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Northwest Pioneer The Story of Louis Fleischner, Apsler, Alfred
1 Apsler, Alfred Northwest Pioneer The Story of Louis Fleischner
Philadelphia, PA Jewish Publication Society 1960 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket Illustrated by Morton Garchik 
Text is clean. Cover shows minimal wear. Dust jacket shows light edgewear, front flap price clipped. States first Printing. Inked store price on front free endpaper. ; Covenant Books; Vol. 9; B&W Illustrations; 180 pages 
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The World Of Jo Davidson, Kuhn, Lois Harris
2 Kuhn, Lois Harris The World Of Jo Davidson
New York Farrar, Straus and Cudahy 1958 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket Illustrated by Leonard Everett Fisher 
Text is clean. Cover shows minimal wear. Dust jacket shows very light edgewear, front flap is price clipped. Decorated endpapers. Stated first printing. ; [Hotchkiss, American Historical Fiction and Biography for Children and Young People, (The Arts - Painting and Sculpture) , 787]; Covenant Books; Vol. 3; B&W Illustrations; 181 pages 
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Keys To A Magic Door The Life and Times of I. L. Peretz, Rothchild, Sylvia
3 Rothchild, Sylvia Keys To A Magic Door The Life and Times of I. L. Peretz
Philadelphia, PA Jewish Publication Society 1959 Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein 
Text is clean. Cover shows minimal wear. Dust jacket shows light edgewear. Blank endpapers. 1966 second printing. ; From dust jacket flap: In 1863, in the Polish town of Zamosh, eleven-year-old Isaac Leib Peretz had the reputation of being the smartest and wildest boy in town. He learned to read when he was three years old and knew more than his teachers when he was ten. His escapades, however, unnerved his parents, teachers, and friends. However the wild young genius grew up to be a great writer, teacher, lawyer, and community leader, an inspiration to his own time and to our own. ; Covenant Books; Vol. 7; B&W Illustrations; 175 pages 
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