Washington DC: United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission, 1932. Volume one: frontispiece after Gilbert Stuart's portrait of Washington, xxiv, 716p, illustrations, maps; volume two: frontispiece after Albert T. Reid's "Uncle Sam" poster, xx, 734p, illustrations, musical scores, braille; volume three: frontispiece after Rockwell's "The Guiding Influence," 739p, illustrations, index; volume four: Frontispiece after Gilbert Stuart's portrait of Washington, 725p, illustrations, plates, fold out of American flags; volume five: 680p, illustrations. 31cm. Uniform bindings of faux morocco blue cloth with titling in gilt on the front cover and spine. Each volme is double column. Typed, signed letter from Sol Bloom, director of the project glued to the front cover pastedown. Corners bumped, a few rubbed; prior owner's neat signature at the top of the front free endpaper; frontispiece guards foxed. In very good condition. (Inventory #: 20757)
City Planning, Architecture, Marylandia, Civil War, Exploration, and Design.
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