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19487.) ->Charter and General Ordinances of the Town of Salem, Roanoke County Virginia, 1955. HC:: , 1955.
380 pgs., $10 Spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy.

23530.) ->The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia: Hisorian's
Report, 1968-69. PB:Privately printed.: , 1969. 26 pgs., $2.5 Wraps phamplet, a v/g copy.

19686.) ->Transactions of the Thirty-First Medical Society of Virginia, Held in Roanoke, Virginia, September 15-17,
1903 HC:Williams Printing Co.: Richmond, 1904. 1st Edition 362 pgs., $15 Slight soiling of cover but overall
retains a bright green cover. There is also 120 pp. containing a Biographical Register of the Fellows.

31841.) ->The History Club of Virginia Tech, 1872-2006. A mint copy in a near fine d/j. D/J has 2 small tears.

33166.) ADDINGTON, LUTHER F. and EMORY L. HAMILTON:. ->Indian Raids and Massacres of Southwest Virginia.
A very fine copy.

19669.) ADDINGTON, LUTHER F.: ->The Story of Wise County Virginia. HC:Overmountain Press: Johnson City, TN,
1988. Rep. Edition 308 pgs., $22.95 A mint copy. This reprint copy contains an index.

19527.) ADDINGTON, ROBERT M.: ->A History of Scott County Virginia. HC:Overmountian Press: Johnson City, TN,
1992. Rep. Edition 362 pgs., $24.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j..

20825.) ALLEN, Compiler and Editor CHARLLOTTE: ->Virginia. PB:Dept. of Agriculture & Immigration: Richmond,
n.d.. 264 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Publication was compiled under the direction of George A. Koiner.

23525.) ALLEY, REUBEN E.: ->Frederic W. Boatwright. HC:Unversity of Richmond: Richmond, 1973. 1st Edition 141
pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g /dj.

33187.) ALVEY, Jr. EDWARD: ->History of Mary Washington College, 1908-1972. HC:Univeristy of Virginia Press:
Charlottesville, Va., 1974. 1ST Edition 682 pgs., $7.5 Signed by author, name on inside cover, spine slightly
concaved, o/w a v/g copy in a good plus d/j. D/J has chipping with small pieces missing on spine. Spine sli

19583.) ANDREWS, M. CARL: ->No Higher Honor: The Story of Mills E. Goodwin, Jr.. HC:Dietz Press: , 1970. 207
pgs., $7.5 Signed by author, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

19715.) ASSOCIATION for the PRESERRVATION OF VIRGINIA ANTIQUITIES PUBLICATION:->Yeare Booke of the
Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, 1951-1959. PB:Whittet and Shepperson: Richmond, 1959.
126 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This publication features the festivities of the 350th anniversary of the landing at
Jamestown at which Queen Elizabeth II made a visit.

32084.) ATKINSON, FRANK B.: ->The Dynamic Dominion: Realignment and the Rise of Virginia's Republican Party
Since 1945. Ex-library, o/w a fine copy.

19657.) BAGBY, GEORGE W.: ->The Old Virginia Gentleman and Other Sketches. HC:Dietz Press: Richmond,
1945. 4th Edition 308 pgs., $6 A v.g copy in a good d/j. D/J has heavy chipping on top edge and spine is very
faded. Front of d/j is fairly bright except for top edges and has illustration depicitng the Old South with a black porter
standing outside a carriage.
32545.) BAILEY, HAROLD H.: ->The Birds of Virginia. Ex-library, spine cocked but remains a tight copy. Outside
cover has faded spots and wear top & bottom of spine, o/w a good plus copy. Books had 14 full color plates, one map
and 108 Half-tones taken from nature and a map. Book treats 185 species and subspecies: all the birds breed within
the State.ook dea
19626.) BAKE, WILLIAM A.: ->The Blue Ridge. PB:Oxmoor House: , 1984. 112 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g

19653.) BALL, BONNIE: ->The Melungeons. PB:Overmountain Press: Johnson City, TN, 1992. 3rd Edition 114
pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Contians illustrations by Randy Hodge.

30422.) BARKSDALE, LENA: ->That Country Called Virginia. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 1951. 3RD Edition 250
pgs., $6 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy.
33704.) BEDSAUL, F. CLYDE: ->Spring Valley. A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has some fading and has an inch
tear on back cover. However, back of d/j has a nice photo of author and front has cover has a nice photo of Spring

19632.) BODINE, A. AUBREY: ->The Face of Virginia. HC:Bodine & Associates: , 1963. 176 pgs., $15 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has been kept in a cellophane cover. Aniother copy, $10.00, a v/g plus copy.

34006.) BOLEY, HENRY: ->Lexington In Old Virginia Name on inside cover, fraying top and bottom of spine, very
slight cracking on inside cover that has been repaired, very light water stain bottom tip of first 20 pages, o/w the book
is a tight v/g copy. No d/j. Front cover of cover has 2 Confederate flags embossed that retain bright colors.

20571.) BOWMAN, PAUL HAYNES: ->Brethren Education in the Southeast: An Account of the Educational
Endeavors Among the Brethern People HC:Bridgewater College,: Bridgewater, VA., 1955. 337 pgs., $7.5 A v/g

34022.) BOYLE, Compiler ANDREW J.: ->The Church In the Fork: A History of Historic Little Fork Church. A mint
copy. No dust jacket.

28086.) BOYLE, SARAH PATTON: ->The Desegregated Heart: A Virginian's Stand in Time of Transition.
HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1963. 3rd Edition 364 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.



34021.) BROWN, WILLIAM MOSELEY: ->Freemasonry In Winchester, Virginia, 1768-1948. HC:McClure Printing Co.:
Staunton, VA, 1979. 2nd Edition 284 pgs., $15 Inscription on title page, o/w a v/g plus copy. No d/j.

31475.) BRUCE, PHILIP ALEXANDER: ->Institutional History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century, 2 Volume Set.
HC:G. P.. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1910. 1st Edition 1404 pgs., $125 Gilt top edges, book plates on insive
covers, both volumes are v/g plus copies.diee

29983.) BRUCE, PHILIP ALEXANDER: ->The Virginia Plutarch: The Colonial and Revolutionary Eras. HC:University
North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1929. 1st Edition 328 pgs., $25 Outside cover including spine fhas faded
spots, o/w a v/g copy. This is Volume I of of a 2 volume work.

29984.) BRUCE, PHILIP ALEXANDER: ->The Virginia Plutarch: The National Era. HC:University North Carolina
Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1929. 1ST Edition 352 pgs., $25 Cover and spine of faded spots, o/w a v/g copy. This is

19495.) BUCKLEN, MARY KEGLEY & LARRIE: ->County Courthouses of Virginia: Old and New. PB:Pictorial
Histories Publishing Co.: Charleston, WVA, 1988. 115 pgs., $16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

23902.) BULLARD, Ed. CECILIA E. M.: ->Goochland County Historical Society Magazine, Volume 24.
PB:Goochland County Historical Society: Goochland, VA, 1992. 116 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

32390.) BYRD, Jr. HARRY F.: ->Defying the Odds: An Independent Senator's Historic Campaign. HC:R. R. Donnelly
& Sons: Harrionsburg, Va., 1998. 1ST Edition 100 pgs., $5 Inscription on enpaper, o/w a mint copy in a mint d/j.
Inscription may be that of the author.t

32492.) BYRD, RAWLS: ->History of Pulic Schools in Williamsburg. Wraps trade ed., ex-library, a v/g copy.

