Alexandria: Time-Life Books, (2000). Profusely illustrated with photographs, color photographs, facsimiles, drawing and music scores.
Small folio, black cloth with gilt lettering, pictorial dust jacket (rubbing and deep scratch at back). Spotting of top edges, else fine.
"Divided for years by the Civil War, Americans in the final decades of the 19th century were united by a simple burning desire for a fresh start..Travel back to the era when dashing bandits like Jesse James, Butch Cassidy, and the Sundance Kid still roamed the land. When the proud chiefs Geronimo and Sitting Bull led free people. When fortune beckoned to such hardworking entrepreneurs as Marshall Field, Frank Woolworth, and the man who all but invented the modern newspaper, Joseph Pulitzer." - from the dust jacket.