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Commonwealth V. Gordon, et Al

The opinion of Judge Bok, March eighteenth, 1949
Format
Book
Published
[New York, B. and A. Knopf, 1949]
Language
English
Description
57 p. 32 cm.
Notes
  • The case of five booksellers brought to trial, Jan. 3, 1949, on the charge of violating the Pennsylvania statute which prohibits the sale of obscene books.
  • "Five hundred copies have been printed by the Grabhorn Press."
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