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Men and Things: Being Reminiscent, Biographical and Historical by Hiram P. Bell - First Edition. - 1907 - from Books About The South and Biblio.com

Men and Things: Being Reminiscent, Biographical and Historical

by Hiram P. Bell

Condition: Very Good+/None Present


Atlanta Georgia: Foote and Davies Company, 1907. VG+/0/1st ed. A very nice copy of Hiram P. Bell's autobiography. Dark green cloth covers with light shelf wear, bright gilt title on front panel. Title on spine still bright, name readable only. No breaks in cloth, no exposed board. Firm and solid in binding and reasonably square and corners reasonably sharp. Very light foxing on back pastedown, rear free endpaper. No foxing or writing or soiling to text. 449pp. First Edition. Sent in a acid free document bag and in a box.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good+/None Present. Biography/Hiram P. Bell.




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