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Hamilton Club of Chicago -- author
Summary: Book was created by the Hamilton Club of Chicago in 1923 following the death of President Warren G. Harding. The seven-page book is printed on heavy white paper and bound in black leather. IN MEMORIAM appears on the cover. The edges of the pages are gilded. A. B. Garman of Chicago printed the book. Signatures in the book include: E. A. Boermer, president; Chas. G. Blake, James Edgar Brown and Walter G. Weil, vice-presidents; H. L. Schmitz, treasurer; Charles E. Shearman, secretary; nine directors and seventeen members of the Political Action Committee. The book is in a gray colored cloth case that ties at the side with a ribbon. -- Color: Black, gold, gray, white -- Item Count: 2 items -- Dimensions: 30 cm long, 25.5 cm wide, 2.5 cm deep
books, cloth, leather, paper (fiber product), Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
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