Fisher Ames Jr.; etc. Group of Ten Books about Florida at ...
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DescriptionFisher Ames Jr.; etc. Group of Ten Books about Florida at the Turn of the Century. Various places: various publishers, 1881-1926. Oliver Optic. Down South. Or, yacht adventures in Florida. Boston: Lee & Shepard Pub., 1881.
A Tallahassee Girl. Boston: James. R. Osgood & Co., 1882. Round Robin Series.
[And]: S. S. Robbins. Happy Winter in Florida. New York: Worthington Co., 1887. Franklin edition.
[And]: W. H. G. Kingston. In the Wilds of Florida. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, no date [circa mid-1880s].
[And]: Archibald Clavering Gunter. A Florida Enchantment. New York: Home Publishing Co., 1892. Presentation copy.
[And]: Maurice Thompson. The Ocala Boy. A story of Florida town and forest. Boston: Lothrop Pub. Co., 1895.
[And]: William Perry Brown. Florida Lads and For King or Congress. Akron, OH: Saalfield Pub. Co., 1903.
[And]: Fisher Ames Jr. By Reef and Trail. Bob Leach's Adventures in Florida. Boston: Brown and Page, . "First Impression."
[And]: Louis Arundel. Motor Boat Boys Among the Florida Keys. Or, the struggle for leadership. Chicago: M. A. Donohue & Co., 1913.
[And]: P. D. Gold. In Florida's Dawn. A Romance of History. Jacksonville: H & W. B. Drew Co., 1926.
Publisher's cloth. Corners bumped, minor to moderate edgewear, somewhat rubbed. Some copies with ink ownership or bookplates, some hinges starting. Internally generally clean; intermittent thumbsoiling, some text blocks lightly toned with minor edgewear. Good to Very Good. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History
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