KURT HANS VOLK, 1883-1962
Hagedorn, Ivan H.
Issued by Volk's heirs as a memorial volume; reprints Hagedorn's eulogy. Fine in slightly darkened box. Volk was a printer and book designer. Box shows wear. Loosely inserted is a presentation card from the family. Bookplate and name in ink on front pastedown.
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