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Through Centuries Three: A Short History of the People of Virginia by  W.H.T SQUIRES - Signed First Edition - 1929 - from Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA and

Through Centuries Three: A Short History of the People of Virginia


Condition: Very Good

VA: Printcraft Press, Inc, 1929. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Very good No#96 of limited Signed first edition, first few pages-title page show some wrinkles on inner edge, some blotchy fading on spine with a few tiny holes in cloth, spine ends and panel corners bumped, brown stain on outer page ends, some blotchy fading on back panel, light fraying of bottom back panel corner, light browning of page edges and tissue guard, numbered and Signed by author on title page also Inscribed by author on front fee end page.


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