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The vision in marble

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The vision in marble

by Cadhain, Siobhan C. Bean Ui

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About This Item

Knock Shrine Society, [, n.d.. Softcover. Bottom edge of covers and pages lightly warped; otherwise very good condition. ]. 14p. Illus. Stapled pamphlet.

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Bookseller
Hammer Mountain Book Halls, ABAA US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
40050
Title
The vision in marble
Author
Cadhain, Siobhan C. Bean Ui
Format/binding
Softcover
Book condition
Used
Quantity available
1
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Knock Shrine Society, [
Date published
n.d.

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About Hammer Mountain Book Halls, ABAA

Founded in 1971 by Wayne Somers, a former college library bibliographer, Hammer Mountain Book Halls began as a catalogue business specializing in out-of-print scholarly books.
We chose the name for euphony and because we occupied the second-highest point in the county, the top of a 1,200 foot hill. Since 1981, we have also operated W. Somers, Bookseller, a retail book shop with a constantly changing general stock of books not listed on the Internet. It is open Monday-Friday, 1-5, and Saturday, 10-5; browsers are welcome.
We've been members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of American since 1977. We're also the publisher and sole source of the invaluable Bibliography Finder for American Authors, by Wayne Somers and Ilse Pinkus, which you can buy for a pittance through Biblio.com. Photo: Off on the daily post office run.
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