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Book Description Random House, 1965. Hardcover. Book Condition: Excellent. Hard to find this scarce title in this condition. Landmark series Hardback Pictorial Book is in Excellent condition with a tight binding and clean crisp pages. Inside text is in Excellent condition and appears unread! No marks or writing. Landmark Books # 104-122 were only printed in the picture cover format. Also volumes #s 109-122 had literally no store sales, as they were provided to libraries. Since this is NOT an ex-library book, it is Hard to Find. Pictorial covers show some minor wear to the outside corners. Great addition to your collection! Landmark Books and World Landmark Books are accurate, in-depth stories for young people in the 9-15 year old range. These living histories were written by award-winning authors or by men and women who experienced the events first hand. Written during the 1950's and 1960's and illustrated either with two-color drawings or clear photographs, the books are informative, enjoyable, and well worth reading and collecting. Landmark Book #109. In this vivid, hour-by-hour account, Hildegarde Dolson tells how the tragedy happened, and how such a disaster could have been prevented. It is an exciting story of human bravery. Bookseller Inventory # 170511J