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211.  [SARATOGA SPRINGS.] Souvenir of Saratoga Springs [cover title].Portland: Chisholm Bros., ca. 1880s.

15 x 12.9 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing hotels, various springs, parks, public buildings and pavilions; original embossed red paper-covered boards stamped in gilt; one-inch square abrasion on front cover, ownership signature on front cover, top outer corner of back cover broken off, extremities rubbed; binding good, internally very good.


212.  [SARATOGA SPRINGS.] Saratoga [cover title].New York: A. Wittmann, The Albertype Co., 1891.

12 x 17 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing views of Saratoga, including hotels, various springs, Congress Park, etc.; original decorative blue cloth stamped in gilt and black; slight smudge on front cover; very good.


213.  [SARATOGA SPRINGS.] Souvenir album Saratoga, N.Y. [cover title].Philadelphia: Philip Frey, n.d., ca. 1890s. 

11.5 x 16 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing the hotels and various springs; original embossed blue cloth lettered in gilt, a.e.g.; the photo-lithographs constrained by a paper maché gilt frame, as issued, and the whole in the original moiré paper sleeve; fine. Advertisement for Frey on rear pastedown.


214.  [SCARBOROUGH.] The album of Scarborough views [cover title].London: Charles, Reynolds & Co., n.d., ca. 1890s.

22 x 16.5 cm, accordion fold with 24 photo-lithograph panels showing city buildings, beaches, harbor views, spas, hotels, etc., some quite large; original decorative blue pebble-grain cloth stamped in gilt; one section separated, but complete; otherwise very good. Advert for Charles, Reynolds & Co. on rear pastedown. "Printed in Germany" on front cover.


215.  [SCOTLAND.] Paterson's coloured views of the highlands and islands including Staffa and Iona, Glencoe, Oban, Ben Nevis, and the Fall of Foyers, with historical accounts of the different places. Oban: James Miller, n.d., ca. 1876.

10.8 x 16.5 cm, pp. 16; text in double column; with 12 tinted lithograph plates; original decorative blue cloth stamped in gilt; some wear at the extremities, else very good. Four of the plates "have been taken from photographic views kindly granted for the purpose by Messers Wilson & Co. of Aberdeen" and 2 more "from similar views granted by Mr. Valentine of Dundee." OCLC locates only the copy at the National Library of Scotland.


216.  [SCOTLAND.] Tourist's guide to the Trosachs. London [et al.]: T. Nelson and Sons, n.d., ca. 1880.  

10.4 x 15.5 cm, pp. 39; 24 chromoxylographs; full-p. map, other wood-engraved illustrations in the text; original decorative green cloth with a pictorial onlay; front hinge broken, otherwise very good and bright.


\217.  [SCOTLAND.] Souvenir of land o' Burns [cover title].Edinburgh: Ormiston & Glass, n.d., ca. 1900.  

18.5 x 14.5 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing a portrait of Burns, his birthplace, his monument, his mausoleum, the Tam O'Shanter Inn, etc.; original decorative red cloth stamped in gilt and black; some wear; good or better. Rear cover bears the printer's mark "O. & G. ... manufactured abroad."


218.  [SHENANDOAH VALLEY.] The Shenandoah Valley [cover title].New York: Adolph Wittemann, n.d., ca. 1885.  

8.5 x 12.5 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing a panorama of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Charlestown, Jefferson County Court House, Shenandoah River scenes, etc.; original red cloth stamped in black; front cover a little soiled, else very good. Tipped to the rear pastedown is a 3-p. advert for Wittemann Bros.'s views (canceled with an Adolph Wittemann rubberstamp), together with recommendations.


219.  [SINTRA.] Album de Cintra [cover title].Lisboa: Leopoldo Wagner, ca. late 1890s.  

15.8 x 12.1 cm, accordion fold with 18 photo-lithograph panels showing views of the city and the Castle of the Moors; original red cloth stamped in gilt; near fine.


220.  [SINTRA.] Cintra [cover title].Lisboa: Belem & Ca., n.d., ca. 1910.  

17 x 11.2 cm, accordion fold with 12 photographic panels showing views of the city and the Castle of the Moors; original blue cloth stamped in gilt and black; very good.


221.  [SIRACUSA.] Ricordo di Siracusa [cover title].Siracusa: Carmelo Greco di Antonino, ca. 1910.

