THE BOY WITH THE U.S. INVENTORS: U.S. Service Series #12.
by Rolt-Wheeler, Francis
- Good overall condition in blue cloth with black lettering, illustrations on front cover and spine, and smaller pasted on photo
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- THE BOY WITH THE U.S. INVENTORS: U.S. Service Series #12.
- Rolt-Wheeler, Francis
- Book condition
- Used - Good overall condition in blue cloth with black lettering, illustrations on front cover and spine, and smaller pasted on photo
- Lothrup, Lee & Shepherd,
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- Date Published
- boys series, educational series, careers, vintage books,
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