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Mobley, Joe (editor)

Published by North Carolina Office of Archives & History, Raleigh, NC (2004)

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About this Item: North Carolina Office of Archives & History, Raleigh, NC, 2004. Pictorial Cover. Condition: Fine. Contents: "The Rise and Fall of a Company Union at Durham Hosiery Mills," by Pamela C. Edwards; "The White Academy Movement in Eastern North Carolina, 1954-1973," by Christopher Myers; and "The Continental League and Its Western North Carolina Affiliate: Branch Rickey's Second Finest Hour," by Russell D. Buhite. Seller Inventory # 720060043

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Rosenbaum, S. P.(Stanford Patrick) (editor)

Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL (1971)

ISBN 10: 0226726576 ISBN 13: 9780226726571

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About this Item: University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL, 1971. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 3rd Printing; 365 clean, unmarked pages; essays include: Stanley Fish on Francis Bacon, Brett on Hobbes, Ian Watt on Realism, Tuveson on john Locke & laurence Sterne, Kampf on edward Gibbon & David Hume, Frey on William Blake, Abrams on literary invention, Ryle on Jane Austen, Schneewind on the Victorian period, Donagan on Mill & Bradley, Pitcher on Wittgenstein & Carroll, Bolgan on Bradley & Eliot, David on Romanticism, Ross on D.H. Lawrence & Bertrand Russell, Rosenbaum on Virginia Woolf Size: 8 vo. Seller Inventory # 039052

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Wilcox, Janet, Editor

Published by San Juan Historical Commission

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About this Item: San Juan Historical Commission. 2001 Summer Large, 8 1/2" by 11" Softcover, New, Heritage, History & Hearts in San Juan County, Utah, Articles Include: The Arts and crafts Influence in Blanding; Wayne H. Redd House; Cherished Old Homes; Hanson D. Bayles Home; The Castle; Willard Richard Guyman House; Adventuresin a Lion's Den; The House on the Corner; Walter C. Lyman Home; Wiley Redd Home; The House Built for Parley and Ruth Redd; Water, Fires and the Two - Wheeled Fire Hose; Memories of an Old House; The Genealogy of a House; From Settle's House to a Bed and Breakfast; The House on Flour mill Road; William J. Nix House; Andrew Peterson Home; Edward Thompson Home, 86 pages. Seller Inventory # 7520

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Editor-John L. Baier; Editor-Thomas S. Strong; Contributor-William Allbritten; Contributor-Ronny Barnes; Contributor-Sue A. Baum; Contributor-Emily R. Burgwyn; Contributor-Joan M. Comas; Contributor-Betty R. Cully; Contributor-David L. Grady; Contributor-Patricia A. Hollander; Contributor-Molly M. Lawrence; Contributor-Joseph Gregory Leonard; Contributor-Gary D. Melany; Contributor-Judith G. Miller; Contributor-Steve J. Miller; Contributor-Donald B. Mills; Contributor-Craig M. Ross; Contributor-Edward G. Whipple; Contributor-William Mark Whitson

Published by University Press Of America (1993)

ISBN 10: 1883485037 ISBN 13: 9781883485030

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About this Item: University Press Of America, 1993. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1883485037

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The Boy Scouts Year Book 1929: Mathiews, Franklin K.

Mathiews, Franklin K. (Editor)

Published by D. Appleton and Company (1929)

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About this Item: D. Appleton and Company, 1929. Large Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 2nd Printing. 2nd printing. No jacket. Stain to bottom right-hand corner of boards. 1929 Large Hardcover. We have more books available by this author. 226 pp. 10 x 7 3/4. Illustrations by Remington Schuyler, John R. Neill, E.W. Kemble, Paul Brown, Harry H.A. Burne, Charles Livingston Bull, Douglas Duer, Dan Beard, Jerome Rozen, Enos B. Comstock, Sidney Riesenberg, Harold Anderson, Bert N. Salg, Francis J. Rigney, Seymour Ball, Norman Borchardt, A.O. Scott, and Richard A. Holberg. CONTENTS: Frontispiece - Remington Schuyler; The Greatest Dinner in History, Story - H.D. Roberts; The Relay Rider, Story - Carey O. Morgan; A Day With the Boone Scouts - Dan Beard; Border Bred, Story - W.C. Tuttle; The Bull-Whacker's Lash, Story - Edward L. Bacon; A Redskin's Ride, Story - E.A. Wood; Cactus Center's Boy Scout, Poem - Arthur Chapman; The Mustang of Madman's Gap, Story - E. Waldo Long; The Chimes of Santa Isabel, Story - Reginald Wright Kauffman; The Proverbial Busy Beaver - Joe Mills; The Mail Must Go Through, Story - Merlin Moore Taylor; Scouting for Buffalo - Chief Standing Bear; John Pepperel's Thanksgiving, Story - Russell Gordon Carter; The Ride of Sam Brown, Poem - Lindsay George Lucas; Salt Pork, Story - George Bruce Marquis; The Indian Tipi - Julian Harris Salomon; Pancho of the Knife, Story - Irving Camp; The Bow of the Cut-Fingers, Story - F. Douglas Hawley; How to Spin a Rope - Ed Dodd; Mumps, Story - Joseph B. Ames; Cowpunchers' Law, Story - William S. Hart; Masheagawa, Story - J. Allan Dunn; Totems - Dan Beard; Trails, Poem - Remington Schuyler; The Reformation of Bear's Ear - E.W. Kemble; The Truce of Ramon and Romay, Story - James Ravenscroft; Luck's Christmas Surprise, Story - Constance Lindsay Skinner; How to Make an Indian Head-Dress - Dan Beard; The Wasp of Old Quebec, Story - Karl W. Detzer; The Night Herder, Story - William Wells; All in the Day's Work, Story - F.L. Cooper; Buckskin Clothes and Chaparajos - Dan Beard; Think and Grin - edited by Francis J. Rigney. Seller Inventory # 1533096

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Greiger, W.D. & Thomas, M.W., Jr. (Editors)

Published by Early American Industries Association, WIlliamsburg, VA (1959)

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About this Item: Early American Industries Association, WIlliamsburg, VA, 1959. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. B/W Photos (illustrator). First Edition, Thus. stapled wraps; pp.25-36; includes items such as: Early American Industries (bookbinding); Hugh Desamper (Return to Williamsburg, Virginia), William Robertson's Windmill, Mills Brown (some notes on Planes), Edward Durell (Stirrups), the Barlow Knife, Association News, Etc Size: 4 vo. Magazine. Seller Inventory # 054316

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Greiger, W.D. & Thomas, M.W., Jr. (Editors)

Published by Early American Industries Association, WIlliamsburg, VA (1959)

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About this Item: Early American Industries Association, WIlliamsburg, VA, 1959. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. B/W Photos (illustrator). First Edition, Thus. stapled wraps; pp.37-48; includes items such as: Early American Industries; Laurence A. Johnson (Coffee Grinding Mills), Ralph Hodgkinson (Of Tools and Men), Edward Furell (Popcorn Ball machine), J. Didsbury (French Method of nail-making), Association News, Etc Size: 4 vo. Magazine. Seller Inventory # 054318

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Henry Mills Alden, editor;,Howard Pyle, William F. Carne, Edward Everett Hale, John Bigelow, Artur Cleveland Coxe, A.A. Hayes, Jun., A.A. Hayes, Virginia W. Johnson, Dinah Mulock Craik, R.D. Blackmore, William Black, et al

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1880)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1880. Original Wraps. Condition: Fair. First printing. Single issue. Small quarto, 10 1/4" tall, pages 321 to 480 + ads, printed beige wraps. A good clean sturdy issue overall, interior very good, but cover clipped away with loss of 2/3 of fron cover and 1/3 of reaer, with light exterior soiling, back strip chipped at top and bottom edges, internal binding solid, paper moderately yellowed, with a few signatures more darkened than others due to an obvious difference in paper quality, and a dampstain to the bottomcorner of the first 60 pages which does not affecr text or ilustrations. This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) as well as the advertisements and covers. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. Including ''Bartram and his Garden,' by Pyle, 'Washington as a Burgher,' by Carne, 'San Marino,' by Bigelow, 'Drop-Star--A legend of Lake Kayutah,' by Coxe, ''Grub Stakes and Millions,' by Hayes, 'Mrs. Keesler's Horse-car, by Hale, Mary Anerly' by Blackmore, and 'White Wings' by Black, 'etc. Seller Inventory # 32446

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William Mill Butler

Published by Forgotten Books, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 1332194672 ISBN 13: 9781332194674

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from The Semi-Centennial Souvenir: An Account of the Great Celebration, June 9th and 10th, 1884, Together With a Chronological History of Rochester, N. Y The aim of the editors of this little work is not only to present, in convenient chronological form, a history of Rochester from the earliest times to the present day, but to perpetuate a full and faithful account of the semi-centennial celebration, the details of which are necessarily excluded from the elaborate new histories of the city. It may not be amiss to state here that the subject of a proper observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the Flower City s birth was first suggested by D.M. Dewey to Edward Angevine, a veteran journalist on the Post-Express staff, and Mr. Angevine accordingly began the agitation in the columns of the paper on the 18th day of June, 1883, his article containing, besides a large amount of historical matter pertinent to the occasion, the following suggestions: There is no good reason, it seems to the Post-Express, why this semi-centennial birthday of the Flower City should not be appropriately celebrated by her sons and daughters. It is now none too early to begin to make arrangements, for there is much to be done in the way of preparation for the event. Nothing should be done half-heartedly; no effort should be spared to make the occasion the grandest yet observed in the beautiful city, which has so rapidly and solidly grown up around the Falls of the Genesee. The City of Rochester celebrated the municipal incorporation of the youthful town with the firing of cannon and the ringing of the City Hall bell afterwards for many years hanging in the cupola of the Court House, and the people made merry over the birth of the city. And now that Rochester has lived for half a century let there be another celebration, when the old bell shall again ring out; again let cannon voice the people s joy and thanks; let there be speech-making and processions, and fire-works; let us eat, drink and be merry, for Rochester has now become one of the most important provincial cities of our land. Let the citizens of 1884 living with us now - there are very few of them to be sure - be given the prominent places in the celebration, if they be spared until that time, and let them be honored, for they have been the witnesses of the growth of Rochester from a city of twelve thousand inhabitants to the fourth municipality of the Empire State. Everyone should join in this movement; the aged citizen who helped to clear the fields where now stand stately edifices and where are located broad streets; the child, who may live to witness Rochester s centennial celebration; the business man and the capitalist, the banker and the laborer, all should join iii the effort to make next year memorable in the history of Rochester. Hon. Cornelius R. Parsons and the Aldermen who compose the Common Council should at once take the initiative in this matter. Let them invite aid and counsel, resting assured that they have the approval of all the people. The Post-Express of the same day contained an editorial advocating the proper celebration of the anniversary and urging that a meeting of the citizens be called without delay and the preliminary steps taken. The idea of a semi-centennial celebration must have occurred to several minds at about the same time, for on June 10th, the next (special) meeting of the Common Council, the President, M. Barron, in the chair, the following communication from the Mayor (dated June 16th) was presented: Gentlemen: On the 28th day of April, 1834, the legislature of this state passed an act incorporating the city of Rochester, and the same provided that on the first Monday of June following, certain city officers should he elected. The board of trustees of the village, at a meeting convened on the 20th day of May, in that year, adopted the following: Resolved, That notice be given of the cit. Seller Inventory # APC9781332194674

