Title: Notes Toward a History of the American ...
Publisher: Charles F. Heartman, New York
Publication Date: 1918
Edition: 1st Edition
Small 4to. Grey cloth with paper spine label. 644pp. Illustrations. Very good. Fant binding wear, though internally near fine. A tight and attractive first edition of "Heartman's Historical Series Number 31." Lengthy subtitles notes, "Volume I Containing the History of Newspapers in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona" plus 28 more states -- and no subsequent volumes were ever published. Limited to 105 numbered copies (this #63). Heartman (1883-1953) was one of the great antiquarian booksellers and books-about-books publishers of the first half of the 20th century. Quite scarce and desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 39357
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