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Good in fair dust jacket. Good+ book with a fair DJ. DJ shows heavy corner, edge & scuffing wear and is rough with small tears around the edges. Book cover shows some wear to the corners & edges. Pages are free of writing & tight with some corner & edge wear. Outside edge of pages at the top has some small yellow dots. Inside the front cover on the first blank sheet is stapled a business card from the Honorable Jane DeGraff Sloat saying, "If you're in D.C., I'd be pleased to show you Wilson House. A few of the pages have indents from the staple.
Very Good in Good dust jacket. New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston . Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. First edition [stated]. 143 pages, frontispiece. VG+ copy in edgeworn, short tears VG Dust Wrapper with fraying to the spine ends and scratching/rubbing to the panels..
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