5 edition of Forty minutes with a crank; or, The Seldarte craze. found in the catalog.
|Statement||by George M. Baker.|
|Series||The globe drama|
|LC Classifications||PS1059.B22 F7 1889|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||ca 34002080|
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[George M Baker]. Get this from a library. Forty Minutes With a Crank, or, The Seldarte Craze. [George M Baker]. A slightly altered version of the author's "The Seldarte craze", published in Mode of access: Internet Topics: Delsarte system.
Publisher: Boston, W.H. Baker & : George Melville Baker. Baker, George Melville, "Forty minutes with a crank; or, The Seldarte craze. Abstract. Published in with slight changes under title: Forty minutes with a crank; or, The Seldarte of access: Internet.
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