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    The Marks improved adjustable folding chair : combining a parlor, library, smoking, reclining or invalid chair, lounge, bed and child's crib.  –  Showing images 1 - 6 of 6
     
    • Title: The Marks improved adjustable folding chair : combining a parlor, library, smoking, reclining or invalid chair, lounge, bed and child's crib.
      • Author: Marks Adjustable Folding Chair Co.
      • Description: 11 p. : ill. ; 15 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: New York : The Company, [1880?]
      • Date: [1880?]
      • Call Number: Nk2715 M34
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