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Image for Closing Exercises of Eton High School, May 5, 1922 Second Night

Closing Exercises of Eton High School, May 5, 1922 Second Night

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: 1922

Seller ID: 9464

Condition: Near Fine


Single sheet program with light age toning otherwise near fine. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; Program for the Second Night of Graduation Exercises at Eton High School in Eton Georgia, Murray County, near Chatsworth. The program was a play, "Borrowed Money." All cast members and probably all class members are listed. View more info

Image for Closing Exercises of Eton High School, May 5, 1922 Second Night

Closing Exercises of Eton High School, May 5, 1922 Second Night

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: 1922

Seller ID: 9465

Condition: Near Fine


Single sheet program with light age toning otherwise near fine. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; Program for the Second Night of Graduation Exercises at Eton High School in Eton Georgia, Murray County, near Chatsworth. The program was a play, "Borrowed Money." All cast members and probably all class members are listed. View more info

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Final Banquet of the Senior Class Atlanta Law School

By: N/A

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Atlanta, Atlanta Law School: 1912

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 10035

Condition: Very Good


Stiff cardboard covers and pages with black lettering, pages turn vertically rather than horizontally. Bound with original red cord. Only light wear on edges and corners but some toning on wraps and less on interior pages. Notation in ink at top left corner, and horizontal mark to the left of the word "School" -- see scan. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 8 pages; This copy is signed by most of the graduates on the final page. Atlanta Law School was a private law sch... View more info

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Letter from Crane, Boyleston, & Co. , Atlanta, Georgia

By: Boyleston, Henry

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Atlanta, 1880

Seller ID: 11190

Condition: Very Good


Single sheet letter is somewhat aged tone and has the ghost of this letter between the lines , because of foldingI think. Otherwise the letter is in excellent condition. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 1 pages; Crane, Boyleson, & Co.' s letterhead uses the address "Pryor St. , Opposite the Kimball House." The Kimball House was a well-known hotel in Atlanta. The letter seems to concern some deal with a third party, though I have not been patient enough to read... View more info

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Letter, J. W. Burke & Co.

By: Burke, J. W.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Macon, 1890

Seller ID: 9301


Letter with even toning, original fold lines and one small pin hole on a crease. EX to NF condition. ; Letters; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 1 pages; Letter from and signed by (with brief postscript) J. W. Burke of J. W. Burke Publishing Co. In Macon, Georgia. Burke published many well-known Georgia and regional books, most famously Eneas Africanus by Harry Stillwell Edwards. Rare piece of Georgia publishing history. View more info

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Autograph of William De Brahm

By: De Brahm, John William Gerard

Price: $250.00

Publisher: (georgia), Self: 1760

Seller ID: 12143

Condition: Very Good


1 x 7 cut slip laid down to larger sheet, Some acidification from adhesive but entire page has now been deacidified. Except for adhesive stain, signature is near fine. ; 7" Long; 1 pages; The slip is dated 1760. This is in the time period when de Brahm was involved in the construction of Fort Loudon on the Little Tennessee River. De Brahm, a cartographer, was an important figure in British relations with the Cherokee Indians in Tennessee and in the development of British... View more info

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Only A Comp?

By: Lawson, Alexander

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Athens, The Press of the Nightowl: 1989

Edition: Special; First Printing

Seller ID: 9411

Condition: As New


One of 90 copies printed on Mohawk Letterpress paper bound with thread. In pristine condition. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 3 pages; This pamphlet was printed as a keepsake for the 1989 Typocrafters meeting at Louisville, Kentucky by Dwight Agner. The text is a two-page excerpt from The Compositor as Artist, Craftsman, and Tradesman, published in 1990 by the Press of the Nightowl in Athens GA. View more info