Snow, Edward Rowe., Dodd, Mead & Co., nd, c1968, 1st Edition, cloth, note on fpdep, tiny spots on edges & slightly cocked o/w vg w/chipped & spine faded dj (handwritten titles on dj spine), 270 pp w/index, B & W photographic & other illus., 8vo, "New England Tales of Land and Sea"
Good+ in Good+ dust jacket. Front cover is very slightly waped and the binding is a little cocked. Else very minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Moderate edge foxing. Very minor endpaper foxing. Contents are clean and unworn. DJ's spine is darkened but lettering is clear, else minor wear and soil on the complete DJ.; Blue cloth, white lettering. 16p b/w illustratio ns.8-1/4" Tall, 270pp. TRUE ADVENTURE. In legends and bizarre but true tales, New England is perhaps the richest region in the world. Snow here presents an exciting selection of the best the area has to offer, ranging from the weird tale of Peter Rugg, who hoped to reach Boston but always drove away from it, to an account of the hermit of Isle au Haut and the treasure he left behind. Mr. Snow's many followers will recognize in these tales of ghosts, supersititions, duels, and disasters at sea the touch of the master storyteller.; 8-1/4" Tall; 270 pages.
Illus. b/w Photographs. Good/No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Inscribed By Author. Covers spotted and bit scuffed edges. Some pen marks bottom fore-edge. Inscribed "To Wayne Edward Row Snow 1970" with drawing of whale. Contents clean and nice. A couple of bottom corners gone-still good, tight, clean copy.
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