Edward Douglas White, chief justice of the United States by Klinkhamer, Marie Carolyn Sister

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Statementby Sister Marie Carolyn Klinkhamer.
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Paginationviii, 308 p. ;
Number of Pages308
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LC Control Number44000427

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