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Accounts of Brickmaking in America Written Before 1850: James Mease, Mehtod of Making Bricks as Followed in Philadephia; Anson Burdick, Portions of a Daybook Kept at Paris & Sangerfield, New York; John Millington, (continued in description)

Foster, Joseph Arnold, Editor

Published by Privately Printed, Claremont (California), 1970
Used Condition Collectible-As New Hardcover
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"A Comparison of Brickmaking in England and America." Publisher's red cloth. Part five of the editor's "Contribution to a Study of Brickmaking" series. The book was printed by the editor, who was director of fine printing at Scripps College. 77 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 8293


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Title: Accounts of Brickmaking in America Written ...

Publisher: Privately Printed, Claremont (California)

Publication Date: 1970

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible-As New

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