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THE LADY AND SADA SAN: A Sequel to The Lady of the Decoration.

by Little, Frances

Condition: Very Good

The Century Co., New York:, 1912. pp. 225. +Plus color frontis. 12mo. 180mm. Original publisher's full gray cloth binding decorated in blue, light blue and gilt. Spine lettered and decorated similarly. Covers clean. Spine slighty soiled. Contents clean and binding tight. Hardbound. Very Good. Frances Little was the pseudonym of American author Fannie Caldwell (1863-1941). Caldwell and her husband, businessman J.D. Macaulay, made their home in Louisville, Kentucky. She had great success with 'The Lady of the Decoration' (Listed as our no. 117BIND2). NW59. Hardcover. Very Good.


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