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The Story of Textiles (1913)
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    Check List of New Books (6 Reviews)
    History
    1. A Short History of Spain by Henry Dwight Sedgwick
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    4. Three Master Builders and Another by Pelham H. Box
    5. The Story of Textiles by Perry Walton
    6. Released for Publication by Oscar King Davis
    The American Mercury, December 1925
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