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The Connecticut Magazine.  Vol. IX [9] - 1905, Connecticut Magazine
161 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine. Vol. IX [9] - 1905
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1905 First Edition Hardcover Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1905. Worn first edition. Bound volume containing issues for the year 1905. The Connecticut Magazine (previously called Connecticut Quarterly) was an illustrated magazine devoted to the literature, history, picturesque features, science, art and industry of Connecticut, with quite a bit of emphasis on specific locations within the state and their historical importance. This volume contains articles about: Aristocracy vs. Democracy; Who Were the Puritans?; Volcanic and Seismic Disturbances in Southern Connecticut; Old Connecticut Houses; Literature of the Louisiana Purchase; Religious Life in New England; Torrington; Reminiscences of Old Negro Slavery Days; Life of Samuel Stone; Public Libraries in Connecticut; Immigration to New England; The Last of the Beechers; Isabella Beecher Hooker; The Power of Song; The Development of the Brain; The Growing of Tobacco in Connecticut; Bridgeport; Development of Steam Navigation; Connecticut in Literature; Connecticut Pioneers Founded Texas; Building a Model Municipality (Hartford); Hartford; Hartford and Insuarnce; Eli Whitney; David Austin; and much more. Generously illustrated. Three quarter maroon leather over maroon cloth, 932 pages. A well-used copy from the estate of a genealogist, who made a few pencil notations or check marks in a few of the margins. Externally fair condition, with covers detached, spine partially chipped away. Internally better but with some loosened pages and some margin chips. Pages mainly quite clean. A worn but useful copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. First Edition. 
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162 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 11 - November, 1899
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1899 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers detached but present, some edge chipping, some edgewear and minor chips and tears to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Plantation of Thirty Mile Island; Poems on Roaring Brook, Cheshire; A Case of Witchcraft in Hartford; Extracts from the Diary of Dr. Mason F. Cogswell; the Old House of Milford; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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163 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 4 - April, 1899
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1899 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers absent, some edge chipping, minor edgewear to pages, pages clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Connecticut Capitol; Backward Glances at Hartford; Iron Mining in Connecticut; John Williams, D.D., LL.D; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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164 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 7 - July, 1899
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1899 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers absent, some edge chipping, minor edgewear to pages, pages clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Away from the Railroad in Connecticut; A Son of Connecticut (Daniel S. Dickinson); The Town of Chatham Part II - Middle Haddam Society; Prudence Crandall; Backward Glances at Hartford; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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165 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. V, No. 9 - September, 1899
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1899 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1899. Softcover, about forty pages. Some soil and spotting to covers, writing at top at front cover, some edge chipping, some edgewear and minor chips and tears to margins, some minor dampstaining to margins. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Rose of Sharon; A Pastor of the Church Militant; An Ancient School-Dame; Milford Cemetery; Rev. Dr. Charles M. Lamson; List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground in Hartford; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
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166 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 1 - January 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers worn, spotted and chipped, note at top of front cover, front cover detached but present, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Glimpses of Southington, Past and Present; John Reed 1633-1730; Captain Reuben Marcy; Hartford's Empty Reservoirs; Hon Alfred E. Burr; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
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167 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 1 - January 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers worn, spotted and chipped, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Glimpses of Southington, Past and Present; John Reed 1633-1730; Captain Reuben Marcy; Hartford's Empty Reservoirs; Hon Alfred E. Burr; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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168 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 2 - February 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Front cover absent, rear cover worn and lightly soiled, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The City of Rockville; Hartford to New London, Forty-Five Miles; James Gates Percival; Lieutenant Ward Cheney; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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169 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 2 - February 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers worn, spotted and chipped, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The City of Rockville; Hartford to New London, Forty-Five Miles; James Gates Percival; Lieutenant Ward Cheney; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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170 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 3 - March-April 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers worn, spotted and chipped, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: New Britain; Colonel Zebulon Butler; Miss Ruth Thompson Sperry; Berlin: A Sketch; The Hon. Henry C. Robinson; H. James Phelps; Our Colleges; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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171 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 3 - March-April 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Front cover absent, rear cover worn and soiled, notes at top of contents page, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: New Britain; Colonel Zebulon Butler; Miss Ruth Thompson Sperry; Berlin: A Sketch; The Hon. Henry C. Robinson; H. James Phelps; Our Colleges; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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172 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 4 - May-June 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Front cover absent, rear cover soil and chipped, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Stamford 1641-1900; The First Sacrifice of the Revolution; The Nathan Hale School House in East Haddam; Samuel Huntington; Golf Clubs in Connecticut; much more. . Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
