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The Theory of Human Culture

by FEIBLEMAN, James

Condition: VG+/No Jacket


New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1946. Bound in red buckram, sans DW; flaps laid-in; previous owners name penned on ffep.; 361pp.. First Edition. Hard Cover. VG+/No Jacket.


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