A wonderful rare selection with a Great cover. US Transport ships, and Emma Carus on the cover. Words by Howard Johnson and Coleman Goetz. Music by George Meyer. Very good condition, pages still intact. Wonderful transportation collectible to frame also.
Pretty good condition on this old 1911 WWI music selection. Illustration shows the ship, Alabama. Musical and navy, sailor graphics on border. No staining to cover, a few small tears. All pages intact, and playable. Music pages are a little rougher. But cover is nice.
Wow! What a great frameable music for the collector. The illustrated cover shows the Titanic sinking, an iceburg in the background and some of the survivors rowing away from the half sunken ship.A descriptive Piano composition by Jeanette Forrest. All pages are here but are seperated, a couple of bends, but good condition for this rare music of that historical event. Oversized music. Great collectible.
This is an advertisement from August, 1944, for General Motors Diesels. A nice wartime ad showing GMs contribution to the war effort.
The reverse side features advertising for Matson Lines to Hawaii and the South Pacific. The ad states, "When war has been swept from this world, Matson will return to its peacetime task of escorting friend... Click for details
This is a 1984 book titled "Chart No. 1 United States of America Nautical Chart Symbols and Abbreviations." The book was published by the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Washington D.C.
The book is a wealth of information full of details and charts. I know little about nautical aspects. P... Click for details
This book is titled "Belle of Louisville Log" and was written by Alan L. Bates & E. Bruce Blythe, Jr. There are many interesting pictures in the book beginning with one of the Louisville, Kentucky, Waterfront at the foot of 4th Street in 1898.