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173 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 4 - May-June 1900. Lady Golfer on Cover
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Very Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers edgeworn with some light soil, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Includes an image of a woman golfer by S. E. Francis on the front cover, printed in black and red. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Stamford 1641-1900; The First Sacrifice of the Revolution; The Nathan Hale School House in East Haddam; Samuel Huntington; Golf Clubs in Connecticut; much more. . Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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174 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 5 - July-August 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers worn, chipped and lightly soiled, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Town of Seymour; Historical Sketch of the Putnam Phalanx; Thomas Hooker; Governor Talcott's Mansion and the City of Hartford's Claim; Henry Barnard; Connecticut at the Paris Exposition; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. VI, No. 6 - November-December 1900, Connecticut Magazine
175 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 6 - November-December 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers worn, chipped and lightly soiled, note at top of front cover, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Old Windsor; A Visit to the Old Homestead of Oliver Ellsworth; Problem of Domestic Servitude; Old Landmarks of Seymour; The Connecticut Children's Aid Society; George S. Godard, State librarian; In Bushnell Park After an Ice Storm; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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176 Connecticut Magazine The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. VI, No. 6 - November-December 1900
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1900 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1900. Softcover, about forty pages. Covers worn, chipped and lightly soiled, note at top of front cover, some minor edgewear to margins, pages generally clean and unmarked. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Science, Art and Industries". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Old Windsor; A Visit to the Old Homestead of Oliver Ellsworth; Problem of Domestic Servitude; Old Landmarks of Seymour; The Connecticut Children's Aid Society; George S. Godard, State librarian; In Bushnell Park After an Ice Storm; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Connecticut Magazine.  Vol. XI, No. 1 - First Quarter 1907, Connecticut Magazine.  Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller
177 Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller The Connecticut Magazine. Vol. XI, No. 1 - First Quarter 1907
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1907 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1907. Single issue for first quarter of 1907. Lightly worn copy. Includes an article on the history of the American flag including seven pages in color printed on tissue-like paper, original silk insert of small flag no longer present. Softcover with robin on a branch on the front cover. Covers rubbed with some light surface soil, scuffs and minor chips to edges and spine, sound binding, clean pages with no names or other markings. Some pages unopened at top edge, probably never read.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly.  Vol. IX, No. 2 - April, May and June 1905, Connecticut Magazine.  Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller
178 Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. IX, No. 2 - April, May and June 1905
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1905 Paperback Fair 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1905. Volume IX, No. 2, 2nd quarter 1905. Worn copy of this well-produced illustrated magazine. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Is the World Growing Better? (a collection of essays by different Christian denominations); The Work of Education; The Age of Agricultural Science; The Foreigner in New England; Grotesque Inscriptions in God's Acre; The Last of the Beechers; The Power of Song in American Life; Customs of Burying the Dead; The Development of Man's Great Brain; The Growing of Tobacco in Connecticut; Connecticut's Public Library Buildings; Nomenclature of Connecticut Families; much more. Softcover, about 200 pages. Covers soiled and heavily chipped at the edges, printer embossed stamp on front cover, binding staples visible at beginning and end, front free endpaper has minor internal tears, binding sound, pages very good, clean and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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179 Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. IX, No. I - Beginning Series of 1905 - Puritan Number
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1905 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1905. First edition - first quarter 1905. Softcover, about 200 pages. Some external edgewear and minor chips to the covers, internally about fine and unopened, with the top edges still connected, pages very clean and free from names or other markings. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Genealogy, Science, Art, Genius and Industry". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: Religious Life in New England a Century Ago; In the Homes of Our Ancestors - Pewter; What is a Tory; The Growth and Industrial History of Torrington; Connecticut Artists and Their Work - Ben Foster; Reminiscences of Old Slavery Days in Connecticut; The Life of a Prominent Puritan Pastor - Samuel Stone; The Development of the Public Library of Connecticut (includes profiles of several small Connecticut libraries); Country Life in Connecticut; Who Were the Puritans; Volcanic and Seismic Disturbances in Southern Connecticut; Literature of the Louisiana Purchase; The Puritan in Literature; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. First Edition. 
Price: 26.00 USD
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180 Connecticut Magazine. Edited By Francis Trevelyan Miller The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. XI, No. 3 - Third Quarter 1907
Hartford, Connecticut Connecticut Magazine 1907 Paperback Good 
Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1907. Softcover, about 200 pages. Some external edgewear and chipping to the covers and spine ends, some surface soil, staples visible inside the front cover, pages generally clean and free from names or other markings. Well-produced illustrated magazine "devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of History, Literature, Genealogy, Science, Art, Genius and Industry". Published between 1895 and 1908, the magazine featured profiles of the state's towns, interesting biographies, occasional social commentary, images of historic homes, genealogy, etc., illustated throughout. This issue includes illustrated articles on: The Development of American Finance; A Connecticut Soldier in the French and Indian War; An Anecdote of Count Rochambeau in Connecticut; First Dental College in the World; Ancient Miniatures of Charlotte Fenwick and Eenezer Jackson of the Revolutionary Period in America; Memoirs of a Connecticut Patriot; Pilot of First White Men to Cross the American Continent; An America's Experience in the British Army; much more. . Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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