Philadelphia: C. Sherman & Son, 1865. Hardcover. 85 pages. 8vo, first published 1852. An early guidebook to Girard College. Bookplate.
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NY: Rinehart, 1952. First edition. Hardcover. 292 pp.
Np: Np, 1911. First edition. Hardcover. 14 pp.
Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1953. First edition. Hardcover. 38 pp.
NY: David McKay, 1939. First edition. Hardcover. 344 pages. 8vo, abundantly illustrated with nearly seventy-five photographs. Index. Limited edition, copy 238 of 1050. Unusually fresh and bright copy, very clean, bookplate.
Germantown: Site & Relic Society, 1926. Fourth edition. Hardcover. 167 pages. 12mo, maps and drawings. Index. More than thirty-six historic buildings are discussed, twenty-four are illustrated in line drawings. Bookplate.
NY: American Studio Books, 1946. First edition. Hardcover. 136 pp. Voluminously illustrated, mostly in black and white, but with color plates of brilliant fidelity. Bibliography. KARPEL I1532. "Generalhistorical and sociological background is provided, nevertheless, placing the various motifs in the proper religious and ethic context."
NY: Crown, 1970. First edition. Hardcover. 160 pp. Ten plates and thirteen text figures. Bibliography. Index. Dyott bottles and flasks are prized by collectors. An American entrepreneur, part fraud, part philanthropist. KARPEL C117. "...more than a collector's guide. It provides in a highly readable form an admirable model in every...
Albany: J.B. Lyon, 1916. First edition. Hardcover. 488 pages. 27 x 20 cm, Almost as new copy. Approx. 75 illustrations, two large fold-out plates at rear cover. Index. Owner stamp in lower margin of title page.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Book Clinic, 1953. First edition. Hardcover. 30 pp. Illustrated. Ex-library. A Keepsake publication to commemorate Soule's direction of the University ofPennsylvania Press on the eve of his retirement. Limited edition, copy 135 of 250.
NY: William Helburn, 1936. First edition. Hardcover. 290 pp. Folio, 10 3/4' X 14". Introduction by Fiske Kimball. More than 400 photographs;eighty-one full-page plates were selected from the most representative of 105 measured drawings. Two, three, or four drawings are devoted to important buildings. In all cases floor plans, principal...
Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. 294 pp. Illustrated with hundreds of photographs. Maps. Foreword by Charles Covert Arensberg. Bibliography.Index. The definitive scholarly study of significant extant buildings of Allegheny County. KARPEL B829."An extensive, well-researched survey..."
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Electric Co, 1961. First edition. Hardcover. 416 pp.
NY: Architectural Book, 1931. Miller, M. Luther. First edition. Hardcover. 248 pages. With measured drawings by M. Luther Miller and an Introduction by Joseph Hergesheimer. Voluminously illustrated with photographs, floor plans and detailed drawings. KARPEL B842. "Contains excellent photographs and some measured drawings." ROOS 2404. In a bright and very crisp dust wrapper.
Philadelphia: Macrae Smith, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. 317 pages. Illustrated. Christ Church was the the first Church of England congregation gathered in Pennsylvania, and dates from 1695.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1913. First edition. 270 pp. Illustrated in black and white with 207 photographic plates. Index. A comprehensive survey of the best 18th century work in and about Philadelphia, in West Jersey and Delaware. Excellent photographs of exterior and interior views. ROOS 1643. Backstrip rubbed at extremities, owner inscription.
Philadelphia: Art Alliance Press, 1974. First edition. Hardcover. 78 pages in text. Introduction by George B. Tatum. With thirty-three photographs of Hutton's work, most of them by Cortlandt van Dyke Hubbard. Notes. Index. Chronological Commissions of Addison Hunter. A microcosm of most of the essential elements for a history of...
NY: Hudson Hills, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. 180 pages in text, Vol. I, and with illustrations in the text. Vol. II, plate volume in facsimile of Denig's bible -- sixty full-page, ink and watercolor plates, dated 1784, portrays biblical scenes and religious emblems and is accompanied by explanatory notes written...