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William Mill Butler

Published by Forgotten Books, United States (2015)

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from The Semi-Centennial Souvenir: An Account of the Great Celebration, June 9th and 10th, 1884, Together With a Chronological History of Rochester, N. Y The aim of the editors of this little work is not only to present, in convenient chronological form, a history of Rochester from the earliest times to the present day, but to perpetuate a full and faithful account of the semi-centennial celebration, the details of which are necessarily excluded from the elaborate new histories of the city. It may not be amiss to state here that the subject of a proper observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the Flower City s birth was first suggested by D.M. Dewey to Edward Angevine, a veteran journalist on the Post-Express staff, and Mr. Angevine accordingly began the agitation in the columns of the paper on the 18th day of June, 1883, his article containing, besides a large amount of historical matter pertinent to the occasion, the following suggestions: There is no good reason, it seems to the Post-Express, why this semi-centennial birthday of the Flower City should not be appropriately celebrated by her sons and daughters. It is now none too early to begin to make arrangements, for there is much to be done in the way of preparation for the event. Nothing should be done half-heartedly; no effort should be spared to make the occasion the grandest yet observed in the beautiful city, which has so rapidly and solidly grown up around the Falls of the Genesee. The City of Rochester celebrated the municipal incorporation of the youthful town with the firing of cannon and the ringing of the City Hall bell afterwards for many years hanging in the cupola of the Court House, and the people made merry over the birth of the city. And now that Rochester has lived for half a century let there be another celebration, when the old bell shall again ring out; again let cannon voice the people s joy and thanks; let there be speech-making and processions, and fire-works; let us eat, drink and be merry, for Rochester has now become one of the most important provincial cities of our land. Let the citizens of 1884 living with us now - there are very few of them to be sure - be given the prominent places in the celebration, if they be spared until that time, and let them be honored, for they have been the witnesses of the growth of Rochester from a city of twelve thousand inhabitants to the fourth municipality of the Empire State. Everyone should join in this movement; the aged citizen who helped to clear the fields where now stand stately edifices and where are located broad streets; the child, who may live to witness Rochester s centennial celebration; the business man and the capitalist, the banker and the laborer, all should join iii the effort to make next year memorable in the history of Rochester. Hon. Cornelius R. Parsons and the Aldermen who compose the Common Council should at once take the initiative in this matter. Let them invite aid and counsel, resting assured that they have the approval of all the people. The Post-Express of the same day contained an editorial advocating the proper celebration of the anniversary and urging that a meeting of the citizens be called without delay and the preliminary steps taken. The idea of a semi-centennial celebration must have occurred to several minds at about the same time, for on June 10th, the next (special) meeting of the Common Council, the President, M. Barron, in the chair, the following communication from the Mayor (dated June 16th) was presented: Gentlemen: On the 28th day of April, 1834, the legislature of this state passed an act incorporating the city of Rochester, and the same provided that on the first Monday of June following, certain city officers should he elected. The board of trustees of the village, at a meeting convened on the 20th day of May, in that year, adopted the following: Resolved, That notice be given of the city. Seller Inventory # APC9781332194674

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Boles, John W. (editor) Maryland Historical Society

Published by Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD (1976)

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About this Item: Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD, 1976. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st. pp.1-112 clean, unmarked.items by/about: Thomas W. Coakley (George Calvert, Newfoundland), Ross M. Kimmel (Free Blacks, 17th Century Maryland), Katherine A. Harvey (William Alexander(, Edward J. Kuebler (University of Maryland Desegregation), G. Terry Sharrer (Patents, 1790-1830), Robert D. Arbuckle (John Nicholson, Steamboats), John W. McGrain (englehart Cruse, Steam mills), David Ritchey (The Philadelphia Company in Baltimoe), Gay R. Woodall (robert Walsh), Genealogy of Black families in Maryland Size: 8 vo. Magazine. Seller Inventory # 012058

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Lindley, Harlow (editor)

Published by Ohio Archaeological and historial Society, Columbus, OH (1942)

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About this Item: Ohio Archaeological and historial Society, Columbus, OH, 1942. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st. pp. 259-381+index for 1942; clean, unmarked pages; lite chipping of covers, wraps are applied upside down; includes iems by/about Leon Goldman (contributions of Ohio Physicians to the Mexican War), Philip D. Jordan (Samuel Robinson, Thomsonian System), Russell L. Haden (Early use of Th4e Microscope In Ohio), Ralph Taylor (Formulation of the Eclectic School in Cincinnati), E.W. Mitchell (Cholera in Cincinnati), Edward C. Mills (Dental Education in Ohio 1838-1858), A.E. Waller (Dr. John Milton Bigelow), Jonathan Formann (Dr. Alva Curtis in Columbus, Thomsonian Recorder and columbus' First Medical School),Book Reviews, Etc Size: 8 vo. Journal. Seller Inventory # 072101

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

Published by Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota (1964)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1964. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 005529: This is the 15th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn and corners are creased. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Hungry Boys' Casserole (by Mrs. Roman Walilko, Detroit, MI) * Peanut-Buttery Puffs (by Mrs. Donald J. Schindelholz, Beloit, WI) * Corned Beef Wheels (by Mrs. Jack C. Jones, Long Beach, CA) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 15th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Beverly Hills Hilton, California. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. Kennett C. Johnson, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. C. E. Yearling, Payne, OH * Betty Swinger, Grand Rapids, MI * Karen Curtis, Winslow, IN * Mrs. Anthony Vulinec, Hudson, OH * Mrs. Edward L. Mirkin, Westbury, Long Island, NY * Mrs. Lawrence Zacker, San Diego, CA * Caren Miller, Philadelphia, PA * Elisabeth Antisdale, Oakland, CA * Mrs. Lawrence McKinin, Columbia, MO * Mrs. Mary C. Endicott, Atlanta, GA * Mrs. Paul T. Bartlett, Tulsa, OK * Mr. Umejiro Frank Kuritsubo, Oakland, CA * Mrs. W. Stuart Smith, San Antonio, TX * Mrs. Huey Hilburn, Piedmont, AL * Mrs. Louise Kidd, Artesia, NM * Mrs. Laverne Buckley, Collins, NY * Mrs. Albert G. Lewis Jr, Platte City, MO * Mrs. Alvin D. Albertus, Cedar Rapids, IA * Mrs. Jack Albanese, Great Falls, MT * John Anderson, Cooperstown, NY * Mrs. Helen Pope, Arroyo Grande, CA * Mrs. Dwight E. Maples, Wildwood, FL * Mrs. Guy H. Little, Hickory, NC * Mrs. Louis Fedrizzi, Detroit, MI * Mrs. Gerald E. Ames, Gorham, ME * Mrs. Morris Hansburg, Youngstown, OH * Mrs. V. H. Shermer, Klamath Falls, OR * Mrs. J. G. Gullett, Duluth, GA * Mrs. Ruth Hill Molloy, Fort Eustin, VA * Mrs. Perna Mai Ramsey, Oklahoma City, OK * Mrs. William Snodgrass, Hanna City, IL * Mrs. Dagmar Mallinson, Kansas, MO * Mrs. Frank McCue, Portland, OR * Mrs. John R. Stegmuller, Lahina, Maui, HI * Mrs. Lois Vouga, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Rex Pippin Sr, Dothan, AL * Mrs. Jean C. Wehler, Hyattsville, MD * Nancy Ellen Ferchak, Jessup, PA * Mrs. Mathilde T. Bass, Berlin, NH * Scherry Ann Pesante, Roswell, NM * Mrs. Marie V. Brennan, Daly City, CA * Merry Dee Melinsky, Howard Lake, MN * Judith Ann Carlson, Amery, WI * James C. Conboy, St. Johnsville, NY * Mr. Jay M. Smith, Harborcreek, PA * Mrs. R. J. Graves, Fresno, CA * Jean Nurse, Anchorage, AK * Mrs. Horace F. Godshall, Collegeville, PA * Mrs. Donna Unzelman, Chehalis, WA * Mrs. Kenneth F. Allen, Elm Creek, NE * Gloria Cassidy, Pittsburgh, PA * Mrs. Ann Dubas, Woodbury, NJ * Mrs. Arthur Grunert, Oklahoma City, OK * Carol Ann Johnson, Alta, IA * Mrs. Gerald V. Stoeckel, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. Julie Conners, Stanford, CA * Austin Andrew Marks, Camden, NJ * Mrs. M. E. Walcott, Columbus, WI * Mrs. Ernest Davenport, Newland, NC * Winona Zeigler, Pittsburgh, PA * Mrs. Ted George, Pemberville, OH * Becky Jelle, Hibbing, MN * Ardene Wiebbecke, Clutier, IA * Mrs. Leonard Manske, Franklin, WI * Mrs. Theodore Eckroth, Bloomsburg, PA * Mrs. Don J. Stevens, Overland Park, KS * Mrs. Charles R. Hulls, Columbus, OH * Cynthia Kobashigawa, Honolulu, HI * Linda Jean Henson, Monte Vista, CO * Mrs. Irma M. Joyce, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Christine Potter, Merion Station, PA * Mrs. Pete Schmunk, Bayard, NE * Mrs. Frank Newby, Huntington, WV * Mrs. Ruby Westmoreland, Lott, TX * Jane Blackwelder, Crossville, AL * Mrs. Tom Gaukel, Mukwonago, WI * Mrs. Vincent Matheis, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Melba Von Behren, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. T. Biancorosso, Montebello, CA * Mrs. Clyde Ferrell, Long Beach, CA * Roger Ivice, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Marie Case, Oconomowoc, WI * Mrs. Margaret Ziegenhorn, Chicago, IL * Mrs. William W. Lyth, Cleveland, OH * Mrs. F. Taylor Grimm, Bethesda, MD * Mrs. Otto E. Kneisel, Powhattan, KS * Mrs. Edith Racz, Denver, CO * Mary Bea Mantz, Wolf Creek, MT * Mrs. Vincent R. Costanzi, Chisholm, MN.: Vol. 15. Seller Inventory # 005529

