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WINSLOW M. BELL
Winslow Manly Bell Jr. (b. 1886) fought in the First World War and afterward owned a shop in Greenwich Village in the early 1920s. Either he or his father, also Winslow Manly Bell, was a collector of books and manuscripts about Bermuda.