Reminiscenzen Von August Spies. Seine Rede Vor Richter Gary, Sozialpolitische Abhandlungen, Briefe, Notizen, [Etc]
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Very good- ex. Lib. Discarded by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, both free endpapers removed, remains of label on spine, small chip at head of spine. This is the German version of Spies' Autobiography, also published in Chicago. This version was published by his mother, and the English language edition was published by Nina van Zandt, his wife whom he married while in prison. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 181 pages. N° de ref. de la librería 25715
Título: Reminiscenzen Von August Spies. Seine Rede ...
Editorial: Christine Spies, Chicago
Año de publicación: 1888
Edición: First Edition; First Printing.
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