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by Louise Dickinson Rich
published by J. B. Lippincott Co., 1942
SYNOPSIS (source: alibris.com)
In her early thirties, Louise Dickinson Rich took to the woods of Maine with her husband. They found their livelihood and raised a family in the remote backcountry settlement of Middle Dam, in the Rangeley area. Rich made time after morning chores to write about their lives. We Took to the Woods is an adventure story, written with humor, but it also portrays a cherished dream awakened into full life. First published 1942.
+lightly soiled light brown book cloth with brown graphics on front and spine, missing dust jacket
+measures 5 3/4" wide x 8 1/4" tall x 1 5/8" thick, 332 pp.
+gorgeous endpapers with blue and white illustrative map
+21 black and white photographs, including the frontispiece and a portrait of the author and her two boys (see last picture)
+has bookplate on front endpapers that reads "Ex Libris, B. Carolyn Felder"
good vintage condition! cover is lightly soiled. there are a few soiled pages, but most of the pages are clean. the binding is square, strong and tight.
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