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141 POWELL, R. Baden Second Scrap Book: Digby Town and Municipality. First Edition
Wallis Print, Digby , 1973, 
POWELL, R. Baden. Second Scrap Book : Digby Town and Municipality. (Digby, N.S. : Wallis Print Ltd., 1973). First Edition. Pp (8),7-116,(2),+ 15 plates (of ships). 8vo, white cardcovers, with blue lettering and an illustration in blie on front cover, plain spine. Contents : The Digby - Saint John Ferry; The Digby County Power Board; Villages of Digby Municipality; The Digby Court House; Impressions of 1914-1918; Jerome; The Wheeler Case; Digby Members of the House of Commons; The Dentons of Digby County; The Warners of Plympton; The Jones Family of Digby County. Spine ends chipped, some stainsto covers, else very good. 25.00

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142 PUDNEY, John. Crossing London's River. 1st UK in dj
Dent, 1972, 
PUDNEY, John. Crossing London's River. L.: Dent, (1972). First Edition. Pp 176 + 16 p of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Cohen, The Thames, 1580-1980: A General Bibliography, p.293. Chapters : 1. Crossings; 2. Old London Bridge; 3. Life on Old London Bridge; 4. The Watermen; 5. Ferries and Ferrymen; 6. A Start on Bridges; 7. The Nineteenth Century; 8. The Railways Arrive; 9. Tunnels Attempted; 10. Tunnels Achieved; 11. Bazelgette and the Metropolitan Board of Works; 12. The Tower Bridge; 13. East of the Tower; 14. The Twentieth Century; 15. 'Build it up With Stone So Strong'. With bibliography and index. Vg in edgeworn dj. 60.00

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143 PUDNEY, John. Crossing London's River. 1st UK in dj
Dent, 1972, 
PUDNEY, John. Crossing London's River. L.: Dent, (1972). First Edition. Pp 176 + 16 p of plates. 8vo, red cloth. Cohen, The Thames, 1580-1980: A General Bibliography, p.293. Chapters : 1. Crossings; 2. Old London Bridge; 3. Life on Old London Bridge; 4. The Watermen; 5. Ferries and Ferrymen; 6. A Start on Bridges; 7. The Nineteenth Century; 8. The Railways Arrive; 9. Tunnels Attempted; 10. Tunnels Achieved; 11. Bazelgette and the Metropolitan Board of Works; 12. The Tower Bridge; 13. East of the Tower; 14. The TwentiethCentury; 15. 'Build it up With Stone So Strong'. With bibliography and ind ex. Vg in price-clipped dj. 60.00

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Train Ferries of Western Europe.  in dj. , RANSOME-WALLIS, P
144 RANSOME-WALLIS, P Train Ferries of Western Europe. in dj.
Ian Allan, 1968, 
RANSOME-WALLIS, P. Train Ferries of Western Europe. L: Ian Allan, (1968). Pp 289. Illustrated, folding map at rear. An illustrated review of train ferries and train ferry operations in Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Italy, Turkey, and Switzerland. With bibliography and index. Very slightly rubbed, else vg in slightly rubbed dj. 120.00

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145 REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm 3rd ed.
1928, 1928 
REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm. (Illustrated).Third Edition. Halifax : n.pub., 1928. Pp (1),(1,adv),(2),i-xi,(3),[1]-181 ,(1),(5,adv),(1) + 8 leaves of plates. Small 8vo, green cloth.

Contents :
Naming the Arm;
Pryor Property;
The Waegwoltic;
St.Mary's Aquatic Club;
Birchdale;
Thornvale;
N.W.A.R.C. and H.A.B.C.;
Oaklands;
Belmont Estate;
Marlborough Woods;
Fernwood and Maplewood;
Pine Hill College;
Bilton Cottage;
Emscote, Howe's Birthplace;
The Old Penitentiary;
Point Pleasant Park;
Ferries at the Arm;
Queen's Quarries, Herring Cove and Purcell's Cove;
Saraguay Club;
Thos. W. Lawson's Ancestors;
Story of the Royal Oak;
Boldrewood - Bishop's Cottage;
Jollimore Village;
The Dingle;
Tower Point;
Melville Military Prison;
Hosterman's;
A Manufacturing Centre;
A Hero of the Indian Mutiny [Sergeant Macnamara];
The Rocking Stone;
Northwest Arm in 1784;
The First American Zoo;
Armview, formerly Lakewood;
At the Arm Bridge;
Quaint Dutch Village;
Stanyan;
The Baronet of Armdale;
Jubilee Estate;
Rosebank;
The Priory;
A New Boating Club;
Panmure and Dalhousie;
Studley Quoit Club;
First Illumination at the Arm;
The Collins Estate;
Modern Villas at the Arm;
An Old Indian Feast;
Aquatics at the Arm;
A Strange Elopement;
Lights and Shades.

