Gazetteer & Business Directory of Madison County, NY for 1868-9
by CHILD, Hamilton
- Hinges cracked but holding, owner's name on front pastedown, some wear to extremities and a few stains to cloth
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- Gazetteer & Business Directory of Madison County, NY for 1868-9
- CHILD, Hamilton
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- Used - Hinges cracked but holding, owner's name on front pastedown, some wear to extremities and a few stains to cloth
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- The Journal Office
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- Syracuse, NY
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- Americana; New York;
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