Appalachian Mountain Club. APPALACHIA. Vol. 1, no. 1 - Vol. 14, No. 2. (June, 1876 - June, 1917). Boston: Published for the Club by Houghton Mifflin at The Riverside Press, Cambridge. Each volume of Appalachia contains four numbered issues. We offer a large, early run of the mountain periodical, complete. Illustrated with portraits, diagrams, photographs and maps; some of the maps fold-out. Octavo. Individual numbers are bound in original, printed paper wrappers. The first ten volumes are bound in black cloth, with the original wrappers for each number bound-in. The set is ex-library, with pencil notations to front wrappers of some issues and a bookplate to front pastedown of each cloth-bound volume. (External and internal library markings are minor.) The wrappers of the individual issues show some edgewear and occasional soiling, while the cloth-bound volumes show genral light scuffing. The text is uniformly clean throughout and well illustrated. Also included is a later, single issue of Appalachia, from June, 1934 (Vol. 20, No.4), in original green paper wrappers. Offered with: BULLETIN [OF THE] APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB. Vol. 10, No. 1 - Vol. 12, No. 4 (October, 1916 - January, 1919). Each volume contains ten numbered issues and this small run is nearly complete, lacking only one issue: Vol. 11, No. 10 (September, 1918). Each issue is approximately 16 pp. and records recent or upcoming chapter business, reviews of excursions and information about future outings. 12mo., printed paper wrappers, wire saddle stitch. Most issues have some dust-soiling to wrappers and a few are creased, but generally clean and crisp within. Also included is a later, single issue of the Bulletin, from January, 1942, (Vol. 8 N.S., No. 1), in original paper wrappers. Offered with: APPALACIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB REGISTER for the years 1879-83, 1885, and 1900. Published annually, each register lists the officers and by-laws of the club, as well as the general membership. Approximately 4.5 in. by 6 in. each. Printed paper wrappers, wire saddle stitch. Most wrappers have some library pencilling/stamping to top wrap, and show general dust-soiling and occasionally a nick. The back panel of one issue is detached. Clean within. While not complete, this is a substantial, early run of the.