History of Liberty Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania : a Bicentennial Project
Lingle, Harry and Vera A.

[ Liberty Township? ] the authors 1976 First edition Quarto (oversized) in green coth with gilt text, embossed stylized "200" and gilt eagle on a shield in the first Zero of the "200". Slight wear to edges and corners of boards. Head and heel of spine bumped. Boards lightly scuffed. Title page stamped twice with a Friends of the Library gift stamp. 76 p. w/many illustrations. Liberty Township is a 23 sq. mile bit of land in Bald Eagle Valley with appox. 2000 residents. Originally part of Bald eagle then later Lower Bald Eagle townships, it separated in 1800. The two largest communites are Blanchard (formerley Eagleville) and Monument. The work focuses on the 20th century. Uncommon, with many unique images. Very Good Hardcover with gilt embossed cover (Item ID: 11272)

$65.00

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