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The Future of Old Neighborhoods: Rebuilding For A Changing Population

by Bernard J. Frieden

Condition: Very Good/Good

2nd printing. Very Good HC in Good DJ. Black cloth over boards, gilt letters. Clean covers and spine; slightly rubbed at spine ends - not split or frayed; lightly bumped at fore corners; light dust spotting on text block top edge; tightly bound; bright, clean inteiror. DJ is generally age darkened with some foxing marks; 1 x 1/2 inch chip at spine head; some edge wear; two cello-tape repairs on inner face. 8vo, 209 pp; index.


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