Good. No dust jacket as issued. 3 p. l., 456 p. 22 cm. "First edition. " "Note on sources": p. 452-456. Hardcover is nice condition for a book this old. Some minor rubbing and wear marks. Loose binding inside but still intact. Page edges have some minor age coloring.
Good. No Jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Consolidated Book Publishers/Peoples Book Club Edition Good Hardcover. Red cloth with blue panel gilt lettered at spine, title blindstamped on cover, light soil mark on front cover and whitish spot on back upper corner, the fore-edge of back cover is lightly faded, decorated endpapers, decorative head and tail bands, no jacket. A biographical novel of Jessie Benton Fremont, who was the daughter of Missouri Senator Thomas Hart Benton and the wife of military officer, explorer and politician, John C. Frémont. She was a great supporter of her husband, who was one of the first two Senators of the new U.S. state of California and a Governor of the Territory of Arizona which was excluded from the formation of California, she was outspoken on political issues and a determined opponent of slavery. Irving Stone gives readers an exciting read about this exciting woman. Chicago, IL: Consolidated Book Publishers, 1944 Peoples Book Club Edition. 5.5"x8.25" tall; 476pp. with Note on Sources.
GoodBook is rated G: slightly shaken but square binding with a clean/unmarked text block. Slight edge wear and bumped corners with a slightly sunned spine. Front inner hinge cracked. 456 p.; 22 cm. "Note on sources": p.452-456.
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