Near Fine. No Jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed. Association Copy Burgundy cloth, lettered in gilt, deckled text block edges with top edge in gilt. 1st edition: 1928. Lightly rubbed corners and spine extremities. Firm binding, clean interior. Presentation copy from folklorist George Pullen Jackson to fellow folklorist Samuel P. (and Georgia) Bayard, inscribed on front flyleaf on their wedding day (31 May 1942). xi, 174 pp.
Near Fine. 8vo. 174 pp. Illustrated with musical notations. Original gilt stamped red cloth binding. Top edge gilt. From the library of southern scholar, Roosevelt P. Walker, whose name is on the front pastedown. This is a tight, near fine book.
Acceptable. 1928. Harvard University Press, 1928. Cloth, 174 pp., illustrated with musical notation. Ex-library, with usual markings and labels. Sound Working Copy. (Subject: Americana & Regional History. )
Very Good. Large 8vo 9"-10" tall; 174 pages; 1st edition is snug and solid in original red cloth with title-lettering in gilt to spine. Cloth at spine a little dulled and spine lettering slightly faded but readily legible. Expected mild toning to page stock. Prior owner's very small nameplate pasted neatly to front endpaper. Text clean and unmarked. With musical notation in-text. About VG.
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