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Manners: Recommended By the Minister of Education for Use in School Libraries in Ontario by Anonymous - First Edition - 1920 - from John Thompson and Biblio.com

Manners: Recommended By the Minister of Education for Use in School Libraries in Ontario

by Anonymous

Condition: Good- Very Good


Tornoto: McClelland & Stewart, 1920. 93 pages. Solid with a small stain on the back cover, soiling on the spine and the covers show light wear. A small amount of notes inside in pencil.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good- Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.



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