9 VOLUMES OF THE LAKESIDE CLASSICS

COLLECTION OF THE LAKESIDE CLASSICS – THE LAKESIDE PRESS – 9 VOLUMES

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The Lakeside Press Classics series was started in 1903 by Thomas E. Donnelley, then president of RR Donnelley & Sons Company and son of the founder. Thomas E. Donnelley believed that a simple book, dignified and well designed, would be an appropriate holiday gift. The basic format of the Lakeside Press Classics has remained the same for more than 100 years, testifying to the sound design of the first volume. Every 25 years the cover material is changed and type style adjusted to keep pace with current developments in fine book making. Production methods are updated as book manufacturing improvements are introduced. Current editions use electronic page composition, digital scanning and state-of-the-art computer-to-plate technologies.

New, and unread (with 4 volumes still in their shrink-wrap), I am offering ten inches of these classic books that measure about 6 7/8 inches by 4 3/8 inches, all with TEG (top edges gilt).  Included are:

THE LOGBOOK OF THE CAPTAIN’S CLERK by Sewell
CHILDREN OF OL’ MAN RIVER by Bryant
THE AMERICANIZATION OF EDWARD BOK (two copies) by Edward W. Bok
INAUGURAL ADDRESSES – W.H. TAFT TO G. W. BUSH
FIGHTING THE FLYING CIRCUS by Edward V. Rickenbacker
REVOLUTIONARY DAYS by Princess Julia Cantacuzene
FROM THE DEEP WOODS TO CIVILIZATION by Charles Alexander Eastman
MY LIFE EAST AND WEST by William S. Hart

If there happens to be one, or more volumes you need, I will sell volumes separately for $10 each postpaid. Just email and ask.

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$27.50 for nine books – Order Number eb749 – click on “Ordering Information” in menu above, and contact me

Shipping –  $8.75 Media Mail – less than a dollar a book

 

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