Angela M. Kinney

Angela M. Kinney is a doctoral candidate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and research associate at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection.

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Cover: The Vulgate Bible, Volume VI: The New Testament: Douay-Rheims TranslationThe Vulgate Bible, Volume VI: The New Testament: Douay-Rheims TranslationKinney, Angela M.HARDCOVER05/20/2013$35.00
Cover: The Vulgate Bible, Volume V: The Minor Prophetical Books and Maccabees: Douay-Rheims TranslationThe Vulgate Bible, Volume V: The Minor Prophetical Books and Maccabees: Douay-Rheims TranslationKinney, Angela M.HARDCOVER11/19/2012$35.00
Cover: The Vulgate Bible, Volume IV: The Major Prophetical Books: Douay-Rheims TranslationThe Vulgate Bible, Volume IV: The Major Prophetical Books: Douay-Rheims TranslationKinney, Angela M.HARDCOVER05/14/2012$35.00
Cover: The Vulgate Bible, Volume III: The Poetical Books: Douay-Rheims TranslationThe Vulgate Bible, Volume III: The Poetical Books: Douay-Rheims TranslationEdgar, SwiftHARDCOVER11/14/2011$35.00
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