Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Ex-library very minor shelf wear w/ all stamps. 4 p. L., 7-100 p., 1 L. illus., ix col. pl. on 4 L. 32 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Plates. The material in this book forms the basis of a national radio broadcast from October 6th, 1934, through January 26, 1935, initiated by the General federation of women's clubs under the auspices of the American federation of arts, with the cooperation...Bibliography: p. 97-98, 100.
Very Good. Cahill, Holger (ed). Art in America: A Complete Survey. NY: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1935. 161pp. Illustrated. Bibliography. Folio. Red cloth with gilt lettering. Book condition: Very good with light soiling, rubbing, and foxing. Dust Jacket Condition: Good with light soiling, rubbing, chipped corners, and a few small closed tears in edges. Comes in dust jacket protector.
Good. Cahill, Holger (editor). Art in America in Modern Times. Barr, Jr., Alfred H. (editor). New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1934. 110pp. Illustrated. Bibliography. Folio. Gray cloth with gilt lettering on backstrip. Book condition: Good with rubbed and bumped corners. Faded backstrip and soiled edges. Slightly skewed spine.
Photos. Very Good- No Jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Clean save a few tiny spots, well sunned from light blue to white, spine gilt still bright, little wear. Innards clean & tight. 100 pp + color plates in back.
VG, but covers soiled. Cloth or wraps. 100 pp. 9 plates after text. An adaptation of their book, this guide was published to accompany a series of radio broadcasts which were sponsored by the NBC radio network.
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