Bay Leaf Books
Bay Leaf Books, ABAA
PO Box 243
Sand Lake, MI 49343 USA
(231) 652-2665
Bay Leaf Books Associations

Quick Search

Author
Title
Description
Keyword
 
 


Members of the
Antiquarian Booksellers’
Association of America


For events, specials,
holiday hours and more,
please follow us on
Facebook.
 
 
 

Michigan

 - 32 items found in your search
Michigan

Click on Title to view full description

 
The Muskegon: The Majesty and Tragedy of Michigan’s Rarest River, Alexander, Jeff
1 Alexander, Jeff The Muskegon: The Majesty and Tragedy of Michigan’s Rarest River
East Lansing, MI Michigan State University Press 2006 First printing Hardcover Near Fine near fine 
Hardcover in dust jacket, 15.5 by 23.5 cm, xxii 214 pp., center section of black and white photos. Near fine hardcover but for a stamp on the ffep that read “A gift from peter M. Wege,” the late businessman and philanthropist; in a near fine jacket. No other writing, highlighting, names, or other marks. The dust jacket is in a fresh mylar cover. (case) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 25.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
At the Crossroads: Michilimackinac During the American Revolution, Armour, David; Keith Widder
2 Armour, David; Keith Widder At the Crossroads: Michilimackinac During the American Revolution
Mackinac Island, Michigan Mackinac State Historic Parks Hardcover New 
Originally published in 1978, this is a later printing (book is still sealed so printing is unknown). Hardcover with illustrated boards, 18 by 26 cm, vi 279 pp., illus. New, still sealed in the publisher’s shrinkwrap, with light rubbing to the upper former of the front cover. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. 
Price: 20.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Kau-Bau-Gwas-Shee: A Flat River Story, Augustine, Robertson M.; Dorothy Rackliffe, illus.
3 Augustine, Robertson M.; Dorothy Rackliffe, illus. Kau-Bau-Gwas-Shee: A Flat River Story
Greenville, MI Robertson M. Augustine, Publisher 1973 First edition Hardcover Near Fine good Signed
Hardcover with dust jacket, tan cloth with red spine and cover titles and red turtle image on front cover, 14.5 by 23.3 cm, vii 207 (1) pp. The hardcover is near fine; the jacket has tears, edge chips, some loss along the top edge of the rear panel, and an old tape repair along the top edge on the backside of the jacket – although the detachable bookmark on the front flap is still intact. Signed by the author on the title page (no inscription). “Kau-Bau-Gwas-Shee is a fictional story of the adventures of Mikkinak, an Ot-chip-we Indian, who lived in the flat River area of Michigan. Most of the other persons who are involved in the story, and the facts about them, are either to be found in historical records and accounts or are plausible deductions. The story is based in part on the historical facts presented in ‘Indians, Sawmills, and Danes – The Early History of the Flat River Area of Michigan,’ by Robertson M. Augustine. The events and dates are of the period of the history of Michigan from the last quarter of the 18th century to the middle of the 19th century.” No writing, highlighting, names, or other marks. The dust jacket is in a fresh mylar cover. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. (case) Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 18.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
History of the City of Grand Rapids Michigan (With an Appendix – History of Lowell, Michigan), Baxter, Albert
4 Baxter, Albert History of the City of Grand Rapids Michigan (With an Appendix – History of Lowell, Michigan)
Grand Rapids, MI Grand Rapids Historical Society 1974 Reprint Leather_bound Very Good + 
Facsimile reproduction of the original 1891 edition (New York/Grand Rapids: Munsell & Company, Publishers). Quarter leather binding with black cloth over black leather spine, gilt spine and cover titles and gilt cover trim mimicking a three-quarter binding, all edges gilt, xiii [ii] 854 pp. Light signs of shelf wear, with light wear to the head and tail of the spine, a few light spots on the back cover, and wear to the spine titles. An affordable and well-done reprint of this important genealogical volume on Grand Rapids and Lowell, Michigan. ** This oversized volume may require additional postage if shipping overseas. (os) 
Price: 125.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Lowell: 100 Years of History, 1831-1931 and Lowell: 50 Years of History, 1931-1981 [Michigan], Borgerson, N.E., et al.
5 Borgerson, N.E., et al. Lowell: 100 Years of History, 1831-1931 and Lowell: 50 Years of History, 1931-1981 [Michigan]
Lowell, Michigan Lowell Sesquicentennial Committee 1981 Paperback Near Fine 
