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    Robert A. Heinlein. The Green Hills of Earth. Chicago: Shasta Publishers, 1951.

    From the limited number of first editions that included an inserted page signed by Heinlein. Octavo. 256 pages. Illustrated endpapers. Introduction by Mark Reinsberg.

    Green cloth over boards with black backstrip. Slightly cocked binding. Mild soiling to the dust jacket. Overall, very good condition.

    This is the second of Heinlein's Future History Series that Shasta published between 1950 and 1953. These volumes collect the short stories Heinlein wrote which all fit into the same futuristic timeline. The Future History timeline is printed on the endpapers. Includes ten stories.

    Currey, p. 232.


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