Good. No dust jacket. 70 p. Includes illustrations. Augustana Library Publications no. 26 Dedication (O. Fritiof Ander), Foreword (Merle Curti), The Changing Lincoln (Paul M. Angle), Abraham Lincoln in the Black Hawk War (Harry E. Pratt), Pioneer Speech (Edward Everett Dale), The German Forty-eighters (Carl Wittke), Weyerhaeuser and Chippewa Logging Industry (Paul W. Gates), In the American Tradition (Conrad Bergendoff)
Hardcover. Very good+, light foxing to spine on beige cloth. United States: U.S. History; Essays. From the Dedication: "Hauberg won recognition as a regionalist of note and as an authority on the history of Illinois and Rock Island County...Hauberg became inspired to leadership in a significant program of conservation and preservation which has resulted in the creation of a number of county forest preserves. Hauberg has...engaged in extensive research on the history of the Weyerhaeuser & Denkmannlumber interests..." Ships in a box directly from our store in Santa Barbara, California.
Fair. Rock Island, 1954. Tan cloth covered boards; purple titles on cover and spine; wear at edges; corners bumped; 8vo-over 7 3/4" to 9 3/4" tall; signed by author on free front endpaper; several black and white photo illustrations; interior clean and unmarked; 70 pages.
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