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Posted by Flora Mae Ulsh on December 03, 19103 at 19:33:53:
In Reply to: Re: value of old books from 1800's posted by Anita Tersigni on October 15, 19103 at 11:54:10:
: I have a books titled "The Holy Bible" Published by Henry Bill (1871), Touching Incidents By S.B. Shaw 1893,McGuffey's New Sixth Eclectic Reader By W.H.H.McGuffey,LLD, Daniel and The Revelation By Uriah Smith, Elson Grammer School Reader Book Two & Book Four, Brief History of the United States (1885 By Joel Dorman Steele PH.D,F.G.A and By Esther Baker Steele),Ackerman's Excelsior Method for Parlor Organ By John Church & Co. Copyright 1884, and Book's in the 1900's Complete Arithmetic-1908,Intermediate Arithmetic-1907,and Elementary-1908 by Samuel Hamilton, Dodge's Elementary Geograpy By Richard Elwood Dodge (1904, Essential of geography By Albert Perry Brigham & Charles T. McFarlane-First Book -1916, The Divine Plan of the Ages - A Helping Hand for Bible Students -1914 and Paper Back - A Desirable Government - Copyright -1924. I was wondering if it had any value. Please e-mail me at email@example.com at your earliest convienience. Thank You
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