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    [Charles Dickens.] Five Books on Dickens Experiences in America, including: An American Woman [Henry Wood.] Change for the American Notes: In Letters From London to New York, By an American Lady. (London, 1843, half leather); [and:] John T. Winterich. An American Friend of Dickens. (New York, 1933, limited edition); [and:] Edward F. Payne. Dickens Days in Boston. (Boston, 1927, limited edition signed by author); [and:] William Glyde Wilkins [editor]. Charles Dickens in America (New York, 1911); [and:] James W. Spring. Boston and the Parker House (Boston, 1927). All copies in good condition or better. From the H. Barry Morris Collection.

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