Stapled, pictorial wraps with black titles. Wraps are toned, stained and foxed, but book is square and binding is secure. Interior pages have only light aging. ; B&W Drawings; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; In 1947, Rich's ran a series of full-page, public service pages on Georgia in several of the state's newspapers. This publication contains all of the ads. Interesting bit of Georgia history. View More...
Independence, Press of Zion's Printing and Publishing Company: 1950
Seller ID: 13968
Condition: Very Good
Stapled gray wraps with B&W drawing on front. Light, general wear and aging. Cover pulled at top stapled but not loose. Some wrinting and drawing on endpapers front and rear. Otherwise, this is a solid, square and securely bound copy. Originally published around 1900, this small book tells the story of a Mormon missionary who finds fertile ground for his message in rural Georgia. Go figure. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 127 pages View More...