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Limited Edition "Richmond, Capital of Virginia" and More Nonfiction Books

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Title and Author/Editor Here Lies Virginia: An Archaeologist’s View of Colonial Life and History (Ivor Noël Hume), Richmond, Capital of Virginia: Approaches to Its History, Alexandria: A Pictorial History (Karen G. Harvey and Ross Stansfield), Old Richmond Today (John G. Zehmer), Photographic Studies of Old Virginia Homes and Gardens (Introduction by F. Meredith Dietz), _ Cold Spring Harbor Soundings_
Genre History, Reference
Binding Half leather with cloth boards, Hardcover
Publisher or Printer The Cold Spring Harbor Village Improvement Society, Alfred A. Knopf, Whittet & Shepperson, Donning Co., The Council of Historic Richmond Foundation, The Dietz Press
Publication Year 1977, 1988, 1953, 1963, 1938
Period 20th Century, Vintage
Place of Publication Richmond, VA, Norfolk, VA, New York
Limited Edition Yes
Language English
Signed Yes
Signed by John G. Zehmer, Karen G. Harvey, Ross Stansfield, Richard Cheek
Number of Books 6
Additional Information Richmond, Capital of Virginia is numbered 138 of 163. Cold Spring Harbor Soundings is numbered 238 of 950.


- conditions vary; generally tight bindings and hinges; red rot, rubbing, soiling, discoloration, and wear to boards and backstrips; bumped spines and corners; page toning; tears, chips, creases, and wear to dust jackets.


1.75" W x 11.25" H x 8.5" D

- measures Richmond, Capital of Virginia.

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