Fine. SHIP DAILY w/tracking from NJ; GIFT-ABLE AS FEELS FRESH; LIKE NEW to VERY GOOD (subtle shelving wear, may have been read) AS SHOWN THIS COVER. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 381 p. illus. 22 cm. Includes Illustrations.13014 13014--Bibliography: p. 351-371. This author also wrote: This Road to Harper's Ferry and The Americans. An Irreverent History of the Temperance movement in the United States.
Good in good jacket. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. chipped and torn, d.w. and front flyleaf dampstained. London: W. H. Allen, 1965. An Irreverent History of the Temperance movement in the United States. From the library of Wendell Garrett with his ownership signature and pencil marks in some margins.
8vo. VG/VG. color tinted illustration, mixed hues of tan and black with red, pink and green tint decorate spine and the jacket front. small dark yellow segment at head of spine with centered black titling. edgewear is light and some shadow to worn text filled rear. the DJ under clear protective cover. light brown clothbound HB, with black titles between gently pushed in spine ends. prior owner name/date on right fep. lightly read interior with illustrations following page 128. slipped in newsprint has heavily browned the sheet p. 375 to final ivory page before red ffep. peppered with faint foxing on head-edge and fore-edge. as is. 381 pp. Rockville.
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