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Chicago: The Goldsmith Publishing Company A well read book, not dated but would think an early 1900s edition. Pages yellowed evenly! Inscription on ffep ( which is loose) dated 1939 but as stated I think the edition is earlier.Gutter at front is cracked but binding is still solid. Green cloth covered boards with two children and a goat illustrated. All edges are rubbed and fraying at spine ends. Written for adults but became very popular with children ..... even made into a film!
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- Westside Stories (CA)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Helen's Babies
- Habberton, John
- Book condition
- Used - Fair
- Jacket condition
- No Jacket
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- The Goldsmith Publishing Company
- Place of Publication
- Fiction Vintage John Habberton
- 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
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