** SCARCE ** NOT EX-LIBRARY ** CLEAN, BRIGHT, STAIN-FREE ** UNREAD AND UNMARKED ** COLLECTOR AND GIFT QUALITY ** Illustrated with facsimile reproductions of original letters. With 366 pages. With 200 or so letters illuminating the history and events of the day. Both book and dustjacket are essentially flawless. Well-made book, bound in sturdy, heavy-duty gray/green cloth-covered boards with embossed gilt lettering on the spine, pages of coated, high-grade paper. The book is exceptionally clean, bright, and stain-free, square and straight, very firm and tight in its binding, no pages loose, missing, or torn. The hinges are sound and undamaged, the corners are sharp and unbumped. There is no writing, underlining, highlighting, or markings of any kind in the book. The pages are exceedingly clean, bright, white, and stain-free, all text crisp, sharp, very legible. The exterior cloth binding is particularly crisp, fresh, and unworn, looks brand new. The dustjacket is perfectly clean, bright, stain-free, complete and intact, no tears, no chips, no pieces missing. N° de ref. de la librería
Sinopsis: Two hundred or so letters from her siblings and six children that Julia Morrill saved over the years from 1830 to 1874, collected by her great, great granddaughter. Along with the activities of daily life, they reflect the Gold Rush fever, the Civil War, and the westward migration that drew two of her daughters and eventually Morrill herself away from Vermont to Iowa, Wisconsin, and the Dakota Territory. 8.5x11", xxv+366 pp., b&w photographs.
Título: Among the Things That Were : Letters of a ...
Año de publicación: 2001
Encuadernación: Hard Cover
Condición del libro: As New
Edición: First Edition - First Printing
Descripción hardcover. illus. 4to, cloth, d.w.; (corners slightly bumped). Fairfield, PA, (2001). Nº de ref. de la librería 152306