Very Good; minor shelfwear, dust jacket chips & tears
8.75" L x 6" W x 3.75" H
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Edgar Allan Poe: The Man by Mary E. Phillips. First edition, 1926, Chicago: John C. Winston Co. Two-volume set bound in blue cloth with Volume I in its original dust jacket. Total of 1683 pages. Profusely illustrated. Each end paper is Poe's plan of a different city. Both books are in very good condition; clean and firm with minor rubbing to the extremities and small chips and tears along the periphery of the dust jacket.
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