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Somebody Might Come: A Story of Modern Southern Hospitality in the Hills of Alabama

Hamner, Laura V. [Hargis, Florence and Estes]

Published by American Guild Press, Dallas, Tex., 1958
Used Condition: Very Good+ Hardcover
From Ex Libris Books (Richmond, VA, U.S.A.)

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160 p. NOT ex-library. No names, bookplate, or markings in the book. Binding is tight, text is clean and unmarked. The dust jacket has a couple of light brown spots, but no tears or chips. A thoroughly nice copy. Somebody Might Come is written against the background of family roots, which go deep into the history and heritage of the South. It is "the story of Florence and Estes Hargis' quest for meaning and tranquility, for a retreat from the rush and hurry, the chromium and steel, the hectic bustle of town life and of the realization of their dream at Daffodil Hills, a farm twenty-two miles out of Birmingham.". Bookseller Inventory # 002663

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Title: Somebody Might Come: A Story of Modern ...

Publisher: American Guild Press, Dallas, Tex.

Publication Date: 1958

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Very Good+

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+

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Ex Libris is northside Richmond, Virginia's oldest bookshop, serving the community since 1989. Before opening Ex Libris, Jim Martinelli was a librarian for 13 years. Located in The Hub Shopping Center, we are conveniently near the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens. Open six days a week, our hours are Monday - Friday, 11am to 6pm, Saturday 11am to 4:30pm. We're a small shop focusing our attention and inventory on the less-common and more interesting used (pre-enjoyed!) and rare books. We take our internet sales seriously and ship promptly. Please visit our shop when in the Richmond area. "An eclectic and delightful selection of books for the young and old, rich and poor, wise and otherwise"

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