25858.) CABELL, JAMES BRANCH: ->As I Rembmber It: Some Epilogues in Recollection. HC:McBride Company:
New York, 1955. 243 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

19558.) CABELL, JAMES: ->Let me Lie. HC:Farrar, Straus, and Co.: New York, 1947. 286 pgs., $35 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g d/j. This is the Virginia Edition.

34199.) CARR, JESS: ->Ship Ride Down the Spring Branch and Other Stories.. Name on enpaper and a
bookplate has been removed on same enpaper leaving a light mark, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

23901.) CHAMBERLAIN, SAMUEL: ->Springtime in Virginia. HC:Hastings House: New YOrk, 1947. 280 pgs., $12
A v/g copy. Photgraphs are by Samuel Chamberlain and there is an introduction by Virginius Dabney.
20833.) CHANDLER, J. A. C. & T. B. THAMES: ->Colonial Virginia. HC:Times-Dispatch: Richmond, VA, 1907. 388
pgs., $10 Gilt top edge, fraying of top & bottom of spine, tips of corner bent and have wear, cracking of spine
repaired so that book is tight, a good plus copy.

34018.) CHILDRESS, W. LOMAX: ->Mountain Laurel and Other Poems. Pages edges show light foxing, o/w a v/g

29959.) CHRISTIAN, W. ASBURY: ->Richmond: Her Past and Present. HC:L. H. Jenkins: Richmond, Va., 1912. 1ST
Edition 618 pgs., $60 Gilt top edge, a fine copy.

28323.) CLARK, ELIZABETH F.: ->Compacts of Virginia. Wraps, a trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

19671.) CLEMONS, HARRY: ->The University of Virginia Library, 1825-1950: Story of a Jeffersonian Foundation.
HC:Univeristy of Virginia Press: , 1954. 229 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

27145.) CORDELL, ANN HARMON: ->Letters from Chatham: A Chatham Hall Girl's Classic Story of Boarding School
Life, 1917-1920. PB:Chatham Hall: Chatham, VA, 1989. 82 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Outside

22978.) CRUSH, Compiler & Editor CHARLES W.: ->The Montgomery County Story, 1776-1957. PB:Montgomrey
Museum and Art Museum: Christiansburg, VA, 2000. Rep. Edition 167 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This
edition has a 48 page index done by Dorothy H. Bodell.

29974.) CUTCHINS, JOHN A.: ->Memories of Old Richmond, 1881-1944. Underneath author's name on enpaer is
rank and squadron which may or may not be the author's writing, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g dj.

19595.) DABNEY, VIRGINIUS: ->Pistols and Pointed Pens: The Dueling Editors of Old Virginia. HC:Algonquin
Books: Chapel Hill, NC, 1987. 193 pgs., $12 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

19706.) DABNEY, VIRGINIUS: ->Virginius Dabney's Virginia: Writings About the Old Dominion. HC:Algonquin Books:
, 1986. 197 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Photographs by John Theilgard.

26531.) DAVIS, CURTIS CARROLL: ->Chronicler of the Cavaliers: A Life of the Virginia Novelist Dr. Caruthers.
HC:Dietz Press: Richmond, VA, 1953. 570 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.

31486.) DAVIS, Ed. ARTHUR KYLE: ->Virginia Military Organizations in the World War With Supplement of
Distinguished Service. HC:Virginia War Commission: Richmond, VA., 1927. 1ST Edition 506 pgs., $49.5 Stamp of
Woman's Club of Richmond on top edge, and Date Due form has been removed from back enpaper, leaving light
glue marks, o/w a v/g copy. Outside dover very bright.
19480.) DAVIS, J. LEE: ->Bits of History and Legend Around and About the Natural Bridge of Virginia from 1730 to
1950. HC:Brown Morrison Co.: Lynchburg, 1949. 138 pgs., $20 A v/g copy in a good d/j. D/J has piece msiing top
of spine & front tip of cover, also very chipped.

34001.) DAVIS, RICHARD BEALE: ->Intellectual Life In Jefferson's Virginia, 1790-1830. HC:University of Tennessee
Press: Knoxville, TN, 1972. 2nd Edition 507 pgs., $5.95 A very fine copy. No d/j.

26718.) DAVIS, SCOTT C.: ->The World of Patience Gromes: Making and Unmaking a Black Community.
HC:University Press of Kentucky: Lexington, KY, 1988. 222 pgs., $6 A very fine copy in a v/g plus d/j.

23526.) DIXON, MARGARET DENNY: ->The Numbered Years: Five Decades at James City. HC:Garrett & Massie:
Richmond, 1957. 1st Edition 234 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g /dj.

19629.) DODSON, E. GRIFFITH: ->The Capitol of the Commonwealth of Virginia at Richmond: Portraits, Statuary,
Inscriptions, & Biographical Sketches HC:Press of Whittet & Shepperson: Richmond, Va., 1937. 1st Edition 330 pgs.,
$20 Inscription on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy in a bright blue cover. Book is number 1,680 of 2,000 of the first
edition printed. Contains 133 illustrations.
34017.) DOHME, ALVIN: ->Shenandoah: The Valley Story. PB:Potomac Books: Washington, DC, 1973. REV.
Edition 248 pgs., $2.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

28988.) DOTSON, RAND: ->Roanoke, Virginia, 1882-1912: Magic City of the New South. HC:University of Tennessee
Press: Knoxville, TN, 2007. 1ST Edition 338 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

19640.) DOWDEY, CLIFFORD: ->The Great Plantation: A Profile of Berkeley Hundred and Plantation Virginia from
Jamestown to Appomattox. HC:Bonanza Books: New York, n.d.. Rep. Edition 320 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
The Bonanza book edition does not have the index which the Berkeley Plantation edition has.

33475.) DOWDEY, CLIFFORD: ->The Virginia Dynasties: The Emergence of King Carter and the Golden Age.
HC:Little Brown & co.: Boston, 1969. 1ST Edition 438 pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy. No dust jacket.

33402.) DOWNS, Compilers JANET BAUGHER & EARL J. DOWNS with PAT TURNER RITCHIE: ->Mills of
Rockingham, Volume II. HC:Harrionsburg-Rockingham Historical Society: Dayton, VA, 1998. 1ST Edition 688 pgs.,
$25 A mint copy in a laminated illustrated cover with the Hollen Mill on the front cover.