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Henry Mills Alden, editor; contributors include, Lucy C. Lillie, R. Wheatley, H.H. (Helen Hunt Jackson), O.J. Victor, F. Anstey, Henry P. Wells, Robert D. Somers, Edward Howland, William Dean Howells, Constance Fenimore Woolson, et al

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1885)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1885. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. First printing. Single issue. Small quarto, 10 1/4" tall, pages 649 to 810 + ads + index to volume 71, printed beige wraps. A good, clean, sturdy issue overall with minor shelf wear and exterior soiling, BUT back cover missing, internal binding solid, paper lightly yellowed. This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) as well as the advertisements and covers. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. Including, 'An Indian Journey,' by Lillie, 'New York Stock Exchange,' by Wheatley, 'The Captain of the Heather Bell,' by Jackson, 'Guatemala,' by Victor, 'An Otter Hunt in the Hebrides,' by Somers, 'Familistere at Guise,France,' by Howland, 'Indian Summer,' by Howells, 'East Angels' by Woolson, etc. Seller Inventory # 22338

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Henry Mills Alden, editor; Rear-Admiral Edward Simpson, James Lane Allen, Richard Rogers Bowker, Annie Porter, Charles Dudley Warner, E.P. Roe, Oliver Goldsmith, R.D. Blackmore, Dinah Maria Mulock Craik, et al

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1886)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1886. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. First printing. Single issue. Small quarto, 10 1/4" tall, pages 1 to 162 + ads, printed beige wraps. A good, clean, sturdy issue overall but with significant soiling to the front cover and a 3" x 3" damptstain to the upper front which is visible through the first 30 pages to a lessening degree, some chipping to the spine and to the back cover (which is clean, internal binding solid, paper lightly yellowed. This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) as well as the advertisements and covers. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. Seller Inventory # 25704

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

Published by Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota (1964)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1964. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 007797: This is the 15th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn and corners are creased. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Hungry Boys' Casserole (by Mrs. Roman Walilko, Detroit, MI) * Peanut-Buttery Puffs (by Mrs. Donald J. Schindelholz, Beloit, WI) * Corned Beef Wheels (by Mrs. Jack C. Jones, Long Beach, CA) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 15th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Beverly Hills Hilton, California. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. Kennett C. Johnson, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. C. E. Yearling, Payne, OH * Betty Swinger, Grand Rapids, MI * Karen Curtis, Winslow, IN * Mrs. Anthony Vulinec, Hudson, OH * Mrs. Edward L. Mirkin, Westbury, Long Island, NY * Mrs. Lawrence Zacker, San Diego, CA * Caren Miller, Philadelphia, PA * Elisabeth Antisdale, Oakland, CA * Mrs. Lawrence McKinin, Columbia, MO * Mrs. Mary C. Endicott, Atlanta, GA * Mrs. Paul T. Bartlett, Tulsa, OK * Mr. Umejiro Frank Kuritsubo, Oakland, CA * Mrs. W. Stuart Smith, San Antonio, TX * Mrs. Huey Hilburn, Piedmont, AL * Mrs. Louise Kidd, Artesia, NM * Mrs. Laverne Buckley, Collins, NY * Mrs. Albert G. Lewis Jr, Platte City, MO * Mrs. Alvin D. Albertus, Cedar Rapids, IA * Mrs. Jack Albanese, Great Falls, MT * John Anderson, Cooperstown, NY * Mrs. Helen Pope, Arroyo Grande, CA * Mrs. Dwight E. Maples, Wildwood, FL * Mrs. Guy H. Little, Hickory, NC * Mrs. Louis Fedrizzi, Detroit, MI * Mrs. Gerald E. Ames, Gorham, ME * Mrs. Morris Hansburg, Youngstown, OH * Mrs. V. H. Shermer, Klamath Falls, OR * Mrs. J. G. Gullett, Duluth, GA * Mrs. Ruth Hill Molloy, Fort Eustin, VA * Mrs. Perna Mai Ramsey, Oklahoma City, OK * Mrs. William Snodgrass, Hanna City, IL * Mrs. Dagmar Mallinson, Kansas, MO * Mrs. Frank McCue, Portland, OR * Mrs. John R. Stegmuller, Lahina, Maui, HI * Mrs. Lois Vouga, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Rex Pippin Sr, Dothan, AL * Mrs. Jean C. Wehler, Hyattsville, MD * Nancy Ellen Ferchak, Jessup, PA * Mrs. Mathilde T. Bass, Berlin, NH * Scherry Ann Pesante, Roswell, NM * Mrs. Marie V. Brennan, Daly City, CA * Merry Dee Melinsky, Howard Lake, MN * Judith Ann Carlson, Amery, WI * James C. Conboy, St. Johnsville, NY * Mr. Jay M. Smith, Harborcreek, PA * Mrs. R. J. Graves, Fresno, CA * Jean Nurse, Anchorage, AK * Mrs. Horace F. Godshall, Collegeville, PA * Mrs. Donna Unzelman, Chehalis, WA * Mrs. Kenneth F. Allen, Elm Creek, NE * Gloria Cassidy, Pittsburgh, PA * Mrs. Ann Dubas, Woodbury, NJ * Mrs. Arthur Grunert, Oklahoma City, OK * Carol Ann Johnson, Alta, IA * Mrs. Gerald V. Stoeckel, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. Julie Conners, Stanford, CA * Austin Andrew Marks, Camden, NJ * Mrs. M. E. Walcott, Columbus, WI * Mrs. Ernest Davenport, Newland, NC * Winona Zeigler, Pittsburgh, PA * Mrs. Ted George, Pemberville, OH * Becky Jelle, Hibbing, MN * Ardene Wiebbecke, Clutier, IA * Mrs. Leonard Manske, Franklin, WI * Mrs. Theodore Eckroth, Bloomsburg, PA * Mrs. Don J. Stevens, Overland Park, KS * Mrs. Charles R. Hulls, Columbus, OH * Cynthia Kobashigawa, Honolulu, HI * Linda Jean Henson, Monte Vista, CO * Mrs. Irma M. Joyce, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Christine Potter, Merion Station, PA * Mrs. Pete Schmunk, Bayard, NE * Mrs. Frank Newby, Huntington, WV * Mrs. Ruby Westmoreland, Lott, TX * Jane Blackwelder, Crossville, AL * Mrs. Tom Gaukel, Mukwonago, WI * Mrs. Vincent Matheis, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Melba Von Behren, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. T. Biancorosso, Montebello, CA * Mrs. Clyde Ferrell, Long Beach, CA * Roger Ivice, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Marie Case, Oconomowoc, WI * Mrs. Margaret Ziegenhorn, Chicago, IL * Mrs. William W. Lyth, Cleveland, OH * Mrs. F. Taylor Grimm, Bethesda, MD * Mrs. Otto E. Kneisel, Powhattan, KS * Mrs. Edith Racz, Denver, CO * Mary Bea Mantz, Wolf Creek, MT * Mrs. Vincent R. Costanzi, Chisholm, MN.: Vol. 15. Seller Inventory # 007797

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Kennicott, Donald (editor)

Published by McCall Corporation, NY (1937)

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About this Item: McCall Corporation, NY, 1937. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. Henry Morton Stoops Cover Art (illustrator). First Thus. top open corner of the first several ages worn off (margin only); 144 pages Size: 8 vo. Seller Inventory # 016450

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MILLS (Edward D. editor)

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About this Item: First Edition, xv, 72pp folio, with numerous plates and illustrations, ex-library copy with a few stamps and marks but good and clean in original cloth, London, Hill, 1967. Seller Inventory # 18353

