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Description:Lynd Ward. Good/-- The story of the Dewitt Clinton Engine....Lynd Ward. Good/-- The story of the Dewitt Clinton Engine. 149pp; 7.5" tall x 5.5"; brown cover w ith black lettering & decoration front & spine; ils in brown on endpages; 2-col or plates & b/w decorations; wear to extrems of cover; paper over hinges is beg inning to tear.
Description:Ward, Lynd. Fair. No Jacket. 6x8 hard cover book, green with...Ward, Lynd. Fair. No Jacket. 6x8 hard cover book, green with orange print. The true and honest story of the Dewitt Clinton engine, and of all that he saw and did. This "pioneer" is a NY Central Railroad locomotive, Little Blacknose. To all good engines, and all the boys and girls who like to wave at them, this book is dedicated by the author. Book is in fair condition with usual ex-library markings, removed front endpaper, cracked hinges, foxing, tanned pages, wear, and soil.
Description:Lynd Ward. GOOD PLUS. NO DUST JACKET. Cloth covers are lightly...Lynd Ward. GOOD PLUS. NO DUST JACKET. Cloth covers are lightly edgeworn and soiled; spine ends just beginning to fray; multiple ownership markings on half-title page; gift inscription on frontispiece verso; light smudging to pages; binding sound and hinges intact.
Description:Ward, Lynd. Very Good. No Jacket. Later Printing. 5th printing....Ward, Lynd. Very Good. No Jacket. Later Printing. 5th printing. Previous owner's gift inscription to the half title page. Some darkening and foxing to the page extremities. A couple dogeared pages, short tear to one page. Some edgewear, slight spine lean. A very good copy. No jacket. Hardcover.
Description:Fourth printing. Illustrated by Lynd Ward. Small bookstore label...Fourth printing. Illustrated by Lynd Ward. Small bookstore label on rear pastedown, spine slightly cocked, still near fine in an about very good price-clipped dustwrapper with small chipping on spine ends (affecting the spine title) and corners.
Description:Lynd Ward. VG- Color frontis. Front decorated endpaper cracked...Lynd Ward. VG- Color frontis. Front decorated endpaper cracked near spine, a few page corner top tips have been bend and straightened, 1929 inscription in light pencil. otherwise good. Includes eight watercolor pages and 1 watercolor frontis. The story of the DeWitt Clinton Engine and how it changed history. This is told in a story form. The story takes place in New York City and Albany, New York in 1831. There were only street cars driven by horses before this first steam engine was made. During the narrative the reader learns a bit about the early 1800's as well as what New York City and Albany looked like before all the high-rises were built and how the coming of the railroad helped to change life as they world new it at that time.
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