Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Light blue cloth, lettered in black. xi, 80 pp., illus. w/ b&w plates. Cloth is spotted on portions of both covers and in joints, likely the result of the binding glue reacting to the cloth, otherwise only slight shelf wear. Gift inscription ated 1937 on front flyleaf, illustrated book plate mounted on front pastedown. Solid Near Fine downgraded due to purely cosmetic issues.
Very Good. With a foreword by Owen Wister. xii, 80 pages, 17 plates, cloth, very good. From the preface: This book can only claim to lay out the materials for the history of one of the most interesting institutions in America. It was originally written in pamphlet form for the members of the Library Company.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book. Inscribed by Author(s) Association copy, inscribed by author on fep to author Struthers Burt, VG/G as dj shows wear, covers have light whitish spots80pps, Gray is librarian of the Library Company, supposedly America's first library. Loosely inserted newspaper articles on the Burt family. Also included is a 12 page lined series of notes addressed to Burt from unknown source (family member? ) about various bookish matters relating to the library, written in pencil, some interesting comments.
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