Warren Gamaliel Harding, President of the United States by Chancellor, William Estabrook

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Published by Sentinal [i.e. Sentinel] Press in [Dayton, Ohio] .

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  • Harding, Warren G. 1865-1923.

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Statementa review of facts collected from anthropological, historical, and political researches.
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LC ClassificationsE786 .C43
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Pagination267 p.
Number of Pages267
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Open LibraryOL5114579M
LC Control Number74187371

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