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Hundreds and Thousands - The Journals of Emily Carr by  Emily Carr - First Edition - 1966 - from and

Hundreds and Thousands - The Journals of Emily Carr

by Carr, Emily

Condition: Very Good /Good

Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited. Hardcover. 332 pages. Colour plates. " We are given the unique experience of seeing the world through the eyes of a woman who was one of Canada's greatest painters and a well-loved Canadian writer. The journals begin in 1927, when Emily Carr made her first trip to eastern Canada to meet the members of the Group of Seven... and was immediately claimed as one of them." - from dust jacket. Bookplate upon front free endpaper, otherwise book clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Average wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1966. First Edition.


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