Unveiling of the statue of Abram S. Hewitt in the Chamber of commerce of the state of New York: May 11th, 1905. Address by Charles Stewart Smith
Press of the Chamber of Commerce, 1905 - Hewitt Statue (New York, N.Y.) - 65 pages
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