"The Spirit of St. Louis" by Charles A. Lindbergh and More, Early to Mid-20th C.
|Title and Author/Editor||The Spirit of St. Louis (Charles A. Lindbergh), Jump: Tales of the Caterpillar Club (Don Glassman)|
|Genre||Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs, Transportation|
|Binding||Cloth on board|
|Publisher||Charles Scribner’s Sons, Simon & Schuster|
|Publication Year||1953, 1930|
|Period||1950s, Vintage, Early to Mid 20th Century, 1930s|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Edition Page Present||Yes|
|Number of Books||2|
- generally tight bindings; loose hinges; bumped spines and corners; cocked spines; wear and discoloration to boards; page toning; The Spirit of St. Louis is a former library copy with card pocket and labels to front pastedown.
- measures one.