California Judges [graphic - album]: Photographs from the Papers of J. Edward Johnson, 19--


California Judges [graphic - album]: Photographs from the Papers of J. Edward Johnson, 19--

California Judges [graphic - album]: Photographs from the Papers of J. Edward Johnson, 19--

Justices of the Supreme Court of California (album of 53 photographic prints)

Number of items: 1 album (53 items)


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