Creator Field, Eugene, Language eng. Publication New York, Scribner, Extent xxi, pages.
Note At head of title : The writings in prose and verse of Eugene Field. Other physical details illustrations Specific material designation remote. Subject Short stories, American Member of Works.
The Holy Cross and Other Tales by Eugene Field
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