2 edition of Life and letters in France found in the catalog.
Life and letters in France
A. W. Raitt
Includes bibliographical notes and index.
|Series||Life and letters in France -- vol.3|
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New York, Scribner [©] (OCoLC) The text is accompanied by black-and-white photographs taken by Paul Child, and research for the book was partially done using family letters, datebooks, photographs, sketches, poems and cards.
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