Boyhood Stories of Famous Men

By: CATHER, Katherine Dunlap

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London: George G. Harrap ("Told Through the Ages" series), 1929. 16 not-so-well-known episodes in the early life of 16 famous men including Chopin, Rembrandt and Stradivarius. Brown/black cloth finely decorated & lettered in gilt on front & spine, lightly rubbed on edges. 16 lovely mono plates by M.L. BOWER, prize plate on front endpaper, some light edge & margin foxing, else 254vg. 8vo, 240pp.. Repr. Cloth. Very Good. Illus. by M.L. Bower.

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