JEAN MARY SOLVES THE MYSTERY, #5 in series.
by Lee, Ella Dolbear (1866-1954)
- Rather poor condition (usual rather severe toning to the pages, front endpaper and title page are detached but still present, so
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- JEAN MARY SOLVES THE MYSTERY, #5 in series.
- Lee, Ella Dolbear (1866-1954)
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- Used - Rather poor condition (usual rather severe toning to the pages, front endpaper and title page are detached but still present, so
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- Place of Publication
- Cleveland, OH:
- Date Published
- girls series, mystery series,
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- Juvenile Series;
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