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Author Name    Life Magazine

Title   Article: "Life Goes to a Party with the Bachelors Club of St. Louis & Their Prettiest Guests"

Binding   magazine

Book Condition   Very Good with no dust jacket

Publisher    Life Magazine 1938

Inventory Number   88842

"approximately 10x14, from our extensive vintage paper collection, in mylar with stiff backing"; Illustrations; 10x14; 4 pp pages; Note: THIS IS NOT A BOOK BUT AN ARTICLE FROM AN OLD JOURNAL.

Price = 35.00 USD


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