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Greely, A. W. Report of the Chief Signal-Officer for 1887. Washington: Government Printing-Office. Pp. 892.
Gumey Hot-Water Heater Calendar for 1889.
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Illinois State University, Agricultural Experiment Station. First Annual Report. Pp. 15.
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Ives, Frederic E. A New Principle in Heliochromy. Philadelphia. Pp. 13.
James, Prof. Joseph F. Distribution of Vernonia in the United States. Pp. 5.
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Kibler, Edward. The Universality of Two Temperaments. Pp. 8.
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Kreider, George N., M. D., Springfield, Ill. How Micro-Organisms enter the Body. Pp. 8.
Lake Forest University Catalogue, 1888-'89. Pp. 132.
Lewis, T. H. Effigy Mounds in Northern Illinois. Pp. 3.
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