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"Swingin Round the Cirkle."

by Petroleum V. Nasby [pseud.] : His ideas of men, politics, and things, as set forth in his letters to the public press, during the year 1866. Illustrated by Thomas Nast
Format
Book; Online
Published
Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1867.
Language
English
Description
299 p. : front., plates ; 19 cm.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Morgan Gift.
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