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Cleveland: Shaping the Vision, A Contemporary Portrait by  Ned Whelan - FIRST  EDITION - 1989 - from R. Siedlecki Vintage Books (SKU: 004348)

Cleveland: Shaping the Vision, A Contemporary Portrait

Cleveland: Shaping the Vision, A Contemporary Portrait by  Ned Whelan - FIRST  EDITION - 1989 - from R. Siedlecki Vintage Books (SKU: 004348)
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Cleveland: Shaping the Vision, A Contemporary Portrait

by Whelan, Ned

  • Used
  • near fine
  • Hardcover
  • First
Near Fine/Near Fine
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Roswell, Georgia
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Chatsworth, California: Windsor Publications, Inc., 1989. [1989] First Edition hard cover and dustjacket. About 9-1/4-inches wide x 12-1/4-inches high. Condition of hardcover: Faint shelf wear; light, almost not detectable bump to one corner; former owner's name printed on first pastedown endpaper; else overall Near Fine. Binding tight. Free of cracks in binding, writing in text, stickers and bookplates, torn or dog-eared pages. Not a former library book. Dustjacket: light bump to one corner; shelf wear; scattered light rubbing; else overall Near Fine. Protected in Mylar cover. Beautiful, nicely researched book about the history, progress, people, sites, companies and organizations of Cleveland, Ohio. Note: We are a well-established, well-respected, highly ethical bookseller that believes in describing our books as thoroughly and accurately as possible, rather than just G for Good or VG for Very Good.. FIRST EDITION. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.


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R. Siedlecki Vintage Books US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
Cleveland: Shaping the Vision, A Contemporary Portrait
Whelan, Ned
Book condition
Used - Near Fine
Jacket condition
Near Fine
Windsor Publications, Inc.
Place of Publication
Chatsworth, California
Date published
Clevleand, Ohio; History; United States

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R. Siedlecki Vintage Books

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Roswell, Georgia
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About R. Siedlecki Vintage Books

We are a well-established, well-respected dealer that is professional, honest, and ethical in our business dealings. We tend to describe each book in a reserved, conservative manner, rather than oversell a book or sidestep the responsibility of addressing its flaws. Book club editions and library books along with books without dustjackets (if they came with dustjackets) are pointed out in our descriptions. We describe our books in detail, pointing out the precise condition of each book based on our opinion. It's your assurance that the book we describe is as close as possible to the book you’ll receive. In business since 1991, we typically have five-star ratings on major web sites.


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