Report of the Board of Managers of the Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, Penna., To the Contributors at their Annual Meeting, held January 4th, 1887, Together with an Abstract of the Cases, and Accounts of the Treasurer and the Superintendent. Includes listings of Railroad, Machine Shop and Factory accidents.
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