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    Emily P. Burke; Louis Pendleton. Pair of Books about Life in Georgia in the 19th century. Various places: James M. Fitch; Roberts Bros., 1850-1895. First editions. Emily P. Burke. Reminiscences of Georgia. No place: James M. Fitch, 1850. First edition. 12mo. 252 pages. Illustrated with frontispiece. Publisher's decorated red cloth stamped in gilt. Corners bumped and rubbed with boards showing, moderate edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed and chipped, somewhat rubbed. Front hinge weak, rear hinge starting, endpapers somewhat soiled. Foxed, some offsetting, all edges gilt with minor wear. Good or better.

    [Together with]: Louis Pendleton. In the Okefenokee. A story of war time and the Great Georgia Swamp. Boston: Roberts Bros., 1895. Presumed first edition. 12mo. 182, [36, publisher's catalog] pages. Illustrated. Pictorial bright blue cloth stamped in gilt, maroon, and silver. Corners rubbed, moderate edgewear, spine sunned, head and foot of spine pushed and worn, rubbed and soiled. Small inkstamps and penciled ownership to front endpapers. Text block toned, minor foxing and thumbsoiling. Very good.

    Howes B981; Sabin 9307. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History

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