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Author Name    Phillips, Philip, with J. H. Vincent (Rev)

Title   Around the World with Philip Phillips : (Round the World) with Descriptive Songs and Gem Solos . . .

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Poor with no dust jacket

Publisher   N. Y. : Phillips Publishing Company; 1887

Seller ID   2747

320 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Pale gray cloth, green lettering and decor, 160 pages of world travel and description, with scores of b/w engravings, plus 160 pages with 100 religious and inspirational songs, many by author, including lyrics, tunes, and piano parts. Index to each section. ; Subtitle continued: The Singing Pilgrim, a Pictorial Tour of the Globe . . . Throughout Every State in the Union and Twenty Different Countries . . . ; Heavily worn and frayed exterior, boards soiled, spine heavily browned but readable. Gift noted dated 1903. Front hinge has some play. Interior complete, with minor soiling to a few pages, not obscuring text.

Price = 14.00 USD


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