Copy (handwritten) of Tennyson Poems
Scope and Contents
Copy of poems written by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, taken from the London (Edward Moxon) edition and transcribed by an unidentified person.
From the library of Charles T. Lassiter.
- Creation: 1833
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0.10 Linear Feet
92 p. : bound volume ; 26 cm.
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