Title: Egypt [Electronic Edition]

Author: Kelly, Robert Talbot, 1861-1934
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File size or extent: ca. 171 KiloBytes
Publisher: Rice University
Place of publication: Houston, Tx
Publication date: 2007
Identifier: Rice, KelPeep
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Title: Peeps at Many Lands Egypt

Author: R. Talbot Kelly
File size or extent: vii, 86 p. 12 col. plates., map. 20 cm.
Publisher: A. & C. Black
Place of publication: London
Publication date: 1910
Identifier: From the collection of Dr. Paula Sanders, Rice University.
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Series Title: (Peeps at many lands)
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Origin/composition of the text: 1910
Languages used in the text:
  • English (eng)
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Keywords: (Library of Congress Subject Headings)( Library of Congress Subject Headings )
  • Egypt--Description and travel
Revision/change: September 2007
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Egypt [Electronic Edition]


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