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Runaway Girls

Fred Shannon

Published by New York: Midwood, 1968
Used Condition Fine Soft cover
From Sellers & Newel Books - ABAC & ILAB (Toronto, ON, Canada) Quantity Available: 1
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Tight, square, bright and clean. Obviously unread. One minor crease to bottom corner of front cover. Great tawdry cover photo. Midwood # 34-895. A beautiful copy of a pseudo-scientific study of teenage girls who run away from home to 60s hippy haunts and "trade their bodies for a 'stick' of marijuana, a sugar cube of LSD, or just a place to sleep". Unlike the girls, the book is in virginal condition. Bookseller Inventory # 1063


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Title: Runaway Girls

Publisher: New York: Midwood

Publication Date: 1968

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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