James Edwin Campbell; in memoriam.
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Published by The F. J. Heer printing co. in Columbus, O .
Written in English


  • Campbell, James Edwin, 1843-1924.

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Edition Notes

StatementWith biographical sketch. By C. B. Galbreath. Including also tributes by the press and recent addresses by Governor Campbell.
LC ClassificationsF496 .C17
The Physical Object
Pagination[3]-103 p.
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6735751M
LC Control Number29027375

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