Very Good. Item #000554
Plymouth: Bicentennial Commission of Plymouth, New Hampshire, 1963. First Edition. Signed and dated by author on title page. Octavo; 184pp with index, sources, and appended note about front endpaper map. B&W photographs throughout. Blue cloth on boards with gold lettering on face and spine. Map of Plymouth in 1905 on front endpapers. Binding tight; blue cloth shows minimal sunning to edges. Gilt lettering bright. Light foxing on endpapers and page edges only. Textblock is unmarked and tight in binding.
Decade-by-decade coverage gives the principal events, personalities, buildings, and topographical changes of the town where Daniel Webster lost his first criminal case and Nathaniel Hawthorne met his maker.