7 edition of Report of the commissioners to the exposition at Vienna, February 1874. found in the catalog.
|Series||[Documents / Massachusetts, General Court, House] ;, no. 100, House documents (Massachusetts. General Court (1874). House of Representatives) ;, 100.|
|Contributions||Adams, Charles Francis, 1835-1915., Massachusetts. General Court House of Representatives.|
|LC Classifications||T960.G2 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||05042625|
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General Court. House of Representatives.]. Report of the commissioners to the exposition at Vienna, February At head of title: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Reports of Charles Francis Adams, Jr. [et al.] Also available in digital form. Contributor: Massachusetts.
Commission to the Vienna Exposition - Adams, Charles Francis - Massachusetts. General Court. Analysis of the evidence and reports, on the Vienna scandal. Contributor Names Van Buren, Thomas Brodhead, [from old catalog] Created / Published Hackensack, N.J., Republican steam book and job print, Full text of "Reports of the Massachusetts commissioners to the exposition at Vienna, With special reports prepared for the Commission" See other formats.
Full text of "A special report on the annual international exhibitions of the years,and " See other formats. Lot # 5 - Book, "Commonwealth of Massachusetts Report of the Commissioners to the Exposition at Vienna.", dated "February " This softbound book contains 91 pages that include the reports of the 3 commissions along with tables of the exhibits.
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