32380.) EBURNE, RICHARD, Edited by LOUIS B. WRIGHT:: ->A Plain Pathway to Plantations (1624). HC:Cornell
University Press: Ithaca, Ny, 1962. 1ST Edition 154 pgs., $7.5 A very fine copy in a v/g d/j. D/J faded but it has no

25223.) EDELHART, MICHAEL: ->The Virginians. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 232 pgs., $12
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

23895.) EDITORIAL COMMITTEE, ->The Historical Society of Fairfax County, Virginia, Inc., Volume 12, 1971-
1973. PB:Virginia Press: Fairfax City, VA, 1973. 145 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

19705.) EDMUNDS, POCAHONTAS WIGHT: ->Virginians Out Front: Woodrow Wilson, Carter Glass, Booker T.
Washington, Kate Waller Barrett, Virignia Randolph Ellett, Ellen Glasgow….. HC:Whittet & Shepperson: Richmond,
VA, 1972. 1st Edition 583 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

25165.) FARIELLO, ANNA & KATE RUBICK: ->Images of America: Christiansburg. PB:Arcadia Publishing:
Charleston, SC, 2005. 128 pgs., $18.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellect collection of photographs that
depict the growth and character of a rural, southwestern Virginia community.

19647.) FARISH, Ed. HUNTER DICKINSON: ->The Journal and Letters of Philip Vickers Fithian: A Plantation Tutor
of the Old Dominion, 1773-1774. n HC:Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.: Williamsburg, VA, 1957. 270 pgs., $20 A v/g

19590.) FARRAR, EMMIE FERGUSON: ->Old Virginia Houses Along the James. HC:Bonanza Books: New York, n.d..
Rep. Edition 231 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
19464.) FISHER, LOUISE: ->An Eighteenth-Century Garland: The Flower and Fruit Arrangements of Colonial
Williamsburg. HC:Colonial Williamsburg: Williamsburg, VA, 1951. 91 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy.

32458.) FISHWICK, MARSHALL W.: ->Virginia: A New Look at the Old Dominion. HC:Harper & Brothers: New York,
1959. 1ST Edition 305 pgs., $6 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy.

29982.) FORBES-LINDSAY, C. H.: ->John Smith, Gentleman Adventurer. HC:J. B. Lippincott & Co.: Philadelphia,
1907. 1ST Edition 304 pgs., $20 Bottom tips of 2 pages missing and most likely due to publisher defect as I
trimmed one page where page had protruded beyond outer edge, o/w a v/g copy. Illustrated by Harry B. Lachman.

29579.) FRIDDELL, GUY: ->Colgate Darden: Conversations with Guy Friddell. HC:University Press of Virginia:
Charolottesville, VA, 1978. 1ST Edition 256 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

31488.) FRIDDELL, GUY: ->Jackstraws. HC:Dietz Press: Richmond, VA, 1961. 1ST Edition 172 pgs., $5 A v/g plus

19678.) FRIDDELL, GUY: ->The Virginia Way. HC:Burda Gmbh.: West Germany, 1973. 231 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy

25824.) FUGATE, CLARA TALTON: ->The Legend of Natural Tunnel. PB:Pocahontos Press: Blacksburg, VA,
1986. 76 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Book is in English and Spainish.

31322.) GAMBLE, ROBERT S.: ->Sully: The Biography of a House. A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has small 3/4
inch tear on bottom edge.ar

33531.) GAMBLE, ROBERT S.: ->Sully: The Biography of a House. Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

32656.) GARRETT, WENDELL D.: ->Thomas Jefferson Redivivus. A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Photographs
by Joseph C. Farber.
32508.) GODWIN, Jr. MILLS E.: ->Selected Speeches of the Honorable Mills E. Godwin, Jr.: Governor of Virginia,
1966-1970. Some of the speeches are checked or circled on Table of Contents pages, o/w a v/g copy. None of

32540.) GODWIN, KATHERINE: ->Living In a Legacy: Virginia's Executive Mansion. Signed by author, a fine copy

31483.) GOODWIN, MAUD WILDER: ->The Colonial Cavalier Or Southern Life Before the Revolution. HC:Lovell,
Coryell & Co.: New York, 1894. 1ST Edition 304 pgs., $35 Gilt top edge, bright outside cover though very slight
fading on spine, h Arms of Captain John Smith embossed in gold on front cover, inscription on enpaper to Mrs.
Elizabeth Lyons dated 1894 given to her for her review of the book in the Richmond Dispatch, dated November28th,
1894. Book plate of Womans Club of Richmond on inside cover.
21557.) GOODWIN, RUTHERFOORD: ->A Brief and True Report Concerning Williamsburg in Virginia: Being An
Account of the Moft ..... HC:Auguft Dietz & Sons: Richmond, VA, 1941. Rep. Edition 406 pgs., $25 Bound copy

28197.) GOSE, GEORGE B.: ->Pioneers of the Virginia Bluegrass. HC:Kegley Books: Wytheville, VA, 2007. Rev.
Edition 460 pgs., $49.5 A mint copy. This is a revised edition of Gose's work which was done by Mary B. Kegley.

19691.) GOWING, MARY C.:A ->Virginia Beyond the Blue Ridge: A Pictorial Survey of Western Virginia.
HC:Commonwelath Press: Radord, 1974. 183 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy.

33698.) GREENE, JACK P.: ->Landon Carter: An Inquiry Into the Personal Values and Social Imperatives of the
Eighteenth Century Virginia Gentry. PB:University Press of Virginia: Charlottesville, VA, 1988. 4th Edition 98 pgs.,

23167.) GREENE, JACK P.: ->The Foundations of America: Political Life in Eighteenth-Century Virginia.
PB:Colonial Willaisburg Foundation: , 1986. 52 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

26610.) GUINNESS, DESMOND & JULIUS TROUSDALE SADLER, JR.->Mr. Jefferson, Architect. HC:Viking Press:
New York, 1974. 2nd Edition 177 pgs., $12.5 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

21865.) GUPTON, OSCAR W. & FRED C. SWOPE: ->Wildflowers of the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge
Mountains. HC:Univeristy of Virginia Press: Charlottesville, VA, 1979. 1st Edition 208 pgs., $10 A vg copy.

32504.) HALL, Jr. VIRGINIUS CORNICK: ->Portraits in the Collection of the Virginia Historical Society: A Catalogue.
HC:University Press of Virginia: Charlottesville, Va., 1981. 1ST Edition 283 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy in a v/g

19628.) HATCH, ALDEN: ->The Byrds of Virginia: An American Dynasty, 1670 to the Present.. HC:Holt Rienahrt
Winston: , 1969. 1st Edition 535 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

33458.) HAYNIE, MIRIAM: ->The Stronghold: A Story of Historic Northern Neck of Virginia and Its People. HC:Dietz
Press: Richmond, VA, 1964. 3td Edition 237 pgs., $6 Some scratch marks on outside cover, o/w a v/g copy. No
19614.) HERBERT, HIRAM J.: ->Shenandoah Life: Its First Fifty Years. HC:Whitter & Shepperson: Richmond, 1966.
102 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy.

23531.) HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURG FOUNDATION: ->Guidebook of Historic Fredericksburg Virginia: Official City
and Battlefield Maps. PB:Spur Press: Fredericksburg, VA, 1979. Rev. Edition 48 pgs., $3 Wraps trade size, a v/g

27078.) HISTORY MUSEUM and HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WESTERN VIRGINIA:->Journal, Volume XVI, No. 2.
PB:History Museum & Historical Society: Roanoke, n.d.. 84 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed, a fine copy.

34023.) HITCHCOCK, SUSAN TYLER: ->The University of Virginia: A Pictorial History. HC:University of Virginia
Press: Charlottesville, VA, 1999. 2nd Edition 254 pgs., $10 A very fine copy in a fine d/j. D/J has no chipping.

