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The Greensboro Bar Association. by  Frank L.; H. L. Koontz; (et al) Paschal - First Edition First Printing  - 1956 - from Pages Past Used and Rare Books and

The Greensboro Bar Association.

by Paschal, Frank L.; H. L. Koontz; (et al)

Condition: Good

Greensboro, North Carolina: Greensboro Bar Association / Simpson Printing Co., 1956. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Good. 12mo. 96 pages, indexed. Hardcover bound in blue textured cloth. The binding shows moderate rubbing and wear. Corners bumped. A sound copy with secure inner hinges. Prior owner's name on the front paste down. Text is clean. Illustrated with photos of the lawyers. Contains biographical sketches of its members, including practicing attorneys and judges listed alphabetically.


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