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Adirondack Voices: Woodsmen and Woods Lore, Bethke, Robert D.
1 Bethke, Robert D. Adirondack Voices: Woodsmen and Woods Lore
Syracuse Univ Pr (Sd) 1994-08-01 0815602871 / 9780815602873 Reprint Paperback New 
0815602871 1994 Syracuse University Press, 1st Paperback Printing. Brand New. This paperback copy is in excellent condition. The text is unmarked/unread and the binding is sturdy. "This volume is an assessment of the woodsmen who worked the "Big Woods" of the Adirondack foothills. It combines storytelling and song traditions as they live in the lives and memories of men old enough to remember the sleep-in lumber camps and payday "blowouts"." 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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Lithographs of Rochester: Twelve Proofs by Walter Henry Cassebeer, Walter Henry Cassebeer
2 Walter Henry Cassebeer Lithographs of Rochester: Twelve Proofs by Walter Henry Cassebeer
Meyn Lithographic Company 1916 Hardcover Fair 
1916 Meyn Lithographic Company. "A limited edition of thirty-five portfolios each containing twelve hand-pulled proofs has been issued, of which this is No. 29." Signed below by Walter Henry Cassebeer. Cassebeer was an architect and important figure in the Rochester cultural scene, but was also regarded as an avid artist, bibliophile, horticulturist, and historian. He designed several churches in and around Rochester, as well as some of the landscapes of Durand Eastman Park. This particular copy includes 10 of the original 12 prints, with #1 (Main Street Looking West) and #3 (Blast Furnace, Charlotte) missing. The prints are all signed and dated in pencil by Cassebeer, and remain in very good condition. There is light dampstaining to the interior text, including the title and signature pages. The original gray binding, with the title on a paper label, has light wear and scuffing, along with dampstaining to the back cover. A relatively scarce collection. We wish it were complete too, but 10 out of 12 will do. 
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