The Bixby Girls
by: Rosamond Marshall
A Novel about Two Ladies
of Unequal Virtue
- Publisher: Doubleday, NY
- Year published: 1957
- Edition: Stated First Edition
- Hardcover with dust jacket
- ISBN No. : N/A
- Size: 5-5/8″ x 8-5/8″ tall (8vo)
- Number of pages: 336
- Weight: 1 lb. 2.4 oz.
Dust Jacket – Acceptable. Original price of $3.95 not clipped. It is enclosed in a Plasti-Kleer Book Jacket Cover. The protective black borders, which are pulling away from the edges, have stained the edges of the dust jacket. Tape residue on inside flaps.
Book – Acceptable. There is black residue on the top and bottom edges from the dust jacket protective cover. Light shelf wear to edges and corners lightly bumped. Tape residue on front and back inside covers. A sticker and glue residue on the front free page from what appears to have been caused by the removal of a library/school envelope. There is also writing in ink and pencil on the front inside cover and front free page. The interior pages are free of writing. The last two lines on page 191 are not too legible which might be a printer’s error. Very little foxing on a few pages. Edges lightly soiled from use. Toning from oxidation. A little slanted, but binding sturdy and tight.
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Asa Bixby never forgave his father for swapping away a fortune in oil-rich Texas land for the old Kittridge feed store. This unrelenting hate spilled over and poisoned the lives of his children – but gave the author of The Bixby Girls the means of writing this remarkable fast-paced novel of the World War I era.