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This listing is for 5 vintage 1940s books.

None of the books had dust jackets.


"Tomorrow We Reap" by James Street & James Childers
384 pages
Copyright 1949
Publisher - Dial Press Inc. New York, N. Y.

This book is still in good condition.
There is some writing on the first page (last picture) as well as an address sticker on the inside front cover.
Pages are still tight.
Cover and Edges show signs of wear.


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"Gentlemen, Hush!" by Jere Wheelwright
Illustrated by Ralph Ray
193 pages
Copyright 1948
Publisher - Junior Literary Guild - And Charles Scribner's Sons - New York

This book is still in good condition.
This is a former high school library book, so it still has some markings on it that a library book would have.
Pages are still tight.
Cover and edges show signs of wear.


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"Cannon Hill" by Mary Deasy
278 pages
Copyright 1949
Publisher - An Atlantic Monthly Press Book - Little, Brown and Company - Boston

For the most part this book is still in great condition.
The front cover has come away from the pages a little.
Also a former library book so it still has some markings on it that a library book would have.
Also the description of the book from the dust jacket has been attached to the first inside page.
Pages are still tight.
Cover and edges show signs of wear.


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"See Here, Private Hargrove" by Marion Hargrove
211 pages
Copyright 1942
Publisher - New York - Henry Holt and Company

For the most part this book is still in great condition.
The back cover has come away from the pages.
There is an inscription on the inside first page (third picture).
Pages are still tight.
Cover and edges show signs of wear.


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"The Story of Mrs. Murphy" by Natalie Anderson Scott
445 pages
Copyright 1947
Publisher - New York - E. P. Dutton & Company, Inc.

This book is still in good condition.
Pages are still tight.
Cover and edges show signs of wear.

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Vintage 1940s books Lot of 5 Tomorrow we reap Gentlemen hush Cannon hill See here private hargrove Mrs Murphy Paper Ephemera

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