34117.) HODGES, ELISABETH WILSON: ->They Came to Rockingham. Inscirbed by the author, a very fine copy
in a very fine d/j.oy i

19560.) HOWE, DANIEL DUNBAR: ->Listen to the Mockingbird: The Life and Times of a Pioneer Virginia Family.
HC:Carr Publishing Co.: , 1961. 373 pgs., $25 A fine copy. No d/j as isued without one. A limited edition of
1,000 copies, this being 717 of 1,000 copies. There is a 34 page index in addition to the 373 pages.

19561.) HOWE, DANIEL DUNBAR: ->Lovely Mount Tavern-The Birth of a City and Something of the Early New River
Settlers. PB:Carr Publishing Co.: Boyce, Va., n.d.. 76 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

19523.) HUME, IVOR NOEL: ->Here Lies Virginia: An Archaeologist's View of Colonial Life and History. HC:Alfred A.
Knopf: , 1963. 1st Edition 317 pgs., $25 Owner's name stamped on bottom edge and front of d/j., o/w a v/g plus

19594.) HUNTLEY, ELIZABETH: ->Peninsula Pilgrimage: An Off-Beat Journey Through stately, Historic Virginia.
HC:Pyne Press: Princeton, NJ, 1941. 398 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

19504.) HURT, FRANK: ->Early Missions in Franklin County. PB:Franklin County Bicentennial Commission: Rocky
Mount, Va., 1976. 29 pgs., $5 Wraps typewritten monograph.

19673.) INGALLS, FAY: ->The Valley Road: The Story of Virginia Hot Springs. HC:World Publishing Co.: New York,
1949. 2nd Edition 293 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.

22982.) JAMES RIVER PROJECT COMMITTEE of the VIRGINIA ACADEMY of SCIENCE:->The James River Basin:
Past, Present and Future. HC:Virginia Acadmey of Science: Richmond, VA, 1950. 842 pgs., $25 A mint copy.
19713.) JEFFERS, JACK: ->windows to the Blue Ridge. PB:McClung Printers: Waynesboro, 1973. 1st Edition 0
pgs., $15 Signed by author, wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

19456.) JOHNSON, CHARLES A.: ->A Narrative History of Wise County, Virginia. HC:Overmountian Press: Johnson
City, TN, 1988. Rep. Edition 442 pgs., $27.95 A mint copy. This reprint edition has an index.

31101.) JOHNSON, Compiler JOHN M.: ->Records of the Freedman's Bureau In Wythe County, Virginia: A Complete
Compilation of the Freedmen's Bureau Records, February 27, 1866. Wraps mongraph in spiral binding, a mint
copy. Monography is indexed with over a 1,000 names of former slaves. It also includes a list of Ree Negroes and a
separate list of slaveholders. There are 6 photographs that have been photocopied for this publication.

19515.) JOHNSON, PATRICIA GIVENS: ->General Andrew Lewis of Roanoke and Greenbrier. PB:Walpa
Publishing: Blacksburg, 1994. 2nd Edition 259 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed. in spiral binding with an illustrated front

25103.) JOHNSON, PATRICIA GIVENS: ->James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists. HC:Jostens: Charlotte, NC,
2006. Rev. Edition 246 pgs., $20 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is a newly reprinted 3rd revised edition.

19575.) JOHNSON, PATRICIA GIVENS: ->Mountain Lake Resort, Book I, 1751-1900. HC:Walpa Publishing:
Blaacksburg, 1987. 90 pgs., $17.5 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has about an inch tear on the top and bottom of

19656.) JOHNSON, PATRICIA GIVENS: ->New River Settlements. HC:Walpa Publishing: Blacksburg, 1983. 232
pgs., $20 A mint copy.

19623.) JOHNSON, PATRICIA GIVENS: ->Techman of the Twenties. HC:Walpa Publishing: Blacksburg, 1990. 118
pgs., $15 A mint copy.

19712.) JOHNSON, PATRICIA GIVENS: ->William Preston and the Alleghany Patriots. HC:Walpa Publishing:
Blacksburg, 1992. Rep. Edition 318 pgs., $20 A mint copy.

19600.) JOHNSTON, MARY: ->Prisoners of Hope: A Tale of Colonial Virginia. HC:Houghton Mifflin: , 1900. 378
pgs., $6 Spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy.

34238.) JONES, NANCY BONDURANT: ->Rooted On Blue Stone Hill: A History of James Madison University.
HC:Center for American Places: Staunton, VA, 2004. 1ST Edition 288 pgs., $12.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
21485.) KALE, WILFORD and HARRY L. SMITH: ->Davis Y. Paschall: A Study in Leadership. HC:Dietz Press:
Richmond, Va, 1990. 188 pgs., $20 Signed by authors, a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.

29484.) KEGLEY, Compiler MARY B.: ->Free People of Colour: Free Negroes, Indians, Portuguese, and Freed
Slaves, Southwest Virginia.. Wraps monograph, a mint copy. This study includes a collection of information abut
Indian, Negro slavery, freed slaves, Free Negroes and one one Portuguese family found in the records of Southwest
Virginia.
29483.) KEGLEY, Compiler MARY B.: ->Zion Church, WytheCounty, Virginia: Annotated Baptism Records, 1791-
1835. PB:Kegley Books: Whytheville, VA, 1997. REP. Edition 98 pgs., $21.5 Wraps monogrpah, a fine copy.

22804.) KEGLEY, MARY B.: ->Early Adventurers in the Town of Evansham, The County Seat of Wythe County,
Virginia, 1790-1839, Volume IV. HC:Kegley Books: Wytheville, VA, 1998. 408 pgs., $49.5 A mint copy.

22585.) KEGLEY, MARY B.: ->Early Adventurers On the Western Waters, Vol. II, The New River of Virginia in
Pioneer Days, 1745-1800. HC:Gateway Books: Baltimore, MD., 2003. 2nd Edition 515 pgs., $59.5 A very fine
copy. No d/j. Contains marriage records of Montgomery County, 1777-1830, Commissioners' certificates for land
records of Montgomery County, lawsuits, wills, deeds, tax lists and other court records. Bibliography and complete
index.
22797.) KEGLEY, MARY B.: ->Early Adventurers On the Western Waters, Volume V. HC:Kegley Books: Wytheville,
VA, 2004. 750 pgs., $75 A mint copy. No d/j. This is a comprehensive work on th early settlers of the New River
with emphasis on the west and of Wythe County where more than ninety percent of the settlers were German-
speaking.
29623.) KEGLEY, MARY B.: ->Finding Their Way From the Great Road to the Wilderness, 1745-1796.
PB:Sheridan Books Inc.: Ann Arbor, MI, 2008. 1ST Edition 123 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Richly

20288.) KEGLEY, MARY B.: ->Free in Chains. PB:Kegley Books: Wytheville, Va, 2002. 266 pgs., $13.5 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. A novel based on the true story of an Indian girl taken from Powhatan County and sold as a
Negro slave to a slaveholder in Southwest Virginia.