Two volumes. Softcovers, 14 by 21.2 cm, 139 pp. each, illus. Fine, unread copies with only a tiny drip stain on the fore edge of the second volume. Volume one reprints the original 1931 publication of this book; volume two brings this history of the city up to date. Well illustrated with black and white photos. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. 
Price: 20.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
6 Coady, John P. Memories of a Farm [Coral & Cedar Springs, Michigan] Signed
Cedar Springs, Michigan Cedar Springs Rotary Club 1990 Paperback Good + Signed
Coady, John P. Memories of a Farm. Cedar Springs, Michigan: Cedar Springs Rotary Club, 1990. Staple-bound, card wraps, 13.5 by 21.7 cm, 85 pp. Foxing and light wear to the covers with creasing to the lower corner of the cover. Minor foxing on a few leaves. Inscribed and signed by the author on the inside of the front cover: “Dear Harry: As one Rotarian to another, & the most comedic ??? in North Kent Co[unty] / the best / John P. Coady / 12-1-90.” Reminiscences of Coady’s life in Coral and Cedar Springs, Michigan. (case) First Edition. 
Price: 20.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
A History of Godfrey-Lee Public Schools: 1857-1967 (Wyoming, Michigan), Fry, Lloyd C.
7 Fry, Lloyd C. A History of Godfrey-Lee Public Schools: 1857-1967 (Wyoming, Michigan)
[Wyoming, Michigan] presumably self-published c. 1965 Paperback Very Good 
Staple-bound card-wraps, 14 by 21.5 cm, 126 (1) pp., 4 black and white photos. Very good with light soiling to the wraps and turned corners on a few pages. A fairly in-depth and early history of this Wyoming, Michigan school system. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB) is dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. 
Price: 16.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Sand & Other Poems - Signed, Greinke, Lawrence Eric
8 Greinke, Lawrence Eric Sand & Other Poems - Signed
Grand Rapids Metamorphosis 1971 First printing Hardcover Near Fine good + Signed
Greinke, Lawrence Eric. Sand & Other Poems. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Metamorphosis Press Books, 1971, printed in an edition of 1000. Hardcover with dust jacket, 140mm by 216mm, 60 pp. Hardcover is near fine, jacket has yellowing on the spine and around the edges and chipping at the head of the spine panel. Signed by Greinke on the title page. Following two chapbooks, this is the author’s first book proper which launched the author on a lifetime career that earned Grienke Touchstone, Rhysling, and Allen Ginsberg poetry awards, several Pushcart nominations, a Pulitzer nomination, etc. $75.00 No writing, highlighting, names, or other marks. The dust jacket is in a fresh mylar cover. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB, IOBA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 85.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Douglass, A Michigan Township, Gustafson, A.M.
9 Gustafson, A.M. Douglass, A Michigan Township
NP A.M. Gustafson 1982 First edition Hardcover Fine 
Gustafson, A.M. Douglass, A Michigan Township. No Location: A.M. Gustafson, 1982. Hardcover, tan cloth with copper spine and cover titles, no dust jacket as issued, 272 pp. Fine, unread copy. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. A detailed history of Douglass Township in Montcalm County, Michigan. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB, IOBA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. First Edition. 
Price: 30.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
The Cedar Springs Story: A History of Cedar Springs—Nelson & Solon Townships, Michigan, Harrison, Sue; Donna J. DeJong
10 Harrison, Sue; Donna J. DeJong The Cedar Springs Story: A History of Cedar Springs—Nelson & Solon Townships, Michigan
Cedar Springs, Michigan Cedar Springs Bicentennial Committee 1976 First edition Hardcover Very Good 
Hardcover, red cloth with gilt cover and spine titles, no jacket as issued, 22 by 28.5 cm, ix 221 pp. Very good with very light cover wear, foxing on the edges of the textblock and first and last few leaves, and a 1976 gift inscription on the ffep. An in-depth and heavily illustrated history of Cedar Springs, Michigan (just north of Grand Rapids). First Edition. 
Price: 50.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
11 Hennings, Thomas P. Looking Back: The History of Northfield Township and the Whitmore Lake Area (Michigan)
Northfield Township Northfield Township Historical Society 1985 Second edition Paperback Very Good 
