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1922 The Lights of Beacon Hill - A Christmas Message Booklet
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This item is already sold1922 The Lights of Beacon Hill - A Christmas Message Booklet
Beacon Hill   Boston   Cambridge   Massachusetts   Christmas   Holiday   Story   Poetry   Paper   Ephemera   Booklet   History   Historic
The picture shows a view of this 1922 The Lights of Beacon Hill - A Christmas Message Booklet. This is a (20) page booklet by Abbie Farwell Brown. It has a story, some poetry, and (7) nice detailed illustrations similar to the one on the cover. This booklet was from the Houghton Mifflin Company of Boston and New York and it was published in 1922 by The Riverside Press of Cambridge, Massachusetts. The booklet measures 4-1/4'' x 6''. It appears to be in very good condition with two rusted staples, a small chip on the back cover edge and a missing lower right corner of the cover as pictured.

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1922 The Lights of Beacon Hill - A Christmas Message Booklet

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