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  • Thomas Hardy 1840–1928: Catalogue of a Memorial Exhibition of First Editions, Autograph Letters and Manuscripts
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  • Florentine Merchants in the Age of the Medici: Letters and Documents from the Selfridge Collection of Medici Manuscripts
  • The Travels of Marco Polo, The Marsden Translation Revised and Edited with an Introduction
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  • A Picture of America: The Photostory of America—As It Is—And As It Might Be Told by The News Camera
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