The printer is not noted, but an adv.states : "This Book was Bound by Phillips and Marshall, Book Binders, Bedford Row, Halifax, N.S." Rubbed and lightly stained, internal cracking, else very good. 45.00

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146 REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm First Edition
McAlpine, 1908, 
REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm,(Illustrated) and with Panoramic Folder of the Arm. First Edition. Halifax : McAlpine Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908. Pp (4),v-x,(2),[1]-191,(1),+ 32 plates (1 folding and captioned "A Canadian Valhalla"). Small 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to front and spine. Watters p.727, Rhodenizer p.565. Vaison p.72 for 2nd ed 1909. Regan (1873-1945).

Contents :
Naming the Arm;
Pryor Property;
The Waegwoltic;
St.Mary's Aquatic Club;
Birchdale;
Thornvale;
N.W.A.R.C. and H.A.B.C.;
Oaklands;
Belmont Estate;
Marlborough Woods;
Fernwood and Maplewood;
Pine Hill College;
Bilton Cottage;
Emscote, Howe's Birthplace;
The Old Penitentiary;
Point Pleasant Park;
Ferries at the Arm;
Queen's Quarries, Herring Cove and Purcell's Cove;
Saraguay Club;
Thos. W. Lawson's Ancestors;
Story of the Royal Oak;
Boldrewood - Bishop's Cottage;
Jollimore Village;
The Dingle;
Tower Point;
Melville Military Prison;
Hosterman's;
A Manufacturing Centre;
A Hero of the Indian Mutiny [Sergeant Macnamara];
The Rocking Stone;
Northwest Arm in 1784;
The First American Zoo;
Armview, formerly Lakewood;
At the Arm Bridge;
Quaint Dutch Village;
Stanyan;
The Baronet of Armdale;
Jubilee Estate;
Rosebank;
The Priory;
A New Boating Club;
Panmure and Dalhousie;
Studley Quoit Club;
First Illumination at the Arm;
The Collins Estate;
Modern Villas at the Arm;
An Old Indian Feast;
Aquatics at the Arm;
A Strange Elopement;
Lights and Shades.

Pp 183-191 are advertisements for oc al businesses with the last being for McAlpine Publishing and ending with :"We do work that appeals to the proper pride of our patrons, both brains a nd conscience going into our work. This book was printed by us." Light wearto spine ends and extremities, short tears to outer margins of pages 5-33, fore-edge of folding panorama leaf repaired, old owner's name on flyleaf, else very good. 100.00

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Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm.  Hounslow edition in dustjacket, REGAN, John W.
147 REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm. Hounslow edition in dustjacket
Hounslow Press, Willowdale, ON, 1978, 1978 
REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm, (Illustrated) and with Panoramic Folder of the Arm. Willowdale, Ontario : Hounslow Press, A Division of Anthony R. Hawke Limited, May 1978. [Fourth Edition]. Pp (8),vii-x,(2),[1]-191,(1), with 29 unpaginated leaves of illustrations. Maps. Small 8vo, pebbled green cloth, gilt lettering to front and spine.

1st edition was 1908.

Watters p.727, Rhodenizer p.565.
Vaison p.72 for 2nd ed 1909.

Regan (1873-1945).

N.B.: Despite the title page, this edition did not have the folding panorama.

