Joseph Eugene Dash. Good. Book. 9" by 6" "A Just Right Book." Green cloth binding with decorated cover, sturdy, 217 pages, edges very rubbed with fraying at all corners, small piece of cloth on spine is missing, interior is bright and clean.
Dash, Joseph Eugene. Very good. No dust jacket. Spine ends frayed; spine sunfaded; corners bumped; penciled gift inscription; else VG. 217 p. Includes illustrations. Two-color and B&W illustrations; color plate mounted on front cover.
Joseph Eugene Dash. Good. No Jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Edge and corner wear, scuffed and scratched, corners are bumped and rubbed, former owner's name in ink on the ffep, no dj, some shelf wear, overall a clean used first edition (fifth printing)! Green cloth with a color full page pastedown of a group of indians around a fire with blue lettering at the top and bottom and gilt lettering on the spine. Illustrated endpapers. 217 unmarked and uncreased historical pages nicely enhanced by red, black and white illustrations! "There have been many different tribes of Red Men in our country and some of them are well known to boys and girls while others, like the Cherokee people, the Indian cave builders of the south, are strangers....."----from the Preface.
Very Good+ Fifth printing, 1935, hardcover, octavo, 217pp., illustrated in color and b&w. Book VG+ with mild rubbing and general soil to boards and spine, binding tight, small previous owner's signature to front flyleaf, otherwise text clean bright and unmarked. No DJ.
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