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THE OHIO. by  R.E Banta - First Edition - (1949) - from, IOBA and


by Banta, R.E

Condition: Good + in light gray cloth (light toning to the pages, minor soiling to covers, name on front endpaper)

New York:: Rinehart and Company., (1949). Good + in light gray cloth (light toning to the pages, minor soiling to covers, name on front endpaper). First edition. A volume in the RIVERS OF AMERICA series edited by Hervey Allen and Carl Carmer. Illustrated with drawings by Edward Shenton. This copy has a page bound in stating that this book is one of a Special Limited Valley Edition - this page is INSCRIBED by the author and dated 10-14-49. Bibliography, index. 592 pp.


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