LUCILE TRIUMPHANT. Lucile Payton Series #2.
by Duffield, Elizabeth M. [Ward, 1895-1983]
- Fair condition only in charcoal gray cloth with red lettering (severe toning to the pages, rear hinge cracked)
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- LUCILE TRIUMPHANT. Lucile Payton Series #2.
- Duffield, Elizabeth M. [Ward, 1895-1983]
- Book condition
- Used - Fair condition only in charcoal gray cloth with red lettering (severe toning to the pages, rear hinge cracked)
- Whitman Publishing Co.,
- Place of Publication
- Racine, WI:
- Date Published
- (c 1916)
- girls series,
- Bookseller catalogs
- Juvenile Series;
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