9.2 x 15.8 cm, 24 black and white photographic postcards showing art, architecture, and natural wonders of Siracusa; original gray wrappers printed in red and black; fine, and complete.


222.  [SORRENTO.] Ricordo di Sorrento. 18 cartoline [cover title].Napoli: Domenico Trampetti, n.d., ca. 1920s.  

9.5 x 15.3 cm, 18 detachable black and white photographic postcards showing the sights of the town; original decorative red wrappers printed in gilt, string-bound; near fine, and complete.


223.  [SOUTH AFRICA.] Views of South Africa. Bloemfontein: W. Lawrence, n.d., ca. 1902.  

20.4 x 25 cm, pp. [48], with 48 full-p. photographic illustrations of principal buildings, gold mines, a Zulu chief, outdoor markets, views of Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Ladysmith, Port Elizabeth, etc.; original pictorial red morocco stamped in gilt; slightly scuffed, and with a bookplate and previous owner's signature blacked out with marker on the front pastedown, else very good. Lawrence was a fine art dealer & picture frame manufacturer.


224.  [SOUTHAMPTON.] The album of Southampton views [cover title].London: Charles, Reynolds & Co., n.d., ca. 1880s.

13.6 x 11.8 cm, accordion-fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing views of the British port, but without a single view of the harbor, and no water at all except for a lake in front of a manor house; original decorative red paper-covered boards; edges a little worn, one panel with small chip in the margin; generally very good. Rear pastedown with an advert for the publishers.


225.  [ST. AUGUSTINE.] Florida illustrated: St. Augustine, Jacksonville, St. John's River, Ocklawaha River [cover title].n.p., n.d.: ca. 1880s.

15 x 12.9 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing views of the cathedrals, the old fort, lighthouse, street scenes, slave quarters, cotton fields, Spanish moss, chimney sweeps, etc.; original decorative brown cloth stamped in gilt; first fold almost separated, else very good.


226.  [ST. AUGUSTINE.] Florida illustrated: St. Augustine, Jacksonville, St. John's River, Ocklawaha River [cover title].n.p., n.d.: ca. 1880s.
15 x 12.7 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing views of the cathedrals, the old fort, lighthouse, street scenes, slave quarters, cotton fields, Spanish moss, chimney sweeps, etc. original decorative red paper-covered boards stamped in gilt; first fold almost separated, else very good.


227.  [ST. AUGUSTINE.] Florida illustrated: St. Augustine, Jacksonville, St. John's River, Ocklawaha River [cover title].n.p., n.d.: ca. 1880s.
19.4 x 14.6 cm, accordion fold with 13 photo-lithograph panels showing views of the cathedrals, the old fort, lighthouse, street scenes, Spanish moss, Spanish graveyard, etc.; a different format and sequence of illustrations than the above, and with an additional illustration, Hotel Ponce de Leon, affixed to the rear pastedown; original embossed red cloth stamped in gilt; first fold tender, else very good. Embossed seal of Ph. Frey & Co., Frankfurt, on back cover.


228.  [ST. JOHN, New Brunswick.] St. John N.B. album [cover title].Montreal: Canada Railway News Co., n.d., ca. 1880s.   

14.7 x 12.7 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing harbor views, public buildings, churches, bridges, etc.; original decorative red cloth stamped in gilt; worn, edges rubbed; good.


229.  [ST. LOUIS.] Souvenir of St. Louis [cover title].New York: Wittemann Bros., n.d., before 1885.     

8.5 x 12.6 cm, accordion fold with 25 photo-lithograph panels, including 2 panorama views, public buildings, hotels, parts, zoological gardens, etc.; original embossed brown cloth, gilt-lettered on the upper cover; one fold separated, else very good. Advert for Wittemann Bros. on rear pastedown.


230.  [ST. PAUL.]  St. Paul. Illustrated in Albertype. New York: The Albertype Co., n.d., ca. 1890.

14.5 x 24.5 cm, , printed title leaf followed by 18 leaves of photographic illustration (some composite), on rectos only; original fancy gray decorative cloth stamped in gilt and black, string-bound; fine copy. MHS only in OCLC.


231.  [STATUE OF LIBERTY.] Statue of Liberty enlightening the world. Glens Falls, N.Y.: S. R. Stoddard, after 1886.  

