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1 Kuhn, Ferdinand Commodore Perry and the Opening of Japan - Landmark Books #56
New York, NY Random House 1955 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Kaye, J. Graham 
vi, 183 pp, blue clothcovered boards w/dark blue-red illustration & lettering on the front cover & spine, light brown endpapers w/white diamond pattern w/blu illustrations inside the diamonds, yellow stained top edge, dj glossy borwn-red-blu-purple w/color illustrated front panel & spine w/black lettering, rear panel on the dj contains text. The story of Commodore Matthew Perry's opening a door into Japan so tha tAmerican ships might stop for fuel and water on their route to China. The story of an American naval officer who helped shape the course of history without firing a single shot. Prev owner's bookplate on halftitle page. 
Price: 15.09 USD
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2 Kuhn, Ferdinand Commodore Perry and the Opening of Japan - Landmark Books #56
New York, NY Random House 1955 Hard Cover Very Good- Very Good- Kaye, J. Graham 
vi, 183 pp, blue clothcovered boards w/dark blue-red illustration & lettering on the front cover & spine, light brown endpapers w/white diamond pattern w/blu illustrations inside the diamonds, yellow stained top edge, dj glossy borwn-red-blu-purple w/color illustrated front panel & spine w/black lettering, rear panel on the dj contains text. The story of Commodore Matthew Perry's opening a door into Japan so tha tAmerican ships might stop for fuel and water on their route to China. The story of an American naval officer who helped shape the course of history without firing a single shot. small stain on dj rear flap and RPD, slight wear to top edges of the boards. 
Price: 11.69 USD
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3 Kuhn, Ferdinand w/foreword Bby Baughman, U. E. The Story of the Secret Service - Landmark #75
New York, NY Random House 1957 4th Printing Hard Cover Very Good Good Illustrated 
xiii, 175 pp, (2), pink clothcovered boards w/blue-grey illustration and lettering on the front panel and spine, color illustrated endpapers, dj blu-brown-black-tan color illustrated front panel & spine w/wht-blue rear panel w/black lettering for text. The foreword is by U.E. Baughman, Chief, U.S. Secret Service. The book is the story of the Service and an account of what it does. The book also has some case histories taken from Secret Service files. The inside of the dj has listing of Landmark books from 1 ot 85 and a listing of World Landmark books from W-1 to W-38. dj chipped at the corners w/some soiling to the rear panel and slight rubbing to edges. 
Price: 12.71 USD
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