Good. 1st Edition, 1951. Functional copy of scarce, important work. No dust jacket. Blue and black cloth boards have moderate wear and soiling, spine ends and edges of book have heavy wear, binding is sound, interior very clean.
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Good with no dust jacket. 23 Color plates and 166 B&W plates, author was Director of Art for the Counseling Center for Gifted Children of the School of Education of NYU, book tells the story of her students and their growth, Contents clean and unmarked, covers blue w/ darker spine and gilt spine lettering, top edge blue, covers rubbed, spine somewhat faded, two ring stains (possibly from a glass) on frnt cover,
Very Good with no dust jacket. Tight, Clean, Unmarked Copy Prev. Owner's Name Written Neatly at Top of FFEP; New York Times Review Tipped-in; Front Hinge Just Starting at Top Edge, Yet Strong; Covers w/ Light Shelfwear; 1.1 x 9.5 x 7.3 Inches; 370 pages.
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