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Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Slight bumps to a few corners. Jacket has a bit of sticker residue, a small tear at one corner and slight edge wear. Investigative journalism about a Mormon farmer in Utah shot and killed by law enforcement. Both sides embroiled in a long-standing conflict over John Singer's insistence to home school his children in accordance with his fundamentalist beliefs.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, U.S.A.
Date published: 1980
Description: Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8vo. Some sticker shadow on the dust jacket, otherwise a fine copy. A reflective essay on the tragic career of Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy. 114 pages. Read More
Edition: Later Printing
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York
Date published: 1927
Description: Good+ No Jacket. 12mo. Beginning separation of front pages from binding is evident. Corners and spine ends bumped. Light shelf wear. Pencil notes in the margin of a few pages. Diagonal crease near upper corner of rear board. History of art in Flanders with a focus on illumination and miniature, areas where Flemish artists especially excelled. Black & white photos of paintings on nearly every page, 341 pp. Read More
Edition: Second Printing
Publisher: Random House, New York
Date published: 1970
Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. Light wear at the spine ends and corners. Book design by Mary M. Ahearn. Woodcut by Guy Fleming. Novel set in the hill country of northeast Mississippi during the 1930s. Read More