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Daddy's Girl by  L. T.;  illustrated by Gordon Browne Meade - Assumed First - from Nessa Books and Biblio.com

Daddy's Girl

by Meade, L. T.; illustrated by Gordon Browne

Condition: Very Good Plus/No Jacket


Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, Limited -----The scan you see is the book you get. Teal cloth with dark blue decoration and lettering, 340 pages, circa 1912, with no indication of edition or reprint, assumed First, former owners inscription dated 1930 on inside front board, very minor age spotting to edges only, with thirty-seven illustrations by Gordon Browne including frontis. Check out the scans. . Assumed First. Hard Cover. Very Good Plus/No Jacket. Illus. by Browne, Gordon . 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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