15.7 x 12.2 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels, including the frontispiece portrait of the sculptor, Frederick August Bartholdi, and a title-page; shows views of New York City from the statue, plus many interior views, a sectional view, etc.; affixed to the rear pastedown is a 5-p. account of the statue, with dimensions, dates in the history of the statue, etc., plus an account of Bartholdi; many folds separated; several with small adhesion marks; otherwise good or better in original pictorial blue cloth stamped in gilt and black.


232.  [STRASSBURG.] Strassburg [cover title].n.p., n.d.: ca. 1880s.   

10.5 x 15.7 cm, accordion fold with 13 photo-lithograph panels showing views of statues, street scenes, cathedrals, and the palace in Strassburg; original decorative red cloth stamped in gilt and black; one fold separated, 2 images with small abrasions, the whole a bit rubbed; good.


233.  [STRASSBURG.] Strassburg [cover title].Strassburg: Moritz v. Sachsen, n.d., ca. 1890s.     

9.2 x 13.5 cm, accordion fold with 12 photographic panels showing uncaptioned views of statues, street scenes, cathedrals, etc.; original embossed red cloth stamped in gilt; edges rubbed, otherwise near fine.


234.  [SUBAICO.] Ricordo del Proto-Cenobio di Seolastica Subaico. 20 cartoline [cover title].Terni: Stab. Alteracca, n.d., ca. 1920s. 

9.5 x 15.8 cm, 20 black and white photographic postcards showing scenes and all the old buildings at Subaico; original decorative green wrappers printed in gilt, string-bound; fine, and complete.


235.  [SUEZ.] Album de Suez [cover title].n.p., n.d., ca. 1890s.

9.5 x 14.5 cm, accordion-fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing Port Said, Lake Timsak, canal scenes, including the entrance, a portrait of De Lesseps, etc.; rear wrapper lacking and front wrapper slightly chipped, else a very good copy in original pictorial blue printed wrapper.


236.  [SUNNY SOUTH.] Scenes & characters of the sunny south [cover title].Mauch Chunk, Pa.: Chas. F. Schneur, sole agent, from Ph. Frey & Co., Art Repository, n.d., ca. 1880s.

13.2 x 8.8 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing palm trees, Spanish moss, swamps, chimney sweeps, African American family, old slave quarters at Fort George, cotton fields, etc.; original embossed red cloth stamped in gilt; about fine.


237.  [TAMPA.] Tampa - Florida. Indelible photographs. New York: Adolph Wittemann, the Albertype Co., n.d., ca. 1892.     

12.7 x 18 cm, pp. [4], plus 14 photographic illustrations showing views of Tampa, its hotels, public buildings, ships, etc. original imitation reptile-skin tan cloth stamped in gilt, string-bound; near fine. The text is signed Langley S. Foote.


238.  [TAORMINA.] Ricordo di Taormina. Edizione Premiata [cover title].Taormina: G. D'Agata, ca. 1920s. 

9.5 x 18 cm, 12 black and white photographic postcards showing beach and harbor views, ruins, architectural sights, etc.; original gray wrappers printed in gilt; fine, and complete.


239.  [TIVOLI.] Tivoli. Ricordi di Villa d'Este. 10 cartoline [cover title].Tivoli: G. Carosi, n.d., ca. 1920s.     

9 x 16 cm, 10 black and white photographic postcards showing scenes at the famed villa; original green wrappers printed in black; fine, and complete.


240.  [TIVOLI.] Tivoli. Ricordo di Villa Adriana. 12 cartoline [cover title].Tivoli: G. Carosi, n.d., ca. 1920s.     

9.5 x 16 cm, 12 black and white photographic postcards showing scenes at the villa; original decorative charcoal wrappers printed in gilt; fine, and complete.


241.  [TIVOLI.] Ricordi di Tivoli. 15 cartoline [cover title].Tivoli: G. Carosi, n.d., ca. 1920s.     

9.2 x 15.8 cm, 15 black and white photographic postcards showing scenes at the famed villa; original decorative charcoal wrappers printed in gilt; fine, and complete.


242.  [TIVOLI.] Ricordo di Tivoli. 20 cartoline staccabili [cover title].Tivoli: Augusto Papini, n.d., ca. 1920s.     

