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Mining Record Printing Establishment. Good with no dust jacket. 1878. No Edition Stated. Decorative Cloth. "Being the Result of Travels and Observations in Arizona During the Fall and Winter of 1877"; rust colored cloth with black & gilt lettering & decorations; book has edge & shelf wear, fraying, bumped corners; there is a not quite dime-size chip to the lower spine around to the front cover; interior is tight & clean, pages starting to brown; numerous illus.; 380 pages .
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- Books of Paradise (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Picturesque Arizona
- Conklin, E
- Decorative Cloth
- Book condition
- Used - Good with no dust jacket
- No Edition Stated
- Mining Record Printing Establishment
- Date published
- Western Americana, History, Arizona
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