Red boards with black lettering and design. Lightly soiled. Strong hinges. Previous owner's name on the ffep. No other markings. 222pp. plus 2pp. of publisher's ads. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Boston Tea Party and Other Stories of ...
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard
Publication Date: 1888
Book Condition: G+
Book Description Lee and Shepard, 1888. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Blue paper over boards. Red cloth spine. Rubbed to boards on edges and corners.name on front pastedown. Some soiling on margins. A few pages have pencil underlining. B/W illustrations. Name and date on back endpapers. Page edges are a little age toned. Bookseller Inventory # 029254
Book Description Lee and Shepard, Boston, Massachusetts, 1888. Brown Cloth. Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket. First Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Edge and corner wear, scuffed and scratched, corners are bumped and rubbed, shelf worn, a split (2") in the head of the spine with some fraying there as well, library stamp on the inner front cover, overall a still a clean used first edition! Extremely scarce and out-of-print title! Brown cloth with black lettering and illustrations on the front board and black lettering on the spine. 222 historical pages of text and 8 wonderful pages (including the frontis) of black and white illustrations! Very very rare and out-of-print first edition! "In explanation of the plan of this work, it may be stated that such an occasion as that upon which the veterans met was especially adapted to awaken recollections of the struggle for Independence. A Fourth-of-July festival in the old rendezvous of the Boston Tea-Party is surely well calculated to excite patiotic feeling; and when to those who participated in the festival are added a number of the veterans of the War of Independence, filled with glorious recollections, the effect is to turn the mind to the admiration and veneration of the men and deeds of the 'trying time.'." ---- from the Preface. Bookseller Inventory # 039794