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Hundreds and Thousands: The Journals of Emily Carr

by Carr, Emily

Condition: Near Fine+/Very Good


Toronto - Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin & Company, 1966. Book. Near Fine+. Hardcover. 8vo. An excellent copy in very nice jacket with merest of tanning to jacket spine and some minor loss at upper edge rear jacket. Text clean and bright. Binding tight. [ Montreal Books rating system: 1. Fine 2. Near Fine 3. Very Good 4. Good 5. Fair ].


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