Title: Charlotte Cross and Aunt Deb or The Queerest Trip on Record
Author: May Hollis Barton
Description: Green cloth boards pictorially stamped in navy blue. A bit spine cocked. Boards edges rubbed and aged. Top edge dust stained. Previous owner's name and brief pencil notation on ffep. Dust jacket chipped at tail of spine with very small chips at corners and head of spine; spine faded; previous owner's name along top edge of front flap. DJ in clear archival sleeve. 205, plus  pp. ads. 7.5 x 5.5 inches. Dust jacket and b/w frontispiece illustrated by R. H. Tandy.
The fourteenth novel in the Barton Books for Girls series that were published by Cupples & Leon between 1926 and 1932. May Hollis Barton was a pseudonymous "house name" for the Stratemeyer writing syndicate. These books are often credited to either W. Bert Foster or Harriet Stratemeyer Adams.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Cupples & Leon Company
Place: New York
Keywords: R.H. Tandy, Stratemeyer, W. Bert Foster, fiction, novel,
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