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I've Been to London

Bailey, Temple

Editore: Grosset & Dunlap, 1937
Condizione: Near Fine Rilegato
Da Rare Reads (Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.)

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No dust jacket. Cover has some minor soiling. Writing on front end page; pages very clean otherwise. Near Fine condition. Codice inventario libreria rh1398

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Titolo: I've Been to London

Casa editrice: Grosset & Dunlap

Data di pubblicazione: 1937

Legatura: Hardcover

Condizione libro:Near Fine

Condizione sovraccoperta: No Jacket

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Rare Reads formerly operated a storefront in The Lakewood Antiques Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia but reverted to a strictly online operation when the Gallery closed. In 2006, Rare Reads published "The Heeey Baby Days of Beach Music" which received a bronze medal from The Independent Publishers Association. Long sold out, copies of the 13 pound tribute to the musicians who created the unique R&B genre are occasionally available on ABE. The book was a collaborative effort of Rare Reads and many others including the musicians that created the sound Southerns term "Beach Music." Rare Reads is considering future publications in addition to expanding its online enterprise. Rare Reads is operated by Greg Haynes and son Reid Haynes and has warehouses in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia.

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