New York: Columbia University Press, 1929. Hardcover. Near Fine. Handsome, very well-preserved copies of the 1928 and 1929 re-issues of Benjamin Franklin's Account Books. BOTH OCTAVO VOLUMES ARE INSCRIBED at the front blank endpapers BY GEORGE SIMPSON EDDY, WHO COMPILED THE NOTES FOR THIS PROJECT. Vol. I (1928) is crisp and Near Fine in its printed beige wrappers. And Vol. II (1929) is tight and Near Fine in its duotone cloth, with immaculate pasted-on title label at the front panel. Vol. I (1928) constitutes Franklin's Ledger 1728-1739 and his Journal 1730-1737; and Vol. II (1929) constitutes his Ledger "D" 1739-1747. (Inventory #: 14828)
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