22586.) KEGLEY, MARY B.: ->I Like Molly Tynes Whehter She Rode or Not and Twenty-Five Other Tall Tales and
Cherished Myths. PB:Kegley Books: Wytheville, VA, 2003. 72 pgs., $10.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book

32758.) KEGLEY, MARY: ->The Big Fort. PB:Journal Roanoke Valley Historical Society,e: 1978. REP. Edition 28
pgs., $10 Wraps reprint of this article by author that appeared in Vlume 10, No. 2 of the Journal of the Roanoke
Valley Historical Society in 1978. This booklet tells the story of Fort Chiswell, located in Whythe County from the
time of its first appearance until about 1831. It includes a few pages from the diary of Louis Philippe who later
became King of France and who vitied Southwest Virginia in 1797. Booklet has 111 footnotes and 4 illustrations.


34305.) KELLY, C. BRIAN: ->Best Little Stories from Virginia. PB:Cumberland House: Nashville, TN, 2003. 7th
Edition 440 pgs., $2.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

34015.) KELSO, WILLIAM M. with BEVERLY STRAUBE: ->Jamestown Rediscovery, 1994-2004. Wraps trade ed.,
25044.) KERR-RITCHIE, JEFFREY R.: ->Free People in the Tobacco South: Virginia, 1860-1900. PB:Univeristy of
North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1999. 1st Edition 345 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

19636.) KILPATRICK, JAMES J.: ->The Foxes' Union and Other Stretchers, Tall Tales, and Discursive
Reminiscences of Happy Years in Scrabble, Virginia. HC:EPM Publications: , 1977. 174 pgs., $1.95 A v/g plus

19633.) KINNEAR, DUNCAN LYLE: ->The First 100 Years: A History of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University. HC:VPI Educational Foundation: Blacksburg, 1972. 498 pgs., $15 Owner name & address on inside

19707.) KIRBY, JACK TEMPLE: ->Westmoreland Davis: Virginia Planter-Politician, 1859-1942. HC:University Press
of Virginia: Charlottesville, VA, 1968. 215 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy.




34014.) KIRK, Ed. PAUL W.: ->The Great Dismal Swamp. HC:University Press of Virginia: Charlottesville, Va., 1979.
1ST Edition 427 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy. D/J has been completely torn in half along front gutter of the spine.
However, I have laid it inside the book as both the front and back of the d/j really captures the mood of the swamp
when there is is a full moon.
19641.) KLEIN, MAURY: ->The Great Richmond Terminal: A Study in Businessmen and Business Strategy..
HC:University Press of Virginia: , 1970. 1st Edition 323 pgs., $12 A mint copy. No d/j.

21955.) KOLP, JOHN GILMAN: ->Gentleman and Freeholders: Electoral Politics in Colonial Virginia. HC:John
Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, MD, 1998. 1st Edition 249 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j..

24534.) LA LONE, MARY B.: ->Appalachian Coal Mining Memories: Life in the Coal Fields of Virginia's New River
Valley. PB:Pocahontas Press: Blacksburg, VA, 1997. 1st Edition 373 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

29252.) LEEPSON, MARC: ->Saving Monticello: The Levy Family's Epic Quest To Rescue the House That Jefferson
Built. HC:Free Press: New York, 2001. 1ST Edition 303 pgs., $29.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

24424.) LEIDHOLDT, ALEXANDER S.: ->Standing Before the Shouting Mob: Lenoir Chambers and Virginia's
Massive Resistance to Public-School Integration. HC:Univeristy of Alabama Press: Tuscaloosa, AL, 1997. 172 pgs.,

19563.) LEITCH, Compiler MARY SINTON: ->Lyric Virginia To-day, Volume II: An Anthology of Contemporary
Virginia Poetry. HC:Dietz Press: Richmond, 1956. 188 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

19564.) LEITCH, Ed. MARY SINTON: ->Lyric Virginia To-day: An Anthology of Poems By Contemporary Poets of the
Old Dominion. HC:Dial Press, Inc.: , 1932. 250 pgs., $25 Spinefaded, nameplate on inside cover, o/w a v/g copy.

31558.) LEITCH, MONTY S.: ->Baptized Into One Body: The First 165 Years of Christiansburg Presbyterian Church.
A mint copy. No d/j.
19622.) LESLIE, LOUISE: ->Tazewell County. HC:Overmountian Press: Johnson City, TN, 1995. Rep. Edition 786
pgs., $34.95 A mint copy.

31559.) LINDON, Ed. MARY ELIZABETH: ->Virginia's Montgomery County. HC:Mongomery Museum & Lewis Miller
Art Center: Christiansburg, VA, 2009. 1ST Edition 772 pgs., $65 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is the definitive
work on Montgomery County and the best county history I have seen to date. Many writers contributed to the work
and it was well edited by Mary Lindon. Photographs alone are worth the price of the book as there are over 560
images and photographs. On the dust jacket, there is a large color illustration of the Great Road mural that can still
be seen today in the downtown Christiansburg Post Office.

19485.) MacARTHUR, Ed. MARY: ->Carry Me Back: An Anthology of Virginia Fiction. PB:Gallimaufry Press: ,
1978. 1st Edition 188 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

28387.) MANSON, Ed. PETER C.: ->The Virginia Bar Association Proceedings of the Tenth Midwinter Meeting and
Eighty-Third Annaul Meeting. A v/g copy.

19545.) MASON, FLOYD R.: ->John Mason and Mary Ann Miller of Virginia. HC:Bridgewater Beacon Printing:
Bridgewater, VA, 1986. 367 pgs., $25 A mint copy.
31588.) MASSEY, DON W. AND SUE: ->Colonial Churches of Virginia. HC:Howell Press: Charlottesville, VA`, 2003.
1ST Edition 222 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

19531.) MASSIE, SUSANNE WILLIAMS and FRANCES ARCHER CHRISTIAN:->Homes and Gardens in Old Virginia.
HC:Garrett & Massie: Richmond, 1932. 2nd Edition 367 pgs., $15 Light water stain inside front cover and first four
pages, including title page, some fraying top & bottom of spine, o/w a v/g copy.

33174.) MAURY, ANNE FONTAINE: ->Intimate Virginiana: A Century of Maury Travels by Land and Sea. HC:Dietz
Press: Richmond, Va, 1941. 1ST Edition 342 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy.

31485.) MAYS, DAVID JOHN: ->Edmund Pendleton, 1721-1803: A Biography, Volume 1. HC:Harvard University
Press: Cambridge, 1952. 1ST Edition 385 pgs., $19.5 Inscription on enpaper stating book was donated to the
Washington County Library by a Mr. and Mrs. G. Weeles in honor of Chief Justice Preston W. Campbell with the
compliments of David Mays. Library markings and wear on edges of cover, o/w a v/g copy.

19533.) McBAIN, HOWARD LEE: ->How WE Are Governed in Virginia and the Nation. HC:Bell Book and Stationery
Co.: Richmond, VA, 1916. 247 pgs., $5 A v/g copy.

33920.) McCAIG, DONALD: ->Jacob's Ladder: A Story of Virginia During the Civil War. PB:Penquin Books: New
York, 1999. 1ST Edition 525 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., small tear on back cover, o/w a v/g copy.

