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Little Journeys to the Homes of English Authors: William Morris

East Aurora, New York, The Roycrofters; 3 p. 1. 24 p.; 920 H861 v. 6 no. 1

  • Description: Stolen
  • Category: Books
  • Maker: Elbert Hubbard
  • Materials: printed paper
  • Measurements: 21.00 cm
  • Period: Copyright: 1900
  • Additional Information: book Kenyon College books can be identified by the following: 1) A KC logo on the inside front cover, or a logo entitled Philo Mathesian Society or Nu Pi Kappa (which are literary societies connected with KC); and/or 2) A KC call number on the outside spine or penciled in on one of the first 5 pages of the book (note: Breithaupt on occasion erased the penciled-in number but an imprint may still be visible); and/or 3) KC acquisition information on one of the first 5 pages of the book.

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