The Cabinetmakers of America, by Ethel Hall Bjerkoe, 1957. Published by Bonanza Books, New York by arrangement with Doubleday & Company. 246 pages. Hardcover
From the flyleaf: " "Buried in elusive records – account books, diaries, letters, histories – is the story of the lives and works of the cabinetmakers of America. Over many years Ethel Hall Bjerkoe has studied, traveled and searched and has finally gathered together their story. Here it is, collected for the first time in one volume."
This book very good condition with the dust jacket intact and the book pages secure and the binding tight. The dust jacket shows some shelf wear around the edges and is otherwise free of rips, tears or repairs. The original owners book plate is fixed on the inside cover.
This is a nice clean copy in very good condition. The book weighs 1 pound 14.6 ounces, measures 10 ½ by 7 ½ and 1 inch thick.
A great addition to any collector's library!
Item ID: S1119
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