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John C. Fitzpatrick, editor
Complete set: WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON (39 volumes); Senator Scoop Jackson
Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1931. Good to very good. Complete 39-volume hardback set, THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT SOURCES, 1745-1799, "Prepared under the direction of the UNITED STATES GEORGE WASHINGTON BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION and published by authority of Congress," edited by John C. Fitzpatrick. Published 1931-1944 in Washington, D.C., by the United States Government Printing Office; 39 volumes, including two General Index volumes (Volumes 38 and 39). The books are in very good condition and all volumes have dust jackets, except the two General Index volumes. The boards and the text blocks are well bound and all pages appear to be present and clean. The dust jackets generally are in good condition, although there are some minor tears that are present occasionally. These tears are not egregious, although there is a scoring of the Volume 9 dust jacket that runs the length of the volume's dust jacket. The book itself is unaffected. All volumes measure about 9.25 inches in height and 6.375 inches in width. Each of the 37 textual volumes measures about two inches in thickness, while each of the two General Index volumes measures about 1.5 inches in thickness. Each of the textual volumes consists of about 650 to 680 pages, while the two General Index volumes consist of 955 pages total. The entire set measures about 86 inches end-to end. Pasted inside each of the front boards is a book plate (see photograph) reading, EXITUS ACTA PROBAT. GEORGE WASHINGTON ("The outcome is the test of the act"), which the American Heraldry Societ … [Click Below for Full Description]
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