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PORTRAITS OF PLACES by  Henry James - First Edition - 1884 - from Sumner & Stillman and


by James, Henry

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1884. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1884. Original chocolate brown cloth. First American Edition, which consisted of 1500 copies printed from the plates of Macmillan's London edition, issued a month earlier. The "places" portrayed are on the Continent, in England and in North America.~This copy is in chocolate brown cloth (one of five colors used, without priority), with the JRO monogram at the foot of the spine. A remarkably fine, bright copy, with publisher's leaf of ads (including this title) loosely inserted). Supino 21.5.0; Edel & Laurence A21b.


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