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Little journeys to the homes of great reformers /
by Elbert Hubbard

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Main Author: Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915
Related Names: Dickens, Charles 1812-1870., Howe, E. W. 1853-1937.
Language(s): English
Published: East Aurora, N.Y. : The Roycrofters, 1907
Subjects: Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, > Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, / 1712-1778
Hutchinson, Anne, > Hutchinson, Anne, / 1591-1643
Cromwell, Oliver, > Cromwell, Oliver, / 1599-1658
Parker, Theodore, > Parker, Theodore, / 1810-1860
Bradlaugh, Charles, > Bradlaugh, Charles, / 1833-1891
Bright, John, > Bright, John, / 1811-1889
Knox, John, > Knox, John, / approximately 1514-1572
Paine, Thomas, > Paine, Thomas, / 1737-1809
Cobden, Richard, > Cobden, Richard, / 1804-1865
Garibaldi, Giuseppe, > Garibaldi, Giuseppe, / 1807-1882
George, Henry, > George, Henry, / 1839-1897
Wesley, John, > Wesley, John, / 1703-1791
Social reformers > Social reformers / Biography
Reformers > Reformers / Biography
Note: Issue 20:5 includes a reprint of remarks by "Ed Howe in 'Atchison (Kansas) Daily Globe' of March 4, 1907" titled "Two rougues in Buckram relieve their minds" on rear advertising leaves (i.e. p. i-iv); issue 21:4 includes a reprint of the essay "The reign of Charles II" by Charles Dickens on rear advertising leaves (i.e. p. i-vii)
Orange and black initial capitals throughout
Each issue has one plate with portrait of subject laid in
Issued monthly by number in paper covers
Physical Description: 2 volumes [i.e. 12 nos.] : portraits ; 22 cm
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