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Women of New York or Social Life in the Great City by  George Ellington - Hardcover - 1870 - from Defunct Books and

Women of New York or Social Life in the Great City

by Ellington, George

Condition: Good+/No Jacket

New York Book Co., 1870 1870 edition (second issue with new subtitle). No dust jacket. Cloth boards have edge wear, small splits/chips at spine, scuffs, minor scratches, rubbed/slightly frayed corners/spine. Front hinge very slightly cracked. Small bent page corners. Very minor margin marks.. Cloth. Good+/No Jacket.


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