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Posted by Lorraine Peterson on February 09, 19102 at 11:27:56:
In Reply to: house of seven gables posted by kim on September 23, 19100 at 05:45:11:
: I found several antique books in an old cedar chest stored in my attic- I'm not sure of the value of these books, please help! the books are as follows:
: House of Seven Gables- Nathaniel Hawthorne- not dated-leather cover-published by H.M. Caldwell Co.
I have also book the house of the seven gables, dated Lenox, January 27th, 1851, does anyone have any idea what it is worth? It is really showing its age as far as paper color, otherwise the only thing I can see that is wrong is at the beginning a few of the pages missing, not the story ones however.
: Hopalong Cidy - Clarence E. Mulford - published 1910 - by A.C. McClurg and Co. - this book has a stamp stating produced under wartime conditions
: The life story of Kit Carson - Charles Burdett - copyright 1902 - by E.A. Brainerd
: Heart Talks - Beverly Carradine - Rev. B. Carradine, D.D. - copyright 1899 - by M.W. Knapp
: The Harbor of Doubt - Frank Williams - copyright 1915 - by W.J. Watt & Co.
: The World's One Hundred Best Short Stories (volume three) - Grant Overton - copyright 1927 by Funk &wagnalls Company
: The indiscretions of Maister Redhorn - J.J. Bell - copyright 1911 by Fleming H. Revell Company
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