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The United States and India 1776-1976 (DIPLOMATIC PRESENTATION COPY)

by Kamath, M. V

Condition: Very Good

Jan 01, 1976. Hardcover. Very Good. [SIGNED] Washington, New York: Embassy of India; distributed by Asia Pub. House, 1976. pictorial dust jacket and publisher's block-printed case. 4to, 222 pages illustrated throughout including color plates. Includes index./ Bibliography: p. 220-221. SIGNED and inscribed by author on ffep. Minor shelf-wear, else very good overall condition; no owner marking, NOT EX-LIBRARY. (shelf4)


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