Good. 1941 1st ed. Dust jacket is torn and chipped; old tape repairs. Protected in mylar sleeve. Text is clean, bright and unmarked. Binding sound. We ship daily from Northern Nevada in a double-padded mailer.
Very good in very good dust jacket. WEAR AND TEAR TO THE DJ, BINDING IS TIGHT AND IS VERY GOOD CONDITION. xii, 436 p., 1 l. front., illus., plates, ports. 24 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Portraits, Plates. "Edited and condensed...by Arthur Pound."--Pref. "Appendix: Statement of Owen D. Young to the Temporary National Economic Committee, regarding the formation of capital of the General Electric Company, Washington, D. C., May 17, 1939.": p. -424.
Very Good. No Jacket. No marks or damage from past owners, Not a former library book, Not a remainder, or book club, no jacket, Hardcover. Hammon had the temperament of the true historian; he waded through records, he tracked down traditional stories to their sources. And because he saw the epic of electricity in terms of men, the story he wrote was a human one. To him history was a labor of love. All books shipped within 24 hours with U. S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation, each order is packaged in a new box with bubble wrap, and always your satisfaction is guaranteed.
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