Falmouth on Cape Cod; Picturesque A booklet of 48 pages, size 8" x 11"; "Falmouth on Cape Cod; Picturesque Romantic History
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DescriptionA booklet of 48 pages, size 8" x 11"; "Falmouth on Cape Cod; Picturesque Romantic History" by the Walton Staff; publ. by Perry Walton, Boston, Mass., 1925; illustrated. Inside cover and of flyleaf are some clippings from newspapers.
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