Hughes, Therle; Country Life Limited. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date: June 1977.
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Therle Hughes’s most popular book is Collector's Pocket Book. Showing 15 distinct works. Collector's Pocket Book by. G. Bernard Hughes, Therle Hughes (Illustrator).
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Authors: Therle Hughes. Pocket Book of Furniture. Many of the books in our Antiquarian Rare Collectable category have been photographed by our team. Condition: Used; Good
Authors: Therle Hughes. Condition: Used; Good. Pocket Book of Furniture by Therle Hughes (Hardback, 1968). Pre-owned: lowest price.
The Pocket Book of Furniture Hughes Hardcover Used - Good. THE COMPLETE BOOK OF FURNITURE RESTORATION by TRISTAN SALAZAR hc/dj. 1961 Russian Book Soviet Design Style Interior Furniture Porcelain Decor USSR. The Book of Furniture Making Martensson, Alf Hardcover.
However, this book contains nearly a dozen varieties of "Azeztulite" among its contents, as well as a rather involved . As a result, much of this book seems more part of a marketing strategy than a reliable resource.
However, this book contains nearly a dozen varieties of "Azeztulite" among its contents, as well as a rather involved appendix relating their "discovery". Apparently, their existence was disclosed to the author by celestial beings a decade or so ago, and "new" sources and varieties have regularly been "revealed" since then.
The Pocket Book of Boners is a book illustrated by Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss), originally published as four separate books in 1931–32 by The Viking Press. In 1941, Readers' League of America compiled these four books and published the Pocket Book of Boners. It was one of the bestselling paperback books of World War II, with . 4 million copies in print by 1945. At the time of its writing, the term "boner" was commonly used to mean a silly mistake, without any sexual connotation.