New, used and rare books, in a Victorian library setting on
the second floor. Also, prints and antiques.

Scarce and First Editions Books
Partial inventory as of October 1, 2014, subject to prior sale:

Boultinghouse, Marquis, Silversmiths, Jewelers, Clock and Watch Makers of Kentucky, 1785-1900, 1980,
hardback, no d.c., as new, $75.

Giles, Janice Holt,
The Kinta Years, 1st ed., dc fair, owners signature cut out on first blank page,
otherwise clean copy, $30

Heartsill, W. W.,
Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army, ed. B. I. Wiley, reprint 1954,
owner's bookplate, clean copy. $100

Hiatt,Noble and Lucy, Silversmiths of Kentucky, 1785-1850, first ed., 1954, writing on several pages,
autographed by both authors, no d.c., 135 pp., light fading on cover, $195.

Hunt, Blanche,
Little Brown Koko, American Colortype Co., Chicago and N.Y.., 1940, no d.c., very good
condition, $65.

Knight, Thomas A. and Greene, Nancy L.,
Country Estates of the Blue Grass, 1973 reprint of 1904 ed. by
Henry Clay Press, fine condition, very rare, $325.

Mangum, William Preston,
A Kingdom For the Horse [history of Woodburn Farm, Midway, Ky.], first ed.
1999, Harmony House Pub., o/p, new, autographed, $100.
Two rooms decorated as a Victorian library
Historic Midway Museum Store
Book Signings at Historic Midway Museum Store have included:
photographer James Archambeault (top left, with former Gov.
Brereton Jones), David Dick (upper right), Midway author Jo Fisher
(bottom left), and NYT bestseller author Gwyn Hyman Rubio (left)
with KY Poet Laureate Jane Gentry Vance (bottom right).
Scenes from Book Signings
New Booklet on Midway History:

Midway History Timeline by William A. Penn
20 pp, 8" x 10" paperback, indexed, illustrated.  $12.00 plus $3.00 shipping
Each of the 18 pages (plus 2-page index) tells of a major event in Midway's
history, including Midway College, founding of Midway, railroad history, and others.
See sample pages below.
Dec. 11, 2010 -  James Archambeault Kentucky
Horse Country
and Maryjean Wall - How Kentucky
Became Southern.
Sept. 21, 2013 -  Eric James signing Jesse James:
Soul Liberty.