Stenographic Report of the Banquet and Ovation Given in Honor of Gov. Morgan G. Bulkeley, President of the Ętna Life Insurance Company by the Illinois Managers, Monday, June 13th, 1892, Chicago, Ill

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Knight, Leonard & Company, Printers, 1892 - 111 pages
 

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