34043.) McCAIG, DONALD: ->Jacob's Ladder: A Story of Virginia During the War. HC:W. W.. Norton & Co.: New York,
1998. 2nd Edition 525 pgs., $2.95 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

34237.) McCLUNG, ANNE D.: ->Rockbridge County Log Structures. Wraps traded., a mint copy.

34239.) McCLUNG, ANNE DRAKE: ->Healing Waters, Tranquil Valleys: Bath County Virginia. A mint copy in a

28147.) MEADE, BISHOP: ->Old Churhces, Ministers and Families of Virginia, 2 Volume Set. HC:J. B. Lippincott
Company: Philadephia, 1910. Rep. Edition 1090 pgs., $75 Spines faded but black lettering is clear. Both
volumes are very tight v/g copies. The 1090 pages inclue a 114 page index which was copyrighted in 1910..

33518.) MEADE, ROBERT DOUTHAT: ->Patrick Henry: Patriot In the Making. HC:J. B. Lippincott Co.: Philadelphia,
1957. 1ST Edition 431 pgs., $12 Ex-library in nicely rebound library binding with lettering on spine. On enpaper it
states this is a Virginia edition. A v/g copy. No d/j.

19566.) MILLER, FRANCIS PICKENS: ->Man From the Valley. HC:University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill,
N.C., 1971. 1st Edition 253 pgs., $6 Spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

28162.) MOGER, ALLEN W.: ->Virginia: Bourbonism to Byrd, 1870-1925. HC:University Press of Virginia:
Charlottesville, Va, 1968. 1st Edition 397 pgs., $15 Smal bump bottom edge of cover, o/w a v/g copy.

31284.) MORRISON, DENISE PRATT: ->Joseph Martin and the Southern Frontier. Owner's name embossed on
title page, o/w a fine copyin a v/g d/j.

23995.) MULLINS, DENVIL: ->The Cornfields of Coaley Creek: Tales From Southwest Virginia. PB:Overmountain
Press: Johnson City, TN, 1994. 2nd Edition 209 pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

31606.) MURPHY, M'LAYNE: ->Historic Virginia Inns: A Cook's Tour. Inscribed by author, laminated cover, a very

33875.) MURRILL, WILLAIM ALPHONSO: ->The Natural History of Staunton ,Virginia. HC:Self Published: New York,
1919. 1ST Edition 216 pgs., $15 Ex-library, fraying top & bottom of spine, wear of tips of cover, o/w a v/g copy.
No d/j. Contains 3 colored plates and 1 halftone plate.

33995.) NAGEL, PAUL C.: ->The Lees of Virginia: Seven Generations of an American Family. HC:Oxford University
Press: New York, 1990. 2nd Edition 332 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has inch tear on top edge

25825.) NEW RIVER VALLEY BICYCLE CLUB: ->Cycling the New River Valley. PB:Pocahontas Press: Blacksburg,
VA, 1993. 1st Edition 68 pgs., $3 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

34126.) NORFLEET, FILMORE: ->Suffolk in Virginia c.1795-1840: A Record of Lots, Lives and Likenesses. A v/g
plus copy in a v/g d/j. Contains 2 fold-out plates showing (1) A sketch map of Early Landmarks and (2) plan of Main
19688.) NUTTING, WALLACE: ->Virginia Beautiful. HC:Old America Company: Framingham, MA, 1930. 1st Edition
306 pgs., $35 A v/g copy. Another copy, a 1935 Garden City Ed. with 262 pages, $20.00, a v/g copy.

32076.) O'CONNOR, ADRIAN with BERNARD BAKER, ROBERT A. FLISS, & RANDALL: PATTERSON:->River City:
Stories of Danville. Ijnscribed by author dated 1994, owner's name on inside cover, o/w a v/g copy in d/j faded on

19567.) PAGE, THOMAS ->Marse Chan: A Tale of Old Virginia. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1892. 53
pgs., $25 Some scarring on backcover, o/w a v/g copy.

19535.) PAGE, THOMAS NELSON: ->In Ole Virginia or Marse Chan and Other Stories. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons:
, 1899. 230 pgs., $12 Fading of ouside, fraying top of spine, o/w a v/g copy.

33155.) PALMER, Jr. JAMES E.: ->Carter Glass: Unreconstructed Rebel, A Biography. HC:Instittue of American
Biography: Roanoke, VA, 1938. 1ST Edition 320 pgs., $15 Ex-library, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g plus d/j. D/J had
been kept in a mylar cover that was removed after purchasing the book. Some marks on inside cover as a result of
this removal. Book cover has a very bright red cover.
27671.) PARSONS, SHIREEN: ->Virginia's Mountain Treasures: The Unprotected Wildlands of the Jefferson National
Forest. PB:Wilderness Society: Washington, DC, 1999. 1st Edition 96 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., library pocket on
inside back cover, o/w a fine copy.

32654.) PATRICK, Ed. JAMES B., Photography by RICHARD CHEEK and Introduction by MARY TYLER CHEEK:-
>Stratford Hall Plantation: Birthplace of Robert E. Lee. A very fine copy.

19529.) PENDLETON, WILLIAM C.: ->History of Tazewell County and Southwest Virginia, 1748-1920.
HC:Overmountain Press: Johnson City, TN, 1989. Rep. Edition 720 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This

19469.) PETERSBURG LAND BANK COMMITTEE: ->Argument Presented to the Federal Farm Loan Board for the
Establishment of a Federal Land Bank at Petersburg, Virginia. HC:: , 1916. 81 pgs., $15 A v/g copy. Contains 20

19482.) PHILLIPS, V.N. (BUD): ->Bristol Tennessee/Virginia: A History-1852-1900. HC:Overmountain Press: Johnson
City, TN, 1992. 1st Edition 479 pgs., $27.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

31557.) PROCO, GARLAND: ->Merrimac Mines: A Personal History. PB:Souther Printing: Blacksburg, VA, 1999.
2nd Edition 102 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

34011.) QUARLES, GARLAND R.: ->The Streets of Winchester, Virginia: The Origin and Significance of Their
Names. Wraps booklet, a fine copy.

19602.) RAMSEY, A.D. and MRS. JOHN C. WASHBURN:->Railroad in Franklin County and Old Court Day.
PB:Frankllin County Bicentennial Commission: Rocky Mount, Va., 1976. 24 pgs., $5 Wraps typewritten monograph.
Monograph on railroad is written by Ramsey, 15 pp. and Ms. Washburn wrote the other article, 9 pp..

34165.) REINHART, Ed. THEODORE R.: ->The Archaeology of Shirley Plantation. HC:University Press of Virginia:
Charlottesville, VA, 1984. 1ST Edition 226 pgs., $19.5 Small spots of peeling on back cover, o/w a fine copy. No

32069.) RENIERS, PERCEVAL: ->The Springs of Virginia: Life, Love, and Death at the Waters, 1775-1900..
HC:University of North Carolina Press: 1955. 3rd Edition 301 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a good only d/j. D/J has
33291.) RESEARCH COMMITTEE, GILES COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->Giles County, Virginia: History-
Families. HC:Walsworth Publishing Co.: Marceline, Mo., 1982. 1ST Edition 440 pgs., $59.95 Name printed on

28145.) RIORDAN, Ed. ROBERT M.: ->Uncommon Wealth: Essays On Virginia's Wild Places. HC:Falcon Publsihing:
Helena, Montana, 1999. 1st Edition 216 pgs., $7.5 Inscriptions to person to whom book was given, o/w a fine copy



19680.) ROBERTS, RUBY ALTIZER: ->The Way It Was. PB:Privately printed.: , 1979. 1st Edition 101 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., inscribed by Roberts, a a v/g copy.

