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The Year Without a Summer: A Story of 1816 by Ethel Parton - First Edition - 1/1/1945 - from Renee Scriver and Biblio.com

The Year Without a Summer: A Story of 1816

by Ethel Parton

Condition: Fair


Viking, 1/1/1945. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair. Margaret Platt. the dust jacket is not included; the cover and spine are soiled; there is wear, bumps, and rubbing on the corners and edges;

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