Mexico the Land of Unrest: Being Chiefly an Account of What Produced the Outbreak in 1910, Together With the Story of the Revolutions Down to This Day
Mexico the Land of Unrest: Being Chiefly an Account of What Produced the Outbreak in 1910, Together With the Story of the Revolutions Down to This Day

Mexico the Land of Unrest: Being Chiefly an Account of What Produced the Outbreak in 1910, Together With the Story of the Revolutions Down to This Day

Philadelphia, Pa. J.B. Lippincott, 1913. Hardcover. Published with: London: Herbert & Daniel. xxiv, 461, [1] p.: tissue-guarded frontispiece, folded map, title vignette of a coin, 50 leaves of illustrations, primarily photographs; 23 cm. Burgundy cloth with gilt-stamped spine title. Top page edges gilt. The folded map is a color map of Mexico engraved by W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh and London. Title page printed in red and black. No date of publication is given; 1913 is the date supplied in the Library of Congress record. This edition preceded that published in conjunction with Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. of London. The author, Henry Baerlein, was Special Correspondent of The Times of London in Mexico. In Very Good Condition: cover is rubbed; ends of spine starting to fray; pages and illustrations are clean and tight; map is clean and intact. Very Good. Item #000949

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