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Life and public services of Grover Cleveland, twenty-second president of the United States and Democratic nominee for re-election, 1888. An introductory sketch by the late Wm. Dorsheimer, enlarged and continued through the present administration to the date of publication. Together with a sketch of the life and public services of Allen G. Thurman, ex-United States senator from Ohio and Democratic nominee for vice-president. An account of the Democratic national convention, St. Louis, 1888; statement of Democratic principles, and a handbook of useful political information. Preview this item
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Life and public services of Grover Cleveland, twenty-second president of the United States and Democratic nominee for re-election, 1888. An introductory sketch by the late Wm. Dorsheimer, enlarged and continued through the present administration to the date of publication. Together with a sketch of the life and public services of Allen G. Thurman, ex-United States senator from Ohio and Democratic nominee for vice-president. An account of the Democratic national convention, St. Louis, 1888; statement of Democratic principles, and a handbook of useful political information.

Author: W U Hensel; William Dorsheimer; George F Parker
Publisher: Philadelphia, Chicago Hubbard brothers; Boston, Guernsey Pub. Co.; [etc.], [©1888]
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Hensel, W.U. (William Uhler), 1851-1915.
Life and public services of Grover Cleveland.
Philadelphia, Chicago [etc.] Hubbard brothers; Boston, Guernsey Pub. Co.; [etc., ©1888]
(OCoLC)729123902
Named Person: Grover Cleveland; Allen Granbery Thurman; Grover Cleveland; Allen Granbery Thurman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W U Hensel; William Dorsheimer; George F Parker
OCLC Number: 2126408
Notes: Campaign biographies.
The R. Theodore Bixlers' Collection of Lancaster Authors.
Description: iv, vii-xii, xv-xvi pages, 1 leaf, 21-588 pages including plates, portraits, frontispiece 20 cm
Responsibility: By W.U. Hensel, assisted by Geo. F. Parker ...

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