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The boy scouts of Black Eagle patrol

by Quirk, Leslie W

Condition: Good

Jan 01, 1939. Good. BOY SCOUT EDITION. N.Y.: Grosset & Dunlap, 1915. Hardcover, no dust jacket. One of the "Every Boy's Library - Boy Scout Edition". With the "To the Public" Scout statement and illustrations by William Kirkpatrick. Bound in Boy Scout Green cloth boards decorated with the Scout's emblem. Owner's stamped name on ffep, some toning and spotting, slight loss to upper spine strip else good condition. No markings, NOT EX-LIBRARY.


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