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Good. New York, 1963; black cloth covered boards with dust jacket; jacket has light edge wear, now in Brodart cover; edges of text block spotted; tight binding; Interior clean and unmarked; 8vo-over 7 3/4"-9 3/4" Tall; 364 pages.
Near fine in very good jacket. xi, 364 pp + illustrations, with frontispiece, index. Very light edge wear including lightly bumped lower corners; else clean and sound. Dust jacket shows some edgewear with slightly sunned spine. "Chaim Weizmann, the chief architect of the State of Israel and its first President, was one of the few authentic makers of history in our generation. This book, published to commemorate the tenth anniversary of his death, is a mosaic-created respectfully but without paralyzing reverence-by a panel of Chaim Weizmann's friends, associates and even critics" (dust jacket). Authors include Sir Isaiah Berlin, Selman Waksman, aAbba Eban, Louis Lipsky, and others.
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