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#3018 - United States Olympic Committee Reports: 1920 and 1928 Estimate: $500+

Uncommon softcover pair of American Olympic Committee Reports for the 1920 and 1928 Summer Games, including: Report of the American Olympic Committee: Seventh Olympic Games, Antwerp, Belgium, 1920, 451 pages, 6 x 9, published by Conde Nast Press in Greenwich, Connecticut; and American Olympic Committee Report, Ninth Olympic Games, Amsterdam, Holland, 1928/Second Olympic Winter Sports, St. Moritz, 1928, 476 pages, 6 x 9, published by the American Olympic Committee in New York. The latter includes a private unfilled mailing card with form used to ensure receipt of the report. In overall fine condition, with slight wrinkling and stains to spine and covers.




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