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60 25 Beskow, Elsa /EB. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Co, 1858/c.1857, probable 1st Am, adapted from Isabella Braun's Jugendblatter of Munich 1854. A collection of stories for young children: Queen Blossom, Toinette and the Elves, Jean's Money and What It Bought. Lawrence Gushee Letter and Antoine Charles Elgar essay to Mike Meddings, 11th March 2007. Some are: 112p or 112 pp 112 pages dw dust jacket, dj, dust wrap np not paged; no page #s eps endpapers (fep front ep) extrems spine tips and corners nd no date of publication given (1965) stated as first published not stated, but known. 28 105 Preston, Chloe /CP. NOS New Orleans Style by Bill Russell, compiled and edited by Barry Martyn Mike Hazeldine, Jazzology Press, New Orleans, 1994, (Soft Cover 224. BWH Black Beauty, White Heat A Pictorial History of Classic Jazz, by Frank Driggs and Harris Lewine, Foreward by John Hammond, Introduction by Paul Bacon, 1982, Da Capo Press Edition, the crucible judge danforth essay New York, 1995, 1996, 360. HRA Ride Red Ride The Life of Henry Red Allen, by John Chilton, Cassell, London, 1999, 216 viii. Drawings, frontis tissue creased; 8 7/8x 11 3/4; in brown paper jacket with navy drawing of dancing children across top; 45 pages.
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