James Franklin Beard

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Cover: Letters and Journals, Volume 1Letters and Journals, Volume 1Cooper, James Fenimore
Beard, James Franklin
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$142.50
Cover: Letters and Journals, Volume 2Letters and Journals, Volume 2Cooper, James Fenimore
Beard, James Franklin
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$142.50
Cover: Letters and Journals, Volume 3Letters and Journals, Volume 3Cooper, James Fenimore
Beard, James Franklin
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$142.50
Cover: Letters and Journals, Volume 4Letters and Journals, Volume 4Cooper, James Fenimore
Beard, James Franklin
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$142.50
Cover: Letters and Journals, Volume 5Letters and Journals, Volume 5Cooper, James Fenimore
Beard, James Franklin
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$142.50
Cover: Letters and Journals, Volume 6Letters and Journals, Volume 6Cooper, James Fenimore
Beard, James Franklin
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$142.50
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