Hennings, Thomas P. Looking Back: The History of Northfield Township and the Whitmore Lake Area. Whitmore Lake, Michigan: Northfield Township Historical Society, 1985, second printing. Softcover, 15.2 by 22.8 cm, viii 228 pp., illus. Very good with only light wear to the covers and corners. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. A detailed history of Northfield Township, which lays just north of Ann Arbor, Michigan. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. (case) 
Price: 50.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Grant Area Yesterday – Today [Grant, Mihigan], Horrisberger, Dorothy, et al.
12 Horrisberger, Dorothy, et al. Grant Area Yesterday – Today [Grant, Mihigan]
Grant, MI Grant Public Library 1979 Hardcover Very Good 
Hardcover, tan buckram with brown titles and cover illustrations, 20.2 by 27.3 cm, 303 pp., illus., errata sheet laid in. Very good with some light rubbing at the foot of the spine and minor foxing on a few leaves. Light musty smell. An in-depth history of Grant, Michigan. Illustrated with black and white photos and well indexed. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB, IOBA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. First Edition. 
Price: 60.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Remotely Yours: A Historic Journey into the Whitefish Point Area (Michigan) - Limited Edition Hardcover, Signed, Huttenstine, Jan McAdams
13 Huttenstine, Jan McAdams Remotely Yours: A Historic Journey into the Whitefish Point Area (Michigan) - Limited Edition Hardcover, Signed
Paradise, Michigan East West Press 2010 first printing of the limited edition hardcover Hardcover Near Fine near fine Signed
Hardcover with dust jacket, red cloth with silver spine and cover titles and decorations, 18 by 26 cm, [xii] 274 pp., illus. Near fine hardcover with a bump to the upper corner of the back cover only; in a near fine jacket with the Historical Society of Michigan State History Award gold seal on the front panel. Inscribed and signed twice by the author on the title page: “To […] a book about a special place. Love, Aunt Jan” and “Remotely Yours, Jan McAdams Huttenstine / Christmas 2010.” “Read about life along the Great Lakes Waterway and experience the hearty pioneers who carved an outpost of civilization from the howling wilderness that used to be Whitefish Point. Relive the days of powerful fishing enterprises, cranberry farms along Lake Superior, lighthouse keepers, lifesavers, the effects of shipwrecks on their daily lives, and the proud tradition of the Ojibway. And, learn about the U.S. Navy Radio Station, U.S. Coast Guard, and arrival of automation that led to the Whitefish Point of the 21st century.” The dust jacket is in a fresh mylar cover. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 45.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
An Old Man and His Barn [Fremont, Hesperia, Michigan], Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus.
14 Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus. An Old Man and His Barn [Fremont, Hesperia, Michigan]
Fremont, Michigan Printed by Hi-Lites Graphics for Ray and Phyllis Jansma 1997 First printing Paperback Fine 
Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus. An Old Man and His Barn. Fremont, Michigan: Printed by Hi-Lites Graphics for Ray and Phyllis Jansma, first printing, 1997. Laminated covers with plastic comb binding, 22 by 28 cm, [20] pp., illus. Fine. “In the 1950s Lee and Eva Mills made their barn, near Hesperia, Michigan, into a ‘Dancing Barn.” This book is dedicated to their memory.” A children’s story where the Old Man and his Good Wife refurbish their old barn into a dancing barn. Written by Phyllis Jansma, a Fremont-based music teacher, and illustrated by her husband, Ray Jansma, a well-respected and prolific architect and artist. First Edition. 
Price: 20.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Jake and his Stake [Fremont, Michigan], Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus.
15 Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus. Jake and his Stake [Fremont, Michigan]
Fremont, Michigan Printed by Hi-Lites Graphics for Ray and Phyllis Jansma 1997 First printing Paperback Near Fine 
Staple-bound card-wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, [20] pp., illus. Near fine. A children’s story, originally written in 1958 “when the country schools were still operating in Michigan,” about a boy and his dog – who just couldn’t let him go to school alone. Written by Phyllis Jansma, a Fremont-based music teacher, and illustrated by her husband, Ray Jansma, a well-respected and prolific architect and artist. First Edition. 
Price: 15.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Counting the Losses; Dancing the Fault; In the Presence of Mothers; Killing the Bear; Letters to My Daughters; Lake Songs and Other Fears; The Mad Painter Poems; Walking with the Bear; Woman Poet Volume Three: The Midwest; Fresh Water: Women Writing on the Great Lakes; Currents, Winter 1973; Poetry, March 1974. Poetry, November 1974; Red Cedar Review, May 1975 – ALL SIGNED, Judith Minty
