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Second Printing. 380 pp.; 8vo; blue cloth stamped in gilt, in patterned white dust jacket printed & illustrated in blue and red. Very light foxing to foredge, else a very bright copy. Dust jacket with half-inch closed tear front top edge, moderate darkening at spine, two spots of soil or sticker remnants on the back, light wear at corners.
From the jacket cover: Mary Ambree was the Englishwoman who joined the French Foreign Legion for Love of Adventure and to show what a woman could do. These true episodes of life and adventure in the Legion are selected fro her diary and edited, at her request, by P. C. Wren.
Title: Sowing Glory, The Memoirs of "Mary Ambree", The English Woman-Legionary.
Edition: First American Edition
Publisher: N.Y., Frederick A. Stokes Co.: 1931
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Near find condtion in very good jacket, in protective mylar wrap.
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 4468