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John and Betty"s Irish history visit

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Lothrop, Lee & Shepard co. , Boston
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Statementby Margaret Williamson ... illustrated from photographs.
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LC ClassificationsPZ9.W67 Jo
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Pagination12 p., 1 l., 13-284 p.
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Open LibraryOL6565917M
LC Control Number14006288
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