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The very remarkable collection of the writings of Rudyard Kipling / made by G. M. Williamson ; and in a separate alphabet fine books consigned by Robert Carlton Brown and by other owners : to be sold... March 17, 1915... at the Anderson Galleries.

Main Author: Williamson, G. M. 1850-
Related Names: Brown, Bob 1886-1959.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Anderson Auction, 1915.
Subjects: Kipling, Rudyard, > 1865-1936
Kipling, Rudyard, > 1865-1936 > Bibliography.
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Rare books > Bibliography.
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Note: "[Sale] no. 1140."
Cover title: The very remarkable Kipling collection made by G. M. Williamson; fine books from the Library of Robert Carlton Brown and from other owners.
Physical Description: 26, [1] p. ; 23 cm.
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