Description:Good. Appleton-Century Company, Inc. 1947 (Hardback with lib. Dj...Good. Appleton-Century Company, Inc. 1947 (Hardback with lib. Dj, x-rental library with usual markings, owner name on fep, o/w good condition)
Description:Fair. Normal reading wear around the edges with some scuffing...Fair. Normal reading wear around the edges with some scuffing and frays at the corners. Gift inscription on the first endpaper, otherwise text is clean and well bound. No DJ.
Description:Very Good in good jacket. -The Incredible Newspaper. First...Very Good in good jacket. -The Incredible Newspaper. First Edition, First Printing, with (1) on last page. Black cloth boards with yellow lettering on cover and spine. Hint of soiling (a few small faint water spots), very slight corner wear. Binding is tight & square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean. Clean endpapers; no names, writing or marks. 334 pgs. with index. Dustjacket is price clipped at top corner of front inside flap, has some edge and corner chipping. Enclosed in new archival quality removable mylar cover. The Paris Herald was founded in 1887 and never missed an issue until the Nazis forced suspension after the fall of the capital in 1940. Here's the story of the Herald, plus intimate glimpses of the writerrs, musicians, and athletes who formed an intricate design in the pattern of Parisian life: Josephine Baker, Lindbergh, Elliot Paul, Hemingway, and others of influence during this era.
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