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21 AMERICAN TYPE DESIGNATIONS
AMERICAN TYPE DESIGNATIONS. Southport, Gt.Brit., no date (WWII). 16p, wps, illustrated, vg. 3rd ed. System of naming and numbering US Aircraft. 
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22 AMERICANA, PRINTED AND IN MANUSCRIPT
1948 AMERICANA, PRINTED AND IN MANUSCRIPT. Biloxi, Mississippi: Charles F. Heartman, (1948). 223p., paper wrappers, illus., very good, catalogue 120. A priced catalogue of 2282 books, pamphlets, etc. of Americana, with much on African-Americans and slavery. 
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23 ANNUAL OF THE MERCHANT TAILORS' NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE Volume XIII
1898 ANNUAL OF THE MERCHANT TAILORS' NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Volume XIII. Chicago: Rogers & Smith Co., 1898. 83p, paper wrappers, illus., outer hinges splitting, paper browning, g. Proceedings of the organization's 13th annual convention in Richmond, Va., with list of officers, committee members, delegates, reports, rules, etc. 
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24 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
1903 (AVIATION-WRIGHT BROTHERS) ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, ... 1902. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903. 687p, cloth, illus., light edge wear, inner hinge cracks (tightened), g. Xlibrary. Consists of various reports of committees and a selection of articles of interest to the public. Includes "Some Aeronautical Experiments" by Wilbur Wright, 16p article with 4p of illustrations. Also includes 11p article on Aeronautical Progress by Maj. Baden-Powell. 
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25 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
1915 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, Showing the Operations, Expenditures, and Condition of the institution for the Year Ending June 30, 1914. Washington: GPO, 1915. 729p, cloth, illus., slight wear to edges, vg. See Brockett, p. 1474. This volume contains the beginnings of the Smithsonian-Orville Wright controversy. On p. 9 Smithsonian Secretary Charles D. Walcott wrote "The tests thus far made have shown that the late Secretary Langley had succeeded in building the first aeroplane capable of sustained free flight with a man." (See Crouch, "The Bishop's Boys," p. 485 for a full recital of the facts). This volume also contains "The First Man-Carrying Aeroplane.." by A.F. Zahm (p.217-222) and Orville Wright's "Stability of Aeroplanes," (P. 209-216). 
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26 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OF SWAN POINT CEMETERY MADE TO THE
1917 (RHODE ISLAND) ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OF SWAN POINT CEMETERY MADE TO THE PROPRIETORS, February 6, 1917, Together with the Charter, By-Laws, Rules, Regulations, etc. Providence, RI: Standard Printing Co., 1917. 39p, printed paper wrappers, illus., vg. Report covers 1916. Statistics, treasurer's report, list of officers, etc. From pictures, looks like a restful spot. 
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27 ARCHITECTURAL REVUE OF THE MISSISSIPPI BASIN, A Quarterly
1930 (CUYAHOGA CO) ARCHITECTURAL REVUE OF THE MISSISSIPPI BASIN, A Quarterly. Volume 1, No. 1. Summer Issue, 1930. Columbus, 1930. 76p, 12"x9 1/8", pictorial wraps, illustrated, cover edges torn, wraps good, contents vg. lst issue, devoted to "Some of the Recent Work of Walker & Weeks, Architects, Cleveland." The most prominent Cleveland firm in the 1920's their work included many banks, bridges, libraries including Cleveland Public, Severance Hall, churches, Cleveland Stadium. Illustrations of all of the above and also of the firm's offices at 2341 Carnegie. Many ads-mainly construction firms and suppliers. 
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28 ASHLEY CENTENNIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAM, 1855-1955
1955 (DELAWARE CO) ASHLEY CENTENNIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAM, 1855-1955. Ashley, OH: (Ashley Centennial Committee, 1955). 40p, 11" X 8 1/2", pictorial paper wrappers, illus., covers lightly worn and faded, name on front cover, vg. Historical articles and photographs, schedule of events, committee members, etc. Contains ads. 
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29 AUTOGRAPH ALBUM
1881 AUTOGRAPH ALBUM. No place: No publisher, no date. 56 leaves, cloth, covers soiled with wear to edges, loosened, good. An autograph book kept by Elnora or Leora Allyn of Akron, Ohio, dated 1877-1885, with signatures, sentiments, poems, etc. Akron High School is mentioned. 
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30 AUTOGRAPHS
AUTOGRAPHS. No place: no publisher, no date. 21 leaves, boards, covers worn and soiled, detached, text worn, soiled, fair. An autograph book kept by Mamie E. Whaley, of Hudson, Ohio, dated 1890-1895, with signatures, sentiments, poems, etc. 
