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Cape Cod Lyars' Handbook

Cape Cod Lyars' Handbook
Cape Cod Lyars' Handbook or The Snow Job by George Washington Snow (teller of tall tales extraordinaire, volunteer fireman, "human being" and self-proclaimed author, lecturer, tiger trainer, fisherman, farmer, hunter, world traveler and musician) of Shankpainter Pond, Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA. A collection of very tall tales written by a native Cape Codder. Preface by Harry Kemp, Provincetown's Poet of the Dunes, a long-time friend of the author. First printing July 1951. Loaned to the Provincetown History Project by Lauren Richmond from the collection of Lawrence Richmond
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