Rufus Jones' Selected Stories of Native Maine Humor

Rush, Nixon Orwin

Published by Clark University Library, Worcester, Mass., 1954
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Title: Rufus Jones' Selected Stories of Native ...

Publisher: Clark University Library, Worcester, Mass.

Publication Date: 1954

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+

Edition: 1st Edition


Very good pages tanned along edges; binding tight; library stamps, bookplate, and pocket. Covers lightly darkened and soiled, remnants of label and tape in two places over spine, spine yellowed. Bookseller Inventory # 086692

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