9.5 x 15.3 cm, 18 black and white photographic postcards showing the ruins and artifacts from the museum; original decorative brown wrappers printed in gilt; near fine, and complete.


244.  [TRANS-MISSISSIPPI WEST.] The Northern Pacific tour. From the Lakes and Mississippi River to the Pacific [cover title].St. Paul: arranged and copyrighted by W. C. Riley, published by the Northern News Co., St. Paul, engraved by Charles Frey, Frankfurt, Germany, n.d., before 1888 (?). 

14.3 x 19.2 cm, accordion fold with 24 photo-lithograph panels showing bird's-eye views of St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Portland, and views also of Helena, Tacoma, Victoria, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego, plus the Yellowstone Valley, Bad Lands, a chuck wagon, cowboys branding, placer mining, the Great Falls on the Missouri, clearing the channel in the Columbia, Spokane Falls, etc.; original decorative brown cloth stamped in gilt; some adhesion in the gutter of the first two panels, the hinges a little loose, else very good. Also with the imprint of "Chisholm Bros., Portland, Me., sole agents for Chas. Frey's original souvenir albums." Another version, copyrighted in 1888, included scenes from Alaska.


245.  [TRANS-MISSISSIPPI WEST.] Across the continent via the Northern Pacific from the lakes & Mississippi River to the Pacific, Columbia River, Puget Sound, & Alaska ... 3rd edition 30,000 [cover title].St. Paul: W. C. Riley, ca. 1890s.    

15.6 x 24.2 cm, accordion fold with 30 photo-lithograph panels showing various sights including bird's-eye views of St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Spokane, Portland, and San Francisco; plus views of farming, threshing, the Muir Glacier in Alaska, Sitka, Fort Wrangel, waterfalls, geologic features, etc.; original decorative black cloth stamped in gilt; worn, rear cover nearly detached; internally quite nice.


246.  [TRANS-MISSISSIPPI WEST.] Souvenir album of the great west [cover title].n.p., n.d., ca. 1890s. 

15.7 x 24.5 cm, [25] leaves, each with photo-lithographs on the rectos, showing various sights including bird's-eye views of Denver, Oakland, San Bernadino, and San Diego, plus many illustrations in the Rockies and Cascades, geologic formations, waterfalls, a bull fight, California agriculture, etc.; original decorative blue cloth stamped in gilt and black; string-bound; slight stain on back cover, else fine.


247.  [TURRIFF, Scotland.] Views of Turriff and vicinity [cover title].Turriff: G. Milne, photographer, n.d., ca. 1893.

19 x 13 cm, accordion fold with 12 photographic panels showing views of the city, manor houses, river scenes, etc.; original deep blue morocco stamped in gilt; near fine.


248.  [UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.] The Union Pacific Railroad: a trip across the North American Continent from Omaha to Ogden. New York: T. Nelson and Sons, n.d., ca. 1870. 

10.3 x 16.5 cm, pp. 46; 12 chromoxylograph plates; full-p. map, wood-engraved illustrations in the text; text printed in blue; at the head of the title-page: "Nelson's Pictorial Guide Books." Original decorative red cloth with a pictorial onlay; some wear, the front hinge broken, a good copy.


249.  [VENICE.] Venezia. Il Palazzo Ducale. Serie 1 [&2] ... 12 [i.e. 24] cartoline [cover title].Roma: Fotografia Anderson, ca. 1920s.  

2 volumes, each 9.5 x 16 cm, and each containing 12 black and white photographic postcards; original pictorial pink and green paper wrappers lettered in gilt; string-bound; near fine, and complete.


250.  [VENICE.] Venezia artistica. 12 cartoline all'acquarello [cover title].Milano: Visto Revisione Stampa, n.d., ca. 1930s. 

9.3 x 14 cm, 11 (of 12) color lithograph postcards of Venice sights; original pictorial wrap-around sleeve printed in color; very good.


251.  [VERMONT CENTRAL RAILROAD.] Album of Central Vermont R. R. scenery [cover title].Portland, ME: Chisholm Bros., n.d., ca. 1880s. 

15 x 12.8 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing views of Burlington, Bellows Falls, and other views as seen from the railroad; original decorative blue cloth stamped in gilt; some wear, several folds tender; good or better.


252.  [VERMONT CENTRAL RAILROAD.] Central Vermont R. R. scenery [cover title].Portland, ME: Chisholm Bros., n.d., ca. 1890.    