19541.) ROBERTSON, E.T. and MR. & MRS. HENRY G.G. FOSSETT:->Industries In Franklin County and History of
Franklin County Publications.. PB:Franklin County Bicentennial Commission: Rocky Mount, Va., 1976. 24 pgs., $5
Wraps typewritten monograph. Article on inudstries was written by Robertson, 21 pp. and article on publications
written by the Fossetts., 3 pp..
19587.) ROPER, LEIGHTON PARKS: ->Old Hundredth. HC:Teagle & Little, Inc.: Norfolk, 1971. 1st Edition 130 pgs.,
$10 Signed by the author, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

22970.) ROSENBERG, BRUCE A.: ->The Folksongs of Virginia: A Checklist of the WPA Holdings, Alderman Library
University of Virginia. HC:University Press of Virginia: Charlottesville, VA, 1969. 145 pgs., $7.5 A very fine copy.

19532.) ROTHERY, AGNES: ->Houses Virginians Have Loved. HC:Bonanza Books.: New York, . Rep. Edition 319
pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

19582.) ROTHERY, AGNES: ->New Roads in Old Virginia. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: , 1937. Rev. Edition 187 pgs.,
$7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Chipping of d/j. D/J has a nice photo of Bruton Parish Church in Old Williamsburg.

19496.) ROUSE, Jr. PARKE: ->Cows On the Campus: Williamsburg In Bygone Days. HC:Dietz Press: Richmond,
1973. 1st Edition 219 pgs., $10 Inscribed by the author, another inscrption by owner to his parents, a v/g plus copy

19474.) ROUSE, PARKE: ->Below the James Lies Dixie. HC:Dietz Press: Richmond, Va, 1968. 1st Edition 127 pgs.,
$2.95 Signed by author, a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j.

19616.) SANFORD, Ed. JAMES K.: ->Sight and Insight: The Story of Paul N. Derring at Virginia Tech. HC:Dietz
Press: Richmond, VA, n.d.. 176 pgs., $7.5 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.
30356.) SANFORD, Ed. JAMES K.: ->Sight and Insight: The Story of Paul N. Derring At Virginia Tech. Tips of
spine faded, o/w a bright cover, a v/g copy.

23527.) SANGER, WILLIAM T.: ->As I Remember. HC:Dietz Press: Richmond, 1972. 194 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a

32360.) SEALE, WILLIAM: ->Virginia's Executive Mansion: A History of the Goverrnor's House. A very fine copy in
a very fine d/j. D/J has been kept in a mylar cover.

24415.) SHEPHERD, Jr. SAMUEL C.: ->Avenues of Faith: Shaping the Urban Religious Culture of Richmond,
Virginia, 1900-1929. HC:University of Alabama Press: Tuscaloosa, AL, 2001. 1st Edition 414 pgs., $3.95 A mint

19546.) SHEPPERSON, ARCHIBALD: ->John Paradise and Lucy Ludwell of London and Williamsburg. HC:Dietz
Press: Richmond, VA, 1942. 501 pgs., $6 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

33650.) SILVER, CHRISTOPER: ->Twentieth-Century Richmond: Planning, Politics, and Race. A very fine copy in

19607.) SMYTH, ELLISON A.: ->RetroSpect or Growing Up in Blacksburg and Other Tales Through a Long Life.
PB:Pocahontas Press: Blacksburg, 1993. 199 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

21519.) SOMERVILLE, MOLLIE: ->Washington Walked Here: Alexandria On the Potomac. HC:Acropolis Books:
Washingoton, DC, 1970. 256 pgs., $12.5 Spine cocked and concaved, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

20570.) STAFF OF ALUMMI, ->Bridgewater-Daleville College, 1880-1930. HC:McClure Company: Stanton, VA,
1930. 414 pgs., $25 Foxing of enpapers, o/w a v/g plus copy.
28285.) STAFF OF THE CLERK of the HOUSE OF DELEGATES: ->The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Virginia: 1962-1981. HC:Commonwealth of Virginia: Richmond, VA, 1983. 748 pgs., $15 A v/g copy.

19609.) STANARD, MARY NEWTON: ->Richmond: Its People and Its Story. HC:J. P. Lippincott & Co.: Philadelphia,
1923. 2nd Edition 239 pgs., $25 Bookplate of Chester County Historical Society on inside cover, soiling top edge
and speckling of title page, o/w a v/g copy. Book contians 83 illustrations. olight o

22852.) STANARD, MARY NEWTON: ->The Story of Virginia's First Century. HC:J. P. Lippincott: Philadelphia,
1928. 1st Edition 331 pgs., $25 A v/g copy with 27 illustrations.

19591.) STEVENS, WILLIAM: ->Old Williamsburg. HC:Dodd, Mead & Co.: New York, 1938. 335 pgs., $25 A v/g

19663.) STEVENS, WILLIAM: ->The Shenandoah and Its Byways. HC:Dodd, Mead & Co.: New York, 1941. 281
pgs., $20 Enpaper removed, o/w a v/g copy.. Illustrated by the author with colour frontpiece.

19668.) STOHLMAN, MARTHA LOU LEMMON: ->The Story of Sweet Briar College. HC:Alumnae Association of
Sweet Briar: , 1956. 2550 pgs., $15 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy.

34179.) STRAW, RICHARD A.: ->Blacksburg. (Images of America). Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

19528.) SUMMERS, LEWIS PRESTON: ->History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870.
HC:Overmountian Press: Johnson City, TN, 1989. Rep. Edition 921 pgs., $35 A mint copy. No d/j.

19621.) SUTHERLAND, HERBERT MAYNOR: ->Tall Tales of the Devil's Apron. HC:Overmountian Press: Johnson
City, TN, 1988. Rep. Edition 314 pgs., $14.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Another copy, $10.00, a mint copy.

31721.) TAYLOR, Jr. L. B.: ->The Ghosts of Virginia. PB:Progress Pinting Co.: 1997. 3rd Edition 385 pgs., $5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.


19925.) TAZEWELL, WILLIAM L.; ->Norfolk's Waters: An Illustrated Maritime History of Hampton Roads. HC:Windsor
Publications: , 1982. 1st Edition 223 pgs., $25 A fine copy in a fine d/j.

19470.) TEMPLEMAN, ELEANOR LEE: ->Arlington Heritage: Vignettes of a Virginia County. HC:Privatley printed.: ,
1959. 1st Edition 200 pgs., $25 Signed by author, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has been kept in a mylar cover.

24246.) THOMAS, DONALD: ->Prince Charlie's Bluff: HC:Viking Press: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 280 pgs., $12.5
A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j.

