Address of Hon. Norris S. Barratt at the John Chambers Memorial Church: 28th and Morris Streets, Philadelphia, Monday, June 7, 1915, Upon His Unveiling the Portrait of Rev. John Chambers, D.D., Presented to the Church as a Token of Respect to Its Founder Hon. John Wanamaker, Hugh Black, Esq. Presiding
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