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Ice Breakers; Games and Stunts for Large and Small Groups

by Geister, Edna

Condition: Fair/No Jacket

New York: The Womans Press, 1918. Apparent first printing, with same date to copyright and title pages. Worn but still useful, in the original navy blue cloth with dark red lettering. Former library copy, with stamps, mild pocket remains in back. A few small marks in text (check marks). Covers show edge wear and rubbing, a bit of discoloration, a ring to back which looks like it was from a hot teapot or whatever, with some ripple to cloth within the circle. No jacket. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" tall.



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