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This Crisis in History: Report of the Third Annual Herald-Tribune Women's Conference on Current Problems (Hotel Waldorf-Astoria, Oct 12 & 13, 1933)

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This Crisis in History: Report of the Third Annual Herald-Tribune Women's Conference on Current Problems (Hotel Waldorf-Astoria, Oct 12 & 13, 1933)

by New York Herald Tribune

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  • Hardcover
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New York: New York Herald Tribune, 1933. 23cm, 230p. hardcover. Very Good/without dj, as issued.

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David G Anderson Books CA (CA)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
6690
Title
This Crisis in History: Report of the Third Annual Herald-Tribune Women's Conference on Current Problems (Hotel Waldorf-Astoria, Oct 12 & 13, 1933)
Author
New York Herald Tribune
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
second hand - Very Good
Jacket condition
without dj, as issued
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
New York Herald Tribune
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1933
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We operate from the historic 1784 United Empire Loyalist village of Williamstown, Ontario, named for Sir William Johnson of New York and from the historic 1784 house of David Thompson, mapmaker of the North West Company and of the Rev John Bethune of Skye, chaplain to the Loyalist regiments of the Revolutionary War in America. Our interests and specialities relate to this historical period.

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