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The Dawn of a to-Morrow

By Francis Hodgson Burnett. Illustrated
Format
Book; Online
Published
New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1906.
Language
English
Description
[2] l., 155, [1] p. 8 col. plates. 20 cm.
Notes
1st ed.; BAL 2102, state B: sheets bulk 9/16.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Copy 1: Barrett Coll. Original maroon cloth. Gift of C.W. Barrett.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Copy 2: original blue cloth. John R. Dudley.
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    a| New York, b| Charles Scribner's Sons, c| 1906.
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    a| [2] l., 155, [1] p. b| 8 col. plates. c| 20 cm.
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    a| 1st ed.; BAL 2102, state B: sheets bulk 9/16.
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    a| SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Copy 1: Barrett Coll. Original maroon cloth. Gift of C.W. Barrett.
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PS1214 .D3 1906b