Very good, very good. 1117, illus., source notes, bibliography, index. A monumental biography of an extraordinary president, Harry Truman--the man who brought the country solidly into the 20th century. Drawing from archival materials and extensive interviews, McCullough chronicles Truman's life, but it is Truman's emergence as a decisive and confident president that forms the heart of this book.
Jim Kalett. Good in Good jacket. Signed. [W]. 271 pp. Hardcover, bound in boards with dustjacket. Moderate shelf-wear with a few tears to the jacket; gift inscription on the free endpaper; some discoloration to the edges. Inscribed to a prior owner and signed by the photographer on an interior page.
Good. 0671212133 1st edition 1st printing-some staining and wear to dust jacket (now in mylar cover) some foxing to page edge-some sun fade to edge of cover-otherwise binding strong contents clean-enjoy.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition, first printing, hardcover. 751 pages. Pictorial endpapers. Illustrated with both b&w photos and color prints. Acknowledgments, source notes, bibliography, index. Very good with tail of spine bumped and top corner of front board very lightly bumped, in a very good dust jacket with light edgewear and faint crease to top corner of rear foldover. Mylar cover on jacket. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
Very Good+ in Near Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 1st Ed., 1st Ptg. Award winnigng McCullough turns his keen historical eye to Harry S. Truman in this 1, 117 pp. biography. Crisp, tight and bright book appears unread. Previous owner's name, address & phone # on front free end paper. Bottom page edge has two small very faint spots. Interior clean. Dust jacket is bright and colorful with very light edgewear. Now in protective cover.
Very Good/Good+ Large Quarto 0385274270 271 pgs. map endpapers. Black Cloth. Silver lettering hundreds of black and white photographs throughout. Light wear to extremities otherwise near fine, unmarked copy. Unclipped jacket has a couple of closed teares. in fresh mylar sleeve. celebration in text and photos of Brooklyn. Begins with brief history from treatise with the local Indians to the 1898 union of the independent City of Brooklyn. Other chapters cover neighborhoods, waterfront, parks, recreations.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 610 p. Book Condition: Near fine in a very good dj. Clean inside pages and a tight binding. Large folio. Heavily illustrated in photos.
As New in Fine jacket. 1st Printing. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. pp. 576. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Biography. Author of TRUMAN, 1776, JOHN ADAMS and others. As new, unread copy, in fine, mylar-protected dust jacket. NF48.
First Edition, first printing with full number line in fine / like new condition. The dust jacket has minor shelf wear. Pages are clean. Boards are solid, and spine is square and tight. Unclipped DJ. No remainder mark. All items guaranteed, and a portion of each sale supports social programs in Los Angeles. Ships from CA.
Very Good + in Very Good + jacket. A square solid tight over-all clean un-read copy of the Pulitzer Prize winning book. The text block is slightly concave at the top of the spine. This copy has some veryyyyyyyyy light pagedge soil else fine. The 30.00 jacket has some very light rubbing wear, light wrinkling along the top edge, a sall chip from the bottom edge near the base of the spine. This copy, huge at 1100+ pages has NONE of the wear and lean usually associated with a book this size.
Very Good + Limited Edition A square solid tight carefully read copy. This copy has some light pagedge soil, two light corner bumps, some light browning to extremities. This copy was one of a group that were presented to the passengers of the of the Royal Odyssey, a cruise liner that is/was a part of the Royal Cruise line in 1984, as a souviner of of a cruise through the Panama Canal to celebrate the 70th anniversary of it's completion in 1914. This copy has two items laid in that verify the above, a copy of a note from the from the administrator of the canal and also a bookmark from the Cruise Line, both items mentioning the celebration. In addition there is a tipped in page containing a note from David McCullough with his facsimile signature. This copy is one of an un-known number of a Limited Edition, publisher's phrase not mine, limited by the presence of the tipped in page with the McCullough signature. A book by the Pulitzer Prize winning author of John Adams and Truman THAT ACTUALLY MADE A TRIP THROUGH THE CANAL.
Fine. Signed by author. near fine in softcover. 698 p. Includes: illustrations, maps, index, bibliography. signed only by author on ffep. Laid in is a card from the Tulsa Oklahoma Library Trust, dated January 2, 1996, where the author had received an award and gave a talk the previous December, 1995.
Fine. No dust jacket. 698 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. THE BOOK IS 100% CLEAN AND UNMARKED THE COVER HAS A SMALL CRACK OF 1/2 INCH OTHER WISE IT IS PERFECT IT HAS NO JACKET AND THE EDGES HAS A TINY BIT OF RUBBING NO WORN
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Simon & Schuster First Edition / First Printing. Hardcover, Near Fine in Near Fine DJ (without Pulitzer prize sticker. Only flaw is remnants of former owner's sticker on FFEP. Pulitzer prize winning biography.
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