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High tide: The drama and tragedy of Seattle's waterfront, produced as a permanent record of the men and ships the author has known during many years as a waterfront newsman

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High tide: The drama and tragedy of Seattle's waterfront, produced as a permanent record of the men and ships the author has known during many years as a waterfront newsman

by Calkins, R. H

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  • very good
  • hardcover
  • First
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Very Good
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Marine Digest Pub. Co, 1952-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Quick--Ship! (1st Ed) Square, tight w/ sharp corners stated First Edition/ (1st Printing) 1952 hardcover w/ clean & unmarked pages, outside edges and cover w/ blue full cloth binding but overall FINE because of light toning/ not crisp and New. Price-clipped dust jacket-- w/ VERY GOOD spine panel because of missing 1/ 2 x 2 inch chip at bottom and a little smaller at top; VERY GOOD front panel because of missing chips at top/ bottom spine corner(s) where chip(s) extend over, a small missing chip at top top foredge and tattered along foredge where DJ folds over; VERY GOOD back spine panel because of missing chip(s) at top/ bottom spine corner(s) where missing chip extends over, a small missing chip at top edge and at top foredge. Also, are clean, bright and protected w/ removable and clear, acid free archival sleeve. Overall beautiful book; overall attractive DJ w/ missing chips obvious but at edges. Ships within 24 hours--w/ tracking # and packaged w/ three levels of protection. (H/ Calkins

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Bookseller
The Bookshelf US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
BMBUBH7188
Title
High tide: The drama and tragedy of Seattle's waterfront, produced as a permanent record of the men and ships the author has known during many years as a waterfront newsman
Author
Calkins, R. H
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Marine Digest Pub. Co
Date published
1952-01-01

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