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VagabondÕs House.

by Blanding, Don

Condition: Near fine copy (very light shelf wear).


New York.: Dodd, Mead., 1943.. Reprint.. Decorated hardcover.. Near fine copy (very light shelf wear).. Octavo.. Illustrated.. Photograph of OUR copy available upon request.
  • Bookseller: BookMine US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 133015
  • Title: VagabondÕs House.
  • Author: Blanding, Don
  • Illustrator: Illustrated.
  • Format/binding: Decorated hardcover.
  • Book condition: Used - Near fine copy (very light shelf wear).
  • Edition: Reprint.
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Dodd, Mead.
  • Place: New York.
  • Date published: 1943.
  • Pages: 114 pps.
  • Size: Octavo.


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On Jun 9 2016, said:
  "This was my Father's favorite book and he shared it with me over 50 years ago. Long after he is gone I can still hear him read those words and feel the way Don Blanding brought his Vagabond's House alive. I am getting ready to share it with my Granddaughters and give them the same gift the book and my Dad gave me. The gift of poetry that touches your heart."


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