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Lincoln Frees the Slaves

by Leacock, Stephen

Condition: very Good -


New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1934. First edition. Hardcover. very Good -. Cream colored cloth boards with black and gold on spine. Minor soiling to front board. Spine is slightly cocked. Head and heel of spine bumped. Frontis is early photo of Lincoln. Illustrated with some small b/w drawings.




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