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London Passed and Passing, A Pictorial Record of Destroyed & Threatened Buildings

By Fletcher, Hanslipus

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Title: London Passed and Passing, A Pictorial Record of Destroyed & Threatened Buildings  
Author: Fletcher, Hanslipus
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Language: English
Subject: Architecture, Architecture & urbanism, Architectural design
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1908
Publisher: London, I. Pitman

Description
An expansion of articles which appeared in volumes issued by the Victorian Acclimation Society from 1871-1878, with title: Select plants (exclusive of timber trees) readily eligible for Victorian industrial culture. This edition is especially for use in Upper India

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Open Content Alliance (OCA) ; University of Michigan

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Botany, Economic ; Plants, Cultivated

 

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