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MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY by  Owen ; H. T. Dunn [ Illustrator] Wister - First Edition - 1911 - from Antiquarian Book Shop and


by Wister, Owen ; H. T. Dunn [ Illustrator]

Condition: Very Good

New York: Macmillan. Very Good. 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. 317, (8) pages; Former owner's name on ffep "Sam Kennedy" otherwise clean and secure in original decorative tan cloth binding, minor rubbing at lower corner of front board. First Edition -- 1911 at foot of titlepage, "Published May, 1911" on copyright page. OCLC 150467230 This is the sequel to the author's more famous book The Virginian. Frontispiece and ten additional full page illustrations by H. T. Dunn. .


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