Limited Edition "Richmond, Capital of Virginia" and More Nonfiction Books
|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_|
|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|
|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.
- measures Richmond, Capital of Virginia.