Miami, Florida: E. A. Seeman Publishing Inc., (1973).
Seller ID: 71572bd
Signed by the Author. Octavo, blue cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 117 pp. Fine in a Very Good+, mylar protected dust jacket with light edgewear. From dust jacket: Stories from three decades are collected in ÒBluegrass Boy in FloridaÓ -- tales hilarious and earnest, of human frailty, and one man's (or boy's) adventures. They are often autobiographical, nostalgic, and presonal, yes, even sentimental, but the author never succumbs to the easy temptation to paint the Ògood old daysÓ with a rosy brush. The stories are recalled from the often imagined landscapes of memory of a time when life... View More...
Bardstown, KY: Chamber of Commerce, n.d.
Seller ID: 2522qms
Octavo, paperbound (stapled, b&w photo illus. white wrappers), 15 pp. Includes ads for Wickland, T. W. Samuels Distillery, Inc., Baldwin's Tourist Court, Komfy Tourist Rooms, The Old Talbott Tavern. Very Good+, with light soiling to wrappers. View More...
Louisville, Kentucky: The Filson Club, 1976.
Seller ID: ess4600
Octavo, paperbound (stiff, grey wrappers), 103 pp. Soiling & former-owner signature to upper cover; otherwise, clean and tight. Contents: Louisville's French Past (Robert A. Burnett); A Great Purging -- Cholera or Calomel? (Frederick Eberson); Politics and Scandal in the Progressive Era: Alben W. Barkely and the McCracken County Campaign of 1909 (Gerald S. Grinde); The New School Synod of Kentucky (Harold M. Parker); Book Reviews; News and Comment; Filsonians; Editor's Page. View More...
North Middletown, KY: Plum Lick Publishing, Incorporated, 2008. First Edition, Stated.
Seller ID: 61141bd
Stamped presentation copy, ÒCompliments of Shelby Energy Cooperative,Ó with a laid-in note with the following message, ÒMadelyn, / Wayne Stratton wanted to make sure you received one of these. / Merry Christmas / Gay Owens Tennill.Ó Octavo, black cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 314 pp. Fine (As New) in a Fine dust jacket. From dust jacket: Until the mid-1930s, much of rural Kentucky -- like much of rural America -- lay in darkness as soon as the sun set. Farmers and their families labored much as their forebears had for centuries. While most city and town dwellers enjoyed the blessings... View More...
Dallas, Texas: Jessamine County Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc., 1993.
Seller ID: 50493bd
Quarto, brown leatherette (hardcover), gilt letters and decoration to upper cover, photograph illustrated endpapers, 220 pp. With letters containing genealogical information about the Hatcher, Isom/Isham/Ison family laid-in. View More...
Frankfort, Kentucky: The Kentucky Geological Society, 1925. First Edition (One of 1000).
Seller ID: 61341bd
Octavo, navy blue cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, xi, 385 pp. Very Good, with lightly sunned spine and light edgewear, neat former-owner signature. Illustrated. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Illustrations; Natural Conditions Affecting Animals: Geography, Physiography, Climate, Soils, Drainage, Bodies of Water, Caves; Faunal History of Kentucky: Ancient Marine Life, Beginnings of Land Life, Prehistoric Animals, Pre-Colonial Times, Animals Found by the First Settlers; Present Fauna of the State: Animals Represented, Preservation of Wild Life, Faunal Areas, Animal Groups, ... View More...
Frankfort Hertiage Press, 2004. First Edition.
Seller ID: 200fd
Signed by the Photo Restorer. Square quarto, brown cloth (hardcover), 144 pp. Near-Fine, with gift inscription; in a Fine dust jacket. From dust jacket: This collection of photographs, most of them previously unpublished, depicts Kentucky's capital as a bustling community during the exapansive era following the Civil War through the middle of the twentieth century. Presenting the faces and structures of a Frankfort that has both changed and remained the same during the last century or so, it seeks to give the Kentucky River's largest town and one of the nation's smallest capitals a local ... View More...
University of Kentucky Press: University of Kentucky Centennial Committee, .
Seller ID: 00709scs
Quarto, illustrated cloth (hardcover), 102 pp. Illustrated with photos. Very Good+, with former-owner signature and bumped corners ÒFrom the splendid collection of old photographs and glass negatives in the University of Kentucky archives gathered by the late Ezra Gillis, and from many other sources, has come a vivid and nostalgic picture of the University's first century....This pictorial record of 250 striking photographs recaptures the colorful atmosphere and events from the history of a university emerging from a pioneer culture. Recalled here are the early struggles of the faculty a... View More...