2 edition of Woman by three. found in the catalog.
Woman by three.
|Statement||[Photos. by Joanne Leonard, Michael E. Bry, and Barbara Cannon Myers] Prose and poetry selected by Evan S. Connell, Jr.|
|Series||A Farallon book|
|Contributions||Bry, Michael E., 1924-, Myers, Barbara Cannon., Connell, Evan S., 1924- comp.|
|LC Classifications||TR681.W6 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (Chiefly illus.)|
|LC Control Number||76100009|
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