8vo. xiv, 15-198 pages. Illustrated. Folding map in rear. Blue cloth hardcover with gilt lettered title on front cover and spine. Illustrated end sheets. Light edge wear to cloth. Book contains handwritten notes related to book, a black and white photograph of an unidentified man, and a brochure on the History of the Civil Service Commission building. A five cent F.D.R. stamp pasted down on front paste down. Previous owner name and address on front paste down. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Potomac Interlude The Story of Woodlawn ...
Publisher: Mount Vernon Print Shop
Publication Date: 1943
Book Condition: Very good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description s.n. Condition: Good. . Seller Inventory # N01J-00940
Book Description s.n. Condition: Good. . Slightly dampstained. Seller Inventory # U04F-00671
Book Description Privately Published., 1979. Condition: Very Good. 2nd Edition.. A very good copy with no dustjacket. Folding map. 8vo. 198,  pp. Hardcover, blue cloth, gilt titles. Seller Inventory # 245166
Book Description 1979. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 2nd Edition. 198 pps + addendum + rear pocket map, 2nd printing of 2nd edition, VG/none, light board extremity wear, else very clean and bi8nding tight, NOT EXLIB. Seller Inventory # 10423
Book Description By the Author, 1943, 1943. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Very Good in a Good jacket. 1st Edition. 198pp 8vo. Folding map. Seller Inventory # CRB3973
Book Description Privately Printed. Condition: Very Good. . Seller Inventory # N01J-00765
Book Description By the author, 1943. Frontis, 198p, illustrations, index, fold out map. 23cm. First edition. Textured blue cloth and gilt titling. Prior owner's neat signatures on the front cover paste down; minor foxing. In very good condition. Seller Inventory # 16879
Book Description Mount Vernon Print Shop, Washington, DC, 1943. Hardcover. Royal blue cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover, illus. flyleaves,198 pp., 13 BW plates, one fold-out map. A history of the Mount Vernon area that "begins where historians usually stop, and ends where modern writers will begin." (p. 5) Signed by author. G+ (Previous owners's marks on inside cover and tp, slight soiling on one corner of cover, slight bumping of spine head & heel and on corners, pages are evenly tanned but not heavitly so, plates are clear, map has small tear where it is attached to book, author inscribed tp.). Seller Inventory # 136729
Book Description 1943. Original Cloth. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Torn. First Edition. No publisher given. Inscribed by the dedicatee: "To Clarence Axman, a brilliant editor and a good friend. Paul Troth." Large folding map tipped in at back. Seller Inventory # 000558