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W.O: The Life of W.O. Mitchell Beginnings to Who Has Seen the Wind 2914-194747 by  Ormond  Barbara;Mitchell - Signed First Edition - 2000 - from Hourglass Books and

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W.O: The Life of W.O. Mitchell Beginnings to Who Has Seen the Wind 2914-194747

by Mitchell, Barbara;Mitchell, Ormond

Condition: Very Good+/Very Good+, Not Price Clipped

Westminster, Maryland, U.S.A.: McClelland & Stewart Ltd, 2000. Book. Very Good+. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). Canadian First. First edition, first printing as evidenced by a complete number line from 1 to 6; signed by both Barbara and Ormond Mitchell on the title page with no inscription; minor edge wear; otherwise a solid, clean copy in collectable condition..


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