15 x 12.6 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing views as seen from the railroad; rear map endpaper; original decorative red cloth stamped in gilt; spine nearly perished, some wear, rear cover loose; good.


253.  [VERONA.] Ricordo di Verona. Album di 12 cartoline illustrate [cover title].Verona: O. Onestinghel, n.d., ca. 1920s.

9.4 x 14.8 cm, 12 black and white photographic postcards showing views of Verona; original terracotta wrappers printed in black; fine, and complete.


254.  [VERSAILLES.] Douze vues des châteaux et parcs de Versailles et Trianon, dessinées et lithographiées d'après nature ; accompagnées d'un texte explicatif... Versailles: Brunox, 1858.

11 x 17.5 cm, pp. [3]-24, [4], 27-32; 12 wood-engraved views and 2 engraved plans; minor foxing; original brown cloth, gilt-lettered upper cover; spine perished, else good and sound.


255.  [VERSAILLES.] Versailles [cover title].Paris: Eugene Levy & Frère, ca. 1880s.     

10 x 14.8 cm, accordion fold with 18 photo-lithograph panels showing a bird's-eye view, principal buildings, gardens, galleries, etc.; original embossed red cloth stamped in gilt; fine.


256.  [VICHY.] Album souvenir Vichy [cover title].n.p. [?Vichy]: Collection Artistique, n.d., ca. 1910.  

13 x 19.2 cm, 18 photogravures showing views of the city, the Place Victor Hugo, outdoor markets, thermal springs, etc.; original decorative cream wrappers printed in brown, string-bound; wrappers shadowed by napkin; all else very good.


257.  [WASHINGTON, D.C.] Washington [cover title].New York: Wittemann Bros., n.d., ca. 1882.     

8.6 x 12.6 cm, accordion fold with 20 photo-lithograph panels, many views of the government's buildings, the Corcoran Art Gallery, Pennsylvania Ave., Patent Office, etc.; original embossed brown cloth stamped in gilt; 3 folds separated, else very good.


258.  [WASHINGTON, D.C.] Washington [cover title].Portland: Chisholm Bros., manufacturers of Chas. Frey's Original Souvenir Albums, n.d., 1885 or after.

15.7 x 24.3 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing the White House, Capitol, Mt. Vernon, the Smithsonian, the Washington Monument, the War and Navy Department, etc.; original decorative red cloth stamped in gilt and black; several folds separated, else very good. On the rear pastedown are printed descriptions of Brumidi's allegorical picture in the dome of the Capitol, and Trumbull's grand national pictures in the rotunda.


259.  [WASHINGTON, D.C.] Washington [cover title].n.p., n.d., likely Portland: Chisholm Bros., 1885 or after.  

15 x 12.5 cm, accordion fold with 18 photo-lithograph panels, including double-p. views of Pennsylvania Avenue, the Capitol, the White House, and the Treasury; original pictorial green cloth stamped in gilt, white, and black; near fine.


260.  [WASHINGTON, D.C.] Washington album [cover title].n.p., n.d., likely Portland: Chisholm Bros., late 1880s.  

24.2 x 15.4 cm, accordion fold with 18 photo-lithograph panels showing the White House, Capitol, Mt. Vernon, the Smithsonian, the Washington Monument, the War and Navy Department, plus interior views of the White House, scenes from Gen. Washington's life, and art work on the interior of the Capitol etc.; original embossed brown pebble-grain cloth stamped in gilt, black, and terracotta; fine. On the rear pastedown are printed Fdescriptions of Brumidi's allegorical picture in the dome of the Capitol, and Trumbull's grand national pictures in the rotunda.


261.  [WASHINGTON, D.C.] Washington album [cover title].Washington, D.C.: J. F. Jarvis, ca. 1893.

24.2 x 16.4 cm, accordion fold with 30 photo-lithograph panels (4 in color) showing panoramic views, the White House, the Capitol, many public buildings and monuments, interior views of the White House, chambers of Congress, the Capitol, scenes from Gen. Washington's life, the inaugural procession, 1893, and a composite illustration of all U.S. Presidents, Washington to Benjamin Harrison; original brown pebble-grain cloth stamped in gilt; very good.


262.  [WATKINS GLEN.] Watkins Glen, N.Y. [cover title].New York: Adolph Wittemann, n.d., ca. 1886.

