The Human Costs of the War

Folks attempts to lay out the true damages to humanity following World War I. He focuses on the rebuilding Serbia, Belgium, France, Italy and Greece. Illustrated with photographs by Lewis W. Hine.  5.5"x8" with 321 pages. Pages are clean and crisp, binding is tight. Covers show some soil, spine faded, chipping at top.
  • The Human Costs of the War
  • Homer Folks
  • Harper & Brothers, 1920
  • First edition