16 Judith Minty Counting the Losses; Dancing the Fault; In the Presence of Mothers; Killing the Bear; Letters to My Daughters; Lake Songs and Other Fears; The Mad Painter Poems; Walking with the Bear; Woman Poet Volume Three: The Midwest; Fresh Water: Women Writing on the Great Lakes; Currents, Winter 1973; Poetry, March 1974. Poetry, November 1974; Red Cedar Review, May 1975 – ALL SIGNED
Near Fine Signed
A Collection of Works by Judith Minty, All Signed. This collection includes signed first editions of eight of Judith Minty’s books, and six other publications in which she was featured. Born in Detroit, Minty earned degrees from Ithaca College and Western Michigan University, and has maintained a Michigan home for most of her life, living on the shores of Lake Michigan and on the Yellow Dog River in the Upper Peninsula. Her first book of poetry won the United States Award of the International Poetry Forum and she has gone on to publish several full-length books of poetry and chapbooks, and her essays, prose and poetry has appeared in over fifty anthologies and journals. Along the way she has been awarded the Villa Montalvo Award for Excellence in Poetry and the Eunice Tiestiens Award from Poetry magazine, among other honors. Minty has taught at several universities, including the University of California, University of Alaska, Grand Valley State, and a decade-long stint as director of the Creative Writing Program at Humboldt State University. While throughout Minty’s work there is a strong sense of place, leaning heavily on the North Woods of Michigan, the Great Lakes, and California, it is Judith’s depiction of the reality of truth that has moved her well beyond the confines of a “regional poet” to the mantel of “Great Poet.” All the books included in this collection are SIGNED by Minty and all are free from writing or other marks. Included are: Counting the Losses. Aptos, California: Jazz Press, 1986. Staple-bound, card wraps. Near fine with light sun fading along spine; Dancing the Fault. Orlando: University of Central Florida Press, Contemporary Poetry Series, 1991, first printing. Hardcover with gilt spine and cover titles, no jacket as issued. Fine; In the Presence of Mothers. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1981, first printing. Hardcover with dust jacket. Hardcover is fine, jacket has two small closed tears on the top edge of the front panel; Killing the Bear. Mancelona, Michigan: Deep Wood Press, 2011, number 72 of a limited edition of 110 – “bound in boards with a dark brown Asahi bookcloth and brick Hahnemühle Burga paper” (an additional ten copies were bound in goat). Fine. Signed by Minty on the half-title page and the limitation page. Also signed by Chad Pastotnik , the printer/binder proprietor of Deep Wood Press, and Glenn Wolff who provided eight wood engravings. A beautifully produced volume. Not poetry, more of a dreamscape – “This came to me as if in a dream,” writes Minty in the preface, “ and I wrote it as I received it. It entered my consciousness like an aura, like a guide or protector, and its violence was shattering at the same time it enthralled me.” Foreword by Annie-Marie Oomen; Letters to My Daughters. Ann Arbor: Mayapple Press, 1980, first printing, limited edition of 700 copies. Staple-bound, card wraps. Fine; Lake Songs and Other Fears. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1974. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book would be near fine if the half-title page hadn’t been removed; the jacket has light rubbing, a couple of small nicks, and a 5cm slice on the front panel near the crease of the flap. Judith’s first book and winner of the 1973 United States Award of the International Poetry Forum; The Mad Painter Poems. Greensboro, North Carolina: March Street Press, 1996, first printing. Staple-bound, card wraps. Fine; Walking with the Bear. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2000, first printing. Wraps, errata slip. Fine. “Walking with the Bear is an extraordinary collection,” writes Jim Harrison, “I was especially drawn to the new poems which seem to lift Judith into the very front rank of American Poetry.”; Dallman, Elaine, editor-in-chief. Woman Poet Volume Three: The Midwest. Reno, Nevada: Women-in-Literature, Inc., 1985, first printing. Hardcover with illustrated boards, no jacket as issued. Minor edge wear with a small scuff at the upper corner of the front cover. A scarce volume, including over forty poets and featuring “Dancing the Fault: The Poetry of Judith Minty” by Shirley Clay Scott, “Interview with Judith Minty” by Karen Carlton, “Judith Minty: Biographical Notes” by Helen Collier, and ten poems by Minty; Swan, Alison. Fresh Water: Women Writing on the Great Lakes. