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Titre : The New Jersey Scrap Book of Women Writers [...
Éditeur : Newark: Advertiser Printing House
Date d'édition : 1893
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Near Fine
Edition : 1st Edition
FIRST EDITION. 8vo., Vol. 1 - [xiii], 423 p. Vol. 2 - [vii] 446 p. Near Fine. Light blue cloth beautifully gold-stamped w/ ribbon and hanging medallion. Gilt to spine. Both books are only minimally rubbed and a little dust-stained, otherwise Fine. Corners and binding are extremely tight. Decorated endpapers. All pages are clean and unmarked. Published by the Board of Lady Managers for New Jersey to Represent the Many Writers Who are Not Bookmakers at the World's Columbian Exposition. A wonderful set of early women writers. Due to the weight and bulk of these two volumes, extra shipping charges will apply. N° de réf. du libraire 000425
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