O'Brien, Harriet E., pub. by Fruitlands and the Wayside Museums Inc., nd, c1947, 3rd Edition, illus. soft cover, small label on margin of front cover o/w vg-f, 71 pp w/errata slip tipped in, B & W photographic illus., 4to, "Rescued from oblivion, recorded and preserved by Clara Endicott Sears on Prospect Hill in the old township of Harvard Massachusetts."
Good. 71/2x101/2. 72 pages, w. /many photo illustrations. "A brief description of three quests for happiness, Alcott's Fruitlands, Old Shaker House, and American Indian Museum Rescued from oblivion, recorded and preserved by Clara Endicott Sears on Prospect Hill in the old township of Harvard Massachusetts. " The outer wrap, by design, is larger than the text block, so the edges are slightly worn. The interior is unmarked, tight and clean.
70pp. Thin quarto [27 cm] Bound in light gray cloth covered boards with a blue leather gilt stamped spine label. New endsheets. Original wraps bound in. Near fine. The spine is subtly stained, and there are several very small stains on the front board. There is a small stain on the original front wrap. Tanned pages.
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