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1901 by Kingsley-Barnes & Neuner Co. .
Written in English
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The present book is an attempt to supply in convenient and portable shape the material facts in the history of Los Angeles city. It contains nothing in the form of paid or biographical matter (strange that such a statement should be needed!), and it is offered for sale at the bookshops on its merits as a : Charles Dwight Willard.
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