Children and Youth in America : A Documentary History. Volume I: 1866-1932, Parts One through Six. Volume II: 1866-1932, Parts Seven and Eight. (Two Books).
Bremner, Robert H., editor. John Barnard, Tamara Hareven, Robert Mennel, associate editors.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1971. First edition. Two very good quarto (oversized) hardcovers in good to fair dust jackets. Wear and rubbing along the edges with bumping to the head and heel of the spines of both books. Djs have wear and rubbing to the edges with some small tears and heavy scuffing to the covers. Dj of Parts 1 through 6 has large open tear on the heel of the spine and another on the lower edge of the front cover. 1546 pages (total) with illustrations, notes, and index. Part of an excellent series on youth and children in America. This part deals with children from the end of the Civil War to the beginning of the New Deal. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 12174)


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