Potomac Landings The Romance and Tradition of the Glamourous River of Washington the Man and Washington the National Capital. Paul Wilstach.

Potomac Landings The Romance and Tradition of the Glamourous River of Washington the Man and Washington the National Capital

Hardcover, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1932. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. "The demand for a new edition of this volume of beauty, romance and scholarship has been insistent, and has steadily increased as the historic landmarks of the Potomac - the rivers of the Washingtons, Lees, Stones, Carters, Mason and the Lords Baltimore - have become, more and more, shrines of patriotic interest and travel." Ships same or next business day. Spine is slightly skewed and loose. Moderate edge wear. Shallow dent on head edge of front board. Small bumps on corners and spine ends. Faint white rubs down spine. Spine partially cracked on half-title page. Faint soiling and tanning to edges of pages. Dust jacket protected in archival cover. DJ has edge and shelf wear. 1-inch and 3/4-inch tears on spine tail with small chips. Small chips and tears on spine head. 1/2-inch tears on bottom corners. 1/4-inch chips on top corners. Price marked out and rewritten on front flap. Pencil marks and soiling on back cover. Creases along head and tail edges. Wearing down spine. Tape on interior at stress points. ; B&W Photographs; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 378 pages. [Item #71910]

Price: $16.00

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