As New/As New. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0-915133-12-1 Inscribed and Signed By Author Regional History Hardcover with dust jacket. In as new condition except for a personized inscription and signed "Helen" on FEP. Colbolt Blue is the product of a Southerner's love and respect for her native region, its traditions, and its sense of family and way of life in the early 20th Century. Helen Taylor grew up on a working tobacco plantationoutside Oxford, North Carolina. This book recounts her early life.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8vo. v, 339pp, few bw drawings, endpaper plans. Or blue leather (maybe imitation leather) in jacket. Small tear/chip at top left of rear panel. Mostly white jacket shows very minor soiling. Helen Taylor grew up on a working tobacco plantation near Oxford, North Carolina. This book recounts her early life, and recalls a time and way of life now mostly gone.
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