Franklin County at the beginning of the twentieth century: historical records of its development, resources, industries, institutions, and inhabitants ... Including biographical sketches of the county's foremost citizens
Sheppard & co., book and job printers, 1901 - Franklin County (Ohio) - 460 pages
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