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Tillinghast's The Golf Course: A Monthly Bulletin  

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The Golf Course: A Monthly Bulletin Devoted to the Discussion of Modern Methods as Applied to Golf Course Construction and Upkeep
Tillinghast, A.W., et al.
New York
Peterson, Sinclaire & Miller and Carter's Tested Seeds

12 in 1. 135, [1] pp. Unbroken run of monthly bulletins for the year 1916. (8vo) 22.4x15 cm (8¾x5¾"), half-morocco with blue cloth lettered in gilt, spine lettered in gilt, all edges gilt. First Edition.

A rare Tillinghast volume from Tillinghast's personal library via the collection of Theodore Prussing LeVino. Not listed in D&J, D&M, or in OCLC WorldCat.

Lot Amendments
Spine chipped at heel with rubbing and slightly starting joints at head, edge and corner wear; chip from spine laid in (with some offsetting), interior near fine.
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