Near Fine Condition in Very Good jacket. Near Fine pamphlet in VG-wrapper. 31 p. front. 19 cm. Black text on red textured paper, which is loose like a dust jacket over the plain heavier stock covers of the pamphlet. Reprint of an article that first appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. Size: Duodecimo (12 mo; up to 7 3/4" / 17.5-20 cm tall). Text block is tight, bright and unmarked. Wrapper has some spotting on the front cover and a 1/4" bump at the bottom left corner and a 1/4" closed tear at the bottom center of the front panel. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 0 lbs 2 oz. Category: History; United States / State & Local / New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT); United States; 1950s; Humour. Dewey Code: 974.1 R644. Inventory No: 922.
Small 4to. Stiff wrappers, dust jacket. 25pp. Illustrations. Fine/very good. Tight, superb copy of this reprint of Roberts' 1948 "Saturday Evening Post" article taking Arnold J. Toynbee to task for denigrating Maine, first published separately in 1951 by Colby College Press. This Anthoensen Press edition limited to 1500 copies.
Fine in green cloth covered boards with gilt text printing on the spine and front board with a paper illustrated label. Without a dust jacket as issued. Number 10 out of a special edition of 50 printed and bound in green cloth covered boards by the Anthoensen Press of Porland, Maine. 25 pages of text.
First edition. Stapled wrappers in dustwrapper. Neat bookplate on the inside front wrapper else fine. A scarce and attractively printed pamphlet reprinting an article from The Saturday Evening Post defending the reputation of Maine.
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