Interdisciplinary Investigations of the Boott Mills, Lowell, Massachusetts: Volume III: The Boarding House System as a Way of Life

Beaudry, Mary C., and Stephen A. Mrozowski (eds).

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Boston: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1989. 310 pp, 4to. Paperback. Edgeworn; few small creases to spine; few scattered soil marks to covers & spine. Creasing to upper back corner & final 6 leaves; soiling to textblock edges. Creasing to lower corner of second half of textblock; pages otherwise clean, crisp, bright. Binding tight. Includes many b&w photos, diagrams, and maps (one folding); pocket w/ photo negative appendices at rear. 'LOWE300: Lowell National Historical Park Survey Project: Interdisciplinary Investigations of the Boott Mills, Lowell, Massachusetts: Volume III: The Boarding House System as a Way of Life' is Cultural Resources Management Studies No. 21, from the Division of Cultural Resources, North Atlantic Regional Office, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Report prepared by Center for Archaeological Studies, Boston University; prepared for National Park Service, North Atlantic Regional Office. Good Paperback (Item ID: 149850)


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