Fair in fair dust jacket. Fair condition. COVER-dust jacket has abrasions, indentations, minor tears at corners; minor stains, clean overall. PAGES-no writing; no tears; clean. 200+ pgs. Not ex-library.
Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author Gray boards, red spine with gold-color lettering, 234 pp., photos, unclipped jacket. Flat-signed by author, dated 1986 on front free endpaper. Light wear, clean text, tight binding. Jacket's rear panel has wear and two 1 cm top edge tears. The inside story of Arthur D. Little, Inc., the company that helped industrialize Puerto Rico and developed antiknock gasoline, a Bloody Mary mix, a talking clock, charcoal briquettes...
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