Title: Wild Folk
Publisher: The Atlantic Monthly Press, Boston
Publication Date: 1922
Binding: Decorative Cloth
Illustrator: Charles Livingston Bull and Carton Moorepark
Book Condition: Good Plus
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Signed: Inscribed By the Author
Edition: First Edition
Dark grey cloth boards have a large gilt moose decoration on front cover, gilt lettering on the front cover and spine. Covers are rubbed with a few light scuffs/scratches. Extremities are rubbed, lower corners are a trifle worn. Joints, head and foot of spine are bumped and rubbed. Inscribed and dated (March, 1923) by the author. Endpp. are very slightly darkened and soiled, title p. and frontispiece are a bit foxed. Text is quite clean, with the exception of the full-page b/w plates, which are lightly foxed. Offset on opposing pp. Binding is sound and tight. Nice copy, digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 003080
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