Contents :
Naming the Arm;
Pryor Property;
The Waegwoltic;
St.Mary's Aquatic Club;
Birchdale;
Thornvale;
N.W.A.R.C. and H.A.B.C.;
Oaklands;
Belmont Estate;
Marlborough Woods;
Fernwood and Maplewood;
Pine Hill College;
Bilton Cottage;
Emscote, Howe's Birthplace;
The Old Penitentiary;
Point Pleasant Park;
Ferries at the Arm;
Queen's Quarries, Herring Cove and Purcell's Cove;
Saraguay Club;
Thos. W. Lawson's Ancestors;
Story of the Royal Oak;
Boldrewood - Bishop's Cottage;
Jollimore Village;
The Dingle;
Tower Point;
Melville Military Prison;
Hosterman's;
A Manufacturing Centre;
A Hero of the Indian Mutiny [Sergeant Macnamara];
The Rocking Stone;
Northwest Arm in 1784;
The First American Zoo;
Armview, formerly Lakewood;
At the Arm Bridge;
Quaint Dutch Village;
Stanyan;
The Baronet of Armdale;
Jubilee Estate;
Rosebank;
The Priory;
A New Boating Club;
Panmure and Dalhousie;
Studley Quoit Club;
First Illumination at the Arm;
The Collins Estate;
Modern Villas at the Arm;
An Old Indian Feast;
Aquatics at the Arm;
A Strange Elopement;
Lights and Shades.

Pp.183-191 are advertisements with the last being for McAlpine Publishing and ending with : "We do work that appeals to the proper pride of our patrons, both brains and conscience going into our work. This book was printed by us."

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148 REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions. Hounslow Ed., no dj
Hounslow Press, 1978, 
REGAN, John W. Sketches and Traditions of the Northwest Arm, (Illustrated) and with Panoramic Folder of the Arm. Willowdale, Ont.: Hounslow Press, A Division of Anthony R. Hawke Limited, May 1978. [Fourth Edition]. Pp (8), vii-x, (2), [1]-191, (1), with 29 unpaginated leaves of illustrations. Maps. Sm.8vo, green cloth. 1st ed 1908. Watters p.727, Rhodenizer p.565. Vaison p.72 for 2nd ed 1909. Regan (1873-1945). N.B.: Despite the title page, this edition did not have the fldg panorama.: Naming the Arm; Pryor Property; The Waegwoltic; St.Mary's Aquatic Club; Birchdale; Thornvale; N.W.A.R.C. and H.A.B.C.; Oaklands; Belmont Estate; Marlborough Woods; Fernwood and Maplewood; Pine Hill College; Bilton Cottage; Emscote, Howe's Birthplace; The Old Penitentiary; Point Pleasant Park; Ferries at the Arm; Queen's Quarries, Herring Cove and Purcell's Cove; Saraguay Club; Thos. W. Lawson's Ancestors; Story of the Royal Oak; Boldrewood - Bishop's Cottage; Jollimore Village; The Dingle; Tower Point; Melville Military Prison; Hosterman's; A Manufacturing Centre; A Hero of the Indian Mutiny [Sergeant Macnamara]; The Rocking Stone; Northwest Arm in 1784; The First American Zoo; Armview, formerly Lakewood; At the Arm Bridge; Quaint Dutch Village; Stanyan; The Baronet of Armdale; Jubilee Estate; Rosebank; The Priory; A New Boating Club; Panmure and Dalhousie; Studley Quoit Club; First Illumination at the Arm; The Collins Estate; Modern Villas at the Arm; An Old Indian Feast; Aquatics at the Arm; A Strange Elopement; Lights and Shades. Pp.183-191 are advertisements with the last being for McAlpine Publishing and ending with : "We do work that appeals to the proper pride of our patrons, both brains and conscience goinginto our work. This book was printed by us." Name, else vg. 20.00

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149 ROBERTS, Craig. DOUGLAS, Stuart Shipshape Portsmouth. An article in In Britain : Official Magazine of the British Tourist Authority, August / September 2001
British Connection, Inc., Landisburg, PA, 2001, 
ROBERTS, Craig. “Shipshape Portsmouth.” An article in In Britain : OfficialMagazine of the British Tourist Authority, August/September 2001, pp 16-21 , with 10 photos. Landisburg, PA : The British Connection, Inc., 2001. Pp (2),3-82,(2), including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustratedstaple wrappers. As Hampshire prepares for this year's International Festi val of the Sea, Craig Roberts reports on the rejuvenation of Portsmouth Harbour. Also, “When the boat comes in” by Stuart Douglas, skipper of the footpassenger ferry on the Teign estuary in Devon (pp 64-67, with 5 photos). V ery good. 6.00

