Good. Hard cover edition. Condition: Good. First free page and second page with painting have come detached. Preivous owner's name and address written on first free page, and name stamped at top corners of first few pages. Covers show some chipping and scuffing.; 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾"
Good. Presumed first edition (no additional printings listed). Paste-down paper covered boards (Washington crossing Delaware on front, flag draped Liberty Bell on rear), 7x8 ¾ inches, 120 pp, illustrated with 8 chromolithograph plates. Hardcover, good. Corners bumped with cardboard exposed there and at spots along edges of boards, moderate shelf wear, approximately ¼ inch fraying at head and foot of spine, gilt a bit rubbed. Internally, age yellowed, previous owner's inscription (in pencil), 2 inch tear at inside edge of frontispiece, otherwise tight, clean, relatively crisp and unmarked. Children's; history; American Revolution; Americana; biography.
Good+ with no dust jacket. Hinge papers starting (partially torn). Four color illustrations which have all come loose resulting in edge wear to each. Text pages are tight and in good condition although showing some yellowing.; Square 4to 9"-11" tall; 120 pages.
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Very Good- 9.5" x 8"; 120 pages; Undated (c. 1906). Inscribed as presentation copy from teacher to student: "March 25, 1907. Presented to Claude Snyder for being perfect in attendance. -Charles C. Little-Teacher", Light soiling on seveal pages and first 5 pages have pinholes from 3 staples that are no longer present. Six full-page chromolithographs of Washington's exploits, this is a child's edition with mostly one syllable words, blue decorative cloth cover with color art of Washington at Valley Forge. Gilt on spine.
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