San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1940. Softcover. Complete six booklet set: the Book Club's 1940 keepsake series. Octavo, unpaginated. In wraps. From private collection. No marks or ownership ink. many leaves remained unopened. Four booklets include letter from Club secretary Oscar Lewis.
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Indian Education Center, School of Education, University of South Dakota, 1980. Softcover. Booklet lists Indian doctoral and masters graduates; various programs associated with Indian education; state-supported teaching positions; past coordinators of the Indian Education Center; School of Education faculty members. Octavo, 38 pp. Stapled wraps. Underlining, check marks, and circled words throughout.
New York: Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., 1955. Softcover. Booklet covers Presbyterian missions to Native Americans (excluding Alaska). Illustrated with black & white photographs and map. Octavo, 30 pages. Stapled wraps. Name printed inside booklet. A few pages show light underlining.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1950. Hardcover. Quarto. Custom-bound collection of Congressional documents related to the Canadian River Reclamation Project in Texas. Total page count is approximately 17 pages. (N.B. The remainder of the book consists of bound blank pages--approx. 200 total). In red buckram binding. Stamped Library of Congress duplicate.
Columbia, Missouri. University of Missouri Press, 1973. Hardcover. Tall octavo, 656 pp. Blue cloth. From the personal library of Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and historian David Herbert Donald. Donald's name printed on ffep. Light edgewear to dust jacket. Scholarly works focuses on the policies and events that led to the annexation...
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1960. Hardcover. One of a limited edition of 450 copies. Tall octavo, [xii] + 121 pp. Cloth. From the personal library of Pulitzer Prize-winning Lincoln biographer and historian David Herbert Donald. Donald's underlining and marginalia in pencil throughout. Foxing and discoloration to edges of boards.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana State University Press, 1953. Hardcover. Octavo, xi + 300 pp. Red cloth. Provenance: from the personal library of Pulitzer Prize-winning Lincoln biographer and historian David Herbert Donald. Name printed in pencil on ffep. Dust jacket shows rubbing and some edgewear, and foxing to flaps.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1954. Hardcover. Octavo, 174 pp. Red cloth. From the personal library of Pulitzer Prize-winning Lincoln biographer and historian David Herbert Donald. Donald's name stamped on ffep. Pages remain clean and unmarked; binding, tight. Dust jacket is faded along spine.
Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Hardcover. Custom bound collection of late 19th century articles illustrated by Frederick Remington in Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Selections include: "Texan, Types and Contrasts," "Antoine's Moose-Yard," Horses of the Plains," "On the Indian Reservations," "Artist Wandering Among the Cheyennes," and "A Scout with The Buffalo-Soldiers." Octavo...