Very Good/Very Good. Octavo, 8 1/4" tall, 172 pages, tan boardswith gilt lettering; b&w photographs. A very good, clean hardcover first edition with minor shelf wear, foxing to the endpapers; hinges and binding tight, paper clean and lightly yellowed. In a very good dust jacket with light wear at the folds, a short tear at the rear panel, and price clipped.
VG in G DJ. The Bubolz family came to American with their parents in the 1860s, part of the large throng of German. Immigrants who entered Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest in serach of freedom and opportunity. DJ rubbed & edge wear.
Good+ in Good+ dust jacket; Spine bumped, foxing eps. Dust jacket light shelfwear, crease along bottom. 0682483540. Signed by the author, with author's picture glued in front endpaper! The story of German immigrants to Wisconsin in the 1860s.; octavo; 172 pages; Signed by Author.
VG in G DJ. Inscribed by author. The Bubolz came to American with their parents in the 1860s, part of the large throng of German. Immigrants who entered Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest in serach of freedom and opportunity. DJ edge wear.
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