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Alphabet Story of Famous Cities Told in Rhymes and Jingles by ABC - First Edition - 1905 - from E M Maurice Books, LLC, ABAA and

Alphabet Story of Famous Cities Told in Rhymes and Jingles

by ABC

Condition: Good/No Jacket

Philadelphia: National Publishing Company, 1905. Red cloth with wear and spotting to front cover, internal finger soil, inside hinges showing at front and back, fragile. The first section of the book contains 26 verses and illustrations about one US city per letter, there are stereotypical depictions of African and Native Americans. There are also sections of nursery rhymes and the months of the year with illustrations by Horace C Fry; Jessie McDermott; J G Francis; Livingston Hopkins; Morgan J Sweeney; E B Williams; Jessie Curtis Shepherd; R Taylor; E Taylor. Scarce title, later reprinted in 1915 in a different binding.. First Edition. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Horace C Fry, et al.... 4to.


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