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Author: Harvey Newcomb
Title: How to be a lady : a book for girls, containing useful hints on the formation of character
Publisher: Boston : Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln
Subject (keywords, tags): Young women -- Conduct of life; Girls -- Conduct of life

Description:

Red cloth over boards blocked in blind and gold
Gift of Mexicer Brown
Printed paper label on upper paste-down: Chelsea First Baptist-Sabbath School Library
Publisher's catalog: [18] p.bound in at end


Contributor: University of California Libraries
Format: txt
Size: 120 kb



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