Daniel G. Brinton; etc. Group of Five Books ...
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DescriptionDaniel G. Brinton; etc. Group of Five Books about Florida in the 19th century. Various places: various publishers, 1869-1924. Daniel G. Brinton. A Guide-Book of Florida and the South, for Tourists, Invalids, and Emigrants. Philadelphia & Jacksonville: George MacLean; Columbus Drew, 1869. 12mo. 136 pages. Lacking map. Publisher's green cloth stamped in gilt and blind.
Oliver Marvin Crosby. Florida Facts. Both bright and blue. New York: no publishers, 1887. Octavo. 240, [5, index] pages. Illustrated. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in black and gilt.
Helen Harcourt. Home Life in Florida. Louisville: John P. Morton & Co., 1889. Octavo. 433 pages. Illustrated with frontispiece. Publisher's pictorial navy cloth stamped in silver, black, and gilt.
George Graham Currie. Songs of Florida and Other Verse. New York: James T. White, 1922. 12mo. 298 pages. Portrait frontispiece. Publisher's decorate red cloth stamped in gilt.
Karl H. Grismer. History of St. Petersburg. Historical and Biographical. St. Petersburg, FL: Tourist News Pub. Co., 1924. Large octavo. 299, [5, index] pages. Illustrated. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in blind.
Corners bumped, minor to moderate edgewear, head and foot of spines pushed and worn, rubbed. Somewhat foxed and thumbsoiled, text block unevenly toned, some copies with ink or penciled ownership and penciled notations throughout text. Good to Very good. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History
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