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The Knickerbocker; or, New-York Monthly Magazine : October, 1839

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Published by Clark and Edson, New York, 1839
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good Soft cover
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Blue paper cover, bound with string. Back cover missing. Foxing throughout. Chipping at spine. This is the October, 1839 issue of the Knickerbocker magazine, a literary periodical that ran from 1933-1865. It primarily concerned itself with the fine arts with occasional news and editorial articles. This issue includes writings by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Geoffrey Crayon, and Willis Gaylord Clark. Bookseller Inventory # 015735


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Title: The Knickerbocker; or, New-York Monthly ...

Publisher: Clark and Edson, New York

Publication Date: 1839

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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