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Comment: Annapolis, MD; National Microfilm Association; 1959; Limited Edition; 8vo; 195 Pages; Hardcover; Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket; Navy cloth binding only very slightly rubbed at spine ends, corners; backstrip, top edge of front board lightly sunned; top leaf edges slightly foxed, else a very crisp, tight & clean volume. Dj rubbed/chipped at edges; covers slightly soiled; 1" closed tear to top edge of front cover; flap edges foxed, jacket now protected in clear cover.; Good b&w photos, ils.; from a 500 copy limited edition.
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Microfilm;: A history, 1839-1900 Hardcover – 1959

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  • Hardcover: 195 pages
  • Publisher: National Microfilm Association; Limited/First Edition edition (1959)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0006EUQJK
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
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