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BETWEEN WIND AND WATER

by Brace, Gerald Warner

Condition: Very Good/No Jacket


W.W. Norton, 1966. 219pp. Blue cloth hardback, no DJ, VG, stated First Edition, b&w illustrations by the author, Between "Wind and Water is the distillate of sixty years of living and cruising and sailing along the Maine coast. Each chapter deals with some phase of life on the coast, most having to do with boats or longshore work. Some are about people and their ways, others about the old life of saltwater farms, and others detail the hazards of fog and storm", . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.


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