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SYLVANUS MARSTON: THE MAN AND HIS PLACE IN THE ARTS & CRAFTS MOVEMENT by  Kathleen Tuttle - 2003 - from Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press (SKU: 137538)

SYLVANUS MARSTON: THE MAN AND HIS PLACE IN THE ARTS & CRAFTS MOVEMENT

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SYLVANUS MARSTON: THE MAN AND HIS PLACE IN THE ARTS & CRAFTS MOVEMENT

by Tuttle, Kathleen

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(Pasadena, CA): Clinker Press, The, 2003. broadside. Clinker Press. square 8vo. broadside. A broadside designed & printed by Andre Chaves of The Clinker Press in three colors. This broadside honors the lecture by Kathleen Tuttle at The Sidney D. Gamble Lecture Series for the 2002 / 2003 season. Also features a quote from Charles S. Greene.

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Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press US (US)
Seller's Inventory #
137538
Title
SYLVANUS MARSTON: THE MAN AND HIS PLACE IN THE ARTS & CRAFTS MOVEMENT
Author
Tuttle, Kathleen
Illustrator
Clinker Press
Format/Binding
Broadside
Book condition
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1
Publisher
Clinker Press, The
Place of Publication
(Pasadena, CA)
Date Published
2003

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