The Women at Oxford: a Fragment of History
by Brittain, Vera
Carlisle, Cumbria, United Kingdom
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- Seller's Inventory #
- The Women at Oxford: a Fragment of History
- Brittain, Vera
- Book Condition
- Used - Fair
- Jacket Condition
- First Edition
- The Macmillan Company
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
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About the Seller
A Georgian four-floor antiquarian bookshop in Carlisle's historic quarter specialising in Cumbria, Scotland, Mountaineering and rare finds. We are a friendly business, which was started by a local family and is run by friendly and experienced team members.
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