This book is the story of 9 Finns who emigrated to the U.S. after WWII "in a cranky, leaky old boat called the Tunsta."
First edition, second printing, 1962. Good, solid book in pale green boards, 378 pages, map showing the route taken is the design on the end papers. Dust jacket in mylar, good condition with slight wear on edges. Published by Henry Regenery Company, Chicago.
Online price $45: B2B price $10. .
"Fifty Roads to Town" is by Earl Hamner, Jr., a name well known to fans of "The Waltons."
First edition, first printing, published in 1953 by Random House. Book is in good condition, with slightly "chewed" upper right corner; name plate, otherwise good, clean copy. Silver lettering on spine, with author's name in red. Dust jacket is good; feels like it might have gotten wet at some point but dried well (no mold); small piece of upper right corner is missing. As pictured, dj is protected by a clear cover sheet (that is what the green stripe is and what is taped, not the actual dj).
Online $60; B2B $10
We have a first edition HEMINGWAY! Here's the description:
First edition, not first printing. Book is in good condition, inscribed by former owner; blue boards; 140 pages. Dust jacket is in good condition, with small holes along spine, normal wear on creases, and small tear at top. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. Online $50; B2B $15.