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English: A bound volume of addresses given at, and other information relevant to, a meeting in New York City in memory of the life of Carl Schurz.
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Source https://archive.org/details/addmemcarlschurz00newyrich
Author New York Committee of the Carl Schurz Memorial
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Addresses given at, and other information relevant to, a 21 November 1906 meeting in New York City in memory of Carl Schurz.

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