8.5 x 12.8 cm, accordion fold with 13 photo-lithograph panels, including a panorama view, Minnehaha Falls, Whirlwind Gorge, Rainbow Falls, etc.; original decorative gray cloth stamped in black; near fine. With a 5-p. publisher's catalogue tipped to the rear pastedown, showing souvenir albums, with prices, for cities, scenery & resorts, sundry series, Comic series, and Albertype series.


263.  [WATKINS GLEN.] Album of Watkins Glen, N.Y. [cover title].Frankfurt: Ph. Frey & Co.'s Art Repository: Chas. F. Schneur, sole agent for U. S. & Canada, n.d., ca. 1880s.  

10.2 x 15.3 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels, including Pluto Falls, Whirlwind Gorge, Rainbow Falls, etc.; original embossed brown cloth stamped in gilt; 2 folds separated, else near fine. With an advert on blue paper for Taber's Indian Store and Glen Bazaar on the rear pastedown.


264.  [WHITBY.] The new album of Whitby views [cover title].n.p., n.d., ca. 1890. 

18.5 x 14.5 cm, accordion fold with 14 photo-lithograph panels showing views of Whitby, including the pier, the cliffs and harbor, the abbey, and a panorama view as seen from the water; original decorative green cloth stamped in gilt and black; first fold separated, covers quite rubbed; all else good.


265.  [WHITE MOUNTAINS.] Souvenir of White Mountains [cover title].Portland: Chisholm Bros., [and] New York: Wittemann Bros., n.d., ca. 1881.     

10.3 x 14.8 cm, accordion fold with 15 photo-lithograph panels, including Summit House, Mt. Washington Railway, Franconia Notch, etc.; original embossed orange cloth, gilt-lettered on the upper cover; fine. Wittemann Bros. "sole agents for Louis Glaser's souvenir albums."


266.  [WHITE MOUNTAINS.] Beauties of the White Mountains [cover title].Portland, ME: Skillings & Howard, 1883.    

10.3 x 15.5 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels printed in black and white and showing the cog railway, mountain views, hotels, waterfalls, etc.; original embossed brown cloth stamped in gilt; fine.




267.  [WHITE MOUNTAINS.] White Mountains [cover title].New York: Adolph Wittemann, n.d., ca. 1886.

19 x 14.6 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels, including Mt. Cannon, Mt. Washington Railway, various resorts and hotels, falls of the Ammonoosuc, Frankenstein Trestle, Franconia Notch, etc.; original decorative tan cloth, gilt-lettered on the upper cover; covers worn, first fold with unsightly old tape repair; good. The last leaf has a cancelled illustration, The Glen House is pasted in over another.


268.  [WHITE MOUNTAINS.] New album of White Mountain views [cover title].Portland: Chisholm Bros., n.d., ca. 1890s.

18.9 x 14.5 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels, including Summit House, Mt. Washington Railway, Lizzie Bourne's monument, Franconia Notch, etc.; original decorative red cloth, gilt-lettered on the upper cover; very good.


269.  [WORLD TRAVEL.] Around the world [cover title].n.p., n.d., prior to 1889.   

10.2 x 15.3 cm, accordion fold with 24 photo-lithograph panels showing views of 24 major cities of the world, each city with 4 views, including San Francisco, Niagara Falls, and a preponderance of German cities; original embossed brown cloth stamped in gilt; several folds separated, but complete; good.


270.  [WORLD TRAVEL.] The world [cover title].n.p., n.d., prior to 1889.    

11 x 14.2 cm, accordion fold with 29 photo-lithograph panels showing views of major cities and sights of the world, with captions in German, English, and French; original decorative maroon paper-covered boards; first fold separated, others tender, boards rubbed and worn; good, at best.


271.  [WORLD TRAVEL.] Around the world [cover title].n.p., n.d., ca. 1880s. 

23.5 x 16.3 cm, accordion fold with 22 photo-lithograph panels showing the famous sights from all over the world, from the Great Wall of China, to Jerusalem, to Buenos Aires; original pictorial red cloth stamped in gilt and black; the first fold separated, several others almost so, a margin or two a little ragged; all else good. Captions in German, French, and English.


272.  [WORLD TRAVEL.] Around the world [cover title].n.p., n.d., ca. 1890s. 

