Titre : Home by the Bering Sea
Éditeur : Caxton Printers Ltd
Date d'édition : 1951
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Fair
Faded light blue cloth binding with dark blue print. Memoir of a teacher who worked at Jesse Lee Orphanage (aka Jesse Lee Home, Mission Home when moved to Seward) in the Aleutian Islands in the early 20th century. Fair condition, ex-library with labels, stamps, pocket; spine cover more faded, torn at exterior edges; cover worn, through to boards at corners; fore and end pages have some personal notes, 1963 holiday card taped inside, no marks noted in text. Names mentioned in handwritten notes include Dr. Newhall, Maura Newhall, Dr. Seagraves-The Burma Surgeon, Norma Scott, Denali Porter, Claude & Rosebelle Groth, Rose Trigg; contact us for full context or transcription of hand notes. N° de réf. du libraire 9798-3148
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