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Dependent Baggage (Destination Germany)

Marie Di Mario Wann

Published by The MacMillan Company, New York, N. Y., 1955
Condition: Fair Hardcover
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This is a nonfiction, autobiography of a woman civilian and her husband in Germany after World War II called Dependent Baggage, destination Germany, copyright 1955, first printing, written by Marie Di Mario Wann. The book and its dust jacket are in fair condition with bumped corners and edge wear, usual library markings, yellowed marks where scotch tape held the dust jacket to the book and pages yellowing due to aging, otherwise in a new mylar, tight binding and 248 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 003479

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Title: Dependent Baggage (Destination Germany)

Publisher: The MacMillan Company, New York, N. Y.

Publication Date: 1955

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Fair

Dust Jacket Condition: Fair

Edition: First Printing.

Book Type: Ex-Library

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Money order preferred. Check must clear bank before mailing item. Standard shipping and handling $4.50 per item and $6.50 priority shipping for U.S. purchasers only. All other purchasers will be determined by weight and shipping costs to their countries. Minnesota residents must pay an additional 7.375% state sales tax. ByGone Pages, Carol Johnson, 209 south first street west, Aurora, Minnesota, 55705-1410, U.S.A., 218.229.2370,

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