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Titel: 5 autograph letters signed ("JBreuer").
Verlag: Meran, Vienna and n. p., 1912 to 1919.
(Oblong) 8vo. Altogether 12¾ pp. on 8 ff. (Qu.-)8vo. To some friends and to a lady, on personal matters, thanking for birthday greetings (23. I. 1912), reflecting on a mediation between two parties who were at enmity (3. V. 1912) and the wisdom of age (5. VI. 1912), writing on an election date (9. II. 1919), and about one of his colleagues (n. p. o. d.). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 30345
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