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Author: Henry Severance
Title: Where e'er I roam, what e'er I see, my heart, Chautauqua, turns to thee
Publisher: Buffalo, N.Y., Art printing works of Matthews, Northrup & co.
Contributor: The Library of Congress
Size: 22 kb
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