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Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20

Colefield's

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Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20
Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20
Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20
Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20
Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20
Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20
Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20
Young Folks’ Library, C. 1915, S/20

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; smudges, sunning, vol 1 hinge cracked, white paint vol vii spine
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
1.5" L x 5.75" W x 8.25" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

A set of 20 beautifully illustrated volumes from the Young Folks’ Library. University Research Extension Company, 1917. Third Edition. Includes: The Key to the Treasury, a comprehensive reader’s guide of maps, pronunciations and vocabulary, plus explanations of allusions used throughout the series. Inside pages are clean, with tight bindings on all but one. Lacking volume VI. Hardcover.
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About Colefield's

Colefield's offers vintage finds ranging from quirky to elegant, appealing to varied tastes and people who understand the link between the way a room looks and the way it makes one feel. A collector for more than 20 years, owner Leslie Coleman knows firsthand the power of a vintage piece to evoke a memory...set a tone...even inspire a lifestyle. Her advice? “Buy what you like—you’ll always find a place for it, and you’ll always enjoy coming home to it.”

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