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Histories and Historians of Hispanic America by  Curtis A Wilgus - Paperback - First Edition - 1942 - from Recycled Records and Books and

Histories and Historians of Hispanic America

by Wilgus, Curtis A

Condition: Good Minus

NY: H. W. Wilson, 1942 144pp. Index. Bibliography. Creases and rubbing along spine and spine edge. Large stain to edge of rear wrapper. Tips are lightly bumped. Rear wrap has a small tear at the lower edge. Spine edges are rubbed. Spine head is torn and is peeling from binding. Lower tip of front wrap has a 3" diagonal crease. Front wrap has several small dimples that appear through the first 8 pages. Text is clean and unmarked.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good Minus.


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