Bear, De: John P. Reid, December 1993. 4to. self paper wrappers stapled in left hand corner. 10 pages. Volume 2, Number 6. December 1993. With an article on Sussex County Shipbuilding by Reid, Little Known History of Newark, notes on C.A. Weslager's signing party, an article on Brandywine Springs and others. READ MORE
With an Introduction by George H. Ryden.
Newark, DE: The Press of Kells, 1936. 8vo. cloth. xviii, 297 pages. With an Introduction by George H. Ryden. B1-601. First edition. Illustrated. With the Delaware bookplate of Gertrude Brinckle. READ MORE
(Fort Walton Beach: Ark Publishing House, 1997). 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. (iv), 147 pages. First edition. Written by the great grandaugher of Albert Newton Raub, President of the University of Delaware from 1888 to 1896 and responsible for turning around the fortunes of the University. Written through the eyes of his three daughters. Jacket rubbed. READ MORE
Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2010. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 96 pages. New Ark, as it is pronounced and appeared on colonial maps, is located in New Castle County near the borders of Pennsylvania and Maryland. Scotch-Irish and Welsh settlers developed Newark as a market town around the intersection of two Lenni Lenape trails. Newark remained little more than a village throughout its history, reaching a population of only 11,000 by 1960. Today it is... READ MORE
Edited, with Introduction and Explanatory Notes.
Newark: The Craftsmen of Kells, 1921. 8vo. cloth. v+(i), 546, (2) pages. Edited, with Introduction and Explanatory Notes. An imprint by the Kells Craftsmen. Free endpapers age darkened. READ MORE
Newark, DE: Wallflowers Press, (2007). 4to. leather, title silver stamped on spine and front cover, top edge toned with acrylics, cloth sliipcase. 288 pages. Limited to 12 numbered copies, slipcase deluxe edition. Published through Ray Nichols and Jill Cypher at their pre-Lead Graffiti Wallflowers Press. Table of contents. A collection of essays commemorating the 250th anniversary of the founding of Newark, Delaware. Paul Bauernschidt served as project director with editorial assistance by L. Rebecca Johnson... READ MORE
Newark: University of Delaware, 1986. thick small 4to. cloth, dust jacket. 516 pages. B3. First edition. A history of this University from its beginning in 1743 as Francis Alison's Academy. Presentation on half-title"To Rebecca Pool Button with regard and affection, John A. Munroe, Sept. 1986." READ MORE
Newark: University of Delaware, 1986. thick small 4to. cloth, dust jacket. 516 pages. First edition. A history of this University from its beginning in 1743 as Francis Alison's Academy. Jacket with tears that have been internally taped. READ MORE
Newark: League of Women Voters of Greater Newark, various. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. various. Have the following: 1982. 28 pages. 1987. Printed by the Cedar Tree Press. Short history followed by guide to services. (ii), 30 pages. (2). READ MORE
(Newark): Newark Historical Society with the assistance of the Delaware Humanities Forum, 1985. small square 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (56) pages. Preface by Claudia Bushman, Chairman. Sections: Art as Decoration - John Stephens Crawford; The "Newark Tapestry" - Claudia Bushman; Newark's Growth and Development - Roy Lopata; Postcard Views of Newark - George Miller; Monuments and Statuary of Newark - George Miller; Monuments and Statuary of Newark - Paul Braim; Fairs and Markets - Claudia L. Bushman. READ MORE
Wilmington: The Cedar Tree Press, (1991). 8vo. cloth. xvi, 64 pages. Limited to 1,100 numbered copies signed by the author. Printed on Curtis text. Curtis has a history of producing the finest text papers made, often to the specifications of their customers. When Thomas Meeteer established his paper mill near the banks of White Clay Creek outside Newark, Delaware in 1789, he probably never imagined that it would continue to operate over 200 years later... READ MORE