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Cafeteria Conversations about Reconstruction by  Hugh HEATON - Hardcover - Signed - 1932 - from Attic Books and Biblio.com

Cafeteria Conversations about Reconstruction

by HEATON, Hugh

Condition: Very Good


Toronto: The Hugh Heaton Printing House Limited, 1932. Cloth Bound. Very Good. 62 p. + Author's Note. 7 p. appendix inserted at rear. 19 cm. Salmon-coloured cloth hardcover with black impressing. Faded spine. Signed by author on front free endpaper.


  • Bookseller: Attic Books CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 5015
  • Title: Cafeteria Conversations about Reconstruction
  • Author: HEATON, Hugh
  • Format/binding: Cloth Bound
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: The Hugh Heaton Printing House Limited
  • Place: Toronto
  • Date published: 1932
  • Keywords: Canadiana, economics
  • Bookseller catalogs: History; Economics;


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