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Evanston and Chicago:Northwestern University. 1917. cxiii+141pp, with many pages still uncut. Illustrated with frontis and doublepage map. Hardcover. In fine condition. *From an unpublished manuscript in possession of Northwestern University Library. The Author was a Priest of the Franciscan Mission of Inmaculada Concepcion de Covendo in Bolivia.
Dublin:The Dublin Institute For Advanced Studies. 1945. 153pp. Hardcover. Blue boards soiled and shelfworn. Spine worn with some fraying along rear board gutter. Internally, no previous owners marks or signatures. Just printed in Ireland printed in blue pencil to upper outside edge of inside front board and light age-toning to paper. The binding is tight, although slightly cocked, and hinges intact.
Quito, Ecuador:Pan American Society of Tropical Research. nd.(ca:1945). 90pp. Wrps. Rust covers soiled and edgeworn. Spine strip soiled. Internally, paper age-toned, but clean. A very good copy. *"Quichuas are today's Incas, descendents of the once great Inca Empire. Their language has survived."
Verlag Bern: A. Francke A.G. 1946. 279pp. Hardcover. Soiling to edges of front board and to spine. Otherwise a very good clean copy.
Alencon: E. Renaut-De Broise, Imprimeur et Lithog. 1884. 78pp. Rebound, with original covers, in hardcover with marbled boards and leather title label on spine. Original covers soiled, with penciled notes to top of 1st free endpage, otherwise a very good copy.
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