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DIEDRICH KNICKERBOCKER'S HISTORY OF NEW YORK by  Washington Irving - Hardcover - 1940 - from Windy Hill Books and


by Irving, Washington

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NY: Heritage Press, 1940. Hard Cover. Near Fine in a Fair slipcase. Spine of book is age darkened, front free endpapers are somewhat toned. Slipcase has been through the wars and is worn and soiled. Priority and/or international shipping on this item will be extra and will be at actual shipping cost. . Illus. by Don Freeman.


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