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New York:E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. (1938). Stated 1st edition. 302pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book is in very good condition, with some mottling to the boards and some age-toning to the end-papers, front and rear. Internally, aside from the browning to end-pages, the pages are clean and bright. The dust jacket, although still in one piece, has much wear with many chips and tears.
NY: Barnes & Noble. (1969). 214pp. Illus. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Internally a very good to fine, tight, clean copy. Some pencil markings erased upper right corner of front fly leaf. Except for light sun exposure at top of front cover, a very good copy. FB011
First Edition. [Merida]:Patronato Pro Historia Peninsular, A. C. (1997). 51pp. + 104iilus. Stiff wrps. One of 500 copies. A very good copy. Some shelf wear to cover--mildly soiled. Otherwise, a clean and tight copy.
Mexico City:Ediciones de la Secretaria Publica. (1942). (35pp.). Soft cover. 1st. ed.Small quarto. Very light soiling at edges of soft cover, otherwise a very good to fine, clean, tight copy. A fascinating juvenile, attacking Germany for sinking Mexican ships and killling heroic sailors during the early years of World War 2. TS026.
(Merida): Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan. 1963. 16 pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Wraps show some wear but still in very good condition. Inside is bright and clean. A very good copy.
2 vols in one. 317pp; 317pp. Illustrated. Pages have darkened with age; Some foxing scattered throughout but especially at prelims of both volumes; otherwise a very good tight, clean copy. Has been rebound in green cloth. Boards are lightly soiled; edge points are bumped; and the rear external hinge is worn, otherwise very good.
[542pp]. Soft-cover. Illus. A very good, tight, clean copy.
2 vols. (737pp). Soft-cover. An excellent, tight set. Pages un-cut. S104.
163pp. Wrps. A very good copy.
Mexico; Instituto Panamericano de Geografia e Historia, 1939. Stiff paper wrappers. First edition. 293pp. Illustrated with thirty fold-out maps. Very Good condition. Covers are age toned, foxed and have some chipping to edges with front cover starting to separate from spine edge. Some paper missing at top/bottom of spine. Neat owner signature/date on ffep. Interior not foxed, some age toning especially towards page edges. Fold out maps are in near fine condition. Binding is secure.
Mexico:Imprenta Universitaria. 1957. 181pp. Wrps. Covers, covered in plastic, lightly soiled. Where tape secures plastic together, there is offset to opposit page, both front and back. Top page edges also lightly soiled. Otherwise, a very good, clean copy. Text in spanish.
Boston:Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1843. In two volumes. xii+412pp and xi+427pp. 1st edition. Hardcovers. Original binding with embossed designs on covers, lightly soiled but gilt on spine still bright. Rear board of volume 1 is mottled and both volumes have the top two edge points gentle bumped. Internally, both volumes have a previous owners bookplate to the inside front board as well as his name penciled to the top of the title page. Both tissue guards on frontispiece's are age toned with some off set to title pages, but otherwise pages are clean and bright. No other foxing/age toning found. A very good clean set. * From Wikipedia..."The author was a Scottish 19th century travel writer best known for her 1843 account, LIFE IN MEXICO, which is widely regarded by historians as one of the most influential Latin American travel narratives of the 19th century. She moved to mexico in 1839 when her husband, the Spanish minister of the United States, became the Spanish minister to Mexico as part of Spain's attempt to recognize Mexico's independence. They resided in Mexico the the next two years, during which she wrote the letters that would eventually comprise this book..."
New York:Taintor Brothers, Merrill and Co. 1883. Illustrated. x+298pp. Hardcover. Brown boards lightly shelfworn and soiled with bottom spine end bumped and top edge lightly nibbled. Gilt on spine still bright. Internally, end pages are lightly age-toned/foxed with a small tear to the top edge of the first free end-page and an occasional bit of foxing scattered throughout. Title page has a small tear from the bottom up, about an inch, where it attaches to the frontispiece. Overall, a very good, clean copy.
New York; Alfred A. Knopf, 1946. First Edition. Hardcover, no dj. xxviii+427+viii pp. Deckled page edges. Heavily illustrated, including fold out map and "album of photographs". Good condition. Red cloth boards with black spine show moderate shelfwear, some soiling, and sun fading. Owner name stamped to front pastedown. There are eight color illustrations on glossy paper which have foxing which also affects facing pages. Otherwise clean and unmarked, square and securely bound. This book details varied aspects of the life, art, traditions, archaeology and history of the complex Isthmus of Tehuantepec. (cfm)
Mexico:Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico; Universidad Autonoma De Campeche; Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc. 2006. 338pp. Wrps. In very good, clean condition.
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