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THROUGH THE OVERCAST

by JORDANOFF, ASSEN:

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Funk & Wagnalls Co New York 1939. reprint, blue cloth, 356pp, illus, VG(v sl edgewear, v sl bumped spine foot, v sl rubbed & soiled, sl gum stains to ep's, prev owners stamp & sign to pastedown & ep, sl foxing to ep's & edges with sl soiling to fore edge)


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