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THE VALUE OF HUMOR, The Story of Will Rogers by  Spencer Johnson - Hardcover - from bookwitch and

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THE VALUE OF HUMOR, The Story of Will Rogers

by Johnson, Spencer

Condition: Fine/Unknown

Grolier, Danbury, Ct, 1976 Large quarto, hardcover, fine. White pictorial boards. Giftable. One in a series of works that demonstrates the importance of various values. This shows through Will Rogers the value of humor. Born in 1879 in Indian territory, now Oklahoma, with Cherokee blood, he lost his mother at 10. ... Fine/Unknown. Illus. by Pileggi.


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