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Bayou Cuisine: Its Tradition And Transition

by St. Stephens Episcopal Church; Mrs. Arthur Clark Jr. [Editor]

Condition: Acceptable


St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Indianola, MS, 1970-01-01. Plastic Comb. Acceptable. Listed as "acceptable" due to very occasional checkmarks in highlighter. Plastic cover shelfworn. Covers edgworn. Comb binding scuffed. A solid pre-owned copy with the occasional marking.
  • Bookseller: ByrdHouse Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: H5190225004
  • Title: Bayou Cuisine: Its Tradition And Transition
  • Author: St. Stephens Episcopal Church; Mrs. Arthur Clark Jr. [Editor]
  • Format/binding: Plastic Comb
  • Book condition: Used - Acceptable
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Indianola, MS
  • Date published: 1970-01-01

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