Letters : London, to J.B. Booth, 1933 Nov. 27 and 1938 Oct. 27.


Letters : London, to J.B. Booth, 1933 Nov. 27 and 1938 Oct. 27.

2 TLsS.

2 items (together 2 p.) ; 26 x 21 cm.

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