Fair. B0007DM4Z4 Fair. Moderate shelf wear to covers/corners; front hinge weakening. Frontispiece loose, Contains academic or public library markings. Hardcover lacking the Dust Jacket. Earthlight Books is a family owned and operated, independent bookstore serving Walla Walla, Washington since 1973.
Good. No dust jacket as issued. Highlighting/underlining. This is a rare, unbound reviewer's preview copy of what became an authoritative guide to American forest fires. Good +++ Pages are published but unbound. xiv, 229 p. front., illus. (maps) plates. 22 cm. "First printing. " "Some notes on generous aid rendered and a bibliography": p. 219-224 The Oregonian journalist who received this copy highlighted several excerpts for his newspaper article about the book. The author was a personal friend of the owner.
ISBN. B0007DM4Z4 Hardback. First printing as stated on copyright page. No dust jacket; bound in red boards with black lettering on spine. Slight mustiness; light foxing on top edge; previous owner's bookplate on front paste down top edge (2"x3"); slight wear to corners and edges; minor browning throughout; otherwise tight, sound and unmarked in Good condition.
ISBN. B0007DM4Z4 Hardback. First printing as stated. No dust jacket; bound in red boards with black lettering. Slight spine cock; scattered pinpoint white dots on front board; slight dust soiling to boards; slight wear to corners and edges; slight browning to page edges; otherwise tight, sound and unmarked in Very Good condition.
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