PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE (1883) A Historical Sketch
by Bell, Charles H
- Very Good+
Fairfield, New Jersey, United States
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- Nick Bikoff, Bookseller (US)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE (1883) A Historical Sketch
- Bell, Charles H
- Book Condition
- Used - Very Good+
- First Edition
- William B. Morrill, Printer
- Place of Publication
- Exeter, N. H.
- Date Published
- New England
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- New England; New England Universities;
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