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copyright 1886; D. Lothrop and Company publishers, Boston; smaller hardbound, 236 pages plus "Classified List - Poetry" at end of book; quite good condition with unmarked pages and minimal page ageing; inscription inside front dated January 1, 1887; brown boards good with minimal wear

 

description -

"With plans and designs for work upstairs and down and entertainments for herself and friends".

From "Note -":

The volume - A Girl's Room - has been prepared, not alone to show girls how they may make their rooms cosey and attractive with only a small outlay of money and time and work, but also as a friendly sort of a book which they will keep near on shelf or table to consult when they would like something new to do and to be shown the way to do it, or when they would like a fresh diversion for a guest, or a bright game for a social evening, or a pleasant employment during a summer outing, or an occupation for a rainy day, or to make a gift for a friend.

A GIRL'S ROOM by Some Friends Of The Girls

SKU: BSshelfA
$98.95Price