Titolo: MAIN-TRAVELED ROADS: SIX MISSISSIPPI STORIES
Casa editrice: ARENA PUBLISHING COMPANY, BOSTON, MA
Data di pubblicazione: 1891
Legatura: Hard Cover
Condizione libro: GOOD CONDITION
Edizione: First Edition.
260 PAGES. WATER STAINING OF THE SPINE AND REAR COVER. EX-LIBRARY, "PILLSBURY FREE LIBRARY" STAMP. POCKET REMOVED FROM THE REAR COVER WITH REMNANTS OF THE PAPER REMAINING. INTERESTING PRESENTATION LABEL ON THE INNER FRONT COVER "PRESENTED TO YHE PILLSBURY FREE LIBRARY BY MRS. GEORGE A. PILLSBURY. THE LIBRARY OPENED IN 1892 FOLLOWING THE DONATION OF THE BUILDING BY THE FLOUR MAGNATE GEORGE A. PILLSBURY. THIS VOLUME WAS UNDOUBTEDLY AMONG THE FIRST OF 4500 VOLUMES INSTALLEND IN THE LIBRARY.ALSO, A PASTED ON LABEL ON THE FIRST FREE END PAGE STATES THE RULES OF THE LIBRARY. THE FIRST ISSUE OF GARLAND'S BOOK OF SIX RURAL STORIES THAT WAS PUBLISHED AGAIN TWO YEARS LATER BY STONE & KIMBALL WITH MANY SUBSEQUENT EDITIONS BY STONE & KIMBALL AND OTHERS. MILD COCKING OF THE BOOK AND TONING OF THE PAGES WITH AGE. THE INTERIOR IS CLEAN AND TIGHT. Size: 5 1/8" X 7 1/2". Codice inventario libreria 333113
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