In the Matter of the Public Building at Worcester, Mass: Argument and Evidence for the Petitioners, Before the Senate Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, on the Petition to Congress Asking that the Secretary of the Treasury be Authorized to Reconsider the Site, May 15, 1890

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C. Hamilton, 1890 - Post office buildings - 24 pages
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