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Keeping Up With William

Story of a Lifetime

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; pages tanned, jacket wear

Materials:

paper

Size:

7.5" L x 5" W x 1" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Keeping Up With William, by Irving Bacheller. "In Which the Honorable Socrates Potter Talks of the Relative Merits of Sense, Common and Preferred." Wry political commentary on the coming of World War I. Political cartoon drawings in black and white by Gaar Williams. Published 1918 by Bobbs-Merrill. Hardcover with jacket, 115 pp. Condition overall is Very Good with tanned pages, owner's name. Condition of rare dustjacket is only fair, with small tears and wear.
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Why We Love This

Keeping Up With William, by Irving Bacheller. "In Which the Honorable Socrates Potter Talks of the Relative Merits of Sense, Common and Preferred." Wry political commentary on the coming of World War I. Political cartoon drawings in black and white by Gaar Williams. Published 1918 by Bobbs-Merrill. Hardcover with jacket, 115 pp. Condition overall is Very Good with tanned pages, owner's name. Condition of rare dustjacket is only fair, with small tears and wear.

About Story of a Lifetime

Story of a Lifetime has been finding and sharing vintage books since 2002. Whether it's an original Girl Scout manual, a tale set on the Isle of Capri, or that classic by Hawthorne you always meant to read, our vast collection ensures something wonderful for everyone. Our editions are just waiting to be discovered—and rediscovered.