2 edition of newspaper encyclopædia and fact book found in the catalog.
newspaper encyclopædia and fact book
W. C. Paxson
|Statement||prepared and comp. by W.C. Paxson ... Many thousand important facts and bits of information on local, state, national and world subjects ...|
|LC Classifications||AG105 .P35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||15014569|
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The book is a Chicago coming-of-age story; a love story of a pair of opposites; and a political saga by a woman who was skeptical, if not outright disdainful, of politics, who tried to apply the Author: Isabel Wilkerson. About this Item: Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc, Chicago, Hard Cover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. Clean pages with no markings in the text. There is some foxing on the end papers, title page and page edging. The cover has some light soiling and light edge wear. Rated fair because the book has a musty smell. Illustrated. Volume 11 only.
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