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Author Name    TRAQUAIR, Ramsay and BARBEAU, C. M.

Title   The Church of St. Francois de Sales: Island of Orleans, Quebec.

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   Montreal: McGill University Press, 1926

Seller ID   86763

McGill University Publications: Series XIII (Art and Architecture), No. 14. Black and white photographs and line drawings throughout. First edition thus (paperback). SIGNED by Ramsay Traquair on the front cover. Age toning about the cover edges, else very good in oversize stapled printed wraps. ; 16 pages

ARCHITECTURE RELIGION Canada SIGNED

Price = 45.00 USD


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