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Edward F. Strange • 7 Books
The Color-Prints of Hiroshige (1927)
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    Notes On New Books (5 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. The Color-Prints of Hiroshige by Edward F. Strange and Hiroshige
    2. The Romance of the Rails by Agnes C. Laut
    3. Marlowe and His Circle by Frederick S. Boas
    4. Witches Still Live by Theda Kenyon
    5. The Spy by James Fenimore Cooper
    The Bookman, December 1929
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    The New Books (9 Reviews)
    The Color-Prints of Hiroshige, by Edward F. Strange and Hiroshige
    1. The Color-Prints of Hiroshige by Edward F. Strange and Hiroshige
    2. My Life and Times by Jerome K. Jerome
    3. New Schools in the Old World by Carleton Washburne
    4. The Man Who Cannot Die by Thames Williamson
    5. Half a Sovereign by Ian Hay
    6. Colonial Furniture in America by Luke Vincent Lockwood
    7. Human Experience by R.B. Haldane
    8. The Economic Background of the Gospels by Frederick C. Grant
    9. An Outline Introduction to the History of Religions by Theodore Henry Robinson
    The Saturday Review, January 15, 1927, p. 519