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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. DEAD LETTER MAIL, SUPT. MARVIN McLEAN AND MRS. CLARA R.A. NELSON

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. DEAD LETTER MAIL, SUPT. MARVIN McLEAN AND MRS. CLARA R.A. NELSON

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01/01/1917
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Harris & Ewing, photographer
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