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Book Condition: Very Good
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. First Edition. Very Good. Heavily illustrated throughout in b&w with a section in color at the rear of the book. 276 pages. Covers items made from clay, flax, wool, wood, stone, iron, tin and grain plus chapters on quilts, rugs, fracturs and barns. Bound in linen-colored cloth with a design on the front cover in brown. Minor wear at spine ends.