In addition to our areas of focus, Michael J. Osborne Books buys and sells a continuously-changing inventory of irresistible antiquarian books. Founded in 2004, we are on-line, available by appointment, and have a presence at the Antiques Center at Savage Mill, 8600 Foundry Street, Savage, MD 20763. We also consult on collection building and the conservation and preservation of books.
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by [Franklin D. Roosevelt] 1932 Presidential Campaign(click for more details)
Living issues of the campaign of 1900: its men and principles : covering every phase of the vital questions of the day: expansion and our new possessions, trusts and monopolies, imperialism, war taxes, etc. : including the platforms of all parties and biographies of the presidential candidates : together with a portrait gallery of national celebrities, comprising phototype and other portraits of all former presidents and leading statesmen of our times: the whole forming a complete handbook of political information, voter's guide, and instructor
by (1900) Prescott, Lawrence and James R. YoungHarrisburg : The Minter Company , 1900 (click for more details)
by (Voting) Benton, Josiah HenryBoston : Privately Printed , 1915 (click for more details)
The History of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington as First President of the United States
by (George Washington) Bowen, Clarence, ed.New York : D. Appleton and Company , 1892 (click for more details)
The Invisible Empire: Part I. A new, illustrated, and enlarged edition of A Fool's Errand, by one of the fools ; the famous historical romance of life in the South since the war. Part II. A concise review of recent events, showing the elements on which the tale is based with many thrilling and personal narratives and other startling facts and considerations, including an account of the rise, extent, purpose, methods, and deeds of the mysterious Ku-Klux Klan ; all fully authenticated.
by (1880) Tourgee, Albion W.New York : Fords, Howard & Hulbert , 1880 (click for more details)