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1890306258
Author:
Midge White
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Americas
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Warwick House Pub (2001)
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the Old South : Memories Through Letters and Images of the Deep South in the Early 1940s. Book by White, Midge. Format:Unknown Binding.

Remembering the Old South : Memories Through Letters and Images of the Deep South in the Early 1940s. Select Format: Unknown Binding. ISBN13:9781890306250. Release Date:April 2001.

White, Midge Remembering the Old South: Memories through letters and images of the deep South in the early 1940s. ISBN 13: 9781890306250. Remembering the Old South: Memories through letters and images of the deep South in the early 1940s.

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