Mountaineering art ePub download
by Harold Raeburn
- ISBN: 1176861581
- ISBN13: 978-1176861589
- ePub: 1669 kb | FB2: 1659 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Mountaineering
- Publisher: Nabu Press (August 4, 2010)
- Pages: 378
- Rating: 4.6/5
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- Format: rtf lrf lit mobi
Mountaineering art. by. Raeburn, Harold. A short list of books" p. 262-263. Printed in Great Britain.
Mountaineering art. New York, Frederick A. Stokes company. library of congress; americana. The Library of Congress. Canon 5D. External-identifier.
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Harold Andrew Raeburn (21 July 1865 – 21 December 1926) was a Scottish mountaineer. Raeburn was born in 1865 at 12 Grange Loan, Edinburgh. His father William Raeburn, a brewer, married Jessie Ramsay in 1849
Harold Andrew Raeburn (21 July 1865 – 21 December 1926) was a Scottish mountaineer. His father William Raeburn, a brewer, married Jessie Ramsay in 1849. Harold Raeburn was their fourth son, and he grew up to enter his father's occupation as a brewer. He died in Edinburgh, on 21 December 1926, and was buried in Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh.
Mountaineering art, Author: Raeburn, Harold. Note: New York, Frederick A. Stokes company, Subject: Mountaineering.
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