COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG AND RELATED VOLUMES, LOT OF 12, including E.G. Swem, "Brothers of the Spade", 1957, Barre Gazette, Barre, MA; Isabel Harriss Barr, "Let Time Relate", 1947, Dietz Press, Richmond, VA; W.A.R. Goodwin, "Bruton Parish Church, Restored, and its Historic Environment", 1907, Franklin Press, Petersburg, VA; Goodwin, "Historical Sketch of Bruton Church", 1903, Franklin Press, Petersburg, VA; Luther Gulick, "Modern Government in a Colonial City", 1932, Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, New York, first edition; and Lyon Tyler, "Williamsburg, the Old Colonial Capital", 1907, Whittet and Shepperson, Richmond, VA, with two fold-out maps. Hardcover, one with dust jacket, and soft cover/paper wraps.
Very good condition overall, expected wear to covers, corners bumped and worn, some toning or minor staining to covers/wraps, Swem example with some tears and toning/discoloration to dust jacket, interiors generally very clean, most with minor to moderate toning, a few with some minor foxing or stains, one or two with short tears to page edges.
Provenance: From the research library of Ivor Noel Hume, O.B.E., F.S.A., Williamsburg, VA.
Catalogue Note: Ivor Noel Hume (1927-2017), O.B.E. (Order of the British Empire), F.S.A. (Fellow, Society of Antiquaries), was a distinguished scholar, author, and former director of the Department of Archaeological Research at Colonial Williamsburg.