3 edition of Centuries of cats, in art and the written word found in the catalog.
Centuries of cats, in art and the written word
Claudia de Lys
Bibliography: p. 88-91.
|Statement||by Claudia de Lys and Frances Rhudy.|
|Contributions||Rhudy, Frances, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NX650.C3 L9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||78120176|
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