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This is an assemblage of unusual and offbeat books, documents, and manuscripts relating (mostly) to the sea and its history. Highlights include a couple of WW I Navy recruiting posters (by Charles Dana Gibson and Gordon Grant), a rare map of Newfoundland, some early 18th century New England manuscript material, a bound collection of photographic sales catalogs of ethnographic material from around the world, and a letter sheet featuring Ann Thornton, female marine. Lowlights are a small collection of 19th century suicide related material.
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Sitting around the office this afternoon, struggling to finish Maritime List 311, wondering at the same time what I’d do for a blog entry today, when the phone rang. It was Eve Lemon, promoter of last month’s successful Georgetown Book Fair. I blogged … More >>