Frontispice. Fair to Poor. No Jacket. Hardcover Young Adult Front Bookcase: A Horatio Alger story about the pure and corageous youth of America in an undated A.L. Burt edition. The inside pages are somewhat faded and brittle, the binding is slightly loose and the cover boards are soiled.
Fair. No Jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Green cloth binding with a paste on of a man handing out books on a train on the front cover. There are a few pages with pencil marks and there is soil spotting throughout. The hinges are cracked and there are a couple of light cracks in the middle of the book, however there are no loose or missing pages. The cover has light corner tip wear and some scuffing. The spine has end wear and a lean. No print date stated, but appears to be early 1900s.
Fair. No DJ. Davis. 12mo = 7-9" 299pp. Illustrated cloth covers with red/black/silver graphics. Spine has wear and tear on the bottom. Wornbumped at the top of spine. Spine is loose and hinge is cracked at back. Pages are yellowed and stained. There are several cracks in hinge. Santa sticker on front endpaper.
Poor with no dust jacket. Published by New York Book Company. Fragile copy is very yellowed due to use of acidic papers, first free endpaper has detached but is present. Covers soiled. A damaged but interesting entry in the series of stories of self-reliant youths by Mr. Alger.; 12mo 7"-7½" tall; 164 pages.
Very Good+ Book Small stamped name FEP. Uniform edition: newspaper boy, skyscraper onspine, theme expanded in color on front paste-on. very good+, no dj, taupe cloth. Illus. spine & full paste-on 272 pgs.
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