Wilmington: The Historical Society of Delaware, 1911. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. iii, 62 pages. B1-4096. Papers of the Society no.LVII. With numerous illustrations including one in color. Wrappers chipped around edges with small pieces missing. Spot on front cover where label was removed. READ MORE
Wilmington: The Historical Society of Delaware and Philadelphia: The Presbyterian Historical Society, (1969). 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xiv, 206 pages. Study of this 19th century Presbyterian minister and his crusade against slavery in the early 19th century. Bourne had a large influence on Garrison. Has a reprint of his book and a bibliography of his writings. Signed and dated by John W. Christie on half-title. Former owner's name blacked out on front pastedown. READ MORE
(Frederica: Milford Coverdale, 1978). 8vo. simulated leather. 163 pages. With a foreword by the author who has signed this copy. Filled with illustrations that are reproductions of photographs taken by Melva Jane Bradford. Boards soiled, some foxing to front and rear pastedowns and free endpapers. READ MORE
Hockessin: Church of St. John the Evangelist, 1960. 4to. cloth. 43+(1) pages. Essays by John Munroe, Rev. Anthony F. DiMichele, William P. Frank and Joseph G. McNeal, Jr. Has an article on Rev. Patrick Kenny and many illustrations in text. Loosely inserted is a four page pamphlet issued for the Celebration Dinner held for the Diamond Jubilee. Covers rubbed. READ MORE
Translated by Pierre S. du Pont.
Wilmington: n.p. 1947. 4to. full leather, top edge silver. (v) pages followed by 17 leaves reproducing the manuscript booklet in French and English. Translated by Pierre S. du Pont. B2-295. du Pont wrote this essay for his children to describe his religious views. Reproduced from Thomas Jefferson's copy and showing his writing on the title page. READ MORE
N.P. Episcopal Diocese of Delaware, 1985. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (20) pages. The program for the celebration which was staged at The Cathedral Church of Saint John in Wilmington. With a listing of each Episcopal church in Delaware in chronological order by the date of establishment (the first was Immanuel Church in New Castle in 1689). Also has a chronology of Delaware bishops. READ MORE