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Mother Through the Eyes of Children by DWAN J. YOUNG ISBN 13: 9789110306257

ISBN 10: 9110306250

Paperback; Dublin: The Con Leventhal Scholarship Committee, 1988; ISBN-13: 978-9110306257

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Mother Through the Eyes of Children

by DWAN J. YOUNG

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  • paperback
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Used - Good - Trade
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Paperback
ISBN 13
9789110306257
ISBN 10
9110306250
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Bountiful, Utah
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Bookcraft, 1988. Paperback. Good - Trade. Stock photos may not look exactly like the book.
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A.J. Leventhal 1896-1979; Dublin Scholar, Wit and Man of Letters (Limited Edition of 500)

by Eoin O'Brien (Editor)

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Used - Very Good
ISBN 13
9789110306257
ISBN 10
9110306250
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Saint Louis, Missouri
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Dublin: The Con Leventhal Scholarship Committee, 1984. Paper Back. Very Good. good clean pamphlet of 44 pages
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