Joseph Jackson. Encyclopedia of Philadelphia.
Harrisburg: The National Historical Association. 1931-1933. 4 Volumes, 1243 pages. Illustrated. Blue cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Clean, tight and overall very good condition.
Joseph Jackson (1867-1946) was the author of nearly a dozen works on Philadelphia history, as well as other historical topics ranging from architecture to the Electoral College. His Encyclopedia is an essential reference work for students of what was, in his time, the third largest city in the United States.