Proceedings of the Judiciary Committee of the Assembly: In the Matter of the Investigation by the Assembly of the State of New York as to the Qualifications of Louis Waldmen, August Claessens, Samuel A. De Witt, Samuel Orr and Charles Solomon, to Retain Their Seats in Said Body, Volumen3
J.B. Lyon Company, printers, 1920
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