Published in conjunction with the Alberta Masonry Institute in 1982/83. Appears unread. Interior is clean and free of any markings or inscriptions. Orange “brick” boards are gently bumped and rubbed to extremities. Rear board is moderately bowed. Bright, clean black ink titles to the spine and front board. Unclipped dustjacket is lightly bumped and rubbed to extremities with a couple of very short tears and minor soiling to show. Dampstain to the bottom edge of the front wrap. 6.5cm vertical strip of moderate discolouration (sunning?) to the fore-edge flap of the front wrap. Now protected in archival brodart jacket. An extraordinarily detailed reference work that preserves a piece of Alberta History that otherwise would have been lost. Generously illustrated with photographs and maps that detail the locations of brickyards in the Province and the people who operated them. Includes bibliography. Scarce in any condition.