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1963. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 005527: This is the 14th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean (except for light spot stain on pp. 89-92) , unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn and corners are creased. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Apple Pie '63 (by Mrs. Erwin Smogor, South Bend, IN) * Smoky Barbecue Buns (by Mrs. John W. Gentry Jr, Alexandria, AL) * Banana Split Layer Cake (by Mrs. Theodore J. Albertowicz, Richland, WA) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 14th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. John Charles Mulder, E. Grand Rapids, MI * Mrs. Raymond G. Olson, Spring Grove, MN * Mrs. Andrew Mitsak, Youngstown, OH * Frances Spooner, Junction City, AR * Mrs. L. R. Davidson, Eugene, OR * Mrs. George W. Martin, Kansas City, MO * Joyce Herr, Rogers, AR * Mary M. Bender, Erie, PA * Imogene Noar, Paramount, CA * Mrs. Cecil L. Gorsuch, Santa Ana, CA * Mrs. Dean Haley, McComb, OH * Mrs. J. David Buck, Littleton, CO * Mrs. J. Charles Lohrman, Riverton, NJ * Mrs. Gerald E. Mallott, Defiance, OH * Irene Mae Nelson, Woodburn, OR * Mrs. Marlin McKibben Jr, Gowden, GA * Mrs. Mary Virginia Smith, Lakeside, CA * Mrs. H. Ghoel, Morris Plains, NJ * Mrs. Edward Hughes, Ypsilanti, MI * Mrs. Hoyt C. Brown, Bangor, ME * Mrs. J. F. Hasenkamp, Chattanooga, TN * Mrs. C. C. McCullick, Minneapolis, KS * Mrs. Annie S. Ferguson, Bettendorf, IA * Mrs. Virgil L. Hammons, Shawne, KS * Mrs. Milton Pilcher, Concordia, KS * Mrs. Jude Disco, Uncasville, CT * Susan Robinson, Rowayton, CT * Mrs. Earl Judy Jr, Adelphi, MD * Connie Cooper, Tempe, AZ * Jane Roberts, Martins Ferry, OH* Mrs. Milton Hayden, Windham, NY * Mrs. Marianna Hollingsworth, Wilmington, DE * Mrs. V. B. McDade, Spenard, AK * Mrs. Alfred E. Roske, Minneapolis, MN * Patricia Pearson, Offutt Air Base, NE * Mrs. Fred L. Krueger, Madison, WI * Mrs. Barry Martz, Cincinnati, OH * Linda Rae Enlow, Collinsville, IL * Mrs. L. K. Battson, Pensacola, FL * Mrs. Clifford Dutrumble, Uncasville, CT * Suzette Darlene Roberts, Fostoria, OH * Mrs. J. Trejo, Chula Vista, CA * Rita Vollenweider, La Crescent, MN * Julius Lilienthal, San Francisco, CA * Mrs. Edward C. Michels, Olympia, WA * Mrs. Michael Caulfield, Watervliet, NY * Mrs. Carroll W. Johnston, Mansfield, OH * Mrs. Norman E. Bennett, Rio Linda, CA * Mrs. Oscar E. Carlson, Elm Creek, NE * Mrs. Peter Funcke, Cedar Rapids, IA * Mrs. Warren Siriani, Burlington, MA * Mrs. Alice Houghtaling, San Diego, CA * Mrs. Archie C. DunKelberger, Mt. Auburn, IA * Mrs. Anna Mudri, Starford, PA * Mrs. Clifford Carlson, Amery, WI * Mrs. James D. Cooper, Wichita, KS * Mrs. C. R. Lindegren, La Canada, CA * Frieda Kaufman, Lincoln, NE * Mrs. Alfred E. Last, Grand Junction, IA * Mrs. Victor T. Kissel, Biloxi, MS * Mrs. George W. Martin, San Diego, CA * Mrs. Marilyn Wurzburger, Scottsdale, AZ * Mrs. Mildred E. Miller, Cleveland, OH * Nancy Coufal, Seward, NE * Mrs. Donald P. Gowing, Kaneohe, HI * Mrs. Frank B. Propst, Tuscaloosa, AL * Mrs. E. John Hill, Kirkwood, MO * Mrs. Lucy Mayernick, St. Petersburg, FL * Peggy Maher, Hapeville, GA * Mrs. Norman Fox, Great Falls, MT * Judith Lynn Wilson, Aliquippa, PA * Michele Jan Bie, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. William Pfau, Belle Fourche, SD * Ann Hurt, Berwyn, IL * Mrs. Sally Kavich, Columbus, NE * Mrs. Inez Calle McKenzie, McLean, VA * Mrs. A. M. Cameron, Albuquerque, NM * Susan Lynne Foster, Vancouver, WA * Mrs. Samuel Wilkin, Robinson, IL * Mrs. Henry Collins, Glendo, WY * Mrs. Richard Friedenauer, Rockford, IL * Mrs. William Sloss, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Gerald E. Hargis, Houston, TX * Mrs. Rosario Mondello, Tampa, FL * Richard Klecka, Tinley Park, IL * Kathleen Warner, Hornick, IA * Mrs. Richard Beedie, Chicago Heights, IL * Belinda Badalamenti, Grosse Pointe Park, MI * Mrs. Laura L. Eairley, Lawton, OK * Mr. Seller Inventory # 005527

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

Published by Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota (1963)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1963. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 005528: This is the 14th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean (except for light spot stain on pp. 81-82) , unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn and corners are creased. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Apple Pie '63 (by Mrs. Erwin Smogor, South Bend, IN) * Smoky Barbecue Buns (by Mrs. John W. Gentry Jr, Alexandria, AL) * Banana Split Layer Cake (by Mrs. Theodore J. Albertowicz, Richland, WA) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 14th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. John Charles Mulder, E. Grand Rapids, MI * Mrs. Raymond G. Olson, Spring Grove, MN * Mrs. Andrew Mitsak, Youngstown, OH * Frances Spooner, Junction City, AR * Mrs. L. R. Davidson, Eugene, OR * Mrs. George W. Martin, Kansas City, MO * Joyce Herr, Rogers, AR * Mary M. Bender, Erie, PA * Imogene Noar, Paramount, CA * Mrs. Cecil L. Gorsuch, Santa Ana, CA * Mrs. Dean Haley, McComb, OH * Mrs. J. David Buck, Littleton, CO * Mrs. J. Charles Lohrman, Riverton, NJ * Mrs. Gerald E. Mallott, Defiance, OH * Irene Mae Nelson, Woodburn, OR * Mrs. Marlin McKibben Jr, Gowden, GA * Mrs. Mary Virginia Smith, Lakeside, CA * Mrs. H. Ghoel, Morris Plains, NJ * Mrs. Edward Hughes, Ypsilanti, MI * Mrs. Hoyt C. Brown, Bangor, ME * Mrs. J. F. Hasenkamp, Chattanooga, TN * Mrs. C. C. McCullick, Minneapolis, KS * Mrs. Annie S. Ferguson, Bettendorf, IA * Mrs. Virgil L. Hammons, Shawne, KS * Mrs. Milton Pilcher, Concordia, KS * Mrs. Jude Disco, Uncasville, CT * Susan Robinson, Rowayton, CT * Mrs. Earl Judy Jr, Adelphi, MD * Connie Cooper, Tempe, AZ * Jane Roberts, Martins Ferry, OH* Mrs. Milton Hayden, Windham, NY * Mrs. Marianna Hollingsworth, Wilmington, DE * Mrs. V. B. McDade, Spenard, AK * Mrs. Alfred E. Roske, Minneapolis, MN * Patricia Pearson, Offutt Air Base, NE * Mrs. Fred L. Krueger, Madison, WI * Mrs. Barry Martz, Cincinnati, OH * Linda Rae Enlow, Collinsville, IL * Mrs. L. K. Battson, Pensacola, FL * Mrs. Clifford Dutrumble, Uncasville, CT * Suzette Darlene Roberts, Fostoria, OH * Mrs. J. Trejo, Chula Vista, CA * Rita Vollenweider, La Crescent, MN * Julius Lilienthal, San Francisco, CA * Mrs. Edward C. Michels, Olympia, WA * Mrs. Michael Caulfield, Watervliet, NY * Mrs. Carroll W. Johnston, Mansfield, OH * Mrs. Norman E. Bennett, Rio Linda, CA * Mrs. Oscar E. Carlson, Elm Creek, NE * Mrs. Peter Funcke, Cedar Rapids, IA * Mrs. Warren Siriani, Burlington, MA * Mrs. Alice Houghtaling, San Diego, CA * Mrs. Archie C. DunKelberger, Mt. Auburn, IA * Mrs. Anna Mudri, Starford, PA * Mrs. Clifford Carlson, Amery, WI * Mrs. James D. Cooper, Wichita, KS * Mrs. C. R. Lindegren, La Canada, CA * Frieda Kaufman, Lincoln, NE * Mrs. Alfred E. Last, Grand Junction, IA * Mrs. Victor T. Kissel, Biloxi, MS * Mrs. George W. Martin, San Diego, CA * Mrs. Marilyn Wurzburger, Scottsdale, AZ * Mrs. Mildred E. Miller, Cleveland, OH * Nancy Coufal, Seward, NE * Mrs. Donald P. Gowing, Kaneohe, HI * Mrs. Frank B. Propst, Tuscaloosa, AL * Mrs. E. John Hill, Kirkwood, MO * Mrs. Lucy Mayernick, St. Petersburg, FL * Peggy Maher, Hapeville, GA * Mrs. Norman Fox, Great Falls, MT * Judith Lynn Wilson, Aliquippa, PA * Michele Jan Bie, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. William Pfau, Belle Fourche, SD * Ann Hurt, Berwyn, IL * Mrs. Sally Kavich, Columbus, NE * Mrs. Inez Calle McKenzie, McLean, VA * Mrs. A. M. Cameron, Albuquerque, NM * Susan Lynne Foster, Vancouver, WA * Mrs. Samuel Wilkin, Robinson, IL * Mrs. Henry Collins, Glendo, WY * Mrs. Richard Friedenauer, Rockford, IL * Mrs. William Sloss, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Gerald E. Hargis, Houston, TX * Mrs. Rosario Mondello, Tampa, FL * Richard Klecka, Tinley Park, IL * Kathleen Warner, Hornick, IA * Mrs. Richard Beedie, Chicago Heights, IL * Belinda Badalamenti, Grosse Pointe Park, MI * Mrs. Laura L. Eairley, Lawton, OK * Mr. Seller Inventory # 005528

