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The New York red book.

Previous Title: Red book (Albany, N.Y.)
Language(s): English
Published: Albany, N.Y. : Williams Press,
Subjects: New York (State) > Biography.
New York (State) > Politics and government.
New York (State) > Registers.
Note: STAMP: Compliments Mon Edward J Coughlin, Senator 6th District.
CONDITION: Fair - cover tearing.
FMCA accession no.13.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: Presented by: Hon Edward J coughlin New York State Senator Albany New york FC Ack: 1-31-45.
INSCRIPTION: To one of our Nations greatest patriots and a Citizen that every sincere American is proud of. I am positing that his supply of sincerity and devotion to all that is decent is appreciated by every true American Citizen on this earth. I honestly believe that every person in the service of our Country and every War Veteran would love to have the U.S.A. blessed with a few more of the type of Henry ? Ford. From Edward J. Coughlin, Senator. 12-31-44.
Library has 53rd year (1944) only.
LOCATION: Library: 6.2.
ACCESS: Must be used on site, prior notice required ; contact university archivist.
Description based on: 88th ed. (1985-1986)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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