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[A MSS.] CATALOGUE OF BOOKS; In the library of Howard Dohrman of Summit, NJ

by DOHRMAN, Howard

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NY: Hutchinson. Square 8vo, about 100 pp. Marbled paper over boards, three-quarter leather. A lined notebook with several columns for recording book holdings. Started Dec. 11, 1897, runs approx. through 1910; contains a listing of about 1,000 books, with author, title, date acquired and notes. Cover little worn at edges, leather on spine missing, o/w A VG tight copy. The owner had strong holdings in English and American literature.
  • Bookseller: Second Life Books Inc US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 38736
  • Title: [A MSS.] CATALOGUE OF BOOKS; In the library of Howard Dohrman of Summit, NJ
  • Author: DOHRMAN, Howard
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: Hutchinson
  • Place: NY


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