Missing front and back boards, but retains tan, illustrated spine with title and publisher printed in red. Free endpapers are illustrated with nature scenes in blue. Previous owner's name dated 1892 on front flyleaf. Spine is cracked and rubbed; fraying at head and tail. Soiling and scratches on textblock edges. Foxing, soiling, and staining on free endpapers and flyleaves. Occasional staining, soiling, and pencil marks in text. Lightly tanned margins throughout. Spine is secure and textblock is complete. Item has been kept inside the boards of History of the United States in Words of One Syllable by Helen W. Pierson.
Includes black & white illustrations throughout. Black & white frontispiece illustration titled, "A Mail-Carrier of the Australian Interior."
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