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Cramer, C.H : Case Western Reserve: A History of the University, 1826-1976
Little, Brown and Company, Boston and Toronto, 1978
 FIRST EDITION hardcover and dustjacket. Condition of hardcover: Light rubbing to spine; light (soft) bump to corner; faint sunning to edges; else overall Near Fine. Tight binding. No cracks or tears to binding. No stickers or bookplates, and writing or underlines in the text. Text clear and readable. Illustrations are crisp and clear. Not a former library book, book club, or sales remainder with mark on edge. Dustjacket: Open tear to foot of D.J., shelf wear, rubbed marks, sunned at spine strip, faint age toning (mostly at creases), else overall Very Good Plus. Price intact on flap. Protected with Mylar cover. The author recreates succession of memorable names and events; the founding of the college in the Ohio wilderness; president George Edmond Pierce, who led the college to preeminence in mathematics and science, thereby earning the school a reputation as the "Yale of the West"; the famed Michelson-Morley experiment; the college's move to Cleveland; the battles waged for and against coeducation in the 1880s; and more. Spirited writing - very insightful and historical. Vintage photos. Note: We are a well-established, well-respected, ethical book dealer in business since 1991. We describe the condition of our books thoroughly and honestly, so you'll know exactly what you will be receiving when you order.. Book Condition: Near Fine. Binding: Hard Cover. Jacket: Very Good
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