Good Plus in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Vivid account of the Spanish Flu that killed 20 million people in 17 weeks; the greatest plague since the Black Death of the Middle Ages, and the third worst known. Pale yellow linen cloth, green cloth backstrip with gilt-stamped lettering, publisher's red dye on top edges, black endpapers, viii, 376pp, Facts About the Flu, Bibliography, 8pp photo section. First American Edition. Spine slightly shaken (not as firm as new but wholly intact), text bright, crisp & clean. Dust Jacket has small chips at spine corners & top corners, has a small dampstain at spine bottom on backside otherwise not visible, quite bright & complete, not price-clipped.
[0-689-10592-4] 1974, 1st American edition. (Hardcover) Very good in very good dust jacket. 376pp. Top edge stained red. Photographs, bibliography. The dust jacket is price-clipped. "The epic drama of the influenza pandemic which ravaged the world for four terrifying months during 1918-19". Time Period 1919-1918. (Medicine, Epidemics, Influenza, Medicine, Pandemics)
ISBN 0-689-70592-4. Hardback. First American Printing. Tight Sound Unmarked Copy In Very Good Condition in a Very Good Condition Dustjacket with Minor rubs and Creases around It's Edges. Please note: This book was stored in a very humid environment then was dried out quickly leaving a slight warp to the book but pages move freely. $10.00 Original Price is Present and Unclipped on the Front Dustjacket Flap.
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