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Poverty and Riches: A Study of the Industrial Regime

Nearing, Scott

Edité par John C. Winston Company, Philadelphia, 1916
Etat : Very Good Couverture rigide
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261, [3] pp. 16 black & white plates of photographs and pictures by Charles F. Weller, Lewis W. Hine, George Frederick Watts, W. Balfour Ker, and other artists. Includes index. Inscribed by Nearing on front pastedown. Printed handout from Scott and his first wife, Nellie Seeds Nearing, with Scott's vision of America dated January 1, 1917 pasted to ffep. (Handout shows the "Union Bug.") Green cloth, gilt on front panel and spine. Front board has attractive decorative panels in green and gold: one shows tenaments and factory smokestacks, the other a mansion and gardens. Gently bumped corners, wear at spine ends else VG. N° de réf. du libraire 4513

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Titre : Poverty and Riches: A Study of the ...

Éditeur : John C. Winston Company, Philadelphia

Date d'édition : 1916

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre :Very Good

Signé : Presentation Copy

Edition : First Edition.

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