New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 2nd edion; newly edited by Karma Pippin; revised and greatly enlarged to inlcude a new bibliography of books about Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin and a chronology of her life; a very good clean tight copy with no apparent flaws.
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NY: Bell Publishing Co. (1966). Third revised edition, first printing; 8vo.; covered boards, ix, 228 pages; hardcover; b/w illustrations and photographic illustrations; includes the fundamentals of book collecting; chapters include: First Edition and Blood Relations, Association Books, What Makes a Rare Book Rare?, The Factor of Condition, The Mechanics of...
Harrogate, Tenn.: Lincoln Memorial University Press, 1960. 8vo. stiff grey wraps with red lettering, softcover; essays by Roland Carter, Lawrence Edwards, H.H. Kroll, E. H. Smith and Jesse Stuart; lightly sunned else a very good clean tight copy.
Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia (1986). First edition;8vo.; cloth backed boards, hardcover; xvi, 372 pages; black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy with no apparent flaws in a very good dustjacket of similar quality.
Sandwich, MA: The Thorton W. Burgess Society, 1979. Small 4to; green cloth covered boards with gilt lettering; hardcover; 151 pages; black and white illustrations from Little, Brown editions of Burgess Books; very good with no apparent flaws in a sunned dust jacket with several small closed tears.
NY: The Racism and Sexism Resource Center for Educators (1983). Second Printing; 8vo; stapled stiff pictorial covers; softcover; 52 pages; black and white illustrations; written for The Council on Interracial Books for Children; a very good clean tight copy.