Catalog Record: The library of the late Marsden J. Perry, Providence, Rhode Island, sold by order of Marion Lincoln Perry, Marsden J. Perry, jr., Luke Vincent Lockwood, executors of the estate, together with ... the property of a lady ... the property of a New York collector and other properties. Public sale March 11 ... and March 12 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The library of the late Marsden J. Perry, Providence, Rhode Island, sold by order of Marion Lincoln Perry, Marsden J. Perry, jr., Luke Vincent Lockwood, executors of the estate, together with ... the property of a lady ... the property of a New York collector and other properties. Public sale March 11 ... and March 12 ...

Main Author: Perry, Marsden J. 1850-1937.
Language(s): English
Published: [New York] : American art association, Anderson galleries, inc., 1936.
Subjects: Books > Prices.
Rare books > Rhode Island > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Private libraries > Rhode Island > Catalogs.
Note: 565 titles. Priced in manuscript.
"Sale no. 4240."
Physical Description: 3 p. l., 337, [1] p. incl. front. illus. (incl. facsims.) plates. 28 cm.
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