Item #2413 THE LEGACY OF THE EXPOSITION. INTERPRETATION OF THE INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL HERITAGE LEFT TO MANKIND BY THE WORLD CELEBRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915. James A. BARR, Joseph M. CUMMINGS, Charles H. FERNBACH.
THE LEGACY OF THE EXPOSITION. INTERPRETATION OF THE INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL HERITAGE LEFT TO MANKIND BY THE WORLD CELEBRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915
THE LEGACY OF THE EXPOSITION. INTERPRETATION OF THE INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL HERITAGE LEFT TO MANKIND BY THE WORLD CELEBRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915
THE LEGACY OF THE EXPOSITION. INTERPRETATION OF THE INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL HERITAGE LEFT TO MANKIND BY THE WORLD CELEBRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915
THE LEGACY OF THE EXPOSITION. INTERPRETATION OF THE INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL HERITAGE LEFT TO MANKIND BY THE WORLD CELEBRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915
THE LEGACY OF THE EXPOSITION. INTERPRETATION OF THE INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL HERITAGE LEFT TO MANKIND BY THE WORLD CELEBRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915

THE LEGACY OF THE EXPOSITION. INTERPRETATION OF THE INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL HERITAGE LEFT TO MANKIND BY THE WORLD CELEBRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915

San Francisco: Panama-Pacific International Exposition Company, 1916. First Edition. Cloth-backed Boards. (8) 187 (1) pp. 7" x 9 1/2". Designed and printed by John Henry Nash. Cloth-backed boards. Paper spine label. One of 5000 un-numbered copies. Letters of appreciation and enjoyment of the great World's Fair in San Francisco in 1915 from approximately 700 visitors. A Fine copy, now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes, via media mail, to any United States address. Fine / Custom Clear Mylar. Item #2413

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