Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1967. 2nd Printing. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7. Good. Item #10830
Scarce 2nd Printing of this Eastern Shore of Maryland history. Two volumes complete. Green cloth gilt. Square Tight Bindings. Clean interiors. Frontispiece portraits in each volume, I with a portrait of Samuel Harrison, The Eastern Shore's most important historian and author of these volumes. Volume II has the portrait of Oswald Tilghman, who edited Harrison's papers and was a former Confederate Army officer and great-grandson of Lt. Col. Tench Tilghman, aide de camp to George Washington during the American Revolution. Bindings with mild edge wear. Ex-Library with the usual markings, though very clean for an ex-lib copy. Dust jackets Present handsomely in archival mylar. A scarce and desirable set.