GENTLEMAN FROM EVERYWHERE
by Foss, James Henry
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Boston MA:: Self Published.. 1902. 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall. Reprint.. Book. H Hardcover. Good. Decorated red cloth, fifth edition, 318pp. Autobiography of political and religious gentleman who traveled all over USA. Sound, tight copy. Spine faded and rubbed, corners bent and a little worn through, back cover minor soiling, front cover with slight rubbing and fading but mostly still bright; spine slightly cocked. Edges of textblock yellowed. Hinges cracked but binding and pages sound. Pages naturally yellowed with minor soiling, creasing, and few tears. Still sound and sturdy.
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- GENTLEMAN FROM EVERYWHERE
- Foss, James Henry
- H Hardcover
- Book condition
- second hand - Good
- Reprint.. Book
- Self Published.
- Place of Publication
- Boston MA:
- Date Published
- NEW ENGLAND, FLORIDA.
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