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The Urban Prairie

by Ring, Dan; Vanderhaeghe, Guy; Melnyk, George

Condition: Very Good ++

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Fifth House Publishers and Mendel Art Gallery , 1993. Oversized paperback, 160 pages including "more than 120 full color and black and white reproductions [plus] Photographs---architectural drawings, maps, advertisements, sculptures, and postcards---drawn from archival sources---"; tiny traces of shelf wear, otherwise essentially as new.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good ++.


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