History of Seneca County From the Close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880; Embracing Many Personal Sketches of Pioneers, Anecdotes, and Faithful Descriptions of Events Pertaining to the Organization of the County and Its Progress
Place Published: Springfield, Ohio
Publisher: Transcript Printing Co.
Date Published: 1880
Edition: First edition
Book Id: 35538
691, , i-xii, pp. Octavo [23 cm] Original blue cloth binding with a gilt stamped title on the spine and blind stamped decoration on the front and rear boards. Black and white plates. Very good. The cloth at the spine ends is slightly bumped and chipped. The underlying boards are exposed at the bottom fore edge corners. Subtle damp stain on the bottom edge of the front cover. The page preceding the frontispiece page has been torn out. Title page partially detached. Minor staining on the endsheets. Foxing on the endsheets and flyleaves. Some light foxing to some of the internal plates. The binding threads are visible in the inside margins of the pages at the very beginning and end, and there are light damp stains on the bottom margins of the first several pages. There are small nicks in the top margins of roughly 1/3 of the pages. Browned pages. Internally very good. Flake: 4739
Contains sections on the Mormon Church and Oliver Cowdery.