776 pages, plus several pages of ads in front and back. Black hardcovers with gilt spine lettering. Ex-library copy. Library bookplate inside the front cover. Library name on the title page, in performations. Light scuffing. Small sticker removed from the spine. Slightly cocked (leaning). VG thus.
Title: Maine Register or, State Yearbook and Legislative Manual From April 1, 1889, To April 1, 1890
Author: Maine Register
Book condition: VG
Quantity available: 1
Publisher: 1889, G.M. Donham, Portland, Maine
Place: Portland, Maine
Date published: 1889
Keywords: Maine; New England; Maine Business; Business; All; B278-XCX
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