Works of Francis Parkman – The Oregon Trail
A beautiful 20-volume set of the works of Francis Parkman, American historian and horticulturalist best known for “The Oregon Trail” (included in this set). Wonderful binding of blue, gilt, and white marbled boards, navy blue leather spines and corners, and gilt titling and leaf ornamentation to spines. Published in 1902.
A one-of-a-kind set from the Boutique.
|Title||The Works of Parkman: La Salle Edition, published by Little, Brown and Company|
|Description||Blue leather spines and corners/blue, white, and gilt, marbled boards/gilt titling and leaf ornamentation to spines/top edges gilt/five raised bands to spines|
|Dimensions||30" w, 5.75" d, 8.7" h|
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