Near Fine. 2nd edition signed by illustrator Carl H. Johnson, Jr. next to his name on the half title page. Near fine oblong cloth hardcover (no dust jacket if issued) shows touch of bend to covers but is otherwise tight, clean and unmarked. 172 pages with illustrations and photos. Still an attractive copy of this architectural history of Iowa's oldest city. Signed.
Very Good. No Dust Jacket. Flat Signed. Brown cloth over boards, gold spine titles and cover art, illustrated endpapers, 172 pages, very slight wear, otherwise like new with clean content and tight binding.
Illustrations by Carl H. Johnson, Jr. Wide 8vo. Tan cloth with pictorial gilt and gilt lettering. xii, 172pp. Extensive illustrations (many color), pictorial endpapers. Near fine. Second edition, signed boldly by Johnson in black fineline on the title page. A lovely copy, and rather uncommon.
Johnson, Carl H. Jr. Very Good in No Dust Cover jacket. Signed By Both Authors Limited Edition 1975, Very good conditoin hard cover, no dust jacket, signed and numbered 196 out of 500 copies, signed by both authors.
Illustrations by Carl H. Johnson, Jr. Wide 8vo. Tan cloth with pictorial gilt and gilt lettering. xii, 172pp. Extensive illustrations (many color), pictorial endpapers. Near fine. First edition, limited to 500 numbered copies (this #248)--This copy also signed boldly by both author and illustrator in black fineline on the title page. While copies signed by Johnson, those also signed by author Sommer as well are seen far less often.
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