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The old portfolio; : a collection of pieces in prose and rhyme, for the Silver Lake stories. : With illustrations. / By Cousin Cicely. Author of "The jumble," etc.

Main Author: Bradford, Sarah H. b. 1818.
Related Names: Austin, Alexander , engraver., T. H. , engraver., Howland , engraver., Smith, Thomas B. , stereotyper.
Language(s): English
Published: Auburn [N.Y.]: : Alden, Beardsley & Co. ; 1852.
Subjects: Children's poetry.
Children's stories.
Note: "Cousin Cicely's Silver Lake stories."--illustrated series title, p. [3]. Series list, p. [8].
Wood-engravings variously signed: Howland; Austin, sc.; T.H.
In blue cloth.
Pagination includes wood-engraved frontispiece plate.
"Stereotyped by Thomas B. Smith, 216 William St., N.Y."--verso of title page.
Copyright 1852 by Alden, Beardsley & Co.
By Sarah H. Bradford.
Physical Description: 170 p. : ill. ; 15 cm.
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