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[Jackie Onassis, John F. Kennedy Jr., the Gotham Book Mart and scrimshaw.]

Author: Liz Smith; Andreas Brown; Sluice Box Books. Palo Alto, Calif. [to] Gotham Book Mart, New York City.; Gotham Book Mart.; Caravan-Maritime Books.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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In 1972 Jackie Kennedy Onassis requested Andreas Brown of Gotham Book Mart to acquire any materials he could find on the subject of scrimshaw for her son John F. Kennedy Jr.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Named Person: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis; John F Kennedy, Jr.; Andreas Brown
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Liz Smith; Andreas Brown; Sluice Box Books. Palo Alto, Calif. [to] Gotham Book Mart, New York City.; Gotham Book Mart.; Caravan-Maritime Books.
OCLC Number: 184941085
Notes: Title devised by cataloger.
Description: 10 items.
Contents: Articles: What Liz knowz Liz tellz / by Liz Smith --
What the stars are buying : the collectors --
Fairhaven Book Shop [in list from A[merican]B[ookman], July 3-10, 1972, p. 55] --
Letters (in typescript): Andreas Brown to Caravan-Maritime Books (June 15, 1972) --
E.D. Marshall (of Sluice Box Books, Palo Alto, Calif.) to Gotham Book Mart (Oct. 19, 1972) --
Andreas Brown's manuscript notes and lists: [List of locations and phone numbers (3 sheets stapled together)] --
[Notes (two scrap sheets)] --
[List of titles (pad of paper (6 written sheets, 1 blank))] --
[List of titles (1 typed sheet)].

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In 1972 Jackie Kennedy Onassis requested Andreas Brown of Gotham Book Mart to acquire any materials he could find on the subject of scrimshaw for her son John F. Kennedy Jr.

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