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Fine. No Jacket. Book. 5 1/4 By 7 1/2" Adventures, Observations among the Native & Migratory tribes of Florida, Stoical Time-Killers of Palm Beach, Tin-canners of remote interior & semi-Violent people of Miami. Many photos of rich, famous & curious. Only very slight signs of age to blue cloth hardcover, pgs browned, NO DJ.
Octavo, VG/no-DJ; dark gray spine with faded gold text; boards strong, clean, with some bumping; text block clean; 198pp; Illus., photos; ink signature and date (1926) on inside front cover; ink stamp "Kimball House" on ffep; else very good. Rockville.
Fine condition. Adventures and Observations Among the Native and Migratory Tribes of Florida, Including the Stocial Time-Killers of Palm Beach, the Gentle and Gregarious Tin-Canners of the Remote Interior, and the Vivactious and Semi-Violent Peoples of Miami and Its Purliens. 198 pp., frontis photograph; 12mo; original gilt stamped green cloth, without dust jacket.
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