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Medals of C.S. Titus national elite single sculls champion, 1902 & 1906

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Published by J. Titus in [Cornwall, Conn .
Written in English



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Companion vol. to: C.S. Titus: national elite single sculls champion, 1902 & 1906.

Statementedited & compiled in 1998 by Joan Titus ; medal photographs by Sari Goodfriend.
ContributionsTitus, Joan.
LC ClassificationsGV790.92.T57 M43 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL65713M
LC Control Number99163455

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