A Family Story


Edité par Privately Printed, 1888
Etat : Ex-Library - Fair Couverture rigide
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From a historical / genealogical library with their bookplate and label on the spine. The spine is handlettered, reading: "Harris Family - 1888". The book does not have a given author, but the book is dedicated to her brother Edward (Harris) who authored the "Robinson Genealogy" in 1870, which deals with the family of William and Anne Robinson of Dorchester, Mass. The book is generally very clean but with a slight musty aroma. The covers are well attached, with chipping to the top of the spine. 66 clean pages with a few pages detaching. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Oblong. N° de réf. du libraire 15621

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Titre : A Family Story

Éditeur : Privately Printed

Date d'édition : 1888

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre :Ex-Library - Fair

Edition : First Edition

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