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The Bibliophile dictionary : a biographical record of the great authors, with bibliographical notices of their principal works from the beginning of history / Published by the International Bibliophile Society, 1904
Bib ID 2527630
Format BookBook
Description [Detroit] : Republished by the Gale Research Co., 1966 
2 v. in 1 ; 24 cm. 
Series

The Bibliophile library of literature, art, and rare manuscripts ; v. 29-30

Notes

Gale's authors biography series.

Subjects Literature - Bio-bibliographies.
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The Bibliophile library of literature, art, and rare manuscripts, v. 29-30.

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