4 edition of The glamour of Dublin found in the catalog.
The glamour of Dublin
Daniel Lawrence Kelleher
Previous edition: 1918. This edition has six additional chapters.
|Statement||by D. L. Kelleher.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 134p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
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Dublin: Talbot press, Pages, Illus/s. Good copy in qtr. Linen boards, with most of original d.j. (worn along top margin with some loss). The Glamour of the South.
Dublin: Talbot Press, Pp Quarter linen paper boards (spine lightly mottled) in scarce publisher's pictorial dust jacket. Jacket lightly worn contents in fine condition.
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