3rd Ed. Volume XVI of the 'Young Folks Library' of 20 volumes, Thomas Bailey Aldrich is Editor-In-Chief, prior copyright 1901. 7 3/4"" x 5 1/4", 392 pgs; color frontispiece + 6 other color plates, 105 B/W illustrations in text, patterned endpapers; consists of writings from Walter Scott, Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, Emile Zola & many others, & spans wars from the Battle of Marathon to the Battle of Santiago; biographical notes, suggestions for supplementary reading; grey cloth binding is illus. on front & spine & has gilt lettering, TEG; Long is described as Secretary of the U. S. Navy, Boston. Moderate foxing of endpapers + illus. pages & their facing page, spine cracked at front title pages, ink on over side of frontispiece, binding is moderately soiled & especially worn at spine & top corners. FAIR.
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