wear. Very nice. Clean. Emerald green cloth over boards. 376 p. Biographies. Index. Audience: General/trade. From Ira Allen's account in of his 1772 "Coming to the Grants" to Howard Frank Mosher's "Alabama Jones", a short story character sketch, here are the literary paths taken by Vermonters, including the launching of newspapers and journals. Contents' sections: 32-page Introduction; Chronology 1609-1973; Settlement, Revolution, and Early Statehood; ... Read More
Edition: New edition
Binding: Audiobook cassette
Publisher: Audio Language Studies., Ontario, Canada.
Date published: 1986
Description: Good. Vinyl and plastic box. Ex-library. Cassettes appear very good; book excellent; box library issue with info slipped into pockets, VG. Lib. labeling, discard, Fiske Free Lib, Claremont NH. 157 p. 2-3-hr. cassette recording (2 cassettes) w/ transcript of text abridged from Dick Francis's 1985 mystery work. Large case; Wire spiral bound book, larger type. A champion steeplechase jockey defends his twin sister when her husband's career as a racehorse trainer is threastened by a spiteful ... Read More
Description: Good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Green inside cover label: Private Library of M F Little, Hill, N.H. Pages rippled from addition of glued columns throughout. 200 p. Black blind-stamped decorated cloth over boards. Gold stamped original spine titles. Lith green front printed title box: Poetical Scrap-Book 1914. Unique item: Poetry garnered from newspapers, neatly trimmed and glued over text pages of original volume, in 2-column format. Pages are renumbered by hand in red pencil. ... Read More
Edition: First edition
Publisher: Bellwether Publishing Co., New York.
Date published: 1967
Description: Good in poor dust jacket. Ex-library. Sturdy; clean save for library markings. Jacket remainder sections neatly taped inside covers. Top edge short damp stain; no bleed inside. Maroon cloth over boiards. Gold spine titles; blind-stamped large front titles. 1112 p. 27 cm. Includes Illustrations. African-American History includes Historical Review Chronology (1492-1954), p.1-21; Documents; Historical Landmarks state by state; Civil Rights Organizations and Leadership; Legal Staus; Demographics; ... Read More
Publisher: Random House.
Date published: 1959
Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. MInor edge age-toning to book; Clean inside; Minor wear to jacket. 334 p. Includes index. Black cloth over boards. 4/59 on jacket flap. Newspaperman Kent Cooper (1880-1965), having conceived during the early 20th century of news delivery to newsrooms by telephone, was hired away from United Press by Associated Press in 1910, rising to executive director in 1943. He had conceived in 1926, and established in 1935, the AP Wirephoto system, and ... Read More