One Hundred Years: An Anthology — Charleston Jewry, Meyer, 1972, VG-hc

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One Hundred Years: An Anthology – Charleston Jewry by Simon Meyer. Jones Printing Co., Charleston, West Virginia, (U.S.A.) 1972.  216p.  6.00×9.00×0.75.  Sixteen pages of black & white photographs and maps.  Out-of-Print.  First Edition.  This copy is a PAPERBACK – not a hardcover!  VERY GOOD – Collectible condition.  Sky blue paper covers with title in black, color fading on spine and extending 1/2-inch in on both front and rear covers (see photo), plus bottom right cover tip and first 20 pages or so in are lightly curled, and page bottoms near spine are lightly stained with same sky blue color as covers (see photo).  All interior pages clean and unmarked.  Binding is tight.

Definitive history of the Jews who settled in Charleston, West Virginia around the time of the Civil War and through the next hundred years.

The book is divided into three Sections: One – a general narrative by the editor; Two – chapters written by contributors that deal with specific institutes and activities; Three – an Appendix which will include tables, lists, geneologies and other information that will be of interest to the reader. Remarkable achievement, long out-of-print and very Collectible.

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 1 × 10 in
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ONE HUNDRED YEARS: An Anthology – Charleston Jewry by Simon Meyer. Jones Printing Co., Charleston, West Virginia, U.S.A. 1972. 216pp. + llv. 6.00×9.00×0.75. Sixteen pages of black & white photographs and maps. Out-of-Print. First Edition. This copy is a PAPERBACK – not a hardcover! VERY GOOD – Collectible condition. Sky blue paper covers with title in black, color fading on spine and extending 1/2-inch in on both front and rear covers (see photo), plus bottom right cover tip and first 20 pages or so in are lightly curled, and page bottoms near spine are lightly stained with same sky blue color as covers (see photo). All interior pages clean and unmarked. Binding is tight. Definitive history of the Jews who settled in Charleston, West Virginia around the time of the Civil War and through the next hundred years. The book is divided into three Sections: One – a general narrative by the editor; Two – chapters written by contributors that deal with specific institutes and activities; Three – an Appendix which will include tables, lists, geneologies and other information that will be of interest to the reader. Remarkable achievement, long out-of-print and very Collectible.