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Boston: Hall & Locke, 1902. Third edition. Complete in 21 volumes. (20 volumes plus the less common Guide volume.) Young Folks' Library: Selections from the Choicest Literature of All Lands: Folk-Lore, Fairy Tales, Fables, Legends, Natural History, Wonders of Earth, Sea and Sky, Animal Stories, Sea Tales, Brave Deeds, Explorations, Stories of School and College Life, Biography, History, Patriotic Eloquence, Poetry. Bound in gilded pictorial cloth bindings. Thick durable cloth bindings. Top edges are gilded. Printed on thick quality paper. Illustrated with full page color plates, and in text illustrations. 8.25 inches tall. Slightly over 29 inches of shelf space. In excellent condition. Some general shelf rubs and usage wear, but fully intact. A lot of generalized wear and rubbing, pretty loose from usage. General usage wear, shaken bindings, creases, abrasion, the pictorial bindings are very abraded in some sections, but these are durable books designed to last. The hinges are all fully attached. Printed on quality paper that is fresh, bright, and clean aside from an occasional thumbing. No writing.
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- YOUNG FOLKS LIBRARY. Children's. Fairy Tales... Complete in 21 volumes
- [ENCYCLOPEDIA.] [Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (Editor.)]
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- Hall & Locke
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