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Haida Myths

Barbeau, Marius

Published by Department of Resources and Development, National Parks Branch, 1953
Used Condition: Vg-fine Hardcover
From Tyson's Old and Rare Books (Swansea, MA, U.S.A.)

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Original decorative grey stiff card covers, illustrated with carvings, end-paper colorful carvings, and numerous black & white photos throughout the book. 417 pages. 9 4/5" tall . Ottowa, Edmond Cloutier,Queen's Printer. 1953. BULLETIN NO. 127, ANTHROPOLOGICAL SERIES NO. 32. Bottom corner edge is slightly rubbed in green. Tiny bit of rubbing bottom edge or spine. No previous owner's name. Text fine. outer edge of right side of pages a bit of light pink discoloration. Else firm, clean, tight, without foxing or underlining. Bookseller Inventory # 006745

Bibliographic Details

Title: Haida Myths

Publisher: Department of Resources and Development, National Parks Branch

Publication Date: 1953

Binding: Pictorial Card Covers

Illustrator: Illustrated in Argillite Carvings

Book Condition:Vg-fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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Tyson's Old & Rare Books, Antiquarian bookdealers in downtown Providence since 1924, moved in 2001 to East Providence, across Washington Bridge to Taunton Avenue on Route 44, 3 minutes from I-195 East to a more accessible location. After 10 years, Tyson's closed its open shop in December 2012 and moved office and inventory to Swansea, Massachusetts where we will continue our online selling of old and rare books. We are a general antiquarian bookshop specializing in American History of all periods, Maritime and Sailing, Native Americans, Art & Architecture, Literature, but also offer a variety of other subject categories.

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