The primary phonotypic reader: for the use of schools and families

Boston: Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 1847. First edition, 12mo, pp. 35, [1]; original printed wrappers; spine partially perished, water stain on upper cover, shallow nibbling on top edge, text clean, good and sound. A children's phonographic reader, using Pitman's Phonotypic Alphabet. It was meant to be preceded by the Beginner's Phonotypic Primer, and introduced young children and "uneducated adults" to the characters of the phonotypic alphabet. Item #53889

Price: $125.00

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