Sir Knight William McKinley: an address, delivered at the Knights templar service commemorating the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of the United States of America. Under the auspices of Cincinnati commandery no. 3, Knights templar, January 29, 1943
Cincinnati commandery no. 3, Knights templar, 1943 - Biography & Autobiography - 43 pages
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