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Author: William Cornelius Reichel
Title: A history of the rise, progress, and present condition of the Bethlehem Female Seminary, with a catalogue of its pupils, 1785-1858 [microform]
Publisher: Philadelphia : Lippincott
Subject (keywords, tags): Moravian Seminary and College for Women (Bethlehem, Pa.)

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