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    Posted 5 years ago

    aghcollect
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    - "Lost in the Canon" by Alfred R. Calhoun / **First Edition
    - Sam Willett's Adventures on the Great Colorado of the West -
    - Copyright and published in 1888 by A.L. Burt, Publisher, New York
    - hardcover, cloth boards with print / 268pages / illustrated (3) blockplate
    - Handwritten inscription frontpiece page "Xmas 1890"
    - One Volume of 12 in "The Boys Home Series" by A.L. Burt, Publisher

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    Comments

    1. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 5 years ago
      Simply supurb! Congrats on snagging that treasure!
    2. aghcollect aghcollect, 5 years ago
      These are all books passed down through family generations. - Most were presented at Christmastime. This one was inscribed from a godmother Xmas 1890. Thank yoy for looking. :)
    3. universitypark, 5 years ago
      Great Illustrations!

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