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31 AUTOGRAPHS
1879 AUTOGRAPHS. Autograph book. 62 leaves, 3 1/2" X 5", cloth, all edges gilt, cover edges very lightly worn, vg. First leaf has name "Alice S. Church, Bristol, R.I. 4-7-1879." Only a few leaves have autographs, dated in 1879 and 1880, in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. 
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32 BACH FOR MORE, FIRESIDE CLASSICS
1974 BACH FOR MORE, FIRESIDE CLASSICS. Cleveland: Junior Committee, Severance Hall, 1974. 156p, spiral bound illustrated wraps, vg. Second of a series of cookbooks published for the benefit of the Cleveland Orchestra. 
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33 BACKWARD GLANCES AT CARLISLE
BACKWARD GLANCES AT CARLISLE. (Carlisle, OH): Carlisle Biographical and Historical Society, no date (c1985). 38p., 11" X 8 1/2", wrappers, plastic spine, illus., (incl. map), covers worn and soiled, good. A collection of photographs, newspaper articles, etc., with captions, relating to the history of Carlisle in Lorain County, Ohio. Printed on rectos only. 
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34 BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS REPORTED IN NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED AT
2001 BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS REPORTED IN NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED AT BEREA, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OHIO, November 1868-January 1879. Strongsville, OH: Southwest Cuyahoga Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society, 2001. 298p., 11" x 8 1/2", cloth, fine. Records of births, marriages, and deaths of local residents only, reported in local newspapers. Contains a name index. 
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35 BOOK OF PRIVILEGES AND GUIDE
1901 BOOK OF PRIVILEGES AND GUIDE. Buffalo, NY: Visitors Information Co., (1901). 209p., wrappers, illus (incl. 2 folded maps), covers lightly worn and soiled, minor tears to one of the folded maps, good. On front cover: "Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Lake Chautauqua." A comprehensive guide, with calendar of events and an index. Contains ads. 
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36 BOOKBINDING MAGAZINE. 1930
1930 BOOKBINDING MAGAZINE. 1930. NY: Bookbinding Magazine, 1930. Vol. II, No. 1 - No.6, Jan. - June, 1930; Vol. 12, No. 1-6, July - Dec., 1930. Various pages, 11" x 8", cloth with leather spine, illustrated, covers worn, text lightly soiled, colored, good. Sub-title: "A Magazine of Business Building Ideas for the Bindery." Articles on all aspects of bookbinding . Contains ads and each issue contains an index to advertisers. 
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37 BRIDGING OPERATIONS. ITALY. Constructed by Company B, 16th Arm'd
1944 (WWII) BRIDGING OPERATIONS. ITALY. Constructed by Company B, 16th Arm'd Engr. Bn. September 9, 1943- December 6, 1943. No place: 661 Engr. Co. TOP, 1944. 10 leaves, 10" X 8", selfwrappers, illus., soiled, folded, good. Not in Controvich. 13 bridges constructed by this unit in Italy during WWII are pictured and described. Keegan in "The Second World War" (p367) says "The engineers were the consistent heroes of the campaign in Italy in 1943-44; It was they who rebuilt under fire the blown bridges the Allied Armies encountered at five or ten mile intervals in the course of their advance up the peninsula,..." 
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38 BROADWAY MAGAZINE
BROADWAY MAGAZINE. New York: Broadway Magazine Co., 1902-1904. Vol. 20, No. 1-6, Oct.-Dec. 1902, Jan.-Mar. 1903; Vol. 11 No. 1, 3, 5, Jan., Mar., June, 1903; Vol. 12, No. 4, Jan. 1904; Vol. 12, No. 1, Apr. 1904. Various pages. boards, leather spine and corners, illus (some colored), covers worn, outer hinges cracked, portion of top of spine missing, good. Original covers bound in at end. Articles on "show business"-plays, actors and actresses, with photos of the risque or near nudity type, or, as Mott says, "naughty picture mags." See Mott, "History of American Magazines," vol. 4, p. 46-47. 
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39 BROWN BOOK FOR BROWN OWLS
1930 BROWN BOOK FOR BROWN OWLS. New York, NY: Girl Scouts, Inc., 1930. 91p, decorated softcover, light cover wear, g-vg. 5th edition. A handbook for Brownies/ Leaders, the youngest Girl Scouts. 
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40 BRUNSWICK RECORD CATALOG
1921 BRUNSWICK RECORD CATALOG. New York: The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., 1921. 96p., wrappers, illus, covers lightly soiled, good. A catalog of all selections released up to and including January 1922. With biographies of some of the performers. 
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