19655.) TOMPKINS, E.P. and J. LEE DAVIS:->The Natural Bridge and Its Historical Surroundings. HC:Natural Bridge
of Virginia, Inc.: , 1939. 147 pgs., $17.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

34005.) TOMPKINS, EDMUND PENDLETON: ->Rockbridge County, Virginia: An Informal History. Name on
enpaper, fold-out composite portraits of Rockbridge personalities has tear at bottom but remains attached to book, a

34215.) TRIGIANI, ADRIANA: ->Big Cherry Holler. HC:Random House: New York, 2001. 2nd Edition 272 pgs., $2.99
A fine copy in a fine d/j.

22563.) TRIGIANI, ADRIANA: ->Home to Big Stone Gap. HC:Random House: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 272 pgs.,
$7.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

23893.) TRUDELL, CLYDE F.: ->Colonial Yorktown. HC:Chatham Press: Old Greenwich, CT, 1971. 192 pgs., $12.5
A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j.
32070.) TURMAN, NORA MILLER: ->The Eastern Shore of Virginia, 1603-1964. Ex-library, ow/ a v/g plus copy.
Contains 16 pen-and-ink sketches, 6 floor plans, and 7 maps.

34125.) VIEMEISTER, PETER: ->The Peaks of Otter: Life and Times. HC:Hamilton's: Bedford, VA, 1992. 1ST
Edition 278 pgs., $25 Inscribed by author, a very fine copy in a fine d/j.

31127.) VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 108, No. 2,
2000. Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy.

31135.) VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 110, No. 3,
2002. Wraps trade size ed., a fine copy..

31131.) VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 110, No. 4,
2002. Wraps trade size ed., back cover has light water staining, inside pages not effected, o/w a v/g copy. This
issue as the Annual Report for the year 2002

31128.) VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->The Virginia Magazine of History and Biogrpahy, Volume 110, No. 2,
2002. Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy.

31070.) VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->The Virginia Magazine of History and Biogrpahy, Volume 111, No. 4,
2003. Wraps trade size journal, a very fine copy.

31136.) VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 112, No. 2, 2004.
Wraps trade ed., tips of pages slightly bent, o/w a v/g copy.

31133.) VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ->Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 112, No. 3, 2004.
Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy.

31473.) WEINERT, Jr. RICHARD P. and ROBERT ARTHUR: ->Defender of the Chesapeake: The Story of Fort
Monroe. HC:White Mane Publishing Co.: Shippensburg, PA, 1989. 3rd Edition 361 pgs., $20 A v/g copy in a v/g

31474.) WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J.: ->Virginia Under the Stuarts. HC:Princeton University Press: Princeton, 1914.
1ST Edition 271 pgs., $49.5 Gilt top edge, bookplate on enpaper, some light fading of spine, embossed seal of a

21680.) WHITE, CLARE: ->Roanoke 1740-1982. PB:Roanoke Valley Historical Society: Roanoke, Va., 1982. 133
pgs., $12.5 Wraps a trade size ed., a fine copy.
31345.) WHITE, Compiler BLANCHE SYDNOR: ->First Baptist Church, Richmond, 1780-1955, One Hundred and
Seventy-Five Years of Service to God and Man. Name of previous owner on Iinside back cover, o/w a v/g plus
copy. Bright outside cover with bright gold lettering on the spine.

34194.) WHITWELL, W. L. and LEE W. WINBORNE: ->The Architectural Heritage of the Roanoke Valley.
HC:University of Virginia Press: Charlottesville, Va, 1982. 1st Edition 217 pgs., $15 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j.
D/J has slight chipping top of spine and one slight chip on front top edge of d/j.top chiipplace creasing


19463.) WILEY, LIB: ->Alongside the River: A History of Lynchburg's Congregations. HC:: Virginia, 1986. 78 pgs.,
$15 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book published by Religious Activities of Churches of Lynchburg Bicentiennal
19521.) WILKINSON, J. HARVIE ->Harry Byrd and the Changing Face of Virginia Politics, 1945-1966. HC:University
Press of Virginia: , 1969. 2nd Edition 403 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a good plus d/j.

19634.) WILLIAMS, FRANCES LEIGH: ->The First and Merchants Bank 1865-1965: A Century of Service. HC:First &
Merchants Bank: Richmond, 1965. 141 pgs., $12 Soiled spot on foreedge, o/w a fine copy in slipcase.

19554.) WILLIS, CARRIE and ETTA WALKER: ->Legends of the Skyline Drive and the Valley of Virginia. HC:Dietz
Press: Richmond, VA, 1940. 131 pgs., $20 Some wear edges of cover and around bottom of spine, o/w a v/g



19473.) WILLISON, GEORGE F.: ->Behold Virginia! The Fifth Crown. HC:Harcourt, Brace & Co.: , 1951. 1st Edition
424 pgs., $6 Inscription on a page and half of enpapers, spine and cover edges faded, o/w a v/g copy.

26263.) WILSON, JOE: ->A Guide to the Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail. PB:John F. Blair
Publishersi: Winston-Salem, NC, 2006. 1st Edition 225 pgs., $17.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Includes a pair of
CDs that contain 53 examples of old-time music found on the crooked road.

19683.) WILSTACH, PAUL: ->Tidewater Virginia. HC:Bobbs Merrill: Indianapolis, IN, 1929. 326 pgs., $15 A v/g

31788.) WINEGAR, DEAME and GARVEY: ->Highroad Guide to Virginia Mountains. PB:Longstreet Press: Marietta,
GA, 1998. 1ST Edition 340 pgs., $16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

19913.) WISE, FELICITY: ->A Williamsburg Hornbook. HC:Stackpole Books: Harrisburg, PA, 1973. 128 pgs., $10 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

32071.) WOODFIN, Ed. MAUDE H.: ->Another Secret Diary of William Byrd of Westover for the Years 1739-1741. A

26607.) WRENN, TONY P. et. al.: ->Legato School: A Centennial Souvenir. PB:Fairfax County History
Commission: Fairfax, VA, 1976. 109 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

34270.) WRIGHT, Ed. LOUIS B.: ->The Prose Works of William Byrd of Westover. A v/g plus copy in a good plus
d/j. D/J has considerable chipping and small piece missing back bottom of d/j.of the bottom of b.
25854.) WRIGHT, Eds. LOUIS B. & MARION TINLING: ->William Byrd of Virginia: the London Diary, 1717-1721 and
Other Writings. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1958. 647 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

34024.) YETTER, GEORGE HUMPHREY: ->Williamsburg Before and After: The Rebirth of Virginia's Colonail
Capital. HC:Colonial Williamsburg Foundation: Williamsburg, VA., 1990. 3RD Edition 197 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy

20648.) YOUNG, HAROLD N.: ->The Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1886-1966. HC:University Press of
Virginia: Charlottesville, 1975. 221 pgs., $10 Signed by author, a fine copy.

28619.) YOUNGER, Eds. EDWARD and JAMES TICE MOORE: ->The Governors of Virginia, 1860-1978.
HC:Univeristy Press of Virginia: Charlottesville, VA, 1982. 1ST Edition 428 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J

19586.) ZEHMER, JOHN G.: ->Old Richmond Today. HC:Historic Richmond Foundation: , 1998. 5th Edition 128
pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Photogrpahy by Richard Cheek.


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