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    Malcolm S. MacLean, et al. Men & Books. Smith, 1930. Name erased from ffep. Toning. No jacket. Good. Unless otherwise noted, all volumes are first edition, first printing, octavo, and in publisher's original binding and pictorial dust jacket. Good condition. An average used or worn book with all pages present. May exhibit one or more of the following characteristics: noticeable shelf wear, tears, creasing, soiling or staining. May have an affixed bookplate, light notations within the textblock, or ex-library markings.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2012
    31st Thursday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 1
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