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The Story Teller, 1944

Ausland Interiors

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The Story Teller, 1944

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; minor spotting and wear to spine

Materials:

paper

Size:

5.75" L x 1.5" W x 8.25" H

Color/Finish:

yellow/orange

Why We Love This

The Story Teller, a children's book. The Young Folks Library. Chicago: Auxiliary Education League, 1944. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Cover and pages are in excellent condition.
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Why We Love This

The Story Teller, a children's book. The Young Folks Library. Chicago: Auxiliary Education League, 1944. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Cover and pages are in excellent condition.

About Ausland Interiors

Interior designer Ashley Ausland has brought her love for vintage treasure hunting to One Kings Lane. The carefully curated collection reflects her passion for restoring new life to forgotten pieces. She believes that blending new pieces with old will encourage a unique, timeless feel.