18 x 9.5 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing views of 24 major cities of the world, including Jerusalem and Port Said; original decorative red paper-covered boards stamped in black; very good.


273.  [WORLD WAR I.] Arras. Après le bombardement - After the bombardment. 24 cartes postales ... ND. Phot. [cover title].n.p., n.d. ? Paris: Lèvy et Cie., n.d., 1920 or after.

8.5 x 15.5 cm, consisting of 24 removable black and white postcards, each captioned in English and French, showing the aftermath of the aerial attack in World War I. Original cream wrappers printed in brown; near fine. Issued as no. 9 (of 24) in the publisher's series of such booklets issued on the war. The imprint on the individual cards reads "Anciens Etab, Neurdein et Cie. - E. Crété, Succ., Corbeil - Paris."


274.  [WORLD WAR I.] La bataille de La Somme [cover title].Paris: Lèvy et Cie., n.d., 1920 or after.  

8.5 x 15.5 cm, consisting of 20 removable black and white postcards, each captioned in English and French, showing scenes of the aftermath of this important battle in World War I. Original pictorial wrappers printed in red and black; some soiling, else very good. Adverts inside the back wrap show that this is no. 18 in a series of 24 such booklets issued on the subject of this war.


275.  [WORLD WAR I.] Péronne & la région après le depart des boches. 24 cartes postales ... ND. Phot. [cover title].n.p., n.d. ? Paris: Lèvy et Cie., n.d., 1920 or after.    

8.5 x 15.5 cm, consisting of 24 removable black and white postcards, each captioned in English and French, showing the aftermath of the bombardment in World War I. Original cream wrappers printed in brown; near fine. Issued as no. 23 (of 24) in the publisher's series of such booklets issued on the war. The imprint on the individual cards reads "Anciens Etab, Neurdein et Cie. - Imp. Crété, Succ, Corbeil - Paris."


276.  [WORLD WAR I.] Saint-Quentin avant la guerre. 24 cartes postales ... ND. Phot. [cover title].n.p., n.d. ? Paris: Lèvy et Cie., n.d., 1920 or after.   

8.5 x 15.5 cm, consisting of 24 removable black and white postcards, each captioned in English and French, showing Saint-Quentin prior to the destruction of World War I. Original cream wrappers printed in brown; near fine. The imprint on the individual cards reads "Anciens Etab, Neurdein et Cie. - E. Crètè, Succ., Corbeil - Paris."


277.  [YELLOWSTONE.] Yellowstone National Park the world's wonderland [cover title].St. Paul: W. C. Riley. Engraved by Chas. Frey, Frankfurt, Germany, from photos by Ingersoll and Haynes, ca. 1889.

14.5 x 19.4 cm, accordion fold with 24 photo-lithograph panels showing views of Yellowstone River, geysers, waterfalls, geologic formations, McCartney's Cave, etc.; original decorative maroon cloth stamped in gilt; rear cover nearly separated, else very good.


278.  [YORKTOWN.] Centennial album of Yorktown and of Richmond, Va [cover title].New York: Wittemann Bros., n.d., ca. 1881.   

12.8 x 8.7 cm, accordion fold with 12 photo-lithograph panels showing landmarks at Yorktown, Yorktown harbor, scenes from Washington's career as a general, a facsimile of the parole of Lord Cornwallis, St. John's Church, Richmond, Virginia state capitol, etc.; original decorative red cloth stamped in black; moderate dampstaining of the back cover, else very good. Rear pastedown contains a map of the siege of Yorktown.


279.  [YOSEMITE.] The Yosemite Valley, and the mammoth trees and geysers of California. New York: T. Nelson and Sons, n.d., ca. 1870.

10.2 x 16.5 cm, pp. 40; 12 chromoxylograph plates; full-p. map, text printed in blue; at the head of the title-page: "Nelson's Pictorial Guide Books." Original decorative red cloth with a pictorial onlay; some wear, but generally a good, sound copy, or better. On the front free endpaper is the rubberstamp of E. S. Denison, News Agency, Oakland.


280.  [ZURICH.] Zürich [cover title].Zürich: Photoglob Co., n.d. , ca. 1890s.     

17.3 x 11.5 cm, accordion fold with 12 photographic panels showing views of the city; original pictorial red cloth stamped in gilt, blue, and white; rear hinge cracked, else very good.


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