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2006, first printing. Wraps. Fine. Includes the essay “HOMES: Living with Lake Michigan” by Minty; Currents, Winter 1973. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University, Winter 1973. Staple-bound, card wraps. Very good with light yellowing and edge wear. Three early poems by Minty, all of which made it into her first book, Lake Songs and Other Fears – one with minor changes. Inscribed; Poetry, March 1974. Chicago: Modern Poetry Association, March 1974, Volume 123, Number 6. Wraps. Light cover wear and sun fading on the spine. Includes five poems by Minty; Poetry, November 1974. Chicago: Modern Poetry Association, November 1974, Volume 125, Number 2. Wraps. Light cover wear and sun fading on the spine. Contains the 1974 prize announcements, including Minty receiving the Eunice Tietjens Memorial Prize for her poems in the March 1974 issue; Red Cedar Review, May 1975. East Lansing: Red Cedar Review/Michigan State University, May 1975, Volume 9, Number 3. Staple-bound, card wraps. Near fine. The “Women Write” issue, includes four poems by Minty. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB, IOBA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. First Edition. 
Price: 365.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
17 Lloyd William Murray Tender Twigs - Mecosta Michigan
Six Lake Pine Crest 1979 First edition Paperback Good + 
Good condition with light wear to the edges of the covers and wear and creasing to the spine. A bio-fictional story based in Mecosta County, Michigan. Softcover. Six Lake, Michigan: Pine Crest Publishing, 1979, first printing. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB, IOBA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. First Edition. 
Price: 15.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
18 Myers, Robert C. Historical Sketches of Berrien County Volume 2 - Vol. Two - Michigan
Berrien Springs The 1839 Courthouse Museum 1989 First edition Paperback Very Good 
Myers, Robert C. Historical Sketches of Berrien County Volume 2. Berrien Springs, Michigan: The 1839 Courthouse Museum, 1989. Staple-bound, card wraps, 172mm by 209mm, [5] 74 pp. Light wear and yellowing to the wraps, a couple small scuff marks on the upper right front cover, and a small stain on the fore edge. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. A history of Berrien Springs, Michigan, with sections on St. Mary’s Academy, The Klondike King, The Poor Farm, Fort St. Joseph Boulder, The Grand Hotel, Clark Equipment Company, etc. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB, IOBA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. First Edition. 
Price: 15.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Michigan in the War (Civil War), Robert, Jno. (John)
19 Robert, Jno. (John) Michigan in the War (Civil War)
Lansing W.S. George & Co. 1882 Revised Leather_bound Near Fine 
Robert, Jno. (John). Michigan in the War. Lansing: W.S. George & Co., State Printers and Binders, 1882, revised edition. Half-leather, black pebbled cloth over red leather spine and corners with gilt spine titles, 17 by 24.5 cm, 1039 pp., frontis and two additional engravings. This copy has been recently rebound. Binding is fine, interior is near fine with some ink spots on the fore edge of the textbock (see images). An in-depth survey of Michigan’s involvement in the Civil War, published shortly after the end of the conflict, including a register of commissioned officers, Governor Crapo’s welcome to returning troops, volunteer surgeons, the various infantry regiments, etc. A beautiful copy. (case) 
Price: 150.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Off the Record: The Unpublished Photographs of Bill Simmons, a Pictorial History of Saugatuck in the ‘40s and ‘50s [Michigan], Schmiechen, James; Jack Sheridan; Kit Lane, Bill Simmons
20 Schmiechen, James; Jack Sheridan; Kit Lane, Bill Simmons Off the Record: The Unpublished Photographs of Bill Simmons, a Pictorial History of Saugatuck in the ‘40s and ‘50s [Michigan]
Saugatuck, MI Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society 2001 Paperback Very Good 
Glossy wraps, 28 by 21.5 cm, 133 (2) pp., illus. Very good with light wear to the wraps and partial peeling of an award sticker on the front cover. The interior is clean and bright with no writing, highlighting, names or other markings. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. First Edition. 
Price: 75.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
  1  2  NEXT >  
 
