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Mit Class Of 1940 Fiftieth Reunion Class Book June 4-9, 1990 For Sale
MIT Class of 1940
Fiftieth Reunion Class Book
June 4-9, 1990
Softcover. 4to (11" X 8 1/2"). 251 pages.
Special publication commemorating the 50th anniversary of the class of 1940 of the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Contents include numerous vintage photographs, statistical questionnaire summary, and
150 pages of biographies most of which have three photographs of the person (from 1940,
1965 and 1990).
External: Light shelfwear to stiff glossy paper spine and covers with fading/discoloration
around the edges. Curling/creasing to corners of front cover. Small brown stains on page
Internal: Binding is tight with all pages intact, clean, and bright.
Overall condition is Good+.
Full refund if book is not as described.
Please add $3.75 for USPS Media Mail (Bookrate) shipping within USA.
Priority Mail available upon request with postage based on buyer's zip code (mailed
I will gladly combine multiple purchases into one shipment to save on postage.
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for the antiquarian book trade. These terms have been widely adopted as industry standards
As New is to be used only when the book is in the same immaculate condition in
which it was published. There can be no defects, no missing pages, no library stamps, etc.,
and the dustjacket (if it was issued with one) must be perfect, without any tears.
Fine approaches the condition of As New, but without being crisp. For the use of
the term Fine there must also be no defects, etc., and if the jacket has a small tear, or other
defect, or looks worn, this should be noted.
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but no tears - on either binding or paper. Any defects must be noted.
Good describes the average used and worn book that has all pages or leaves
present. Any defects must be noted.
Fair is a worn book that has complete text pages (including those with maps or
plates) but may lack endpapers, half-title, etc. (which must be noted). Binding, jacket (if any),
etc. may also be worn. All defects must be noted.
Poor describes a book that is sufficiently worn that its only merit is as a Reading
Copy because it does have the complete text, which must be legible. Any missing maps or
plates should still be noted. This copy may be soiled, scuffed, stained or spotted and may
have loose joints, hinges, pages, etc.
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Mit Class Of 1940 Fiftieth Reunion Class Book June 4-9, 1990: $39