Maryland Magazine: Volume 5, Number 4, Summer 1973

By: Margaret E. Dougherty, editor

Price: $8.00

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Book Condition: Fair


Illustrated throughout with photos. Articles include: The Last of the Arabbers; New Skills for Appalachia by William F. Hallstead; Maryland's Role in the Revolutionary War; The Day The Burned the "Peggy Stewart' by Geoge A. Gipe; A New Home for Old Firehorses by C. H. Echols; Truck Stop: a little world within itself by Carl Schoettler and Paul H. Hutchins; Mini-Tour of Upper Frederick County; Portraits: Jacob Edmund Bull, museum builder; Mrs Patti Reick and her Country Kitchen by Bonnie Joe Ayers. Edges have creases, a few pages have light edge stains. Outer brown wraps have water stains

Title: Maryland Magazine: Volume 5, Number 4, Summer 1973

Author Name: Margaret E. Dougherty, editor

Illustrator: Illustrated by Roland L. Freeman;

Categories: History, MILITARY, Baltimore,

Publisher: 1973

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 15254

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