JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE: AN INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN INSTITUTIONAL HISTORY (AND FOUR OTHER TITLES IN THE SERIES BOUND IN)

Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1895. (first ?). 8vo in quarter-leather. VG+. Ex-libris from the library of Senator Claiborne Pell. Buisness card of Portuguese book dealer Joao Cezar inalid at ffep. Cezar's sticker on verso of ffep. Very slight age-toning to some pages. Tightly bound with beautifully marbled endpapers. Fore-edge of some pages curled. Lightly shelfworn and edgeworn. Covers still a bright red, in generally good shape. Wear at spine-edges. Spine is red with gilt text and 2 small decorations. Shelve in cases. This is a volume of 5 titles bound together, all scarce. The other titles are: "THE INFLUENCE OF THE PROPRIETORS IN FOUNDING THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY; SAMUEL ADAMS THE MAN OF THE TOWN-MEETING; INDIAN MONEY AS A FACTOR IN NEW ENGLAND CIVILIZATION; GOVERNMENT AND RELIGION OF THE VIRGINIA INDIANS;" Title page and Table of Contents for, "VOLUME XIII SOUTH CAROLINA, MARYLAND, AND VIRGINIA," bound in, but period ads follow instead of content.

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Price: $250