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Sister Jane Her Friends and Acquaintances: A narrative of certain events  and episodes transcribed from the papers of the late William Wornum by  Joel Chandler Harris - First Thus - 1896 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.co.uk

Sister Jane Her Friends and Acquaintances: A narrative of certain events and episodes transcribed from the papers of the late William Wornum

by Harris, Joel Chandler

Condition: Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued


New York: Mckinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1896. First Thus. Hardcover. Maroon-red cloth, blind stamped cover, gilt spine lettering and decoration. Booklovers Edition. Decorative endpages. 363 pages. Frontispiece portrait of Harris. Illustrated with small stick figures scattered throughout. Former owners Chinese Chop on lower ffep. Mildly bumped corners and worn ends; title page seperated about 1 inch from the bottom. Overall, an attractive tight copy. ; 8vo .


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