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From Prof. H. B. McCollum, Sup I. City Schools, Central City, Neb.
In making a recent purchase of a cyclopedia for use in our public schools, I did a good deal of work in the way of
examining and comparing cyclopedias. In comparing Johnson's Univp.ksai. Cyclopedia with the last edition of
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Mkssks. A. J. Johnson & Company, Publishers; Huitai.o, N. Y. December 21, 188S.
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