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To the homeward-bound Americans by  Mrs. John Van Vorst - 1919 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB (SKU: 195419)

To the homeward-bound Americans

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To the homeward-bound Americans

by Van Vorst, Mrs. John

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Paris: Imp. Lang, Blanchong & cie, 1919. 31p., very good in staplebound wraps. Booklet expressing gratitude to US soldiers who served in France. At top of title page: "A ses alliés américains la France reconnaissante, 1914-1919


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To the homeward-bound Americans
Van Vorst, Mrs. John
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Americana; 1910S; Military History; World War I; France;

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