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

Published by Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota (1957)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1957. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 005762: This is the 8th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 California Casserole (by Mrs. Hildreth H. Hatheway, Santa Barbara, CA) * Chicken a la Cheese Pie (by Lorna J. Baldner, Dallas Center, IA) * Starlight Sugar Crisps (by Vivian Ross, Roscommon, MI) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 8th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, December, 1956. Additional recipes are by: Mrs. James Watson, New York, NY * Fay Patterson, Leeds, ND * Mrs. A. F. Pulliam, Sullivan, MO * Mrs. Jakob Schor, San Luis Obispo, CA * Miss Joanne Talley, Westminster, MD * fMrs. Luther F. Anders, Roanoke, VA * Linda Lee Bauman, Whitehouse, OH * Irene Korrell, Frederick, MD * Mrs. A. C. Hornbaker, Neosho, MO * Mrs. H. E. Thompson, Kress, TX * Mrs. Arthur L. Eads, Meade, KS * Mrs. Grace England, Winlock, WA * Mrs. Genevieve E. Canfield, Newington, CT *Mrs. Ernest Huscher, Concordia, KS * Mrs. Joseph Blodgett, Kenosha, WI * Jill Kully Berkeley, CA * Karen Collins, Indianapolis, IN * Mrs. Arnold C. Johnson, Lansing, MI * Mrs. Charles J. Suckle, San Marcos, TX * Miss Helen Ross, Columbus, OH * Mrs. Letty D. Johnson, LaGrange, IL * Mrs. Blanche Robb, Brunswick, OH * Mrs. Helen J. Kliesrath, Huntington, Long Island, NY * Clifford T. Pacenta Jr, Hawthorne, NY * Mrs. Kate M. Lohmann, Olean, NY * Mrs. Malcolm Hankins, Vienna, VA * Paul Coon, Milwaukie, OR * Mrs. Gloria A. Roden, Baldwinsville, NY * Mrs. Barbara L. Welch, Tracy, CA * Mrs. August A. Linse Jr, Eau Claire, WI * Mrs. James H. White, Cumberland, MD * Mrs. Edward Pogacnik, Lorain, OH * Mrs. Stella M. Kvetcovsky, Newport, NH * Mrs. Marjorie M. Callison, Janesville, WI * Mrs. Herbert Sasedow, Delhi, NY * Mrs. Pazzino de 'Pazzi, Hampton Bays, Long Island, NY * Mrs. Sylvia Kosmatka, Milwaukee, WI * Mrs. Harry R. McGahan, Tacoma, WA * Lucille Bonvouloir, Shoreham, VA * Mrs. Raymond E. Myers, Milan, IL * Mrs. Peggy Anne Laut, Jamaica, Long Island, NY * Mary Alice Tuttle, Fresno, CA * Duane Heyman, Berkey, OH * Mrs. Thomas Maguire, Little Silver, NJ * Mrs. Johnnie H. Williamson, Collins, MS * Mrs. Philip Carlson, St. Helens, OR * Mrs. George Grim, Olympia, WA * Mrs. William L. Lowell, East Cleveland, OH * Mrs. Edward B. Cogswell Jr, Lubbock, TX * Mrs. John H. Dekle Jr, Richmond, VA * Mrs. Marilyn Dunker, Redfield, SD * Mrs. Henry Donkers, Portland, OR * Mrs. Ida E. Beck, Houghton, MI * Mrs. Robert P. Monfore, Dante, SD * Mrs. Robert O. Boyd, St. Paul, MN * Mrs. Albert Hurwitz, South Miami, FL * Mrs. W. R. Fridley, Brentwood, MO * Dianne Illingworth, Portland, OR * Mrs. H. A. Wilson, Houston, TX * Mrs. W. I. Dedman, Houston, TX * Mrs. C. W. Myers, Fort Collins, CO * Mrs. Wendell White, Mitchell, SD * Mrs. Rudolph H. Nelson, Lockhart, FL * Mrs. Henri L. J. deSibour Jr, Royal Oak, MI * Mrs. Maria Kunster, Old Westbury, Long Island, NY * Mrs. Tamar King, Swayzee, IN * Mrs. O. H. Beers, Springfield, OR * Mrs. Ruth Sullivan, Chicago, IL* Naomi J. Collins, Bryan, OH * Mrs. Melvin Tarum, McPherson, KS * Mrs. DeLamar Turner, Savannah, GA * Mrs. Ralph M. Cook, South Charleston, WV * Mrs. George M. Hagey, Seattle, WA * Mrs. Herman Neitzel, Mankato, MN * Miss Wetona L. Crawford, Pleasant Hill, CA * Barbara Campbell, Dayton, VA * Mrs. Albert Elstermeier, Rockville, NE * Mrs. Joe E. McGinty, Austin, TX * Ms. Benjamin A. Votava, Omaha, NE * Mrs. F. Peter Ford, Orono, ME * Mrs. Fern Wesemeyer, Parma Heights, OH * Gary Woller, Hamburg, WI * Mrs. Raymond Kilduff, Harrisburg, PA * Mrs. Herb Rhodes, Anchorage, AK * Miss Margery Little, Chico, CA * Natalie R. Riggin, Olympia, WA * Mrs. Murray Sutton, Talent, OR * Mrs. Cecil Buzek, Cincinnati, OH * Mr. Charles R. Kinison, Athens, OH * Mrs. Alfred O. Williams, Richland, MI * Kay McInto. Seller Inventory # 005762

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

Published by Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota (1964)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1964. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 007795: This is the 15th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn and corners are creased. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Hungry Boys' Casserole (by Mrs. Roman Walilko, Detroit, MI) * Peanut-Buttery Puffs (by Mrs. Donald J. Schindelholz, Beloit, WI) * Corned Beef Wheels (by Mrs. Jack C. Jones, Long Beach, CA) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 15th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Beverly Hills Hilton, California. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. Kennett C. Johnson, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. C. E. Yearling, Payne, OH * Betty Swinger, Grand Rapids, MI * Karen Curtis, Winslow, IN * Mrs. Anthony Vulinec, Hudson, OH * Mrs. Edward L. Mirkin, Westbury, Long Island, NY * Mrs. Lawrence Zacker, San Diego, CA * Caren Miller, Philadelphia, PA * Elisabeth Antisdale, Oakland, CA * Mrs. Lawrence McKinin, Columbia, MO * Mrs. Mary C. Endicott, Atlanta, GA * Mrs. Paul T. Bartlett, Tulsa, OK * Mr. Umejiro Frank Kuritsubo, Oakland, CA * Mrs. W. Stuart Smith, San Antonio, TX * Mrs. Huey Hilburn, Piedmont, AL * Mrs. Louise Kidd, Artesia, NM * Mrs. Laverne Buckley, Collins, NY * Mrs. Albert G. Lewis Jr, Platte City, MO * Mrs. Alvin D. Albertus, Cedar Rapids, IA * Mrs. Jack Albanese, Great Falls, MT * John Anderson, Cooperstown, NY * Mrs. Helen Pope, Arroyo Grande, CA * Mrs. Dwight E. Maples, Wildwood, FL * Mrs. Guy H. Little, Hickory, NC * Mrs. Louis Fedrizzi, Detroit, MI * Mrs. Gerald E. Ames, Gorham, ME * Mrs. Morris Hansburg, Youngstown, OH * Mrs. V. H. Shermer, Klamath Falls, OR * Mrs. J. G. Gullett, Duluth, GA * Mrs. Ruth Hill Molloy, Fort Eustin, VA * Mrs. Perna Mai Ramsey, Oklahoma City, OK * Mrs. William Snodgrass, Hanna City, IL * Mrs. Dagmar Mallinson, Kansas, MO * Mrs. Frank McCue, Portland, OR * Mrs. John R. Stegmuller, Lahina, Maui, HI * Mrs. Lois Vouga, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Rex Pippin Sr, Dothan, AL * Mrs. Jean C. Wehler, Hyattsville, MD * Nancy Ellen Ferchak, Jessup, PA * Mrs. Mathilde T. Bass, Berlin, NH * Scherry Ann Pesante, Roswell, NM * Mrs. Marie V. Brennan, Daly City, CA * Merry Dee Melinsky, Howard Lake, MN * Judith Ann Carlson, Amery, WI * James C. Conboy, St. Johnsville, NY * Mr. Jay M. Smith, Harborcreek, PA * Mrs. R. J. Graves, Fresno, CA * Jean Nurse, Anchorage, AK * Mrs. Horace F. Godshall, Collegeville, PA * Mrs. Donna Unzelman, Chehalis, WA * Mrs. Kenneth F. Allen, Elm Creek, NE * Gloria Cassidy, Pittsburgh, PA * Mrs. Ann Dubas, Woodbury, NJ * Mrs. Arthur Grunert, Oklahoma City, OK * Carol Ann Johnson, Alta, IA * Mrs. Gerald V. Stoeckel, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. Julie Conners, Stanford, CA * Austin Andrew Marks, Camden, NJ * Mrs. M. E. Walcott, Columbus, WI * Mrs. Ernest Davenport, Newland, NC * Winona Zeigler, Pittsburgh, PA * Mrs. Ted George, Pemberville, OH * Becky Jelle, Hibbing, MN * Ardene Wiebbecke, Clutier, IA * Mrs. Leonard Manske, Franklin, WI * Mrs. Theodore Eckroth, Bloomsburg, PA * Mrs. Don J. Stevens, Overland Park, KS * Mrs. Charles R. Hulls, Columbus, OH * Cynthia Kobashigawa, Honolulu, HI * Linda Jean Henson, Monte Vista, CO * Mrs. Irma M. Joyce, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Christine Potter, Merion Station, PA * Mrs. Pete Schmunk, Bayard, NE * Mrs. Frank Newby, Huntington, WV * Mrs. Ruby Westmoreland, Lott, TX * Jane Blackwelder, Crossville, AL * Mrs. Tom Gaukel, Mukwonago, WI * Mrs. Vincent Matheis, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Melba Von Behren, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. T. Biancorosso, Montebello, CA * Mrs. Clyde Ferrell, Long Beach, CA * Roger Ivice, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Marie Case, Oconomowoc, WI * Mrs. Margaret Ziegenhorn, Chicago, IL * Mrs. William W. Lyth, Cleveland, OH * Mrs. F. Taylor Grimm, Bethesda, MD * Mrs. Otto E. Kneisel, Powhattan, KS * Mrs. Edith Racz, Denver, CO * Mary Bea Mantz, Wolf Creek, MT * Mrs. Vincent R. Costanzi, Chisholm, MN.: Vol. 15. Seller Inventory # 007795

