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Cover: Picturing Emerson: An IconographyPicturing Emerson: An IconographyMyerson, Joel
Wilson, Leslie Perrin
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Cover: Johnson After Three Centuries: New Light on Texts and ContextsJohnson After Three Centuries: New Light on Texts and ContextsHorrocks, Thomas A.
Weinbrot, Howard D.
PAPERBACK09/12/2011$30.00
Cover: From the Great Desire of Promoting Learning: Thomas Hollis’s Gifts to the Harvard College LibraryFrom the Great Desire of Promoting Learning: Thomas Hollis’s Gifts to the Harvard College LibraryBond, William H.HARDCOVER03/31/2010$29.95
Cover: First Supplement to James E. Walsh’s Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in the Harvard University LibraryFirst Supplement to James E. Walsh’s Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in the Harvard University LibraryWhitesell, David R.HARDCOVER11/15/2006$29.95
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