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Radical Literature In America An Address By Frederick B. Adams, J. To  Which is Appended a Catalogue of an Exhibition Held At the Grolier Club in  New York City by  Jr  Frederick B. - 1st Edition - 1939 - from Sweet Beagle Books and Biblio.co.uk

Radical Literature In America An Address By Frederick B. Adams, J. To Which is Appended a Catalogue of an Exhibition Held At the Grolier Club in New York City

by Adams, Frederick B. , Jr

Condition: Very Good-


The Overbrook Press. Very Good-. 1939. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Ex-library exhibition catalog with minimal Harvard College Library markings: two light stamps on copyright page, no other marks. Spine is somewhat faded with gilt titles on spine barely readable. Binding is tight, beveled edges to red cloth covers. Bibliography has a few items checkmarked with pencil. . In addition to the initial essay, a classic annotated bibliography of Radical American literature (e. g., communism, utopianism) to the mid-1930s.. Ex-Library. Small 4to 9" - 11" tall. 61 pages. A2 .


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