Catalog of Copyright Entries

25 , 1921 ; A 630428 ; F. Hebert , Custer , S. D. ( 21–20752 ) 5342 Henderson , Helen Weston , 1874 A loiterer in Paris , by Helen W. Henderson ... New York , George H. Doran company ( 1921 ) xvii p . , 1 l . , 21-578 p . incl . front .

Catalog of Copyright Entries

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