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Admirer of Art whose Name is of no Consequence to the Reader
Hawkins, Rush
Hawkins, Rush C.
Hawkins, Rush Christopher
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1831-1920
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Annmary Brown Memorial
Annmary Brown Memorial, Providence
Arthur, Edward J.
Ball, B. L. (1820-1860)
Ball, Benjamin Lincoln (1820-1860)
Bliss, Susan Dwight (18..-1966)
Burdell, John (chief of police.)
Gibbes, Robert W. (1809-1866)
Gibbes, Robert Wilson (1809-1866)
Hatch, J. L.
Pollard, Alfred W. (1859-1944)
Pollard, Alfred William
Pollard, Alfred William (1859-1944)
Sotheran, Charles (1847-1902)
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account of the assassination of loyal citizens of North Carolina ..., 1897:, An
Better than men
Catalogue of books mostly from the presses of the first printers showing the progress of printing with movable metal types through the second half of the fifteenth century
Corlears Hook in 1820, The Wagnerian cult, and Our manners
First books and printers of the fifteenth century
Horrors in architecture and so-called works of art in bronze in the city of New York, 1886:
library of General Rush C. Hawkins, of New York., The
Memoirs of the Queens of France, including a memoir of Her Majesty, the late queen of the French (Marie Amelie).
Our political degradation; being several short essays setting forth certain facts which every thoughtful citizen of the United States should know
Rights of corporators and reporters : being a report of the case of R.W. Gibbes, editor of the South Carolinian, vs. E.J. Arthur, mayor of Columbia, S.C., and John Burdell, chief of police, tried in the Court of Common Pleas for Richland District, March term, 1857, before Hon. T.J. Withers
Three days on the White Mountains; being the perilous adventure of Dr. B.L. Ball on Mount Washington, during October 25, 26, and 27, 1855.
Titles of the first books from the earliest presses established in different cities, towns, and monasteries in Europe, before the end of the fifteenth century with brief notes upon their printers, illustrated with reproductions of early types and first engravings of the printing press
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