A CHILD'S STORY OF THE BIBLE. With 72 Illustrations.
by Altemus, Henry
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Henry Altemus, Philadelphia: 1895., 1895. 278p. + Frontis. Illustrated with numerous full page plates. XLib stamp on title page and front pastedown. H. W. Boltz ownership stamp on first fly leaf. Ink presentation on second fly leaf "Presented to Harry W. Boltz (1884-1954) for attending every day of school in the year 1896, Teacher Harry M. Mease". 16mo. Original full light green cloth binding. Color pictorial design of Moses discovered in the reeds on front board. Lettered and decorated in silver. Binding faded and slightly soiled. RELIGION BOX 1. Hardcover.
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