Annual Report, Issues 36-53 (Google eBook)

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1871
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The 76th report, submitted Sept. 25, 1911, includes "The Providence Athenaeum 1753-1911," an article by J. L. Harrison reprinted from the New England magazine of Sept. and Oct. 1911.
  

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