On the threshold by Louis FrГ©chette

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Published by Printed for John N. Mappin by William Poole at the Poole Hall Press, Grimsby, Ontario in Montreal .

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Statementby Louis Frechette ; with an introduction by John N. Mappin.
ContributionsMappin, John., Mappin, John, (autograph), Pratt, Mildred Claire, 1921- (association), Poole Hall Press,
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Pagination[20] p. ;
Number of Pages20
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Open LibraryOL15476622M

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