Historic Homes Of Alabama And Their Traditions

Alabama Members, National League Of American Pen Women

Published by Birmingham Publishing Company, 1935
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Thrre small patches of staining on the front cover. Front inner hinge is a little weak. Binding is loose. Scattered slight foxing, which is not dark even when it is more widespread on the page. Owner information written on the front free endpaper. ; Copy #189 of 700. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Historic Homes Of Alabama And Their ...
Publisher: Birmingham Publishing Company
Publication Date: 1935
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Limited First Edition.

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By Alabama Members National League of American Pen Women, Birmingham Branch. Faye Acton Axford (contributor).
Published by Birmingham, AL: Birmingham Publishing Company, 1969. (1969)
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Book Description Birmingham, AL: Birmingham Publishing Company, 1969., 1969. Second edition limited to 950 copies (the specific copy # not stated). [14], 314 pages. Hardcover; H 27.25cm x L 19.25cm. Lacks dust jacket. Blue cloth with bright gilt stamping, a small dings to boards, slight scuffing and minor bumping at spine ends. Past owner's partially removed personal bookplate on front free endpaper; swath of White-Out correction liquid covering past owner's name-address stamp at both bottom margins of title page/copyright leaf and at top left corner of rear free endpaper verso; some past bookseller's price discreetly handwritten in ink at front pastedown's top left corner and repeated at top left corner of copyright page; interior pages are otherwise quite clean. Else a very good copy. With Foreword, state map, and b/w photographs. This second edition reprints the text of the original 1935 first edition (which was limited to 700 copies) with the addition of an initial four page section titled "Some Significant Events Since the First Publication in 1935" by Mrs. Faye Acton Axford. Please note that this large book has an approximate shipping weight of 3.5 pounds (1.58 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Seller Inventory # DHB-8392

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