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REM gospel
Bib ID 7339573
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Massmann, Robert E., author
 
Description [New Britian, Conn.] : REM Miniatures, [1995] 
8 unnumbered pages ; 14 mm 
Series

Gerrit Stafford miniature book collection.

Notes

Cover title.

Issued in envelope with title: Gospel according to Massmann. "ReM Miniatures" on the flap that folds over.

Keepsake at Conclave XIII.

Library's copy no: 300

Offset printed.

Subjects Miniature books -- Specimens.  |  Miniature books.
Form/genre Miniature books.  |  Artists' books.  |  Artists' books.  |  Specimens.
Other authors/contributors REM Miniatures (Firm)  |  Miniature Book Society. Grand Conclave (13th : 1995: Pasadena, Calif.)
Also Titled

R.E.M. gospel

Gospel according to Massmann

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