Object Details

Category
Books
Related period
First World War (content), First World War (content)
Creator
Lavery, Felix (Author)
Irish Heroes In The War (Author)
Everett (Publisher)
Production date
1917
Place made
London
Materials

Textblock: paper

Covering: textile

Covers: board

Dimensions

whole: Depth 57 mm, Height 233 mm, Width 153 mm

Catalogue number
LBY 88 / 273

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