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EMMY LOU: Her Book And Heart by  George Madden MARTIN - Hardcover - 1902 - from Antic Hay Books and Biblio.com

EMMY LOU: Her Book And Heart

by MARTIN, George Madden

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1902. MARTIN, George Madden. EMMY LOU: Her Book And Heart. Illustrated by Charles Louis Hinton. NY: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902. 12mo., decorative light-blue cloth with pictorial of Emmy Lou on front cover. First Edition, with "Published, October, 1902, R" on copyright page. Author's most popular book. Good to Very Good (some rubbing spine & rear endpaper (ink name & some browning front endpaper). $85.00.





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First Edition
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Cloth
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rubbing
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12mo
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Copyright page
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spine
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