'Man from the Masses' by Joseph Stamper

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1932 (printed)
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Printed book jacket for a political fiction novel entitled 'Man from the Masses' by Joseph Stamper. A man in a blue suit wearing a red and white rosette is depicted being held aloft on the shoulders of a crowd of working class men. At the front is a young lady with short hair and a hat, turning her head around to the scene behind her and smiling. On the back cover is a detailed synopsis.


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Printed book jacket
Brief Description
Book jacket for 'Man from the Masses' by Joseph Stamper, published by John Long. Great Britain, 1932.
Physical Description
Printed book jacket for a political fiction novel entitled 'Man from the Masses' by Joseph Stamper. A man in a blue suit wearing a red and white rosette is depicted being held aloft on the shoulders of a crowd of working class men. At the front is a young lady with short hair and a hat, turning her head around to the scene behind her and smiling. On the back cover is a detailed synopsis.
Dimensions
  • Height: 19cm
  • Width: 30cm
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Accession Number
E.1778-1987

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