Public Ledger to its readers, 1893
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The latest news about the troops, President Harrison's day, the weather, congressional meetings, the inauguration, meetings, hospital cases, and other news.Typed; not good conditions; pages ripped and pieces of the article are missing.12 pages
Suggested CitationText: "Public Ledger to its readers, 1893", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/23471
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