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    [Fanny Fern.] The Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern. New York: H. Long and Brother, 1855. Cloth over boards. Open tears with loss in cloth, exposing boards on corners and spine. Spine and corners bumped and showing, also affecting head and tail pieces. Spine leaning. Rear join and hinge starting. Toning, thumbsoiling, foxing, and some dampstaining along textblock edges and on pages. Pencil ownership signature on front flyleaf. Open tear with loss on pp. 217-218. Fair. From the library of John Carroll Collins.

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    February, 2015
    19th Thursday
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