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Mississippi Pilot, 1st Ed

California Lustre

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Mississippi Pilot, 1st Ed
Mississippi Pilot, 1st Ed
Mississippi Pilot, 1st Ed
Mississippi Pilot, 1st Ed
Mississippi Pilot, 1st Ed

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; bottom right corner of cover dented, minor wear to cover

Materials:

paper

Size:

8.5" L x 6.5" W x 1" H

Why We Love This

Mississippi Pilot: With Mark Twain on the Great River by Phil Stong. Doubleday, 1954. Hardcover with no dust jacket. No illustrations, bi-color endpapers. First edition. 253 pages. Bob Rowley of Hannibal, Mo., is the young hero of a story of river-boating in Mark Twain's day. Against his family's wishes, and full of cheek, Bob goes to work as "cub" under the Clemens he knew as Sam and must now call "Sir," and is taken down a peg or two while learning the ropes.
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Why We Love This

Mississippi Pilot: With Mark Twain on the Great River by Phil Stong. Doubleday, 1954. Hardcover with no dust jacket. No illustrations, bi-color endpapers. First edition. 253 pages. Bob Rowley of Hannibal, Mo., is the young hero of a story of river-boating in Mark Twain's day. Against his family's wishes, and full of cheek, Bob goes to work as "cub" under the Clemens he knew as Sam and must now call "Sir," and is taken down a peg or two while learning the ropes.

About California Lustre

California Lustre brings you an eclectic array of vintage finds from all over the West coast. We offer unique decorative accents to complete any room, alongside a wide variety of books for building your library or putting on display. Our one-of-a-kind vintage finds will add style, playfulness, or charm to any space.