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'The Rocket Book' by  Peter Newell. Published 1912 byHarper & Brothers, New York.

Description: The upward progress of a rocket, lit in the basement by the janitor’s son, causes some strange situations as it passes through 20 floors of apartments!

See the complete book here.

1 year ago

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