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1956. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 010704: This is the 7th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked (except for a prior owner's note by a recipe on p. 53), brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn. Each recipe includes the name and location of the contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Ring-A-Lings (by Mrs. Henry Jorgensen, Portland, OR) * $7,500 Regency Ribbon Cake (by Mrs. Claude E. Hughes, Orange, VA) * $3,000 Pieburgers (by Karen Kay Folkmier, Battle Creek, MI) * $2,500 Apple Dimplings (by Mrs. Nicholas Suciu, Otter Lake, MI) * $2,000 Apricot Gooey Cake (by La Vonn Jost, Stringtown, OK) * $1,000 Yam-Yam Honey Buns (by Helen V. Zymalski, Miami, FL) * $1,000 Family Treat Cake (by Mrs. Morris Avery, Greybull, WY) * $1,000 My Mother's Pudding (by Martha Parkison, Encampment, WY) * $1,000 Lucky Stars (by Mrs. Louis Ganssle, Glen Ridge, NJ) * $1,000 Hawaiian Chocolate Pie (by Mrs. Don W. Edwards, Lincoln, NE) * Plus 90 More - From Pillsbury's 7th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, December, 1955. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. N. S. Barranco, Birmingham, AL * Mrs. Ruth E. Krick, Blue Island, IL * Jeanette Ziegler, Blue Earth, MN * Carolyn Miller, Hickman Mills, MO * Mrs. Albert G. Sharpe, Stockton, CA * Mrs. H. H. Baird, Atlanta, GA * Mrs. George Townsend, Spalding, ME * Mrs. Joseph M. Skura, Wilmington, DE * Mrs. Elisabeth Peterson, Great Falls, MT * Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Chico, CA * Virginia McCammon, Rankin, TX * Mrs. E. F. Roberts, Cleveland, OH * Mrs. Elmer Arndt, Kenosha, WI * Mrs. Frank P. Gross, San Antonio, TX * Mrs. F. R. Tait, Ocean Springs, MS * Lillian E. Schlueter, University City, MO * Mrs. Budd O. Jackson, South Bend, IN * Robert Koran, Mingo Junction, OH * Patricia Wilcox, Sitka, AK * Mrs. LeRoy Hedges, Hickman Mills, MO * Mrs. Joseph Manners, Atlantic City, NJ * Mrs. W. H. Conley, Sacramento, CA * Jean Herbster, Indianapolis, IN * Mrs. W. R. McDaniel, Anchorage, AK * Mrs. Ralph Whitmer, Pacific Palisades, CA * Felicia Schroetel, Portland, ME * Mrs. Arnold Anderson, Cleveland, OH * Margaret Mary Flesse, Youngstown, OH * Mr. Ray Sharp, Hopewell, VA * Mrs. Charles Lickton, La Belle, FL * Mrs. Frank J. Felder, San Francisco, CA * Mrs. Irene . Hackman, Westons Mills, NY * Mrs. Rosemary H. Sport, Roxbury, MA * Emma Jane Wood, St. Joseph, LA * Joan Lee Anderson, Erie, PA * Mrs. Russell Mallquist, Worcester, MA * Mrs. Catherine A. McCabe, Akron, OH * Mrs. Thomas G. Tyson, Greensboro, NC * Mrs. Mary Messersmith, Philadelphia, PA * Ethel T. Reyburn, Philadelphia, PA * Katharine M. Adams, Auburndale, MA * Catherine Ratcliffe, Spiceland, IN * Mrs. Frank M. Caetta, Akron, OH * Mrs. George D. Henry, Jonesboro, AR * Mrs. Doris Komperda, Milwaukee, WI * Mrs. Joe Boyden, Delta, CO * Mrs. Jean S. Hassler, Carnegie, PA * Mrs. Charles L. Saunders, Sunburst, MT * Susan Johnson, West Jordan, UT * Adele M. Ostrom, Lindstrom, MN * Ginny Ohara, Walnut Grove, CA * Mrs. Sibyl Schneller, Mill Valley, CA * Mrs. Sophie Kaas, Chicago, IL * Mrs. E. Mied, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Albert Van Buren, Willmar, MN * Mrs. Brad R. Walker, Jonesboro, AR * Mrs. Marshall O'Rourke, Chicago, IL * Carole Ballweber, Randolph, NE * Mary Frances Buck, Somerville, IN * Sheila Stover, Moore, OK * Peter Parent, Richmond, VT * Mrs. Gust, J. Polzin, Bloomer, WI * Mrs. Frank Kelso, New Castle, PA * Mrs. Ernest P. Fletcher, Winchendon, MA * Carol Ann Markford, Upper Darby, PA * Mrs. James H. Hunter, Stillwater, ME * Mrs. Richard Gaalema, Indianapolis, IN * Mrs. A. C. Biggs, Evansville, IN * Mrs. Ruth Lasky, San Bernardino, CA * Margaret Simpson, Mountain View, CA * Mrs. Evelyn Roseboom, Grand Rapids, MI * Mrs. Evan C. Lander, St. Paul, MN * Mrs. Adolph Sanders, Austin, TX * Mrs. Charles Mottola, Jersey City, NJ * Mrs. Tove Sibbern, Lackawanna, NY * Mrs. Denzil Burton, Tipton, IN * Mrs. James L. Atkinson, Mead, WA * Susan Dunne, Summit, Seller Inventory # 010704

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100 Grand National Recipes From Pillsbury's 5th: Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1954. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 005760: This is the 5th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Corners of covers are slightly creased/worn. Each recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 My Inspiration Cake (by Mrs. Bernard Kanago, Webster, SD) * $7,500 Cinnamon Nut Crisps (by Mrs. Joseph Terrill, Burlingame, KS) * $3,000 Marbapple Ginger Cake (by Joanne L. Littley, Bluff Point, NY) * $2,500 Coconut Islands (by Sister Maria Jose Cannon, Honolulu, HI) * $2,000 Blueberry Boy-Bait (by Renny Powell, Chicago, IL) * $1,000 Prune Whip Spice Cake (by Mrs. Harold Johnston, Homer City, PA) * $1,000 Southern Pecan Bars (by Mrs. Kenneth Pope, Aberdeen, SD) * $1,000 Chocolate Twin Dots (by Linda C. Martan, Niagara Falls, NY) * $1,000 Crabmeat Cobbler (by Mrs. G. Harold Kirk, Bar Harbor, ME) * $1,000 Lemon Cheese Pie (by Mrs. Lyle W. Glenn, Fresno, CA) * Plus 90 More - From Pillsbury's 5th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, December, 1953. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. C. C. Faxon, Palmyra, MO * Mrs. Roy Slingerland, Davison, MI * Mrs. Glenn Marsh, Seattle, WA * Miriam Ruth Velez, Caguas, PR * Mrs. S. F. Barbaric, Clarksburg, WV * Geneva J. McCollum, Washington, DC * Mrs. Shirley Poyer, Ithaca, NY * Mrs. Arthur A. George, Stroudsburg, PA * Mrs. Guy B. Best, Dearborn, MO * Mrs. Frank L. Pantuso, San Antonio, TX * Mrs. R. L. Thibodeau, Hastings, NE * Mrs. Warren C. Meeker, Rochester, NY * Mrs. A. P. Tillery, Pahokee, FL * Mrs. Milo D. Lucas, Enid, OK * George R. Palen, Schenectady, NY * Mary Ruddick, Washington, DC * Anna D. Ellmer, Hillsdale, NY * Mrs. Regina R. Jones, Panama City, FL * Mrs. W. A. Gale, Whittier, CA * Miss Marie Shahan, Weston, WV * Mrs. Leona Kroupa, Cedar, MI * Mrs. Edward F. Nash, Brockton, MA * Miss Mickie Calhoun, Denton, TX * Edward I. Kawahara, Merced, CA * Miss Vaun E. Dole, Portland, ME * Mrs. Robert O'Connell, Hartford City, IN * Mrs. W. P. Lanier, Atlanta, GA * Mrs. LeRoy O. Lee, Chillicothe, OH * Mrs. Kathryn H. Chesworth, Colton, CA * Mamie Leah Young, Washington, DC * Mrs. Lake Munday, Nashua, NH * Mrs. Warren L. Jacques, Dayton, OH * Mrs. Guy E. Eckenrode, Baltimore, MD * Mrs. Joseph A. Tartre, Walnut Creek, CA * Mrs. Cecil Ginanni, Carlsbad, NM * Mrs. Harold R. Shippey, Westport, CT * Mrs. Clyde Brehorst, Lodi, WI * Mrs. Charles S. Coile, Winterville, GA * Mrs. W. J. Bellerose, West Roxbury, MA * Mrs. W. S. Hooper, Minneapolis, MN * Miss Joan C. Bechert, South Miami, FL * Audrey Sassetti, Oak Park, IL * Mrs. Milton Wruble, Kalamazoo, MI * Mrs. John Vuolle, Calumet, MI * Mrs. B. J. Feeney, Los Angeles, CA * Mrs. Harold B. Shepard, Independence, MO * Mrs. Fred N. Kerwin, Grand Rapids, MI * Phil Hooper, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. Antoinette Jordan, Providence, RI * Sra. Amparo Feliciano, Ceiba, PR * Mrs. Herbert Larson, Tamarack, MN * Mrs. John J. Dutton, Algona, IA * Ruth Lietz, Brownton, MN * Genevieve Geroge, Pemberville, OH * Shirley Koller, Somerset, CA * Mrs. Dorothy M. Proctor, Seymour, IN * Mrs. Philip Neef, Homedale, ID * Mrs. Albert Krauthamer, Indianapolis, IN * Mrs. Rex H. Berry, Tipton, IA * Miss Virginia Maxwell, Gazelle, CA * Lelia C. Houser, Knoxville, TN * Ms. Paul H. Weller, Los Angeles, CA * Marlyce Ann Snay, Haven, KS * Mrs. George H. Gitz Jr., Corning, IA * Jamie Marie Chisam, Oak Park, IL * Elizabeth Provencher, Ferrisburg, VT * Mrs. J. C. H. Ballentine, Columbia, SC * Mrs. James D. Buckelew, Baltimore, MD * Mrs. August Charles Theroff, Kansas City, KS * Lilian Rogers Kuhnen, Glencoe, IL * Mrs. Katie L. Frost, New London, CT * Mrs. Joseph Beikirch, St. Petersburg, FL * Mrs. John Bukovics, Toledo, OH * Mrs. Pressley Walker, Jacksonville, FL * Mrs. Wilmer S. Hall, Pascogoula, MS * Mrs. Hugh Estell, Jackson, MS * Mrs. Winthrop Ware, Anchorage, AK * Gretchen Hanlon, Quincy, MA * Mrs. Raymond H. Adkins, Dover, O. Seller Inventory # 005760

