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Octavo, pp. [1-2]  2-31 [32: small illustration] [33-34: blank], printed wrappers, stapled. First edition? An account of the haunted tower at St. Andrews Cathedral, Fife, Scotland, first published in the "St. Andrews Citizen" in 1925. St. Andrews is haunted by several ghosts, the best known being a spirit called the White Lady who has been seen walking along the edge of the castle and the surrounding shoreline. Small chip from the upper right corner margin of first leaf, a very good copy. OCLC reports four copies, none in the United States. (#151096). N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : THE STRANGE STORY OF ST ANDREWS HAUNTED ...
Éditeur : n.d. [1925?]
Description du livre Privately printed ND [ circa 1925 ], NP [ England ], 1925. Softcover. Booklet. 32pp. Printed stapled wrappers. "The following Story was printed in the 'St. Andrews Citizen' in 1925." The true story of the haunting of a square tower in "the great Abbey Wall" of Hepburn, Scotland. Wrappers rubbed, creased & discolored. Lower edge of spine split. Browning, creases, & foxing to most pages. Still a solid about Good copy. Unusual. N° de réf. du libraire 47617