Nineteenth Century Hat Maker's and Felter's Manuals
by Pufpaff, Suzanne
- Fine/No jacket
Meadows of Dan, Virginia, United States
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Trade paperback, measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches.
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- Scraps of American History (US)
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- Nineteenth Century Hat Maker's and Felter's Manuals
- Pufpaff, Suzanne
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- Used - Fine
- Jacket Condition
- No jacket
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- First edition
- Stony Lonesome Press
- Place of Publication
- Hastings, Michigan
- Date Published
- felting, cloth, fulling, hats, wool, crafts, art,
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