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1966. Soft Cover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. 007815: This is the 17th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Golden Gate Snack Bread (by Mrs. John Petrelli, Las Vegas, NV) * Ice Cream Muffins (by Mrs. Albert F. Hishaw, Orangevale, CA) * Corned Beef Rye Twist (by Mrs. Ruth Weigand, Alva, OK) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 17th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. W. J. Holahan, Chicago, IL * Mrs. L. C. Carper, St. Albans, WV * Mrs. Josephine DeMarco, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Joe McCroviz, Gary, IN * Mrs. Anna Rosenberg, Montgomery, NY * Elspeth McPherson, Oak Harbor, WA * Mrs. Larry Trogen, Yakima, WA * Miss Gladys D. Ellis, Jacksonville, FL * Paul David Bartlett, Tulsa, OK * Mrs. Joseph C. Moore, Hoopeston, IL * Susan C. McKenzie, McLean, VA * Mrs. Rose Leion, Miami Beach, FL * Mrs. Dorothy S. French, Millford, DE * John Forrest Edwards, Anchorage, AK * Mrs. Howard F. Snay, Haven, KS * Miss Irene Karpinski, San Diego, CA * Laurie Ann Mirkin, Westbury, NY * Mrs. Doris Ekstrom, Clinton, MT * Dr. Gail S. Erbeck, Mason, OH * Mrs. Ruth E. Conway, Mariposa, CA * Travis Holcomb, Farmington, NM * Mrs. Peter S. Harlib, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Robert L. Henry, Madison, WI * Kathy Hargis, Pasadena, TX * Sandra Volz, Pavonia, OH * Mrs. Robert F. Kent, Sunbury, PA * Mrs. Alvina Houdek, Lake Wales, FL * Mr. W. E. Bredy, Homedale, ID * Mrs. Shirley F. Deckelman, Old Saybrook, CT * Mrs. John Pessenda, Chisholm, MN * Gail Simunec, East Detroit, MI * Mrs. Marie E. Burke, San Bernardino, CA * Miss Marie Krutka, Pueblo, CO * Mrs. Eddie J. Keller, National City, CA * Mrs. Claudine Potts, Sylva, NC * Mrs. Kathryn G. Fitch, Jacksonville, FL * Miss Barbara Nestingen, La Crosse, WI * Mrs. John Tallichet, Belle, WV * Mrs. Christine Potter, Merlon Station, PA * Mrs. C. J. Helrich, Houston, TX * Mrs. Marvin Ardel Miller, Coos Bay, OR * Mrs. John James Jr, New Philadelphia, OH * Mrs. Sam Aspis, Kansas City, MO * Mrs. Winifred R. Hill, Madison, NJ * Mrs. Lorraine Hiddleson, Albany, OR * Scott Holcomb, Farmington, NM * Mrs. Earl Wyman, Pembina, ND * Mrs. David Blair Morse, Lake Worth, FL * Mrs. W. R. McDaniel, Anchorage, AK * Mrs. Frank R. Willis, South Holland, IL * Juliana Kay Horn, Elmhurst, IL * Mrs. Sigmund Cywr, Point Pleasant, NJ * Mrs. H. R. Jernigan, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. J. L. Fisette, San Antonio, TX * Mrs. Odile L. McCarthy, Alexandria, VA * Mrs. Pauline Frazee, Portland, OR * Mrs. Jennie Wren Weeks, Olympia, WA * Mrs. Hannah Huddle, Harrington, WA * Miss Hazel Spence, St. Petersburg, FL * Lee Ann Reiners, Glenshaw, PA * Mrs. Blaine F. Jaeger, West Chester, PA * Mrs. Marilyn Belschner, Amherst, NE * Andrea Stock, Martins Ferry, OH * Mrs. Gerald Prochnow, Milwaukee, WI * Mrs. G. P. Longmire, Austin, TX * Eunice French, Peterson, IA * Kathleen D. Mitsak, Youngstown, OH * Mrs. Rachel Hedrick, New Smyrna Beach, FL * Miss Diane Spangenberg, Denver, CO * Carolyn Kristol, Washington, DC * Mrs. M. K. Kaihani, Scarsdale, NY * Kathleen Lunsford, Bolivar, OH * Mrs. Alfred E. Roske, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. Jessie I. Strauss, Collinsville, AL * Mrs. James Vinyard, Boonville, IN * Mrs. Frank T. Ostenberg, Alexandria, VA * Mrs. Yvonne M. Meador, Oakland, CA * Mrs. Elizabeth Bjorklund, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Phyllis Boulifard, Philadelphia, PA * Mrs. Phyllis Lidert, West Covina, CA * Mrs. John E. Van Horn, Nitro, WV * Mrs. Mandel L. Desnick, St. Louis Park, MN * Joeline Malenke, Austin, MN * Mrs. Tracey Grace Bahill, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. L. D. Zieammermann, Kansas City, KS * Mrs. John Patterson, De Land, FL * Mrs. F. Williams Rimbach, Largo, FL * Mrs. Norris N. Ring, Mosinee, WI * Stephen R. Manning, Brattleboro, VT * Mrs. Charles E. Cole Jr, Reseda, CA * Miss Mabel Simmons, Chattanooga, TN * Mrs. John F. Park Jr, Tacoma, WA * Mrs. Virginia N. Rhoades, Charlotte, NC * Mrs. H. Seller Inventory # 007815

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About this Item: 232pp folio, a few library marks but a good copy in original cloth, London: Published for the Architect and Building News, 1956. 96 scale drawings and over 100 photographs, including some in colour, of current buildings by contemporary architects in various parts of the world. Seller Inventory # 18352

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William Mill Butler

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from The Semi-Centennial Souvenir: An Account of the Great Celebration, June 9th and 10th, 1884, Together With a Chronological History of Rochester, N. Y The aim of the editors of this little work is not only to present, in convenient chronological form, a history of Rochester from the earliest times to the present day, but to perpetuate a full and faithful account of the semi-centennial celebration, the details of which are necessarily excluded from the elaborate new histories of the city. It may not be amiss to state here that the subject of a proper observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the Flower City s birth was first suggested by D.M. Dewey to Edward Angevine, a veteran journalist on the Post-Express staff, and Mr. Angevine accordingly began the agitation in the columns of the paper on the 18th day of June, 1883, his article containing, besides a large amount of historical matter pertinent to the occasion, the following suggestions: There is no good reason, it seems to the Post-Express, why this semi-centennial birthday of the Flower City should not be appropriately celebrated by her sons and daughters. It is now none too early to begin to make arrangements, for there is much to be done in the way of preparation for the event. Nothing should be done half-heartedly; no effort should be spared to make the occasion the grandest yet observed in the beautiful city, which has so rapidly and solidly grown up around the Falls of the Genesee. The City of Rochester celebrated the municipal incorporation of the youthful town with the firing of cannon and the ringing of the City Hall bell afterwards for many years hanging in the cupola of the Court House, and the people made merry over the birth of the city. And now that Rochester has lived for half a century let there be another celebration, when the old bell shall again ring out; again let cannon voice the people s joy and thanks; let there be speech-making and processions, and fire-works; let us eat, drink and be merry, for Rochester has now become one of the most important provincial cities of our land. Let the citizens of 1884 living with us now - there are very few of them to be sure - be given the prominent places in the celebration, if they be spared until that time, and let them be honored, for they have been the witnesses of the growth of Rochester from a city of twelve thousand inhabitants to the fourth municipality of the Empire State. Everyone should join in this movement; the aged citizen who helped to clear the fields where now stand stately edifices and where are located broad streets; the child, who may live to witness Rochester s centennial celebration; the business man and the capitalist, the banker and the laborer, all should join iii the effort to make next year memorable in the history of Rochester. Hon. Cornelius R. Parsons and the Aldermen who compose the Common Council should at once take the initiative in this matter. Let them invite aid and counsel, resting assured that they have the approval of all the people. The Post-Express of the same day contained an editorial advocating the proper celebration of the anniversary and urging that a meeting of the citizens be called without delay and the preliminary steps taken. The idea of a semi-centennial celebration must have occurred to several minds at about the same time, for on June 10th, the next (special) meeting of the Common Council, the President, M. Barron, in the chair, the following communication from the Mayor (dated June 16th) was presented: Gentlemen: On the 28th day of April, 1834, the legislature of this state passed an act incorporating the city of Rochester, and the same provided that on the first Monday of June following, certain city officers should he elected. The board of trustees of the village, at a meeting convened on the. Seller Inventory # LIE9781332194674

