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1 Brown, Alexander C. Mariner's Museum, The: 1930-1950

Newport News VA: The Mariner's Museum, Publication No. 20, 1950. The Museum's chief of publications traces the history of the Museum in Virginia near Hampton Roads, from its founding by Archer M. Huntington to the present day. No dust jacket, 4to in green canvas with titles gilt-stamped on front board, map endpapers, coated paper, b&w photographs throughout, list of founders, necrology, chronology. index, 264pp, no marks, near Fine. 
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2 Brown, Alexander C. Mariner's Museum, The: 1930-1950

Newport News VA: The Mariner's Museum, Publication No. 20, 1950. The Museum's chief of publications traces the history of the Museum in Virginia near Hampton Roads, from its founding by Archer M. Huntington to the present day. No dust jacket, 4to in green canvas with titles gilt-stamped on front board, map endpapers, coated paper, b&w photographs throughout, list of founders, necrology, chronology. index, 264pp, owner's name-stamp on front endpaper o/w no marks, Very Good. 
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3 Brown, Alexander C. Old Bay Line, The

New York: Bonanza Books [1940] 1977 reprint edition. The story of the Baltimore Steam Packet Company, its Chesapeake Bay passenger steamships, and the men who made the Old Bay Line one of the most important water links along our eastern seaboard. Dust jacket with tears along top edge, 8vo in navy cloth, 57 b&w illustrations, appendices with vessel list and other data, bibliography, index, 176pp, light stain on fore edge, contents clean and tight with no marks, Very Good/Fair. 
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4 Brown, Alexander C. Twin Ships: The Use Multiple Hulled Vessels

Newport News VA: The Mariners' Museum, Publication No. 5, 1939. Brown presents notes on the chronological history of the use of multiple hills. SOFT cover, 8vo saddle-stitched, 3 b&w text figures, end-notes, addenda, 90pp, no marks, near Fine. 
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