Titre : Lore of the Lumber Camps.
Éditeur : University of Michigan Press, 1948, NAP, 1st printing.
Date d'édition : 1948
Reliure : Hardcover
Illustrateur : .
Signé : Signed by Author(s)
Edition : 1st Edition
Very Good: solid, straight and clean, with some library marks (small stamp on top edge, stamp on free front endpaper, pocket and clumsily removed barcode evidence on rear endpaper); jacket has shadow of a removed label at bottom of spine, else is bright and clean; jacket in new archival quality clear protector. Hardcover in brick red cloth, 6.3x9.5", xii, 348 pp.; no jacket. 118 songs from the Michigan woods, 22 with music, also some tall tales, and notes, bibliography, index, etc. Inscribed and signed by the author, "To Paul F. Boston / Hoosier with a love for the deep woods/ E. C. Beck" on subtitle page.Laid in extra, two brief newspaper articles about the author. . N° de réf. du libraire 131496
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