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1 Brown, John Mason Daniel Boone : The Opening of the Wilderness Landmark Books #21
New York, NY Random House 1952 Hard Cover Very Good Good- Ames, Lee J. 
(10), 181 pp, tan clothcovered boards w/black-red illustration & lettering on the front cover & spine, tan-brown-white illustrated endpapers of frontiersmen fighting Indians, top edge stained grey, dj front panel & spine green w/yel-white lettering and color illustrated front panel & wht rear panel w/black lettering. The author describes the life of Daniel Boone. There was always something that kept Boone on the move, first it was the French and Indian War, then it was the Warriors' Path into the wilderness. From North Acrolina to Florida to Kentucky, to Missouri, he was always on the move. dj chipped along edges, worn and rubbed with several holes on the fore edges of the flaps. 
Price: 8.46 USD
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2 Brown, John Mason Daniel Boone : The Opening of the Wilderness Landmark Books #21
New York, NY Random House 1952 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good Good Ames, Lee J. 
(10), 181 pp, tan clothcovered boards w/black-red illustration & lettering on the front cover & spine, tan-brown-white illustrated endpapers of frontiersmen fighting Indians, top edge stained grey, dj front panel & spine green w/yel-white lettering and color illustrated front panel & wht rear panel w/black lettering. The author describes the life of Daniel Boone. There was always something that kept Boone on the move, first it was the French and Indian War, then it was the Warriors' Path into the wilderness. From North Acrolina to Florida to Kentucky, to Missouri, he was always on the move. List on landmark books on rear panel of dj form #1 to #30. dj chipped along top & bottom edges, some wear and rubbed. 
Price: 9.56 USD
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3 Brown, John Mason Daniel Boone : The Opening of the Wilderness Landmark Books #21
New York, NY Random House 1952 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good Good Ames, Lee J. 
(10), 181 pp, tan clothcovered boards w/black-red illustration & lettering on the front cover & spine, tan-brown-white illustrated endpapers of frontiersmen fighting Indians, top edge stained grey, dj front panel & spine green w/yel-white lettering and color illustrated front panel & wht rear panel w/black lettering. The author describes the life of Daniel Boone. There was always something that kept Boone on the move, first it was the French and Indian War, then it was the Warriors' Path into the wilderness. From North Acrolina to Florida to Kentucky, to Missouri, he was always on the move. dj chipped along top & bottom edges, some wear and rubbed. 
Price: 9.56 USD
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4 Brown, John Mason Daniel Boone : The Opening of the Wilderness Landmark Books #21
New York, NY Random House 1952 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good Good- Ames, Lee J. 
(10), 181 pp, tan clothcovered boards w/black-red illustration & lettering on the front cover & spine, color illustrated endpapers w/color map of United States, top edge stained pink, dj front panel & spine green w/yel-white lettering and color illustrated front panel & wht rear panel w/black lettering. The author describes the life of Daniel Boone. There was always something that kept Boone on the move, first it was the French and Indian War, then it was the Warriors' Path into the wilderness. From North Acrolina to Florida to Kentucky, to Missouri, he was always on the move. dj chipped along top & bottom edges, some wear and rubbed, tear on front & rear panel, prev owner's bookplate on the ffep. 
Price: 8.46 USD
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5 Stevenson, Robert Louis w/intro by Brown, John Mason, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
New York, NY The Limited Editions Club 1952 Limited/Numbered Full-Leather Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket/good Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition Wilson, Edward A. Signed by Illustrator
123 pp, quarterbound w/marbled papercovered boards w/black leather covered spine w/gilt lettering, slipcase red papercovered, #128 of 1500 cc's, SIGNED by the illustrator, t.e.g. (top edge gilt). A psychologic romance illustrating the complex quality of man's nature. The scene is London, w/Dr. Jekyll a physician of position & good character.He experiments w/drugs & hits on one where he is changed physically so that his lower nature receives external dress. Some wear to top & bottom of spine, slipcase worn along edges w/chipping at the corners. 
Price: 80.75 USD
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