Library of the best American literature, containing the lives of our authors in story form ... choice selections from eminent writers ... by William Wilfred] [Birdsall

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ContributionsJones, Rufus Matthew, 1863- joint ed
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LC ClassificationsPS507 .B5 1897c
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p.l., 9-528 p.
Number of Pages528
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Open LibraryOL24643707M
LC Control Number18013558

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