'Liberty Let Loose' by Elizabeth Kirkby

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1931 (printed)
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Printed book jacket for 'Liberty Let Loose' by Elizabeth Kirkby, depicting a lady in a pink dress, accompanied by an older man in a tuxedo, with a group of three unusual characters beneath them. The tagline reads 'Were these the princes and princesses of her dreams?'.


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Printed book jacket
Brief Description
Book jacket for 'Liberty Let Loose' by Elizabeth Kirkby, published by Hodder & Stoughton. Great Britain, 1931.
Physical Description
Printed book jacket for 'Liberty Let Loose' by Elizabeth Kirkby, depicting a lady in a pink dress, accompanied by an older man in a tuxedo, with a group of three unusual characters beneath them. The tagline reads 'Were these the princes and princesses of her dreams?'.
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E.1713-1987

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