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Photos of Rose Grainger and of 3 short accounts of her life / by herself, in her own handwriting ; reproduced for her kin and friends by her adoring son Percy Grainger ; also table of dates and summary of cultural tastes
Bib ID 1598055
Format BookBook
Description [White Plains, N.Y.] : Grainger, [1923?] 
46 leaves : 52 portraits ; 22 x 30 cm. 
Subjects Grainger, Rose, 1861-1922 -- Portraits.
Other authors/contributors Grainger, Rose, 1861-1922  |  Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961

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