JERRY TODD AND THE BUFFALO BILL BATHTUB #13.
by Edwards, Leo (pseudonym of Edward Edson Lee, 1884 - 1944)
- Good only in tangerine cloth with navy blue lettering (damage to the upper corner of several pages at the end of the book, not
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- JERRY TODD AND THE BUFFALO BILL BATHTUB #13.
- Edwards, Leo (pseudonym of Edward Edson Lee, 1884 - 1944)
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- Used - Good only in tangerine cloth with navy blue lettering (damage to the upper corner of several pages at the end of the book, not
- Grosset & Dunlap,
- Place of Publication
- New York:
- Date published
- illinois setting,
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- Juvenile Series;
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