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The Unmarried Mother: A Study of Five Hundred Cases by  Percy Gamble Kammerer - First Edition - 1918 - from Auger Down Books and

The Unmarried Mother: A Study of Five Hundred Cases

by Kammerer, Percy Gamble

Condition: Very Good

Little, Brown and Company. Hardcover. Boston, 1918. 8vo, publisher's burgundy cloth, 342 pp. Published as Criminal Science Monograph No. 3. A very good copy with some spotting to covers and a gift inscription to front free endpaper. . Very Good. 1918. First Edition.


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