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150 ROBERTS, Franklin B. and John GILLESPIE GILLESPIE, John Boats We Rode ill. card covers
Quadrant Press, 1974, 
ROBERTS, Franklin B. and John GILLESPIE. The Boats We Rode : A Quarter Century of New York's Excursion Boats and Ferries. NY: Quadrant Press, 1974. Pp 100, including numerous b/w photographs. 4to, illustrated card covers. "Represented are all the passenger boats that operated in NewYork during the past 25 years, arranged by managing company. While not a corporate history, nor a detailed study of each vessel, it is intended as a pictorial review highlighting the careers of each ship." -from the Introduction. Lightly rubbed, ow vg. 60.00

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Channel Ferry : Advantages and Feasibility of a Train-Ferry between Englandand France , RODAKOWSKI, Ernest de (comp.)
151 RODAKOWSKI, Ernest de (comp.) Channel Ferry : Advantages and Feasibility of a Train-Ferry between Englandand France
Harrison & Sons, London, 1905, 
RODAKOWSKI, Ernest de (comp.). "The Channel Ferry" : Advantages and Feasibility of a Train-Ferry between England and France. L.: Harrison & Sons, (1905). Pp. (i)-xv, [1], (1)-236 + 72 leaves of plates. Large 8vo, green cloth with a pictorial panel on front board. A large volume outlining the plans for the linking of England and France by rail through the use of various train-ferries. Contents: I) Unbroken Communication Between England and France ; II) Previous Attempts at Solving the Problem ; III) Existing Train-Ferries ; IV) The Dover-Calais Train-Ferry Scheme of 1905 ; V) Traffic and Revenue Estimates ; VI) Capital and Expenditure Estimates ; VII) Trade and Traffic - Method of Compiling Statistics ; VIII) Trade and Traffic - Figures and Conclusions. Includes a large appendix of letters and other opinion pieces by various dignitaries, both in favour of and opposed to the proposed train-ferries. Still in its original binding. Minor edgewear, slightly cocked, white text faded from spine, inner hinges cracked, else vg. 400.00

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152 Saint John, New Brunswick Report & Accounts of the Corporation of the City of Saint John For Year Ending December 31st 1924.
Published by Order of the Common Council, Saint John, N.B., 1925, 
(Saint John, New Brunswick). Report & Accounts of the Corporation of the City of Saint John For Year Ending December 31st 1924. [Saint John, N.B.] : Published by Order of the Common Council, [1925]. Pp (2),[1]-328,[i]-vii,(3). 8vo, black full limp leather, rounded corners, gilt lettering to front board and spine, all edges dyed red. Contents : Mayors of Saint John; Civic Government; Report of the Comptroller; Report of the Chamberlain; Chamberlain's Accounts: Property and Plant Account - Treasury Department Accounts - Harbour, Ferries and Public Lands Department - Public Works Department Accounts - Public Safety Department Accounts - Water and Sewerage Department Accounts - County Accounts - The Power Commission of the City of Saint John; Report of Commissioners of Finance and Public Affairs; Report of Commissioners of Harbours, Ferries, and Public Lands; Report of Commissioner of Water and Sewerage; Report of Commissioner of Public Safety; Report of Commissioner of Public Works; Report Report of Free Public Library; Report of the Auditor on the Books and Accounts of the Board of School Trustees. Herbert F. Wardroper, Esquire, Common Clerk's copy, with his name in gilt to front cover. Spine sunned and faded, edges worn, else very good. 65.00

