Columbus, Georgia: Frenco Company, 1984.
Hardcover. 9 1/4" X 12 1/4". 96pp. Moderate wear to pictorial dust jacket, with two closed tears, one 2" long, to front panel, with sunning and edgewear to panels and tears, creasing, and rubbing to rear panel, taped to verso. Gray, wood-grain cloth over boards, with upper board and spine lettered in blue. Bookseller's ticket to front free endpaper. Binding is firm and sound. Some light rippling to bottom edges; pages are clean and unmarked. A solid copy of this thorough examination of the covered bridge in Georgia, from the early builders to the western frontier of the 1830s and the Chattahoochee River Valley, up to 1984, with profiles of builders Horace King, John Godwin, Dr. Marcus L. Pool, Warren Jackson Alford, and Dr. W. Herring, a pictorial essay of the seventeen covered bridges remaining in the state, and an appendix and glossary, all illustrated throughout in photographs and diagrams. Very good / good. Item #3572