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Ballou's pictorial drawing-room companion.
Ballou's Pictorial, Boston, Saturday, December 22, 1855. Loose leaf from Vol. IX., No. 25 (Whole No. 233). The back of the leaf shows page number "386." Leaf includes an emblematical picture of the great State of Louisiana and a novel written by Austin C. Burdick "The Visconti, or, Barbarigo the Stranger, a tale of Milan during the middle ages."
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American literature -- Periodicals; American literature -- 19th century -- Periodicals; Louisiana -- History -- 18th century; Louisiana -- History -- 19th century; Novel -- 19th century; Boston (Mass.); 1691-1850
M. M. Ballou
American literature; Periodicals; 19th century; Louisiana; History; 18th century; Novel; Boston (Mass.); 1691-1850
Archival Science | History | United States History
2 pages; 40 cm.
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Ballou, Maturin Murray, 1820-1895 and Austin C. Burdick, "Ballou's pictorial Vol. IX., No. 25, December 22, 1855." (1855). African American Legacy: The Carol Mundy Collection – Text. 14.