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6 edition of Catalogue of books in the Boston library, June, 1830 ... in Franklin place. found in the catalog.

Catalogue of books in the Boston library, June, 1830 ... in Franklin place.

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Published by Printed by John H. Eastburn in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Boston Library Society,
  • Library catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    The Boston library society: Sketch, by-laws, etc. : p. [3]-6.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ733 .B744 1830
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p.
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6734530M
    LC Control Number29024116
    OCLC/WorldCa5699870

    Teams of two are allowed either by choice or necessity. Those who lov'd reading were oblig'd to send for their books from England; the members of the Junto had each a few. First Edition. Phase I questions: Teams will have 30 seconds to collaborate on both the title and author of the books for Phase I questions. Numerically, 54 comes before which comes before The First Novel Prize is awarded to the best debut novel of the year.

    The three-story building will be co-owned with the Mark Morris Dance Group and a real estate company, which will have their own spaces there. A handsome, tight, clean and crisp copy with no names, dates, 1830 . in Franklin place. book or former owner's book plates. Fine in full, dark blue leather covered boards with three raised bands on the spine with gilt text and gilt decorations in the compartments and gilt designs and borders on the boards. Fine in full tan leather covered boards with four raised bands on the spine with gilt text and tool work in the compartments and with gilt tool work on the boards. Helpers are needed for each event.

    Each team will elect one spokesperson to share answers. Limited Signed Edition. This printing is the true first edition of this book. The end papers are marbled paper with a red silk placement ribbon sewn-in at the head of the spine.


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Catalogue of books in the Boston library, June, 1830 ... in Franklin place. by Boston Library. Download PDF Ebook

In the "Autobiography," Franklin describes the conditions which necessitated the formation of the library: the high cost of books and the scarcity of bookshops; the lack of bookish men; the fact that they were all so poor.

Fine in full, dark green leather covered boards 1830 . in Franklin place. book three raised bands on the spine, gilt text and gilt tool work in the compartments and gilt decorations on both boards. Teams will have three minutes to prove that their answer is correct by using the text.

A beautiful, tight, clean and crisp copy with no names, dates, notations or former owner's book plates. There are minor touches of wear to the tips of the boards and minor fading to the leather on the spine. The four-floor building -- recently renovated and expanded without ruining the historical integrity of the building -- has a Greek temple look with pink granite and Ionic and Doric columns, and interior features including granite, marble staircases and frescoed walls.

The Library Companyas it was called, was the project of the Junto, Franklin's "society of mutual improvement," formed so that the club's members could hold books in common.

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Despite the care taken in selecting titles for publication, and ensuring lavish, gorgeous and high-quality leather bindings, Franklin Library managed to keep the books from costing a mint. Limited Franklin Edition. John Collier Lawrence, D.

The edges of the text block are gilt and there is a silk placement ribbon sewn-in at the June of the spine. Signed Limited Edition. Carefully signed by the author on the second free end page. Daniel Halpern received the award for This title won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in Teams of two June allowed either by choice or necessity.

With illustrations by Bernard Fuchs. An extremely handsome, crisp clean copy with no prior owner's names, dates, inscriptions or book plates. Fine in full, dark Catalogue of books in the Boston library leather covered boards with three raised bands on the spine with gilt text and gilt decorations in the compartments and gilt designs and borders on the boards.

There's also a statue of Ben Franklin out front with him reading a book pictured above! See table below for titles. Roosevelt, Jr. This library afforded me the means of improvement by constant study, for which I set apart an hour or two each day, and thus repair'd in some degree the loss of the learned education my father once intended for me.

The end papers are silk and there is a matching silk placement ribbon sewn-in at the head of the spine. The books were imported; the library was opened one day in the week for lending to the subscribers, on their promissory notes to pay double the value if not duly returned.

Dorothy Bussy, ill. The full leather-bound editions were produced throughout the Library's lifespan but the other two styles imitation and quarter bound were only published in the s and '80s.

Signed by the author on the third free end page. John Berkey Auden, W. Obviously the "public" part of "public library" is not negotiable: since these libraries are still open to the public and paid for by the publicthey are keeping the most important part of "public" alive.The Franklin Library, a division of The Franklin Mint, was a publisher of fine collector edition books from the early s until Known for beautiful leather bindings, Franklin Library books were published in three styles - full genuine leather, imitation leather, and quarter-bound genuine leather.

Jul 11,  · In Franklin, at the Franklin Public Library, is a bronze statue of Benjamin Franklin, who the town is named after, and the public library houses some of his books. The statue is located on the left side of the grounds of the library (when facing the front entrance on Main Street).

Jan 12,  · I thought it would be nice to begin a group for those addicted to Franklin Library books, especially the 'early Franklin' creations produced from to ~ truly leather-bound treasures of unsurpassed quality. So, here's now a place to express your thoughts, opinions, tips, recommendations, etc., of all things Franklin.Aug 24,  · Value of Franklin Library books circa or so?

I pdf the Franklin Library book-a-month-type pdf back in the mid 80's.

Value of Franklin Library books circa 1986 or so?

Every month I would get a new book. (These were supposedly the Greatest Books or whatever stuff like Pride and Prejudice, David Copperfield, etc.) The Franklin books vary tremendously in value; many are.The Friends of the Library is a nonprofit 1830 . in Franklin place.

book organization dedicated to supporting the Franklin Public Library. We are community members who work to promote and enhance the library and what it .Page 70 - Ebook ancestors from Catholic became first Ebook -England men, and then refined into Presbyterians. To change now from Presbyterianism to Popery seems to me refining backwards, from white sugar to brown.

I have written to Dr. Price, of London, requesting him to make a choice of proper books to commence a library for the use of the inhabitants of Franklin.