Letters, 1934-1935, London, Gloucestershire, Derbyshire, Bad-Nauheim, to the Ranee of Sarawak [Lady Margaret Brooke].

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Rothenstein, William, Sir, 1872-1945. Letters, 1934-1935, London, Gloucestershire, Derbyshire, Bad-Nauheim, to the Ranee of Sarawak [Lady Margaret Brooke].

Letters, 1934-1935, London, Gloucestershire, Derbyshire, Bad-Nauheim, to the Ranee of Sarawak [Lady Margaret Brooke].

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21 items (together 38 p.) ; 23 x 18 cm. and smaller.

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