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Greeley Report 1859, (The Kansas Gold Mines)

Greeley, Horace; A. D. Richardson; Henry Villard

Published by Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder Colorado, 1964
Used Condition Fine Hardcover
From Pensees Bookshop (Charleston, IL, U.S.A.) Quantity Available: 1
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1964 facsimile reprint of the 1859 broadside on age-simulated newsprint. 16" by 10.5" in baby-blue 17" by 11" red cloth backed portfolio album with paper folder and storage pocket. Pasted on the inside left is a 6 paragraph explanation of the document by Nolie Mumey. Contents crisp. Bookseller Inventory # 028406


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Title: Greeley Report 1859, (The Kansas Gold Mines)

Publisher: Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder Colorado

Publication Date: 1964

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

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Store Description: Pensees Bookshop (Est. 1999) is a full service antiquarian bookstore located in the Courthouse Square in Charleston, IL. We have two levels with over 40,000 titles covering virtually all genres with a particular focus on Americana and Western Americana. We also offer book/document restoration services (and in some cases, re-binding) When possible we try to use materials that match the period in which the book was originally created so that the alterations are as non discrete as possible. We are always interested in buying books, historical documents, movie memorabilia and misc. artifacts as well as other items of historical significance such as art, letters, diaries, maps and military-related pieces.