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A catalogue of the Gosse correspondence in the Brotherton Collection, consisting mainly of letters written to Sir Edmund Gosse in the period from 1867 to 1928;

Author: Brotherton Library.
Publisher: Leeds, Eng., 1950.
Series: University of Leeds.; Library publications
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Brotherton Library.
Catalogue of the Gosse correspondence in the Brotherton Collection.
Leeds, Eng., 1950
(OCoLC)561533929
Named Person: Edmund Gosse; Edmund Gosse
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brotherton Library.
OCLC Number: 6497938
Description: xiv, 80 pages portrait, facsimiles 22 cm.
Series Title: University of Leeds.; Library publications
Responsibility: with an introd. by Philip Gosse.

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