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Author Name    Kay, Gertrude A. >>

Title   Adventures in Our Street

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Poor with no dust jacket

Publisher   Philadelphia: David McKay Company; 1925

Seller ID   17194

130 pages; 8vo (9.75") 25 cm; Tall hardcover, blue cloth, full-color glossy illustrated paste-down on front, full-color glossy illustrated endpapers, 130 pages, 44 b/w illustrations in text, 3 full-color glossy plates. ; Written and illustrated by Gertrude A. Kay. Imaginative adventures of two children, Two-Braids and her little brother Door-Slammer, with their jolly old nurse Puggsy and other children who live on their street. ; Frontispiece illustration missing. Otherwise book is remarkably well preserved. Light wear to heel and crown, as usual. Two very small chips to front paste-down, otherwise no tears, no marks, no spots, no scribbles. Pages are only slightly yellowed from age. Binding tight.

Price = 30.00 USD


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