Fanny Elssler in America: comprising seven facsimilies of rare Americana--never before offered the public--depicting her astounding conquest of America in 1840-42, a memoir, a libretto, two verses, a penny-terrible blast, letters and journal, and an early comic strip--the sad tale of her impresario's courtship
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