Birthplace of A.B.A. marked in ceremony

July 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Jul78, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p960
Academic Journal
Reports on the dedication of the town hall of Saratoga Springs, New York as the birthplace of the American Bar Association (ABA). History of the ABA.


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