By Irving Bernstein
A historical past of the yankee employee 1933-1941. vivid lettering to backbone. gentle bumping to backbone ends. dimension: 6 1/4" x nine 1/4". textual content physique is fresh, and loose from past proprietor annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and backbone totally intact. no longer ex-library. Shipped Weight: below 1 kilogram. type: historical past; ISBN: 0395331161. ISBN/EAN: 9780395331163. stock No: 021201.
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