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Stories By Foreign Authors (Spanish), New York Charles Scribner's Sons

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current21:15, 26 August 2012Thumbnail for version as of 21:15, 26 August 20122,442 × 3,764, 239 pages (2.87 MB)Mpaa (talk | contribs)better version from [http://archive.org/details/storiesbyforeig00unkngoog Internet Archive]. Duplicate pages and some pages removed. One image inserted, present in [http://archive.org/stream/storiesbyforeign05sonsrich#page/n5/mode/2up Internet archive]
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