Blue cloth with silver lettering and decoration, purple dust jacket with white and black lettering. All edges lightly yellowing, text within in is clean and bright. Dust jacket has some edgewear, and the spine is faded some. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the front free endpaper. Size: Sm 4to - Over 9". N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : Courage is the Price the Biography of Amelia...
Éditeur : McCormick-Armstrong Publishing Division
Date d'édition : 1963
Reliure : Hard Cover
Etat du livre : Very Good
Description du livre McCormick-Armstrong c. 1963, Wichita KS, 1963. Hardcover. État : Very Good+. Etat de la jaquette : Good-. Binding and contents are almost like new, with a signed and dated inscription by the author on the ffep and just the slightest sign of wear on the top and bottom of the book's spine. . DJ is not much to look at, but it provides plenty of protection and information. (LR-3-D) . ; 9-1/8" Tall, 221pp. Green cloth, bright silver spine lettering and small bright silver picture of Amelia on the front cover. INSCRIBED, SIGNED, AND DATED by the author on the ffep (To Virginia Wallstrom With the best wishes of the author Muriel Earhart Morrissey October 28, 1963) . BIOGRAPHY. "Amelia Earhart became the symbol of emerging American women with her flyaway hairstyle, her carefree approach to dress and her intense enjoyment of doing what she wanted most to do. Muriel, younger of the Earhart sister team of 'Meely and Pidge, ' remembers Amelia-the-woman born from Amelia-the-chil d. She recounts childhood days in mid-America with pleasure and lean days of family distress with retrospectdive understanding. This book by Amerlia Earhart's sister presents an Amelia whom very few people know - a determined, ingenious, self-sufficient child who grup to be the courageous pioneer in the world of flying. In addition, the book gives an insight into the kind of family that Amelia came from, and her closeness to them. No one can tell this story as well as Muriel Morrisey has told it. " Frontispiece is a full-color photo of Amelia. 16-page b/w photo section. (LR-3-D) . N° de réf. du libraire 41655
Description du livre McCormick-Armstrong, Pub. Divisi, 1963. Hardcover. État : Good. Etat de la jaquette : acceptable. Signed. First Edition. Signed and inscriped by the author, who is Amelia Earhart's sister! Jacket show significant wear, one closed tear on spine. Can easily be saved with a protective mylar cover. Pages are clean and vibrant, binding is tight. N° de réf. du libraire mon0001460791