The Starry Skies: First Lessons on the Sun, Moon and Stars
by Giberne, Agnes
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7 1/2" X 5 1/8". 234pp. Bound in bronze-brown cloth over boards, with pictorial cover of a girl and boy reading stamped in black and white to upper board, with unidentified desinger's monogram "HEF." Tree with sun rising behind, stamped in black to spine, lettered in white. Moderate wear to binding, with bumping to edges and extremities and light scattered rubbing to cloth. Small stain to bottom edge of text block. Binding is firm, sound and square. Concord Sunday School Library bookplate to front pastedown. Top corner of front free endpaper clipped. Pages are clean and unmarked. This edition is illlustrated in one frontispiece.
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- Underground Books (US)
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- The Starry Skies: First Lessons on the Sun, Moon and Stars
- Giberne, Agnes
- Book condition
- Used - Good +
- Imperial Series
- American Tract Society
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- BIBLIO-LIVE-3 publisher's binding astronomy women in stem
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