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153 SANBORN, Janet Coe (ed.) Inland Seas : Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society. Vol.23, No. 1, Spring - 1967
Great Lakes Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio, 1967, 
SANBORN, Janet Coe (ed.). Inland Seas : Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society. Volume 23, Number. 1, Spring - 1967. Cleveland, Ohio : Great Lakes Historical Society, 1967. Pp (2),3-88. Illustrated. 8vo, bluestapled cardcovers, lettered in dark blue. Contents : A Canaller's Soliloq uy (by Anna G. Young); An Extraordinary Case of Salvage (by William Vessey); Turret Boats (by Fred Landon); The Great Lakes: Molders ot Industry (by Bertram B. Lewis); Whalesback Rock (by W. R. Williams); Steamer Japan Weathers October Storm (by Ernest H. Rankin); Spring Along Lake Erie (bv Constance Sheehan); Car Ferries Cross Lake Michigan (by Earl J. Fillian); A New Steamboat Line; Arcole, Mill Town of the 1800's (by David Vormelker); The Great Lakes in Nikes' National Register; Revenue Cutters; Marine Monster: The George T. Hope; Great Lakes Calendar; —J r Changes in Name and Operation; November Storm, 1966; Paterson Sailors Memorial; Ships Convey Greetings; TheGreat Lakes Historical Society; The Great Lalakes Historical Society Museu m, Vermilion, Ohic; Letters to the Editor; Great Lakes Round Table; Book Reviews. Very good. 30.00

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154 Sea Breezes) BONSOR, N.R.P. RHODES, Herbert BROWN, Richard Edwin Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 24 July to December 1957. in dj
Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1957, 
(Sea Breezes). Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 24 July to December 1957. Liverpool: Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1957. Pp. 476, including index. Illustrated. Double column. Small 8vo, green cloth, gilt to spine. Of interest: N.R.P. Bonsor's "Red Star of the Western Ocean" (pp.22-49); "Fortunes of France, Fenwick and Co. Ltd." (pp.104-122, 180-203);Herbert Rhodes' "Lament for the Keel" (pp.158-165, 288-292, 364-369 on the Humber keel) ; Richard Edwin Brown's "San Francisco Bay Ferries" (pp.260-2 83); George J. Drury's "Sixty Miles from Spurn" on the port of Goole (pp.336-355); E.W. Paget-Tomlinson's "Liverpool's Shipping Collection" (ship models, pp.414-423); E.C.B. Thornton's "Bombay Coastal Services" ( pp.424-438);J.H. Isherwood's "The Sierra Salvada of 1912", "The Kaiser Friedrich: A Sa d Career", "Guion Line's Arizona", "The Unfortunate Royal George", "The Czar of 1912", "Blue Funnel Liner Nestor". Many shorter pieces and the usual departments. Vg in vg dj. 50.00

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Niagara Portage Road : A History of the Portage on the West Bank of the Niagara River.  First Edition in dustjacket, signed., SEIBEL, George A. SEIBEL, Olive M., ed.
155 SEIBEL, George A. SEIBEL, Olive M., ed. Niagara Portage Road : A History of the Portage on the West Bank of the Niagara River. First Edition in dustjacket, signed.
City of Niagara Falls Canada, Niagara Falls, ON, 1990, ISBN:0969045743 1990 0969045743 / 9780969045748 
SEIBEL, George A. The Niagara Portage Road : A History of the Portage on the West Bank of the Niagara River. Olive M. Seibel, editor. Niagara Falls, ON : The City of Niagara Falls Canada, 1990. Pp. i-[xi],(1),1-370. Illustrated, occasionally in colour. Double column. Large 8vo, red leatherette with gilt lettering to front and spine.

"As early as 1788 merchant traders began carrying their goods in ox-drawn wagons along the west or British bank [of the Niagara River], beginning at the Lower Landing, present day Queenston, by-passing the Falls until they reached Chippewa, where the Niagara River was once again navigable. On March 31, 1790, the route they used officially became a road, the one we know today as the Portage Road. The Niagara Portage Road is published to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the portage on the west bank becoming an official road.

This book recounts the events which took place on or near this road, from its beginning. A regularly scheduled stage-coach service, operated along the Portage Road as early as 1796, almost twenty years before there was a regular stage-coach service operating out of present-day Toronto. During the War of 1812, battles were fought along the Road at Queenston Heights, Chippawa and Lundy's Lane. At that time even sailing ships were portaged over the Road!" - from the dustjacket.

