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Newspaper article entitled THE PLAN OF THE MENNONITES , published in the MANITOBA FREE PRESS, May 18, 1920
“The Plea of the Mennonites”, Manitoba Free Press, May 18, 1920.
Source: Manitoba free press [microform]
«The Plea of the Mennonites». -- Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago Libraries, Dept. of Photographic Reproduction, [19--]. -- (May 18, 1920). -- 199 microfilm reels : ill. ; 35 mm. -- ISSN 0837-3604. -- P. 15
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