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Listing: 100 Great Lives by John Allen. First Edition copy 1944


100 Great Lives, edited by John Allen. 1944 original first edition. Hard cover in great condition for it's age. Minor handwriting on inside cover from original owner in 1944. Book measures 5 1/2" x 8 1/4" x 2 1/8". 790 pages. Definitely a one of a kind original addition for all book collectors!

West Madison pick up. 

Revealing Biographies of Scientists and Inventors, Leaders and Reformers, Writers and Poets, Artists and Musicians, Discoverers and Explorers, Soldiers and Statesman, Great Women.

Edited by John Allen

The Journal of Living Publishing Corp. New York

Copyright 1944

"...Here for the first time in one book, are one hundred intimate, revealing and inspiring biographies of great men and women who have, to a greater or lesser degree, influenced all of mankind's thoughts, deeds and ambitions. Here you will enjoy true life stories packed with more excitement, drama and downright thrilling action than the finest romantic novel you have ever read..."

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