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Binding is tight, cover is good but scuffed and soiled. The text has a small amount of marking. Bottom page corners in first part of book has a stain from liquid. Former owner's name on front end page. Your purchase benefits world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee.
Good. No dust jacket. Ex-lib in stout buckram rebind with usual marks; tight, text is good. Unknown printing. Illustrated by. index; xi, 296 p. 19 cm. "These pages represent an effort to give some hint of the forces that have made for cultivation in Indiana. While the immediate purpose has been an examination of the state's performance in literature, it has seemed proper to approach the subject with a slight review of Indiana's political and social history. "--Pref.
Good with no dust jacket. A sound, tight copy, in a blue cloth binding; text is clean and slightly tanned, with no creased or torn leaves and several minor, widely-spaced pencil markings; binding is clean, with light to moderate wear, light spotting to rear board, discoloration due to moisture along bottom on both boards; previous owner's name on front free endpapers; foxing to endpapers and pastedowns.; Focusing primarily on Indiana's rich literary history, this volume also deals with the state's political and social history.; 7.25" tall; 296 pages.
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