Remotely Yours: A Historic Journey into the Whitefish Point Area (Michigan) - Limited Edition Hardcover, Signed, Huttenstine, Jan McAdams
Remotely Yours: A Historic Journey into the Whitefish Point Area (Michigan) - Limited Edition Hardcover, Signed
Huttenstine, Jan McAdams
45.00 USD
Add to Cart

Jake and his Stake [Fremont, Michigan], Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus.
Jake and his Stake [Fremont, Michigan]
Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus.
15.00 USD
Add to Cart

An Old Man and His Barn [Fremont, Hesperia, Michigan], Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus.
An Old Man and His Barn [Fremont, Hesperia, Michigan]
Jansma, Phyllis Butterfield; Ray Jansma, illus.
20.00 USD
Add to Cart

Memories of Maybee: Maybee, Michigan 1873-1973, Siebarth, Jean C.
Memories of Maybee: Maybee, Michigan 1873-1973
Siebarth, Jean C.
30.00 USD
Add to Cart

A History of Godfrey-Lee Public Schools: 1857-1967 (Wyoming, Michigan), Fry, Lloyd C.
A History of Godfrey-Lee Public Schools: 1857-1967 (Wyoming, Michigan)
Fry, Lloyd C.
16.00 USD
Add to Cart

The Cedar Springs Story: A History of Cedar Springs—Nelson & Solon Townships, Michigan, Harrison, Sue; Donna J. DeJong
The Cedar Springs Story: A History of Cedar Springs—Nelson & Solon Townships, Michigan
Harrison, Sue; Donna J. DeJong
50.00 USD
Add to Cart

One Life: Memoirs, Tall Tales, Backwoods Philosophy, Sharpe, Ernest Jack (Newaygo Newt)
One Life: Memoirs, Tall Tales, Backwoods Philosophy
Sharpe, Ernest Jack (Newaygo Newt)
20.00 USD
Add to Cart

Remembering: New, Narrative Poems about those Good Old Days, Sharpe, Ernest Jack (Newaygo Newt)
Remembering: New, Narrative Poems about those Good Old Days
Sharpe, Ernest Jack (Newaygo Newt)
20.00 USD
Add to Cart

 
 


Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to books@bayleafbooks.com
Copyright©2017. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie