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    L. Frank Baum "The Songs of Father Goose", Signed (George M. Hill, 1900). Published around the midpoint of Baum's career as a children's author, The Songs of Father Goose was released in 1900 -- the same year as his classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz -- and both were published by Hill. Father Goose contains 84 pages, illustrated throughout by W. W. Denslow, with music by Alberta N. Hall, illustrated boards, and a cloth spine. This first edition copy is in Good condition with some soiling to the boards and bumping to the corners, some paper loss to the corners and edges, and an inscription and signature in pencil to the first free endpaper. The front hinge has begun to separate from the contents, otherwise it is a sound copy. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    August, 2007
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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