Good+ in Good jacket. Book Ex-library. "Discard" stamped a few times, minimal other marks. Oversized red cloth. Most of FEP gone. Part of dust jacket glued down. World's Fair in Philadelphia. Index, many b/w repros of old wood engravings. 38137 shelf.
Very Good. No Jacket. 4to. HEAVY. 156pp, index, approx 70 bw ills, pictorial endpapers. Original russet cloth, lacking jacket. An account of the Centennial Exhibition of 1876 held in Philadelphia, and the pavillions and exhibits therein. Also an account of Schwarzmann, the chief architect for the magnificent pavillions used for the exhibition.
First edition. Very good hardcover with Very good minus dustwrapper. First edition. Text clean. Illustrated. Spine ends lightly bumped. Dustwrapper price clipped. Light water stain to dustwrapper spine and bottom edge. Small stain on top corner on front dustwrapper.
VG cover and text. Orange cloth boards, white pictorial dust jacket. 157 pp. 51 bw plates and 20 bw engravings. An account of the Centennial Exhibition of 1876 held in Philadelphia, and the pavillions and exhibits therein. Also an account of Schwarzmann, the chief architect for the magnificent pavillions used for the exhibition.
(ESPOSITION--PHILADELPHIA--1876) MAASS, John. THE GLORIOUS ENTERPRISE. Watkins Glen, New York: American Life Foundation, (1973. ) 4to. Cloth, dust jacket. Frontispiece, 156, (1) pages. First edition. The first modern study of the Centennial Exhibition of 1876 and H.J. Schwarzmann, its Architect-in-Chief, with seventy-two illustrations. Name in ink on front blank, else very good in a chipped dust jacket.
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