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[MARGARET WIDDEMER]. THE GOLDEN WILDCAT. Popular Library / Popular Giant, New York, 1957. First Edition, Third printing. Popular #G152X with 35 cents price on cover. Condition: Near Fine / Very Good. Appears unread, mild creases, minor rubbing to cover, spine with light soiling to covers typical of pulp fiction books of this age, pages are clean, bright, unmarked and binding tight. Margaret Widdemer was winner of the 1919 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. Classic historical pulp fiction collectible. 253 pgs. 16mo.
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- Astro Trader Books (US)
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- THE GOLDEN WILDCAT
- Margaret Widdemer
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- Used - Very Good+
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- Popular Library / Popular Giant
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
- Margaret Widdemer
- Bookseller catalogs
- Pulp Fiction; Fiction;
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