New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1917. Hardcover. First Edition. 467 pp. 4 pp. pub ads. Bright gilt on spine. Spine ends slightly creased. Bottom corners bumped, upper corners just slightly worn. White mark on back cover. Small p.o. on ffep. Contents clean and tight, ever so lightly aged. Essayists in the collection also include George H. Mead, Boyd H. Bode, Henry Waldgrave Stuart, James Hayden Tufts, and Horace M. Kallen. Very nice copy of a scarce title. Very Good.
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1916. Hardcover. First Edition. First Printing. 246 pp. 8vo. Blue cloth boards with light scuffing, gold embossed titling to spine. Clean within. A publication series, "Yale Lectures on the Responsibilities of Citizenship."
Ownership signature, "Flora Whitney Camp Togus 1916"on first free endpaper. Flora Whitney was the daughter of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, sculptor and founder of the Whitney Museum of Art. Very Good.
Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1912. Hardcover. First Edition. 83 pp. Blind-stamped, bright gilt lettering on spine. Blind-stamped ruled border on front and rear covers. Covers, particularly rear, are very slightly scuffed. Spine ends and corners are slightly worn. Edges are slightly soiled. Brief, pencil inscription on ffep. Interior is very slightly aged, but clean, crisp and tight. Very Good.
Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 1895. Hard Cover. First Edition. 1035 pp. Black cover with blindstamped rules appears to have title info blindstamped on spine. Spine a little worn, corners bumped. Front hinge slightly loose. Light foxing here and there. Part of the Report of the Census Office of the Department of the Interior, this book is entirely statistics on crime and poverty, including penal institutions as well as "almshouses" and similar shelters. Tabulated by states and in some cases, by city. Very Good.