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There Goes Flukes ; the story of New Bedford's last whaler being the narrative of the voyage of Schooner John R. Manta on Hatteras Grounds 1925, and whalemen's true yarns of adventures in old deep sea whaling days by William Henry Tripp

Reynolds Printing

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New Bedford, Ma. : Reynolds Printing, 1938. Signed by William Henry Tripp. First edition. Hardcover. 262 pages ; photographs ; 24 cm. Price clipped dust jacket. A quarter size portion of the dust jacket at the front lower right hand corner are missing. Previous owner bookplate on the verso of the front free endpaper. Pages are unmarked. Binding is firm.

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