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Author: Hartford Post
Title: Hartford in 1912 : story of the capitol city, present and prospective ..
Publisher: Hartford : The Hartford Post
Subject (keywords, tags): Hartford (Conn.) -- History
Contributor: University of Connecticut Libraries
Size: 266 kb
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