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Gettysburg, PA, USA
Excerpt: ...accepted Billy's word for it all, and met Mr. March with a friendliness which would not usually have been shown to a newcomer. The next morning after they reached Rosita, Long Billy proposed to take Mr. March out and introduce him to some of the people he knew. When Mr. March came downstairs, he was dressed in a good suit of black, and wore a white collar; on the journey, he had worn his rough working-clothes, and a flannel shirt. Long Billy looked him up and down, from head to foot, with an expression of great dissatisfaction; but did not say anything. Then he walked out on the piazza of the hotel, and stood still for some minutes, in deep thought. Then he said to himself:
- PID: 9161664913
- Publisher: Little, Brown, and Company
- Date Published: 1921
- Seller: Shoemaker Booksellers
Description: 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall.
Condition: Very Good- No Dust Jacket
Notes: 332 pp. Original gray pictorial cloth covers. Binding and top edge of text block lightly soiled. Spine ends bumped. Previous owner's name on front blank endpaper. Illust. w/ 4 color plates. Contents nice.