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby¿s ¿ London, Sale title ¿ Old Master & British Drawings, Date ¿ 4th July 2012, No. of lots - 203, No. of pages ¿ 180 , Illustrated in colour and black & white    , INDEX Agricola Christoph Ludwig Amalteo Pomponio Amman Jost Angelis Pietro de Arpino Cavalier d Baglione Giovanni Beijeren Abraham Berchem Nicolaes Pietersz Beresteyn Claes van Bibiena Francesco Galli Bisschop Jan de Blarenberghe Louis Nicolas van Bleuler Johann Heinrich Bloemaert Abraham Bloemen Pieter van Bol Ferdinand Bol Hans Bonington Richard Parkes Borssum Anthonie van Boucher Francois Boucher Francois Boys Thomas Shotter Bramer Leonard Callow William Calvaert Denys Cambiaso Luca Campi Antonio Canaletto Castiglione Giovanni Benedetto Cecco Bravo Conca Sebastiano Cotman John Sell Crespi Daniele Cruyl Lieven Danloux Henri Pierre Desrais Claude Louis Deveria Laure De Wint Peter Ducros Abraham Louis Rodolphe Dujardin Karel Dumonstier Daniel Dumonstier Pierre Dusart Cornelis Dutch School Dutch School Farinati Paolo Flemish School Flemish School circa Fontana Prospero Franceschini Marcantonio French School French School Furnerius Abraham Fuseli Johann Heinrich Gainsborough Thomas German School German School circa German School Ghirlandaio Ridolfo del Goll van Franckenstein Johan Edler Goyen Jan Josefsz van Greuze Jean Baptiste Grimaldi Giovanni Franceso Guardi Francesco Guardi Giacomo Guercino Heem JanDavidsz de Heer Gerrit Adriaensz de Hendricksz Dirk Herrera Francisco the Younger Hoare Mary Hoare William Hoeck Pieter van Hogenberg Nikolaus Hoin Claude Jean Baptiste Huet Jean Baptiste Huet the Younger Nicolas Huysum Jan van Italian School Kaisermann Franz Kessel Jan van Landseer Sir Edwin Henry Langendijk Dirk Laporte John La Tour Maurice Quentin de Lavreince Nicolas Lear Edward Lewis John Frederick Linnell John Looten Jan Lusieri Giovanni Battista Lepicie Nicolas Bernard Leveque Henri Mallet Jean Baptiste Marrel Jacob Martin John Moucheron Isaac de Naldini Giovanni Battista Natoire Charles Joseph Neefs the Younger Pieter Oppenort Gilles Marie Ostade Adriaen Jansz van Oudry Jean Baptiste Panini Francesco Parmigianino Poel Egbert Lievensz van der Poussin Nicolas Prud hon Pierre Paul Pynas Jan Symonsz Read Katherine Rembrandt Ricci Marco Roberts David Robins Thomas Romano Giulio Romney George Rowlandson Thomas Rubens Peter Paul Ruisdael Jacob Isaacksz van Russell John Saftleven Herman Schellinks Willem Schouman Aert Schouman Aert Schouten Hermanus Petrus Seddon Thomas Swanevelt Herman van Teniers II David Thopas Johan Tiepolo Giovanni Battista Tiepolo Giovanni Domenico Toorenvliet Abraham Turner Joseph Mallord William Ulft Jacob van der Urbino Carlo Valckenborch Frederick van Veen Rochus van Velde Willem van de Velde the Younger Willem van de Velde Esaias van de Venetian School Vinkeles Reinier Vlieger SimonJacobsz de Vois Arie de Waterloo Anthonie Watteau Jean Antoine Wille Johann Georg William Hoare Wouwerman Philips Wtewael Joachim Anthonisz In recognition of the high standards of business administration and our compliance withall required customs protocols and procedures Sotheby s UK has been awarded the European UnionAuthorised Economic Operator status by Her Majesty s Revenue and Customs Sotheby s UK is committed to improving its sustainability conserving resources and reducing the environmental impact of its various operations A copy of Sotheby s Environmental Policy is available on request Main Enquiries Paper from responsible sources FSCW C The paper used in this catalogue was manufactured at a mill that has been awarded the IS and the Eco ManagementAudit Scheme certificates for environmental management Photography Jamie Govier Catalogue Designer Viviane Li Colour Editor Andy Bishop Production Controller Neil Pond Repro Print Weight: 755g. Seller Inventory # 22948

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1957. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 010705: This is the 8th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered (except for light rubbing at cover edges). Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 California Casserole (by Mrs. Hildreth H. Hatheway, Santa Barbara, CA) * Chicken a la Cheese Pie (by Lorna J. Baldner, Dallas Center, IA) * Starlight Sugar Crisps (by Vivian Ross, Roscommon, MI) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 8th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, December, 1956. Additional recipes are by: Mrs. James Watson, New York, NY * Fay Patterson, Leeds, ND * Mrs. A. F. Pulliam, Sullivan, MO * Mrs. Jakob Schor, San Luis Obispo, CA * Miss Joanne Talley, Westminster, MD * fMrs. Luther F. Anders, Roanoke, VA * Linda Lee Bauman, Whitehouse, OH * Irene Korrell, Frederick, MD * Mrs. A. C. Hornbaker, Neosho, MO * Mrs. H. E. Thompson, Kress, TX * Mrs. Arthur L. Eads, Meade, KS * Mrs. Grace England, Winlock, WA * Mrs. Genevieve E. Canfield, Newington, CT *Mrs. Ernest Huscher, Concordia, KS * Mrs. Joseph Blodgett, Kenosha, WI * Jill Kully Berkeley, CA * Karen Collins, Indianapolis, IN * Mrs. Arnold C. Johnson, Lansing, MI * Mrs. Charles J. Suckle, San Marcos, TX * Miss Helen Ross, Columbus, OH * Mrs. Letty D. Johnson, LaGrange, IL * Mrs. Blanche Robb, Brunswick, OH * Mrs. Helen J. Kliesrath, Huntington, Long Island, NY * Clifford T. Pacenta Jr, Hawthorne, NY * Mrs. Kate M. Lohmann, Olean, NY * Mrs. Malcolm Hankins, Vienna, VA * Paul Coon, Milwaukie, OR * Mrs. Gloria A. Roden, Baldwinsville, NY * Mrs. Barbara L. Welch, Tracy, CA * Mrs. August A. Linse Jr, Eau Claire, WI * Mrs. James H. White, Cumberland, MD * Mrs. Edward Pogacnik, Lorain, OH * Mrs. Stella M. Kvetcovsky, Newport, NH * Mrs. Marjorie M. Callison, Janesville, WI * Mrs. Herbert Sasedow, Delhi, NY * Mrs. Pazzino de 'Pazzi, Hampton Bays, Long Island, NY * Mrs. Sylvia Kosmatka, Milwaukee, WI * Mrs. Harry R. McGahan, Tacoma, WA * Lucille Bonvouloir, Shoreham, VA * Mrs. Raymond E. Myers, Milan, IL * Mrs. Peggy Anne Laut, Jamaica, Long Island, NY * Mary Alice Tuttle, Fresno, CA * Duane Heyman, Berkey, OH * Mrs. Thomas Maguire, Little Silver, NJ * Mrs. Johnnie H. Williamson, Collins, MS * Mrs. Philip Carlson, St. Helens, OR * Mrs. George Grim, Olympia, WA * Mrs. William L. Lowell, East Cleveland, OH * Mrs. Edward B. Cogswell Jr, Lubbock, TX * Mrs. John H. Dekle Jr, Richmond, VA * Mrs. Marilyn Dunker, Redfield, SD * Mrs. Henry Donkers, Portland, OR * Mrs. Ida E. Beck, Houghton, MI * Mrs. Robert P. Monfore, Dante, SD * Mrs. Robert O. Boyd, St. Paul, MN * Mrs. Albert Hurwitz, South Miami, FL * Mrs. W. R. Fridley, Brentwood, MO * Dianne Illingworth, Portland, OR * Mrs. H. A. Wilson, Houston, TX * Mrs. W. I. Dedman, Houston, TX * Mrs. C. W. Myers, Fort Collins, CO * Mrs. Wendell White, Mitchell, SD * Mrs. Rudolph H. Nelson, Lockhart, FL * Mrs. Henri L. J. deSibour Jr, Royal Oak, MI * Mrs. Maria Kunster, Old Westbury, Long Island, NY * Mrs. Tamar King, Swayzee, IN * Mrs. O. H. Beers, Springfield, OR * Mrs. Ruth Sullivan, Chicago, IL* Naomi J. Collins, Bryan, OH * Mrs. Melvin Tarum, McPherson, KS * Mrs. DeLamar Turner, Savannah, GA * Mrs. Ralph M. Cook, South Charleston, WV * Mrs. George M. Hagey, Seattle, WA * Mrs. Herman Neitzel, Mankato, MN * Miss Wetona L. Crawford, Pleasant Hill, CA * Barbara Campbell, Dayton, VA * Mrs. Albert Elstermeier, Rockville, NE * Mrs. Joe E. McGinty, Austin, TX * Ms. Benjamin A. Votava, Omaha, NE * Mrs. F. Peter Ford, Orono, ME * Mrs. Fern Wesemeyer, Parma Heights, OH * Gary Woller, Hamburg, WI * Mrs. Raymond Kilduff, Harrisburg, PA * Mrs. Herb Rhodes, Anchorage, AK * Miss Margery Little, Chico, CA * Natalie R. Riggin, Olympia, WA * Mrs. Murray Sutton, Talent, OR * Mrs. Cecil Buzek, Cincinnati, OH * Mr. Charles R. Kinison, Athens, OH * Mrs. Alfred O. Williams, Richland, MI * Ka. Seller Inventory # 010705

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Choyce, Leslie

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About this Item: Goose Lane, Fredericton, 2001. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. Alex Colville (cover) (illustrator). First Edition. SUBTITLED : ` Stories from the Maritimes and Newfoundland. ' Twenty Maritime writers, including the editor contribute to these 232 pages. Back has short bios and acknowledgements to previous publishers. Meet Herb Curtis, Lynn Coady, Donna Morrissey, Budge Wilson, John Steffler, Helen Porter, Wayne Curtis and Bernice Morgan -among others. Some samples of the pieces are : ` The Train Family', `The Boot', `The Party', `Grieving Nan', and `Act of God'. All the stories have a downhome feel and are rooted in a respect of a long history of East Coast people and events. UNillustrated. Cond : Paper wrapper is grey to white with black lettering. The Colville painting on the cover shows two people at the beach. Corners, EDGES, and spine are all sharp. No names, marks, creases, tears, folds, nor bumps. Tight, clean and bright. Collectible copy !! Quote (p. 177) (Dance the Rocks ._._.) : " His breathing was so slow and steady , just like that of a child. I needed to talk, and I guess it didn't matter much if he was awake or not. I'd been feeling guilty for some time about the whole fishing business. Like it was my fault or something that the cod had all gone away. Jim, I said to my sleeping husband, when you said it was all through with the ._._._. .". Seller Inventory # 005757

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