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The Story of Mr. Korah

Carnegie Hill Books

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The Story of Mr. Korah
The Story of Mr. Korah
The Story of Mr. Korah
The Story of Mr. Korah
The Story of Mr. Korah

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Product Information

Vintage; 1910-1950
Very Good; light edgewear; soiling to jacket
Country of Origin:
Damage Information:
former owner name on front flyleaf
10" L x 7.75" W x 0.5" H

Why We Love This

Aberconway, Christabel. The Story of Mr. Korah. London: Michael Joseph, 1954. First edition. 3 tipped-in color illustrations numerous sketches by Rex Whistler. This charming story narrated by Christabel to her friend Rex Whistler, who made the sketches as he listened. He intended to make additional large color illustrations and publish the book after the war, but he was killed in 1944. Hardcover with dust jacket, former owner's name on front leaf.
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About Carnegie Hill Books

Carnegie Hill Books specializes in out-of-print books on architecture, the decorative arts, fashion and textiles, social history, and the performing arts; offering a wide selection for the design-oriented client, including rare, hard-to-find titles, important reference material, and vintage volumes. Carnegie Hill Books maintains a private Manhattan showroom and has been providing books to leading architecture and design firms for close to 20 years.