Animal Rights, Anti-Vivisection Lot, Eight Titles.
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Animal Rights, Anti-Vivisection Lot, Eight Titles. Including: Henry S. Salt's Animals' Rights, New York: Macmillan, 1894 (two copies); Albert Leffingwell's An Ethical Problem, London: Bell & Sons, 1914 [and] 1916 (first and second editions); Samuel McCune Lindsay's Legislation for the Protection of Animals and Children, New York: Columbia University, 1914; Frances Power Cobbe and Benjamin Bryan's Vivisection in America, London: Sonnenschein & Co., 1889; Henry S. Salt's Seventy Years Among Savages, London: Allen & Unwin, ; [and] Fourth Triennial International Congress of the World League Against Vivisection and for the Protection of Animals, London: Tamblyn, 1910, sizes vary. (8)
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