Good. First edition, 1954. Cloth hardcover, 384 pp., clean unmarked text, Good copy, lacking the front flyleaf, some age-toning to the pages and page-edges, minor rubbing to the tips of the covers. Remnant of the dust jacket loosely inserted. Uncommon book.
Charts. Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-Over 8"-9" Tall. xiv, , 384 pp, red clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine. The book contains the genealogies of various families in Virginia, Maryland, and South Carolina. Some of the family names are: Stone, Smallwood, Smith, Claiborne, Travis, Newton, Gregg, Colclough, Reade, Pace, Moore, Godwyn, Crayfford, Warren, Davis, Ruffin, Eldridge, Glood, Gray, Haynes, Norwood, Sledge, and many more. prev owner's address label on ffep, prev owner stamped on the ffep, some underlining and marking in the text, small stain on fore edge of the book, the front & rear joints of the book are discolored due to the age of the adhesive used in the production of the book. Stamped on the ffep "From the Library of Jean Andrews, PHD". Dr. Andrews was a professor at UT and wrote several books on natural history. "Sea Shells of the Texas Coast", "the Texas Bluebonnet", "Shells and Shores of Texas", "Peppers" and several more.
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