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Mexico: The Study of Two Americas

by Stuart Chase (Diego Rivera, illst)

Condition: Good/No Jacket

Black net-grain cloth over boards, blind stamped pictorial design & letters on front cover, dark (once-gilt) letters on spine. Clean, covers & spine; some sunning on spine; scratch marks on back cover; chips at spine ends; tightly bound; 1 x 3 inch cut out of front paste down, board exposed; clean interior. Colored frontis and B/W illustrations by Diego Rivera. 8vo, 338 pp; biblio, index.


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