Catalogue of the Library of the Late Thomas Jefferson McKee: ... to be Sold at Auction ... by John Anderson, Jr, Parts 4-6
John Anderson, Jr., 1902
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The contents are of items that went to auction in 1901.
Perhaps there are other dates. But I am looking for Thomas Jefferson and found McKee instead.1901, Not 1604 AD as currently listed by books.google.com
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