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HUNDREDS AND THOUSANDS; THE JOURNALS OF EMILY CARR

by Carr, Emily

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Toronto, Canada: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, 1966. # 296/1000. Vol 1 only. 12 tipped in plates. 332 pp. White endpapers, with light foxing on rear endpapers. Blue cloth with gilt titles. Comes with slipcase. Near Fine.. Limited/Numbered.


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