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What to do with old books (late 1800s, early 1900s) [SOLVED]
My mom has a box of old books that she doesn't want to keep in the basement anymore, but she doesn't want to chuck them out because maybe one of them might be worth something (well, that and the fact that it's kind of cool having something that old). I don't imagine any of them would be valuable unless they're first editions or something, but I know nothing of book values so maybe you folks could help me out or point me to somewhere informative.
I'll include all the information I can get out of the books, and if pictures would help then I can get those too.
The oldest books are:
The Life of Kitt Carson by Edward S. Ellis, copyright 1889, The American News Company, published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York
Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer by Cyrus Townsend Brady, copyright 1903 The Pearson Publishing Company
The Mutiny of the Elsinore by Jack London, copyright 1913 and 1914, published September 1914
Adventure by Jack London, copyright 1910 and 1911, published March 1911
Then there's a copy of Huckleberry Finn by Samuel Clemens that doesn't have any dates in the book at all. It just says 'printed in the United States of America' and has 'Books Inc' on the spine.
The books aren't in the greatest condition, but they're all still held together and perfectly readable. I'm probably more looking at what to do with them than if they're worth anything. Seems like a shame to just throw them out.