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Case UFO, M. K. Jessup First Thus Citadel Press 1955

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The Case for the UFO, M. K. Jessup. First thus. Citadel Press, 1955.
The most comprehensive published study to that time of the new and exciting field of knowledge: the appearance of space-navigable bodies, including flying saucers. Relates scores of events and phenomena to the whole theory of space flight. Very clean, sharp book with just minor rubbing at tiny spots on the tips and spine ends. Dust jacket with small chips at spine ends and folds, with two short tears but quite presentable with no sunning or toning. 239 pages. 5.75 x 8.5.

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  • Condition

    Fine in near fine dust jacket

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    Case UFO, M. K. Jessup First Thus Citadel Press 1955

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