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A Passion for Freedom: The LIfe of Sharlot Hall

by Maxwell Margaret F

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Tucson AZ, The University of Arizona Press, 1982, hardcover, xii-234 pp, first edition, first printing, Very Good in Very Good dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, slight spine-end and corner wear. Dustjacket unclipped with original price, slight edge bumps, tiny spots to rear panel, in new Brodart sleeve. The story of the Arizona Journalist, and first official Historian for the State. Illustrated with 26 black-&-white plates from photographs and a map. Appended; Notes to the Chapters, Bibliography and Acknowledgements. Foreword by Bruce Babbitt.

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