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    W. R. Lethaby. Philip Webb and His Work. London: Raven Oak Press, [1979]. Later edition. [Together with:] Elizabeth Cumming and Wendy Kaplan. The Arts and Crafts Movement. [London:] Thames and Hudson, [1991]. First edition. Two octavo volumes. Publishers' bindings, one in original dust jacket, one in original wrappers. Both near fine with only light edgewear to jacket and occasional bump to wrappers. From the William E. Fredeman Collection.

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    June, 2015
    17th Wednesday
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