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An Act of faith : a report of the Cornerstone Ceremony of the permanent headquarters of the United Nations
Bib ID 1141153
Format BookBook
Description [New York?] : Dept. of Public Information, United Nations, [1949?] 
20 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects United Nations.  |  Cornerstone laying -- New York (N.Y.)
Other authors/contributors United Nations. Department of Public Information
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