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HUNDREDS AND THOUSANDS: The Journals of Emily Carr

by Carr, Emily

Condition: Near Fine

Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company, 1966. Limited/Numbered . Cloth. Near Fine. No. 584 of an edition limited to 1,000 copies. 2 volume in near fine plus slip case. (1) Text volume: xxvi + 332 p. + 13 plates (12 color). (2) Portfolio volume: cloth-backed paper-covered boards with protective interior flaps, containing 12 color plates (duplicating those of the text volume), mounted on heavy paper, loose as issued. Frontispiece is a facsimile of journal page, 12 tipped-in colour plates, gilt stamped blue cloth. Biographical sketch by Ira Dilworth; essay on the artist by Lawren Harris. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Both books in fine condition except for inscription to former owner on inside page of main volume. Extra shipping WILL be required due to weight and size. Please do not order this book without enquiring with us first by email.


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