The Wabash: The Rivers of America
by Wilson, William E
- Very Good+/Very Good+
dallas, Texas, United States
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New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1940. Later Printing . Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. John De Martelly. Jacket flap states fifth printing. Price clipped. Nice and tight, a little page edge soil. Jacket spine very mildly sunned.
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- The Wabash: The Rivers of America
- Wilson, William E
- John De Martelly
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- Used - Very Good+
- Jacket Condition
- Very Good+
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- Later Printing
- Farrar and Rinehart
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- Rivers of America
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- MODERN FIRST EDITIONS;
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I am internet based, and participate in several book shows a year. Visitors welcome by appointment. I specialize in modern first editions, but offer a wide range of books. I have been buying and selling books for 20 years. I buy books, and will certainly consider trades. Member of the Texas Booksellers Association.
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