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1863-1913 The Golden Jubilee of the First Church of Oak Park

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Published by The Church, Oak Park, Illinois, 1913
Used Condition Good Paperback
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Blue printed wrapper, some old faded pencil jottings on the wrapper, 6 x 9, 61 clean pp. Historical Addresses at the Semi-Centennial of the First Congregational Church, February 16-23, 1913. Bookseller Inventory # 740


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Title: 1863-1913 The Golden Jubilee of the First ...

Publisher: The Church, Oak Park, Illinois

Publication Date: 1913

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1st.

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