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Village Daybook; a Sac Prairie Journal by  August Derleth - First printing - 1947 - from Evening Star Books and

Village Daybook; a Sac Prairie Journal

by Derleth, August

Condition: Very near Fine/Near Fine

Chicago: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1947. First printing. Hardcover. Very near Fine/Near Fine. 306 pp. Price of $3.25 on front flap of jacket. Illustrations by Frank Utpatel. Includes endpaper maps by Hjalmar Skuldt. Wilson 558. Very near Fine book in a Near Fine dust jacket with some light rubbing to the extremities.


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