This old book by Mark Twain was found, literally, in an old barn in Iowa.
Dated 1884 and 1896.
This has 388 pages, and is illustrated.
New York,, Ny, U.S.A.: Harper & Brothers, 1896. No Edition Or Printing Stated. Bound In Red Cloth With Stamped Gilt Image On The Front
The cover and binding are kind of dirty, but the front and back covers both have a REALLY cool imprint of corn with the initials M T.
Condition: the last couple of pages have evidence of previous mildew, but there is now nothing active, though.
All pages are intact, but the binding loops loose from the back of the pages.
Synopsis of this story:
"Huck" Finn is the narrator of this Great American Novel, and he speaks in Southern antebellum vernacular. The vivid descriptions of people and daily life along the Mississippi River color the adventure of Huck and a runaway slave, Jim, rafting their way to freedom.
We love this, and will happily keep it in our home until someone else decides it's time for this to go to a new home.