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The library of William Andrews Clark, jr. Early English literature, 1519-1700, collated and compiled by Robert Ernest Cowan and William Andrews Clark, jr.

Main Author: Clark, William Andrews, 1877-1934.
Related Names: Post, Harrison. , Sanders, Cora Edgerton. , Cowan, Robert Ernest 1862-1942., Nash, John Henry 1871-1947., Book producer
Language(s): English
Published: San Francisco, Printed by John Henry Nash, 1920-25.
Subjects: Rare books.
English literature > Early modern (to 1700) > Bibliography.
Note: The library was bequeathed to the University of California in 1934 by William A. Clark, jr. as a memorial to his father.
"This volume was printed by John Henry Nash, San Francisco for William Andrews Clark, jr. and consists of fifty copies of which this is no. 35."
Vols. 3-4: Collated and compiled by Robert Ernest Cowan and William Andrews Clark, jr., Cora Edgerton Sanders and Harrison Post, assistant librarians.
Physical Description: 4 v. mounted front. 27 cm.
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