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Soft Cover. Very Good/Wraps, Very Good. No Edition Stated. The American Antiquarian Society, founded in 1812, remains a national research library covering American history, literature, and culture through 1876. This wonderful offering is actually two pieces in one. The larger brochure, bound with green thread, measures 8x10" and includes a photo of the library on the front cover and an exceptionally nice 5x7" photograph of the interior of the building tipped in on reverse side. Text consists of "the state of the union" based on the Annual Meeting held October 15, 1924 and provides interesting data about the library's budget, acqusitions, needs and directors, one of whom was William Howard Taft. Printed on high quality paper with rough cut edges. The second offering, entitled "American Antiquarian Scoeity Circular of Information," a four page brochure with additional information, is laid in.
Title: American Antiquarian Society, A Statement by the Council, 1926
Categories: European History,
Publisher: Worcester, Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, 1926:
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 9391
Keywords: AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. LIBRARIES. EPHEMERA. HISTORY ASSOCIATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS LITERATURE ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES