Hutchinson, William M. Good. No Jacket. This 5.5"x8.5" hard cover book has a red cover with black lettering on the front and spine of the cover. A Landmark Series book about the history of the Naval Academy and the Navy. The book is illustrated with black and white drawing illustrations throughout the book. 176 pages. Book is in good condition with faint stamp on the front endpaper, edgewear, chipped spine ends, soil and ink stain on back cover.
Hutchinson, William M. Good Condition in Fair jacket. Shelf wear, yellowing; old price in ink inside; a solid book. The jacket is present but heavily creased, chipped and torn. Illustrator: Hutchinson, William M. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Juvenile; Inventory No: 143849.
Good with No dust jacket as issued. Text is clean. Ex-library copy with obvious wear to heavy library binding, corners and spine ends rubbed. Upper corner to front free endpaper missing. School name on outer text edges.; [Bloom, Who Should We Then Read? , pp. 296-311] [Ward & Marquardt, Authors of Books for Young People, 2nd ed, pg. 434-5]; Landmark Books; Ex-Library; Vol. 84; B&W Photographs; 198 pages.
William M. Hutchinson. Near Fine in Very Good (in mylar) jacket. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Illustrated endpapers, exeptionally clean and tight textblock. Yellow top edge. Dark pink cloth binding with blue and black stamped decoration on front cover, minimally shelf worn. Price-clipped dust jacket, light wear to some of the edges, small tear to front corner on foot of spine. 176pp., including index.
Very Good in Good dust jacket. Binding is clean, sound and unworn. Very minor edge foxing. Contents are almost like new. 1" tear in DJ's top edge, DJ's edges are rubbed, else minor wear and soil on the complete DJ.; 8-1/2" Tall, 176pp. Red cloth, black lettering, black and gray decoration on spine and front cover. Colorfully Illustrated endpapers. JUVENILE HISTORY. "This is an exciting account of the daily routine, strict discipline and spectacular events that make up a midshipman's schedule. It is also the life story of the heart of the United States Navy from its earliest days. " 12-page b/w photo section. Chapter-head drawings by William M. Hutchinson.
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