Ol' Jock the Greatest Balll Carrier of All Time

 
9780977233731: Ol' Jock the Greatest Balll Carrier of All Time

Book by Wolcott, John and Edited By David R. Wolcott

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Wolcott, John and Edited By David R. Wolcott
Published by Modern Memoirs Publishing, Amherst MA (2008)
ISBN 10: 0977233731 ISBN 13: 9780977233731
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Book Description Modern Memoirs Publishing, Amherst MA, 2008. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. This hardcover book has a green binding and is in very near fine condtion with very slight edge wear and a slightly bumped corner. It has 401 pages that are clean, bright and tight. This is a biography of a man who was born in Riverton, NJ and attended school at Moorestown Friends, and then Yale, Lehigh and then the University of Pennsylvania. He served in World War II and later worked at the Campbell Soup Company. He wrote his memoirs and after his passing his son discovered them and edited them for this book. It is a wonderful story and a part of the American landscape. Privately Printed. Bookseller Inventory # 003551

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Wolcott, John and Edited By David R. Wolcott
Published by Modern Memoirs Publishing, Amherst MA (2008)
ISBN 10: 0977233731 ISBN 13: 9780977233731
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Book Description Modern Memoirs Publishing, Amherst MA, 2008. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Probable First Edition. This book has a green hard cover with gilt lettering on the front cover and on the spine. It is in near fine condition with slight bumping on the top and bottom of the spine. There are 401 pages that are clean, bright and tight. This is the memior of the author who was born in Riverton, NJ, attended Moorestown Friends School, and later Yale, Lehigh and the U. of P. He later served in World War II and later ran international operations at the Campbell Soup Company. After he died in 2000, his son and family began the task of editing his memoirs and then publishing them. It has both humor and excitement and is a very interesting book about a very real and interesting American character. Bookseller Inventory # 003581

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