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A comprehensive collection of nearly 160 volumes - first English, American, and variant editions with important bibliographic works, most in very good to fine condition; many in dustjacket. The personal collection of Sacramento bookseller Edward H. Crussell (1875-1944). a charter member of The Kipling Society (UK) and one of the founders of the Sacramento Book Collectors Club. The collection has been kept virtually intact since his death in 1944; Included is a 3x5 card index with Crussell's acquisition notes for each volume and many of his original purchase receipts from American and English booksellers, 1915-1938. Email or call for our 16-page descriptive catalog. Price includes shipping within the continental U.S.; bulk and weight preclude sale internationally. Before becoming a bookseller, Crussell, was an industrial arts educator and his text book Jobbing Work for the Carpenter NY: U.P.C. Book Company Inc., 1914, 1923), Builder, and Handyman is an early classic in industrial eduction.