Contents:
The Falls and the East Bank Portage;
The British Portage on the East Bank;
The West Bank Portage;
Our Early Settlers;
The Portage Road;
Early Pioneer Life;
The Portage Road and the War of 1812;
Portage Road Industries - Bridgewater Mills;
The Portage Road, Travel, Hotels, Tourism, After the War of 1812;
CIty of the Falls;
Erie & Ontario Rail Road;
Niagara River Ferries ( pp. 99-130): Queenston Ferry, Niagara Falls Ferries, Fort Erie Ferries;
Queenston;
Queenston and the War of 1812;
Queenston After the War of 1812;
Queenston and the Lake Boats (pp. 169-196);
Queenston's Historic Houses;
Chippawa;
Chippawa and the War of 1812;
Chippawa After the War of 1812;
Chippawa Becomes a Shipbuilding and Industrial Centre (pp. 219-234);
Stamford; Earl y Stamford Schools; Early Stamford Churches;
An Early Stamford Merchant;
Stamford Village Plan;
Stamford Green;
The Portage Road Oak Tree;
Drummondville.

With notes, bibliography, and appendices.

Very good in dustjacket. Signed without inscription by Seidel on the half-title leaf. 45.00



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156 SHAND, Gwendolyn Vaughan Historic Hants County. First Edition
Petheric Press, Halifax, 1979, 1979 
SHAND, Gwendolyn Vaughan. Historic Hants County. [Windsor, Nova Scotia] : (Published by the Author), 1979. First Edition. "Distributed by Petheric Press Ltd.". " Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Ltd." Pp (10),1-167,(3). With 2 maps and 5 b&w photos in the text. 8vo (153 x 229 mm), art- and photo-illustrated grey & brown cardcovers, with dak grey lettering to spine.

Gwendolyn Vaughan Shand (b. September 5. 1891, Windsor, Nova Scotia - d. August 5, 1982, Windsor, Nova Scotia).

Foreword,
General Introduction.

Of nautical interest: "Windsor: Centre of Shipbuilding" (41-60), and
"The Ferries of River Avon, Hants County, Nova Scotia" (61-78).

Also "The Development of the Gypsum Industry in Hants County, Nova Scotia" (pp.79-134);
"Windsor Industry and Trade, 1849-1979" (pp.135-164).

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157 SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 252, Winter 2004, Vol. 61, No. 4
Steamship Historical Society of America, Providence, Rhose Island, 2004, 
SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 252, Winter 2004, Vol. 61, No. 4. Providence, RI : Steamship Historical Society of America, 2004. Pp (3),[260]-338,(2), including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Keeping Up Steam; A Kinder Gentler Time; New York Ferry Renaissance; Swiss Revival: Paddle Steamers; Setback for Medway Queen; plus Regional reports. Very good. 6.50

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158 SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 253, Spring 2005, Vol. 62, No. 1
Steamship Historical Society of America, Providence, Rhose Island, 2005, 
SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 253, Spring 2005, Vol. 62, No. 1. Providence, RI : Steamship Historical Society of America, 2005. Pp [1]-82,(2), including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Keeping Up Steam; Monterey; Washington State Ferries (Route-By-Route Data; 2004 Fleet Roster); Mystery Photo; NYC Private Ferry Operations; The Montauk Line; Annual Fund Contributors; plus Regional reports. Very good. 6.50

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159 SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 256, Winter 2005, Vol. 62, No. 4.
Steamship Historical Society of America, Providence, Rhose Island, 2005, 
SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 256, Winter 2005, Vol. 62, No. 4. Providence, RI : Steamship Historical Society of America, 2005. Pp (3),[256]-334,(2), including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Keeping Up Steam; SS France and SS Norway; The Staten Island Ferry; SSHSA 2005 Awards; plus Regional reports. Very good. 6.50

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Catalogue of World Ferry, Ship, and Canal Transportation Tokens and Passes.  First Edition, SMITH, Kenneth E SMITH, Kirk S., comp. & ed.
160 SMITH, Kenneth E SMITH, Kirk S., comp. & ed. Catalogue of World Ferry, Ship, and Canal Transportation Tokens and Passes. First Edition
1981, 1981 
SMITH, Kenneth E. and Kirk S. SMITH, (comps. & eds.). Catalogue of World Ferry, Ship, and Canal Transportation Tokens and Passes. Redondo Beach, California : The author, 1981. First Edition. Pp 202. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to front & spine.

Surely a landmark in the field of nautical numismatics: an exhaustive, detailed, descriptive account of the world's ferry and canal tokens. Included among the exotica from Poland and Peru are the humble Dartmouth Ferry Commission tokens that wore through my pockets as a boy.

Some blistering to front board, else very good. 140.00


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