Chicago: Geographical Publishing, 1942. Complete copy, with 192 pages plus 64-page 1940 census data. 80 pages of color maps. Great b&w photos throughout. Endpapers browning/foxed. Gift inscription ffep. Tape repair to edge of one map. Light fingerprints, soil spots on the leading edges of a few pages, but o/w clean. Book block tight. Red boards, gilt stamped. Boards have considerable wear to spine, edges, corners; hinges loosening; fraying, bumping, tears to spine with webbing exposed. Buy primarily for the interior. Oversize; no global priority available. . Probable First Edition By NAP. Hard Cover. Fair+ to Good/No Jacket. Fof.
Author: Branom, Frederick K., Lloyd Edwin Smith, Fred James: Editors
Book condition: Fair+ to Good
Jacket condition: No Jacket
Edition: Probable First Edition By NAP
Publisher: Geographical Publishing
Date published: 1942
Keywords: Elementary School, Maps, Geography, World Atlas
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