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The Limeratomy : a Compendium of Universal Knowledge for the More Perfect Understanding of the Human Machine

Euwer, Anthony

Published by James B. Pond, New York, 1917
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good Hardcover
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Publisher's brown cloth binding with gilt lettering and illustration on front, some chipping on top and base of spine. 96 pages, black and white illustrations throughout. Anthony Euwer (1877-1955) was an American poet and painter best known for his limericks. This is a collection of limericks based on parts of the human body. Bookseller Inventory # 15297

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Title: The Limeratomy : a Compendium of Universal ...

Publisher: James B. Pond, New York

Publication Date: 1917

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Euwer, Anthony

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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