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White House Nannie: My Years with Caroline and John Kennedy, Jr. [Misprint] by Maud Shaw - First Edition, First Printing - 1966 - from Uncommon Works, IOBA and

White House Nannie: My Years with Caroline and John Kennedy, Jr. [Misprint]

by Maud Shaw

Condition: Near fine/missing

New York: New American Library, 1966. First Edition, First Printing. 1/4 cloth. Near fine/missing. A near fine first printing, as stated, and bound upside down. Laid in with contemporary color news photos of the Kennedy family. Green quarter cloth under decorated burgundy paper boards. Top corners rubbed. Green end papers, no markings. Illustrated with black and white plates. Missing dust jacket. 205 pp. Duodecimo, 5 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches tall.


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