Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Exceptionally clean former library copy. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 272pp. Contributions to the Study of Popular Culture Series. Audience: General/trade. Excellent Condition HARD COVER. Edited by George Eisen and Davie R. Wiggins, published by Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1994, stated First Edition, first printing, 272pp. Former library book with all the usual stamps and stickers. This is one of those library books that were lost in the stacks and no one could find it again. The text is exceptionally clean, crisp and bright with no noticeable extraneous markings, folds or blemishes. The dust jacket is missing. The binding is very tight and the spine is solid. The cover is brick-red cloth-covered boards with black lettering on the front cover and spine. The cover has some very, very tiny edge scuffs and gentle bumping of the spine plus a few tiny bumps on the bottom edge. Excellent former library copy. ISBN: 0313288143. Non-fiction; history; sports; minorities; women studies; United States; Canada; popular culture; Native Americans; pastimes; Turnverein Movement; Irish Americans; Jews; baseball; Italian-American; recreation; Japanese Americans; World War II; Internment Camps; Black athletes; Ethnic women; Americanization; Social Mobility; African-Americans; sociology; basketball; Czechs; Finnish; Lithuanians; War Relocation Authority; Wartime Civil Control Administration; WCCA; WRA; YMCA; YWCA; YMHA;
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