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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1954. Hardcover. Near Fine. Pictures and Calligraphy by Anne Marie Jauss. Unpaginated. Gray cloth, picture of cat on front and title stamped in red. Please browse our Cat Books catalog for more titles. Bookplates of previous owners on front pastedown, ffep.
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- Lippincott Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- In Came Horace
- Beattie, Janet
- Book condition
- Used - Near Fine
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- J. B. Lippincott Company
- Place of Publication
- Date published
- Childrens Books
- Bookseller catalogs
- Cat Books;
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We invite you to browse through the approximately 1800 books we have listed online on a wide variety of subjects, including strong holdings in Maine history and literature, lumbering, the North Woods of Maine, and Eastern Woodland Indians. We've been in business since 1975, over 25 years with a general antiquarian bookshop in Bangor.We are open by appointment; most of our stock of over 20,000 old and rare books have never been listed online, including a large selection of books on Maine and the Maine Woods. We are regularly adding to our inventory with new acquisitions.
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