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The Hardy Scot: a live paper for Scottish youth Vol 1 No 3 September 1920

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The Hardy Scot: a live paper for Scottish youth Vol 1 No 3 September 1920

by John L Kinloch editor

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Glasgow: R Thomson, 1920 Fascinating, filled with short stories, articles on how to recognize the new cars (Rolls Royce, Overland and Citroen), the stamps of the new Europe, the International Jamboree report etc. Full of period advertisements. Good, stapled newspaper, staples rusted away so pages loose. Age spotting, and rust marks by remains of staples but text clear.

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Byre Books GB (GB)
Bookseller Inventory #
BYB12372
Title
The Hardy Scot: a live paper for Scottish youth Vol 1 No 3 September 1920
Author
John L Kinloch editor
Format/binding
Soft cover
Book condition
Used - Good
Quantity available
1
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
R Thomson
Place of Publication
Glasgow
Date published
1920
Keywords
SCOTLAND, SCOUTS, HISTORY, CHILDREN

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