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The Game of Golf Chicago 1900 rare booklet  

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The Game of Golf: Including Short Course of Instruction, List of Clubs and Accessories, Rules of Golf Revised to Date, Etiquette of Golf



Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co



103 pp. Introduction by John D. Dunn. Illustrated by drawings and photographs of celebrated golf professionals demonstrating correct positioning for various strokes of play. 17x11.5 cm (6½x4½"), green wrappers printed in black housed in a custom cloth-backed clamshell box lettered in gilt on spine. First Edition.

Scarce item. With The Wm. R. Burkhard Co. St. Paul, Minn. printed in black on front cover. Photograph illustrations of golfers including some Professionals from the Chicago Golf Club, as well as Laurie Auchterlonie and Will Smith. D&J G3010.

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Heavy coffee stain to wrappers bleeding throughout; good.

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