1 edition of Sunday Examiner magazine, San Francisco, January 15, 1899. found in the catalog.
Sunday Examiner magazine, San Francisco, January 15, 1899.
|Other titles||Examiner (San Francisco, Calif. : 1889)|
|Contributions||Auflander, Dr., associated name.|
|LC Classifications||F869.S35 S86 1899a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||2008570863|
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