CHICAGO AND ITS MAKERS A Narrative of Events from the Day of the First White Man to the Inception of the Second World's Fair


Bumps to lower corners, 1/4" of one upper spine corner is torn and frayed a bit. The other spine corner is just starting to fray. Rubbing to back cover, light soiling to fore edge pages. A tight copy with light overall wear. Interior is quite clean. QUITE A HEAVY BOOK AND EXTRA SHIPPING MAY BE REQUIRED. ; A Narrative of Events from the Day of the First White Man to the Inception of the Second World's Fair. #162/2000 copies. Black cloth, gilt lettering to spine and front cover. TEG. Marbled endpapers, cloth reinforced hinges. Publisher's limitation label to the rear pastedown. Regular index plus index of Biographical Sketches at rear. With hundreds of illustrations from photographs, prints, and drawings. ; Large 4to; 1085 pages

Title: CHICAGO AND ITS MAKERS A Narrative of Events from the Day of the First White Man to the Inception of the Second World's Fair

Author: Gilbert, Paul and Charles Lee Bryson; with a chapter by Wallace Rice; historical adviser Caroline M. McIlvaine

Categories: Illinois,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Chicago, Felix Mendelsohn: 1929

Binding: Hardcover

Book/Jacket Condition: VG/NONE

Seller ID: 44056

Keywords: Chicago American History,