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The 1939 Howler Volume XXXVI. (Wake Forest College Annual Yearbook)

by Dull, Carl A.; [and] Jess L. Reid, Jr

Condition: Good

Wake Forest, N.C.: Wake Forest College, 1939. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Good. 4to. Hardcover bound in tan padded cloth. Rubbing and wear to the binding, which has some spotting. The title page is heavily foxed, and the few pages after that have some lighter foxing. The interior has a little bit of a "closed house" aroma (will likely air out) but is unmarked. No owner's or students' notations.


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